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: March 3, 1939
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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I I : Bitting Is Host At Annual Dinner Tuesday Night

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1/ U. S. S. C. Directors Fail I Florida Power And Charles S. Mott Presents Bonus Awards I

Light Line CompletedThe To Men

: To Declare Dividend Key Of Sugar Corporation

Florida Power and Light o

.I '':',''Ij Company has completed the ex- KEY MEN RECEIVE BONUSESAT Corporation's President
) I ;, ( tension of their line from Lake PRESIDENT'S DINNER

(! ," FEDERAL RESTRICTIONS CAUSE II jII( FISHING IS GOon Harbor to Hooker's Point and
Expresses Pride In
OVER "11 EK-} ND lights were turned on in the latter Bonus awards were made at

:, \ ON COMMON STOCK I community last week. The new the President's Dinner Tuesday Record Made

j : --;-- H. C. Kolstad, A. O. Ward and power line parallels the highway evening to the following key;

''I i At the meeting of the board of I Ed, Ward enjoyed the thrill that fairly ,close almost to the Hendry men of the United States Sugar -

I, directors of the United States Sugar county line.It .
comes few times in the life of! Corporation: : Clarence R. Bitting, president of
(, Corporation held in ClewistonTuesday even the most ardent fisherman is understood that no branch FisherV.. Ange, H. A. Best-: I the United States Sugar Corporation -

F1 II : no action was taken relative line will be run from this line to or,1'V.. Bigg, W. E. Bolton, was host Tuesday night to
I when they were fishing in the Observation -
I I to dividends on the common Bare Beach and Ritta planta- B. A. Bourne, W. L. Brantley, the key men of the organization,

stock.. Island vicinity last' Sun- tion villages at least for the pres- Josiah D. Bruce, jr., F. E., members of the board of directorsand v
I day afternoon. There were few ent as the business from the camps Brjant, S. L. Crochet, F. Deane a number of distinguishedguests
I In commenting upon the direct-
casts that did not produce a strike hardly justifies the added expense. Duff, Foy Durrence, WilliamB. at a dinner held at the
' i ors' lack of action relative to divi- an'd Elam, Lewis J. Fraser, J. Clewiston Inn. This President's
in less than three hours fish-
dends on common stock, ClarenceR. V.. Founny, J. S. Harrington, Dinner is ''an annual affair and is
ing they had a string of thirty-
Bitting, president, stated that HANDICAP TOURNEY Fred Hem icksen, W. D. Horne, looked forward to with great anticipation
three- bass weighing than
i I i governmental: restrictions on both I. more a W. I). Jernigan, Allen W. by the department heads,
I hundred pounds. Several smaller
"' I I production and marketing of sugar: I Johnston, Otis A. Jones, HenryC. field superintendents and other key
bass were caught but returned to
produced in the United States, the ,water. STARTED THIS WEEK Jones, H. C. Kolstad: W. men for it is at this time they are

coupled with excessive, quotas grant-I H. Lanier, John Lucaa, Byron given' their bonus awards for work
Mr. Kolstad said that at one time
I ed foreign countries and other offshore P. Luce, Evan "'. McLeod, C. well done during the year past.
I he caught six three-pound bass on ON LOCAL COURSEThe
sugar producing areas was L. McLendon, C. A. Martinez, The dinner this year was, perhaps -
1 six successive casts and was so
''I responsible for the attitude of thei Max Meluh, Foster Meredith, I the most enjoyable of any
tired when he landed the last one
i ,diiectors.. 1939 Everglades, Handicap Eugene C. Mills, Eugene; Mu- r so far held due to the presence
that he had to stop for a rest. I
1 j trux:, W. C. Owen, R. Y. Patterson for the first time of Charles Stew-
I "Late this this
i .. Mr. Bitting past Ed Ward, Malley Palmer and Championship opened week at
J fall, the! Department of Agriculture Sandy Bell were in the same terri- the Clewiston Golf Club with the AV. C. Prewitt, Frank art Mott, honorary chairman of
Rodriguez, Lawrence Rodriguez the board of directors, of the corp-
; announced that sugar acreage in the I Il tory Saturday afternoon and had defending champion, E. M. "Doc"
ii l
l !i Everglades must, be reduced at least unusually good luck but no reporton VanLandingham. of South Bay con- B. D. Rojcr, H. J. B. oration who made his first visitto

25%. At ,the hearings held at Mobile I their catch was given.' John El- spicuously absent, thereby "assuring Scharnberg, O. F. Schiffli, Geo.L. the corporation properties in
Sims, Roscoe S. Stokes, D. five years. It 'was Mr. Mott, who
early this month it was disclosed more and Harry Turner also found, the meet of a new title holder.
I that the government intended the bass still 'striking lustily Monday Among those who will endeavor to C. Thompson, E.V.. Eullen- at the request of Mr. Bitting. pre-
of I 'J. dahl, Harry T. Vaughn, M. E. sented each of the fifty key men
to try to limit the marketings afternoon in almost the same snag the vacated crown is W.
VonMach A. O. Ward, Neal with their bonus envelopes. He
Everglades sugar to about two- place. Milligan, another South Bay boy,
of I Williamson, Geo. A. Y n. also made a brief talk in whichhe
thirds of the sugar production who recently took off enough time
:I the current calendar year. These I from his strenuous job of weather I pad tribute to the efficiencyof

: disclosed intentions of the Federal Cartoonist EntertainsAt ; guessing to take charge or'the U. S. S. C. Directors the organization brought about

: Government mean that, employmentin I Everglades match title. Milligan, I by the cooperation of officers and

Everglades sugar productionmust Kiwanis MeetingJames with a handicap of 4, will meet 'Enjoy Fishing TripC. employees.,

be reduced fully one-third, Larry Nash ot_ Belle Glade, whois This was the first President's

thus throwing several thousandmore A. 'Carlson, of the U. S handicapped at 6, in the initial Dinner to be held in the beautifulnew
workers on relief at, the vnry first round skirmish. S. :Mott! and Hamish Mitchell, Clewiston Inn and the attend-
Engineer office here entertained the
time,. the. Federal : Government, 'is members of the .Kiwanis Club Wednesday Other hopefuls who aspire to two members of the board of directors ance was, the largest of any so far

,\..' -asking business to ,relieve' .the unemployment --- evening with a fine demonstration Scale 'the handicap heights are''Eni- of_ the United States Sugar held, there being approximately 135

', situation. To those endeavoring of cartooning.Mr. mett Shelley ((5)) of 'Clewiston who Corporation who are ardent fishing present to enjoy the deli ious'five-

to produce American pro- ., Carlson does cartooning onlyas clashes with J. W. Mosley ((11)) ; enthusiasts, stated Wednesday afternoon course dinner, the talks by corporation

1 ducts for the American market and Arthur Wells of Belle Glade (8)), after a bass fishing tripon officials and the programof
a hobby but the ease and com-
thus furnish additional employment, pleteness with which he drew vari- meeting the Clewiston bomber Tom Lake Okeechobee that it was entertainment.Jay .

I said to be so much desired by the ous comic strip characters was evi- Shelley (6) ; a'Dd Charles Fenwick the best bass fishing ground they W, Moran, vice-president and

I administration, it seems ironical dence .that he could easily use his of Clewiston ((5) 1938 Medal had ever visited and their fishing I general manager of 'the corporationacted

j : that another ,arm of the same administration talent commercially if he so de Champion, who takes on Ralph expeditions have been made in all as master of ceremonies and
i should be busily engaged sired. Kirk ((12) of Belle Glade.In parts of the world. Mr. Mott also after speaking a few words to

in attempting to destroy opportunities W. F. Simpson appeared before ( the Second Flight Owen Winn added that the excellent fishingin convey his own pleasure at being

I i for worth-while employment the club asking assistance_ in com- (13) tackles Connie Clark ((24) the lake
I I at American wages for the piling an accurate report of dam- both of Clewiston; H. C. "Casper" publicized.The > introduced each of the membersof

i 1 benefit of foreign countries and off- age done by wind and water duringthe VanLandingham ((15)) Chosen's, fav- party was arranged Tuesday the board of directors of the

i ,''j shore.areas which pay wages barely hurricanes, of 1926 and 1928. orite son, takes on H. Land ((20)of I and three boats went out Wednesday sugar corporation, all but one of

f ; above the starvation level. Newspaper and individual storiesof Clewiston; Dr. J. W. Ezelle morning taking all those who whom were present for the dinner

.1 I1 these storms have been found to awaiting the outcome of that match wished to go. In one boat was Mr. and for the tour of inspection of

"" I contain discrepancies and the by virtue of the bye route. Dr, S. Mott and Patrick Butler who were properties and' director's meeting
Inn Flower Garden many
job he has been given is to compilea J. Simmons ((18), of Belle Glade accompanied by A. O. Ward in a earlier in the'da '. The last of
will meet Edgar Ezelle (29) of boat belonging to E. E. Kelly.: these introduced was James J.
report to end reports and he is
Is Big Attraction : seeking authentic data, for the two Clewiston, Ezelle havingsurvived They caught eleven bass totalling Harrington of Indian River, Mich.,

", I reports-one of wind damage and his first round encounter with Hud I between forty-five and fifty poundsand former vice-president and general
the' of which weighed manager of the corporation and he
son Tillery by 2 and 1 margin. largest
) The flower garden of the Clew- one of water damage. A. O. Ward,
Bill Owen, Jr., of Clewiston ((13) six and a half pounds: Mr. Mott was given a tremendous ovatiollb
iston Inn, which has supplied flow- J. E. Beardsley and J. F. Tippey ;-: I
' also waits on the sidelines while caught most of the fish from this the assemblage.Mr. .
for and named committee'to I
ers the lobby dining rooms were on: a help
this season, has been an attraction secure this information. I A. E. "Slick" Kirchman" ((29)) of boat.A. Bitting was then introducedand
boat in charge of as the genial president of the
Belle was
which has proved of great interest Visitors at the meeting included Glade and Bob Logan (29)of )
Clewiston H. H. Turner and contained E. E. corporation rose to speak also was
talk it with
: to visitors to Clewiston. M. L. Stone of Tallahassee; M. L. over
I KelltInlrtfBh Mitchell and Jay given an ovation which evidenced
mashies for 18 holes. ;
I' The gardens are located across Ostetter of Washington, D. C.; H.
I Moran. caught six bass, the his popularity with employees and
the street from the Inn and adjoin S. Gove, jr., of Moore Haven; C. They
of which five anda invited guests.Mr. .
the Catholic church The of Ed GUEST LIST ATPRESIDENT'S largest weighed
property. R. ,Cannon Covington, Ky.; short talk in
half Bitting made a
quarter block was prepared and Markette and W. F. Simpson. All DINNER: pounds. the
The third boatload went out which he again paid tribute to
I planted since November first and of the visiting Kiwanians were requested -
flowers Members of the board of directors mostly for the trip and while they work done by the key men of the
the number of to say a few words and said
". from 'that and other invited guests at did some fishing were unsuccessful organization and which he
I the plot since time complied with a brief statement of
truly amazing. 1 work in their clubs. the dinner given at. the, ClewistonInn ,in landing any fish. In this was responsible for this, being by

I The gardens contain 250 rose, Tuesday evening honoring the boat were Mrs Mott, Mr. and :Mis.! far the greatest season enjoyed by

bushes of several varieties. More key: men of the United Sattes Sugar John Geiz: and Mr. and Mrs. Ray the corporation in its eight yearsof
I 'Boxing Bouts AtTownsite had' charge production. "We have already -
I than 2,000 roses ,were obtained I Corporation are as follows: Foote. Dr. O. F.-Schiffli sugar
in the bag
of this boat. put more sugar
the first The second DirectorsDr.
cutting. -
Arena I Charles E. Albright, Mil- here in Clewiston," Mr. Bitting
I crop, of bloom is now being cut II
waukee Wisconsin Robert stated, "than in, any previous har-
and many of the roses have 'stems fcs ; W. At- Fair Exhibit Proves
there is still a
-z 3C inches long. The longest stem r kins, New York; Ralph E. Bad- vest season and

," which has been measured was 42 Members of the board of directors ger, Detroit, :Mich.; Clarence R. Popular At Ft. MyersThe 50-day harvest period remaining.

$inches. These flowers are used in of the United States Sugar Corp- Bitting, New York; Wm. T. Bit Without government interferencewe

large baskets in the lobby and have oration and many of the residentsof ting, Philadelphia; William H. know hut we can produce 115-

proved a source of interest to the Clewiston attended the regular Bixby, St. Louis, Mo.; Patrick Butler United States Sugar Corp UOO tons of sugar a yearS'He '

Inn visitois. boxing program which was held at I Cleveland Ohio; James H. oration's oxhlbit at the Fort Myers spoke of the splendid teamwork -

) Included in the gardens arc 200 (Continued. on Page 8) Douglas, New York; R.. P. Foote, fair attracted a great amount ,of which had been shown wliich by the all

calla and 200 Easter lillies. The New York; Lewis A. Garred, Detroit attention from fair visitors and employees and without

': calla are of the white variety and NEW AMOCO STATIONIS ; John G. Getz, Detroit; James hundreds stopped each day for the record of accomplishment could not

: \ : i many of them have been cut, the NOW OPEN HERE Harrington- Indian River, Mich.; attendants to explain the manufacture have been made. Mr.

i Easter lillies have not blossomed A. I. Kaplan, New York; Frank F. of sugar and the growing of Mr. Bitting then introduced

''yet. There are 2,000 gladioli of A new Amoco service station was I Kolbe,
varied shades and several hundred opened this week in the building Clewiston; Charles Stewart Mott, The booth was ten feet deep witha stockholders and honorary

'i, gerbera. Marigolds and calendula completed about four months ago Flint, Mich; Hamish Mitchell: fifteen foot frontage and was man of the board, he said, had

I, have been the most prolific bloomers on Sugarland Highway by Glen Southampton, Bermuda; Thomas lined around three sides:; with sug- shown the faith, vision and courage

!: of the annuals and have bright- Etherton and is under the manage- Oxnard, Savannah, Ga.; N. F. S. ar cane. In the center was the slide which had made possible the reorganization -
; 'ened up the garden with their bril- ment of Thos. Jacobs, a former em- Russell, Burlington, N. J.; ForestP. projector' giving\ a series of picturesto of the corporation

;'I liant yellow blossoms. There are : ployee of the Gulf Oil Companyhere -Tralles, St. Louis. show each step in the cultivationand the new corporation's, opportunityfor asked Mr.

I also snap dragons, California pop- and more recently engaged in Other Guests harvest of cane and the manufacture j success.: He then

pies, straw flowers, carnations, construction work ;at Belle Glade. D. G. Alston, T. B. Adair, P. G. of sugar. On one side was I II Mptt to say: a few words. the
I Chinese forget-me-nots, Shasta daisies Mr. Jacobs states that the new Bishop, Hon. John R. Beacham, an elaborate display board showing Mr., Mott called attention visit

and phlox. The entire plot is station will handle American gasoline ,Hon. Herbert Beck, Hon. J. M. I.I various scenes on company proper- I fact that, this was his first in

bordered with petunias. oils and greases and invites Boyd, Keathley Bowden, J. E.I ties. On the other side was 11, large to the corporation properties -

.1 Mrs. C. L. Downs, manager of everyone to visit the new station Beardsley, C. H. Berner, R. M.I chart which showed the percentage flyo years and expressed!? his complete

-"\'J <: the. 'Inn, states that it is planned and enjoy the friendly, courteous Bishop, f,. M. Cornette, James M. f I of sugar allotted to mainland and satisfaction with the capably growthof

I ;s'--- "tto enlarge .the garden next year service ,which will be the motto Cons?, J.V.. Ezelle, C. McD. Davis, of- )hore areiiri under. the LJu.ola tb!: industry under the

and-to\ ,put i in Even more varieties of the ,ptny business, (Continued! ou Page $) (Continued qn page. 8), (Continued on page 8)

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Closer U. S.-Brazil CooperationPredicted PROFITABLE. GROW KUDZTJ. Government
i pays $6 per acre for setting Kudzu. We are
SUNDAY the oldest and largest big growers of Kudzn.
After Aranha Visit iuesson We offer CHOICES KUDZU CROWNS; lOfl
SOc, 500 $3.50 1.000 $6.00. Write for "FacU
O Rheumatism attacks greatly By HAKOLU ... t-Un xJuibi. U L>.
Dean of The Moodv i-*. 'titute About Kudzu"-Get posted on this great new
relieved by injection of By Joseph W. La Blue ] C Western of Ncwsoaper Chicago: Unton.' crop. The Kudzu Farms, Uarnesvllle, G*. I,

patient's blood.
taxes, new U. S. competition in the Oldest European Dye

By,Dr. James W. Barton expressed EDITOR'S in these NOTE columns-When they opinions are those are power field or spending beyond Lesson for March 5 The oldest known European dye
of the news analyst, .and not necessarily budget needs. A few minutes later was made from the herbaceous
it is generally of the newspaper.PanAmerica. he challenged budget critics to explain Lesson subJects and Scripture texts settled plant, reseda luteola, commonly
ALTHOUGH the majorityof how the government could toss and of Rellctous copyrighted Education by InternationalCouncil ; used by called "weld." The name weld prob-
away its red ink bottle without permis!"'nn ably came from the old German
cases of rheumatism are boosting taxes or eliminating "es PETER PREACHES'TO word walda from which the French':

due to infection-teeth, ton- Chief reason for U. S. trade back- sential", federal functions. GENTILES word gaude was derived-the sourceof

sils, sinuses, gall bladder- wardness with Argentina is that If business need fear no new our own word "gaudy." To pro-
due to both nations sell cotton, wheat, corn taxes, but if more taxes are neededto LESSON TEX'l Acts 10.30-48 duce the propular gaude green of
and that many are GOLDEN TEXT-Look unto and bo
to errors and beef. Even as Secretary of balance' the budget, the Presi- ye saved, all the ends of the earth: for I that day, the material to be dyed
dampness, to climate, State Cordell Hull mused over an dent was (1) contradicting himself; am God. and there Is none else.-Isaiah was first dipped in indigo and then
in diet, there is also the Argentine announcement that U. S. (2) hinting that small taxpayers 45:22 in weld.

belief that there is a "tenden- "imports must be reduced, another could expect new levies, or (3) stat- "
cy" to rheumatism in some South American nation made an opposite ing indirectly that he had no plans "God is no respecter of persons.
overture. From Brazil (big- for an early balanced budget.In Sometimes one wonders whether
families. It may be that this gest South American nation in pointof the light of figures the treasuryhad many of His people know about that CLASSIFIED

tendency is due to the fact size, population and resources) released one day earlier, Mr. glorious attribute of the Godhead:

that the individual is allergicor came Dr. Oswaldo Aranha, foreign Roosevelt's remark was more de- One thing is, evident, that very few DEPARTMENTAGENTS

sensitive to certain substances minister, to sp ing a pleasant sur- pressing. During 1938-39's first sev- care to practice this divine princi-

just as the tendency to the hays : prise. en and one-half months the U. S. ple. Just now the world seems to
.. fever asthma and Whereas modern Latin American spent $5,616,760,015, or $90,000,000more have gone entirely berserk in its I
eczema complex nations have traditionally com- than the entire estimated receipts proclamation of race superiority. t

seems to pass down plained of U. S. "dollar diplomacy," for 12 months. Since receiptsto Along with undue and improper, rec-

9r : : from parent to chil Dr. Aranha openly invited American date are only $3,542,601,869, total ognition of wealth and position,
dren. That the results commercial participation in seven and one-half month deficit is there has always been in the heartsof MAKE MONEY

obtained by a Brazil's development. His comBRAZIL'S $2,074,158,146. If spending,continues men a measure of prejudice Selling our auditing service lo oil

new method of treat- as expected, reaching almost $9,500- against other races. These hatreds BUSINESS CONCERNS

ing rheumatism are 000,000 by June 30, the year's total seem now to have been fanned to Experience not necessary..Large field.

due to this sensitiveness deficit will approximate four billion a flaming intolerance of such as_ NATIONAL FREIGHT BUREAU, ROCHESTER, N.Y.
or allergy dollars. are not of what some regard as (ESTABLISHED 45 YEARS)

seems logical.Dr. their own superior race. The more
J. LeCalve, in hp GeorgiaLong definite this intolerance, the more
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Medical Press, Par- >> secre- A Braided Rug That
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o. of us weigh ourselves in the balancesand
1S, states mat injecting I taryship the Democratic national,
Dr. Barton the rheumatIcpatient's committee, L. W. (Chip) Robert Jr. see if we too are found wanting. Grew Up With FamilyBy

blood back into him causesa was a prominent Georgia building I. "In Every Nation" (vv. 30-35).

mild shock which the patient with- : contractor. One of his jobs was the Peter was a Jew, and God now

stands well, and which increaseshis $5,000,000 addition to Milledgville'sstate used a vision to teach him a much- RUTH WYETH SPEARS

resistance to further attacks of drr'x : hospital, for which Robert's needed lesson regarding the carry- "] }EAR MRS. SPEARS The
rheumatism, stimulates the circula- firm got 6 per cent as a fee. This ing of the gospel to the Gentiles.The leaflet on making Rag Rugs

tion and desensitizes the body I. session, Georgia's legislature began Jews were (and still areletus that just came with your two

against the substance causing the k, looking for skeletons to drag from remember it) God's chosen peo books is most interesting to me,
attacks. the Robert closet. Chief skeleton- ple. However, they were not chosen and I thought you might like to

Sulphurated Oil Injected.In draggers were Dougherty county's for their own comfort, conven- know about a rag rug that literally 1

number of cases Dr. La- Rep. Delacey Allen and Valdosta'sRep. ience, or glory, but, that they mightbe grew up with our' family. Whenwe
Calve injected sulphurated oil, and H. B. (Hell Bent) Edwards. channels for the outflowing of first ''went to housekeeping I

also the blood, and in others the .' Going home from Washington to God's blessing to all nations. started what I hoped would be a
sulphurated oil alone was injected.In defend himself, Chip ,Robert first Cornelius was typical of those in large braided rug for the dining
ARANHA heard Mr. Allen say he had stolen every nation who are ready for the room. When it was big enough to
42 cases he found that the com- ". tee in America should organize: ." the his Mill-
bination of the blood and the sul- taxpayers' money on preaching of the gospel. He was a go under the small table we were
edgville contract. Next Mr. Allen then I it down. Each
but using
better results God-fearing, righteous man, put
phurated oil produced plaint: "Brazil needs, in order to
charged Chip Robert had resigned, the less in need of winter I have added
of the oil none redemption. more rows
than did the injection bring about a rapid development of
his assistant U. S. treasury secre-
God this who
alone, but he also obtained sev- Its wealth, the collaboration of an in- brought man ,
was ready to receive the message :::; ;t SEW WIT
the of the
cures by injection dustrial country possessing an ad-
blood alone. One or two injec- vanced technologic position, and I together with the man Peter who

tions of 30 to 45 drops of the pa- am sorry to say, that this collaboration was prepared to preach it. and the aj, DOUBI FbP1 'r

tient's blood are made. has not been offered heretoforeby result was salvation. 1
"It appears that the action of the the United States." & n 4J'% Whatever it may, be that keepsus -

injected blood, particularly its pain- If U. S. Pan-American advocates from carrying the gospel to all

relieving action, is due to the fact liked this, they liked Dr. Aranha's nations we ought to recognize as un- MAKE THE FIRST ; t,

that it promotes the presence of his- next statement even better: "Bol- ; christian, and put it aside. It may ROW OC AN OVAL ff/f/JOIN/I/
tamine or similar substance in the shevism, Fascism and Naziism are r i be race-prejudice for it still per- RUG AS LONG AS a/s/5TRIW/

blood. As the injected blood gets only different names for the same ...& r sists; but it may be an equally deadly '., i THE BETWEEN DIFFERENCE THE /MUS'* [tiooAir YOU%
mixed very slowly with the patient's material conception of life which indifference to the needs of oth- LENGTH AND THE

blood, the relief of symptoms lasts tries to replace God by the. state, ers. Let us, like Peter, go to them STRIPS RAG MAY WIDTH OF THE

for a longtime." erected as the supreme aspirationof t <$:vs and open our mouths (v. 34)) to pro- 6E TURNED I FINISHED RUG

As you know, the idea of curingor the individual. It is importantthat claim Christ. AND 5TITCHED
preventing disease by injecting we in America should organize s" I' II. "Good Tidings of Peace" (vv.

small quantities of the substances against the invasion of idealogies 36-43). to the edge. The family has grown
causing the disease is used in a which are contrary to (our) basic : : The death of Christ for their sins and we all fit on the rug quite

great many ailments smallpox. ideals." (v. 39), His resurrection from the nicely now.
hay fever, asthma and others. Since the U. S. and Brazil repre- : ,' dead for their justification (v. 40). "I save the best parts of old
sent top-flight North and South r r the coming judgment for sin (v. 42), sheets and dye them different col-

American nations, it was immedi- &'_/ and remission of sins in His name- ors; then tear them into one-inch i
Food Diary HelpfulIn ately apparent that active trade cooperation r these are the essentials of Peter's : strips. I have a power machine,

Preventing AsthmaNow between Washington and message. Note how plain is the : so I run these through it turning

Rio would do more for hemispherical truth. Jesus has come and has. the raw edges. The stitching
that it is known that in
many solidarity than a military alli, wrought redemption for all who will ; strengthens the strips and makes
asthma is due to sensitiveness
cases ance. Expected was a Brazilianloan believe. Now we must choose whether them firm and neat for braiding."
to substancespollenof from the Exnort-Imnnrt bank we' want Him to be our Judgeor
fur feathers house and If this letter inspires you?I have
plants, ,
; also important Redeemer. It is of
approximating $50,000,000 CHIP ROBERTS our a case
other dusts-a test for these sub- made a sketch here showing howto
revisions in the'existing "either-or. Either He is Sav-
Messrs. Allen Edwards
stances is made by scratching the start your room size rug. If
trade agreement. iour, or He will be your Judge.
skin and rubbing some of the sus- taryship "to avert a national scandal" "God sent not his Son into the you are not quite that ambitious;
substance into the scratch. you will find, many ideas for
InternationalIn after G-men had "gotten on world to condemn the world; but
What called tests smaller rugs in the leaflet offered
are patch are his trail" regarding Atlanta engi- that the world through him mightbe
made by putting some of the sub- January Adolf Hitler told the neering activities. below. I
saved. He that believeth on him
stance on the skin and covering it Reichstag that "Germany must export Next day Mr. Robert hurried to NOTE: Now is the time for all
is not condemned: but he that be- -
completely with a' small square ol or die. Britain's retaliationwas Dougherty county and filed chargesof lieveth not is condemned already, of us to give our houses a fresh
adhesive tape. creation of an export credit slander against Representative start. Crisp new curtains; a bright
because he hath not believed in the
Many who have frequent attacksof pool of $425,000,000. Price cuttingand Allen. Returning, he found Hell Bent 'name of the only begotten Son ot.God" slipcover; new lampshades; or an
urticaria (hives) are able to trace other forms of cut-throat com- i Edwards waving his arms from the ottoman will do the trick. Make
(John 3:17, 18).
the attack to a certain food eaten, petition often result in trade 'wars house floor, and talking like this: The proclamation of this these things yourself. Mrs. Spears'
and many attacks of asthma can which end on the battlefield, a "It's a shame on the state that message Book SEWING: for the Home
redemption was never completed,
likewise be traced to certain foodsif threat Britain recognized even while we've got such a man as Chip Rob- Decorator, shows you how with
a careful watch is kept. Such organizing her credit pool. A devo- ert. It's a shame on the national for even "while Peter yet spake step-by-step, easy 'to follow

everyday excellent foods as wheat tee of peace via negotiation, Prime Democratic party, that they allow these words, the Holy ,Spirit fell sketches. Book 2-Gifts, Novel-
them all" ( 44)).
and eggs may cause attacks of hives Minister Neville Chamberlain con- Chip Robert to do like this. And it'sa upon v., ties ,and Embroidery, shows you
and asthma. sequently arranged a GermanBritish shame on the President of the III. "The Holy Spirit Fell" (vv. how to make fascinating things

'Elimination' Diet Also Used. trade conference which meetsat United States that he has allowed 44-48). from odds and ends and will save
When the scratch test fails to Dusseldorf March 15 and may Chip Robert to do what he has Notice that He came upon "them its cost many' times. Books are
end in a U. S.-British-German which heard the word" (v. 44). Book
show just which food is causing the done. 25 cents ,each; if you order both F
asthmatic attacks what is called agreement to regulate competition. reviews, political addresses, discus- books, copy of the new Rag Rug
the "elimination" diet is used. A American industries are permitted sion of civic or social problems will] Leaflet will be included free. Ad-

diet of "innocent foods, foods not to participate in cartels by the Trend not bring the result. Forums, clubs, dress Mrs. Spears, 210 S. Des-

likely to cause attacks, is used and Webb-Pomerene act. On the eve ofDusseldorf's discussion groups unless they have plaines St., Chicago, Ill.

foods suspected of causing attacks conference the state How the wind is blowing for their subject the Word of God,
may be added, one at a time.'A department intimated some 25 U. S. need not expect anything like this
very satisfactory method of industries were readying them- TELEVISION Philadelphia to happen. But preaching of the Always demand St.
finding which food or foods are caus- selves to discuss such plans. Once manufacturers predict a limited Word of God concerning the person Joseph Aspirin. It's

ing the asthmatic attacks is by this three-corner agreement is completed number of television receiverswill and work of Christ, whether it be Demand genuine, pure. Eases

keeping a food diary. A simple ,. French, Scandinavian and. be placed on sale in May, in a home (like that of Cornelius!) cold discomfort and
system of keeping the food diary is I. Swiss industries will be drawn into with six broadcasting stations in or in the great cathedral (and thank headaches. 12 tablets, lOe.GENUI .

suggested by Dr. K. P. Turrentinein the cartel immediately. operation. o God some of them do have such

Southern Medicine and Surgery. Though American participation in FORTS-Japanese are reported preaching), will result in some e -e

"The food diary consists of a the plan apparently comes close to"appeasement" building underground defenseslike soul finding Christ, and receivingthe NtPiJ RltfiSPi RIIf.

cross-ruled sheet of paper, the foods of Germany as ad- France's Maginot line along Holy Spirit.It .
being written on the left margin and vocated by Mr. Chamberlain, the Russian frontier in Inner Mongolia is worthy of note that these be-
the dates on the top margin. Thus state department would rather lievers gave evidence of their new- .WNU 7 939HEALTH
the patient need only make an X I make sensible recognition of theReich's COMMUNISMParis'Commu found spiritual life by magnifyingGod
in front of each food under the line place under the sun than -
His word
nist L'Humanite obeying and testifying -
paper, predicts
for the day on which it fight upset of its reciprocal trade
was eaten. is I
outlawry of Communism, restric- i to others. It to the credit of GOOD '
If an attack of hives (or asthma) program by Germany's much-de- OIUO
tions on freedom of press and assembly Peter and companions that they STOICS _
occurs on a certain day, that day spised barter system.
and limitation of the recognized the workings of God'sgrace
should be checked and attention lA0.GeIOntE
rights of parliament following in the lives of these Gentiles. 1'W
drawn to the foods marked for the Treasury l n.LS 1sISD
24 hours before attack occurred." April's presidential election. May we also be quick to see, appreciate -
This keeping of a food diary is Heading southward to help the RAILROADS U. S. carload- and encourage every true }; : I iwAi

simple and inexpensive and will give fleet ward off an imaginary aggres ings in mid-February hit 579,918a gospel work, whether it be amongour h08 rr+ 'iltlllgS
sor from Europe, President Roose- week 6.8 cent own people or with some other
results in some cases where the skin per greater thanin '' le sedRelieQ
tests did not locate or show which velt told reporters business and in- the corresponding 1938 week. race, whether in our church or in
food was causing the attacks. iustry need have no fear of new some humble cottage '"God is no

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,L eggs previously during the day,
to Homemakers on How to Feed Families During I choose a souffle or a dish contain

Coldest of Winter Essential Nutritive ing creamed eggs. A starchy
Days ; food, a salad, a dessert and a bev-

I i Chicken killing, j is Values Described ,in Terms of Everyday FoodsBy erage will complete a meal that
I both satisfies the appetite and
, mechanized
I now a in art.the C. HOUSTON; GOUDISS meets nutritional requirements.It .
as ,> r rrrtr\\ is not difficult to obtain the
: St. Louis packinghouse TOWARD the end of winter we sometimes experience day's quota of minerals, vitamins,

where these pic; the coldest weather of the entire season. NTem. cellulose, protein, carbohydratesand
tures were' taken. peratures remain below freezing for days at a time. The air fats. These substances are

,I I i'' Above, hens are fed, 4 Trf1Pk is often: raw and penetrating, and blustery winds make it to be found in delicious, whole-
ir some foods. All need to remember -
fattened for the kill. you
I : seem as if mantis being persecuted by nature. is not to serve too muchof

I j Moreover, this trying weather comes after months of short one' food and too little of an

jk and often sunless days days which many people have other.

i r spent in overheated houses,n Let the balanced diet be your
ideal-and cold weather will provea
and without sufficient exer- reals always, and some form of tonic instead of a possible men-

J ; > 'Gnuy cise. So it is no'wonder that breadstuff, pancakes or waffles. ace to health!

;e2u '' s'L the body is on trial fight- Cereals are primarily energy -WNU-C.Houston Goudiss-1939-52.

i I Ii ing to maintain health to foods, but they may also carry
i i'I substantial amounts of
i The mechanized precious
proc- avoid the colds and other re- mineral salts and vitamin B.
ess starts a9 a batch of Common Sense
''I spiratory diseases that are so Whole grain varieties are also a

, I I II I springers travel along the prevalent. This is, perhaps, one good source of bulk or cellulose About ConstipationA
j I moving belt en route to when has '. so necessary for regular
season food a mightier
I I the dinner table. Left, health habits so often over-
doctor would tell
that the
than other time you
at to
: after being "liquidated"with power any looked in 'diets that are carelessly best thing to do with constipationis
i, neatness and dis- influence physical ivell-being. planned. get at its cause. That way you
? don't have to endure it first and
y patch, rough feathers are Eggs belong on the breakfast'menu try to cure it afterward-you can

quickly plucked by hand, Food Your First DefenseIn too, because they are a top- avoid having it. -
the bird is scalded and notch protective food. And there Chances are you won't have to
general, women seem to be must be fresh or stewed 'fruit- look far for the cause if you eat
1 then passed through a more aware of the power of food for vitamins minerals and the super-refined foods most
roughage -
drier. than men. This is people do. Most likely you don't
get enough "bulk"! And "bulk"
fortunate, because doesn't mean a lot of food. It

.... From the drier, birds they are charged means a kind of food,that isn't
are double-dipped in with the solemn responsibility Balancing the Big Meal consumed in the body, but

warm liquid wax much .of de- Whether ,the main meal of the intestines.If leaves a soft. "bulky"mass in the

-' like a candy-coated ice termining what day is served at noon or at night, this is what you lack, try
v foods their families it should be well-balanced, to help crisp crunchy Kellogg's AllBranfor
bar. After the
cream shall eat. Since the safeguard health, and appetizing, breakfast.It contains just the
wax has congealed, em right food some- to make it so enjoyable that it will "bulk" you need.
Eat All-Bran drink
every day
ployees standing along fn y: times makes the be digested efficiently.It plenty of 'water, and "Join the
the line "break down" A2 difference between should be built first of all Regulars. Made by Kellogg's in

I the birds, causing the ; ..r. sickness and health around a protein food: meat; Battle Creek.Sold by every grocer.

I wax to pop open. Feath their husbands and fresh, canned, or quickfrozenfish

1 i ers come off with the children are the ; cheese, chicken, an egg dish,

I wax. Chickens g 0'i'i unhappy losers if they fail to rec- or a casserole of hearty baked Force of Habit

' I I through this process at ognize the need for even one es- beans. There should be' an energy Great is the force of habit; it
'' 'fiL ; sential food substance. food such as sweet or white '
I' I the rate of 450 an hour, po- teaches us to bear labor and to
i Occasionally the homemaker'stask tatoes, rice, macaroni, or noodles, scorn injury and pain.-Cicero.
faster than the
r slightly J k G is made more difficult by though frequently this can be com-

i \ V old fashioned i system! .% kf 'aa'llGiviaFlr: :: ,, :. % %%dr.: ::: 'f r ? men-folks who pooh-pooh the idea bined with the protein food, as in
s ; u
N that meals should be planned scientifically -
""' ) cheese macaroni or beef stew. For Plant for CROP
1 1 ; i t : V and who point out that variety and palate pleasure, oc- a
H Il l riV generation after generation sur- casionally serve baked bananas.

,: ,I 'J 4.11V vived without a specific knowledgeof They rank as an energy food, and not for a sample I
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,(: ; : ;! ; 111 y' 4 i' ;"; pfv People who hold this view fail als and vitamins.VegetablesRaw.

: '\ Hij1t??; )/::' ; : ;::4. }J : tit, ', ., .f: :: : to take into consideration that

, ,r ': :\> f; : ..h 'rlj : : many of our ancestors consumeda
I ; t and Cooked
I \ V' ; satisfactory diet without knowing -
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II I! :; : : it.
I There should be vegetablesoneor
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two of them. Green leafy vege-

Safeguarding Health tables, either fresh or canned,
"" <
:! J' J, ': $' : ; ; '' tt' i" '1 ; ::, They should realize also that one week should. be. served for their several,iron and times vita-a
1;" { r" < :: .
1UIt\: 4 :, :M can suffer from dietary deficien-
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i I1f' ( t;. I' cies and live though he may mins A, B, G, and sometimes. C. PLANT FERRY'S
:: l > / ( ; {,' \ :: These may be alternated with the
.Jr" ''""' HC "fr w : not live well! A man can exist
"" 'N J4tM jlI much less than the amountof yellow vegetables which are par-
v< upon
I ', : i! f;: ; 1 :! ; : iron required for normal ticularly notable for their vitaminA.
Don't oveilook
., '..rrj '. -/r\fI"? '_ i.l&.L '<' health but he probably can- inexpensive and a fine sourceof

" 1 ,..; r (: j ::1 :' i "I::lt'f"P3 ,_L:tk, ':. not escape secondary anemia. He bulk. Served raw, they providea
be able
to get along on a
,, .j may
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of vitamins
I1 meager supply the vitamin for which their'prime and seeds that may ba
we espe-
Right, stray feathers but the chances are that his vital-
6in too old to produce a first-class crop!
: are removed by hand. ity will be greatly diminished. And cially tomatoes.prize oranges, grapefruitand Ferry's Seeds pass rigid tests for vitalityand

Then (above) the birds he will face the constant threat of germination each year before being
: Include salad at dinner, lunchor
: "',I are hung up.for final or disease that follows in the wakeof a packetcd. THEN EACH PACKET is DATED.
14 it is well for most'nor-
lowered resistanc'e.Nothing This date is your assurance of live and
i inspection. mal individuals to eat some raw seeds.
( is more foolish than to food In cold weather, dressit vigorous
i ( fZ.r.>.1 daily.
suppose, ,that what a. man cats. is generously with salad caressing Be sure your seed packets" are marked
- Select them
"Packed for Season 1939.
entirely his own business: It is a
for extra fuel value. from the convenient Ferry's Seeds display -
matter of to his
grave concern Dessert may be pie, pudding or at dealer's. Popular favorites
wife and children. For it has been your
The choice depends part-
gelatin. -many at Sc-and new introductionstOO.
suggested that fully one-half of ly upon the other foods served at ALL TESTED AND DATED FOR 1939.
I the illnesses of the American peo- dinner, partly upon the dessertto Send for Ferry's Home

i; : ld ple may be traceable directly, or be served at the third meal of 1 cs', Garden Catalog. Ferry-
indirectly, to dietary deficiencies.Let the day. But here is a good gen- J: Morse Seed Co., Seed
no man, therefore, twit his eral rule to follow. Serve a fruit Growers, Detroit and
wife for trying to feed him cor- dessert at one meal-and a pud- San Francisco.FERRY'S .

rectly! ding containing milk at the other.

\ Of course, the fruit need not be

,{ X"i' y'r'%n"faGAA Time for Good Eating served plain unless you wish.
S Fruit pies are splendid for cold
But don't.imagine for a moment
ti weather meals, fruit and gelatin
r %' s .:a that correct eating and good eating SEEDS
combine nicely, and fruit may be
cannot be It is
synonymous. incorporated in cakes, as in apple
that there is time of
\ p true no year sauce cake.R.ounding. USE FERRY'S NEW-IDEA GARDEN SPRAT-
when correct eating is more im- ECONOMICAL NON-POISONOUS, NON STAINING
Y// r. portant. But it is also a fact -

that there is no time of year when Out Day's Nutrition '

, \. ; s good eating is more distinctly indicated Whether the third maal! of the ROLLS DEVELOPED '

I \ ". "- day is lunch or supper in your AOT llu roll' VoJ.k. Clm dntlopniLprwa .
\ The final ? ? B nn.r I.J.V.I. primra.Il 3.
step, packing the ..
frrds These are the days when break- household, it should round out the ... .,9m uu.4(
i in Nod 'L' nnV4LC41U.E lq..1..1ni
i cartons preparatory to fasts must be. especially .he.arty.. .day's. nutrition. If you need to FREMIUUS, CIVE.S/
I t slipping them all over the country milk into the diet, let MAILYOIH HL.M5TIXr -
I '. '. ".to satisfy keen appetites, to get more
Hundreds of thousands of provide generous amounts of fuelor your lunch or supper include a: Jack Rabbit .Co.<
chnkens! are beach week. I energy values. That means ce I i cream soup. If you haven't served -." SI'AHTAlIRG.: S.C. .e.'"

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data and official reports, will point no one believed the result (43-16) Evening Preaching 7:30' p. m. Men may wear overalls, work 1
The Clewiston 1, out tho fact that Citrus county is I would be established. The first Sermon by the Pastor. clothes but, no ties or coats please.. rJ, )
: both the state's geographical and quarter seemed to make the Tigcr- Midweek Service every Wednesday This is to be a very Informal social -
Published every Friday In Clewiston. population center and is the ideal ] ettes any prophet's choice. But an- at 7:30 p. m. with games to play, a program
Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS II location for the state capital. other quarter passed and the visitors t. of entertainment, contests, etc. And

Inc. It's got no business bein' where led the home six? 23-11.. From Our schedule for this week has of course refreshments will be serv-
it is now, he points out, and to there on the final score tells the I been somewhat rearranged becauseof ed. The social is sponsored by the
KEATHLET BOWDEN' Editor move it to such sizeable cities as story. Kirkland of Naples scored : other pastorial obligations. Women's Missionary Society and the

Ocala or Orlando would necessitatethe 32;} of Naples 43 points and remained The choir practice will be heldon proceeds will be used in their I.

Entered as second class mall matter expenditure of vast sums of so far ahead of her teammatesthat Monday evening at 7:30 at the work Save up your pennies. There'sno
February I, 1927, at the Post Office In money for the purchase of a site she is the only one needing church. fixed Admission 'price and no-

,March Clewlston 3, ,1897.Sahacription Florida. under. the Act or I and would never work out. mentioning. Bethea with 9, Leiter Due to another conflicting engagement thing will be sold but there will
I But as Frederick owns or con- with ;3} and VonMach with 4 accounted be tape measures at the door and
the mid-week service will
trols just about all of the town of for Clewiston's short end everyone is asked to bring a penny
Rate $2.00 Per Tear. beheld| on Thursday evening at
Homasasba he will donate all the of the duel. for every inch they measure around
7:30. This is also the time for the
Advertising Rate, On Application. lands necessary and the state could Junior Iligli Game the waist. There'll be a prize for
monthly business meeting of the
then sot up housekeeping in a The :South) Bay Junior High boys the one that pays the most and
church. All members are requested
Devoted to the advancement and welfare -!, brand new playhouse, centrally located defeated the Clewiston Tiger Cubsin to be present. another for the one that pays the t
of Clewiston and Hendry County.; I I and intelligently planned. a close game here Thursday I least.
Sunday afternoon at 2:00 the
I When I call his attention to the night 26-19. Cason of South Bay I ,
deacons will hold their monthly
I fact that the construction of such 1 was high scorer with 10 points and I
SUGAR RECORD : 'I meeting at the church. All dea-
a building or buildings, as might i Redish of Clewiston had six. ,
cons please be present.l..ountl'r .
I be necessary for the state capital, I Jupiter Girls AS. Clewiston _
Despite the fact that each successive -I would probably cost two or three I The Jupiter High School Girls Church Social
harvest season has seen I dollars even if the PWA and the defeated the Tigerettes: here Thurs- Friday evening, March 10th at COME IN" SoonerBy
all previous records broken and RFC were to help Frederick came day night by a score of 21-8 in the First Baptist Church there will
I the Aid of
we have all become accustomed to back with another idea which he a slow game which was Jupiters:: all be an old fashioned Country Church Newspaper F,

that fact there were few preparedfor alleges would solve even ,that troub- the way. Pullen with four pointswas Social to which everybody Is invit- ADVERTISINGi
the statement by President lesome problem: high scorer for Clewiston. Hes- ed. Ladies are asked to wear their I

Clarence R. Bitting, at his dinner We can stage a World's Fair al oning of Jupiter had 8 and her' plain house dresses, apron, work

Tuesday night for the key men, Homasassa in 1945 for the celebra teammate, Haymond had 9 points. clothes. Anything but Sunday dress. rk W

that all previous records had already tion of the 100th anniversary of -Dick Owen.

been broken and there were Florida's entrance into the Union, Wi

fifty days yet to go in the 1938-39 and when the Exposition is over i
harvest. season. I I[we will have all the buildings, necessary 9iii lli li iilllillIImmllml! !!!!IImlrulmmlill! lii iIIIIIIiINLIIlhlliiillllUhll! !! :! !:- .,. ,,I IIIIr' i
Since the organization of the i I for our new state capital. iI
United States Sugar Corporationeight While most folks would have I :: ;: I AL I
harvest seasons back, the probably been satisfied with suchan R F o
hourly capacity of the sugar house answer, I was still curious to 1 Churches. rlllllllt b r d LL i

has been doubled, shutdowns have know who would finance the expo- I ( + A. I g ,: I

been reduced from a high percentage 1 sition and necessary building pro- ilmmlllmrn:I II C ?B rnmm iPllliiilill':: ,'IIIIIIIi!j lll I lm i m!!.' oqh J'i\
at the start to six per cent at gram. i
the present time, sugar cane 'yields Here again Frederick had an CO UNITY CHURCH

have been increased tremendously, answer. He would sell lots-of Royal Palm Avenue !

the sucrose content of the cane which he admits he has lots and Forest C. Taylor, Minister &_ I i iI
proportionately and the length of lots 'and lots-and a reasonable I \

the season more than doubled. l portion of the purchase price of Morning worship and sermon next

There seems to be no end to each lot would go toward the build- Sunday at eleven o'clock. oblivion

what the organization can accomp- ing of the exposition. As the exposition Sunday school every Sunday

lish and is accomplishing and even ,and later the establishment morning 'at nine '''forty'-five.

with federal restrictions hanginglike of the capital at Homasassa, I Christian Endeavor meeting Sunday With Our Direct-Reduction Home ,
millstones we look for even would naturally result in the rise evening at 6:30.
more broken records for the future.In of real estate' values, everyone who I f The Junior Endeavor will meet ESt Loan Plan, each monthly payment ;

a corporation the same as in purchased a lot would not only, be I i Monday afternoon at 3:30. O ONtYON pAYINTE r'4 cancels a portion of the loan. That I IA

an individual there is no holding helping ,the state but would stand The public is very cordially invit- is interest
them. down if they possess the incentive to make a killing on the invest- I ed to worship in the Community part gone-- you pay no

and ability to forge ahead. Church. I Mp11 C1 on it--.and you are that much nearer -

ment.Well, I had to admit that it wasa I pUCj10N debt-free home ownership. Ask

. . . . "Capital" idea, but like Gracie I FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH R Losn
INNN. .NNNNNNNNN. . :NNN. :NNNN. :. .NNMNNN. . .. Allen, "I don't get it"-and I doubt Marshall ,Mines, Pastor. Nome p1e and you shall receive further good

if many voters would.SCHOOL news ,about our home loan plan.
Too Late To ClassifyBy I "The" Church of Friendly Distinc-

"..._ ... ,. ,- r !-- '- I I Services every Sunday:
Russell Kay Sunday School, 9:45 a. m., B. '
I E. Herring. Supt. Clewiston Federal Savings
C..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:**.***.***JJ* NEWSEditor Morning Worship 11:00. Ser-. j',. ,

Whipped down from a month of i --.-..-_.....-_.... Bill Owen i mon by the Pastor. !
II B. Y. P. U. 6:30 p. m., V. C. and Loan Association
fairs, festivals, expositions, press Ass't Editor ........ J. .D. Hooker I
Woodward, Director.
breakfasts and what have you, I Sports Editor ........- Dick Owen I

yielded to temptation last week and
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permitted "Red" Edgerton, dynamic ... .. : : : : : : : : : : : : : ; ; ; ; ; ; ; : ; : : : :.:.: :.:..:..:..:..:.:.:..: :..: :..:..: :.:.: : : : : : : : : : : : : : :.: :.:.:..:.':..:.:..:..:. .
..N:N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.ti.N.NNN. .N.H.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N: N:N:N N N N:N:N:N:.:N:1 N:.1 N.:11 N:N:N N N:N:NN I:N ti.:-'ti K-:.:I.:..:N M:.:..:N:IO, .I
representative of the Western I
Mr. Cornelius, who hails from Atlanta .?..v., ,i..A:.
Newspaper Union, to drag me away Georgia, where ne is a private yy: : AAYX AVy.

from it all for a week: of rest and pilot, addressed the Clewiston f

recreation. High School general science class :: i ::::

Choosing Crystal River in Citrus last Thursday morning on the sUb- : : ::: .. :: ENJOY AN ......
county as the scene of our inactiv- ject of aviation. His talk was very '

ity, we arrived at Magnolia Lodge, interesting and concerned the "lift", I ";. ; > \

a delightful sportsman's!:; rendesvouz, "stalling .speed" and "safe, hand- ; ....
: ,- ALL E LEC T Roc f '' ), .
at the same time that King Winter ling" of an average weight airplane, I : .. :;,( ) : :

blew in from the north, which moreor He is with the Engineers here and ; :;: '\\i.-;: : : :? t)< j jj
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less messed up our fishin' plans has built a gasoline-powered airplane I .

but didn't prevent our wrappingup I model which was viewed by I i. :' ; ::tJ '::: 0 HOME::: : .. ;\J; : ; ::! (' : .
in topcoats and sweaters fora the class. The class wishes to thank j j' "4. jUyy

try at the elusive black bass. Mr. Cornelius for his fine and edu-

Another newspaper man from cational talk.Carlton AIV .A.
Chicago, Phil Bernstein of" Meyer- Prevatt and Dick Owen..1 ::::!: I AX:i:

Roth Service, joined us and for -' I
three days Florida weather was the : SPORT NEWS :::: Electricity is the modern servant; a servant that. :;::: I
chief is nothing topic of more convresation.embarrassing There to I A Clewiston west coast. team Naples clad(Boys in )blue :::: takes care of both the work and the pleasures of the :::!:

a Floridian than to have to entertain I II and gold clashed with an Ever- :;::!: home and one that will do everything quickly, efficiently ::::

his' northern friends during ,, glades team dressed in the same 0 .:..:.
one of our sharp cold spells after I colors here last Friday in a very :f._ .i.:. and economlca 11 Y.' I .!..:.
we've been tellin' 'em for years of close game that made me angry yv A

\ the delights of Florida's warm just because it was so close. :::_:: One penny will toast 26 crunchy-slices of toast, or :i:::
balmy climate where "summer Overconfidence, I believe many

spends the winter" and everyone will agree, was the greatest handi- :!::;: give your eyes two hours of safe reading light or operate '" :;:::

goes about in their shirt sleeves. cap to the local quintet while lack
Naturally "Red" and Phil had of substitutes was the greatest factor :_::i: your radio for most of a day-and-ELECTRICI.TY; is :*::_;:

a swell time razzin' me as the I working against the visitors. At :;::_;:: ,one thing that gets cheaper the more of it that you u&e. :;::;:

three of us huddled in that boat, the end of the game the score was Xx
our knees chatterin' like oi tied 32-32. In 3-minute overtime : :
a pair a
castenets and our hands so blamed period following the Tigers added I :::i: That is why it is so easy to have and enjoy a home :::: i

cold they were numb. t two more field goals and led the ::::;: that IS. all electrIc and modern. ::::;:
To make matters worse, the fish Naples five 36-32. Hare with three I fAyy
-probably as uncomfortable as we two-pointers and four free shots y yAyy

were-refused to do their stuff, and was the leader .in scoring while I y
the three or four that did A
venturea Brantley was next with two of each .
rise to connect with a plug or kind. VonMach with five, Owen
barbed buck-tail were too smallto and Winn with four each
Vaughn .... .....
keep and only, served to further with three and Lang and Waldron yA Avf
damage Florida's reputation. with two each constituted the other tf
But our trip was not without scores. :;::;: ANT-USE IT EXTRAVAGANTLY. :;::;:
..... .'..
interest, for when we returned Stouter, with the same divisionof I yf
from ..... ....
our fishing to sit comfortably goals as Hare except for an added

about a roaring fire in the free shot and Thomlinson whc tf:... .' .tt:.t
cozy lodge, we were entertainedby. made nine points, led the baske 1*
: Frederick Van Roy, Crystal River ringers for Naples. ...:. ,..:.
: "
tycoon, who took us into his Gills y yyy
confidence to present a preview of Forwards for Clewiston were yy yyy
.. ..
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the amazing platform upon whichhe VonMach, Bethea and Leiter (Winn : : : :

will stump the state as a candidate subbed) while Hooker, Bailey am>

for the governorship.While Johnson (McDuffie and .Wlething- Glades Power and Light Co.
the rest' of the boys who ton subbed) were the guards. Due
expect to toss their sombreros into to fevers and colds many of the II I''
1 'II.
the ring are draggln' out and dust- first string were not able to play |i
in' off such commonplace lures as their best and one of our forwardswas

;f'c-conomy", "reljtef..", "nepotism," I not flayed at all because ofillness. I ,
and "pe' siOls". I I ;::: 4.::::
Frederick, with the : .. .. ... ...... .... .. .............. .. ... .... ..... ............................... .. ..: } \
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t ? / .... :..K..K.<...:"H..H..H..:"H..M..:"X, ..X..K..:.....................1'............................................................................*. foot, Mrs. C.: E.: Nail Mrs. J. H.I r teresting talk on flower arrangements U. Mounts of Palm Beach county,

." c 0 --------- .f.I Pressley, Mrs. M. G. Mines, Mrs. and Mrs.. G. B., Jackstraw I Floyd Erickson compliance ,super-

.t. .Ai Floyd Hanna, Mrs. W. T. Wheeles, a fine article on gladioli. visor of Palm Beach county, Can-

I i .. .} Mrs. L. C. Miller, Mrs. R. C. Nowl- I Attending were Mrs. J.' W. Ezelle al Point, and Selden L. Stewart,

PERSONAL and SOCIETY :;: ing, Miss: Marjorio Hood, Mrs A. Mrs. G. B. Rackstraw, Mrs. R. H. compliance supervisor for Glades

r: :: A D. Dixon Mrs. E, M. Cornette, Mrs.H. Knight, Mrs. W. F. Simpson Mrs. and Hendry counties, at Mr. Hodge's

A M. Carlton, Mrs. Alex McGowan J. H. Pressley, Mrs. Olin'Carleton, office in the court house to explain

'. .:. I ',. ...f.i !.. Mrs. C. W. Simmons, Mrs. Her- Mrs. W. C. Owen, Mrs. F. M. the photographs and give' instruc-

i I. I, ...;.._......._.............-..-..-_.i NN.. ....-..._.-.._--.._--.._--.._-.-...-.-.._.................................-...!...!....!..!.........NNIIN.. .. .. '..IMMM. .' .!NNNNNNN.. .. .. .. .!.NNNN.. .. .. .. ... man Davis, Mrs. Ella Warren, Mrs. Wright, Mrs. J. D. -, Bruce, Mrs. tions in how to use them in "determining
Etta Frealey, Mrs. ;J. H. Simmons O. A. Jones, Mrs. R. M. Bishop, the acreage in the' com

i Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Russum spent SCHARNBERGS HOSTS AT Mrs. R. R. Embry, Mrs. M. A. Mrs. W. W. Perry and Mrs. F. C. pliance areas.,

I Saturday in Fort Myers. EVENING PARTY SATURDAYMr. Thomas Mrs. I. R. Holland, Mrs. Taylor.

i: Wm. Blount, Mrs. J. J. Graham

j a; 4 Dr. and Mrs. Cannon of Conyers, and Mrs., Herman Scharn- Mrs. C. Nelson, Mrs. G. K. 'V'enz-I MINISTERIAL ASSOCIATIONTO J. M. COUSECounselor

Ga., arc visiting Mrs. C. L. Downs berg were hosts al an evening party I lore,. Mrs. Clarence Kreuger, Mrs. HOLD SOCIAL MEETINGThe

Saturday complimenting their son M. C. Vowell, Mrs. R. E. Turren! and Attorney at Law

: Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hudson were. and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. tine, Mrs. W. R. Broaderick, Mrs.R. Everglades Ministerial As- Hopkins Building

j I I week-end visitors in Orlando. 'j Oliver H. Scharnberg of Boston, II L. Merrilt, Mrs. V. C., Woodward II sociation is planning to have a Wednesdays and Saturdays
and other guests.' Mrs. L. A. Wells social hour and dinner hour
: I I"I \ Mrs. GJ: E. ,at 9:30 to 4:00
Mrs. C. L. Downs made a business Several tables of bridge and I Etherton, Mrs. H E. Walker and the Clewiston Inn on Tuesday nightat

trip to Miami' Saturday.Mr. Michigan were in progress. Mrs.J. Mrs. Arch Hodges.. I 7:45 o'clock. All ministers and

I I ., D. Bruce won a door stop as their wives arc urged to be pres-
and Mrs. R. C. Nowlin; high score at bridge- Mrs. E. P. MRS EZELLE WINS HIGH ent. It is the meeting 'for the

visited in Fort Myers Friday Mutrux a linen ,,towel as second SCORE AT BRIDGE MEETING election of officers for: the coming

,,1 .. ..' : high, Mrs. F. M. Wright a scarfas ..---- year. The retiring officers are Rev.E. Good FarmLand

; i Mrs. W. T. Wheeles spent' yesterday third high and Mrs. Frank Rodriguez I Mrs. G. B. Thomas entertained Davis Conway, president; llev., ,

: I visiting 'her daughter Mrs. :' a set. of hot dish mats as her' bridge club at the ClewistonInn Chas. M. Brewer, SecretaryTreasurer. '

I J. M. Boyd in Fort Myers. low prize. Among the' men B. P. Wednesday afternoon. A 'Fos- .

11 Luce won a carton of cigarettes as toria cream and sugar set wentto

\ Mr. and Mrs. R. 'Y. Patterson high prize, W. C. Owen a tie as Mrs. J. W. Ezelle for high AERIAL MAPS ARE i

I were visitors Saturday in West second prize and Dr. B. A. Bourne score, and relish dishes of the MADE OF MUCK AREA for Rent

\ Palm Beach. cigarettes for low. Mr. and Mrs. C. same pattern went to Mrs. D. G.

I A. Martinez won the Michigan Alston for low score and to Mrs. (Moore Haven Democrat)

i Mrs. J._ R. Doty and Mrs. M. prizes, which were cigarettes and a W. F. Simpson for cut prize.A Copies of enlargements of aerial

i Bowman of LaBelle visited friends linen scarf. The guests received attractive delicious chicken salad course photographs taken in December of
here Wednesday. mementoes of the party I was served to Mrs. W?. H. Lanier, the mucklands of Glades county

1 from Mrs. Scharnberg. Mrs. T. B. Shelley, Mrs. I. M. Paf- and Hendry county were received

A delightful buffet supper was ford, Mrs. Keathley Bowden Mrs.R. this week by County Agent G. C.
Mrs. H.. C.' Avant. Mrs. Hubert I '
I Land and daughter, Shari shopped served at midnight to the following N. Smith, Mrs. Alston Mrs. Hodge and are now on display in TrespassersWill

I 'Beach. guests: Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Simpson and Mrs. Ezelle. his office. The photographs were
West Palm
Friday in .
: Scharnberg, Mr. and Mrs. F. Deane taken as an 'aid in making surveysof Be

Duff, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Owen, VOLLNEY: ROBBINS the area in the soil conserva-
A. R. Broad-
W. F. Simpson and
? Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Bruce, Mr. and CELEBRATES 7TH BIRTHDAYMr. tion program of the Agricultural ProsecutedClewiston
I foot made a business trip to Jack-
'I Mrs. H. A. Bestor, Mr. and Mrs.J. Adjustment Act.
sonville the, latter part of- the week. '
W. Francis Dr. and Mrs. 0. F. !
and Mrs. C. E. Robbins gavea There are more than thirty of the
Schiffli Mr. and H. T.
Mrs. Vaughn,
1,1 Representative Elbert L., Stewart party Saturday afternoon cele- photographs, the enlargements be-
Dr. and Mrs. B.: A. Mr.
, J attended the budget meeting of the Bourne brating the seventh birthday of ing 25" by 25". Taken from a
I and Mrs. F. M. Mr. and
State Road Department in Fort : Wright their son Vollney. Several games, height of approximately' 14,000 feet
Mrs. Max Meluh Mr. and Mrs. B.
i Lauderdale Thursday.Mrs. including target shooting, were en- they present a full panoramic picture -
P. Luce Mr. and Mrs. John Lucaa
I ,
joyed'and prizes won by' Corinne of the entire muck area with
i Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Mr. and "
: Mildred'lIay and Miss Bigg, VonMach and Dick Hanna. the fields cut by the intricate sys- And
Mrs. C. A. Martinez, Mr.' and Mrs Realty
Thurston left Monday for New Attending were Corinne and tem of drainage ditches into a giant
R. Y. Patterson, Mr. and Mrs. John
I S York after a visit of several weeks I Eleanor VonMach, Anne Prewitt, checkerboard.Mr. .
i ; G. Getz, Mr. and Mrs. Donahue
i with Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Scotti. Rachel Miner, Emma Jane Ezelle, Lyle of Gainesville, who is DevelopmentCorporation
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Mills
i I Bruce Beardsley, Bobby and Dickie connected with the aerial survey
I Mrs. F. M. Rodriguez Mrs. Eric
Mrs. William Lu\caa\ who is : Hanna, Richard Knight, Charles, work of the state, brought the pho-
Brodin, Mrs. Bessie Elliott Miss
i visiting her sister, Mrs. Herman'' Miner and Harry Vaughn.Ice tographs here Monday and met with
Eunice Meredith, Miss Virginia
Scharnberg, spent a few days in cream, cake and punch were County Agent Hodge ,of Glades and
Gallant Miss Jane Harrington Mrs.
Miami over the weekend.Dr. served by Mrs. Robbins. j Hendry counties, County Agent M.
,E. P. Mutrux,
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J. J. Harrington Jay W. Moran,
Mrs. Cross and MRS. E. L. HAYES HOSTESS AT
Mrs. Walter and Cross of Kansas City I Dr. ,, D. Horn, W. C. Prewitt. andR. BRIDGE CLUB WEDNESDAY.Mrs. *.%:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.,.:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:-:..,:.'
L. Coker. y
were recent guests of F. L. Wil- y

1 liamson. E. L. Hayes entertained y
I members of her bridge club Wednesday +, ..-:-: ANNOUNCING :- 4::
Mrs. H. J. B. Scharnberg, Mrs. .. '
,"- afternoon. Mrs. R. C. Nowl ,
'Eric'Brodin and Miss Louise Moore ing won a pair of flower pots in t

were visitors Friday in West Palm Roland Turrentine and Miss I an ornamental holder ,for high y.t. '":, ::ft :
lots for
Beach. Elsie Lammons were hostesses ata I prize and Mrs. A. C. Wells a sim- ;:: the sale of 'three more ,.:.

1 \:\ pretty stork shower given at I ilar set for low prize. .f:.

Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Mills and Mrs. Turrentine's home for Mrs.I Sandwiches and an iced drink .

sons, Gene and Solon, were visiting W. H. Warren. were served by Mrs. Hayes to Mrs. '
:: _
1 relatives in Fort Myers the : Several interesting games and Nowling, Mrs. A. 'C. Wells, Mrs. .t I HOMES .s,.

f i latter part of the week. contests were enjoyed, prizes being Foy Durrence, Mrs. Glen Etherton, .

won by Mrs. J. H. Davis and Mrs. Mrs. V. C. Woodward, Mrs. John f t

I i Mr. and Mrs. Oliver H. Scharn- M. A. Thomas. Elmore Mrs. A. C. Carlton and X f

berg and baby son of Boston are Delicious refreshments were served Mrs. R. M. Hare, jr. ::. Some Excellent Re-sales Are Still Available. ::
; I visiting Mr. Scharnberg's parents by the hostesses to Mrs. W. H. ; *f t*

,i Mr. and Mrs. Herman Scharnberg. Warren, '\ Mrs. Don Carlisle, Mrs. MISS MARKETTE HOSTESS AT Y

I J. H. Davis, Mrs. H. L. Davis, Mrs. EVENING FRIDGE( CLUB X.t.

i ,\ L. M. Oliphant left Tuesday for M. A. Thomas, Miss Mae Lily I .- .s.. Financing is Easier-Material is Cheaper :|::

\ his home in Marietta, Ga., after Stone Miss Dorothy Hare, Miss :.:
Miss Mary Markette was hostessat
I visiting for a week with his daughter Lois Prince, Mrs. W. R. Broadefick, I .
an evening bridge for her' club
1 Mrs. R. C. Wilson and Mr. Mrs. E. M. Cornette, Mrs. B. In- '
Wednesday evening., Mrs. G. H.
Wilson. gram Mrs. G. E., Wenzloff, Mrs. ; i it
Small won high score and Miss
M., C. Vowell, Mrs. M. G. Mines, Virginia Jordan, low. J. E. BEARDSLEY
Mrs. F. D. Hessie who has been :Mrs. Robert Russell
An iced course was served by the ...
visiting her daughter, Mrs. G. T. Mrs. J. W. Frealey, Mrs. C. W. I '
hostess to Mrs. G. H. Small, Miss
Augur and her family, left yes- Simmons, Mrs. H. E. Walker Mrs.
terday for Jacksonville where she Wm. Blount Mrs. I. R. Holland ,Virginia Miss Carol Jordan Harris, Miss, .Hazel Miss Prince Ruth =yi i= Real Estate Hopkins Bldg. ;:|;:

was called by the illness of another Mrs. Floyd Mountain, Mrs. Leslie
Knight, Mrs., Carl Johnson and y
daughter.Mr. Miller, Mrs. Mark Emrich and Mrs. y

J. K: Weaver. Mrs. C. E. Nail. .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: :,.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:,.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: :..:
and Mrs. Fred Allison of
Ohio who have been visit- BAPTIST W. M. S. MET
ing with Dr. and Mrs. R. V. Alli- TUMOR BOYS CLASS HOLD TUESDAY AT CHURCH :..:..:..:..: :..:..:..:..:,.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.....:.".:..:..:,,:,,:,,:,,:,,:,,:,,:,,:,,;":":..:":":":":":.':":":'i-:":":":..:..:..:..:..
son at Gainesville came to Clew- .:. 'i'Y

iston for a visit with F. L. Wil- The Wbman's Missionary Societyof yi

: liamson and to visit the sugar monthly meeting of the Jun- the Baptist Church met in the y

', f i house. They then continued on their ior Boys' Sunday School Class of church building Tuesday' afternoonfor i ANNOUNCEMENT is

0( trip through Florida including a the Community Church was held on its regular monthly meeting.Mrs. ....

trip over the oversea highway to Tuesday' night at the home of Billy A. R. Broadfoot presided dur-

Key West.LADIES r Perry. ing the meeting at which various' ; '

AID OBSERVES teacher The program Miss Mary was Markette led by; and the acted.business of the Society was trans- i ,,,:' ''.''fr"i;, '":; :<:F'. '" :,::: !

WOULD DAY OF PRAYER was followed by delicious refresh Attending were lIrs.V lliam .

served Blount, Mrs. W. R. Broadeiick, Mrs.
i Combining the regular monthly I Manning Carter, Mrs E. l M. Corn- X.. The New ..:.
observance of the Numerous of bin- ; .'
meeting with W. Perry. games ette, Mrs. H. L. Davis, Mis. J. H. ..
World Day of Prayer the Ladies go were also enjoyed.The A
Davis, Mrs. G. E. Etherton, Mrs.
Aid Society of the Community class welcomed' a newcomerto John Elmore, Mrs. I. R. Holland,

Church met at the church Friday. the class, Edwin Roath. Those Mrs. E. L. Hayes Mrs. L. C. Miler Amoco Service Station j js

A covered dish luncheon was I present were Charles Benbow, ,Ben Miss Marge Hood, 1Irs.1.. G. I .:"
served at o'clock. Mrs. Wi B. Bolton Sherwood Oliver Mar- ..
one :Hall YA
Mines, Mrs.. C. Nelson, Mrs. R. C.
Cate then presided at the business I tinez, Billy Majiuird, Bobby Mayn- Y
Nowling, Mrs. C. W. Simmons, Mrs. .. ..t.
,,.I session. ard, Gene Mills, Jr., Billy Perry, I.. "
lJI. M. C. Vowell, Mrs. W. T. 'Wheeles. .t. I
J Installation of the new officers Billy Prewitt Sammie Young,, Edwin Mrs. L. A. Wells Mrs. G. E. Wenz- :: .1 \,; On Sugarland Highway :=::
conducted in impressive loath and Miss Markette. 5' YA
was a very
I loff A 5
Mrs. C.
Krueger, Mrs. A. D. Y
; service by Rev. Forest C., Taylor. Dixon Mrs., Alex McGowan Mrs. :t:
Mrs. H. R. Hall installed as BAPTIST W. M. U. OBSERVES + '
was H. E. Walker, Mrs. C. E. Nail, Mrs. Is Now Open for Business., ':;
president, Mrs. W. M. Lanier vice- ANNUAL DAY OF PRAYERThe V. C. Woodward, Mrs. R. R. Em- :
Mrs. Durrence secretary y X
president Foy
I. bry, Mrs. Roland Turrentine ,and Y :
\ and Mrs. W. C. Owen treas Woman's ,Missionary Unionof Mrs. J. J. Graham, Mrs. R. L. Mer- PRODUCTS :!:
urer. Mrs. S. W. Houser, who is'' the Baptist Church observed the ritt, Mrs. Welch and Miss Elsie ::: AMERICAN OIL COMPANY
II the recording secretary, was unable' annual southwide Day of Prayer Lammons. C

II to be present for the installation. with an all-day meeting Wednes- '

; Mrs. Hall, on behalf of the So- Courteous Service ,:_
I day.Mrs. GARDEN CLUB MET WITH :: Friendly Service -:-
ciety, presented the retiring president A. R. Broadfoot, who arranged :MRS. G. ROYAL, LAKE: HARBOR Y
Mrs. Cate, with a lovely bag the program made a talk Y Y
in appreciation of her year's work. the theme y
on "Forward In Faith". The Clewiston Garden Club met
The Day of Prayer program was The Society made!, "a contributionof :::
at home of Mrs. George L. Royal :: THOS. JACOBSMgr..
presented under the leadership of ten :
dollars to the Lake Harbor, Thursday after- f
I C Mrs. Joseph Robbins and followed< special day of prayer fund.A nco for its lionthly meeting.

,S..5 the program planned for the aatlonwide covered dish luncheon: was; l1o"'l'jnz.' the .business, meeting; \'

otsarviatc. ttrv 6 *t aeon to ,Hri .... X. Bio,4. trb1 ftlehtrd Kai 1iht giva'. &: in. \ .. ..1 t'",' : I ,
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I MAIDEN t= t= () [?T".. Several THE Measuring HOUSEHave : Cups

-Having 'more than one measur

AUTHOR OF ing cup handy is a great asset and i
HOPKINS I time-saver in cooking.

For Cleaning: Bed Springs.Usea
dishmop on which a small
SAMUEL HOPKINS ADAMS WNU SERVICE j amount of furniture polish has

been placed.
CHAPTER XI-Continued "Stalling off, eh?" He laughed. sistence of the rain. And for once formed him with a fine affectationof When
Making Toast. It
-18- "That's your idea of it, is it?" in her poised and self-confident life primness and candor, "is an open im-
it both in taste and
"And having you girls.ma e a Gloria shot a sharp glance at him. she felt awkward. Her resentment book." proves digesti-
bility if the slices of bread
brokein. "What's the matter with Big against the quondam Templeton are
song and dance of it, Kelsey you, "Almost too open.
laid in the for little
"More hero stufl. No, thanks! Boy? You haven't' got Marne wrong, Sayles, partly a hold-over, had become "I suppose that means something while before open oven them.a
toasting They
I've had enough of that." have you?" an instinctive defense .againsta unpleasant."

"I get you, pal," said the"beauty- "I have not." subtly invading sense of having "Not at all. I'm only agreeingwith will given toast this better advance and more treatment.evenlyif
girl. "I wouldn't be so sure you i been stupidly in the wrong. you."

"I get him, too," asserted Marne. haven't, at that. What you don't I She went down to the study. Kelsey
Suddenly he said "Comeon
"He did it just to put me-to put us maybe get is that she's playing it rose, drew up a chair for her, Marne angry this virtue, stuff: is all Angora Fills Needs
in wrong." through for her job and ours." asked if he could do anything fur ;
right for home consumption be-
"I did not." "Too bad she has to work so hard ther, and resumed his reading. Si fore the or

"Can't you see him being con- for the money, isn't iU"! lence. It reached the point of an- camera- "
sciously noble in his secret soul-" "Sa-a-ay! Go and get your tem- noyance for Marne. Well, direct "But it doesn't go with you, she

"I was not," wrathfully denied per massaged. What are you hold- methods were best.. She made her finished, in a peculiar tone.
the accused. ing back on me, anyway?" attack. "Not for a minute. Do you think

"And when everything was set he "Nothing," he replied airly. "Sore?" I'm as dumb as all that?" )

was going to spring it on us and "Oh, all right! Carry your own "No." Catching fire from his anger, she

take the camera. Show-boy!J" con- load. All I'm asking of you is to She waited. That was all. Afteran demanded. "What" business of yoursis

cluded Marne with lively scorn. stick it out a little longer and back appropriate interval she tried. my virtue?

"Ah, have ajieart, kid!" Gloria up Marne. You know, she reallyis again. "You're' not over-conversa- "None at all, of course. Only-"

adjured her. kinda sweet on this job. It's got tional." "Well, 'only'?" she prompted.

"And over what?" pursued the under her skin. And she isn't too "I've lost the habit through lack "Only 1 ,was fool enough to let

girl. Deep within herself she was. bad, at that. If the picture flops, of practice," he grinned. myself think I was in love with you."

feeling mean and small and unfair, it won't be her fault." Marne gloomed out of the window. "I am doing nicely! Leading

and as this was all Kelsey Hare's I "I know what you mean," glow- "They're taking a long time." Man Falls for Star.' And then your

fault, she was coldly furious at him. ered Kelsey. "I never pretended to "The roads are awful." dark suspicions were roused. And,

"Nothing but common, everyday be an actor, did I? My specialtyis "Well, we can't, sit here forever being a wary person, you naturally i

honesty." being a goat.". \ like a couple of lumps," she fret- backpedaled with speed and cau-

"That's the first sensible thing The beauty-girl walked over and ted. "Do you know how to play tion. Couldn't think of pinning your

you've said," snapped Kelsey. hooked an arm into his. "You're up rummy. ?" young affections to an unworthy, ob
"When do I break into this in that part all right. And don't "I am probably," he asserted, ject." alty4

brawl?" inquired Martin. "After all, think for a minute that we ,don't "the best rummy player at. presentIiEf "Just the same, I think you might ;1i $
in it. See here,
got an
have let me know how it stood be
Kelse; why didn't' you let me tween and Snydacker," blurted
know? : Kelsey miserably. *
"After the way you jumped down :
"Ah, now we're getting
his throat, right at the start? said .
: where. So it's A. Leon. who is'on
Gloria. "I wouldn't have, either. 1 { ; ::,
1: :
"I was pretty sick of the whole ;::: d : r., your mind. Angora is all the rage and you, 1

thing," confessed Kelsey. "1 didn't m:>:,<.: "You needn't take the trouble to too, can be right in style with the

want to talk about it. And I don't i if: .,:::" deny it"I'm-" help of your knitting needles. If

want to talk about it now," he appended not denying anything to you. it's glamor you are after, make
with rising annoyance. "This Mr. Templeton Sayles." the bolero, so lovely for eveningwear

conference wasn't my idea. Who got y "-because I've got it direct-" at any season; use white,

me down here, anyway?" he fin- "Those fatal emeralds!" she said, black or a pastel shade. The

ished'with a poisoned look at Marne. :::.X and laughed."I blouse, with its smart ribbed effect -

"Well, that's that," observed Mar- don't mean the em ralds. I is just the thing for wear

tin uncomfortably. "I've. been wrong -,: have it, straighter than that. Direct under a suit. Pattern 6285 con-

before, but never quite one hundredper ..::-:z.m: evidence." tains directions for making blouse
and bolero in sizes 12 to 14 and
cent wrong, so far as I recall. ::: "Then we don't have to discuss it
16 to 18 illustrations of it of
do ? :4 ; and
What am I supposed to. now any more, do we? retorted the
"Kiss him and say you're sorry," .:::::;i iAij girl in tones 'of poisoned honey. stitches; materials needed.To .

Gloria. "If you don't, 'I"How'd "Would you like to play some more obtain this pattern send 15
suggested cents in coins to The Sewing Cir-

.. rummy? cle, Household Arts Dept., 259 )' f
it be if I kissed you and # "No. I'm going out." He ,did
+ West 14th Street, New York, N. Y.
let Marne- ,,.,
: : not go out. He stood, glooming at
"Nothing doing," interposed that 4' 1x ...,W her with a face of wretched inde-
haughty young person. c< o : terminacy. "Will you answer 1 me Head colds do make
"-say she was sorry?" ,..i:1 J. question Marne?"
:,:;:x one you feel miserable.
"Do your own apologizing. It's "I will not." H E D Do this for relief:

mostly his own fault, anyway." "If you'll tell me there's nothing M Put 2 drops Penetro

"See here, Kelse. I don't see, how between you and Snydacker": he Nose Drops in eachnostrIl.

1 can take that money." : .. 'J.yla:4: ;:?,...'; AI pleaded desperately, "I'll try to- "IOlD .
"Oh !" burst out the in- 2oa S':? The
gosh astringent-
my f0'C Y!;. x' I'll believe you. Even. in the face,
furiated Marne. "Both of you, now! of what I've heard." Misery like action of the
woi :+t+v.afv :.vK.ve ephedrine and other
Going noble on each other at one "
"Why, should I? she, taunted. "Or medication relieves
and the same time. Good-by!I" She "It's worth a million to be able to chuck that alias." why should I care what you be- r,'' congestion, permits
ran out, her hands pressed over lieve or don't believe? '''I won't 'tell freer nasal breath-
her ears, and the concussion of know how swell you've been about to be found within the' limits of Cu- a thing." ing. Soothing, cool- \
the closing door testified to the out-' all this." yoga County." you ing, quick-acting to
This time, he did out. Re-
rage upon her feelings. "We know, eh? You and who "Says you! Still in the characterof gardless of the storm go, which was relieve irritation.
"Sweet cheese'n crackers! Is thata else?" NOSE
Templeton Sayles. You'll haveto
lashing in furiously again from the PENETRO
!" remarked Gloria "Marne too answered the other DROPS
sore baby prove it to me. northwest he made his to'the
gazing after her departed friend."I with her shrewd smile. "But, gee! He proved it to the,extent of three bridge and trudged across without

hope the poor little thing has a how she'd hate to show it! How dollars and ten cents: Marne put even noticing, the current, which

good cry," minced Kelsey. "It's all ever, there are some things you'vegot aside the cards. flooding across the floor ofi i the Seeking Pleasure
right Mart. Don't worry about the to workout for yourself. I can't "This drippy grayness, has got on .structure. Pleasure is very seldom found

money. I've made a nice profit 'on stooge for you with Marne." She my nerves. Isn't it about time for wavery his where' it is sought.-Johnson.
One thought monopolized ach-
the deal. There's the rent; I've threw open the door and shoutedup lunch?"
pocketed that. And you may have the stair-well, "Hey, kid! Are "Lunch, Glunk!" 'he bellowed. ing brain: he must have that unanswered -

noticed that I'm not depositing the you going to soldier on this job, or Glunk served the meal, washed question, which had still DN, )
left him with an illogical but per
salary drawn by Templeton Sayles, I up, made some uninterpretablesounds sistent doubt, satisfied. He kept see- : do Ludea's
Marne Q".UIST Why you use
appeared sniffing suspi-
Esq. to anybody's account but my and sloshed forth into the
Marne's face, and in that face
ing for cold ?
own. Besides"He threw out his ciously. "There's still a slight taintof weather upon some unexplained en- your Mary
arms and expanded his chest, "It's nobility in the air," she said. terprise of his own. something-not innocence; anyone :;;::
could fake innocence; but a,, pride
worth a million to be able to chuck, "Do you think you can put a muf- The pair, thus left to their own
\ which he could not reconcile with
that alias." fler on Sidney Carton if I come in? devices resumed their game.Marnelost
her being Snydacker's mistress."I :
"Now, you behave yourself, returned -
Gloria bestowed upon him a look a dollar more.
of commiseration. her friend severely. "Or, don't believe it. I don't be- /I
"Tough luck, "No wonder you broke the bank at They offer relief-plus
first thing know I'll smack lieve it," he kept muttering as he
boy, she murmured. you you Monte Carlo. Isn't it awfully stuffyin an alkaline factor!
"What's tough luck?" one. And I want you to lay off here?" plowed through the torrent of rainto

"Are you a sport or aren't you, Temp-Kelsey. He's one'swell guy." He opened a window. "The rain'slet the long-distance booth, and his
Tempy, old lad?" "And does he know itl"! said the up." first''' words into the telephone, when LUBIN'S

"I'm not. Not any longer. I've incorrigible Marne. "And the wind's gone down. It's he had got Marbury Gormine at his S

been all the sport I can stand. And They resumed their packing. The weirder than ever. Why don't they New York" office, were: "I don't be- MENTHOL COUGH DROPS

don't call me Tempy. That's out." I process was interrupted by the advent come?" lieve it.

"So are we if you quit on us, of Glunk who came to Marne, Outside was silence except for the "Is that you, Mr. Sayles? I fail Friend I

Marne. Moby. Me. Hail, Caesar; battered, scarified, and smeared rush of many waters. The build- to understand you. What don't;you Dangerous

they who still need the money salute with mud arid shale offering sundry ing vibrated softly, deeply to the believe?" I Nothing.friend.is so dangerous La Fontaine.CONSTIPATED.as. an l
you!" abrasions to be bandaged. thrill of the current. Kelsey wan- Kelsey resumed command of him- ignorant -

"I can't help it," he cried des- "What have you been up to, dered over to the fireplace. Marnesat self. "Sorry, Mr. Gormine. But I

perately. "If I have to keep on being Glunk?" queried his master. "You lax and dispirited. He was want to check up on that matter,;you
Templeton Sayles and letting look as if you'd been trying to climb about to suggest a continuance of spoke of. Something has occurred ?

myself be guyed by that little spit. the cliff, eh? What for?" their game when her, head went up. which throws doubt upon the accuracy Here Is Amazing Relief for

cat of a Van Stratten girl, I'll crack., Glunk said something ending in "We can't sit here forever, just of your information." Conditions Due to Sluggish.Bowels

Everything is squared, and I'm for what sounded like an expletive."He disliking each other." "What is your reason for doubtingmy litt { ;! If act you allke.think Iuat all laxatives trY t.b..SAI }

the open road." wanted to inspect the Becker "Disliking?" he repeated with a information, Mr. Sayles?" ] -*f.DJ So all v mild Qotabb, thorough laxative., refreshing -
0/ "Just give us one chance =s' Creek dam," interpreted Mar- invigorating. Dependable relief from
pleaded smile which she considered one of It would be too implausible to :sick headaches, bllloua spells, tired feeling when
Gloria. "Wait till we hear fromA. tin. the most disagreeable that ever disfigured say: "She doesn't look like that kind y ociaUd with constipation.
of Nit
box your
Leon Snydacker again." Sensing "Urgck," assented Glunk. "No an otherwise presentable of girl." So he answered lamely, Without Risk dr .flst. Make the test-then
delighted return tho box to us. Wo will
his continued resistance she retired good. Bad. countenance. "I have had a talk with Miss Van refund tho purchase

within herself for thought, and "The bridge seemed to be worry- "Well, whatever you want to callit. Stratten-" rlce.NR That's Tablets today.fair. emerged with her final argument. ing him, too," Martin added. I'm sick of it." (TO BE CONTINUED) Get VKUg

"Look here, boys; I'm going to tell "Well, I'll give the water about "Any complaints?" he inquired ALWAYS CARRY,. QUICK RELIEF f
you something. You think you're one more yard to rise, and then it'll with false mildness. Highest Sea Mountain Ens uer dna FOR ACIDINDIGESTION

having a rough time. Let me tell be time to be thinking of leaving. "Yes. You're always trying to put Even though Mauna Kea in Hawaii
you, you're a bluebird on a telegraph So I think I'll just take a run to people in the wrong." is the highest island mountainin

wire compared to Marne. town and see if I can persuade a "I don't know that I tried very the world, the visible portion is I

She's the one that's on a spot." truck to come for our things in the hard." only a small part of it. The mountain __OnlyT-

"So she ought to be," grunted Kel- morning." "Meaning that we were in the begins on a great plain 18,000

sey. Involuntarily he asked: "Why? "Also we're short on provisions," wrong already. Why couldn't you feet below sea level. It rises 14,000 GOOD MERClIAF4DISECan

What's her trouble?" stated Gloria. "I'll go along." have, been decently frank in the first feet above sea level, so high thatit
"Stalling off A., Leon Snydacker, Left alone in the house with Kel- place?" is topped with snow. The snow

President of Purity Pictures, Inc., sey, Marne completed her packing. "Frankness isn't exactly your own gives it the name Mauna Kea, Be CONSISTENTLY Advertised. .

and the"human pay envelope for one ] Then what to do? She was wearied specialty, is it?" _. which is translated, ."White. Moun O BUY ADVERTISED 'GOODS O
and all. and nervous from the devilish in- "My life," Miss" .Stratten' tain." .


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Hi llnc/tl ; Just 'Nonsense

WI COMIC SECTION Sergeant (drilling squad) :
I 4S y5: "When I say 'One,' stand at
attention; at 'Two' jump.in the
I air; at 'Three,' come down

: Offspring of Imagination again."

I :i Scandal is when you don't know 7 Visitor (being'' shown his

I as much as you can guess. host's collection of butterflies):

j Happy the man that reaches the D I I I 0 "It must have been a terrible

i friend top:who to still cherish.has one ardent bosom blow things to died.you" when the poor

i We know a chap who's so
It makes a man admire a worn-
j, an's intelligence to see;how'easily swollen-headed ,that he's joined

I she can tell the front end of ,her: the army to let the world see

i new hat.Enough. I"I him.Postcard
I from friend
a vaca-
I is what'would satisfy us: i
; tioning in .Florida-uHaving a'
-if the neighbors didn't have any .
fine time; wish I could afford
more. ', it."
i A good idea kept to yourself is:
i worthless-passed on 'to others it !::::: t \ .

becomes a valuable asset. \ ;: .

I With Regrets to Follow C-- '

,I I ; When one passes an evening IN AND TIPS

!j wisely he gets his satisfaction out SEE THE ,
1 of it by thinking about it next GardenersHelping

I morning; but when he spends his
evening in folly he,thinks he.is'rewarded -
.i \ right there and then. CAT
: 1 Homely women never believe
I that a pretty girl; can be sensible, Seeds Along s'TpHE

It Is Your Debt first step toward insuringgermination
: *- of seeds is
Every time you know a compliment proper

J ;I ,is deserved, pay it. Why planting.In .
be stingy with good will? J exceptionally dry weather,
.I When the men wore knee trousers 1 however, even properly planted
i seeds may not germinate. It is
not a one of them tried to
I in such to
advisable a case pre-.
show just a little more knee.
I pare the dry soil for the seed. Wa-

!I ter freely, as though you had a
I. 'C Allow the water.to
crop growing.
HOW TO RELIEVECOLDS soak in and when the soil has
good moisture content, begin your

I planting. You must be'careful, of

course, not to plant in wet, muddy

Excessive rainfall, on the other

Ii I hand, may make the soil so moistas
to cause rotting. If seeds have

i not germinated within a' reason-
able length of time after'planting,

.j I Simply Follow These Easy Directions a few of them should be dug up
(CoJ'lrlchf, W. N. u.) and examined. If rotting is indicated -
j to Ease the Pain and Discomfort and another planting must be

'I Sore Throat Accompanying Colds made.
I While few vegetable seeds require -
special treatment to assist

germination, numerous flower
n 1. To ease pain and : 5tM seeds can successfully be treated,

: discomfort and reduce -'IOW according to'Harry A. Joy, flower
fever take ,2 Bayer u C I IM I- wA 5r expert.He .
( ", a; Tablets-drink a glassof : advises as follows: Nick the

\ >< water. Repeat In seed coat of lupin, moonflower and

hours.. ,;',. morning glory; remove the tough'

outer coating of nasturtium, mo-
', ..... L mordica, castor bean and sand
: ,: > 4 verbena; soak canna lily, job's
tear and sweet pea seeds in water
f 2. If throat Is %
raw before .
for 12 hours planting.CONSTIPATED
.}. from cold, crush and '
1 1T
:t dissolve 3 Bayer b u

::t Tablets In /3 glass, I r 1R.

I of water. gargle. C !

iW K"t.,..,
I E Gas Crowds Hearl."For .

thirty yean constipation caused me
THE SIMPLE WAY pictured headaches and JI&lnI1n the back. Awful gal
I I above ofterF brings amazingly fast bloating crowded my heart. Adlenia helped
I relief from discomfort and sore right away. Now I eat aearii,bananas;.pie,
anything I want and *
I throat accompanying colds. Mrs.Mabel Schott. Two things happen when
; Try it. Then-see your doctor. ON7' KNOW. xt KJ you are constipated. FIRST: Accumulated
,He probably will tell to wastes swell up bowels and press on nerves in
continue -
you e
the digestive tract. SECOND:Partly digested
i"" i'' with the Bayer Aspirin because Noi30 yWr food starts to decay forming GAS,bringingon
\ it acts so fast to relieve discomforts b IN 7 A Sl'df eSMATTfIZ, sour stomach, indigestion,and heartburn
E C bloating you up until you sometimes gasp for
of cold.
a And to reduce t
Il breath. Adlerika i double relief withDOUBLE
\ fever. Po vltE} hl Y oG ACTION.gives Adlenka relieves

This simple way, backed by o't 17 : STOMACH GAS almost at once. It often
clears bowels in less than two hours. No pnping -
scientific authority, has largely sup- J no after effects, just quick results. Recommended
planted the use of strong medicinesin by many doctors for 35 years.
easing cold symptoms. Perhapsthe ; Sold at all drug'item
easiest most effective way yet P
discovered. But make sure you get
Thought and Learning
genuine BAYER
Aspirin By &t M Learning without thought is labor -
lost; thought without learn-

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thou as chaste as ice, as those dearest to you? '
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need good general system tonic, try
I a
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\ ? For over 60 years one woman has told an-
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Why not give it a chance to help YOU
COLDS Over one million women have written in
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Bitting Is Host- .' by 'eight .students of the Harlem I' technical k.' o. over Jimmie Lee. as the maximum penalty. a1nj1 : "
Academy in "Jitterbug" time and The flour barrel scramble of a Boundaries the area, to which ,. .,1'
-"--- was much enjoyed and this was followed I I group of young colored. boys for the measure will apply pave not NG r'J
(Continued From Page One) by two' tap-dancers from coins furnished much hmnsement.I yet been definitely fixed, according rt for
direction of Mr. Bitting and his Bare Beach, Henry Mitchell and I I to Mr. Beck but he said It will

efficient organization. He spoke ofa Marian Potts. I List of Guests- not materially interfere with com- More1BUSINESS '<
former interest In'the beet sugar Music for the dinner was furnished I I mercial fishing In the lake. He Indicated '
when these he is not favorable to clos-
industry and holdings by Roy Fisher's Serenadersfrom Try Our Ads
were' sold he had not expected ever West Palm Beach and their (Continued From Page One)' ing the entire lake against seining, 7 / J ,tY ,

to, be in the industry again. How soloist, Miss Ruth Bartlett, led in Robert M. Doyle, Jr., Father Lawrence as has been v'roposed.Caloosahatchee. f

ever he was, a few years later, induced the group singing of several old Flynn, J. E. Frierson, Her-
to buy stock in the' SouthernSugar favorites during the dinner. RiverIs
I man Gold, 'S. A. Graves, Hon. It.
Corporation after he had
I A. Gray, G. C. Hodge, W. R. Hooker -
visited the area and seen the. po WINNERS OF PRIZES: W. D. Hornsby, Geo. B. Hills, Raised A Foot
ten tialitii s for development. He Carl Hanton, Luther Jones, E. E.
traced the trials of that corporation The following key of the .
; men Kelly, R. E. Kurtz, -'
until "we were sold out on 'the United States Sugar Corporationwere Hon. H. W. Lawrence, Hon. JohnI. I (Moore Haven Democrat)
courthouse steps by. our: friend here, the lucky winners of a num- I has
Leonard, Otto Larsen, Samuel A' temporary needle-dam been
the Judge," and lie indicated Judge ber of valuable prizes given awayat MacClurkan] J. A. McGehee, M. constructed at; the Ortona locks t

Geo.V.. Whitehurst, seated near the President's Dinner Tuesday L. Mer&hon, Geo. B. Miller, J. G. on top of the fixed concrete spill- 0

him. evening: Niblack, Dr. J. R. Neller, C. V. way providing for a' foot raise in
He told then of how Mr. Bitting Philco radio-Eugene' Mutrux. Parkinson, W. W. Perry, Paul Rar- elevation of the upper pool betweenthe
had become interested and the reorganization Winchester repeating shotgun- din, Herbert S. Sawyer, Dr. G. B. locks and the lake. The raise

carried out. He spokeof Fisher W. Ange"17jewel Sartoris, M.\ H. Scotti, Hon. J. F. has benefitted to some extend in

the business-like manner in Elgin wl'istwatch-H. C. Scullen, Carr Settle, Percival St. relieving the situation caused by Conside

which the new corporation had Kolstad. Aubin, Hon. Elbert L. Stewart, E.: the abnormal lack of rainfall over
gone about the manufacture of sug- Eastman Kodak-F. Deane Duff. P. Taliaferro, Dr. Forest C. Taylor, the past year or two.
ar and of how their continued research Winchester .22 cal.' rifle-S. L. W. F. Therkildson, G. E. Therry, Plans are being made to raise th s AngUs I

efforts had 'given new va- Crochet. William, B. Uihlein, George W. this pool an additional foot and a

rieties of cane which' had increased Gladstone bag-Byron P. Luce. Whitehuist, C. Wayne: Ward, Hon. half to elevation fourteen until the "\ fling your own home is real

the :yield and sugar, content of Fishing rod and xeel-Fred Hen- David Elmer Ward, F. J. Woods, dry 'period is ended. This will necessitate V economy because you save the
the cane year after year 'with a ricksen. Geo. O. Wright and Harley Watson. flooding certain low' areas landlord's profit. Any family need- )

strong probability that yields on Shick automatic. razor-George and the work cannot be done until ing a home will do well to look at

some fields might be establishedof EDUCATORS VISIT floodway easements are secured on our selection of homes and buy
100 tons to the acre with much Yon.Smoker's chest-Dr. B. A. these areas. It is hoped that withina before real estate values increase
higher sucrose even than at pres- Bourne. week or two it will be possibleto Further.We will gladly help you
M. L. Stone, curriculum advisor
ent. The steady increase in pro'duction Shaeffer's lifetime fountain pen school inspector for the benefit from this additional raisein attain debt-free ownership of your
year after year, he creditedto -E. W. McLeod: and the water table. home thru payments like rent.
State Board of Education and Dr. i
the remarkable organization that The drought period is
All guests present received a key- M. L. Ostetter of Washington, D. protracted
had been built up by Mr. Bitting I matic keyholder and a box of candied -' C., who is connected with all school causing a drop in the lake elevation, Clewiston Federal
attention to the fact that
calling citrus fruit. nation that- being at this time about 14.8.
accrediting agencies in the ,
the hourly capacity of the sugar r
house had been doubled, the per- made, a brief yis't to the Clewiston Savings and Loan

centage of time for shutdowns had Fair Exhibit- school Thursday morning. They
the night here en'route to Read The Ads
been reduced to about six per cent spent Association
a meeting of school officials in
five anda
and compared the present .
from ) Fort Lauderdale. ---------------------
half month harvest period to the (Continued page one ----

harvest of a few days at the start. system. It was a large sectorized
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Following his talk Mr. Mott distributed chart and Florida's'sector was Would Limit SeiningIn ----- ------ ---------

the bonus envelopes to the shown to be very small.A i, :,
key men and was then asked by sugar display contained samples Lake OkeechobeeA
Mr. Moran to draw numbers for of various sugars, syrups ,and :;: THE TELEPHONE ::

the, large group' of prizes given massecuite which is a combinationof _. i I ,.. :.t: 1

away to the key men whose menu sugar and molasses just before bill to prohibit the seining'of :_!': -. THE OPEN DOOR ::
number corresponded with the numbers final separation. The Dixie fish in the southeastern portion of

taken from the capsules. Crystal corporation also displayed Lake Okeechobee is being preparedby :: ,,'. '" ::

M. E. VonMach was then intro- samples of refined sugar. Rep. Herbert D. Beck of Palm : -' .",

duced and he in turn acted as I Erection of. the exhibit was in Beach county for introduction dur- :-:- ::

master of ceremonies for the ex- I charge of A. E. Oliver and Jimmie ing the next session of the Legis : ,

cellent entertainment program. Edgar and Boyd Vorhees were in lature. :: Can afford close the door in =:
The first number on this pro- : charge of the' exhibit during the Purpose of the measure, as set you to :;:

gram was an excellent comedy skit.on period of the fair from Tuesday forth in the bill, is to create a :;_: the face of your friends for a consideration ::
the Mobile Sugar Hearing and until Saturday of last week.
breeding ground for black bass,
::. of less than 1 1Oc day? ;;:
presented Malcolm McCoy as .. crappie and bream. Mr. Beck said it per
circus barker and operator of the Boxing Bouts-' will apply only to that portion of X :
huge slide rule which answered all the lake where most of the sport f'I. ::,
In times of sickness
:: emergency, or
questions while C. J. Lovvorn read fishing is done. : :: -'

off the questions.The (Continued from page 1)the The bill will specifically prohibitthe ::::' death, the telephone is your nearest ::
next' number was by the Townsite Arena Monday night.A use of hand cast nets ,which t .",
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Eastern Division 'Harmony Choral number of good bouts were enjoyed have a spread of more than nine y: !

Club, twelve negroes, who sang two particularly those between feet; minnow nets over 50 feet I ::: 'i'

spirituals.The the youngsters.J. in length or four feet In depth :;:. Make an end to isolation by seeing :f
third number' was the fea- D., Duncan defeated James with a stretch mesh of more than-- .:. :
tureattraction of the program Donner in a fast and furious four- one inch, and fish traps more than :i: our manager today for telephone 1 :::

Joyce Lewis, ten-year-old ventrilo- round decision battle to start the seven feet long and having a diameter ':' service. ..
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quist, who gave an excellent per:: I ca 'd. They weighed 55 and 60 of more than 36 inches.It ;:i; I I "I'( .:.
formance with- her "Charlie McCar- pounds and both were Townsite will provide that no licenses X ?

thy". Joyce was given a nice applause youngsters. Leroy Jenkins, 83, won shall be paid for hook and line .A';. -:-:- ..' :i:

by the group and their interest a decision from Henry Ford, 80, fishing, the author said, and that ::: -., .:.
followed after the dinner was in a four rounder which was considered there shall be no closed season on :

over when she stopped in the lob- by some as the best fightof black bass, crappie, bream and cat- I :;=: INTER COUNTY TELEPHONE ::

by to give further demonstrations. the card. Earnest Cunningham, fish in that portion of the lake. y

Ventriloquism comes to her naturally 125, fought to r a draw with Battling Rep. Beck said he proposes to :;: & TELEGRAPH COMPANY: : j

and it 'was only six months ago Dallas, 125; Bama, Kid, 153 scored put teeth into the measure by providing I y t oI
that she first made an effort. in a technical 1 k. o. over Kid Jones inthe a minimum fine of $100 or y

this direction. third round of their bout and I a jail sentence of 60 days, with a I X

"The Judge's Dillema", was given Battling Black Jack\:, 162, won a fine of $500 or six months in jail !I mfliTIll A IIIIIIIIIIHII ;:' A II lllrmm } 1111Irmmtl ..;j111] Tm!:: f. W'"

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