The Clewiston news
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: February 24, 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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l At Experiment StationThe On
Tuesday Night


annual cattleman's field day Clarence R. Bitting, president of

; COMMITTEE MEMBER will be held next Friday, March 3, SUCCESSIVE GAMESThe the United States Sugar Corporation -
at the Everglades Experimental will be host to the key men
Station, two miles west of Belle of the organization at a dinner 'at

Hon. Elbert L. Stewart, Hendry Glade' at two o'clock in the af- Clewiston Tigers ran their. the, Clewiston Inn 'Tuesday night. State Senator David Elmer Wardof

county representative, as a member ternoon according to a notice received string of victories to ,three in a This annual affair is held each year Fort Myers was the guest speaker -

of the informal Ways and Means this week from M. U. Mounts, row with a defeat of"the Fort shortly before the close of the crop at the regular meeting of the
i Palm Beach agent.A Myers Juniors 38-13 on the Fort season at which time bonuses are Parent-Teacher's Association at the
\ Committee named by the Speaker- third steer feeding experimentis Myers court Friday night and a distributed to. those whose work has school auditorium on 'Tuesday night
Designate of the 1939 Legislature, justified such a bonus. and his fine
nearing its close and Mr. Mounts 15-13 victory over the strong, Jup- I I address was enjoyedby
Pierce Wood, met with the other states that he is certain many iter team there on Tuesday. The The dinner will climax a day of a nice group of school patronsand

twenty-four members of the committee South Florida cattlemen will be I Tigerettes also played each time activity for the directors of the faculty members. His subjectwas

i in Jacksonville on Monday interested in observing the resultsof I but were defeated by Jupiter 33-1" corporation who will arrive here "Juvenile Delinquency".
i this work. The program has beenso and tied Fort Myers 1818. the first of the week for an inspection Senator Ward, who for several
t ; T ', and Tuesday of last week to discuss planned as to eliminate, so far Hare, with fourteen points, was trip over the properties and years was county judge in Lee

I I'; 1 the financial condition of the : as possible, general discussions, high scorer in the rout of the for a directors' meeting. They will county and judge fo the juvenile

state departments and to organize leaving more time for observing Fort Myers team and Brantley and be joined by other distinguished court was more than fitted from

i i for an extensive study of the taxing experiments.A Owen each added eight points. El- guests in their tour of the company his varied experience for an excel-
i lis was high point scorer for the properties. which will be climaxed lent treatment of his subject.In .
to the opening of field inspection will be
needs prior trip
Fort Myers team with ,four. In with a visit to the sugar house in beginning his talk Senator
the legislative session. The meet- made of the pastures and herds, I the .
afternoon.A Ward
the Jupiter game Brantley tied stated that the parents and
the third of the steer feeding
ing was called at the suggestionof year with Jenkins of Jupiter for high special program of entertain-I teachers are mutually interested in
Mr. Wood and immediately the experiment will be reviewed and scoring honors with six each while ment is being arranged featuring I one thing, the child, and said thatit
the fifty steers will be ready for
I. Bill Owen added five for Clewis- talent from the plantations and was unfortunate that probably:
group was divided, into five sub- sale'and will be inspected and discussed -
ton. The latter game was a nip from the office and sugar house those parents who would most ben-
committees and set about their re- as to conformation and
and tuck battle which was not decided employes. Roy Fisher's Serenaders efit from what he had to say were,
spective duties. Mr.: Stewart was slaughter house grade. until the closing seconds of will furnish orchestra music dur- not included in the group present.He .

,. named on the Social Welfare com All cattlemen and persons inter- the game. ing the dinner and for the enter- stated that statistics show
ested in cattle are invited to attend tainers. Miss Ruth Bartlett, well-
I mittee.Mr. The line-up for the Tigers at Fort eighty percent of major crimes to
.. Wood, in' addressing the com- this meeting. Myers was: Hare and Waldron, 'for- known radio soloist on Station be committed by those under thir-

.. mittee, explained that the purpose wards; Brantley, center, Wlnn and WJNO will be featured as vocalist. ty years of age but that from the

of the appointments and duties of Owen, guards. Vaughn, VonMach, I standpoint of juvenile delinquencythey

the committees was to inquire into MUSIC INSTRUCTORSHOLD Ford and D. Owen did some nice were concerned only with those

the financial affairs of the several relief work. In the Jupiter game RED CROSS ROLL children seventeen years of age and
ascertain under. He told of his
state departments and to the experiencewith
line-up was the same and the
the amount and methods by which MEETING HERE substitutes saw action with the exception juvenile delinquency and stat-
{i funds are secured as well as the of Dick Owen. CALL COMPLETEDMrs. ed that while the punishment of
methods used in expending such older criminals was rarely suc-
In the girls' game with Fort
funds.In Mrs. Lallie McKenzie, senior high Myers, Pullen, Bethea ,and Von cessful and each case was handledat
commenting on the committeeand school music instructor of Palm Mach tied for scoring honors with R. Y. Patterson, chairmanof a tremendous cost to the tax-

its purpose ,:Mr. Stewart stated Beach and Miss Marjorie Lewis, six points each while Collins of the '\Clewiston Chapter of the payer, that each juvenile case was-
that the members of the committeewill elementary music instructor, also handled at an average cost of about
,Fort Myers was high with nine American Red Cross reported this
meet with the various depart- of Palm Beach held a meeting at points, Morgan added six and Sapp, seventeen cents and in the majorityof
ment heads and diligently inquire the Clewiston High School auditor- three. In the Jupiter game Leiter week that the roll call for new cases correction had been suc-

J and check into the financial re- ium on Saturday of last week for scored seven points, Pullen six and members had been closed in Clew- cessful.

quirements. the purpose of ,explaining the use Bethea four for the Clewiston to- I iston and that the chapter had The Senator said that the larger

"We hear," Mr. Stewart said, of 'the new music text. books whichare tal "of thirteen. Wood of Jupiterwas I gone, "over the top" in member- group of juvenile delinquents were

"on one hand that no new taxes being used ',in"the schools this high with fourteen points and ships. A quota of $100 ,was set for those children whose guardian or
are needed. We hear on the other year for the first time. Hayward added ten. I others responsible for their conduct,
the chapter and a total of $126
:3'-. ; hand that the daily:increase in attendance Teachers of the elementary The Clewiston line-up at Fort had been neglectful and said thatso

;"T I makes it necessary to increase school grades :"of Clewiston and:"sur- Myers wasr-u1Ien--Det1iea' and i-wa- raised. by the Roll !rL committee :often' the' child was. not nearlyso
.) ''the appropriation for public rounding' communities were invit- VonMach, forwards, Leiter, John- from '116 rttfesibers much lcf'"b"Ta'me 'thosevrho,

schools.; that the Welfare Depart- ed to this discussion and the meet- son and Wethington, guards. Bail The roll call, nationally, Is sche- through neglect, allowed the childto
.' ments are in need of additional Ing was well attended. ey and Hooker were the substitu- duled to start Armistice Day and stray from the path he should

funds to carry out the present dis- Those in attendance includedMrs. tions. In the Jupiter game it was close on Thanksgiving but because have followed. He cited the case

c pensation of pensions and other Jimmie Blount, first grade, Bethea, VonMach and Leiter, for- of the fact that Clewiston contrib- of a boy: and another of a girl who

welfare demands; that there is a LaBelle; Miss Alice Steinholtz, sec- wards; Johnson, Hooker and Weth- uted most generously to the New had appeared before him in Fort
clamor for more liberal pensions, with Pul- relief fund priorto Myers. The boy was charged with
ond grade, Clewiston; Miss Inez ington, guards Bailey' and England shortly
child welfare and other activities; Lammons, first grade, Clewiston; len substituting.The this time the roll call was de- larceny and several other offenses.He .

that the state hospital is now over- Mrs. Kathleen Wakefield-: third Clewiston teams will play ferred until the first of the year. asked several leading citizens to

'I crowded and needs additional ap- grade, Clewiston; Kathryn Harris, the boys and girls of Naples High Charles E. Miner was named as help him solve the case and they,

! propriation, the, state tubercular second grade, LaBelle; Nancy Stew- School here- tonight., roll call chairman and was assistedby working together, found that he

I sanitorium needs more money and art, first grade, South Bay; Mrs. Mrs. E. C. Mills, G. Small, Pet- looked upon law enforcement of-
\ the State Road Department is han- Erwin Johnwick, music instructor Kiwanis CelebrateOld er Chagaris and B. E. Herring. ficers as enemies and had never con-

dicapped on account of a shortage, South Bay; Ruth Adams, third There were 116 members enroll sidered them in the role of his pro-

,I of funds., grade, LaBelle; Ernestine Rogers, which included 111 'one-dollar mem- tectors. By gradual training brought
Night visits twice a weekto
"There is now agitation over the fourth grade, LaBelle; Vera Helms, berships, two at five dollars each about through
state for a revamping, clarificationand fifth grade, LaBelle;' Nell Jackman, and three at two dollars each. the citizens' committee and 4o
revision of the entire tax struc- sixth grade, LaBelle; Carol Harris, the police department he had lost
ture and, of course, this will be fifth grade, Clewiston; Livonia Wednesday was "Old Members' this fear and had' evidenced a desire -
one of the important questions faced Congdon, sixth grade, Clewiston; Night" at, the meeting of the Clew- Tigers To Play In for education to the end that

by the 1939 legislature. I am not Evelyn Burhans, fourth grade, Clew- iston Kiwanis Club and severalof he was taught by a matron at odd
i sure that the tax structure needs iston; Carrie Eunice Cartee, third those who have been former District Tournament times and inside of two years wasa

revamping or if we need to revamp grade, LaBelle and Mrs. Mattie members of the club were presentto normal young man. The girl, ar-

the collection machinery to the Thomas, fourth, ,fifth and'sixth hear a splendid address given rested on a charge of moral delinquency -
point of collecting taxes that are J grades, Felda. by Earnest, Metcalfe, lieutenant- The. Clewiston Tigers will ,go to had been taken care of
i ", now levied.' One or the other is governor of Kiwanis from West Miami Beach: On Thursday of next quietly and privately.to the end

: necessary and I am of the opinion Palm Beach. week to enter the eighth district that she was given a new concep-
$40 Is Contributed.To basketball tournament being stag- tion of the meaning of courts and
that if taxes are levied equitablyand Mr. Metcalfe's talk was 'largely
ed in that city and will be matched ]law enforcement.The .
collection enforced the financial on the value of a Kiwanis "Clubto
situation would correct itself. Jackson Day FundF. a community\ and he stated that with the Redlands team, which is need for the assistance of
second in the tournament, the P.-T. A.
*I hope that it will not be ne- this is one of the main organizations seeded organizations such as
their first Homestead is Mr. Ward said,
for game.
cessary to levy additional taxes as whose primary interest is civ- was
Deane Duff; chairman of the
seeded first. but in
everyone now feels that they are ic improvement and tho caio of in handling
Jackson Day committee for Clcw- While the Tigers arc at a disadvantage had given little help.]
the past
all afford. I -
,paying they can myself underprivileged children.
iston reported this week that Clew- in meeting this strung; With such help, he said, the delinquent -
to more ,
am opposed any iston's contribution to this fund He commented briefly on conditions -
the I team for their first tournament encounter might be made to forget
it does not impair
so long as dollars at this time international! ,
- amounted to forty and was they are determined to he past and show a desire for
orderly functions of progressive mailed immediately to Harry t nationally and in the state and make a strong bid for victory andif better citizenship in the future.
i Lir government. As your representative Brown executive for the spoke of the early assembling of
( .- legislature'please remember they should eliminate the strong He closed by reciting a poem, "Myoelf" -
in the
state committee' whose letter of I the legislature. He said that the Redlands team they stand an excellent which was most appropriateto
that if will be free to discuss
9 you appreciation was received by Mr. value of a Kiwanis Club was inestimable chance of going to the fin- the subject.
with ideas I will be bet-
me your Duff the middle of this week. in presenting: both sidesof als and thus become eligible to Following tho talk by Senator
ter able to represent you in the
This fund is for the purpose of J every public question and in enter the state tournament at Ward the Founder's Day committee
manneryou desire. carrying on 'the work' of the Democratic presenting united effort in behalf Gainesville.The. .ook charge of the program for a

t ka party, twenty-five: per cent of needed legislation. Tigers have developed considerably fitting celebration of the founding -
j Tiger Cubs Win going into the treasury of the State I Speaking to the old members he during the past two or of the Parent-Teachers organization -

, 1' Democratic Executive Committee said that he hoped to find manyof three 'weeks, Coach Wakefield 'stat- forty-two years ago. Mrs.
From Canal Point and the remaining seventy-five them coming back into the club this'
per- ing that a shift in one or two places F. 11.YrJsht, chairman of
s cent into the coffers of the Na- regardless of their reasons ;far has had a very good effect on committee, made a short talk in
tional Committee.A dropping out. The purpose of all the teamwork displayed by the which she called attention to the
" The Tiger Cubs won a hard- business men, whether in the clubor
' Jackson Day dinner and ball team and the reserve material has fact that the organization was originally -
: : fought battle with the Canal Point was held in West Palm Beach but out, he said, was the same- been doing good work. They have known as "The Congress of

.. i junior basketball team here Monday so far as can be learned there the betterment of their commun won their last three games, one of lothers". Mrs. Wright! also named
i afternoon by a score of 11-7 from Clewiston in at-: ity. of
was no one which was over the Jupiter team the thirteen past presidents
t while the girl Cubs were losing tendance.out Mr. Metcalfe praised the Clewis which is rated the third or fourth Clewiston P.-T. A. and as each one
186.One ton club for its achievements and strongest team in the eighth dis was named a gladioli was placedin
of the Clewiston regulars, gave credit for these to the old as trict. a vase. "The Spirit of the Past"
Carlton Prevattc high scorer in Elizabeth Winn and Kathleen well as to the newer members. Effective The girls' team will accompanythe was read by Mrs M. M. Prewitt,

previously played games, was not Chapman who were ineligible and Kiwanis work, he pointedout ,boys to Miami Beach and on Mrs. J. D. Bruce 'read a paper,
present for the 'game. Carrol Red- these two have been the principal is not confined to larger clubs their return from the tournament I: "How the Organization Grew" and

ish was high scorer with four scoring threats of the local junior and stating that in his own' dis- plan to play the Boynton teams Irs. J. H. Doty, president of the
points. Others seeing action were I I team in past games. Those playing trict if he named the ten leading with an overnight stay in Boy ntori.'I Clewiston P.-T. A. read "The Objects -
Paul Slonaker, Henry Chapman; Included Ann Pafford, Thelma clubs many of them would be I of P.-T. A."
Paul Pullen, Jack Waters, Jimmie Ricks, Edna Leiter, Betty Perez, I small clubs. Using grapefruit juice to makes : This program was followed by a

I tr'j,, Elmore, Lynwood Dixon, Bobby' Gloria McDuffle, Barbara Broad- Among ,the former members present bread is almost as :food an idea\ for I delightfUl, social hour during which

L1 :. ,Broadfoot, John Bethea, John Robbins foot, Laura Bailey, Mauryne' Prew- wore "V. C., Owen, J, A. :)tcGehqe I moving our surpl.j citrus r>.p Burton 'lie girls pf the school home eco-

', '.:;:: and Gus Cantrell itt, Mary Jobnson' Botsy. Springer W.: a Coker, E. >L. Stv.} F.' ?clu>epffa : "five-cent; orangeJuice ;: 'iQraf K', department eervod punch
:: ( l !!\V 'hir15 p1wr with ;, "-. {'(-)JK. ., W f'1 A:,. Day.!?' and;' F, L.M.'":\Vr1"ullt... ..-" f }J.111J1 iLll, ; ',f.:1! n cbsi, '. .L '


I DIZZY DRAMAS By Joe BowersNow -t k,

Playing. "NO FUNDS"I'D Weekly.. :News Analysis ." THE CHEERFUL CHERUB

LIKE A / You HAVE NO White House-Congress Hostility i i.
(DOLLAR ONWACbUNT c R ACCOUNT HERE Sometimes I have suck

w May Mean 3rd Party for 1940 pleasant tKovcjKt.3

I put them down ,,

,. By Joseph W. La ineEDITOR'S poetry.It's .
thus nny other

Virginia's Rej' Clifton A. Woodrum I self I think
NOTE When opinions are
has asked a cut in next year's relief'
expressed in these columns, they are thoseof write little
JUST bN'AccouNToF the news analyst, and not necessarilyof budget to $1120,000,000; (half ,thePresident's me sa ge'
; WHAT Do'ou
rt newspaper. request) and assign- to me..
MEAN r BROKErs t- ment of relief control to congres- {\f1ccN1!

? Congress sional hands.. But relief will prob- o, aO
ably be settled by adoption of the
". Few have been able to get.along bill designed by South Carolina'sSen.
.. with it. None have been able to get along James F. Byrnes, following -

,. '" '. without it. Those executive who, know' last year's senate inquiry.
how to work,with it most advantageouslywill Miscellaneous.
Anti-White House
find it the greatest support for the ac
sentiment took voice in
complishment of executive processes WNU Service.
Presidents will continue to be marie and the house committee to investi-
unmade in the actions of the senate." gate un-Americanism, under which

What to Eat and WhyC. Sen.The Elbert speaker D. was Thomas Utah's, foe dignified of pro- 000 Texas'' and Martin a carte Dies blanche received to explode$100-

all the
posed Wagner act amendments, sup- he wished. Pend- -
porter of Sen. Robert M. LaFollette's ing are impeachment proceedings
civil liberties probe. When against Madame Secretary of La-

Houston Goudiss Helps to Answer the Question; such a consistent New Dealer makes bor 'Frances Perkins, charged with ,
harboring Alien Harry Bridges, allegedly (
remarks 'like that on the senate
'. .. What to Eat During Lent .. floor, colleagues know White House communistic west coast C.
f and 'on
congress are no longer
\. By C. HOUSTON GOUDISS ... speaking terms. Senator Thomas' Significance. Since the Presidentand
PEACU TREES to Commercial Planters.
CLERGYMAN friend of mine once remarked that in,his speech (written at 3 'a. m. on a congress seem to be heading We grow a general line of Nursery Stock.
A down opposite paths the best Peach 12-18" $25.00. 18-24" $30.00. 2-3'
opinion, Lent lasts far'too long. He had reference, I'believe sleepless night) culminated a seriesof holds guess $40.00 and 3-4' $40.00 per M. LAFAY-
that Mr. Roosevelt is delib-
executive-legislative, rifts that is ETTE NURSERIES, LAFAYETTE'GA.
to 'the fact that in a swift-moving age, people might frankly alarming proponents of erately inviting, a split in Democratic

be' more apt to keep Lent' faithfully, if it terminated in a Democratic peace: ranks leading to formation of a
third party for 1940. But Labor's Profitable SalvageOne
shorter period than 40 days.. Appointments. Last summer Pres-
Many homemakers, I feel sure, would echo his senti- ident Roosevelt named Floyd Rob- Nonpartisan league (C. I. 0) must of the most profitable sal-
be a bulwark of that party and the \
ments, but for a rather different reason! Numbers of them, I erts of Virginia as federal district anti-C. I. O. slur contained in JudgeMusmanno's vage services in maritime history ti'
was rendered in the North Atlan-
know find the six weeks of Lent'the most troublesome of the 'judge. This was "personally offen-
rejection fails to jibe
tic in
sive and obnoxious" to 'Virginia's August, 1918, when the Gae-
entire year. Their difficultylies
in planning meatless in wheat from which macaroni Harry F. Byrd because it constitut- debated presidential' appointments trina Luckenbach 1,356 miles to
have been judicial, 'practically val- Hampton Roads. The court
meals that satisfy hearty' ap- products' are made. Secondly,
ueless from political viewpoint.But .
awarded the salvor exclusive of
cheese contains a substantial ,
And since the weather -
petites. party-smashing need follow no
expenses, the sum of $93,000,
amount of fat, which teams well
is often bitterly cold in,late with high carbohydrate foods definite course; damaged feelings about $62,000 of which 'was givento
March : could easily be patched up in time
February and early I such as any of. those made from the officers and crew.-Collier's
for a third 'party campaign in 1941
families usually seem hungrier the cereal grains. Cheese may -or 1944. Weekly. Y

and harder to satisfy, also be combined with vegetables

than at almost any others to make another balanced-food ;S Pan America
team. The cheese contributes pro .
ason. teins, energy values, and minerals Protesting Mexican expropriationof L FUSS
A Chance for Variety while the vegetables are an American-owned- oil lands, Secre-

Lent does 'challenge the, home- outstanding source of cellulose or Y: s tary of State Cordell Hull has demanded -

maker to exercise imagination and bulk, as well as vitamins and min "q compensation. Meanwhilea

in'enu_____tv._., _But_. .it_ _also __- erals. ; bww'rL' + false belief has arisen in Mexico RELIEVING COLD

ng provides a golden Don't Overlook Nuts and Legumes pathizes City that with President the revolutionary Roosevelt sym-regime DISCOMFORT THIS WAY!

opportunity to get 1 _
out of 'a menu rut,. Legumes are one group of vege- 'of President Lazaro Cardenas.Far .

if you happen to be tables which are high in energy from sympathetic, Mr. Roose- Just Follow Simple Directions Below-

one of those people i values. They also contain''protein velt'recently called Mexican ambas- and Use Fast-Acting Bayer Aspirin
who follow a set which is suitable for repairing sador Dr. Don Francisco Castillo

formula most of worn-out body tissue. Dried iv It$1A Najera to the White House for a

s Y y + the ,year. It may, ; beans, peas and lentils may therefore seminar on international good taste. '
I be used as a main dish'at The lesson: That sovereign Mexicocan 1
likewise offer 1.
a i' ? I1 To ease pain and
I chance to make Lenten meals, 'replacing both :: :' expropriate but must also make t discomfort and reduce -
f some significant meat and potatoes. There are compensation. As Senor Najera fever take 2

savings in your food, many varieties of ,readycookedbeans UTAH'S ELBERT THOMAS carried this protest home, U. S. oil- Bayer Tabletsdrinki

; on the market, packed in ""Few with it; none without it." men were heartened into offering !: a glass of water.Re-
uuugei. both glass and tin. And dried President Cardenas a settlement \ peat In 2 hours.
Most of us feel that meat makes
lima beans well- ed effort to proposal: Oil lands would be
are particularly an remove patronagefrom returned -
the mea!. And it cannot be denied -
that its extractivesgive suited to being made into cro- the hands of congress. Thoughthe title and profits then di-

it. a most savory appetizing and 'intriguing quettes, patties, loaves, chowdersand senate supported the Byrd-Glass vided on a 50-50 basis between gov-

flavor. But there are a ragouts., contention 72 to 9, it appeared Presi- ernment. and oil companies.But 2. If Throat Is raw 1

number of other foods which con- Nuts are another possibility for dent Roosevelt was only beginningan news from ''Mexico City madeit 'from cold, crush and h 'r i
effort discredit his clear this offer would be dissolve 3 r
,congres- rejected. Bayer
tain proteins. of equal, biological Lenten meals that should ba con-
value. Furthermore, nutritionistshold sidered by every homemaker. sional foes by over-riding their nom- In Addition to a $17,000,000 agree- Tablets In % glass J
inations for choice political jobs. ment signed last December to bar- of water.
that it is desirable to obtain They, too, can be used for cro- _
protein from a number of different quettes and nut loaves, as wellas As the rebels prepared' to throw ter oil for German machinery, t
sources. That is because different souffles and casserole combi- out Wisconsin's allegedly red-tinted President Cardenas has just an- \ .
Thomas R. Amlie White 'House in- nounced two new barter contracts
protein foods contain varying nations. Nuts can be combined ,
amounts of different amino acids; with vegetables for a maincoursedish terstate commerce commission involving approximately $4,000,000000 ,- It's the Way Thousands Know to

and by eating a variety of protein with fruit 'for dessert. nominee, several other startling appointments in Mexican oil and Nazi. manu- Ease Discomfort of Colds and Sore

foods, we can best obtain a wide In the form of nut butters, they were announced. A slapat factured protects. Throat Accompanying Colds
assortment of these "building make a nourishing spread for Ohio's Sen Vic Donahey was the That Senor Cardenas is. smugly

stones". of the body. luncheon sandwiches. naming of Herschel W. Arant, Ohio satisfied with his progress was evidenced The simple way pictured above
State's law school dean, to the cir- by the remark of his chief often brings amazingly fast relief
For Meatless Meals Moreover, each type of nut'' hasa cuit court of appeals. Next came political aid, Luis Rodriguez, 'made from discomfort and sore throat

Fish comes to mind, first 'of all, distinctive taste, and walnuts, Philadelphia's Francis Biddle also to_ visiting Col. Fulgencio Batista, accompanying colds.

as a main dish for the meal that peanuts, brazil nuts and pecans, named an appellate judge over objections Cuban strong man: "When the Try it.. Then-see your doctor.
does not include meat. For those for example, each make a thor- of President found the foreign com- He probably will tell you to con-
Pennsylvania's devout
tinue with the be-
who are far from the source ,of oughly'delightful dish, with a' flavor New 'Dealer, Sen. Joseph F. Guf- panies refusing to obey the gov- cause it acts so Bayer fast to Aspirin relieve discomforts '\J

supply of fresh-caught fish, there quite different from the fey. This was also a blow at JohnLewis' __m..................................n....... of a cold. And ,to reduce
are the quick-frozen varieties, the others. C. I. 0., because the Guffey fever.

dried and' salted fish, such as fin- Most homemakers will also wantto nominee (Judge Michael ,A. ,Mus- This simple way, backed by'

nan haddiev' shredded. codfish and .', use eggs more frequently dur- manna of Pittsburgh) is an ardent scientific authority, has largely sup-
block cod, and 27 :types. of canned ing Lent, because they are so' pro-Lewis man. In New York the planted the use of strong medicines
fish and shelf fish in easing cold symptoms. Perhapsthe
readilyavailable .and easily pre- President appointed a Republican
Canned salmon is' easiest most effective yet
one of the pared. This is federal judge and in way
commendable, because Philadelphiahe discovered. But make sure getBAYER
least you
expensive of all protein
besides being a fine sourceof ga.veanother'judgesh'ip to HarryE. Aspirin.IUFOR12TABLETS.
foods. And so many things can protein, eggs rank next to .milk Kaldoner, whose leg experiencewas
be said in its favor that one nationally as a protective food. limited before he joined the ( A.
known food authority referred : "
cabinet of exGov.George H. Earle
to it"as the most nutritious Only a few of. the many possi-. in 1934. ItJt .i1 a

animal food that could be had for bilities for Lent have ''been (Suggested Legislation. Democratic" ,...
Though t FULL DOZEN 25c .,
children in this brief review. But
six. is
over It a notable
house majority leaders have :
source' minerals, especially cal- surely. they give a hint or'the accepted ti't E
a modified form of government
cium, phosphorus and iodine, and good and nutritious foods a home- .
(defeated last
reorganization year), Most CommendableMy
contains vitamins maker can choose on those days
A D and G.
when she plans meatless meals. and though the President's $552,000000 ,- f best praise is that I am you

Cheese In Many Forms -WNU-C. Houston Goudlss-1939-51., extra defense appropriation will t: 1 friend.-Southerne.
Cheese is another splendid probably pass, White House-con- -

source of protein that should be gress friendship ends there. Al- Every mother

used more freely, not only during ready eliminated is a $100,000,000 I&I1pNye. eftn L:! how wants to relieve to know her

Lent but throughout the entire S.EEL'fON appropriation for TVA at Gilberts- bYf1 6S VV. child's cold dis-
year. It is high in energy values. ville, Ky. The President's requestfor w DE; B P.:: comfort.Rubwith

And in addition, it contains the a new start on Florida's ship PRESIDENT CARDENASHe L stainless, snow- .. t
milk minerals, calcium and phosphorus canal and the Passamaquoddy tidal HIN 70 white Penetro.
example Cuba.
is Traditional Among set an for Extra medicated
'and is project is doomed. While a rebel-
a good source of Smart New YorkersThe MOTHER vapors tend to relieve
vitamin "A.'i: : Cheese is so flavor- lious senate foreign affairs committee ernment's orders in court, he gave congestion

." some that. it adds 'zest to any Shelfon is more than ahotel'it threatens to publicize all its future the stern order to expropriate the ;. of respiratory

meal at which it is served. And tution.'Itff is a New York famed insti hearings' (.as a brake on secretadministration I oil companies. We show it to you mucous. Penetroeases memobrane.
rooms are
it certainly should interest the for their comfort; its two restaurants : plans) the Export-' I as an authenticvictory of the'revo- the ches

.. homemaker with an eye to thrift. for their superior Import bank has been restrained lution, as'an example to you" muscle tightness.
For a little goes a long way. It I food. Its big swimming poolis from making large credit: loans to Whether Strong Man Batista
is,,therefore,tan: ideal food around a favored meeting place of foreign nations. This will forestall would accept the example remainsto PENETROWNU7

which to build nourishing, appetiz- the younger set; its ,restfql.8olariu'm embarrassment "unofficial be seen, but Mexico already has
ing and, economical meals. a quiet place of repose liances." one Latin-American ally in this
; its famous "Shelton While social security's reserve pleasant -game. Traveling through 8-39
Spaghetti and Noodles Comer Bar" in noted for its
fine fund is under fire (because the U. S. Bolivia, Correspondent John .fir
Cheese is
especially good when borrows all reserve funds), the New Whitaker of the Chicago Daily -Only I
All These Outstanding
combined with
such foods as mac- Advantages at Surprisingly Deal's vast relief program is en- News found that nation's oil deal-
aroni, spaghetti or egg noodles. It Reasonable Rates. dangered by make Mexico's t
a growing congressional ings expropriationslook GOOD MERCHANDISE
affords a pleasing flavor contrast. Hotel SHELTON 'economy bloc. The President's like child's play. Specific ex- ;1f'J
And it
-in two helps to balance First the menu LEXINGTON AVL-4Sth-49th Sts. demand for restoration pf $150,000000 ,- ample was Bolivian seizure of $17- Can Be CONSISTENTLY, Advertised
ways. the proteinsof
off his in
NEW YORK CITY lopped deficiency relief 000,000 Standard Oil properties
cheese supplement those found I appropriation is now sidetracked in early in 1937 on a trumped-up fraud I 9 BUY ADVERTISED GOODS O I

favor of a long range welfare study. charge


," _.........___4t
1.. a-' "IMPROVEDUNIFORM States' Names Pigs Cows Eggs by AirIn Fast Thinking Saved

." What's in a Name? INTERNATIONAL northern Canada the air- This Forgetful HubbyHe

plane pilot is milkman, grocer,
1 J Louisiana was named forKing. butcher, and heavy freight han-
Names meant nothing in Al- SUNDAY [Lesson Louis XIV of ;France. dler to scores of isolated mining was conscious that trouble
Ohio means "great river." was brewing when .he went out in
legheny county, Pa., Common towns and trading posts, ''reportsthe the
j Pleas court in a recent divorce By HAROLD L.." UUNDviUlbT, 13. D; Virginia.was named in honor Commentator magazine. Be- morning. When he got home
Dean of The Moody -,1- Institute. that night he learned what he had
action. A decree was granted of Chicago. .. _of:Queen:Elizabeth .of England. sides the usual traffic in all sorts done.

.divorcing Robert E. Staymates C: Western Newspaper'Union. .. :. Maryland was' ;named for. of mining equipment and dry With tears in her his wife

from Georgia Staymates. Queen, Henrietta. Maria. .of Eng- stuffs that daily wings its way claimed: "I knowyou eyes don't love ex-
Forrest Evergreen Trees, 48, Lesson for February 26 land.i into the North, fresh food is also -you've'forgntfen me
I is a supervisor in the Ohio de- Minnesota means "sky-blue, carried. he my birthday!1"
"Darling said
: "I'm more
, control Columbus
partment of liquor water.
: Lesson subjects and Scripture texts selected Grapefruit today is a breakfast sorry than' I ;can say-but it is
Ohio. and copyrighted by International Pennsylvania was named for '
Education used by fruit even 200 miles 'north of the really your fault""My
I l' In Seattle, Wash., lives pho- Council of Religlou! William Penn the famous
Arctic circle. Fresh eggs, 'milk fault?" she exclaimed.
tographer whose name is just permissionPETER IN SAMARIA Quaker' and vegetables of all kinds are "How can that be?"-

Another Smith. Florida'was named for Easter shipped in large quantities by air. He took her hand in his. "How

Anthony Ogsodofchik, of Al- LESSON I'EX"I-Acts 8:14.25. and eat Sunday":"' Pascua Florida, :Where there are many children, can I remember your ,birthday,"
TEXT-Come buy. ;
bany, N. Y., found the spelling yea GOLDEN come buy wine and ye. milk without the Spanish "feast of flowers." even live cows have been carriedby he asked, "when there; is never
c. of his name so difficult that he money and without price.-Isaiah 55:1. Washington was named in plane to provide fresh milk. anything about you to remind me

had it tattooed on his arm for honor of George Washington. Live pigs and chickens are daily that you are a day older than you

reference.-American Magazine. Commercialism certainly should passengers on the aerialfreighters. were a year ago?"
have no place in the Christian

I Church. But in an age that will

i even commercialize a 'man's love Dr. Johnson Relished Tea From Friend and FoeWe

Use Gay Scraps to for his mother, it is small wonder learn our virtues from the

; Make Applique Quilt Church-Christmas that the great holy and days Easter-of the More' Than Remarks Made faults bosom from friends the who enemy love whohates us; our

have become the special object
us. cannot easily discover our
I I profit-seeking purveyors of every- real form. from a friend. He is a
\ thing from hats to whisky. New MANY have had a fellow feeling number up my cups of tea?" mirror on which the warmth of

Year's day, Thanksgiving day, good old Doctor Johnson ,Then, according to Cumberland, our breath impedes the clearnessof

I ;I tea'M Mother's day, Father's day, any dayat who, while willing to jest about he grew suddenly good-humored., the reflection.Richter.have .
all, becomes just another oppor- the quantity of tea he drank, did laughed and said:
t tunity to take a man's money, waste not relish the comments of his "Sir, I should have released the

his time, and possibly to destroyhis friends. He had his own concep- lady from any further trouble if it escaped much better than a

soul. It is high time that intelli- tion of good manners, and such had not been for,your words; but certain lady did a while ago, upon
gent folk make effective protest remarks appeared to him unman- you have reminded me that I lack whose patience I intruded more

,C against such perversion ot sacred nerly, says Agnes Repplier in her one of the dozen, and I must request than I have done upon yours. But
things. delightful book, "To Think of ''Mrs. Cumberland to roundup the l&dy asked me for no other

1 The Scripture lesson for today Tea." One night at Mr. Richard my number." purpose but to make a zany of

I i "I Ii tells of one who went so far as \to Cumberland's, Sir Joshua Rey- This his hostess hastened to do. me, and set me gabbling to a

try to buy the power of God for moii- nolds-the famous painter-re- Turning upon her "a kind and parcel of people I knew. nothingof.

1 r j ey, that he might use it to get gain minded him that he' had ,drunk cheerful look," he took the twelfth So I had my revenge of her,
: Pattern 1721 for himself, failing to realize that eleven cups. Johnson deeply affronted cup with an air that was almost for I swallowed five and twenty

the power of God is a gift and to be replied: apologetic. cups of her tea, and did not treat
Color for your bedroom! Use used only for His glory. "Sir, I did not count your "Madam," he said, "I must' tell her to as many words.KansasCity

gay scraps for the lilies, and out- I. Spiritual Power-the Gift of glasses of wine; why should you you for your comfort that you Star. -

line and single stitch for accent! God (vv. 14-17)).
Pattern 1721 contains accurate
The Holy Spirit who is the third

,i'J j 'I' pattern instructions and finishing pieces;for;yardage diagram cutting chart,of sewing block; dial ;-, called him person forth Philip of the to, a preach blessed layman in Trinity, Samaria.and sent had ir AJJ r:1..1'Tr; :', ( I

l gram of quilt. Men and women were converted, Iid A'tf A IJ j) A ;J.:
Send 15 cents in coins for this ,. ., ,. ; -:1(01 t ;1- -If't ". ,
and when the church at Jerusalem .1 ;'!mo 'fi1 \
I.j::1 pattern to The Sewing Circle, Nee-. heard of it, they sent Peter and 0;.; : : .... .. .
1"i" ; 'I "
, 1 dlecraft Dept., 82 Eighth Avenue, -J' ,'f- ; '
John to give counsel and help to the .A. V f9. ::1Yv f.t !7
New York, N. Y. 1A1' : ,
new converts. Through the layingon r ; rl
I Please write your name, address ; At..... CI y &,
of hands these received the gift
::11 and pattern number plainly. .' J J. J P' 'rlI
of the Holy Spirit even as we now I 1.: .1.i : .
\ &
receive Him the moment we. believe .: 7 ,:' ,. .A-" tI -.
on Christ. ",: ..t'i.t' d'A"' .4. J4 ,.,
1Ic ;1 ' What a glorious' truth it is that 'y'K @tl: C' ;ow..l "- 'Y' Jj .. :.t.- "" > ';:: 1
I \VORlD'SI0C the believer is jndwelt' by the Holy flf T Y. "" ,) 1 1 1 I '"

humblest Spirit (I Cor.believer 6:19)has. Thus in even Him the the ..?/!,'?f : 1 i1 .T'1'1)I j--I,. 1"'i ,MIl.i. i'i.";..., )'.":, I I'y., t..i 'P: _.: ;l'. II

One who redeems .J
man, gives grace f
I 1 for' holy living, and empowers for .

'C' service. The greatest power in all / ,'t' ; :' I .1iJ t :Jiih" : )n '4' i : t 1 / 1 U

the 'world is consequently available'to ,, 1! t>> L"O;! ... .. ::
every true and yielded, believer. .rZ! :i i'J1o.: : -< The Ablest One ; r r 'i' : ,, ,. ; : Gone then are all excuses for weak ri '
I 11f. ;
II The winds and waves are al- and careless living. Gone is every ''l ) I \. !+ H I :[! 11' I : 1 ) ': ,' ;.y :'
l ways on the side of the ablest nav ground for claiming that one can-
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; igators.-Gibbon. r ; r
God. The and U
not serve power ;/ s-s, .
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grace are His, and He gives themto ( ': 'i"I"t
His followers'as' a gift. Christian ,: :

I How Women friend, are you giving the Holy Wi".Jr: / '.i ... : ., ., ._ :

Spirit of God liberty to infill and 44 k: I ,,r- ,, .'' 01 J 'w".a... ..
; Ii in Their 40's.a use you as He will? 0' ... .',>:/;< :\
C. "x y 1P : .i. .. .. ,." \ II. Spiritual Power-Not for Salevv. >:<< t. ,,'
> ',
; W-'t tvacclaunmg
:t / ;:>
: Can Attract Men ( Men. 18-24)who. put their trust in the extra blowout protectionand ( ) /, .,f"'" # .jP ., _', : ,;{
moneyare '
i /' Here's good advice for a woman during her nonskid safety of the new Firestone '. .' .: : <.
: 3 1
: ; "' J change (usually from 38 to 52), who fears prone to think that one can buy : ( : 'x, ?
I I I she'll lose her appeal to men, who worries anything. They say with Walpole, Champion Tire. And automobile .i ..' ; '/" l' ',7 4\
about upset nerves hot flashes and,moody loss of spells.pep dizzy spells "Every man has his price." But manufacturers, knowing its outstanding 1 : "I < ,. ".:-. t :' :. 0.

Get more fresh air, 8 hrs.sleep and if you they 'are wrong. There are men \= :.f' ; ; 1,

'. need E. Pinkham a good general:s Vegetable system Compound tonic take Lydia made and women in the world. who can- performance, have adopted it for theirnew #,,)/ .,,,,.,:::;;..' ,, ." 'l' ,:.:. ,,' \%'.,' ;ft. ,.,...:.
1 etpceialljt for women. It helps Nature build not be bought and it is even models. On hand '' '.- I'. "" '
more 1939 youy %: M{ 1t : "iE.
every } :'
up physical resistance,thus helps give more 'fJ. 'i::.>>r' '. 'W> .y<*' :., ffj ,$ ; .:: ", ...
: vivacity to enjoy life and assist calming that certain that the best ,things that life hear, "It's the most effective tire we have .' iI' Jr. i J
and disturbing symptoms %
jittery nerves have
can give a man no price tag
: often WORTH accompany TRYING change of We. WELL on them-a mother's love, friend- ever had on wet pavement and in mud.'I t. ', J i. .;;

I I ship, fellowship with God, the ,Holy and snow!" It's the hit,of'1939! B. ',1t ;t "\\B. B
Spirit's power-these among many ":;p. ..;; .r.' K:< ","r ,' ". : ';.... i >":4...'.-
i The End Counts others are not for. sale. 1 > The Firestone Champion Tire IS a :"'': 't ;t ". .; $ dl
If well thou hast .. .
begun, go on; Simon, a professed believer, rec- '' ><-WF:::: : "
:, c' it is the end that crowns us, not ognized that these followers of Jesus completely new achievement In safety '., }; ';:' :;!t

,' the fight.-Herrick. had a great power which he engineering; and the result of a new and i!!' v y, ;ffr 1,,..,; ; 1Ilq! : :.

thought to buy for his own businessas revolutionary means of locking greater 4 ( 1J'.
His A : w ,:iY" V"" ";" 't
a magician. was a very gross safety into the cord body of a tire. This isaccomplished .ti1: /rkrj.l1,.
Don't Sleep It'hen and blatant effort to do what many : AB JENKINS *-
have done in the Church, and are first, by the use of a new 'i t k. World's Safest Driver

doing today, by more skillful and type of tire cord called "Safety-Lock," in I.: f." : '. Ab Jenkins holder of 87 world
Gas Crowds Heart rr'i" records for safety, speed and
sometimes by under-cover methods. "" "!, :.
which the cotton fibers are more > )! .. <..?; endurance who has driven
If you toss in bed and can't Bleep from coa- There are, those who by holding the ,: '..1 ', more than a million and a half
tfapation and awful GAS BLOATING remember purse strings seek to control the compactly interwoven to give greater ,. :; miles on Firestone Gum-Dipped
: Tires without accident,
this: To get quick relief you must get an
DOUBLE ACTION. You must relieve the message of the preacher, or who use strength. And then the fibers in each ,y, '4 says, "On the speedway or on
GAS. You must clear the bowels. Adler ka their financial influence to obtain :t.. '<<:, ., the highway I insist upon the.
lit I la just what you need because it acts on the individual cord, the cords in each ply extra safety of Firestone "Gum-
etomach and BOTH bowels. Adlerlka it control of church organizations and Dipped Tires on my cars.
"' BOTH carminative dd cathartic.! Carmk institutions. Their efforts are and the plies themselves are all securely
natives that soothe the stomach
and expel GAS.warm Cathartics that quickly and doomed to ultimate failure, but the locked together by a new and advanced tread is called "Gear-Grip" because of its unique
gently: : clear the bowels of waste matter that present harm they do to the cause of
may have caused GAB BLOATING, BOUI Firestone process of Gum-Dipping, which design which Has more than three thousand
etomach, sleepless nights and indigestion for Christ is appalling. Many a church
months.at Adler rcliovu stomach the gas almost and pastor would be far better. off provides amazingly greater strength-and sharp-edged angles that grip the road with a
once. usually acts on bowel
in leu than two hours. No waiting for over if they could rise up and say with greater strength means greater safety. sure-footed hold to protect against skidding and '
night relief. Adlerika does not gripe, is not
habit forming. Get genuine Adlerika today Peter, "Thy money, perish with, safe
to assure a stop.
j storm thee." The new Safety-Lock cord construction

i III. Spiritual Power-for Testi- gives the added strength that makes Have your Firestone Dealer or Firestone
i\ (v. 25).
mony possible the use of the new thicker, Auto Supply and Service Store equip your car
SALVE Peter and John set the Samaritan -
P : 66Sola6.taUd believers a good example bYJ tougher, deeper Firestone Gear-Grip with a set of new Firestone Champion Tires, the

relieves permitting the Spirit of God to usek! Tread,which provides remarkably longer only tires made that are safety-proved on, the

COLDSLIQUIDTABLETS them to testify and preach the Wordof non-skid mileage. This sensational new speedway for :your protection on the highway.

the Lord in many villages. The

pricelOc& Holy Spirit does "not speak of him-
SAL DROPS- NO3E 25c self," but guides the believer "in 11retone CHAMPION ,ir $tone HIGH SPEED Viretone COnVOY

1 all truth" (John 16:13): and His 52517. $13.95 60018. $16.50 52517. $11.10 60018.$14.85 45021. $8.10 55016. $10.45

primary ministry is to glorify Christ 5.50-16. 13.90 6.25-16. 17.55 55016. 1.50 62516. 15.80 47519.. 8.35 55017. 10.50
j (John 16:14). It follows that the
I GOOD 1 55017. 13.95 65016. 19.35 55017. 1.55 65016. 17.40 50019. 9.00 60016. 11.80
I 11 outstanding mark of a Spiritbornand 60016. 15.70 70015. 0.40 60016. 14.15 70015. 18.0 5.25.17. 9.5 62516. 13.15

3T01tftuaG Spirit-filled believer is his desire 60017. 16.15 70016. 1.00 60017. 14.55 70016. '18.90 52518. 9.65 65016. 14.50
lone! 3v.I.vl ? to speak of and to glorify
sl.4U Such a testimony will be "not in
c i ifiLLflfJ13ic words which man's wisdom teach- listen fo The Voice of Firestone with Richard Crooks, f Listen. fo The Firestone Voice of the Farm-Everett.

I eth, but which the Holy Ghost teach- Margaret Speaks and Alfred Wallensteln, Monday Mitchell Interviews Champion Farmer each! week

tgs l sedRel t eth" (1 Cor. 2:13).and will bear. ., evenings over nationwide, N.. B. C.:Red Network._ I during. noon hour. See 'local 1 paper for!.:;station and time,

1 KntynrlAI laW NEtmm LUMBAGO s: fruit, ._ for ,eternity.: :,. _.,'., ai=--. .} -= ',:.- ., '; .. .,'..

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The Clewiston News ibbean cruise, the Chief: Executivewill Ice Follies To modities are essential to the welfare sidering a sales tax on these com- cr'"" i.
find it possible to return via I of thousands of Florida farm- modities it must also be borne in 'ci: f
the west coast, the one section he Miami Soon ers, small home owners, and motorists mind that their price is so low
Published every Friday In Clewiston has so far failed to visit., I who would naturally bear that even a tax of 1-2 cent_ a gallon "
Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS, Tampa and St. Petersburg would .---- ho burden of any such tax on would result iii a sales tax ata
Inc. provide a warm welcome and the I the sale of these products," said rate of nearly 33 1-3 per cent on
( .
Feb. 21
Miami, Fla., Special) -
President would find much to Interest Mr. McGehee. certain grades of oil. As comparedto
"The Ice Follies of 1939" that record -
KEATHLEY BOWDEN Editor him in this area. breaking, dazzling, sparklingice "The present federal tax of 4 the usual 2 per cent or 3 per
I extravaganza of 6'O' International cents a gallon on lubricating oil cent sales tax this rate is clearly -

Entered as second class mall matte: ..,- WI'I I stars, Olympic skating championsand has shown conclusively that it', is discriminatory and unjust."
February 1, 1927, at the Post Office In -. 'tI--., ; extremely difficult to administer
Clewiston, Florida, :under the Act of beautiful girls 1$ to open at ,
March 3, 1897.Subscription. the Metropolitan Ice Palace in Mi- and gives a rise to far more perplexing -

SCHOOL NEWS ami on Washington's birthday Feb- problems than justified by

Rate $2.00 For Year.AdverU.ID ruary 22nd for a two week stay' in the revenue produced. Such a tax

Editor .._._..._._......__.... ,Bill Owen the Magic City. levied by the Slate of Florida would
: Rates On Application. Ass't Editor ........ J. D. Hooker This new 1939 edition will be not only be one more of the so- 4 'i ri

Sports Editor .............. Dick Owen more brilliant than ever before It called 'duplicating levies', whichare
Devoted to the advancement and welfare now recognized as a major evil t n kp-) ,
of Clewiston and Hendry County. was announced today, featuringsuch
present day government, but
':. :n_ '" ::::, ;',::JI! _[JJII'!!!" stars as Eyelyn Chandler, the would add one more burden to the
amazing figure and acrobatic artist "
already overtaxed motorist. Mr
C**!**!**!**:*4!**:*.!**!**!**!**!**,***,***!**,***,***,***,*********,******!******* Washington's Birthday Program who has often been called "Queenof McGehee, in this connection, called
the Ice;" Bess Ehrhardt, pro-
attention to the fact that the average -
: Too ,Late To ClassifyFollowing On Wednesday afternoon, the fessional figure skater; Roy Ship- annual per motor vehicle tax

____ fifth grade, under the direction of tad, the whirling "Human Top"; in Florida is eighty dollars, which
Miss Carol Harris, presented ,a pro Eddie Shipstad and Oscar Johnson, ;
is higher than any other state in
CJ3y 1Qusell Kay gram in keeping with the celebra- Incomparable comedians; Heinie I America. The Poor Cave Man

tion of Washington's birthday. Brock, top skating pantomimist, anda ,
...NNM.. .. ....................NN.. ........................-....!...!..!....!...!...!...!NNNI.- .. .. Nora Oglesby and the fifth grade score of others.In 'Would"Taxes on distillate nad kerosene Had No Newspaper
directly burden the small industrialist To Advertise In.
girls sang "The Glory of Washing, addition to the stellar cast of
the Presidential train, farmer, and householder '
: ton." This was followed by ,a short principals, the Ice Follies will havea ," Mr. McGehee stated. "In con- But You Have <6)j 'Pi t't'y
the national spotlight switched toFlorida. play that depicted various scenes ballet of twenty-four of the best I
life from his in ----- - --------------
as Franklin D. Roosevelt, in Washington's. early trained group skaters the

on his way to the Carribean to per- childhood until he took the oathas to be seen in elaborate world'i

sonally witness naval war maneuvers first president' of the United numbers. Music will be '.
reached the lower east coast, I States. Unlike many plays about direction of Ernie Kratzinger.
to journey by motor car the length Washington, the more intimate and Before starting its current cross-

of the new Overseas Highway to less known' events were enacted as I country tour the Ice Follies com- I -
Key West where the "Houston" well as those now famous in his- pleted two months' work in the RFC &o 4 :?

waited to take him farther south. tory. picture, "Ice Follies of 1939," .at .
Wreathed in smiles, the Presi- Following the play, young Joy the Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer studios l i i HIII;I IIII
dent reflected Florida's warmth and Lewis, a third-grade student, gavean The picture will co-star Joan Craw- l F I '

sunshine. greeted friends old and original ventriloquist act with ford and Jimmy Stewart, who ask- vfl(S'{
new during the brief period he remained none other than the popular Char- ed for the roles while watchingthe
in the state. In a press lie McCarthy as her heckler. Joy skaters rehearse. \

conference he gave real encouragement gave an excellent performance that Playing Hollywood for the. first ,

to business and industry witha was enjoyed immensely by one I time last spring, the Ice Follies
statement that no new form of I and all. stood the town on its ear, and
federal taxation was contemplatedand At the close of the program the walked away with the movie con- nto oblivion

such fears on the part of busi- audience united in singing "The tract, which called the troupe backto a t1
ness men could be discarded. Star Spangled Banner" and assembly cinemaland in October. During
was dismissed by Mr. Herring.The a second personal appearance It With Our Direct-Reduction Home
While Tampans had hoped that I
entire fifth grade joined in Hollywood, the show shattered its
the Chief Executive might changehis the playlet, "In Washington's Day" I previous record by playing to 125- Loan Plan, each monthly payment
itinerary so as to permit his
visiting the Pan American Hernando with Emily Joyce Bullen, James 000 spectators in seventeen days. YO oN f"Y oN"N" cancelsa;, portion of the loan. That
Cooley, Nora Oglesby and James
DeSoto Exposition in Tampa, Elkins part is gone you pay no intereston
having the leading parts. Y"
this could not be arranged althoughthe -- Suggested Oil Taxes AMONj
= much
Roberta Spicer. itand You are that near-
President did extend a warm plnECj

word of greeting by direct wire SPORT NEWS Are Criticized REp CT1ON er debt-free home ownership. Ask

from Key West to Tampa, where o etan and .shall receive further good
I you
those assembled in the grandstandat -
Clewiston is Fort Myers Junior Hi
the fair grounds as well as Referring to a recent news release news about our home loan plan.

thousands Isitening in on WFLA The local teams made quite a I quoting unnamed members of ,
heard him praise the show and re- showing against the Fort Myers I the )legislature as advocating state
cognize its importance in the matter Junior High teams here last Friday taxes on lubricating oil, kerosene

of cementing our relationshipwith when Fort Myers attempted a re- and distilate J. A. McGehee, chair- '
I Clewiston Federal
Latin-American' countries. pitition of the scores they' made man, Hendry County Oil Men's gas= Savings i
From Key West the Presidentalso against us in Fort Myers. soclation severely; criticized such

officially opened the San ,Francisco -i The boys' avenged themselves of taxes as being unjust and economically -
Exposition, where the gates I the 26-26 tie that Fort.Myers j unsound. "It is ofen over- and Loan Association

were thrown open the same day hung on them last month with a looked- that all three of these com

that those of Florida's Exposition 38-13 score. It was an, unexpected I I
closed. sock-in-the-eye to Fort Myers who
Florida cross-state canal I entered the field rather The .;":..:..:..:..:..:..:":..:..:..:..:..:":..:":..:..:.. .:..:..:..:.:.:..:..:-.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.#:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.
ents found real encouragement propon-in ,girls did right well themselves cocky. and ..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: :..:..:..:-...:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..
Roosevelt's praise of the projectand tied the visiting team 18-18. This yy

found most gratifying his state- was quite an improvement over yy vv i.AYV
ment refuting the 'contention that the 21-10 score the Fort Myers
the construction of the canal wouldin girls made against our team in'the :;::: :::!:
,'.. ENJOY AN I .....
affect first meeting. Hare scorer 't. ;
any way the state's water was high .
supply. for the Tigers with fourteen points ', '

Grinning and Owen and ) : ; H. !
broadly, he told Miamians Brantley ne.t'witl ,

and newshawks that such fears eight points each. Pullen, Bethea :I::_: fYA' L' L ELECTRIC : ::::
were "silly". "It is a silly idea you and VonMaeh: each scored ,six +.:. -'; ,:,,;, ,; _'" ::::t:

have in Miami," he said, "that the points for the Tigerettes. :::: "'::1 ::::\
; ,
cross-state canal will hurt It Clewiston vs Jupiter : E' .' ..
you., ; '
won't hurt your city at all; as Tuesday afternoon our basketball .t"t.: :0 H' 0;:::::? M .J'."J' ..t.:...t.:.

a matter of fact it will help Miami." teams made a delightful and' pleasant .t.'t'
:::: ::::
.. Continuing his reference to the (so I'm told) trip to the cityof yy AIV f
cross-state canal project, the president Jupiter, lying north of West YV V?
: said that the project's present Palm Beach on the eastern shoresof vv

status was that it had been sent Florida. Arriving there in the **
back for further study. Defending I middle of the afternoon they went i :;::: Electricity is the modern servant;_ a servant that ':". -Ii I

the proposition, he reiterated his swimming and the boys were" refreshed I ::i!::3.::=:: takes care of both the work and the pleasures of the ::::
firm belief
that ]
the canal would I enough to- trim Jupiter on
prove of great value and benefitnot their own court. The girls, however, :!::s' home and one that wIll do everythIng qUIckly, efficiently :i::;:
... .:...
only to Miami but to the state wern't so fast and lost to 'the home ++ and economlca II y. .:..:.
and nation. He pointed out thatit town's keen girls 1733. Leiter yi

would immeasurably increase :Made seven, Pullen six and Bethea
tourist travel and should result in four points. Wood with fourteen i ); ?: One penny will toast 26 crunchy slices of toast, or i i

lower freight to fruit and ind Hayward with ten were high ,
table growers. vege- -corers for Jupiter. :::!: give your eyes two hours of safe reading lIght or operate ::::

The President was truly thrilled Brantley with eight and Owen :,::!: ,your radio for most of a day-and-ELECTRICITY is :::;:

over the -Overseas Highway and 'vith four scored the most for the :::: one thing that gets cheaper the more of it that you use. ;:i;:::!::

claimed credit for the idea of turning Tigers, Jenkins had six and Savage ;._;.;._.;. .t..t._ ,.
i the old East Coast Railway five were their greatest opposition :
trestle into a modern motor high- in scorers. Jupiter is one :i::: That is why it is 50 easy to. have and enjoy a home :!;:*:i: l

way. With federal aid which had ?rj,d team and it takes an even
been, granted, he pointed out, a "Better team to beat them on their ::::: that is all electric and modern. :;:::
great deal of money was saved own court. Watch for Clewiston In yy +
over the original estimates as to the finals' when the boys go to the .v't"t. ....

the outlay which would be neces- Miami Beach tournament In March .y. .....

sary.the results He seemed accomplished well pleased and term-with Clewiston Jr. Hi AS Belle Glade I Ii:?:::' ELECTRICITY IS YOUR CHEAPEST SERV- :i::._::

The Junior High boys completeda '" ...
ed I it "the most interesting roadin AyA
three out of four winning combination yA
the United A
States. when they beat Belle \1.t'
The Island City turned out en- Glade 22-20 there Thursday even- :::;: ANT--USE IT 'EXTRAVAGANTLY. :::;:
: ..
masse to greet the man whose keen Ing.. Waters made ten of the points ;. .;..:.
{ personal interest : AAvf
and cooperation and Pullen VA
and Redish made four
resulted in the employment of ev- each for Clewiston. Hunt of Belle '. "f.+.=.

'when.ery possible federal aid at a time Glade was high scorer for Belle .yA.. .:..A.t. :.
it appeared that .the city's Glade .:...
making three-fourths of the .t" ; ,.--,.- .:
plight ....
was hopeless. ARVs :
twenty points.: The girls lost rather :"t.
The rehabilitation program, coupled badly, 44-12. McClendon was very Vy
with the completion of the high scorer making over lwlc a: s

i magnificent life given and Key it West Overseas was a fitting new Highway that lease has the on outdone much credited! as, to scored Clcwiston's her. Eetzner tho total remaining not with to 29 be z:i Glades Power and Light Co. ilii I ?

town should bedeck itself in flags, i points ,for Belle Glade. (Who was "..:.
while :;:.'i.. ,. .
cheering throngs lined its ....
streets to Welcome its '"hero." guarding those girls?) The follow .?o} .. ...''- '. .. r -" ,. .;" .

';, Flsrida: .-:honored to have this Lclter ing girls, 4; made,Ricks,Clewiston's 4; Win 2 score andJeWr. : t; :_:' ; :: : : : '. It 4,
distin N uishcti ,,guest| and it Is our 2. ', '- : < ': : . . :: '. .': ;': :;;: : ;'. :;; : ; : ." ..; .
thai returning -1 '" ;..., ;.. : "".-"" ''."'''"" ''".".,.,.... ....,............:, .........,.........
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1 o. ,!". ..*....%4j*.J...*#*J..J ..J......jM*....*.... ................................................: .................................................................-.............. I MRS. BROADERICK ENTERTAINS I

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Mrs. W. R. Broaderick entertained -

I_ PERSONAL and SOCIETYA ;; 'I with a birthday ,party at her O, BUSINESS
i I home in Millcrest Friday afternoon. > a-
After a pleasant hour was spentin IS

games and contests, the hostess j. M. COUSECounselor
.:. 0
I (..:..:..:..:w:..:..:..:..:..:...:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:. :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:w:..:..).:..).:....:..:.-:..:..).:..) served sandwiches, ,cakes and tea GQNGp ,
" and
to the following guests: Attorney at Law
Mrs. Verne Stiger of Chicago Judge and Mrs. John J. Maher of Mrs. W. T. Wheeles, Mrs. ,A. R. Hopkins Building WN
visited Mrs. F. Deane Duff a few Detroit were guests Of- Mr. and Mrs. Broadfoot, Mrs. G. E. Wenzloff, Wednesdays and Saturdays %

,. days this week. M. E. VonMach Wednesday.Mrs. Mrs. Clarence Kruger, Mrs. E. M. 0:30 to
----:... I i Cornette, Mrs. H. Anderson, and
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Berner and W. Shackleford returned to Eddy Andctson, Mrs. J. H. Davis, I

children were visitors Saturday in her homo<<; in Fort Lauderdale today Mrs. H. L. Davis, Mrs. Helen Dress .;.:..:..K.xxPEOPLE-:..:..).:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: :..:..:..:..y.uo>>: :..).:::.
Wiest Palm Beach. and Mrs. James Barbos.
after spending three weeks here I i
visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Mc-
Lt.' Col. "W. F. Tompkins of New Gehee. Mr. and Mrs. McGehee ac- :MRS. NOWLING ENTERTAINS
Orleans was a business visitor in 1
make business :
companied her to West Palm BRIDGE CLUB WEDNESDAYMrs.
Clewiston over the weekend.Mrs. Beach. I ,

R. C. Nowling was hostessto I t
J. A. McGehee and Mrs :
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Reuling II her bridge club Wednesday evening better
W. Shackleford visited in For } mousetraps notwithstanding, *

Myers Thursday.Mrs. and Friday children with of Mr.Peoria and ,Mrs.111., visited F. M. I.I i used in and decorations a patriotic and motif refresh-was ::|:; and retailers set up shop where the cus- .$

Paul Rardin of Canal Point Wright 'and Mr. and Mrs. H. A. I ments as the meeting date fell onWashington's :$: tomers are thickest. This in turn brings j
J spent the week-end visiting friends Bestor. The Reulings'are on vacation birthday.
f II i in Clewiston. .: i r-. in West Palm; Beach and High score prize, a linen chair ::f more custom, since one who buys atSmith's ::
i the Wright and Bestor families set, was won by Mrs. C. E. Nall .
is Brown's &
---- a potential buyer at as
J V 'pent Sunday on the beach with and second high, a linen bridgeset
Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Pafford and
I I went to Mrs. T. B. Shelley. well and busi-
1 daughters, Anne .and Kay, spent them. :1: more custom brings more f

I Saturday in West Palm Beach. Lovely the sandwiches refreshments being cut were in served a flag, :|: ness, until a retail center is formed. No- .3:

MRS. PATTERSON, :MRS. BIGG shape. :: knows which first
body quite *
ever came
Airs. R. Y. Patterson and ,Mrs. ARE HOSTESSES AT BRIDGE ,
Others attending Mrs. R. C.
I I M. W. Bigg were Saturday visitors I Wilson, Mrs. B. J. were Schroeder, Mrs. ::|:: the people or the stores, or why the center 3!

i t in West Palm Beach. Mrs. R. Y. Patterson and Roy Alston, Mrs. W. H. Lanier" :$: forms exactly where it does, but the end |
M. WV Bigg were hostesses Mrs. H. H. Turner and Miss Mae
: Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Flaniken and at a pretty bridge luncheon l\Irs'l I Palmer. :_: product is clear : the principal shops in ?

children visited in Canal Point Sun- at the home of Mrs..' .
:: most communities huddle together within -
I day. color scheme of red, white and _
'J blue 'was carried out in MRS. HARE HOSTESS TO :: of few blocks $
---- recognition AFTERNOON BRIDGE CLUB ; an area a usually on a
J Mrs. A. H. King was a visitor of Washington's birthday. :'
i Tuesday in West Palm Beach and Quantities' of red and white glad- single street. A street which in fact- :$;:

I Jupiter. :"oli arranged in blue vases adorned Mrs. R. M. Hare, Jr., was hostessto :: and 0 f.in name-is. "Main Street." .f.t

I ____ the living room, porch 'and en- the regular meeting of her .:. ..
I Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Beardsley and trance hall. In the dining room red bridge club Wednesday afternoon.A y +
j D. W. Beardsley were business vis- and white gerbera and roses were silver cold meat fork was :|!: "Main Street", Clewiston, is the best 3$:

itors in West Palm Beach Wednes used effectively. A delightful buffet awarded ot Mrs. John Elmore who ..i.. J.;
; day. luncheon was served from the din- held high score and the consolation s
ing table which was" lighted with prize, a sugar shell, went to Mrs. ? investment in Florida today.. |
red, white and blue Carl E. Berner. A delicious salad Y --- : \
; Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Coppedge tapers. Y +
1 i and son of Fort Pierce spent Sunday Mrs. J. W. Ezelle received a pairof course was served. t y v
Others attending were: Mrs. L. y
I visiting Mr. and Mrs. R. H. cutwork pillow cases as high *j I*
A. Wells, Mrs. A. C." Carlton, Mrs. **
Knight.Mr. score, Mrs. W. C. Owen a sandwich : E.. BEARDSLEY
V. C. Woodward, Mrs. Foy Dur-
tray of Fiesta ware as second i
rence: Mrs. Roy Alston and Mrs.G. .i. 0T >
and Mrs. WL F. Simpson and high, Mrs. E. L. Stewart a lunch- E. Etherton.
: I Mrs.. Olin Carleton visited friend son set as third high and Mrs. Her- :? ?

I in Moore Haven Wednesday even- man Scharnberg a bridge set for :f!: Real Estate Hopkins Bldg. $
consolation. A pair of guest towels,
:H f
I the cut prize, were won by Miss Read The Ads 1 (
Mr. and Mrs. Gideon Brown have Ollie Moorman. Mrs. William Lucaa :.,:--:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.*****************.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:...:..:..:;
taken the apartment at the Dahl- and Mrs. Eric Brodin received guest
' berg residence until the comple- prizes of stationery, Mrs. H. V.
I' 'y/Ts tion of their new home. Briant and Mrs. J. W. Francis
received powder and Mrs. Verne I
: r( Stiger sachet as" mementoes of the I .
Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Houser left
1 this week for West Palm Beach, party.; I
where Mr. Houser is undergoing The invited guests included Mrs. I ;
an appendectomy; today. H. V. Briant, Mrs. H. A. Bestor, I CHEVROLET SHIPS DIRECT
Mrs. B. A. Bourne, Mrs. J. D.
i ----
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Horn, Jr., Bruce, Mrs. Eric Brodin, Mrs.
left Sunday for their home in Beech Keathley Bowden, Mrs., Sidney Cro-
i Creek. Pennsylvania, after visiting chet, Mrs. C. L. Downs' Mrs F. TO FLORIDA DEALERS
for a week with Dr. W. D. Horn Deane Duff, Mrs. J. W.: Ezelle,
: II, at the Clewiston Inn. Mrs. J. Wj. Francis, Miss Virginia
i'' I Gallant, Mrs. Fred Henricksen,

G. T. Augur of Clewiston and Mrs. O. A. Jones, Mrs. H. C. Kol-

\ W. C. Nall of Moore Haven were stad, ,;. .:'..
>' in Orlando Tuesday to attend a Mrs. R. H. Knight, .Mrs. W. H. I' ',. : .. .r :,'."_'
I hearing on a proposed engineering Lanier, Mrs. B. P. Luce, Mrs. Wil- :.:, : ,
: project. liam Lucaa, Mrs. C. E. Miner, Mrs.E. .
1 ) --.- P. Mutrux, Mrs. E. C. Mills, I ;. ;. 7.. .'
!+ J.. E. Beardsley, D. W. Beards-, Miss Ollie Moorman, .Mrs. J. A. ".,', 1 .":
,. ley and Bob Beardsley are attend- McGehee, Mrs. W. C. Owen, Mrs. .,
ing the livestock meeting at the W. C. Prewitt, Mrs. .M;" M. Prewitt, .
state experimental farm at Belle Mrs. Herman Scharnberg, Mrs. O.
Glade today. F. Schiffli, Mrs. M. H. Scotti. Mrs. .I

::. Verne Stiger, Mrs. G. H. Small,
i Dr. and, Mrs. D. Jenkins Williams Mrs. E. L. Stewart, Mrs. W. Shack- ,
of Punta Gorda were luncheon leford, Mrs. M. E. VonMach, Mrs.
I. guests' of Mrs. W. F. Simpson and W. P. Vaughn, Mrs. ':H.' T. Vaughnand There's No Road-Wear on YOUR Chevrolet
,' ,it. Mrs. Olin Carleton Monday. The Mrs. F. M. Wright. I
Williams were en route to Jupiter !
for a few days. I When You Take Delivery

Mrs. Paul Briant and

sons of Jacksonville and Mrs. Bri- .
ant's mother, Mrs. T. K. Crane of H. T. Vaughn,and Mrs. W.
Decatur, Ga., left Jacksonville- P. Vaughn, Sr. entertained with
Saturday after a two weeks' visit a delightful bridge party at their G
with Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Jones. home Monday afternoon. Various

spring flowers were arranged in .
Mrs. F. L. Hudson and two the living and dining rooms where :
.tables: for play had been arranged.
daughters arrived last week to join '
Mr. Hudson, who opened the Hud- Boxes of powder were presentedas '"Factory inspected and approved" America is praising and you know what.

son Tailoring Company here in the guest prizes to Mrs. Grace Pat- that's the way your NEW you're getting.
I. fall. The Hudsons are residing in terson, Miss Abbie Metzer of Em- I. Chevrolet comes to you! You know, for instance, that you're getting
.I i the Dahlberg house on the ridge" porium, Pa., Mrs. Eric Brodin, Philadelphia Just as, it left the Chevrolet assembly plant full wine when you buy a NEW Chevrolet. You
Mrs. William Lucaa, New I
after the final for no tire and engine mileage that has been
rigorous, thoroughgoing inspecpay
Senator and Mrs. David Elmer York City, Mrs. F. E, Veltre, At-
Ward of Fort Myers visited in lanta, and Mrs. Bessie .Elliott, Cape tion, your Chevrolet reaches the dealer. You can used-for hundreds of miles-before the auto-
Clewi&ton Wednesday. :Senator Ward May, New Jersey. A1*. gray, high buy in confidence from the leader of the automobile is inv your hands. You know, too, that

was guest speaker at the evening score prize, was wonjjby Miss Ab- mobile industry. Millions of Americans have! you're getting the style leader for 1939, the

i, meeting of the Parent-Teacher As, bie Metzer, a double deck of cards, When you buy a NEW Chevrolet, and smartest car in the low-price field And you know,
I sociation. second high was won by Mrs. J. NEW Chevrolet, that you're
take dealer's when buy
i/ proudly delivery .at your you you your
111 H. Pressley, and a hat brush, the ills
from motoring ,
I know will control that crucial "breakin"period. buying satisfaction,
J. J. Harrington and daughter, travelling prize, went to Mrs. C. you has
E. Miner. No unknown 'driver, no highway and the economy of operation that always
I. Miss Jane Harrington, of Indian
River, Michigan, are spending a Guests included Mrs. E. T. Hurst, hazards, no road-wear appears in the "case characterized Chevrolet. Buy Chevrolet
I week in Clewiston. Mr. Harringtonis Miss Abbie l\IetzeIfrs. Grace Pat- history" of your car! You buy the car all and be satisfied!

one of the directors and former terson, Mrs. Herman ,Scharnberg,
: general manager of the United Mrs. William Lucaa Mrs. Eric
I States Sugar Corporation. Brodin, Mrs. O. F. :Schiffli, Mrs. TOOK
C. E. Miner, Mrs. C; W. Fuller,
Leo Ohlert and Harry McKinley Mrs. F. E. Veltre, Mrs. 'M. Meluh,
I of Detroit, Mich., visited last Saturday Mrs. Bessie Elliott, : Mrs. R. Y.
t with Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Patterson, Mrs. C. E. Mills, Mrs.
VonMach on their way home from J. D. Bruce, Mrs. M.; M. Prewitt, decisionClewiston l Mow Company
a vacation trip to Miami, Cuba and : Mrs. M. E. VonMach',. Mrs. B. A. :
0' : Puerto Rico. One oft those men is Bourne, Mrs. Fred HenrIcksen, Mrp.

.a byer.of. the largest departroen J. .H. PresEley, Mrs. .A. L. JIackett,
store In Detroit anti the otter; is Mrs." W. P. Vau!;hn,' Jr, ;oad {rS1 V Florida

",- t,4] fiatlr e ,ftft ttofo; .c'f.ttfat' city, M..W. > : : ,' :

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CHAPTER Continued I "Then we may proceed to the Gloria moved over to him. '"I'll "Gee!" commented Gloria, peer- champion chicks. Oldest hatchery In

-17- : matter of terms." go when you go" she resolutely ing within. "You_ were a rich guy Write Georgia and first in state to- bloodiest.

"What's the proposition?" asked Kelsey suddenly felt strangely list- announced. once, weren't you!" today

Kelsey. less. "Terms? Terms for what?" Marne whistled ,softly. "So it's "Not that I remember." r'

"It concerns Mr. A. Leon Sny- "The minor services which I in- that way" she commented. There "Fifteen thousand dollars in one BLUE RIBBON HATCHERY

dacker." dicated." was just a touch of wistfulness to lump is what I call rich." 215 Forsyth St., S. W., Atlanta Ca.

"Don't like him." "Oh, yes. I see. That's the way her smile. "Well I'm not going to\ "You're feverish, my child. It's
"That need not constitute an ob 1 look to you, is it? Well, if I ever leave a pal alone and unprotectedhere. fifteen dollars."

stacle." Mr. Gormine was trying look that way to myself,_1'11 cut my It wouldn't be proper." "One, five, three tall ciphers, period -

his best to 'be persuasive and suc throat. You'll have to excuse me, "Nor safe," chuckled the beauty- two small fat ciphers. What
ceeding only in being insinuating."I if you don't mind." girl. d'you make of that?" e SAFETY TALKS)

am representing his interests in Observing inwardly that this "I haven't received my daily hintto "Let me see it."
this matter without his knowledge.The queer young man looked as if h'e leave yet" observed Kelsey mild- Martin studied the bank book, his
fact is, I am endeavoring to might carry out his selfdestructive ly. expression of perplexity deepeningto Most Hazardous Occupation

extricate him from a situation which threat at any moment, Mr. Gor- a frown. "Error at'the bank," he MOST farmers probably would
"Nobody expects you to cheat
desire mine departed, merely stating that scorn. the use of industry's
It is
may prove damaging. yourself out of
your remainingweek said.Marne
able that I should have some sourceof he was remaining until the evening ; rent paid," jibed Marne.He picked up the record of affluence 'ste -toed safety shoes, hard hatsto ;;i
information at headquarters." train. which he had dropped and protect their heads from falling
"Up to that time," he stated gen- cast an appraising glance at examined it. objects, and goggles with unbreak-
"In plain words,, a spy, inter the flood. "The building ought to
tly, 1 should be glad to see you. "The entry is dated July 16," she able lenses to ward off sparks
preted Kelsey unpleasantly."Now be for another week
good at least.
1 shouldn't, said Kelsey.He commented."At from the grindstone and splinter
Mr Sayles; Mr. Sayles! Unless, of course, the water rises
sat staring blindly at the door which tune' I was being from the wood-cutting power saw.
This is a legitimate procedure. through which the lawyer had with faster than it has been. rocked in the 'cradle of the deep." If this be true, it may possibly
There is no occasion to employ And, then?" asked the proprietor. '
drawn. Well nothing really new "At which time the Purity Pic- account for agriculture ranking
harsh terms. had been told him. He must have .
tures prize novel was just about first as the most hazardous of
"All right. Proceed with your legitimate known, within himself, all along. Kelsey shrugged. "Hope you'vegot being announced," supplementedGloria. occupational enterprises.The .
procedure'" < Any fool would have known. The flood insurance. Anyway it'll National Safety council reports -

"I may rely upon your discre-. ............. .. .n.... ._.... ..............n... n...... w.............. n_.................. "Exactly what I was thinking," that of 19,500 fatalities in Ji '
r -
tion? observed Marne. occupational accidents, during ,

Kelsey nodded. Three heads converged above the 1937, agriculture, or farm acci-
"Good! As you are 'doubtless entry. Martin broke the silence. dents, contributed 4,500. Trade

aware, Mr. Snydacker has become "You don't suppose that Kelseyhe and service industries were responsible -
unfortunately involved with one of began. ,for another 4,500 acci-

the young women connected with "How else 'could it have got dental deaths. All other industries
this latest production of his." there?" experienced fewer, accident fatalities -

"I don't know anything about it < :Sr, r "Sweet cheese'n crackers!" during that year, the council
and don't want to." .::4 .a 1e'r.': rrwe. wo' Mfrs' / y4
"It looks rather as if our little said.Machinery
"Hear me out, please, Mr. Sayles. and animals were
2 :soli W y o>r ti yi/; j/fYwt<, :1Y4xi hero had deposited that fifteen thou-
'This is a most distasteful task andI 4 sand dollars," drawled Marne. the cause of most fatal farm acci-

: beg that you will not make it "To my account!" dents, machinery figuring in 29 \

more so. Insofar as is possible I "Then he isn't the heel that we per cent and animals iij 21 per '

.have kept aloof from the screen figured him," announced Gloria. cent. In order, other farm haz-
' {phase of Mr. activities ards and the cent of fatalities
.. Snydacker's "We never gave him a show to ex per .
barring the formal details of plain. Just assumed he was a grafter they caused were:' Excessive heat,

contracts. I am a family lawyer, and a- skin and jumped down his 11 per cent; falls, 9 per cent; ve-

Mr. Sayles,. and the personnel of throat when he started to say some hicular, 8 per cent; lightning, 5
the silver screen' is wholly alien to thing." per cent; crushed by falling tree,

'my tastes and interests. Consequently "Where does that leave us?" demanded 4.per cent; all others, 13 per cent.

I find myself embarrassedby k J Martin.

the necessity of such intimate & "Out on a limb," answered Glo-
; f f rah '
personal negotiations. : A Three Days' CoughIsYourDangerSignal
"What negotiations? bluntly the rest of the monkeys,"
asked Kelsey."In 4 Is Y YAlCvSZ: ; i v5 ll added he ruefully.. "

this case, with Miss Marion "Not me,". disclaimed Marne. .
{ '
Norman Van Stratten, so-called the 2 y/ "It's all his' own fault." No matter how many medicines ; .\.
have tried for
you your common
star of 'Maiden Effort. "Let's get him down here and
r a h cough, chest cold, or bronchial irritation -
"That ought to be simple enough.She + square it." ,you may get relief now with
has her contract, I suppose." The trio looked at one another. Creomulsion. Serious trouble may
"I do not refer her contractual "You "' be brewing and you cannot affordto
to get him they said in per- take a chance with any remedy
relations with my client, but to oth- fect unison. I less potent than Creomulsion which

ers, more compromising." "Marne's the one to do it," decided goes right to the seat of the trouble

Kelsey scowled. "That's no af- 4 ;i Gloria. the and inflamed aids nature mucous to soothe membranesand and heal
fair of mine. "Why pick on me? to loosen and expel germ-

"It was bad enough," pursued the "1 beg that will ,control yourself." "You've snooted him the worst. laden phlegm.Even .
lawyer, with pursed lips, "to have you Of course if you're ashamed to face if other remedies have failed,

him squander upon her emeralds emeralds, the dress, ,the very fact hardly come so suddenly but what him-" sion.don't Your be discouraged druggist is try authorized Creomul-to

worth a king's ransom. You have. of a rank amateur like Marne get- we'll have plenty of time to get "Ashamed?" Marne's small chin refund your money if you are not;

doubtless seen her flaunting them. ting, the star part. It all pointed away." went up. "What of, I'd like to thoroughly satisfied with the bene-
I perceive that you have. I shouldbe unmistakably to one conclusion. "And it can't rain forever," said know!" With lips set in the classic fits obtained. Creomulsion is one
glad to hear from line of disdain she made word,ask for it plainly, see that the
a the optimistic Holmes to the others. a militaryexit. name on the bottle is Creomulsion .
suitable consideration, of course- CHAPTER.; The man-of-all-work, bearing a Gloria winked at. Martin. and you'll get the genuine productand
other information relevant to my pile of dishes to the door, turned "Think she'll crawl?" the relief you want. (Adv.)

inquiry." Still it rained. A restless, yellow and barked once before he vanished. "I doubt it. But) feel like it my- I I

Kelsey leaned forward. His gaze, smear spread and crawled across "Glunk thinks it can,"' interpreted self." Good for NaughtToo

somber and contemplative."Do the lawn on its way to the< lake. Marne. "I caught him tying up his "Same here." I good, for great things and

you know what I'm think- The cellar was a pool the barn- belongings for departure yesterday There was no suggestion of abase- too great for good. uller.MFOR .
ing? said he. \ yard a morass. The drone of swol- ." ment in the emissary's demeanor

"I do not." len waters set a monotone, somno- "Sensible Glunk," approved Kel- ; when she returned, bringing Kelsey I

"That I should very much like to lent and boding, to the measure of sey. "If I had anything of valuein I along. The effect was rather that TENDER SKill /1n

push in you'r elderly and unattrac-- life at Maiden Effort Headquarters. this .place I'd certainly get it of a schoolmarm leading a recalci- RLU
tive face." Glunk addressed hourly incantationsto out and onto high and dry and trant pupil to the rostrum of retri- !0;

"An ill-advised threat," returnedthe spirits beyond the pall of clouds. pretty pronto. Just to be on the safe bution. SNOW-WHITE PETROLEUM JELLY J.
lawyer imperturbably. "If I The little group began to feel that side." "Good morning, 'Judge' said Kel: JFOLKSHere

have inadvertently trodden upon they were living in an isolated "As always," supplied Marne sey impartially. "What's the
your toes, I regret it. Perhaps you, world. softly. charge?"

yourself have a sentimental inter- Not isolated, however, from A. "Just the same, it makes sense," "We all want an explanation." OLD
est in the young lady. In that Leon Snydacker. Telegrams of in- declared Martin. "We'd all better "What of?" Is Amazing Relief for
event"Don't-" "This." She thrust the bank Conditions Due to Sluggish Bowels
struction inquiry and command book
: get busy and do just that thing. )1 j If you thlni all laxatives
be a fool, said Kelsey violently emanating from the New York offices I beneath his nose. lit a.J /IJ 1J act alike just try this
: "I have no more interest in followed one another in quick Kelsey strolled away. The semi- He shied back. "Oh, hell! I "CflJEI: so ell voqetable mild. thorough lautlve.. re-
her than I have in you." ostracism to which he had been con- thought I'd hidden that." Ircshlns, Jnvlsoratlng. Dependable relief from
succession'over the local
telephone lick headaches. bilious spells, tired feeling when
"Very good. Then I may tell you to consigned to the fireplace by sistently subjected since Holmes' return "You did. Why?" associated with constipation.
box of N1 from
25 your
that Miss Van Stratten is in processof common consent, until a couple of was getting on his nerves. But "I was in a' hole" he muttered. Without Risk! druggist. Make too test-then:
he would not on account have t dcllchtei.! return the box to us. We wW
any "
blackmailing my client. "You put yourself m it then rein
poles collapsed putting the wire out ; retorted the purchase
"I think you're returnedthe given evidence of it. There was the prlco. That's fair. a
crazy, of commission and blessedly cuttingoff accuser, "by not comingout Get NR Tablets today. .
young man contemptuously. further communication.Early within him a stratum of obstinacy in the open and telling us you'd p.

"Whatever else may be going on, one morning Marne wokeup which on occasion could become sul- turned the money for the story over ALWAYS CARRY QUICK RELIEF

you can't make me believe thatshe's len. to the real author. That's what / FOR ACID
feeling her bed shift and sway ... you _
that kind." Martin Holmes retired to his ,
did, isn't it? INDIGESTION
beneath her as if from the .undulations
The lawyer wagged his head.. "A of an earthquake. She men- study, whence there emerged forth- "Yes."

dangerous type, Mr.. Sayles. A for- tioned it at the breakfast table. Gloria with an alarming sound of objects "Then' why didn't you come. out
midable She has enticed hurled about. The went "
type. Mr too, had had her slumbers dis being with it?
Snydacker, who is specially susceptible turbed. 'in. They found: him standing before "I, tried to. You all had your
to feminine charms into liaison his work-desk despair his "
a "Foundations settling, probably," upon minds made up beforehand.. "
and now to make him features and assorted docu- "
proposes volunteered Kelsey, addressing no gaunt "That's right, confirmed Gloria. v.
pay. through the nose. Wait a moment one in particular. No one addressed ments on all sides of him. "So you got sore," pursued

'. ; no-interruption, if you please. him except of necessity, these days. I "You sit down," ordered Gloria, Marne "and sulked. Just like a May Warn of Disordered 'Ii f
I speak by the book. She has, her assuming command of the chaos. bad kid." Kidney Action

self, admitted the relationship with Lines of anxiety appeared between "I'll sort..out. Marne'U tie up." Looking the part thus ,ruthlessly Modem life with its hurry and worry
Mr. Martin Holmes' eyes. "You're an Irregular habits improper eating and
Snydacker and indicated ascribed
even They fell to work. Piles of manu- to him Kelsey mumbled drinking-its risk of exposure and infec
perhaps to re-enforce her extortionate I. architect, he said brusquely.- I something about its being enough to tion-throws heavy strain on the workof
demands, that there might be "What about it?" script were neatly arranged. Books ; make anybody the kidneys. They are apt to become
sore. over-taxed and fail to filter excess acid
segregated. All the utensils
consequences of a sort which can Kelsey grunted and answered theowner's I "All the time you were making and other impurities from the life-giving
only describe as disastrous. Disastrous question. "It's a good, sol- of the writer's trade were made monkeys of us," accused Marne blood.You suffer nagging backache
ready for transportation. Rummaging may
Mr. Sayles." id building. hotly, "and a martyr of yourself. headache, dizziness getting up nights
"Do you know what you're talking "But1' is it safe?" in a lower drawer, the boss of Instead of coming out squarely-" leg pains, swelling-feel constantlytired
all Other
out. signs
nervous worn
the small
job a limp
about? Because if you don't." "Nothing's'safe against hydraulic came upon (TO BE CONTINUED) of kidney or bladder disorder may be
"I beg that you will control yourself pressure when it gets too heavy." booklet bearing the written inscrip- burning scanty or too frequent urination.
Use Doan'j Pills. Doan'i help the
Mr. Sayles," said the lawyer Martin ground out ,his cigarette."I tion, "Martin Holmes, with a num- Weapons of the ZulusA kidneys to get rid of excess poisonous
rising hastily and placing himself think you girls had better pack ber beneath the name."What'n Zulu chief named Moselikatsff body waste. They are antiseptic to the
urinary tract and tend to relieve irritation -
placatingly beside Kelsey. "Miss your duds and go." I do with this? became famous a century ago anf and the pain it causes. Manygrate-

Van Stratten made the admission to "And leave you two here?" que- "Throw it out the' window." was. the ruler: of thousands of square ful people recommend Doan'i.of They
have had more than forty years public
me personally within three days, at ried Gloria. "Better take a look. It's a rec-. miles,:-H :_carried shield .'made approval. Ask your neighbor '\
Maiden. Effor.t Headquarters.: Are "To cut one another's throats?" ord" of some sort." :." from an ox hide:. Sears'weie the

you pnepai'.d".. b.4oubJ my word?" added Marne. "-Bankbppk.} Obsolete. Extinct.Reof : chief weapons of old-lime Zulus, and'
"I suppo.se"not," muttered the "It's my house," pointed out Martin + my..Iongrast days of sof- each soldier carried two'or three of I

young man dully. vency. Chuck it." them.


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1\\j ._ 'Ag' Department, 50 Years, Old, ASK ME O A Quiz With Answers I!i

HEALTH Leads Active Serviceable LifeJust ANOTHER' r Offering Information
on. Various Subjects ,
I .....
Injection of 'Hardening its I
starting fifty-first year, 1. How many bridges are there 000th as much light from the full i
substance causes varicose the United Slates department of across the Mississippi river? moon as from the sun. 1

.i veins to dry up. agriculture is a far greater institution 2. How does the light, we get 3. The population of the world is
I r than in 1889 when it became tram the moon compare with that approximately 2,000,000,000. 'If all
By Dr. James W Barton t the eighth executive department from. the sun? these people were in Texas, each
! of the federal govern 3. Is there room for all the peo- individual could occupy about

I WOULD be safe' to say" ment. These photos show highlights ple. in the world in Texas? 3,706 square feet.
IT at least two of every of the modern department. 4. What country did not know 4. The inhabitants of Tristan da

five adults have varicose .__.. ___. _.__.._. .... .._._. ___.. ., that the World war was over until Cunha, a small island group in the
{ ;' '. ''S."iSrVL's. years afterward? Atlantic ocean, received no wordof
veins to some degree-thighs, 5. What is an illuminated.manu- the war's being over until 1922.

'I legs, ankles, lower bowel script? 5. A book written by hand on

i (hemorrhoids) scrotum (var- aaaa'p The Answers parchment (usually by monks)
icocele) and elsewhere For- 1. There 'are more than 150. and illustrated with hand draw
2. The earth gets about 1-600 ings and paintings.
tunately most cases require

no treatment as no symptoms tE-
.1 :
:''I I are present. There are a great

,'I 11 I j number of cases of varicose : By

:'; ; veins in the legs sometimes HOW p SEW RUTH WYETH I

,,1# : accompanied by varicose ulcers SPEARSOA

''i ,I \ difficult to heal. Just what ------.................. -- -- - --......... -- ...........................--
j \# should or should not be done is often
f,' ,I : f. a problem to tnese .rok' .}.v r as isL. FA plete directions for making many
: et:' patients.As e A useful things. Books are 25 cents
a guide to patients each. If you order both books, a
crazypatch quilt leaflet is included
4 I II I:i%kI and physi-
cians in the treatment I 'FREE; it illustrates 36 authentic
I ] of varicose Research to multiply the embroidery stitches in detail. Ad-
I veins. Doctors How- uses of farm products is an important A CANDLEWICKIMg/. dress Mrs. Spears, 210 S. Des-
j : ard R. Mahornerand : phase. Above, Dr. O. E. A I I plaines St., Chicago, lli.Q .

1 1I I Alton Oschner. May, departmental chemist, f I YELUOW FOR CURTAINS GINGHAM
New Orleans, offer ,with auto accessories made \ 4 S AND RUFFLE-
some suggestions in from :soybeans. Below, other USE A BOX FOR
Annals of Surgery. SEAT-PAD TOP
They recommend r' agricultural experts combat disease 4 WITH COTTON : do Luden's
farm animals. ii
I I Dr. Bartonthe band use or of tourniquet a tight iIir among : BROWN GINGHAM tain an alkaline factor?

j across different levels of the thigh- .. Yif ,; r, s3! "DEAR'MRS. SPEARS: wish
upper third, the midthigh and the use yellow to brighten up NSWER
I f lower third. When the patient walks I4&ri& our guest room. What color couldbe
j : with the tourniquet applied the vari- combined with this? My smart It. To help build up your
1 I I cosities-swollen, twisted parts of I effects must be accomplished with alkaline reserve when
veins-do not stand out as much as ; .
:+y' .L.: r:; 1es a v :bG:i % spare minutes rather than 'expen- you have a cold.LUBIN'S .
: i when standing still or walking with- N ;''aW.'h: sive 'materials, so I would appreciate -
out the tourniquet, but in certain instances a helpful hint along this
\ j ""'/ there are different degrees line.-M. S." S
'I' of improvement with the tourniquet w
A If really want to make that
\ i at different levels. s\ : j yellow guest room smart, use
Treatment-by injection or operation ---di% .Ww-f-Y--
touches of brown Ito add character. -
-is not recommended in ad- I have sketched an idea for
'vanced age, lowered vitality, preg- Beef meeting standards of the 4.f ,you here. Mark your material
nancy, tumors or inflammation of department is given the official with little dashes about six inches diVESATISFACTION 0 ,
veins (phlebitis). stamp of "U. S. Choice." apart and then make the tasselsas

'Hardening' Substance Used. shown. For the bedspread, reverse -
The r .&.-J:V::.: .m ',' f. -
"active" treatment consistsof E ri ?SkSJ} 'rr nark"' ;ypa the color scheme, using yellow
injecting the veins with a "hard-' tassels on brown material. GUARANTEED I IBklckman'
ening" substance which causes them .. +'r Several rows of the tassels may Medicated Lick-A-Brik
to dry up, or removing portions of make a border for spread or cur- Blackmail's Stock Powder
the veins by operation. tains instead of an all-over 'design Blackman's Cow Tonic
t Cases chosen for the injection zk'cfj1') if desired. Blackman's Hog Powder

method are "Now is the time for all of us Blackman's Poultry Powder
1 1. Early cases with small varicose to give our houses a fresh start. Blackman's Poultry TabletsBlackman's
veins of the calf or lower leg Crisp new curtains; a bright .slip Lice Powder
I l' in which the deep veins will return cover; new lampshades; or an ottoman NONE HNEH-IOWER COST
!I the blood to the heart when the will do the trick. Make GET RESULTS OR

1 varicose veins are destroyed. r' t ,: x% 'these things yourself.Mrs.Spears' YOUR MONEY BACK
I j 2. Certain cases which refuse operation. Book SEWING, for the Home BUY FROM YOUR DEALER

Decorator, shows you how with :) { 'I1
i 3. Cases where patients dislike step-by-step, easy to follow
I idea of operation but are willing to .,,;} y... ;, '. sketches. Book 2, Gifts, Noveltiesand STOCK MEDICINE CO.
undergo injection treatment at present :)r 'y'I i: r Embroidery, will give you a CHATTANOOGA. TENN.

1 .I time. new interest. It contains 'corn-
For mild cases elastic stockings

and bandages are recommended. A Long Lesson
\", ..Starting AvalanchesIn Life is a long lesson in humility.J. .

I Appendicitis Deaths the Swiss Alps, an avalancheor M. Barrie.
snowslide-is sometimes
I .\ Can Be Decreased h started- by such a trifling thing as

: When the death rate for appendicitis Above, a federal bacleriologisl the breeze ,created by the wing of >t
I in one large city is about three takes ,,3 sample of canned foods a bird; and the slide often comes
times that of another large city, down the mountainside with such e I -=OUR"CapBrush"Appl7cator-
of bacterial contami
there must be some reason other suspected force that the' resultant wind is ,
malei"BLACK l AF 40
than the skill of the surgeons or the nation. The federal pure food ?:'lr y'r,5"1S '"' tr'5y : strong enough to uproot the treeson UST CO MUCH FARTHER
: staff and equipment of the hospitals. law is enforced by the agricul each side of its course.-Col- DASH IN FEATHERS..

i Dr. Mont R. Reid, Cincinnati, in tural department. Right, the de lier's Weekly.
Surgery, states that the lapse of partment operates weather bu

time between the onset of the symp- reaus. Here a "radiosonde," new r( it )hwy/

toms and operating appears to be robot weather observer, takes ';:a5;: '/.Lp lfRS f ['
the important factor in determiningthe
observations on upper-air con
death rate. For example in
ditions for forecasters. F:a' ; ;
Philadelphia where the length of use by 1.rG Y. :.N
I I I time between the appearance of the Below: A marketing specialist

first symptoms and operation is 49 samples grain in a freight car.
hours, the death rate is 11 per 100- Under the grain standards act IE5 !
000; whereas in Cincinnati, where the department must certify thai M
the death rate is over 30 per 100,000. every lot of wheat must meet the
1 Statistics also show that the taking official specifications. l'rry
1 of purgatives definitely in-
creases the death rate. .
v:Yr i h r.
In communities where intensive 'C"i
campaigns have been 'conducted to frr
apvR/Aevaorrrnrb' ''l.'.; .. .
} 5 5'
educate the public with respect to i }r
) dangers of delaying operation and :ti/: ;J:0: /rP//fi':% r',4,1, 3.LI .. :yi .JY' ; lbr 'r.!
j taking purgatives, the death rate #
has been greatly reduced.

Early Operations Necessary.Just 1 \
as a physician would not now
refuse, tp use antitoxin for diphtheria I \ \4
so'should the physician,. in the
light of the knowledge that early operation
\I lowers the death rate in appendicitis
I \ not neglect to advise this ..uo / 13rS'
early operation.Dr. (.?.k...,v yl Va. //I1j//7
Reid also states that in his
experience when he is sure an acute
unruptured appendix is present, he
j advises immediate surgery. "I have
long since refused the responsibility \ a f
of 'observing' any case of acute l '
appendicitis: In practice this
: must be borne by my the patient or The regular use of Quaker State Motor
"! his family." Oil means more miles of care-free driving. ,
:?' Another point is that while the This is made possible because Quaker i !

typical or "usual" signs of appendicitis State is pure acid free. Each drop of
-pain that starts in region of
i stomach and then shifts down to oil is rich lubricant. possesses maximum Retail price
\ lower right side of abdomen and heat and wear resisting qualities. .Choose 35 per quart

, .' r*. stays there, together with nausea Acid Free Quaker State now and-vyour car
, \ : m "yomiting--are: f )UId.in,. the majority will run better, last longer. Quaker State
I of cases, the appendix
I "' be situated at other than its regu- Oil Refining Corp.,Oil City,Pennsylvania. ..
lar position and so not give the usual

symptoms. MYi .enS /'' };G.rIadw'at.9.'t9.kf GGML aF ASi4c.i. > L'M/ _. '
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PAU'E EIGHT .. I .' : "' _. .-THE. CLEWTSTON NEWS ,, ... FRIDAY.:.FEBPyy: r UY,,,:2tf, .! 1039

u -
? J mlli m H ffilm@ IillI ul 11@mllm !II I seen you at the church.:" "Yes", has been arranged and all ladies are adopted in Hendry county for Fri' J}') ,
I replied the man "this is the first invited to attend. day and Saturday.
WITH THEChurches time this church has ever been on Week of Prayer Program and It is understood that the soil READ THE AD$

fire." Mpral: If we want a revivalof Luncheon, conservation checks to sugar cane Along With the News
religion in our community our not received at this
1 growors were
February 26 to March 6 is the
I people and our churches must be time but will be distributed a lit-
annual week of prayer for home
lirdFIRST on fire for God. tle later.Cattle.
. Lil
JJ ,. mll IJ missions among the more than
Sunday evening the message is 600,000 members of women's missionary -
BAPTIST CHURCH about a different kind of fire. The : societies over seventeen i InspectedFor
Marshall Mines, Pastor. subject is "Hell-Fire and Damna- southern states. This; is a periodof
tion". What| : does it mean to be prayer devotion and study when Bangs DiseaseMoore
"The Church of Friendly Distinc- "Lost"? Is there a Hell, and': whatis more than 35,000 organizations in

tion." it like? What sends a person to Southern Baptist convention come -----
Services every: Sunday: Hell? How can we escape Hell? together to unite their hearts in ( Haven Democrat)

Sunday School 9:45 I a. m., B. These and other vital questions'. heavenly petition for the work of Dr. A. A. Moore of Arcadia,
E. Herring, Supt. will be discussed. the more than 350 Southern Bap- veterinarian with the Departmentof i!

Morning Worship 11:00. Ser Ordination Service Sunday tist home missionaries and work- Agriculture was here Mondayand ,

mon by the Pastor. The public is cordially invited to ers. A special offering is taken I Tuesday of this week inspect-

D, Y. P. U. 6:30 p. in., V. C, attend the special ordination serv- each year for these, mission stations -I ing dairy cattle in this and Hendry D

Woodward Director. ice to be held on Sunday afternoon and last year more than county for Bang's Disease.Dr. ,
Evening Preaching 7:30 p. m. at two-thirty in our church. The $135,000 was received.! Membersand Moore reported that he test- Consider
Sermon by the Pastor. I program will consist of three five- friends of our mission society ed more than 110 cattle in Moore
Midweek Service every Wednesday minute addresses by ministers' from here are invited to join with usa Haven, Felda and LaBelle on Monday -
at 7:30 p. m. neighboring churches on the sub- we devote ourselves to prayer and in covering the outlying thf5E AngUs
during this week.A :. areas Tuesday ''he is believed to have
I jects: "The Origin and Qualifications -
FireFireFireLast of Deacons"; "The Church special program will be heldon made almost as many tests. I"\wning" your own home is real

I Behind Us Deacons";; "The Duties Wednesday, March 1, in keep- Bang's Disease tests formerly V economy because you save the
Sunday night the Holy Spirit of Deacons Today." ing with the plans of Southern given only when desired by the landlord's profit. Any family need-
shed His light upon us and six Baptists. The services will beginat owner of the cattle is now com- ing a home will do well to look at
will be brief
There a
members were brought into our
new to be ordained followed by 10:30 in the morning, with var- pulsory and if any cases are discovered our selection of homes and buy
church. The manifestation prompts the 'is before real estate values increase
and ious talks and reports on the work owner JO
the pastor to bring a series of two the laying of hangs ceremony
being done. The noon hour from kill the animal affected and be further.We will gladly help you
Rev. W.
which being saved the ordaining prayer., L'i
sermons were $25.00 for each killed. attain debt-free ownership of
minute 12:00 to 1:30 will be devoted toa paid cow so your
for a later date. The ,morning mes- Head will deliver a twenty I home thru
covered dish luncheon at the In a few months Dr. Moore states payments rent.
to conclude the service.
will be sermon
sage, called "Spirit-Light" that he will return to make the
church each lady bringing a dish
in hearts. Those to be ordained are A. H. i
about the Holy Spirit
B. E. Herring V. C. of food and her own table service. tubercular tests on all dairy cat- Clewiston Federal
What does it mean tor God to Broadfoot
and M. C., Vowell. It The afternoon session from 1:30to tle.
dwell within us? Who is the Holy Woodward
. that large group will 3:00 will be devoted to prayer I and LoanAssociation
Spirit? How can we have Him in is hoped a Savings
to witness the ceremony. devotion and study. All ladies are
our hearts? The story is told of be present
I invited to attend. A special mis- ,
I lIisiou'Societ Meets TuesdayThe ?
a church that caught fire and ) IS YOUR SUBSCRIPTOX PAID
meeting of sion offering will be taken at both ,
the regular program
the minister in going among '
crowd saw a man that he had been the Women's Missionary Society of services. ",

trying for some time to get into the 'First Baptist Church will be

the church. "Well John" he said, held on Tuesday afternoon at 3:30 COMMUNITY CHURCH ........_-........_.......................... ..............................................._....................................................................
"this is the first time I've ever at the church. A splendid program ... Royal Palm Avenue -

Forest C. Taylor, Minister i'i
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( I 1'' 11I11111111111 IIRI1IIIIII!! !!!! II"'IIIIH !! '''-''!' '' !!!!!! \II{'"111'"IIIIII"' "''''''''""'''"1'1' '''''''1'''''' "" Morning worship and sermon next 'S'I I
Sunday at eleven o'clock. Sermon Y 'I

X: .. ; subject '"The Ends of' the Earth".

:: THE TELEPHONE y* :. A the program, choir. ,of appropriate music by f CLEWISTON 60LF t. I

: Y '. .:.,
Sunday school every Sunday
morning at nine forty-five.
yh I t
Y Christian Endeavor meeting Sun COURSE'
.. (. :s: day evening at 6:30. *
.. "
's. / --- ;. ; .
,- will 'i
The Junior Endeavor meet ;
:: : ::
::. I :- i Monday afternoon at 3:30. : .
:: ; .. ;
s ::
:: Can you afford to close the door in :=;: ed The to public worship is very in the cordially, Community invit- Y't'y i I .,.

:: the face of your friends for a, consideration :i: Church. I' ..i':.

:.i: of less than 1 1Oc per, day? .:';:. Soil Conservation I ..:.'

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:!: In times of emergency, sickness or :i;: Checks Received r F I It
:: death, the telephone is your nearest :i: Open to the Public \ i

( Moore Haven Democrat)
:i: neighbor. Y I Checks were received at the of- f !

Y fice of County Agent. G. C. Hodge Y I

:_!: Make an end to isolation by seeing 3;: this farmers week and for cattlemen distribution! ,of this to and the ';

:;: our I manager today for telephoneservice. ::i: Hendry county who complied with ? I IX

.s.' soil conservation practices ,during s ,. ..,'..'. -" I :a.Moderate .- ..'. ',.',. '. ':
:i: _; 's' 0( ; .'. -
1938 under the Agricultural Ad- "t' ...' .:.

i; .4: justment Act. The total amount y y :

.:.. ::: 'received by the two counties was '
-.-.- s
Y Yi not available as this is' written. :yi i: Green Fees :: !
Everyone who participated in the
INTER COUNTY TELEPHONE program and who received checks i :_;:: Exceptional Fairways 4 ,
Iy I-
s 's'j were notified by Mr. Hodge
& 'TELEGRAPH COMPANY diately and asked to call il'l-me-I' :;: Interesting Greens I '
j I
office on Wednesday Thursday and I

I Friday of. this week in Glades coun-
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