The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00721
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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 10, 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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.i ; Junior Class PlayIs New School

. ,. ;Bitting ChallengesRight Huge SuccessThe Type Building

Is Planned For ClewistonPahokee

of Secretary i Junior Class of Clewiston ,

High School presented, to a large
and appreciative audience Monday

" night the musical comedy produc- English Class CONSTRUCTION PLANNED, IMMEDIATELY -

To Limit Crop tion "Sweethearts on Parade" and AFTER $33OOO
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cleared more than forty dollars for To Visit Sugar House BONDS SOLD

use on festivities at the close of
i school. Miss Mildred Pike, a pro- I The board of public instruction,

.1 Louisiana And Florida Town Team Tramples I fessional play director, was In 52 pupils from an English classof after working for several months ,
on' a way to effect construction of
charge of the production which hada the Pahokee High School were

j: Battle for More SugarAllotments Belle Glade Tuesday cast of more than one hundred brought to Clewiston this after- the Clewiston new high with school the $33,000 building bond for
:; students of the Clewiston school.
noon by their instructor, Mrs. J. E.
money available and to no avail, decided
:1 The opening scene was a clever Beardsley of Clewiston, for a visit.to -
.1 i at their regular monthly meet-
musical number in bachelor'sflower
The a the house of the United
town basketball team was in sugar
' garden with a ,bevy of girlsin States Sugar, Corporation.More ing Tuesday afternoon, on the mo-
good form Tuesday night when '
}. they tion of C. E. Miner, Clewiston member -
At the hearing in Mobile yesterday met the Belle Glade team and won a flower ensemble as daisies. J. than an hour was given to of the board
change the design -
f held by the Department of an easy victory by a score of 41-29., D. Hooker was the blackeyedsusan the class on the tour of the sugarhouse of the building to
< a simpler-
4 Agriculture to determine quotas for Logan, Clewiston forward, was and Katherine Graham, the and a special guide detailed type than the one first planned
, the mainland cane producing soloist. Thomas Waldron was mas- to them to explain in detail
sugar .
:( high point scorer with 13 and Bell, every whieh ,could be built with the
'! areas, namely Florida and Louisiana center, was close behind with twelve ter of ceremonies.The step in the manufacture of raw available and to make plans money for"start a

, I: Clarence R. Bitting, president points. Scarborough ,and Tillery second scene was ,in the sugar. At the close of the tour of construction in tho

'j of the United States Sugar tied for Belle Glade with nine points bachelor's living room where a each pupil was presented with a near future. very

'l Corporation of Clewiston challenged each. group of friends were present to number of descriptive booklets and

,; the right of Secretary of Agriculture Line-ups: Belle Glade: Scar- entertain him. The fan dance, pre- pamphlets which will enable themto The Clewiston school district

Wallace to restrict sugar borough and Tillery, forwards; Bow- sented by six boys with underwear get 'an even more comprehensive voted a bond issue of $33,000 for

/ production and the validity: of the man, center; Tillery and Wilson, tights and palmetto fans gave the idea of the scope of sugar growing construction of the new building

1937 sugar control act. guards. Wilson, Harper and Mc- audience a great laugh. and manufacture in the 'Glades. several months ago but this amountwas
The third the bach- not enough to build the school
scene was
. Mr. Bitting attacked the govern- Free substituted.. Clewiston: Logan -
elor's dream and of of which was designed at that time by
ment "formula" for the distribu- and Palmer, forwards; Bell, groups Wallaces Entertain
L. Phillip Clarke, West Palm Beach
every kind came to entertain with
allotments 'valueless" center and Palmer
tion of sugar as ; Tillery guards.
architect. It was hoped that ,
various skits.
: and threatened to take the At
Kiwanis Meeting PWLA.! loan could be secured for the
The last scene was the weddingscene
,: federal courts fora
: matter into the Junior Teams
I High and Florence Graham was work but when it seemed this plan
decision. -
Approximately 125 Louisiana and selected by popular vote each Mr. and Mrs. G. O. Wallace and would go through the PWA announced -

Florida sugar cane growers and Play First Games ticket carrying the same number son, of Okeechobee, but well knownin that there would be no

processors were present with de- of votes as -it cost in cents, as the Clewiston where, they formerly money available. Since then the

partment of agriculture' representatives The recently organized junior I bride and received a diamond din- resided while Mr. Wallace was project has been dormant, for the

when ,Mr. Bitting began his high teams, both boys and girls, ner ring. Christine Bell, runnerupin working on engineering projects in board feared that the validation of

I i testimony and he led the fight on a played their first games at Canal the contest was also presented this vicinity for the U. S. Engineers, more bonds would be almost im:

-< proposal offered by Chester E. Point Thursday and divided games with a prize. entertained Kiwanians Wednesday possible and would require at least

i The songs, comic skits and instrumental night with musical numbers and another year's delay.
I Davis, representing the sugar division with the Canal Point Juniors, the I
of the department of agri- boys winning 10-8 and the girls los- musical numbers were Mrs. Wallace, gave a talk which was Mr. Miner states that the build-

-- culture relative to the allotment of ing 14-7. The Canal Point' girls greatly enjoyed by the audience much enjoyed.Mrs. ing now roughly planned and which

quotas to individual mills. have not /jt lost a game and the who complimented the group highlyon ., Wallace's talk was concerned Mr. Clarke will be asked to design

Assailing the validity of "his- showing made by th-e' local girls having worked the entertain- with the activities of the Civitan will be approximately' 40 feet by 90

' torical precedent" as a basis for against them is considered very ment into such fine shape' in so Club in Okeechobee and its accomp- feet and will be two-stories in ,
I The lower floor will have
reaching sugar allotments, Mr. Bit- good. Kathleen Chapman scoredall short a time.COUNTY. lishments for the community. She height.

'! ting refused to present his alternative seven points for the.local team.In --,-' -.... explained-that -the county was very four classrooms, restrooms,. ,library:.
and office and the floor will
: proposition after several polite- the boys game a tightly con- poor and that most of the projectsfor upper
! tested affair, Carol Redish was civic improvements were be devoted entirely to an auditor-
(Continued on page eight) spon-
BOARD It will be built of ,
L fr: high point scorer with four. Paul sored by the Civitan Club. She ium. probably

t .j k f Fort Myers Fair Slonaker added three and Carlton enumerated many of -the projects white brick similar to that used in
Clewiston Inn when it is
the and
: Prevatt two.Monday AUTHORIZES NEW which had been sponsored and pushed -
.' it is to the ,
J Opens Feb. 21 afternoon the teams will to completion by the very active completed planned
.1 play the Pahokee juniors on the local club which has twenty to twenty- ( on Page 8)

.1i i court and the Pahokee boys have HARLEM ROADThe seven members present at the meet-

i The twenty-first annual South- not been defeated yet this season. ings held each Thursday night. Ministerial AssociationTo

: west Florida Fair will open on An interesting game is assured. Projects which the club are spon-

.j Tuesday, February 21, and continue Games have been matched with Board of County' Commis- soring at this time are a branch Meet in Canal Point

through the remainder of that week, Canal Point,. Pahokee, South Bay sioners at their regular meeting on bank for the community as a med-

y, closing on Saturday'- night at Fort and Belle Glade. Monday authorized the constructionof ium of exchange and an emergency .

Myers. I a new county road to be startedat hospital. Their annual farmers' The Everglades Ministerial As-

Many interesting exhibits are F. D. Duff To Head once running from the sugar picnic, she said, was one of the sociation will meet Monday in Canal

planned and fair officials are con house highway west to the county leading community events of the Point with Rev. Slawson, pastor of

fident that it will be the greatest Jackson Day Program colored cemetery. The road will follow year. the Community Methodist church

\ show ever held. Featured exhibit the canal and will run 'along Following her talk the family there as host pastor.

"\ will be the livestock and various I the north edge of ,Harlem. trio, Mrs. Wallace playing the ac- Rev. Chas.; M. Brewer, Moore

,' 4 breeds and cross-breeds will be I Appointment of F. Deane Duff as Preparations were begun yesterday cordian, Mr. Wallace the cello and Haven Baptist pastor, will have

( shown which are now being raised the chairman for Hendry County for for immediate construction.The "Punky" the guitar, played several charge of the devotional services and

"" in the south Florida area. Most of the Jackson Day' Celebrations to be base for the road, according to numbers, both popular and classical Rev. Gus Klein of Memphis, Tenn.,

the blooded stock will come from I staged in Florida, on' February 18 Chairman Dave Alston of ,the board : for the entertainment of the Kiwan- will be the principal speaker. Luncheon -

the herds of Henry Partin of Kis- has been announced by 'Herbert E. of county commissioners, will be of : ians and following the meeting they will be served by the ladies of

simmee and are the same as exhibited Wolfe of St. Augustine, State Chair- native material and will be finished continued to play for, some time the Canal Point church. '

at the Tampa Fair. The Boardof man of the Committee appointed by with a macadam surface similarto while the members joined in singing All preachers, ministers and pastors -

Conservation will have a marvelous Governor Fred P. Cone Senator old favorites.S. invited to be
that used on state roads in the I I are cordially pres-
display of mounted fish and Charles O. Andrews and Senator area. A. Hamm, of Bangor, Pa., wasa ent at the, services which begin at

game and the poultry departmentwill Claude Pepper ,to handle the plans. Future for visiting Kiwanian and gave a 1:00, a. m.Sugar '
are a two-way
contain over 600 birds including The observance of the day was brief but interesting talk regardingthe

", waterfowl, turkeys and pea- postponed until February 18 in highway with a beautified parkway accomplishments of his home
in the center the road
: and now to Plans
cocks. Live specimens of native order that there might. be no con- club. An accomplished bass singer, Company
be built will be
constructed with
,.I animals and game will be on ex flict with other events in Florida, "he added much to the group sing-
this in view. It will be about a SoilsThe
hibit. The United States Sugar it was explained by Chairman Duff. ing at the close of the meeting. Aeration Of
mile in
Corporation will also have their Through the funds raised the length. Prof. B. E. Herring, secretary of

own exhibit this year. Several com- Democratic Party's efforts will be The colored burial ground has the club, passed out sigars to the

munity exhibits as well as county financed, 25 per cent of the amount been named the Booker T. Wash- club members in honor of his new United States Sugar Cor-

exhibits from counties in the area being allocated for the exclusiveuse ington cemetery and already more son born that morning. poration began irrigation tests this

- are being planned. of the State Democratic Executive than forty burials have been made week to determine whether constant -

Children's Day will be held on Committee to be expended for there from all over the county. Tigers Defeated 23-19 circulation and aeration of
; is advantageous
ditches -
the first day of the fair and chil- the benefit of Florida party leaders, The United States Sugar Corporation water in drainage adjacent

dren will be admitted free on that it was explained. $30,000 is the has been responsible for beautification By Alva Here Friday to crops grown on '

day. Special rates will also be Florida goal in the National drive. of the plot and for the fields.

'f given rides and shows on the mId- Contributors will be privileged to placing of marble grave markersat The corporation has convertedthe
each plot. Clewiston's Tigers lost a close de- asparagus farm east of South
way. attend
any of the 12 celebrationsto
An, interesting feature this yearis The road cision to the strong Alva boys team Bay into the experimental field
be staged. The sites of the par- runs to Harlem,
: on the local court last Friday night and has yifitalled a Couch pump,
an experiment on the midway
ties will be: Tampa, St. Petersburg, Is considered the third most traveled -
the nip and tuck battle ending with i connecting bulkheads, adjacent to
where fair officials have ruled that
and Lakeland in the First Congres- road in the county. It has had
Alva on the long end of a 23-19 I the highway, and has changed mole
no show bordering on the obscene little
sional District; Jacksonville, and improvement in the past and at
The Tigerettes had a bad drains so that alternate
may show and that no trick gamb- Lake City in the Second District; becomes at times very rough and score.
ling devices be set to swin- night and were badly beaten by the eighth-mile intervals cut the
may up Tallahassee, Pensacola and Panama sandy. No one who has occasionto
Alva girls, conceded to be the best drainage[ ditch on one side of the
dle fair visitors. The midway will
City in the Third District; Miami use this road but will rejoice
team in the 4-County loop, by a field but block of before reaching
be made more interesting by the
\ and West Palm Beach in the Fourth that work is to be started on an
addition of several new thrill rides.Crane ., District; and Orlando and Daytona improved highway. score of 34-4, the opposite side. This latter operation -
In the boy's gameHare with ten forces water to run one direc-
Beach in the Fifth Congressional Principal other business transacted
points was individual high scorer iou in one mole drain ana the opposite -
Disrupts Phone District. by the board at their meetingwas Walker of Alva had seven and Owenof direction in the next.It .
The State Committee plans the the appointment of Commis- the groundwater
the Tigers and Edwards of Alva is expected
Service At Sugar HouseA presentation of honor plaques, sioners Blitz Wegman and E. B. tied with 'six each. In the girls' table can be kept at constant -

41 which are to be awarded on the followIng Hull as members of the board to game Munden with eighteen pointswas level and that it can also be

basis: one to the county serve on a county marketing com- L. circulation by these
high and her teammate, l kept in constant
wrecker crane being broughtto sending in the largest net return; mittee which will be affiliated with Shepard was close behind with six- newly adopted methods. By manipulation -

the sugar house Tuesday night one to the county having the larg- the State Marketing Bureau. This : teen. Bethea made three points for of the pumps and bulkheads -

with the boom left up instead of est increase or percentage of its committee is to function when the i Clewiston and Pullen one. it is expected that water in
lying flat on the box car as customary quota this and to the new
year; one marketing center is completedin Line-ups: Alva Boys: Edwards the drainage ditches will run firstin
struck the telephone wires Individual turning in the greatest LaBelle. then in the
direction and
R. Murray, forwards, Walker, cen- one
going from town to the sugar amount of contributions. The plaques 1150 was appropriated for G. keeping the water aerated
expenses ter; Garner and Brown, guards. other,
house and disrupted telephone communications will bear the :
7. engraved signa- for the members of the Edwards was a substitute at guard. I I and in motion.
ti for several hours. The ture of Governor Cone, James A. board to attend the state meetingof Clewiston boys: Hare and Waldron, I Favorable results from the testsi

wires were repaired Wednesday Farley, Chairman of the National county commissioners to be held forwards; Brantley, center; will lead to carrying out of the plan
morning. (Continued on page 8) in Jacksonville: ; on February 13-15. (Continued on page 8) in other cane fields.:
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Weekly News Analysis -------'IMPROVEDUNIFORM ---- -4, },
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New Lands for Germany, Italy INTERNATIONAL ;,1 \>

I ,.

Is Totalitarian Aim This Year SUNDAY Lesson
'I o At least 30 different food

have been found By HAROLD L. LUNDQU1ST, D. D.
: elements I Dean of The Moody Bible Instltut-
By Joseph W. La IItineEDITOR'S of Chicago. '
necessary for life. O Western Newspaper Union. Not Boasting
Tubby-Pete boasts that his
Dr. James W. Barton more competitive efforts in the wife made him all he is. ,
By NOTE When opinions are
world market. Hinting at almost Lesson
February 12 '
expressed in these columns they ire Heiny-That's, apologizing.
of the news analyst and not necessarily anything, Der Fuehrer dropped the
days when you of the newspaper.International. remark that "forceful redistribu Teacher-Robert arithmetic
sand Lesson subjects and Scripture texts se- your -
\ hear over the radio about tion" of the world's riches was in- lected and of Religious copyrighted Education by InternationalCouncil ; used by is awful. I've added it four

the various minerals and vita evitable from time to time permission. times and each time. got a differ

mins that must be in the food if More wars have been fought from On Internal the Affairs. The battle to PETER HEALS A LAIEIAN ent answer.
overcome "extremely grave eco-
we are remain well, or even the speaker's platform than on the nomic condition" has been won witha LESSON TEXT-Acts 3:1.10; 4812. Covering Up

''live, you naturally wonder battlefield. More wars have been "terrific" fight but must go on. and GOLDEN gold have TEXT-Then I none; but Peter such said.as I Silver have Hubby wear the pants in my

whether or not you and yours averted the same way. When news From such a speech only one con- give I to thee.-Acts 3:6.: home. }

really eating in a sensible first leaked out that Reichschancellor clusion could be drawn: That the '-:--- Friend-Yeah, but right after
are Adolf Hitler would celebrate Rome-Berlin axis will devote 1939 Is Christianity on trial? Answers ,supper I notice,you wear an apron I
'or scientific manner. Na idom's sixth anniversary with a to pressing clearly defined demands would differ, depending on varying over them.

As a matter of fact, we reallydo speech, every able-tongued states- : against France and Britain, before points of view. Assuredly Christ. is

need all the vitamins and man in ,Europe hastened to speak I the latter two nations have time to not on'' trial. He is the Son of God Rural Accidents IncreaseTraffic

minerals of which you read and first, because there was wellfounded bring their armed strength '''up to and the only Saviour of men, and
evidence that Hitler would an- par. After colonies have been re- we are "on trial" as to our attitude accidents in the rural

hear. nounce a new program of German stored, after Italy has won her toward Him. It is also certain districts are mounting by leaps

There are no less than 30 different aggression for 1939. Since France is claims against France, it will be that the true Christian faith is not and bounds. Since 1924, the National -

food elements ,which are essentialor being hounded for territorial concessions time enough for Germany to turn attention on trial. Even the liberal and so- Safety council says, motor

absolutely necessary by' Germany's ally, Italy, and to the project closest to her called modernistic leaders confess vehicle fatalities have increased
; for life. If anyone since Great ,Britain is France's has 172 per cent. In cities over 10,000
ae' :. "'. national heart, conquest of Europe'svast that it is the only faith that -
of these 30 food friend, both London and Paris were Ukraine. proved itself in daily experience. population they went up but 30

elements is left out There is a sense, however, in per cent. >
.. .
: .
J aY ? ,v. of the diet is not A Sh
or i AviationProduction which Christianity as a whole is on Of course; the council points out, ;
present in sufficient of U. S. trial. The Church which professesto a large part of this increase may
amounts, the healthof 0 shortcomings represent .Christ on earth has be the result of muchincreasedrural
airplane manufacturers have both-
individual is
aM failed most miserably at so many travel. But most traffic au-
ered President Roosevelt winter
and death I ,
<. impaired, ,, especially since he discovered Germany's points that the world is ]looking'at'it thorities believe, however, that
: will eventually re- : : with the same cold suspicion with the more favorable city recordcan
aviation industry prob-
sult. This information in the be traced to the effective
: which the Church was viewed more
at much faster
ably working a pace.
; has been obtained
time of Peter. The question whichone traffic control measures in
after of To encourage air development as a
years J::, defense precaution the President's can feel on every hand even municipalities. i
Dr. Barton laborious and painstaking'investigations- S t' $552.000,000 special arms request included though it is not asked in words, is, In 1937, the loss of life to traffic P

sizeable budget for army "What have you that will meet the accidents in rural districts and

and observations. and
I am quoting Dr. Frederick F. appropriations come slowly; the -the social order-the whole of 27,400. In cities over 10,000, there

Tisdall, Toronto, in National Health' White House wanted to give avia- humanity?" There is ,a sufficientand were 12,100 killed.
; ; tion a more immediate stimulant. a satisfying answer, but it.is, While collisions with pedestrians
"It is interesting to note that one Brought back from France last not found so much in the temporal constituted the major fatal acci-
of these essential substances was ,s'' ,. realm in the We have
month by Ambassador William C. as spiritual. dent problem in cities, rural districts
isolated but a few months agonicotinic Bullitt was news' that Premier Ed- something to offer that is better than had their greatest difficulty

acid. This substance, knownto ouard Daladier's government would silver or gold-the salvation whichis i with collisions between two or
chemists for 75 years, was not found in other than' Jesus
spend $65,000,000 on American-built none more motor vehicles.:

with suspected human of having nutrition anything until to some do .N L/: \ planes, provided the U. S. gave per- Christ, our Lord.I. I' 1

mission. Here was the immediate Better Than Silver and Gold
months ago when it was discoveredthat ,
stimulant President Roosevelt (3 .
: 1-8)
it would that dreaded dis-
cure Beware
sought, but he kept France's propo- The lame man had long since Coughs
the Southern
ease pellagra -
sition secret. First leak in the abandoned. hope of anything more
states." As affects the
pellagra plans came when a new Douglas than the coins that he could beg as from common colds

stomach, intestines, nervous sys- NO.2 NAZI GOERING I light diving bomber, scheduled for he sat at the temple gate. He is

how tem, skin and eyes, it can be ,seen the ". stands erect amid the world ." entry in army competition, crashedat typical of our hardened and cynical That Hang OnNo
important food can to
Los Test Pilot Paul
Angeles. age which is interested only in
entire body. discouragingly anxious that Hitler Cable was killed but congress evidenced what it can get in cash, and in what matter how many medicinesyou
Nicotinic Acid should evil of them. far, have tried for your common
Necessary. speak no interest next day
more that money will'' buy. Even Chris cough, chest cold, bronchial irritation -
"It is now established that tiny The situation was plain., Britain in the news that an injured passen- tian people seem to have forgottenthat ,you may get relief now With

amounts of this acid are"necessary ,and France were ready to appease ger was Capt. Paul'Chemidlin' rep- "a man's life consisteth not in Creomulsion. Senous trouble,may .

to life. It is found in many food once more, because after each suc- resentative of the French.air minis- the abundance of the things whichhe be brewing and you cannot afford )
to take a chance with any remedy
substances, such as wheat germ, liv- cessive appeasement it becomes Luke .
try.Missouri's possesseth" ( 12:15) less potent than Creomulsion,which ( j
er and yeast. more difficult to resist. Boasted No. Sen. Bennett Champ God has for us things far better goes right to the seat of the trouble } >!
Dr. Tisdall shows also the need of 2 Nazi Herman Wilhelm Goering: Clark demanded all information than silver and golddeliverancefrom and aids nature to soothe and heal

each of the vitamins and other food "The greater Germany stands erect about French plane purchases be the power and penalty of, sin, the inflamed to loosen mucous and expel membranesand germ-

substances and one naturally asks amid the world, firmly knit, a steel made public. His complaint: "I am glad liberation from the limitationsof laden phlegm. ,

himself how can it be known that all block of strength and cohesion. Freeis interested in ascertaining whetherthe spirit which hold us down and Even if other remedies have failed

these food factors are present in the country broken are the French government is being per- make us content with the paltry don't be discouraged, try Creomul
the diet. "Build up your diet around shackles of the reparations system. mitted to obtain options on latest- sion. Your druggist is authorized to
Where these
alms of men. are refund if not
milk, meat; eggs, vegetables and The honor and independence of ''the type planes which have not been things to be found? In Christ. How thoroughly your satisfied money with you the are benefits -.

fruit, add some vitamin D in the nation are safeguarded by the party available to our own army." Barked are they ministered? Through His obtained. Creomulsion Is one

wintertime '(cod-liver' oil, butter, and the new German defense power. North Dakota's Sen. Gerald P. Nye, faithful servants. Peter and John word,ask for it plainly, see that the
egg yolk, milk, liver, green vege ." the nation's No. 1 pacifist: "The air- name on the bottle is Creomulsion,
were the kind of men who, though and you'll get the genuine productand
tables in and plane deal with France consti-
rich vitamin D
are ) These were fighting words, but busy, had time to pray (v. 1). If the relief you want. Adv.)
you can be sure that you are gettingall ''neither France nor Britain was willing tutes, in my opinion, a military al- you know men or women like that, i

of the 30 food elements neces to fight back. Two days before liance." cultivate their friendship, look in I
sary for health and life." Hitler spoke, British Prime Min But as facts were produced at the In Due Time i
them in faith 4
tently to (vv. re
ister Neville Chamberlain gave his inquiry, Senator Clark's fright ceive their help (v. 7), and above Everything comes if a man will '

Psychoanalysis Is StudyOf speech, indicating that far from being seemed far out proportion., No se- all, believe in their Christ (v. 6), and only wait.-Benjamin Disraeli. I
stronger, Britain will resist dictatorships cret army aviation devices had been :
will receive that which is bet-
Unconscious SelfIt ; only under the 'most unlikely ,carried on the ship. More impor- you
silver and
ter than gold.
has been well said that this emergencies: "Peace could tant, the bomber was not an army God healed this man's body, but a

face and body each of.us presentsto only be endangered by a de- order, hence there was no violationof what is more important, He healed MSGGTHr"'B1JRNS
mand to dominate the world the rule forbidding foreigners to ;
the world is really not our true by his spirit (v. 8). We need that kindof ,
self. It is just like a coat or cloak force." This means that little by lit- see or buy airships designed for healing for the spiritual cripplesof SNOW-WHITE PETROLEUM JE1LYLove's

which others see and judge us by. tle Mr. Chamberlain is willing to army use. Nevertheless the plane

Our words and actions can be what concede to,'Italo-German demands.The could not be replaced by March our day.

we want them to be. The true self same day, French Foreign when competitive U. S. tests are II. Wonder and Amazement (3: '' Reflection
scheduled. Since the Douglas bomber 9, 10). For' love reflects the thing be
may be really better than what the Minister Georges Bonnet hastenedto '
world sees, but with most of us we ; make his peace, with dictators: was undoubtedly the fastest ever It has been suggested that one of loved.-Tennyson. t

present our best side, our show win- "Regardless of the violence of the ,developed army chieftains could the weak points in the ministry of ,
Italian ''rightfully be angry. But what made ''the 'modern church is the lack of
dow as it may be called. While we press campaign (for French
realize' that we do not present our Mediterranean territories) I have them hopping mad was the fact that such miraculous deliverances from How Women I

real selves to the world, we do not warm friendship for the Italian peo- France's plans had been discussed sin as those which caused the un-

realize that we do not really know ple." ,M.Bonnet practically accepted I not with the war department, but believers of a generation or two ago in Their,40's

what our real selves are like. Mussolini's demands when he declared -- ',with the navy.President +to look with wonder on the ministryof

There is, however, another part of Italy had been treated badly '' Roosevelt commented the Word. After all there is' no Can Attract Men
and after the 'that it would be fine for French orders like that
us, a very big part, that we our- during World war by 'testimony just of a redeemed
selves do not know and this un- France and Britain. to' be filled here, thereby ex- and transformed life. Men Here's good advice for a woman during her

known of Such tactics fell little short of argue with our philosophy, change (usually from 33 to 62), who fears
part us may make us be- an may shell lose her appeal to men, who worries
have a little differently from normaL outright invitation for Hitler and 'q, question our theology, but a re- about hot flashes, loss of pep, dizzy spells
This different Mussolini to make demands. deemed life is a walking testimonythat upset nerves and moody spells.
action or be By
Get more fresh air, 8 bra. sleep and if you
havior on our part is said to be the: time Der Fuehrer marched to no'scoffer can refute. need a good general system tonic take LydiaE.

due to this unconscious (not sub the; rostrum in Berlin's Kroll opera There are two reactions recordedin especially. Pinkham for a tDC Vegetable>>7Im. It helps Compound Nature, made build ,t

conscious) part of us. house every European ear .was v y >, >zv 1d the context of our lesson which up physical resistance,thus helps give more
cocked. By the time he left reveal the possible attitudes of vivacity to enjoy life-and assist calming
Unconscious Europe men
Part Important.As J.J jittery nerves and disturbing symptoms that
a matter of fact this unconscious and the world knew what to expect y h.J fJ toward such experiences. Some often accompany change of life.-* WELL
part is really the biggest or .from Hitler in 1939: / were amazed and believed in Christ. WORTH TUYINGI

most important part. '. "It is'more On Colonies. Germany will de- (4:4). Others hated the cause of
important for two principal mand that all her pre-World war Christ (4:16, 17) and they cast the
reasons: ,
colonies be returned, otherwise the ari preachers into prison (4:1-3). : : d '
First, because it covers a far larger \Vaf XQ ( :
Reich will "remain wwN
an fac- ,
range, both as to time and extent, q III. The Pre-eminent Saviour ((4:
reaching back into our life beforewe tor in Europe. Reason: Germanymust s 8-12)). K.d'. 1e'" s t:
have access to raw materials.On ? ., . ,'. :." .
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born and into --
: were the lives of Note here again that the speaKer "
our ancestors, and, second, becauseit Italy. "War against Italy for was Spirit-filled man. That is Help Them Cleanse the Blood t

is free from any interference or any reason and Italy whatever side will side see" Ger- x' gN 3se ....' a the absolute prerequisite to effective of Harmful Body Waste
many by said '
: ;, Your kidneys constantly filtering
handling by us, and therefore whenit proclamation of the truth. Observe
Hitler. This
statement is expectedto waste matter from the blood stream.Bat
is made to'speak it tells the frank bring an immediate also the care with which Peter kidneys sometimes lag in their work-do
and unvarnished truth." resumptionof not act as Nature intended-fail to r-
known that he and John
Italian, claims against France, makes are move impurities that, i if retained may
A psychoanalyst is one who by though France and Britain in- to have no personal credit or glory. poison the system and upset tbt whole

patience and skill makes us answer terpret it with tongue in may cheek. They "have something there" that body Symptoms machinery.may be nigging backache
directly and without prepared "War against Italy" ;..4xr iy: 'a-. might well be applied to present- persIstent headache attacks dizziness,
aggres- getting up nights swelling( pu/Eneas!
thought' the significant questions he sion against Italy, which is farthest day religious activity when many under the eyes-a feeling of nervous
asks. The words in these questions from democratic thoughts. men must either have all the glory, anxiety and loss of pep and ttren th.
Other signs of kidney or bladder dis
arouse certain words or expressionsof hoping 'Hitler meant to infer that SENATOR CLARE or go off and start a new work order may be burning, scanty or too
thought in our minds. The psy- he would not assist in aggression by No secrets were revealed. where they can have it. frequent urination. '
There should bo doubt that
no prompt
choanalyst can interpret the wordsor Italy, London and Paris knew this Let us make much of the clear treatment is wiser than neglect. UseDoan't ..
panding U. S.
plane plants immediately Pill Doa,,', have been
expressions which come from our futile teaching concerning the person and winning
was a hope.
To friends for than
them more forty
expand still faster new years.
unconscious mind, explain their On Other Demands. Allied he asked work of Christ which is found in They have a nation-wide reputation.Are .

meanings fully and tell how these arations demands against Germany rep- first $50,000,000 congress of to his appropriate the these verses, particularly stressingHis recommended over. Aik by ouDOANS gtttetulpeopie, migAborl thecountry V
thoughts or expressions, became emergency of absolute
,apart after the World war were "unrea fund preeminenceas
' of us "and caused certain behavior I sonable and irresponsible." Hence buying army 565 immediately, to be used the one and only, and, at the

on 'our part. I Germany has been forced to make planes. new army combat' same time, the all-sufficient Saviourof PILLSHEALTH
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ti i In December, 1891, a staff member of the Springfield (Mass.) Houston Goudiss Offers Advice also have two servings of vegeta-
, \ on Keeping bles, besides potatoes one of
r YMCA training school invented a new game by corraling two peach ;
', ball smooth That Children Well in Winter Warns of which should be of the green
I baskets, a soccer and a floor. man teas Dr. James ; .
leafy variety. Also of milk
, "I' A. Naismith, now a 76-year-old professor emeritus at the University a quart
Several Dangers N daily; breads and cereals, at least
,i of Kansas. Basketball, now played by 20,000,000 people each year, half of which may preferably be
its real start at Lawrence Kan. A member of the first girls' HOUSTON
got By C. GOUDISS II the; whole. grain variety; an egg
. team, organized there, leas the, future Mrs. Naismith, now deceased. of the by which her community judges a daily or at least three or four

i The "parents" of this remarkable game are, shown above, in 1928,. ,ONE success ways as a mother is by,the,health and well- weekly; one serving of,meat, fishor
;f I during a celebration in,their honor.. (chicken, and another servingof
being of her children. If they are energetic, rosy-cheeked a protein food, such as cheese.

l I normal boys and girls who have a ,high resistance to infec- Some form of vitamin D shouldbe

tions, such as the common cold, and if they display,the'good ,included the diet of. young

J :.: dispositions that 'we usually associate with buoyant health, 'winter children months.It especially. during the

then_ the verdict of friends andneighbors is usually that ofa,
is also most important that
job well done. <$)
children follow
a daily routine that
To help her children maintain winter.. This not only widens the includes plenty of time for sleep.

top health and vitality, a gap between indoor and outdoor And for younger children a day-

./ J. y. mother must constantly be temperatures but may be extremely time nap is usually advised.
r alert to the various factors irritating to the delicate Children Need Healthy Mothers
membranes of the and
that help produce this ideal throat. Most authorities nose consider Mothers must give attention to

' estate. And at the same time, an'indoor temperature of.about 68 the children's health. But let them
: i give some consideration to their
\ she must likewise be on'guard I degrees Fahrenheit satisfactory. own. The tired, nervous motheris
I against the common condi- : Is Your Child Lazy? !very apt to transfer some of

: I '.. tions that may contribute to We often hear mothers complainthat her own fatigue and nervousnessto

Here is basketball's first < lowered resistance, especially their children are, lazy in her child. So in arranging yourchild's
cold weather .. and they seem
rest in
and diet
I team, at Springfield, It1 ass.i fatigue and improper diet. to ,have less pep Sand energy than looking after periods habits, of 1

i There are nine players, Winter HazardsIt in other seasons. ,If by that they elimination,,make proper sure.that,Mother -
I' I whose number leas later reduced has been said that 'in winter mean that their children are ,. too. and better still every

to five. Below is an the body is on trial-and _this .is less active, it may be that ,this member of the family follows
artist's conception of the first as true of childrenas can be attributed in part to the this same sound health pro-
game, played in black, full' : "' % of adults. Extremes i bleak, shorter days that do not always gram.

sleeve, wool jerseys, with long of temperature invite outdoor play. But .
trousers. The ball-retriever fji. son require ad- sometimes a child displays sucha
I Questions AnsweredMrs. I
, 1' justments on the reduction' in his activities as to
4' the ladder teas soon re s. 7 part of the body, appear indolent. ,Then the moth"

j I placed by boys in the gallery. :f c. h k-JI' and in most partsof er'must seek the physical or emo- B. F.-Between the ages

tya ., 1# 0'KC the country, tional factors that may be re of '60 and 70, and indeed thereafter -
children are called sponsible. For true laziness sug- there is a gradual decrease in
upon constantly to gests a body that is not function- the need for energy. All,the body
switch their' envi- ing normally. processes function more slowly.
a ronment from a Quite possibly the child's diet is The amount of proteins, minerals
house" which is all not meeting his bodily require-I and vitamins is also less, as no
too frequently over- i ments. An undernourished child new tissue is being formed. An
heated to an outdoor temperature I. usually tires easily and is disinclined -I excess of food is less readily han-
I I that,may be below freezing. to 'exert himself. The. dled by the body in later years, so
While cool, outdoor air is stimulating food may be_ adequate as to quan- i it is advisable for older people to
,, to children in normal tity, but not as to quality. For guard carefully against over-in
3s3 health, some children withstandit example, a diet that is too highly dulgence in food.
much less successfully. This is concentrated, contains too little
Miss B. W. J. As a rule, no
\ particularly of those who are bulk or cellulose, may cause a special consideration need be giv-
) improperly nourished; who are tendency to faulty elimination.This en to'the amount of sulphur in the
over-fatigued or suffer from poor in, turn, is frequently responsible diet. That is because sulphur in
I'' circulation. for lassitude. The rem- food is found almost entirely in
ac z r' r When it is very cold outdoors, it edy is often a simple dietary the form of protein, and in a
/ Li .; \ is wise to have children come in change-the addition of a salad to well-balanced diet which supplies
: from their play periodically to the daily diet; or possibly the sufficient protein, the requirements
warm up. And if a child appearsto use of stewed dried fruits in addi- for sulphur will be adequately
suffer from the cold unduly, it tion to a fresh fruit or fruit juice met.pWNUC. .
i is wise to have a physician checkup daily. Of course, the child should Houston Goudlss-193&: .-49.
on his health.
I Guard Against Frostbite

" ..' particularly er.Over-exposure For under in cold these must, damp be conditions avoided/"weath,, I Lovely, Exclusive Doilies I I Itern

doctors there is
x warn, always a
1\ danger of frostbite. They say that 1841 contains directions for
whenever the temperature falls making doilies illustrations of
Basketball now attracts more fans than baseball or football. ;
below 8 degrees Fahrenheit, chil- them and of stitches materials
Partly responsible for this growth is Ned Irish (inset), who brings ;
dren should not be permitted to required; photograph of section of
big college teams to New York's Madison Garden each
year. play outdoors. If they do, the cold doily.
The above photo was taken during the Fordham-Neiv York univer- may act upon the tissues so that Send 15 cents in stamps or coins
sity game in January, 1936, when 10,074 people attended. This tilt part of the body is deprived of its (coins preferred) for this patternto
established a new attendance record. blood supply. This is most likelyto The Sewing Circle, Needlecraft

occur in the fingers, toes, nose Dept., 82 Eighth"Ave., New York.
or ears which thereupon become

I I and frozen.low The temperature combination is especially of wind Background of TruthThe

r : dangerous and frostbite frequentlyoccurs flowers of rhetoric are only
at temperatures up to 14 acceptable when backed by the
of truth and sense.-
degrees Fahrenheit when there is" evergreens
a strong wind.Mothers ,Macaulay.

I I aJ:! against frostbite should when be on the guard tem

perature is below,24 degrees Fahrenheit
however, and at all times SHELTON
\ during- the winter, see that chil- >
dren are warmly clad. This,need
\ not mean that they are so bundledup is Traditional Among
as to preclude the possibility Smart New YorkersThe
i of active play. Suitable clothing Shelton is more than a
consists of garments which pro- hotel; it is a New York insti-
vide warmth and tutlon. Its rooms'are famed
Pattern 1841 I for their comfort; its two res-
against dampness, without constriction -
: taurants, for their superior
at any point. food.Its big swimming poolis
yr '! P It's the accessories in a: home
Two layers of wool, such as that make it beautiful. Fulfill your a favored meeting place of
that provided by woolen the set its restful
a sweater home- younger ;
ambition delightful
I and playsuit are considered a solarium,a quiet place of repose -
it's when such lovely designs
its famous "Shelton
From old '' q 's" preferable to one too-bulky gar- ;
to new. at command. This
are your Corner Bar" is noted for its
Above: a photo of the ti ment. Feet and hands should, of oval doily-suitable for center- fine liquors. .
be well .
famous first girls' basketball course protected.Don't' piece, buffet or luncheon set- And All These Outstanding
Overheat the
I, ", team at Kansas Tn. measures 18 by 36 inches, the Advantage Reasonable at Surprisingly Ratei.
little less serious
/VVL Only
I are
other doilies 12. inches and 6
university. Right: a .
the consequences of dry, over- Hotel SHELTON
\!\ symbol the 4 inches. Made of string, they workup
of game's heated indoor air., It, is unfortu- LEXINGTON AVt-4StM9th$b.'
groicth, announcing the U' Y > v y' S l'' nate that so many people keep easily. The richness of the de- NEW YORK CITY
rl "coast-to-coast" contest their rooms entirely too warm in sign will give you pleasure. Pat-

at the Garden. ,

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The Clewiston News light or reflector on the rear oft I before the conference is over. SPORT NEWS their respective communities. o i'

your bicycle 'at iih ht. ,. Personally, I have never dis- -By Dick Owen Based on a study for the last ..,

.- .... Don't coast, especially in traffic. counted Doctor Townsend nor his South Bay "5. Clewistoiv!" several years, President Sudduth
Published every Friday In Clewiston, Don't apply your brake suddenly following and from close contact Wednesday ,afternoon the South predicted, that 1939 would see the;
Florida, by the Ct-B\YlSTON NEWS or too hard. with political activities throughout Bay Eagles, a strong Junior High greatest amount of new, residential .
Inc. School team, tied the Clewiston construction in Florida since i 1926.K5
the state I know that the Townsend I
Give pedestrians the rights' of way. _:_ .
Tigers 17-17 on a. rainy court witha
advocates arc sincere and mean
KEATHLEY 'BOWDEN", 'Editor approaching Sound your intersections.warning signal when business. They have placed their I slippery ball. Both teams were IS THERE GOLD'j jf ,

Ride only on streets in which faith and confidence in the prom- : greatly handicapped because of these IN YOUR
entered as second class mall matter ises of men who have been electedto I two : factors. The Tigers were :
February 1, 1927, at the Post Office Jn traffic is light. office and they are going to hold I slightly unglamorous because they |> CELLAR? 'v _
Clewiston, Florida, under the Act nt Keep to the right and close.. to
March 3, 1897.Subscription. those men to strict account. played in trunks and old pants,
the curb or side of the Toad.
Oldsters have been kidded and their suits at home from the Pa-
Look out for cars pulling from
pushed around by politicians to the hokec game. Cason of South Bay
Rate $2.00 Per Year. parking places. j i = Y
point where they are .just about fed scored eight points and Carl Cowan
Do not automobiles ahead
Advertising Rates On Application. of pass I up, and for my part I am content made five for the Eagles. v
that I have asked' them for no 1/'
When drivers of cars coming
and wel- favors, solicited no office. CLEWISTOX vs. CANAL POINT r
Devoted to the advancement 1'
from the rear sound horns to pass, :
fare of Clewiston and Hendry County. .
I Our Junior High teams journeyed -
pull over to the right and let them Four ,years ago I wrote the first J
press release ,favorable to Dr. Town- to Canal Point Thursday for I
pass.Look after their: first game. The boys won by .....; ,
More work on Road 164 is included out for cars which may attempt send and the Townsend Plan, \ .,,!4 r
two points, 10-8. Redish was high
in the new budget of the to pass on your right.Don't hearing the Doctor speak at Clear- Yes and in Your
scorer and scored four points.Slon' ,
water. At that time I told the
State Road Department. turn or cross at intersections you
I II .unless it appears safe. Doctor and his followers were sin- .ker followed with three points. Attic Too! :

Echoes from Mobile, indicate that I Don't weave in or out of traffic, cere and warned you that you'd The', girls lost to Canal Point, the Turn Those Things '
score being 14-7. Kathleen Chap- ? _
very little consideration is being cut across streets or turn between hear a lot more on the subject. You Don't Want Into ,<,;lff1
man'scored' all seven points for
shown Florida cane growers in their intersections.Park Keep your eyes and ears on Wash-
plea for increased quotas. your bicycle on: the side- ington as the present hearing pro- Clewiston. Next Monday Pahokee Money with a Want Ad
for lot of things, or Junior High will come here for the
walk. This will prevent injury to gresses, a .5uG'HRoF' .s f
The school board has tired of :yourself and damage to your ,bicycle I ANYTHING, can happeli. And the first home game. : ,

Availing for additional funds or gov- from automobiles. 'I 1 Townsend folks will tell you thar' j. M. COUSE } .k:;
ernmental loans for the construction! "IT AIN'T FUNNY, MAGEE." FLA. BANKING INSTITUTIONS 5 :

of the proposed new Clewiston ; : ENJOY BIG BUSINESS IN '38 Counselor and Attorney at Law : Y ?''f
I .M-':":":":":":":":":":":":': : ,
school. Plans are now to use the Hopkins! Building .

the money building which down is available to fit. As and badlyas 'cut Too Late To Classify ,,''lllillil i:l!!ifil lljllmlllmlIIlilI i![ !! llilllllllmliim ii I!!! !I!! l mlllmmllIIIIIII!!!!I I I!!i! JI ail llIllmlmllJII I!! i! n,I'i President Panama H.City L., Fla.Sudduth, Feb.of 8 the-- Wedncsdajs 9:30 to and 4:00 Saturdays t

a new school building is needed I i Florida Savings, Building, & Loan

here this would seem the best pol- By Ryssell Kay SCHOOL NEWS League announced today that sav-
icy. ings and loan associations in Flor-

. . . . . Editor ._.___....._._.... Bill Owen ida enjoyed their best year during
The Attorney General handed Ass't Editor m..m J. D. Hooker 1938. hot onl4 SAFE

down a decision this week regarding Well| it won't be long now before Sports Editor ........_._ Dick Owen The fifty-one associations in the -
the old folks who placed their trust
the Murphy Act which shouldbe
state have more than $40,000,000in
of much interest to every delin- and faith in a flock of poltiical I '1Iirnillnlll:: lIImlllrrnlllllllllllllllllllllllllllnllllhIl1ll1ll1ll1l1l: lIll"lIImllllml1l11nlllllilllllIII'! in ,
quent tax payer and that is that promises find out just where they .1 l IllmUlmlllll! iIIlilIIIIIIlIIIJlIIIlillltIiIliIllIIIIWIIllUllJllJIllIiII! !! UIIIIIWIIIWI'1"!! practically total assets every and major are community.located

June 10 will be the last day that stand for this week the congressional SIXTH GRADE PROGRAM During 1938 the Florida associa-
application be made for sale "Ways .and Means" committee
may: tions made loans to more than 3,400
of certificates and''have all details will give consideration to the Town- A Valentine theme was carriedout home owners in Florida, totaling

clear by the date of expiration. send Plan. by: the sixth grade at an excel- approximately $11,200,000. Ap-
Most of the politicians who gal- lent program' presented at the
proximately $6,000,000 of this
THE NEW ROADA loped around durin' the last election morning assembly today directedby
amount was expended for new con-
new highway to run from the all broke out with "Townsend" but- Miss Livonia: Congdon, sixth
struction having an estimated valueof
sugar house highway westward to tons and swearin' allegiance in all grade teacher. $15,000,000. but PROFITABLE

the colored cemetery will be 'built the languages includin' the Scandin- Lawrence Guthrie acted as an-
During 1938 the amount of new ..,
avian, are now more or less "cooledoff" .
immediately by the county: commis- nouncer and, read the various num- I
savings invested in the Florida associations are several safe places for
sioners and there is no small stretchof and my personal guess ,is that bers, from a large heart-shaped. pa- q-here
doubled the amount re- your savings..in a safe depositbox
road in the county which is more the trustin' oldsters will awake to per as follows:
I reived from the time of the chartering in bonds invested
badly needed and will be more' ap find that all is not gold that glit- government: ,
Scripture Reading.
ters. of tho first association in I here, etc. The principal differenceis
preciated. Song-Assembly. December of I that HERE: ,
Florida late 1933 through your savings earn a ;
Nearly everyone; in the commun- is destined to .
Recitation, "If I Could," Richard 1931. generous profit: for you... because
ity has occasion to use this road, at play an important part in the com-
least as' far as Harlem, quite often ing hearing as "Little Joe" Hen- Hanna. Mr. Sudduth pointed out that they work constantly and profitably,

and after several }years of bumping dricks, true to his pledge, is doing Play-Valentine Tarts, by nine while many of the associations arc' amply secured by many homes.

over the rough, sandy, road it will : everything in his power to push the pupils. named "Federal" Savings and Loan

be a distinct relief to have a Townsend program through the'i Famous February Birthdays Associations, their management and Clewiston Federal
road house and is scheduled to : their officers and directors are ,
smooth to travel. appear !| Group of Sixth Grade boys.
before the committee to pledge its drawn from their local vicinity. (
I I Dance of Valentines-Sixth grade Savings and Loan I
"POSTALIZIXG" THE RAILROADSA cause. girls. Contrary to some belief, they are ,
During his recent campaign, not a New Deal agency but are de-
A number of patrons were pres- signed as permanent home financ- Association
plan put forward by John A. Claude Pepper climbed out on the
Hasting a former New York state Townsend limb so far that he hasn't ent for the program. ing :and thrift institutions to servo

senator for "postalizing" railroad any more chance than a rabbit of I--- ------

transportation, is said to be receiv- crawlin' back without fallin' andbreakin' .:..:..:-:..:..:-:-:..:N:-:.:NNNNN:..:-:- .:..:-:..:..:..:..:-:..:N:..:.;-:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:NNNN:NNNti..:..:-:..:..:..:..:1.:NNNNM111.:.1NN:..:11111.:NNMNNMNI.:1
ing serious consideration among a leg, to say nothin' of his :::-N N:N N:N:N:N:N N:1 N:N:N N:11:.:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:1:N:N N H N:N 11:1i N:N:1:N N N:N N:N::N:1:N N 111.:N:1.:H.:N H N N 11 N 11;N N:1:N N 1:11 N I.:N N..:N HN::::;:
railroad men and in Washington.The promise-if he fails to appear before *f_ ?.

idea, briefly, is to charge a the committee wavin' the .s..= .;....
flat rate for a passenger fare over a Townsend banner an deulogizin' likea 'oi

distance of, say, a thousand miles, circuit ridin' preacher. tY OI
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etc. Mr. Hastings' idea is that it Pat Cannon, Tpwnsend-ed into I':: *:* ENJOY AN .....

would pay the railroads to carry the: House, can be depended upon' ':.O:::;!: .,': .+.....;..
full loads of passengers between to stand hitched and Senator Andrews :: : .

New York and Chicago, or Chicagoand with the matter of. re-elec- ::::i: '. : '":( /;"' .. :::: }

Denver or' Denver and San tion starin' him in the face will ''t.,OI'Yt.y. .'. ''ALL ELECTRIC ,', e)', .j..:.
Francisco, for a dollar a head. The probably concur that adequate pro- :, ; \ ,'> i 7
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same 'rate would apply to passengers vision for the "old folks"' sin or i iLf v .' : ,".- :

who got on or off anywhere der. I :,! ,; ;' HOM: -,;,,

along the line. "Old Age Security" under the I '[! } : ii' 1 j

If it pays to carry a letter any; present set-up is far from pleas-I : ,, ." ,
where for three cents, whether to ing to anyone and my guess is that .::y 4KV ': :::!:

the next town or the other end of something more sane and intelligent .:
the continent, ,why can't the same will replace it. Neither employenor '"

idea work with' passengers? They cureunder employer the feels the least bit se- ::i::: Electricity is the modern servant; a servant that ..:::: f
are easier to handle than letters present arrangement :

because they load and unload them. and while neither the politician nor I .::::X;: takes care of both the work and the pleasures of the :::: \

ed selves and and postmarked.The don't have. to be stamp. the public of have just what any intelligent the Townsend,conception ::::::Y '!'home, and one that will do everything quickly, efficiently ::.::::!.:: ('

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railroads have already discovered proposal really is, the chances are :.. and economically. +_ +
that reduced passenger that out of it will come an entirely :' ...._.

fares increase revenues. They made 'new set-up to provide for the .
more money while the two cents-a- .. tion's aged : na :!i::: One penny will toast 26 crunchy slices of toast, or. :.::::

mile rate was in effect than they New Deal efforts to solve the :::il::: give your eyes two hours of safe reading light or operate ::::::
have made since it was raised to problem have not endeared the party :
2 1-2 cents. They have learned in the hearts of their countrymenand .:::: your radio for most of a day-and-ELECTRICITY is :::!:

that does the not cost depend of hauling directly a passenger on the 'settled while in the the matter present may congress not, be it I :::'.::,,*:.* cne thing that gets cheaper the more of it that you use. .:4:.:.:_..: .

number of miles travelled. If the will certainly prove to be an an- .

train is going through it can car- noying "monkey wrench" that will ::!:&:' 9 That is why it is so easy to have and enjoy a home :::):; r

without probably stay in the hair of .si'*
appreciable ry passengers extra cost. any [ throughout the entire session.politicians ::t o::..!, that is all electric and modern. :;:.:..:

Without going ,into_ figures, it Last week Dr. Francis E. Town .s. t.
seems to us there is something in send appealed to ,Burton H. Schoepf \ :oiCY .:.

Hastings' idea. It would at least of' Tampa for help and invited him : v

enable men looking for a job or going I to Washington to sit in on con- I .: y
to 'a new one to travel farther : ferences prior to the congressional! i :Cy! !: ELECTRICITY IS YOUR CHEAPEST SERV.. :::::

and cheaper.-St. Augustine Ob hearing which starts this week. ,

server. For two years Schoepf has been :tt ; .s
studying the Townsend Plan and is: .:_.:::: ANT-USE IT EXTRAVAGANTLY. ::<::
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SAFETY IN RIDING BICYCLES probably better posted on its pro- :

Obey general traffic regulations, the visions request than of any Dr.other Townsend Floridian., Scho-At .::.:!: \.1 ::::::

especially stop signals and traffic 'tY* .,. 'i":'

lights. epf the has Congressional consented to committee appear ,before as a ::[:IX:: \ : : I :;::;:

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stop or turn. will plead its cause on that basis. I ::!:::: :: ::?::i:

Alway have a warning signal on ,All indications are there'll be :'t..t. ( .. .:oot.i .

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vV. .... ............................. W...*...*...*.*.....*.......*,'..*..!...*..*...!...*...*...... *...*...*...*......................................................:.......... I I They have named the baby Patricia Is president. our powers:
Ruth. ?': Can We Trust Our Conscience? Little we see in nature that is.ours; ,

I ii1 r.: 'PER80f.L and SOCIETY II_: I I baby morning Herring An son eight to at Prof.was the pound Clewiston born andIrs., seven-ounce Wednesday.Emergency B. E.- service forum 7:30.That If discussion is this the you Wednesday have topic at a for the,good evening the mid-week. open con-at We The have sordid the Sea moon that given boon.;bares our hearts her ,bosOm away' "J to a-.'

Hospital. The young man will
science, come and let's try it out at The winds that will be howling at.
I answer to the name of Bernard E. ,

.:.....-..............-.....................................;.c..?.._lN. .._.n._.N''N. ,..N.._--.._--..N..-..-......u.u.u.u.u..........-1-.-._..._._..._._..-__..-__..-_ ..._...........-................;.. Herring, Jr. Mother and son are Everyone this talk-fest invited.Wednesday Free discussionopen night. And all are hours upgathered, now like sleep" i
reported doing nicely. -
!I JVIr. and Mrs. W. cNelson of kerchiefs were awarded to Mrs. A. I I to everyone. ing flowers; .

Moore Haven were glts of Mr. Palen, who won the prize at the Choir practice will be conductedon For this, for everything, we are. out

and Mrs. C. Nelson Frbr- Tripolcy table. ''Correspondence II 6GfIII l W i IIDi, ''DIIl I!! afil'.'i 61! II JDri6; rnOO Tuesday evening at 7:30.A I of tune;
cards were presented to Mrs. Pat- brief business session of the It moves us not--Great. God, I'd
terson, Miss Metzer and to Mrs. _, WITH THE
O. -A. Clarke of Formers spent church will be held Sunday evening rather be

the week-end fishing* the vicin- Mary Keltl. :: at the close of the services. A Pagan suckled by a creed out-
ity, of Clewiston. / The guests included Mrs. Patterson i Group From Clewiston Visits word; /
I Miss Metzer, Mrs. Mary Kettl, Belle Glade Revival So might I, standing on this pleasant -
I Mrs. George Yon, Mrs. E. C. Mills LpJI lmmd lea,
Mrs. George SparJ/ was a visitor I imIIOOm ilIj! lm JlwJtm! On Thursday night a group of
Mrs. H. J. B. Scharnberg, Mrs. ] Have glimpses that would make me
in Miami the lajr, part of the some thirty odd persons from Clew
I r Frank M. Rodriguez, Mrs. R. Y. CHURCH less forlorn;
week. / iston motored to Belle Glade to at-
-i Ii Patterson, Mrs W. P. Vaughn' 1\Irs.1 Royal Palm Avenue tend the revival services being held Have sight of Porteus rising from
H. T. Vaughn, Mrs. J. H. the sea;
Louis O. Gravely LaBelle wasa Forest C. Taylor, Minister I there by the Rev. W. L. Head, who
Mrs. George Terrell, Mrs. W. A. Or hear old Triton blow his
iiClewiston Mon- I organized the Baptist church here.
business visitor Davis, Mrs. A. Palen, Mrs. Lawrence wretched horn."
Morning worship and sermon next The meeting was held in the taber-
day. /I Rodriguez, Mrs. Fred William: Wordsworth wrote these
Sunday at eleven o'clock. nacle tent and was attended by an I
-- the Mrs. B. P. Luce and Henricksen'l( sonnet lines in 1806. The sermon
overflowing crowd. The choir of
M. H. Scotti part Martinez. Sunday school every Sunday Sunday morning will be based upon
of the week on business trip to I morning at nine forty-five. the Clewiston Baptist church sang, the above poem and will be called

New York._ I j/ MRS. NALD ENTERTAINSWEDNESDAY Christian Endeavor meeting Sun- "Make Me A" Blessing," by Ira B. "Too Civilized." Come and hear it.
BRIDGE II at Wilson and 0 Master the Temp-
"'( CLUB day evening sixthirty.The
Mrs. F. D.I sle of Jacksonville Junior Endeavor will meet on est is Raging," as special music for

has anlV visit her daughter Mrs. Campbell Nail used a Valentine -i Monday instead of Tuesday but -the the meeting. Friends of Rev. and

Mrs. G. !gur.Mr. motif for her party this week i hour will be the same as usual, Mrs. Head will be glad to know that
when she entertained the ,3:30. the revival'will continue with serv- MERCHANTS n

and Mrs' L. Edgerton' of day Evening Bridge' club. vednes-I Choir rehearsals on ,Monday and ices each evening at 7:45 until WISE
Atlanta spente past week here ing room was decorated I: Thursday evenings. February 26.

visiting Mr.id Mrs. Keathley of japonicas.Mrs. I The public is cordially invited to "The world is too much with us; Advertise !

Bowden. I> R. C. Wilson, who won high I I worship in the Community C urch. late and soon, .

j------ prize, received a "luncheon set, and Getting> and spending, we lay waste

*, Mrs. O. C.enbow// of Bradenton Mrs. W. H. Lanier, who won second I FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH

spent, severaldays,, here this week prize, received a scrap :Marshall Mines Pastor.)

z: and visiting family hen/> ,, Clarence Benbow red apple salad carried out the red J! "The Church of Friendly Distinc- 11I.$yt"*<*I"?..I"....tI..I..I"I..i..fr3MJ..... ....v..... ................ ... ...:... .. .. .. :....._...
and white color scheme. I
| tion. I ---- .
Mrs.\ J. S. Hlingbam, Mrs. Ward Playing were Mrs. R., C. Wilson, Services every Sunday: .
Mrs. W. H. Lanier, Mrs. H. H. k.
School 9:45 B.
Roberts an Linda Roberts of Sunday a. m., I I
r Turner, Mrs. R. C. Nowling, Mrs.T. E. Herring, Supt. ,
:Moore Havn were guests Fridayof
B. Shelley, Mrs. B. J. Schroeder, I
Mr. andrs.. Roy Alston. Morning 'Vorshil.11 :00. Ser-1 ::
Mrs. Roy Alston and Miss Mae I the Pastor.B. .
mon by

Mrs. J. jtV. Ezelle, Mrs. W. F. Palmer. I Y. P. U. 6:30 p. m., V. C. Ii! CLEWISTON 6OLFill I
Simpson, Irs. J. L. Edgerton and Woodward, Director.
r Mrs. K. j wden spent Wednesday Evening Preaching 7:30 p. m. I IJ
in West Elm Beach. BRIDGE CLUB i Sermon by the Pastor.

Ic / ----:- I I11rs. Midweek Service 'every Wednesday J COURSE i iy
':' Mr. an/Mrs. W. H. Lanier spent John Elmore entertained I at 7:30 p. m. -

Sunday ij Miami. They accompanied members of the weekly bridge, club

Mr. ILanier's brother, R. W. at her home on "Wednesday' afternoon WANTED: By the pastor of the y \ t

r Lanier, has recently been ap- Mrs. A. C. Wells won high Baptist Church, one hundred per- y't.Y

pointed Uho agent for the score and Mrs. F. F. Durrence low sons to attend church this Sunday I \ .h.t.Y .

A. C. Miami.Mr. score.
evening to hear the sermon called I
t .. '
r Delightful refreshments were "Will You Be OneV'ell, will .. .
ind Mrs O. A. Jones haveas I I ..
served by Mrs.' Elmore to Mrs. you? y
thej'' house guests Mrs. Jones' Wells, Mrs. Durrence, Mrs. R. C. WIANTED: By the Baptist y .
brothei'' and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Mrs. t
Nowling, Hayes, Church, twenty-five unfnlisted'Bap- i.I
Mrs. laul Briant and their two Glen Etherton, Mrs. A. C. Carlton, : tists to join the church during "En-
baby ins, of Jacksonville, and Mrs. Mrs. V. C. Woodward and Mrs. R.I listment Month:" Must be willingto !I Ii_: Open to the Public :

-" Briants De'atur' mother, Mrs. T. K. Crane, M. Hare, Jr. I live for Christ and help in the j I
of Georgia. I
;/ work of the church. Apply at any .
MyersMillerMiss Sunday service. "Will you be one?" y
! ',' Mn. H. L. Delaney returned to WANTED: One hundred persons; y

her jome 4n LaBelle Sunday aftera Margaret Jayue Miller be- to read this column and pass it on y y
w'ek here at the home of, her to their ,neighbors. Tell Y. f't.
the bride of Shelley William
daugiter, Mrs. H. H. Turner. Mrs. .-11111'1 ..t.Y .
friends about the services and invite 't.
Myers in a candlelight ..
who suffered a heart at-
5 o'clock yesterday in the Pres- them to come. "Will you be. Y
tac $during her visit, was much im- byterian church. The impressivering one?" y f

L proved. .. ceremony was performed by Missionary Society Meets TuesdayThe l. .?.
t! oft Dr. William Graham Kennedy in bi-monthly meeting of the Women's :: Moderate Green Fees :;
Kr. and Mrs. W. L.
the of relatives and Missionary Society will be
Lavrenceburg, Indiana, spent Mon- presence : y:
friends. held on Tuesday afternoon, Febru- Exceptional Fairways
daf with Rev. and Mrs. :Forest C. -
ary 14th at three-thirty at the 't'
The bride attractive
s,) Taylor. Mr. Tebbs has been in an young :: Interesting Greens
church. This is the business meet- ;
woman, was givenin marriage by
t'- C wiston before but this was the :
ing and every member is expectedto : '
her Amos Bolick. Sho
visit for Mrs. Tebbs. The

F FE 4'r' Tebbs first and for the Taylors have been wore blue a tailored with white'spring accessories.suit of 'powder The- I served attend.and all Refreshments ladies are invited will be to .'.6t...............................................................................................(.................:............................................................... II
many years. be Mrs.
present. A. R. Broadfoot
fiends was fashioned with stand-up

Among those attending the shoulders and the skirt was made

movies I in Clewiston Sunday a'fter- with four gores. Her corsage was

boon were Mr. and Mrs. T.V.. white sweet peas. Miss Kathryn

Weeks, Roger Weeks, Mrs. I. E. Miller, sister of the bride, was her ON HilLS ?
!Scott, Irene Scott, Mr. and Mrs. J. maid of honor and was dressed ina

,M. Couse, Jo Ann Couse, Mrs.' V. white sharkskin suit with navy

Gram, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Morgan, and white accessories. She wore a
all of Moore Haven. corsage of pink roses. W. L. Brownof
Clewiston was the best man and

t .AIRS. HERMAN SCIlARX ERG Allen Miller and Duncan Myers were

Preceding the ceremony Miss

Herman Scharnberg enter- Genevieve Morris, at the organ,

tained Wednesday afternoon with 'abridge played "Berceuse" from Jocelyn,
complimenting Mrs. Grace Schubert's Serenade, and "Largo"

Patterson and Miss Abbie Metzer, of by Handel. She also played the

Emporium, Penn., who are visiting traditional wedding marches for the
their sister, Mrs. Tom Hurst. processional and recessional. Pot-

Miss Metzer and Mrs. Hurst were ted palms formed a background of G40o },

given linen fingertip towels as green for all white baskets holding

guest prizes, Mrs. Bessie Elliott received gladioli in pastel shades. Can U R CAoo
delabra holding lighted white tap-
hose as high prize, Mrs.
Deane Duff a guest towel as second ers were arranged among the palms
prize and Mrs. Lawrence Rodriguez and about the altar, casting a soft

I a picture as 'consolation. light over the scene.
'; Guests included Mrs. Grace Patterson Mrs. Myers, daughter of O. H.

Miss Abbie Metzer, Mrs. Miller of Miami and the late Mrs. 1 .
Lawrence Miller, was graduated from Fort
: Rodriguez, Mrs. Frank
., Rodriguez, Mrs. Tom Hurst, Mrs. E. Myers high school with the class
C. Mills, Mrs. F. Deane Duff, Mrs. of '38 and the groom, son of Mr. .

-., W. C. Prewitt, Mrs. J. D. Bruce, and Mrs. Clark S. Myers of Brad j/
,: Mrs. E. P. Mutrux, Mrs Bessie Elliott enton, was graduated from the .'

and Mrs M.. Meluh. Bradenton high school with the
class of '29 and attended tho University -
.MRS. E. T. HURST ENTERTAINS of Florida. He is assistant
COMPLIMENTING GUESTSI freight agent at Clewiston. The
young couple returned to Clewiston
I, j !\ n. T. Hurst entertained with immediately following the wedding.
a delightful dessert bridge at the Miss Miller entertained Mr. and Mrs.

Barracks Tuesday afternoon com Myers, Mr. and Mrs. Brown and
Hugh Blanchett at dinner at her
plimenting her guests, Mrs. Grace .
., Patterson and Miss Abbie Metzer. home in Seminole Park.-Ft. Myers

Mrs. H. J. B. Scharnberg, winnerof Newt-Press.

high prize, received a lovely and VALVES
.. cheese plate, Mrs. B. P. Luce a Fiesta !'-

t_ salad set as low prize, and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Elder are Ly111C ZI4 INCREASES POWER SAVES WEAR -
I Lawrence Rodriguez a pocket flashlight parents of an eight-pound baby Mow

\ as, cut prize. Linen hand daughter, wljo was.\ born on Sunday, ... .. '.. ,
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CHAPTER IX-Continued "Don't do that. Don't do' that," absent expression. It was as near "Don't tell me. It might hurt b hind.
-15- protested Mr. Gormine.. "That as she had come to speaking to,him my 'feelings." \:

"Go right on," continued Gloria, would be most unfortunate." since Holmes' revelations."I'm "And for a girl of your breedingand :
"with anything you have to say con- "I see," said the girl thoughtfully. off it," asserted Moby Dick- your antecedents=oh, any fool .c..V1\tI ,

cerning A. Leon and little Marion. "You haven't told him you were stein. "This is no place for me. I could tell!" he insisted angrily as,
coming to about it." think I'll wire the Big Fella and be
Just speak up. You'll not hurt my see me I suppressing a of astonishmentshe WNervice.T.PSto.
feelings." "No; I haven't. From all pointsof i moving to the Park House." undertook gasp to interpolate-"for
interest, this would better remaina "If a car ca'n get through," 'quali-
"Are there likely to be any unfortunate your kind of girl to have to fake
matter between and fied Martin Holmes. "The road this
sequelae to your mutual' you me. and wheedle and'cheat "
imprudenceblurted out Mr. Gor- "O-kay, Judge. That suits the in- side of the turn looks as if the bot- -
mine. jured party. So come through." tom had ,dropped clean out:" haven't wheedled, broke in

For a moment"she was honestly "What is your best offer, Miss Moby retired to gather his be- Marne, "flaming. "And I haven'tcheated. -
Van Stratten Gloria and Martin .
like ? longings. wentto Gardrners
puzzled. "Sequelae? Sounds "
Gloria thought it over. "Now, I'll the kitchen to inspect supplies. "Nor faked? ;said Kelsey quietly. \
those, wigglers find in ponds.
you tell you what I'll ,do, Big Boy. I'll Stepping out on the porch for a look "Are, you talking to me about
"Results. I mean a-a child, take a chance. I'll sign off for twen- at the sullen skies, Marne was followed faking?." '!
asked the badgered interrogator in "Well, it's tragic. You must need
I ty-five grand. Not a cent less. Comeon by her screen-lover. S
an agonized half-whisper. ; what d'you say?" "Look here," he began without ydur job terribly, to do it." Dis- Flowers for Purpose ,:

There was an idea! This bird was "It's outrageous. It's extortion.But preface. "Do you want me to couragement darkened his face. flowers for
full of them. Gloria would never I'll go to fifteen thousand and leave?" "However, you make it plain that GARDENERS for beautifl- I:!

have 'thought of that, herself. It that is positively final." "Why should I?" she answered, you don't need any help from me. cation of the yard, oboth. To be

opened up limitless possibilities. She "Zowiel I Cash deal." taken off-guard. Then annoyed at or, at least that you won't take it. 'certain of .an abundice of :

had an inspiration' "You would hardly expect me to herself, amended, it to "Why should Would you get along better if I ers for cutting thxjghout flow:1:1
"How can I tell-yet?" she mur- have that amount on ?" left?" I
my person. you growing months, hyever, the
mured. "No checks. They bounce." "To clear the atmosphere." She cocked an ear at the roaring need
gardener only
"That seems to bring matters to "This is Wednesday. I will return "It is a bit thick." creek. "Leaving the sinking- .of three four of Ant t packets
a standstill for. the present" ,said, here next Monday with the cash "Two weeks of it would make it a house?" she inquired."I flowers following r

he, utterly dispirited. and the papers for your signature." lot thicker." get the analogy. Thanking : i i

Gloria found herself in strong disagreement "Sounds fair. But you'll agree to "Beyond endurance. But after on behalf of self and fellow rats you-" Annuals-Snapdrago. aster-, ca- t ......j
with this view. She was say nothing to A. Leon in the mean- all," she continued with an effectof "No lendula, calliopsis, canytuft, car /1
for action, immediate and definite. time." striving to be fair about it, "thisis hand ; please! I'm sorry. Her nation, bachelor butto cosmos, ,

"Oh, not necessarily" she mur- "Certainly. And you?" your place. Temporarily, any- "That shot wasn't out fair.to touch" his sleeve. dahlia, larkspur, annal lupin, i

mured. "That goes for me, too. One more how. I should be the one to leave." "Not quite. I'm marigold, nasturtium,' slpiglossisand i
The lawyer hesitated. But be- thing. Don't show around here againtill "You've got a stake in staying," sticking. zinnia. I
neath that spinsterish exterior was you come with the cash Then he pointed out. "From what Gloria For quite a while; in fact, to the Perennials: -Columbini coreop-

dogged courage to pit against the finish, if I'm any judge, wasMarne's sis, gaillardia grandifloi, peren-

mortification of the spirit. :"'Cvd ka;<9'jJ!tv"0# ,k:5>,.,! I i marked silent thought as she nial lupin, pyrethrum (painted, ;I

"Cannot this unhappy compli- ,, :' '' i .:::. the outthrust "of his jaw."Moby's daisy), and shasta daisy.
cation"be arranged on a financial YS.J: ?>ytrytai:5,;. fed"He's pvith leaving it, this she volunteered after- For earliest'bloom, the following \i
are recommended b i
: Harry t
if he "
noon can get through.
The words were soft music to A. Joy, flower expert: Ccliopsis, :.
Gloria's waiting ears. She per- The question of traffic was solved candytuft and calendula,'among >

formed a rapid mental calculation. after luncheon by the arrival of a the annuals, and coreops;, del-
Damages for her own violated con- particularly trim and smart road- phinium and pyrethrum,
tract she set down at the modest ster. From it stepped a pink and the perennials. among

estimate of five thousand dollars. : fattish man who stared uncertainly For
late-blooming cut ,flwers
Then there was Marne; she cer- about him until he caught sight of zinnia gailirdia,
grow marigold, ,
tainly was due for a cut, if only Moby Dickstein emerging for a look"at
snapdragon, aster, cosmos, I8h1ia !
iii the
& dripping heavens.
for the use of her name, not to men- s and larkspur.
tion the abuse of her reputation.Say 4 "Hullo and all hail and all that,"
another five grand. A flash .il 2 said the arrival. "Do you belong I

luminated her receptive,and highly here?"

stimulated mind. Martin Holmes! "Yop," answered Moby, suspiciousof WORLDS

,The real Templeton Sayles That the stranger. "What got you LARGEST 10( )
bird had certainly had a raw deal. past the No Admittance sign?" )
Besides, she liked him. Why not "I want to see ,Miss Van Strat- SELLER AT ;

cut a piece of cake for him, while ten."
she was about it? Her decision was "Oh, you do! Do you know her?" e

made. She would shoot for twenty- "Certainly, I know-her." GENUINE
five thousand and split it three ways. "Know her long?"

Thus everybody would be happy, except "Since she was a kid," repliedthe

Mr. Gormine, who didn't count. newcomer. Partisans

Miss Glamour was nothing if not Moby leaned forward, lowering Moderators of opinion are oft!n
fair-minded. his voice to an eager and confidential -
useful but the
glory or the shane
appeal. "What about her? On
A. Leon
Snydacker's representative belong to partisans.-Harper.
repeated his anxious query. "An the up-and-up, now; ; what is she?"

equitable financial basis," he sup- "Apparently she's the star of this
plemented. y crazy performance. Mr. Liggett
4. Morse grinned.
"Why not?" said Gloria
"Yeah. But what she
bly."Ah "I'll go fifteen thousand and that is positively final." I fore?" was be- s'0 h

where.!"Now we are arriving some- telephone and I'll meet you in the has told me, you need the, salary." "Miss Marion Norman Van Strat-

village" Gloria had no idea of tak- "We-ell, it's handy and pleasant," ten," returned the other. explicitly., 7
"Maybe we are and maybe wearen't. ing risks with her project, by giv- she admitted."I "What's the idea?" GIVESATISFACTION

., It "depends.. -What's' your ing him a chance to see the real think I'd better tell you some- "Can that bunk. I'm asking you, GUARANTEED!

proposition' ? Miss Van Stratten. thing," he pursued after some hesi- on the level. If you'don't, knowsay;
He reflected. "We might go as "Very good." I tancy. so. Blackman'i Medicated LIck-A-Brtk
high as a thousand dollars," he said "I ought to know. As the Blackman's Stock PowderBlackman's
"It's a deal," cried Gloria, with I "For my own good, I suppose. star of Cow Tonic
weightily. an irrepressible skip.CHAPTER. I "He flushed at her tone but went this fool show "she's my invention, Blackman' Hog Powder
"Pfooie! said Gloria. resolutely on: "Snydacker is onto 'you might say. Blackman's Poultry Powder
"Do I understand that you decline X the game." "Your invention!" retorted Moby, Blackman's Poultry Tablets
"Which game?" dumbfounded by the impudence of Blackman's Lice Powder t

"You don't understand simple Small streams back 'in the hills "Yours. The Van Stratten bluff.He's this claim. "I invented her. Why, NONE FINER-LOWER COST ;'
arithmetic if you think one grand is I've practically got ,a copyright on
found out that it's a plant. GET RESULTS OR
whispered together by day con- "
for broken her.
money ,my heart. .
"Oh! 'Has he?" The left
spired by night against the .1
"As practical people, let us omit' peace "You're batty," said Mr. Morse, .
her rather than
and of solid thoughtful per- BUY FROM YOUR DEAtER
security the earth. Ra-
the broken heart. What is beginning to be
your annoyed.
suggestion vines which had been dry since the turbed. "How? Did you tell him?
? I "Who's batty? Did r build her up, '. 'II
"Fifty," pronounced Gloria. She memory of local many became "I didn't say how," he returned.He or did you?" '
had figured this as a good starting. sluiceways for little torrents. was not going to give away "Build her up? To what?"
point. Glunk, studying the skies, held Moby Dickstein, drunk ,or sober. "To stardom. That's what. From CHATTANOOGA, TENN.
troubled conference within himself "No I didn't tell him But I
"Fifty thousand dollars?" ; as- practically nothin'."
"Why not?" and put in his spare moments se- sure you, it's true." There was a hurry of footsteps on
cretly tinkering with his flatboat.For "So I'm just 'plain Miss Adelina
"My dear young.woman! It is absurd the stairs. From her window Marne Good or ,Evil
; Outrageous." three days'' and four nightsthe Ashcan to him. As to you. had seen and recognized the car. All that we send into the livesof

"Think of my reputation." downpour never let up. On top "I don't know anything about In an excess of homesickness for others comes back into our F
Mr. Gormine snorted in a moral of weeks of bad weather this turned that, he muttered, reddening her own world she cast herself, upon own.-Edwin Markham. ""

manner. "You should have considered the countryside into a .swampy slither. again."If the plump and receptive neck of'

that before it was too late." Making an early morning tour you don't mind my curiosity" its representative."Oh .
"It's never too late for a jury to of inspection of his drowning prop- why are you telling me this? Liggy!" she cried and
consider it." erty, the owner of Holmesholm returned He stared out into the storm. hugged him. OUT OF SORTS ?
from the lake front carryingon "You've had a pretty tough job of "
"We might go to twenty-five hun- "Who is this guy? demanded Mo
it here," he said slowly. "You'vehad Here Is Amazing Relief for
his shoulder a small canoe witha
dred, said Mr. Gormine with a Conditions Due to Sluggish Bowels
painful effort."Chickenfeed.. gaping puncture near the bow. to put up with some'raw stuff, by."The name," said its. owner, "is MwIt you think all lasatlveaCk&
." "Dock gone; boats gone,," he reported including"-he grinned ruefully-"a Liggett Morse." n II/ ; \ye\l.uble nllke lust laatira try this

"Five thousand." Desperatelyand to the depressed ,company, pretty rotten actor opposite you. On "He says he invented you," stated ,u5acS invigorating.- 'r Dependable Bo mild thorough.relief from refreshing
gathered for breakfast. "Lake's the whole, you've been game aboutit. elclc headaches, bilious spells, Urcd feeling when
through a constricted throat. the aggrieved First Assistant. associated with constipation.UKlhnirt \
"Nothing doing!" higher than I've ever seen it. I I don't like to see you get the Marne returned to earth and'said: nlUlOUC Risk get druggist.a 25o Make box::of the NR test rn'm;-'your then --

"Very well, then; seven thousand. picked this"-He set the damagedcanoe worst of it. How matters stand be- OIl expect he is responsible for my If not delighted, return the box:: to us. We will
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lady in your position." "I don't see any break." business- .
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young lady in my condition?" the lake are moving out. I hear way to back up your bluff and car- The Solomons, 900 miles north i

"I will go to ten. That is positively that Becker Brook dam is overflow ry on, you'd better get busy on it east of Australia, are among the 6-39
my last word." ing. Oh, well; the worst that could before the mighty A. Leon gets most remote of the Pacific islands;

It was,time for strategic, modifi happen to 'us is to be marooned for back." yet save ,for the Ladrones, and per- relievesCOLDS
cations. "Thirty is mine." a "while." ,"For ,a gentleman who has been haps the Marshalls, they were the .. !
He rose.'I"Perhaps, you will see, "It would be perfectly sweet to be living.,on another man's alias," she earliest. found by Europeans. They ,
after a night's ,sleep the exorbitance shut in for a couple of weeks with ,taunted; '''you'seem' awfully, particular were discovered by adventurersfrom 6 6 6 first daTa I

of your demands." this, congenial company," remarked about who I am." Peru, who, thirsting for more Headachesand '\ ,
"Nothing doing." She sighed. "1 Marne. "Noah's ark, with the ani "I don't care who you are or why gold heard rumors of a continent Feve ';\j
suppose .I'd better get.in. touch, with. mals not too carefully selected." you're, pretending tobe someone close by to the west. Lost for 200 LIQUID, TABLETS due to Colds
A. Leon tomorrow and give him the Her ,glance drifted 'to"Kelsey Hare you-aren't- ," .he- broke out.' "What years they' were rediscovered in SALVE, NOSE DROPS In SO minutes.

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H, OUR COMIC SECTION Required Some EffortSir

i (JJj: Cecil Fitch on his trip to

Hollywood; told the story of a chap
who suddenly got rich somehow.One .
Make. Sure of This: .day a piano was delivered at
, There is no abundant life that his cottage. A neighbor said on' :
: is to come out of "somebody seeing it arrive: I

;,-, I ': ( else's" efforts. D r Snoopier I 0 "You're fair swankin'. But you
;I Children with grandpas and won't keep that long, mark me!"
::. grandmas learn that there are The very next day the newly.
t., two views of what their par- rich chap wheeled his piano out on
': ents regard as misbehavior. a hand cart and started down the

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swell his chest and strut aroundas a-- he saw him: "I told you you
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Bitting Challenges bins, Leiter and Wethington. I i'Arthur B. Hale, Tampa and Tallahassee J. O. Horning, mother of Jack Fred H. Schwenn, a Spanish War ,

Pahokee Boys: Belyeu and Pea- ;, Chairman of the State Horning, president of the Gulf- Veteran, living at StT Cloud, reports J

cock, forwards; Stevens, center; Road Department; W. McL. Christie, stream racing track at Hollywood growing sweet potatoes as large as I '+,

(Continued from page 1) Alspaugh and Spooner, guards. Jacksonville, speaker of'the 1937 which closed this week. As soon'as 36 pounds each. Seed for these ti

ly-worded clashes with agricultural Tigers: Hare and Waldron, for- I House of Representatives, Florida the news came to Mrs, Horning in potatoes come from India. f
department solicitors.Mr. wards, Brantley, center; Owen and I Legislature; Harry Fanuin, Panama Fort Myers she left immediately for

Bitting's action 'came after Solicitor Winn, guards; Ford, VonMach :and I I City; D. C. Coleman, Miami, Miami. .. ........
John H. Bagwell, presiding of-
Brantley, substitutes. Dade County Sheriff; L. C. Leedy, The Maroc, which spent the
ficer ruled to intro-
out .attempts
Orlando, member of the.House. of night at the city dock Sunday nightis 1

duce booklets written, by.Mr.; Bitting School: Representatives, Florida. Legisla- said to be the same yacht which. 1 p
New -
and other data which were held ir Type
created stir in
ture. a Washington re-
relevant. Mr. Bitting's earlier argu- t
The General Committee's 'headquarters cently when officials were accusedof 1

duced ments on that a sugar,basis of should efficiency be pro-and (Continued from page one) are in suite 208 Adair using it, a government boat at ALA A6our ; Bll S "
the time, for private parties.
white. in Jacksonville with HarryW.
his- present building Building 'S
present records, rather than \
Location has not been definitely Bowen as Executive Secretary. .
torical precedent, was interruptedas -\_
decided but it is consideredlikely -lug
upon %
to for his
an attempt procure I
that it will be built just east Road 29 SOUTHWEST FI.ORID.P A I R
corporation larger sugar 'production Project
at the expense of Louisiana allot- of the present building near the

ments. proposed site for the other new Completed FridayMoore Announcem@nt was, made todayby

Questioning_ right of Secre-f building.Mr. C. P. Heuck, secretary of the
tary Wallace to act in the matter, Miner says that the bonds Southwest Florida Fair to be held ,

Mr. Bitting said: "We are mak-/will be sold as soon as possible and ( Haven Democrat) in Fort Myers February 21st to

ing no idle gesture in our requestsfor when the building is designed by The surfacing the first sectionof 25th, that Captain Frank Cushing's ,

greater production requirements.We the architect there will be no hold Road 29, from Wise's Corner to i j Thrill Circus Death's Holiday would

are bidding for privileges and up to construction. He states that Lakeport was completed last Fri- furnish the grandstand attractionsat

opportunity to carryon in good he believes the proposed building day and part of the equipment of I the Fair. ( )
will take of the needs of the Headed Frank Gushing -
faith with our associates and thou- care by Captain : .... --
sands of employes who look' to us community for several years as the Ebersbach Construction Company, I a veteran dare-devil of sixteen ;? "

for their livelihood as well as our present auditorium in the school contractors on the road left over I years experience, the acts will in- ADS ARE NEWS

good neighbors who desire to pro- will then be converted into class the week-end for a new project. A j elude death defying stunts in automobiles -

duce sugar for their fellow Amer- rooms. When the building is ad- portion of the crew will remain, .j aerial performances atop Printed In Big Type
vertised for bids Mr. Miner is 171 foot pole by' Miss Marjorie ,
icans. however, for at least thirty days for [ SUGr a-0 l""

"Wje intend to exhaust every hopeful that every local contractorwill maintenance of the project beforeit j'i I Bailey, "The Sky Lady"; a Slide for L

legitimate means to accomplish that tender a bid. is taken over by the state. j jI I Life by Arthur Dunn from a tower _---- "">

objective. Since we want no elementof The board at their meeting also 100 feet high down a 600 foot
Very little change was made in'
surprise to inject itself into this agreed to borrow funds from the.I I.wire; a high dive into a five-foot
the grade at any point, most of the :
proceeding it is only fair we now First Bank of Clewiston for the ; I pool of water, the surface being
preliminary work being the clean-
advise in the friendliest terms payment of teachers and instructed : i covered with blazing'gsoline FOR SALE
you of f
I Ing of ditches, building some
possible that if the authority to Superintendent S. A. Graves to, notify new ditches, filling in' low placesto I other .breath-taking acts, as wellas

grant our plea for existence is not i all- district trustees to have a'uniform several clown numbers. The show -
bring the road to
act of their teacher recommendations ready will last one hour and thirty min
to be found within the sugar grade. Several new pipe culverts I Lunch and bar equipment including -
1937, we with that determinationborn by April 1 so that the board might utes.
concrete cattle ; restaurant-size electric
were placed, one refrigerator -
of the need for self preserva- have all teachers hired before the Captain Frank Cushing has play.
and stools, chairs tables
guard at the Shackleford place ,
tion will test the validity of that end of the term.Representative. 'I ed at the Centennial Exposition in
the counters, display steam
one concrete bridge: across open- case, ,
act and particularly its application Elbert L. Stewart Dallas, Texas, and other large expositions -
ing to government culvert No. 5A / cooker, glass percolators, griddle,
. was present at the meeting of the i and fairs, and throughouthis
to the Everglades. I
fans, ceiling fan dishes
near the north side of Nicodemous $3Z0;
After Mr. Bitting' concluded his request of the board and for him dare devil stunts has made
Not sold
Slough. Base'material used was separately at this
testimony, Frank L.' Baker, chair- members ,of the board reviewed the I I newspaper headlines throughoutthe price.
native marl which was secured from
man of the Louisiana Committee of cost of school operations over the United States."A *
borrow pits furnished by the coun-
10, offered a seven-point counter past two years and expressed their .
ty at easily accessible points near
proposal on behalf of the Louisiana outlook for the present and future the W.. C. Oates

processors. terms., They pointed out that the highway.: Day in Old Spain," 'sponsoredby
H. E. Lewis, for
project engineer
i Murphy Bill ,had cut into their the Federated Garden Clubs of 1037 Crawford St. Fort Myers
Baker's program, which stressedthe I the state, estimates that he and his
revenue and that they would wind I St. Augustine, will be held in the :
need of not including the car-! engineering will be here for
this with $5,000 deficit.Mr. Oldest City March 24th.
i up year a ]
ryover from 1938 as part of the another six weeks to supervise workon I ,
Stewart was requested as rep- ,
sugar, allotment for this year, fol- shoulders and ditches and other --------- ,..- I
resentative to check on race track II -
lows: things preparatory to final acceptance -I
money distributed for the county
1. That carryovers be allowedto the state.NAUTICAL I !-_
by '
and see if the schools should not I "':-,
be sold in 1939 without affection
receive a larger share next year $> ,
f '
allotments. ::;
I when more teachers will be necessary -' NOTES
2. Accept government figuresas -
to estimated yields. major repairs on several buildings '
will be needed and a larger
;3., Quotas alloted to individual
bus for the (By "Knotts") ..
firms and corporations rather thanto necessary Clewiston I \/ .
(Mocre Haven Democrat)
school. Mr. Stewart was very attentive -I y
mills. Dr. E. G. Simmon's yacht, "Snsai
to the plea and promised to i
4. Processors can assign their McK," of New Orleans was the first
make a thorough investigation.
quotas to others if they desire. floating tourist ,last Thursday. This

5.- That carryover sugar for 1938 was' followed by the cruiser "Vir-

can be sent to refinery and placedin 55 County Residents I ginia.. III" of Gibson Island, Md.

warehouses for next year rather Both craft were on the way to Mi
than be held at mills. Apply O. A. Assistance ami. s, lrJSOUTHWEST

6.. That Audubon school and
On Friday" the "Alice Belle,
Louisiana State University be given
shrimp smack, of Fernandina was
quotas of 600 tons regardless of Jacksonville, Feb. 8.Special) III
I the only craft to use the waterway
others, as these two schools do During the 18-month period from
She was en route to Morgan City,
much to benefit industry with ex- i. July 1, 1937, when the State Welfare La.

periments. Board was inducted into office FLORIDA

7. That allotments be based 75 to December 31, 1938, the end Saturday the "Tia Juana," 6 ton

per cent on production and 25 per of the last calendar year, 85 resi- cruiser of Palm Beach made the Feb. Ji Fort

cent on marketing as a measure to dents of Glades County applied for : crossing from' Palm Beach to Key
ft l J
give more protection to growers. Old Age Assistance, it was annouced West. Myers

The Louisiana delegations had here'this week from state headquarters I Just after midnight Saturday the

claimed that including carryover I of the board. On January tug "Dragon" with three 125 ft., Educational, Industrial and Agricultural Exposition 'featuring:

from last year in this year's quotas 1, 1939, there were 6 applications 180 ton barges and the "R. H. Mc- products of Charlotte, Collier, Glades. Hendry and Lee counties. )

would close many of the mills as pending.The Elray, Jr.", an old type stern paddle )
Tuesday, Feb. 21 Children's Day, school children of the five <
the 'allotments in some cases were I statistics show that duringthe wheel river boat in tow passed counties admitted free.

not much 'asthe first fiscal June through on the to ,
as sugar which the year ending way WXlmington
Feb. 22
Wednesday, Dog: Show in afternoon. .
mills now have on hand. i 30, 1938, 77 applications were received N. C. This was followed early Sun- :
Special poultry exhibit, featuring all types.
this number being sup- clay by the "Bee Gee II," cruiser,
Livestock exhibit, featuring Southwest Florida's finest. '
plemented by an additional 8 applications -' of Sarasota on ''a fishing trip to Lake
Tigers Defeated 2 -19- the succeeding six month: Okeechobee returning to Sarasota Special Grandstand Acts afternoon and night:

In the eighth welfare district in the evening. Later in the day Crescent Amusement Co. rides and shows on the Midway.C. .

(Continued From Page One) 2,498 applications were received' : came the "Lady Jean," yacht, of P. HEUCI Secretary-Manager.:

and Owen, guards. Von Mach sub- during the, 18 months, with 331 Pine Orchard, Conn., to Miami. This :: -- '. -.
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bed at forward, Vaughn at center applications pending as of January was followed by "Arfrabidi" cruiserof -- ---..._,- 1"' -:>-,-....... f

and Ford at guard. 1, 1939. Miami, "Mary" cruiser' of New

Alva Girls: L. Shepard, Griffin December, 1938, case load of 34- York and "Flight," cruiser of Mi- )

and Munden, forwards; O. Flynn, 130, with 8,159 applications pend- ami Beach, all bound for Fort rlt

V. Shepard and Styles, guards. Sub- ing is an indication of the potentialase ers. The "Flight" spent Sunday

stitutions were Dyess, Pierce, Watk- load. night at the government slips with I about time to ..:

ins, Edwards and V. Flynn., Clewis- There were 8,416 applications the yacht "Mobjack" of Mathews,

ton: Bethea, Pullen and Von Mach, pending in the state on June 30, Va., due to the crowded condition temind
you. ... ,
forwards; Bailey, Johnson and Rob- 1937, and 10,912 persons were then at the city docks where the Q IMVSTMW'ro

bins, guards. Substitutions were enrolled. During the administration "Maroc," 93 foot, 127 ton yacht and

Hooker, Wethington and Leiter. of the present board, 42,049 two tenders of Robert Busby. Miami -

Pahokee Wins Two applications have been received, were berthed with a couple of

The Tigers and Tigerettes invaded 27,982 of which were approved and other craft. yr G v sooo.ro ; t
9 .
the court of the Pahokee high 14,324 rejected, with 8,159 pend- Late Monday evening the cruiser CF Q ,,'

school teams on Tuesday night and ing as of December ,31, 1938. The "Marlin" passed through on the CD t

lost both games, the girls by a total number of applications sub- way to her home port of St. Peters-

score .of 32-16 and the boys by 43- ject to investigation by district burg from Brooklyn where she was

20. welfare board visitors was 50,465. built. YOU can't afford to procrastinate -.

In the girls' game Jordan, Pa Removals from the rolls by death Tuesday the cruiser "Navigation" much longer in starting to save .'

hokee forward with thirteen pointswas transfer suspension numbered of the U. S. Navigation Service

high scorer and Hooker' of the 4,764.In passed through en route to Miami. portion of your income..and: invo:;; '

Tigerettes was second with eight. January of this year the number -I Wednesday morning the tug c.\J\\\\t
it wisely... during productive
Bethea added six and Pullen two enrolled had increased. 34- "Robert M. Hope" of Mobile, Ala., 'fflSi** ,

for the local team. In the boys' 868 who received for the month the went through towing two new RPtE, o \ years. The slogan/Save and Nave : ,

game Belyeu and Stevens tied with aggregate hie sum of $482,263, or at barges each 120 feet long and \J\ 6'; may be old-fashioned, but: the sensible ;;
thirteen points each for high and rate of almost $6,000,000 per weighing 180 tons, on the way to

Alspaugh with twelve ran them a year, half of which was in Norfolk, Va. She expects to mak Accou-l's people that follow it are the

close second. The high Tiger scor- grants and half in state federa'I I four more trips towing two barges ,S A.3 happy ones you meet. We'll gladly:
er was a three-way tie between rived from the beverage tax. each trip. Late in the day two

Hare, VonMach and Owen, each I I; cruisers, the "Barbette" of New ,t* .NNE" help you with our time-tried, sago f

with four, points. I F. D. Duff To Head- York and the "Jac-A-Leah" of Fort and profit:?'?''? savings pa.! : :

The line-ups: Pahokee Girls: Lauderdale arrived en route to Fort

Thames, Salvatore and Jordan, for- Myers and spent the night at the \

wards; Larick, Padgett and Pad- (Continued rom page 1) city docks. .

gett, guards; subs were Padgett, I Democratic Executive Committee Sorry the old stern paddle wheel

Mitchell, Armstrong, Thames and I and T. T. Turnbull, Chairman of boat passed through) at night as Clewiston Federal Savings .

Doman. Clewiston Girls: Pullen, the Florida State Democratic Ex- quite a few of us would have liked

Bethea and Hooker, forwards; ecutive Committee. i to see it. Reminiscent of old days j .

Johnson, VonMach and Bailey, In this year's program the Congressional on the lower Caloosahatchee. -_ ; and Loan Associationi"AGE ./

guards;N-eubs Bailey, Pullen, Rob- District. Chairmen. ., art; The "Flight" is owned, by Mrs, 1I "
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