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: June 21, 1940
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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EXTEND SUGAR ACT -:! ( .. ,T' :,:/:' 1' i i.t
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RY PRESIDENT IF APPROVED Being Continued : Arrive In State


. r : I Next WeekThe

bill to extend' the 1937!) Sugar The Red Crows drive for the war

Act for another year was passed I relief fuT'd is bring continued by r Reconstruction Finance Corporation -

by the House of Representatives R. L. Coker, who has raised more : following a joint meeting

Thursday without a roll call vote than $20C. for this purpose. The of the Everglades Drainage District

but contained an amendment which original quota of $200 was' doubled, Board, the Bondholders' Committee,

may..cause it to be vetoed by Presi- and it is hoped that all those who and Landowners' Committee, Io'

dent Roosevelt according to some Wave not contributed will give Washington last Thursday, agreed

authorities something to\vard putting Clewis tan
lo open' negotiations for a new loan
. The amendment, passed 135 to f r a. R :x \: i. ,t over the top in the* enlarged quota commitment to the drainage districton

,20' after a five-hour debate, would assignment.The the basis of improvements in

restrict the importation of refined fund is $138 short of the the district since 1938 when an

sugar, from Puerto Rico and Hawaiiin ,$400 quota assigned. The need original commitment was withdrawn. .

order that continental refiners for funds is so urgent, however, An appraiser is expected to arrive
would be assured of plenty of raw
that national Red Cross 'officials
in Florida from Washington next
to keep their plants in full, I
sugar are urging all chapters to disregard
week to begin a new appraisal, 'of
operation. The President is expected -
quota assirnm"ents'and to continueto the district to determine whether or
to veto the hill if passed by
raise all possible for this
cause. not the improvements justify mak:
the Senate in the same form
Another box of garments is to ing the loan.
The extension of the Sugar Act be prepared by the' Clewiston chap-
marketing quota The Washington meeting was ins'tigated -
will the
cause ter of the American Red Cross for
system to last until December 31, I by a group of interested
use of war refugees, and Mrs. F.
1941. The Senate is expected to landowners of the district who felt
Deane Duff chairman
: that no real progress could be madein
at ,
act on the measure once.
I I is requesting that those who can
The amendment was' offered by I the 'glades until the drainage
assist making these
Rep. McCormack of Massachusettsand e above picture of Jay W. Moran, popular vice-president and garments indebtedness is cleared up. They
volunteer for the work.
is designed to hold importations general manager of the United States Sugar Corporation and Mrs. arranged with the members of the

of refined sugar from Puerto Moran, now on a six-weeks tour of South America' was taken on There is sewing of various simple drainage district ,board to meet

Rico, to 126,033 short tons and from the Equator near Quito, Ecuador. "Contrary to popular belief", garments, knitting of sweaters and with the Bondholders'' Protective

Hawaii to 29,616 short tons. The Mrs. Moran writes in a letter accompanying the photo "it is quite crocheting of wool scarves. Those I Association Washington and

amendment was fought vigorouslyby cool here at this time of year and I wore a coat except while this who wish to volunteer are requested I several of the landowners attendedthe

delegate King' of Hawaii and picture was being taken"... Latitude 0 degrees 0' and 0" is inscribed' to contact Mrs. Duff or 1Irs.R'I i conference.

Resident Commissioner Bolivar on the monument. Y. Patterson. I At this meeting there was a gen-

Pagan of Puerto Rico who said it eral discussion of points of the

was vrong- in principle" to restrict i Local Man Burned district indebtedness, between the

manufacturing in any area under Present Engineer Work CLEWISTON STAYS I II representatives of the bondholdersand

the American flag. the board members :with several
Line ShockAndy
By High
Florida's Congressional delega- Will Be Continued officials of' RFC attending the meet-

tion opposed the bill as did that AT LEAGUE TOP ing as observers. The meeting was

of Louisiana on the ''ground that I held in the Hill Building in Wash-
Garrison, local painting contractor -
mainland producers do not get a Caiawan Nelson engineer in ington which is headquarters for
is confined to the Clewiston
fair share of the national quota. charge of the U. S. Engineer subofficeA4 i' WITH DOUBLE WIN the Drainage and Irrigation division. '
I Hospital :;recovering from severe .
'" Growers of these areas had hoped of RFC. At.- its conclusion H. C.
: J/. 'tats. | ,is v, ., I
"that the cC.. ld'r-expirflwilh"o, f Rorick: head of the 'bondholders'group ,
continuation the recent: ,veto, by'the President of Sunday was a fiell day for Hooky I from a contact with a high voltage '
i ,at this session of Congress I said that his clIents'would be
-' which' would. probably mean the livers and- Harbors bill would Avant, star hurler for the Clewis- line of the Florida Light and Power willing to consider any settlement

Its future ab ndo ment.Not' have no effect on' work now underway I ton baseball team, 'as he provedthe Company shortly after noon Wed which the board might be able to ,
of the theory nesday.Mr. .
fallacy popular
dol- "
on the CaloosahatcheeOkeechobee make under fifty cents on
: that 'a pitcher cannot hit as he Garrison was doing some
False-But Wrong project and on maintenance lar, as a cash settlement.,
pounded out two doubles and a painting at the new W. C. Prewitt
work on the'pioject.. The members of the board felt i
single in four appearances in the home east of (town and it was desired -
Fire Alarms Turned In The bill, he' explained, carries first game Sunday and batted in for some particular work to very jubilant over the success__pf .\.
I their trip following the decision of
only appropriations for new pro-
enough runs besides scoring two use an electrical buffer. Connectionshad l\1
the RFC to reconsider a loan and
posed work and any work himself to, win over Belle Glade not yet been, made between the
The Clewiston volunteer fire de- members returned
most of the
approved by ;Congress previously
61. He continued his effective house wiring and the power cornpany's
partment is anxious that those re- would go on as'scheduled. This ,home leaving J. E. Beaidsley; Clew
the with line but
slugging second game high every thing
porting fires in the future give the will mean the Completion of the iston member of the board there
another in two in Mr. Garrison
appearancesas was readiness so
location of such fires for failure to East Shore levee work and th3 for a few days to draw up necessary
left-fielder the local boys took and attempted to '
disastrous a long pole
do so sometimes has and new St. Lucie lock but will eli- information which the RFC request-
winning the nightcap 15-1. throw the switch and make the
embarrassing effects. minate any immediate work on ed. In this work he was assistedby
One day the first of the week a ,channel deepening and re-routing. Avant gave up eight safe hits, connection. He was, unable to do Attorneys R. E. Kurtz of Fort
fire was reported by telephone, the, issued four passes and struck out so and climbed the pole to reach :Myers and R. C. Alley 'and R. K.
Emergency repairs to the levee six batters faced him while the switch. In some way as he
alarm was sounded and the truck' Lewis of West Palm Beach. They
have been virtually completed leav threw the switch he made contact
was. rushed to the H. J. Oglesby his teammates were collecting 'I returned home by plane Monday
ing everything in readiness for the and
with the high voltage line said
home where the call was said to eleven hits off Williams for Belle night. 1
hurricane season. If no storms he knew he I
that the next thing
have been placed. No one there Glade. Indications are that a defeat Included in this data prepared !
occur before, September, Mr. Nelson in the hospital. The accident
knew anything about a fire and the might have been sustained by was for the RFC was a resolution' from
said, the east .shore levee will
boys concluded it was a false alarm the local team had it not been for occured shortly after noon. ,the board requesting a commitment,
be almost
and took the truck back to the city Avent'a batting. It was believed that his body fail- a resolution setting out security

hall. Just as they arrived there a Sandy Bell was the batting star ed to make the proper ground for for the loan, a trial balance as of

J passer-by informed them that an Large Bass Caught of the second game with four singlesin the full effect of the current and May 31, 1940 with explanations,

automobile was burning up at theA. five trips to the.plate. Clark, that his life was saved by his being the anticipated tax collections on

C. L. passenger station so they From Local Camp Avant and Roberts each got doubles. thrown backward from the pole instead the basis of the 1937 act, a brief

quickly went to the scene and extinguished Forbes struck out eight and gave of being caught, and held. His (Continued on Page 4)

the fire but only after up only six scattered hits. Clewistonhit fall was said"to have been some

the car had' been virtually destroyed. Summertime is fishing time and safely off Gre rs; offerings twenty feet but there were no Oil

The car was a 1936 Ford owned the bass in Lake Okeechobee are, twelve times but the eight errors broken bones. Worst burns were in Hendry County Men \

by Louis Wethington. cooperating nicely according to Bill made by'his teammates were responsible the palm of his right hand and on "

Johnson, genial manager of John- for most of the Clewiston top of the head.- Minor'burns were Ratify Tax Program

Dr. Picket. Talks On son's Fish Camp, who reports some runs and the one-sided score. found on face and arm. .

; very nice catches during the past In the ArM game Belle Glade Mrs. Garrison arrived Wednesday The Hendry County Oil Men's
week with an increasing numberof and from Lake City, Mich., where j
: County Health Work made three runs in the fifth Association, composed of wholesaleand
. .. large fish. one in the sixth; Clewiston made she has been on vacation for the retail dealers in petroleum and

Silas Adkins brought in, an eight three in the fourth, one in the past two months.Homeworkshop. other motorists supplies, met in

) Dr. W. H. Pickett of Jackson- and three-quarter pound bass Wednesday sixth and two in the eighth. In I Clewiston on Monday. The local

ville, made an interesting talk on afternoon which he has the second game Belle Glade scor- Club association, which is affiliated with

the work of the county health units, registered in the Western Auto's ed their lone run In the fifth and the Florida Petroleum Industries I

at a meeting held after- fishing contest and is the largest Clewiston scored three times in Elects New OfficersThe Committee, adopted a six point
Wednesday entered to date. Several others the first, twice in the third, four program setting out fair' principles

noon in the new school auditorium. weighing five and' six pounds have 'times in the fourth, four in the of taxation for oil men and motor-

; He outlined particularly work of been caught. (Continued on Page S) Clewiston Homewoikshop: ists. "As one of the most important

the tubercular clinics, the clinics Geo. F. Davis, J. !.'. Hancock, A. Club held its first meeting on Tuesday points in our program," said J. A.

<, : for venereal diseases, and pre-natal Boone and Jack Kinsey formed a Beardslcy Speaks At June 11, with the following McGehee, chairman of the local

"' clinics, describing the work done party out Thursday which brought present: association, "we are urging the
t, in other localities and pointing out in sixteen nice bass. E. L. Stewartand Kiwanis Meeting C adoption of a constitutional amendment -
B. H. Cuttino, A. W. Dodge,
.. the opportunities for the local unitwhich" C. E. Miner brought in a R. Gaskell D. S. Herbertson? H. in Florida to effectively prevent -
I was established only recently. string of eight and A. E. Oliver the continued diversion of
. J. E. Beardsley was the speakerat Turner, W. Woodard, B. E. Herr-
and 'G. Small six the same after- highway funds for nonhighway pur-
', the weekly meeting of the Kiwanis -
Dr. C. \\'. Pease, also of the noon. Visiting fisherman also did ing.D. I poses. -
. Club on Wednesday evening,
state ,health department was present well with T. H. Earle and W. E. detailed S. Hcrbertson was elected "Taxes currently paid by jnotor-
giving an interesting and
, ..' at the meeting, as were Miss' Wornig of Miami bringing in twelve account of his trip to Washington president and W. Woodaid secretaryand Ists would be more than adequateto
Elizabeth McCloud and G. A. and George R. Sims of New Port i treasurer of the organization.A. finance the construction and !
to discuss Everglades Drainage refunding -
Warren, local workers of the Richey 12; Frank Jennings of with the RFC. i S. Martin, P. tt: Smith, W. maintenance of highway," said Mr. rx

i'"_ Hendry-Highlands county unit. Bristow, Okla., had twelve ,and c. Mr. Beardsley gave''the Kiwaniansa II. Harmon,'A. O. Ward and II. A. McGehee "if such large sums of
The meeting was not as well at- E, Brooks of Miami 12. comprehensive outline of the Salinger have also expressed a desire money were'not diverted ito other

tended as it should have been due On Sunday Earl Tyer and Dick drainage district set-up at the present I to become members but were purposes. During 1938 the state'

probably to the Change in the hour Crawford of Bradenton brought in time and the plan now proposed unable 'to attend the 'first meeting.The collected $22.801,000 from the tax '

which- was made the day previous. nineteen the largest of which to refinance the indebtedness next meeting of the club of seven cents, per gallon ort gasoline -

i.I .. However, it is hoped ,that as the six through an RFC loan. 'He also I will be held in D. S. Herbertson's Fees for the registration,' of
r:,' work continues more people will weighed pounds. concluded his talk with some comments garage workshop Monday, June 24 motor vehicles accounted for an

'9i:' realize its advantages and more Most fishing is being done now relative to the Clewiston at S:00: p. m. additional $6,432,000, and special]

interest will be shown in these around Rock Reef and Observation Community house as proposed and Anyone 'interested in home craftsmanship fees upon motor carriers added an- ,

educational! m tinif. '. Island, '" -,. cost of annual upkeep is invited to attend (Continued on pas 8)'f

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Out 'Vocational': GradsNew SUNDAY |LessonBy QUESTIONS.

HAROLD L. LUNDQUJST. D. D. For whiter mashed potatoes or
W EA Nfi Education docs its school Dean of The Moody Bible Instituteof boiled rice add of
York City's Board of not confine high Chicago. a pinch creamof
R D EN students to the study of languages and mathematics. On the contrary fp''''3!';ed bv Western Newspaper Union.) tartar to the cooking water.

there is an 11-story building, right in the heart of the garment center, *
Washington, D. C. wherein high school students receive the vital training necessary to Lesson for June 23 Mix grated or chopped carrots

CHICAGO LINE-UPS those who would enter the trades. In the Central High School oj into apple and other fruit salads.
Speaker Bill Bankhead is in a They will add to delicious crunchi.ness. .
direful predicament.It's Needle Trades, every trade, from retail merchandising and selling, to Lesson and suBJects copyrighted and Scripture by International texts selected I .

a White House secret, but the hand-made shoe manufacturing, is taught to girls and boys later to follow > permission.Council of Religious Education: used by *

courtly mannered and able Ala- those pursuits in the commercial world. Always keep flour in a warm,

baman is the President's personal MALACHI DEMANDS HONESTY dry place. Damp flour will never
choice for keynoter at the Demo- GOD make light cakes and pies.

cratic convention-a high honor TOWARD *

much sought after by a number of LESSON TEXT-Malachi 3718. Never serve food in a dish that h,
big shot party leaders. At least GOLDEN TEXT-Bring ye all the tithes is too large for amount of food
half a dozen are pulling every pos- Into the storehouse, that there may be meat
in mine house and prove me how herewith, served. It detracts from the appearance
sible wire to land it. .J friiS1a saith the Lord of hosts if I will not open of your table.
But Bankhead, who can have it on you the windows of heaven and pour you out
a silver platter, doesn't know whether 4 : zr xy .a blessing, that there shall not be room
enough to receive it.-Malaehl 3:10. Favorite Star
he wants it'or not. .- Quilts
Reason for his dilemma is a
virulent case of vice presidentitis. Spiritually sick-and desperately Are Prize Winners
so-was Israel in the days of Mal-
Bankhead feels he is a strong sec-
achi. The nation had been
ond-place possibility and that the released
keynote speech customarily is made from captivity in Babylon and had
is candi- been back in their own land for
by a dignitary who not a
date. For him to 'accept the role, ptf wiiiMMiw. almost a century. The outburst of

therefore, would be an admissionthat religious enthusiasm which charac- {,..
he was out of the running. And terized their return had resulted in t 4 Irr

Bankhead is anything but that. He the rebuilding of the temple (Ezra

is very much in the vice presidential : 1:1-4). In this they were encouraged -
race. by Haggai, as we recall from

Roosevelt picked Bankhead be- .+.n... our lesson of last Sunday. ,They had
he liked the speaker's witty later been led by Nehemiah in renewed -
, speeches cause at the last two Jackson Above we see girls in the class of draping of original patterns and interest in spiritual things

:. day banquets. But while flattered, costume designing at work in that department. and in the rebuilding of the city

., the speaker is still undecided whether M MVA wall, but now again they had turned
, to accept the President's offer. away from God. Malachi came 1

s...:. Note-Roosevelt's choice for per- with what one might call God's last ,

manent chairman of the convention ,,r.y 'wa\nai,. ..! .,'/t.,4' C'w. ; ; ,', a word before judgment upon their
' a<'%!S '' w..C\ ,yyJllX4lf? r
:: :: ::o> h' ; is Senate Floor Leader Alben Bark- sins.I. .

k- ley, 1936 keynoter and also a vice Apostasy."Ye Pattern No. Z454

:' presidential hopeful, though not a have turned aside" (v. 7, CTAR patchwork! Synonymouswith
': very hot-and-bothered one. ThePresident's p R. V.). This was God's complaint this are three quilts which

V., choice for his floor manager against His people. In spite of His have been its consistently popular

r.." is brainy little Senator Jimmy blessings upon them, they had inter- representatives from early American -

f; Byrnes, assisted by Senators Minton married with the heathen, they had times right up to' the present.

of Indiana, Pepper of Florida, Lister dealt treacherously with their breth- Lone Star, Broken Star, Stars
F: Hill of Alabama and Mayor Ed ren, and had neglected to worship Upon Stars all'
', f'yf are equally lovely
.t. Kelly of Chicago. w God. What was even worse, they whether made in bright golden
::t felt no conviction about their sin
,shades of yellow and orange, or in .
r: HOOVER VS. LANDON and denied that they owed God any- the delicate colors of the rainbow. ,r.
'; Behind the bitter strug- thing not the debt of common b
scenes a ) N even And in this grand pattern, Z454,
i', gle is shaping up between Herbert gratitude. '15 cents, you receive cutting
:, Hoover and Alf Landon at the Philadelphia Read the insolent, self-confident
guides, color arrangements and
: assertions of the
convention. and
questions estimated yardages for all three.
k::' The ex-President is bent on writing .people in verses 7, 8, .13 and 14.
Let your scrap, bag assist, in the
t;.: into the platform an "endorse Think how perfectly they fit the atti-
making of star quilts-prize, win-
t..' ment" of his administration along tude of thousands of unbelievers and 'ning in design and beauty. Send
the lines of the one in the Glenn backslidden Christians in our day. order to

1; ;. Frank Program committee report. These two boys are engaged in the fur-working class, putting finish. II. Robbery. :

4',- Landon is not. flatly opposed to this, ing-touches to fur jackets. V Vocational tt.'o'rk.such as this,is of the greatest Illness commonly,habits center of ,

although?he considers it'unnecessary'and value in fitting students for jobs'a f'graduation. infection,* whether it"be physical- or -'AUNTl\IART A"' .,...
likely"to prove a campaign spiritual sickness. Malachi struckat Box 166-W Kansas City, Mo.
+ + "'' ps"'"'
handicap. ryr yavr M3tlY;a.af}):: '.;C':: a very vital point when he revealed Enclose 15 cents for 'each pattern

3 is to last- ............
But he prepared wage a :Sr.ii9: J r.Gv'aTa''f! : :y: that the heart of,Israel's difficulty desired. Pattern No

ditch fight for a liberal platform.He >' was dishonesty toward God., Name ...............................
aY ky+ J. ''
is determined to resist to the endHoover's 7a reflected itself in _Address .............................
plans for a platform to fit
4' his conservative views. 'Landon is spiritual things, but, since Malachiwas

against any blanket denunciation of talking to an arguing generation -
the New Deal. i (just like ours), he gave thema
concrete illustration of their deceit VQAi_ ..tr GET COlD CLOGGED NOSE'WORKING
Landon will be in ,
; a powerful posi- There retail .
are two had withheld from God the v ON 2"AGAIN"WITH DROP
tion to wage his battle. In additionto the 0J TREATMENT SELF-SPREADING,
the ground floor of c '" ;
tithes and offerings.Men .
leading a midwestern bloc of at / 0""V b k PENETRO NOSE DROPS
will school. In the stores stu- who would never cheat the
least 100 votes, he also be the >r
Kansas member on the resolutions dents receive training in telephone company out of a nickel ,

committee. that line of endeavor. Hereis ''will rob God consistently Sunday Future Ours

ix Note-In its original form the arrangement a women's wear shop in after Sunday by sanctimoniously Remember this also, and be well
under which Hoover will 4r' which a student-clerk sells slipping a thin dime into the collec- persuaded of its truth: The future ...

speak Tuesday night, the first ses- ta'r't : tion plate. If that is all a man can is not in the hands of Fate, but in

sion of the convention, also called 4 4' : LL student-goods. and should give, God will bless it ours.-Jules, Jusserand.
p n.q w nw +l and multiply it for His glory. 'But
for a speech by Landon. But this .
:: it does not befit who
was dropped when it was pointedout { certainly one
that as a delegate he can get lives in luxury to give God's work ."MIDDLE AGE" WOMEN
the floor any time. kl J y f the smallest piece of change whichhe Thousands have one

;; can decently slip into the plate. smiling thru this ''trying -

WILLKIE BOOSTER Tithing may be said to be an Old ::' Pinkham'sfamousforhelpingfemalefuna time" by taking

Remember the Liberty league Testament principle. Doubtless it fJ; : :: tional troubles. try it! A

.;.;- which crusaded against the New is also true that the principle of New : : : LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S .f

Deal in 1936? And remember Jouett Testament Christianity is that all VEGETABLE COMPOUNDEducation's ,

Shouse, its dapper head, who was a we have belongs ,to God, but often
crony of Al Smith and the duPonts? the one who hides behind that fact

& Well, Jouett is now the No. 1 Wash- does not give as much as the pe'opleof Aim

';' ington booster of Wendell Willkie. Old Testament times. Is that
Education has for its object the
-i ,, "Dewey will lead on the first bal- honest? formation of character.-Herbert
lot," he says, "but that will be his III. Judgment.God .

r high point. From then on he will is love, but that does not Spencer.

fade out of the picture. On the second mean that His patience is without

:. ballot, Taft will jump to the limit nor that He will forever with-

'" front. But he, too, won't have the hold judgment. He says, through HEADACHE?

: staying power; and on the third ballot Here the boys in the shoe-cutting department carve the making oj Malachi (v. 9), "Ye are cursed witha
Here is Amazing Relief of
Vandenberg will forge to the fore shoes from leather, by hand. These shoes later are sold in the retail curse." The blessing has been Conditions Due to Sluggish Bowels

ri" -for a moment. But that will shoot shops located on the ground floor of the school. withheld (v. 10)). The devourer is )tgl J If you think all laxatives
is his bolt. He won't have what it in the land (v. 11). He promised III.gm fjfJJU/1J act alike just try this "..
takes to make the and a"'II-" :<;IiJ' all vegetable laxative. '
grade :r them release and blessing if they
fe! 1 J .rte So mild thorough refreshing invigorating. De-
leaders will then turn to the'ne repented and returned to the right pendable relief from sIck headaches bilious spells f
{ man who has-Willkie. tired feeling when associated with constipation.
which obviously means
" way, / Kct a 2S<5 box of NR from your
: "On the fourth ballot Willkie will their failure to do so would bring Without Risk druggist. Make the test-then

:' I lead and" after that it will be a stam- judgment. We know that Israel if refund not delighted the purchase return the box to us. We will

_ pede. Lr. despised.God's warning and. to this price. That' fair. e
Shouse's explicit forecast should Get NR Tablets today.DeepRooted. '
day is paying for its sin. Will

;candidates-par- America be wise enough to heed
! God's call?
=, licly declared he will lead on the F Feelings
IV. Blessing.So .
i':' first ballot. It' also is interesting in often the loving God had to True friends appear less moved '.
view of the fact that Willkie is the
:,: than counterfeit.-Horace.
speak through His prophets of impending -
one dark horse who far hasn't
S: so a
sin but how
judgment on ,
r; single delegate pledged to him.
, gracious He is in that He always '
holds out the promise of blessing for rf'
t,, POLITICAL CHAFF repentance and obedience. Placed anywhere. Daisy Fly
Killer attracts and kills' files.PIc .
Thirty years ago, a young man in Guaranteed, effective. Neat
ti 1t Look at precious promise '
named James Mead came from oe k' |convenient-Cannot .epllll -
10. Thousands of Christians l WlllnotEoUorlDjureanythuur.
Buffalo to Washington to take a jobas verse /Lasts all eeason. 20o at aU
7 6 join the writer in saying, "That is dealers. Harold Somcrs Inc.,
a Capitol policeman. He was 160I>oKalbAve..B'klyiwN.Y.
true in A. D. 1940 just as it wasin
befriended by another policeman, 400 B. C." Read verses 11 and D/USflf KKLLER
James Reilly. Today Mead
a sen-
12. Note that our God is not onlya
ator, is trying to get a raise for 7 .
JaJ F great God, but a good God.
Reilly, now dean of doorkeepers. ;
I.' Airplanes have Consider the blessings of spiritual -Only.
brought a mos-
.' ,. ,. fellowship-the certainty of victory
quito from Africa to Brazil whichis .I7..NJG ++:wMtti..hd.v+G.
revealed in verses 16 and 17. One GOOD MERCHANDISECan
spreading malaria up and down'' In this picture we peek into the classroom where girls are taught marvels that Israel could resist sucha

the Amazon. Public health direc- to work on sewing machines. The advantages of such training can loving plea just as one wonders Be'CONSISTENTLY Advertised
tors that if
agree checked it
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Father and son had gone together ANOTHER.on variotlssubetts
s sWga to a bazaar where a pretty 'girl
'p7r 'v's was selling kisses in aid of local .
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t J ?5 s' *> .Vfjfc b3& l'J i\ "My boy," said fatherslyly,
"here's dollar bill. You go and 1. Who delivered the famous 1. Demosthenes (his orations

5r. kiss her. When 'I was young, you orations first called philippics? denouncing Philip Macedon).
; can bet I made 'em scream!' 2. What is the longest verse in 2. Longest, Esther 8:9.: Short-
The son left his father, and the Bible? The shortest? est, St. John 11:35.
shortly after returned in a high 3. For what people is,Suomi an- 3. Suomi is another name for the
state of satisfaction. other name? Finns. -

"Well, did you kiss her, Son?" 4.: What is the slop chest on a 4. The store of clothing, for issue
asked the father. merchant ship? to ,the crew.

S\ "Yes, 'you can bet I did, Dad," 5. In how many states are wom- 5. In 24 states and the Districtof
-C o,;;: r<;Ma''Si'+:y was the reply. en permitted to serve on juries? : Columbia women are permittedto

'.1' dk.ww } "And did. you make her 6. What is the term for a per- serve on juries.

!'II !' 'C'a\bR .i. .. scream?"' son who is always telling you his 6. The technical name is anhe-
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:; : dainty slices of an unusual bread 2 eggs (well beaten) inhabitants of Trobriand.Islands 'passions have an injusticeand them even when they appear :
/J':. are excellent for plain bread and Vz teaspoon vanilla extract southeast of New Guinea, an interest of their own, which most reasonable.-La Rochefou :

j'_ butter sandwiches. % cup coconut always have stiles before their renders it dangerous to obey cauld. 1,, : I
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An to they dig ,
I: assortment of dark and light Mix 1 cup flour with tablespoons .j
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pro- brown Cut in butter. Pat into
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Tea when P pan the islanders thus show a i For over 70 years grateful people all over the South have trusted ,
properly made, is one minutes in a mod-
of the most certain cunning, they are simple Wintersmith's Tonic for the relief of Malaria. To convince
invigorating drinks you erate oven (350
can serve. It is most important, degrees). Add folk in many ways. Some years YOU,we are offering this complete,761-page Holy Bible,FREE. -
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group, to measure the amount of I) remaining Vt cup ered that they should be vaccinated small cartons) to Wintersmith Chemical Co.,Inc.,Louisville,Ky.
tea used and to brew it just long flour and sift. but 'the sight of the instru-

enough and not too long in order to Beat eggs and ments terrified them. They were
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1 (Three to five minutes is generally ing 1% cups brown sugar, beating the islands, spreading disease
1 conceded to be just about right thoroughly.. Then add the flour and which would kill people by hun-
brewing time.) the vanilla extract. Spread this'mix dreds. The only protection against
Bishop's Bread. ture over the partially baked butter him was a government mark-
. (Makes 1 loaf) and flour mixture. Sprinkle with coconut two spots on one arm. Imme- <.
3 eggs return to oven, and continue diately the wizard'saw those spotshe Nodding in Doubt Doubt Materializes
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2 cups nut meats (broken) 2 teaspoons baking powder
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.1 Vi pound sweet semi-sweet % cup u r k'
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to 45 minutes.On WITH
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wax paper. Grease paper and pour v'NA tir -
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The Clewiston News I on our way. to get across the creek to town. We of the landowners possibility of I Throop. Landowners' Committee

Hotel Crillon.. waded through the creek where the collecting -taxes on state owned representatives and attorneys: R.

Santiago_ de Chile. water was about hip high and lands in the district, proposed C. Alley, H. T. Wallis, R. K. Lewisof

reached the town on the run. plans for refinancing and collectionof
Published every Friday In Clewlaton "We have been here in Santiago West Palm Beach R. E. Kurtz

Florida, by tho CLEWISTON NEWS since Tuesday. We leave at 8 When we got there the shootinghad delinquent- taxes etc., and although and W. H. Reynolds of Fort Myers 'a

Inc. Saturday morning for Buenos ceased and all the townspeople much of this data was pre- J. E. Frierson of Moore Haven R.

Aires if the weather permits. were assembled on a vacantlot pared hurriedly it showed a decided Y. Creech, Luther Jones, V;'. R.,

KEATHLEV DOWDEN, Editor in front of the bank building. familiarity of the board mem- Hooker of Belle Glade and W. A.
Santiago is located in a valley ber with conditions in, the 'glades.
participate in impromptu ceremoniesto Buckner of New York City.
surrounded by mountains whose
Entered as second class mall matter : welcome the return of peace.A The report showed that there was The Bondholder's Committee, H.

February 1, 1927. at the Post Office In peaks are covered with snow most two-horse wagon was pulled to practically no land reverted to the C. Rorick, J. R. Easton, both of
Clewlston Florida, under the Act or of the year. The population is
March 3. 1887.Sabeeription. a corner of the lot to serve as a state in Zone 1 under the MurphyAct Toledo Senator Grundy of Philadelphia -
it is quitea
1,200,000 know ,
so you rostrum for the dignitaries. Hymn only 15 % in Zone 2 and the and Wm. Roberts of New
city. The government is now
books were hurriedly brought from percentage increasing in the less York City were all present. RFC
Rote $2.00: Per Year. making rather drastic changes in
the two churches and distributed valuable lands of the other three observers at the joint meeting were
its plans for beautifying the city. I
Advertising Rate On Application. among the crowd. The owner of ones but it was stated that no Strong, Satterfield, Joyce and --
All the avenues and streets are
the drugstore gave a box of lemons great portion of this land close to Greeley.
being widened and many of the
Devoted to the advancement and welfare older buildings and landmarks are and a block -of Ice, and a barrel of drainage outlets would long remain
of Clewlston and Hendry County. lemonade was quickly made. under state control and that there
being taken down. It seems a
was no evidence of any wholesale IICAUIISG
Everything was going along just
shame in a way but it makes the --
lovely until they reached a point abandonment of lands in the dis ] Monday, July 1, 1940, at 4:30 P. M. h'
The almanac tells us that summer city so much cleaner and more I United States Eastern Standard Time
trict. Cancellation of state and :
8:37 this sanitary. So far, this is the most where it was necessary to decide I is fixed as the date and time when,
started at
officially have and who would be selected to make county taxes under the Murphy Act i. and the City Hall in the city of Clew-
progressive city seen
morning and from the temperatureat we the peace speech. Two of the, town's was said to., have had no effect on I iston Is designated as the place
where the Commission
it is very clean. .1 City snail holda
the present time we're not inclined leading citizens a couple of lawyers, Everglades Drainage taxes which public meeting for the purpose of
to argue about it. "There is a small mountain-or rushed forward and offered them- were on an equal dignity with state I considering and acting upon the' assessment -
roll, of
acting Board
hill 2,600 feet-right in the city.It as a
and county taxes. It showed that
selves. of Equalization, of hearing com-
is called San Cristobal and on 177,329 acres had been redeemedin plaints and receiving testimony a3
Encouraging that the RFC will The festivities had been gottenup
its peak is a huge statue of the to the value of any property, real or
consider a new loan to the Ever- so hurriedly that no one had Glades county by individuals personal, as fixed by the Tax Assessor,
glades Drainage District, for it is Virgin which canbe seen from all been given authority to say what under the Act, '105,970 in :Hendry and perfecting, reviewing and equalizing -
.beautiful the 1940 tax assessment.
sections of the city. It is a -
vital to all of us that some solu- should be done. So there was no 260,000 in Palm Beach, 250,000 in This notice dated this 15th
of Heras day of
sight and people speak
tion to this indebtedness problembe person to say which of the two Broward 165,000 in Dade and Monroe June, 1940.MALCOLM

worked out within a short time. dominating the city. opponents should be allowed to was smallest of the eleven coun- W. BIGG.
"Yesterday we went by train to Clerk,
vociferate on peace. Matters reached ties with 5,286. A total of 1,290-
Vina Del Mar and Valpariaso on City Commission, City of 10-
754 redeemed with
The appointment of Republicans an impasse. Neither of the acres was onlya Clewiston.
the coast. The town of Vina DP! rw'2t.
Frank Knox and William L. Stim- parties would yield to the other.In comparatively small'percentage June 21-28, 1940Clewiston
Mar is 'a lovely summer resort comparable -
son as Secretary of Navy and Secre [ an atmosphere surcharged with going back to the state. I
with Palm Beach and with
tary of War has upset the Republican the sweet sentiments of peace these I The board must petition for the
about the same season. The casino
party far worse than the actual I two wordy warriors began to snarl RFC loan under the Wilcox Municipal 9hzahapmaiz.
there is a huge building with a ..
war. and snap at each other. Their Bankruptcy Act which expires
gambling room which has 3.6 tables,
anger mounted as they argued. One June 30 unless a continuing act
I a ball room, bar dining room
Despite the need for fast action I of them had a mouth full of gold introduced by Congressman Pat
lounge and 'many porches. There is
on defense bills the House takes and silver-crowned teeth. When hip Cannon is soon acted upon by Con-
a lovely sunken garden.
time out to impose another Sugar anger rose to a white heat gress. No time is being lost in
Valparaiso is like any other port -
Act. It is done, no doubt to keep he bared this array of. teeth to having the attorney for the board,
city crowded 'dirty and unattrac '
the Latin countries of 'the new his opponent and 'produced a most John D. Kennedy of Fort Lauder-
tive. In and around this part of
world friendly to the U. S. but we ferocious aspect. dale, draw up a petition of bank-
Chile calla lilies grow wild. Theyare
believe bigger guns and more Finally, when they were just ruptcy to be presented to the court
tall and A
very large. very
soldiers would'be far more effective. about to set upon each other with before the possible expiration of
attractive flower here in Santiago
fists and the act. Bondholders have
feet a peace-loving citizen agreedto
I is the thistle which is almost as
'large intervened and suggested that bothof I put up 51 per cent of bonds for
as your dahlias dyed any
.* ..*. .* them make this suit required under the
N MjwMj NMj N Mj *J+Mj N:N M:N N N N:N:N:NN:N: color of the rainbow. They are a speech. This was as

very agreeable to each of them so
gorgeous. law.A
RAMBLINGS. "Give all our love and be sure they quit quarreling, shook hands federal court recently ruled

and have some grits cooked for us mounted the wagon, and began that taxes of the district were due

By B. B. when we get home. This food gets bellowing at the peace-crazy crowd.It and payable, under the Act' of 1925
is my devout hope that the for all v
tiresome after about a week. ".f years delinquent and that

.:.. :..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:+:..:..:.(..:. it. *" people celebrate of that America will continue to the 1937 Act which lowered assess- -
peace brought with ments was inoperative. On this

the blood of our boys in 1918 and basis suits for foreclosure on some

We have a guest columnist this I.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:. that they shall never again have of the best land in the district

week, in the unsuspecting personof occasion to welcome the
have already been filed by bond-
Virginia Moran who is enjoyinga peace. 9, !
FULLER'SFULMJNATIONS holders against the United States 404.
four-month's delayed honeymoon. I PYf
Sugar Corporation, the Phipps interests -

Having married the vicepresidentand R. F. C. Will- Brown Company ,and pos-
of the
general manager sugar
sibly others of the larger g1
corporation at the height (or' was landown-I
.1 fl' ers, of the 'glades.Attending .
it depth-remember the freeze?) By FULLEN WARREN (Continued from Page :
the Washington .meeting Federal'
of the sugar harvest Virginia
giving the effect of the '

to postpone her honeymoon until N:N:NN.N.N.11N.H:N.H.N:N:..:N.N N...N.N:N:N:.1.N:N:M: on land redemptions by,Murphy individualsand Act I were Mark:. R.Board members: Chairman -
Tennant H. L. Lyons
the summer when the cane can get by the I. I. Board, developmentsin George Chalker Thad Carlton andJ. Savings and LoanAssociation

along without her husband for sev- The horrible holocaust that is the 'glades since 1938 including E.
eral weeks. I I Beardsley, attorney John D.
now making a shambles of Europe those raising the -tax paying ability Kennedy and treasurer K. M.

The trip is a flight around South brings back memories of the ,world f

America and realizes a longcherished war. Many dates of the last world :ttt N N.M N M.... .....1 N N N N .....;..... .-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:IINNN:..:..:.;..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:IINIIMNNIINN: .... .
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wish of Jay's. Virginia has war stand out in bold relief but .:11i. .N.N.N.N.N.H.N. ...N.N.N.N.N.N.N....1..M..1.ti.1..1:.N.11:111. :.N.N:1:.N.11.N:N.N.1N. .N:N:N.11. :.:.N:-:N:N.N.N.N.N.N...:..:N1. .N.111.:.N:11.H:N..1i.:...:":1:.N.N.1:1:.N."!"*. I I.1
found time on a very busy scheduleto none with such hallowed prominence ._. 1t

write most interestingly of the as the day it ended, November ss yy

country to friends back home. So I 11. Through all the tides of AX AX

with Lucille Downs' permissionbut time no such joy has ever filled i' A *.
entirely without Virginia's :::;: :::
the hearts of mankind as on that ENJOY AN

knowledge-we are happy to pass fateful day of November. The cele- !! 1

along bits of her letters to Mrs. brations of that historic day were YXXX i "

Downs. attended by occurrences that had i : II
By way of explanation it should probably never before taken placein t ',.: : .. ALL ELECTRIC '. ''J., ; ...
be mentioned that Mrs. Downs' made all the long history of the human :: '( < :' ,;: y.i..t.

one singular request of Virginia be- race. :; "

fore she left: "There's only one The annals of humanity, affordno U ;;. ;'uHOME; c<'"' C 44AX I

thing I want you to do for me while such peculiar paradox of peaceas ". : .' '' '. .".

you are gone. I want you to spiton that which occurred over in 0,0:. } ',-.. ':,.f-. '' .....<.:', ', .-- ,. ..' .',," ::::
the equator for me." So by air Blountstown, November 11, 1918.It ::::t: I &

mail last week came a letter en- has been 22 years since this .t..:. t.

closing a picture of Virginia com- bizarre incident unfolded itself be- : 8

plying with Lucille's, request. fore my startled eyes and my amaz- :;: : Electricity is the modern servant; a servant that :;::: -'

ed but it made such th $
Gran Hotel Bolivar. ears an indelible -

Lima Peru. impression on me that I :;::;: takes care of both the work and the pleasures of the :I::t: I

"I have enclosed a picture takenof remember it as though it had just :t::t;: home and one that will do everything: quickly efficiently .i..t.
taken 'If ::
place. you don't mind I .t.. ::
me spitting on the Equator for
you. Just wanted proof that f will tell you' about it. :&: and economically. >, :;:::

Early the of ,
on morning Novem- IXY
kept my word. The other picture

taken at the' same spot shows the ber crossed 11, 1918 the creek my brother in front, Joe of, andI our Y i 9 One-penny will toast 26 crunchy slices of toast, or :;::i:

latitude O 0' 0". I
had a coat on t .f..t.
house and went over to a neighbor's :tt: give two hours of safe
but took it off for these pictures. your eyes reading light or operate :;:::

Contrary to popular belief it is field, to plow in a few acres :;::;:
radio 'for of ;
your most day-and-ELECTRICITY is ;
quite coolon this part of the of oats tor him. We were to be 1 a ::::

:. \ equator all year. paid a dollar a day and dinner for :::: one thing that gets cheaper the more 0 f.it that you use. .t..t.
- our labor. I assisted Joe by sitt- X4 AYAX
. "We are leaving .Lima in a
:' couple of hours for Santiago, Chile. ing on a rail fence ill the shade ofa :::;: 9 ::
= tree and telling him how well he That is why it is so easy to have and enjoy a home : f
! stay here has been nice, but .t..t.
i. we will both be glad to leave. was getting along with his plowing ++ that is all electric and modern. :.s':";
each time he came to the end ofa \... 435
t there is considerable damage here xx
' row. Also when ,he got hot and : AX
; from the recent quake. The town
1'. thirsty I fetched him a gourd of xx YYAA 4*
of Chorrilos only 7 miles away
well-water. We were proceedingin
was completely destroyed. Only 6 X ... t

:K',.. houses are left inhabitable. It is 11 o'clock this fasion we heard when a lot along of shoot-about :'iELECTRICITY::: IS YOUR CHEAPEST SERVANT YTXX

terribly depressing to see so A'tA'A1
f many
ing and shouting across the creekin ....t.
,t homeless and sad over the loss of town. At first we thought it ; ...:.

L their still being loved found.ones. The dead are was just another of the lynchings ::i: USE IT EXTRAVAGANTLY. :

that occurred so frequently in thai

l "It is winter time here in Lima. section back in those days. But !! .t..t.

, The sun shines but rarely for five when the shooting continued for .' .....

"" ,months. It is very damp, as it is some time we realized that it was A'YAY \ M.f..t.

located in a valley and the clouds ....
too long and drawn out to Le -
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hang low over the city. I am sure lynching.At AUV AA
, I would not like 8 A xYA
: to live here for this point the wfe of the
;: very long. f
I man we were working for rushedout

; : "Saturday night Jay and I were into the field and shouted "The iiS

CT., awakened about 2 o'clock by at" war is ended." I jumped off the AY_ Glades Power and light Co. YA t A

; tremor. The windows rattled and fence threw my gourd and water YA

: : our beds trembled for about 3 bucket into the air. Joe left the !! n

,:'t seconds. We were naturally mule and plow standing in the %$'

,-, frightened and learned the next day middle of the field. We both "lita A I YAA

that it had been felt all over town rag" for. town where all the noise .......;.. .'.tC "
"but no apparent damage done. So was going on. \t'o didn't. take '
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Carol Redish, who is employedat Local Couples Are FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH J BEACH PARTY ,

Okeechobee, spent the week-end The Friendly Church

.l[ PersonalsMrs. 1 with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. Married In Double REV H. G. McLcROY- Pastor Miss Elizabeth Draughn of Moore
C. Redish. Haven, Miss!' Barbara Morrison, Miss
Wedding SaturdayMrs. Sunday school 9:45 a. m., B. Roberta Spicer, Bob Beardsley, Bill

Mrs. D. M. Draughn, Miss E. Herring, superintendent.' and Dick Owen enjoyed a beach

Ellza-I Morning worsnip 11:00 a. m. ,party at Lake Worth Thursday.
beth 'and Mary Ann Draughn of
C. J. Gonterman spent the
Cora Mae Brantley Jackson and 8:00 p. m. sermon by pastor.
Moore Haven were Clewiston visitors -
week-cnd in St. Petersburg. and Louis W. Wethington were Training Union worship meets FOR SALE-Two felt double-bed

Tuesday. married in G:45 p. m., Arch Hodges dlr ctcr. .
Saturday night a wedding !mattresses. Phone 103 or. see
W. 11. Triueur, Havana, was a '
v ceremony which also united in Evening worship, 8:00 p. rn. Mrs Augur. Government
visitor here Monday.Mrs. Mrs C. H. Berner, Bob and ,Reservation. -
, .
sermon by pastor.Intermediate
marriage Miss Eloise Marsh andR. .
Carline Berner, Jo Anne Crouch,
G. A's. meet Mon-
John Elmore was a business Mr. and Mrs. G. McDuffie- were E. Harris. Both couples, are :
day 2:30 p. m. at the church. MOTOISHOAT FOR SALH
visitor in Fort Myers Monday.Mrs. residents of Clewiston.
shopping inest Palm Beach Sat- I Sunbeams meet at the church
The ceremony was performed'in One-16 ft.
urday. Monday 3:30. Dodge Boat with 15 _
Otto Larsen visitor ,
was a LaBelle at eight o'clock ,Saturday HP. Marine Engine both
Junior in A-l
Monday in Fort G. A's. meet at the church '
Myers. Mrs. L.' R. Oliphant left yesterday evening by County Judge W. T. Wednesday at 3:30 p. m.. at the condition.-Carl V. Rain, Box 452, ;

\> Mr. and Mrs. Ed Colyer and for her home in Marietta, Ga., after Maddox. Mrs. Wethington wore a church. l Clewiston, Florida. It.",

.. daughter, June, spent the week- visiting her daughter, Mrs. R. C. blue net dress with white accessories W. M. 'S. Executive Committeewill

end in Tampa. Wilson, and 111'Wilson for two and a mixed corsage, and meet Monday at (8:00: p, m. Johnson's Fish Camp
Mrs.. with Mrs. A. R. Droadfoot.The I
weeks. Harris wore eggshell crepe
Mrs. Lawton Mock, Lake Placid, monthly W. M", S. business I (Near Hurricane Gate)
with white accessories and a small ,
visited Mrs G. Collins and Miss Mrs. E. L. Stewart, Mrs. J. A. meeting will be held at 3:30 Tues- Clewiston, :Fla.
Hortense Collins Monday. corsage of mixed flowers. '_
day at the church. Hostesses will
McGehee and Mrs. Robert Harri- Boats and l\Iotors-Guide Service
Mrs. Wethington is the daughterof be Mrs. Alex McGowen and Mrs.
Mrs. \W F. Mrs. J. F. son were visitors Tuesday in Punta i Rates Reasonable
Simpson, Mr.and Mrs. J. B. Brantley and L. C. Miller.Midweek .
Curry and Mrs. C. L. Downs were Gorda. Mrs. McGehee attended a W. II. Johnson, Mgr.
I has lived in Clewiston for severalI services Wednesday
visitors Friday in Fort Myers. district welfare board meeting
I 8:00: p. m. at the church.
years. She has been employed at
R. A.'s. meet Tuesday 7:30 p. m.
Keathley Bowden' left Wednesdayfor I Harvey Roberts, of the U. S. I the Clewiston Inn for three years. at the church. J. M. COUSE ,"
Western North Carolina for a Geological 'Survey spent several Her husband is the son of Mr. and

vacation of several ,weeks days 'over the week-end in New Mrs. L. W. Wethington, of Moultrie, Counselor and Attorney at Law
do.? York City on business. He made Ga. He is associated with his Hopkins Building
Wednesdays and Saturdays
Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Lovvorn spent the trip by plane. 1! brother-in-law, Richard Small, a
0:30 to 4:00
Sunday in Okeechobee with their I painting contractor.Mrs. KENT PENDLETON, Minister

parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Lovvorn. W. B. Durst and Bill Everett of Harris is the daughter ofMr The Bible School meets at .9 : 45 Glasses Scientifically Broken LCIIMCH
Gainesville are the guests for a Mrs.. Fitted and Repaired Duplicated
and Claude Marsh who
I a. m. with B. C. Flaniken supt. DR. F. D. GUDBAUROptometrist
Miss Kunelle McGehee left Sunday few days of their son and uncle E. moved to Clewiston last year from '

for Monte Verde to attend a I WV Durst and family. They are Brooksville. She was a junior in The Worship hour is at 11:00: a. Phone IDS 5 Collier Arcade '-

summer camp for six weeks. en route to Key West. High School this year. Mr. Harris' m.., James E. Beardsley is the choir Fort MycrH, Florida
Successor to K. H.
parents are Mr. and Mrs. J. C. director and Mrs. J. H. Doty is Oakley
, Misses Frances and Miriam Ad- Charles Smith, Avon Park, is Harris; of Clewiston. He is em- I pianist. '

q kins of Moore Haven were visitorsin spending the summer here with ployed by the corporation.Both ..
sugar The sermon theme will be: "The .MECHANICAL, STRUCTURAL
Clewiston Tuesday. his aunt, Mrs. E. E. Kelly. He is "
Great Commission. ARCIHTECTURAL
couples will reside in Clew- DESIGNS
employed at the Clewiston Motor
iston. The C. E. Society will meet Maps Estimates
on -
Mrs.; T. B. 'Shelley of Miami I Company.
Monday at 7:30 p. m. Lee Pridgen JOHN H. DOTY
visited her father, E. E. Kelly, and
M RS. R. E. HARRIS HONORED president and leader.
Mrs. Kelly this week. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Wiandt drove program Engineering Consultant
to Tampa Sunday, accompanying SHOWER The Junior Choir meets on Wed-
Hopkins Bldg. Clewiston, Fla.
Mrs. R. C. Wilson and Mrs. L. I their son, Louis Leiter, who entered Miss Julia Anne Oglesby entertained nesday at 9:45: a. m.

R. Oliphant were Tuesday visitorsin summer school for a six yesterday afternoon with a .

Miami. weeks' course. miscellaneous shower complementing -
I "
Mrs. R. E. Harris, who before '
' Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Couse of i' Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Arey re her marriage Saturday was 1IissEloise Safety of q

Moore Haven were guests of friends turned ''Sunday from a two weeks' Marsh. Q SAFETY Q
b.' here Saturday evening.B. j i motor trip North. They visited Rummy was played during the Each Account 4 INVESTMENT OF YOUR !

i the World's Fair in New York City afternoon and prizes 'were won by1Iisses ..dividends Included- w
H. Cuttino was, a business I and spent a few days in the Maine '
Leah Richaud, 1IargaretVon INSURED( lltt r4 1
visitor in Fort Myers on Wednesdayof
Florence Graham.
this week. UP TO $5,000 l u l l y
Mrs. W. C. Nail, Billy'and Miriam Molded jello with whipped cream, UP TO
Dave Herbertson spent Tuesday Nail and Peggy ''Stalls of Moore individual cakes and iced drinks by an Instrumentality! GQ 35000. Q-

and Wednesday in West Palm Beachon Haven were guests of Mrs. R. P. were served. of the ONCE Cu eOUnited

business.: Wainwright and daughter, Mitchell The guests were Mrs. Harris; StatesGovernment

Saturday. The visitors were cele Misses Martha Nell Alston, MargaretVon

; Henry Salinger was a business brating Mitchell's second birthday.Mr. Mach, FlorenceGraham, Iva 0

visitor in West Palm Beach Tues- Lee Graham, Maxine Doty, Lee

"day. and Urs. Frank M. Rodriguezand Pridgen, Edythe Nell Cornette,

j daughter, Shirley Ruth, havd Audrey Mclaughlin, Renee Wethe Under strict Federal

W. H. Lanier, Ken: Swayne returned from Gretna, Louisiana. ington and Leah Richaud.
I I I i !
J.. C. Rosenberg were fishing at Shirley Ruth, who is attending the Offering

Fort Myers Beach Sunday. Gretna schools, will, spend the sum ;MRS. ELMOKE ENTERTAINSHER a safe investment "',

mer here with her parents. BRIDGE CLUB AVEDNESDAYMrs. < ,
Dr. O. F.. Schiffli is expected to I with liberal dividends. \
return Monday from a vacation tripto I C. E. Miner accompanied Repre .' John Elmore was hostessto

Highlands, N. C. sentative E. L. Stewart to Dade members of her bridge club No repurchase or ';

City over the week-e 'd.. Mr. Stewart I Wednesday afternoon., Mrs. Harry I withdrawal feescharged. ',

:Miss Marie Robbins is spendinga attended the meeting' of legislative Knight won a Fostoria sugar and

,few weeks with relatives in Mc- nominees which tentatively chose creamer for first prize and Mrs. .

Lane, Virginia. Dan McCarty of Fort Pierce, as R. M. -Hare jr.Von a Fostoria

the next speaker. I butter dish as second prize. An

Miss Evelyn Hare is spending a ash tray, as traveling prize, was
two weeks' vacation visiting her Rev. and Mrs. Kent Pendleton, also won by Mrs. Hare. "

grandparents in Rock Hill, S. C. Miss Elizabeth Whiteman and W. 'ShrImp salad and an- iced drink Clewiston Federal
Savings : ,/
G. Watt were in West Palm Beach were served by Mrs. Elmore to

Mr.: and Mrs. E. W. Ullendahland Thursday attending a district meeting Mrs. W. W. Perry, Mrs. G. H.I I

Gertrude Ullendahl left Sundayfor of Churches of Christ. TheRe Small, Mrs.Roy Alston, Mrs. Hare, !
and Loan
a vacation visit with friends \\ Pendleton was one of the Mrs. A. C. Carlton, Mrs. Knight: Association '}

and relatives in New York. speakers at the meeting.. and Mrs. Glen Etherton.
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J M. E. Von Mach, his daughter Mrs. L. ,C. Rosenberg and son MRS. LANIER HOSTESS AT .......................................,.....................<................................", ,...,.............................................,............. '
Sue and son, Edward, left the first will return Sunday from a visit of WEDNESDAY BRIDGE CLUB II. .11 d
of. the week for Detroit to spend a two weeks with relatives in Savan .

few weeks vacation. nah. Her sister Miss Sybil Farrow Mrs. W. H. Lanier entertained 4 i

will return home with her for a the Wednesday afternoon bridge' ) 1

Mrs. Leah Spicer, Miss Roberta few weeks' visit. Mr. Rosenberg club at her home this week. A :I, HL

Spicer, Miss Marion Leydig and Miss 'will meet them in Titusville. sandwich plate was awarded Mrs.

Florence Graham were visitors Saturday D. G.' Alston for .
high score prize,
in Fort Myers. I Mrs. Blanche Turner returned and a pair of guest towels was CLEWISTON 60Lf I if iff t

Sunday I from High Springs, whereshe awarded Mrs. Keathley Bowden for : ,
C. V. Parkinson and B. J. Schroeder was called last week by the cut prize. ,

were business visitors in Birmingham I illness and subsequent death of Sandwiches, olives, and an iced j I f r' ::

for a few days the first of her father, G. L. Churchwell drink were served 'by the hostess .i'. ',"' : COURSE : .," ,; .,:J..

the week. Charles Turner, who accompaniedher to Mrs. Alston, Mis. Bowden, )\Irs.T. :' ; .-
remained in High Springs for B. Shelley of Miami, Mrs. ,L. C. :;: ;; : :2:

Mr. and Mrs. Carawan Nelson are the summer. Miller, Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, Mrs. H. + \1. I .t. .'
leaving, this morning for few R. Hall .s' I ..:.
yn< Mrs. G. B. Thomas'and '.' I ..
- weeks' visit with relatives in Mobile, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Graham haveas Mrs. Carl Johnson. ..i' I .t.
Ala. .' .. .f.
their guests Mr. Graham's .i' I ..

brother, W. I. Graham, and his SWIMMING PARTY AND PICNIC .s' I. I'.!.' I
The Rev. and Mrs. Kent Pendle- wife and children, Iva Lee, Juhe GIVEN SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASS .f.t' I' .::.

ton have as their guest Mrs. Pendle- and Billy, of Waycross, Ga. On _
ton's brother, W. G. Watt, of Welington Sunday the
- two families and Miss Miss Betty Spicer's Sunday Schools

Ohio.T. Roberta Spicer visited Mr. and Mr Class of the Community Church en-.

William Johnson In, Canal Point. joyed a swimming party and picnicat f to the Public ] i i's.
J. Reilley, state road department LaBelle Saturday afternoon. The [ Open

patrolman stationed in Cleviston vDirs.. Robert Harrison left yesterday =: party drove over and had a swim in ,

left Sunday for a two weeks' for her home in Albany, Ga., the pool at the Everett Hotel, and Y -
stay in Washington, D. C. after visiting her aunts, Mrs. Elbert later had their picnic at the clay y 2is

Stewart and Miss Ollie Moormanand pit just outside LaBelle. y iss is-
Mrs. J. R. Deadwyler and daughter her brother, Jack Moorman. I 'Making the trip were Mauryne ft' J

Janice, of Dclray Beach, are Prewitt, Mary Carlisle, Ogie Arnette, .s''t' J.
: %
visiting: the former's parents. Mr. Mr. and 'Mrs. Don Carlisle of Elizabeth Whiteman and Marianne .t: I -- 1..
and Mrs I. S. X t
Bell. Canal Point
were week-end guestsof Jones. The girls were accompanied

: friends in Clewiston.. by Miss Spicer, and Sandy Bell. f
Mr. and Mrs. J. Fred Morrison y
"'and Miss Barbara -- :;: Moderate Green Fees :i=
have Dr. W. II. Pickett and Dr. C, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Tippey accompanied '
'returned from a visit with relatives W. Pease, Jacksonville, 'of the state their daughter, Mrs. Zerney :2 '
in Jersey Shores, Penn.f t' Exceptional Fairways f i
; : department and Miss Elizabeth Meredith and her daughter, Patricia, : I :
J. McCloud and G. A. Warren, to Jacksonville and Orlando this '
.,; Mrs. R. P. Wainwright and of .LaBelle of Interesting Greens 11
: the Hendry county week. Mrs. Meredith and Patricia ':;: :
daughter, Mitchell
and Miss Beth health unit, were in
Clewiston Wednesday arc remaining for a few weeks'
;.,Nall spent Sunday In Moore Haven to conduct a meeting at visit with Mr. Meredith in Orlando "

:with W. F. NaIl sr. the school Building.:) and with relatives. in Jacksonville. .......OC.v.P...H!.._'...H.._. .......!....i.tt",_tt"ttFRIDAY ....!.Vf.'!.....H!.."...._"...Tt.70.... ..!_..N......N.... ........N.N.. .!....!N.N..N.N"'.....!f...ti."""...

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two keys to a cabinI I .I THE h.d CHEERFUL good times CHERUB. y

I I IpY LID A L A RMAcL SMITH tFtlWTT, SERVICE t I.whet like. the was child 3im.ll.I

don't expect to locate in New He turned when she spoke, glancing used to be. .
CHAPTER VII- ," John said, a little startled at at her, looked out and down Im
-11- question. through the window again. sorry yearskeep

deal"Mother of happiness gave my while father she was a great his aren't you going to practice "Manhattan is an island, isn't it?" piling up

wife, the Major, too, I suppose, ?" the girl in red asked. "We he said in a detached, distant voice. And "cA L EnDAq,
them little. assumed that you were." "I've never been able to believe it. ..
though I was with very
- Robert adores her." Gay changedher 'naturally'?" John asked But seeing" water down under tha separ?tin

position and laughed. "How sol- but with the uncomfortable windows- Turn fromme
emn we're being! We weren't solemn that he was being deliberate-' "John" Her breath caught in

today. Did you enjoy seeing her throat. He looked so unapproach. ,.
New York in a snowstorm?" Gay's connections are here. able standing there with his backto I\.C .

"I enjoy being with you whereveryou thought-That's very disappoint- the room, in darkness, now, except

are, though 'enjoy' is much too The girl in red gave a ripple for the blue and silver dazzleof \,.-
polite a word." laughter 'which held, John the Christmas tree, the restrained WNU Service.

"Those first few days at the cabin some confusion. "I was glow of the birch-log fire. She
to develop chronic ail- slipped her hand into the pocket
-We were so polite to each other. a
"I can barely remember. I wish After all, one must be loyal where his was thrust, laid her cheek
.!I friends." against his arm.
we were there now. "It must be colder," he said steadily CLASSIFIEDDEPARTMENT
; "So do I. Thinking of the woods appreciate your interest, John -
!r'' In a snow-storm makes all this "but I shouldn't have a private "The snow isn't melting. Seeit
like doesn't it? in any event." on the deck of that scow there tinder -
seem a stage-setting, "
,. Do you remember when you asked Houghton is a scientist, dar- the light.
: me if I would love you when we ," Tory Wales said speaking "John-Darling-! I"know whatyou're

were together in New York?" him to the girl in red. thinking. Don't!

r "Yes-" He held her closer. "I very interesting." The He looked at her then and she saw AGENTSBIG

.;:' was afraid to come." lowered his glass to look the unhappiness in his eyes. His r
lips moved as though he meant to
"But aren't afraid now. .
you r
v,.: "No. But I can't believe it's true." working with a founda- speak but no sound came. MONEY CSELLING TO.
"Dear, dear!" She lifted her head you "John," she said quietly, "look at ,
? the boy in the tweed suit Cosmetics Medicines Household Articles.
i. from his shoulder and, smiling, drew me. No experience needed.We tell you how.
\:., an exaggerated sigh. "Convincing He turned, silent, unsmiling, waiting Pleasant.Fast selling Easy.wonderful agents proposition.

i: you is certainly up-hill work. You'rethe so impressive."Just I'm John for her to continue. Write for Plan and FREE Samples
;: most obstinate person I know." briefly. now as- "Have you changed your mind?" .KEYSTONE the Old Reliable Co.
. "I guess you're right. I loved you she asked steadily. ,"Are you tryingto
:.. pretty stubbornly for six years." tell meHer voice faltered,

l;'. "It has its advantages, hasn't it?" 'Sr trembled, was stilled. PHOTOFINISHING1.j

.!. She looked at him gravely, her eyes "Oh Gay, no!" He made a despairing -
soft and bright. "I love you," she y gesture. "I'm trying to see DOUBLE-SIZE !
: said. to this thing clearly. We can't rush 8 xp.roll developed, ;
He drew her close to him. "I into it blindly." 1-l \ I 16 dal.enica exp.40c;reprints.Send negative 3c each Ono-for

'.:. love you," he said, his lips against "Can't we be comfortable, at free.r.sample.Box 118-B Hallway,Evan.lIIalnd.Photoflnbh -
her cheek. least," she said wearily.He .
,; At a repeated sound from behind followed her to the davenport

;: them, Gay drew away somewhat before the fire, sat at a little distance Believe in Yourself
h. hastily. John, too, turned. The from her."Cigarette Every man's got power enoughIn
I: Japanese house-boy, his face discreetly ?" she asked. himself to ride heaven and
? stood just in- earth and all if
expressionless, eternity he only
"Thank you. He struck a matchto
?' side the room. believed he'd got it! Ride your
light hers. As he bent toward her,
;" "What is it, Suki?" Gay asked."Comp'ny scruples, man-ride 'em, drive
she that his had
saw expression
F:" come, please. Gentle- 'em-send 'em scuttling. Believe tIo
softened. "You're tired
he said
:" : man, ladies call up from below. Say in yourself and stick to it.-Cour- ''

0:. send down elevator, please." 1 I gently."A age!-Hugh Walpole.
> "Good-Heavens!" She looked at
l=.' him in dismay. "I might have knownI He did not touch her, though she
.t:._ should have told them we were willed him to with all her strength. OUTSTANDING BLADE VALUE
i.. going out to the country." When his cigarette was lit, he sat 10 for 10 CentsCUPPLES
f r "Tell them now." 1I back against the upholstery. "I don't CO., ST. LOUIS, MO.

f;:' She shook her head. "Who is it, wonder," he said bitterly. "You've
c',:c' Suki?" to I carried me on your shoulders all School of Patience

f "Miss Wales. Mrs. Howard. Lady evening" and I'm a pretty heavy No school is more necessary to

t' not say gentleman's:name." load. children than patience, because ..<.:.,
"Send the elevator down." I "Don't be an idiot, darling." either the will must be broken in

;. The house-boy bowed himself out "You watched me, you 'watched childhood or the heart in old age.
,I. of the room. She turned to John. your friends, as though you were -Richter.
Her face cleared. She laughed. "You afraid"
: look frightened." "I was afraid."
"I'm terrified. or say somethingthat
Houghton""I the surface, at least, it was ::::3 ct THEIR FIRST THOUGHT FOR
t': "If I refused to let them meet you, all very friendly. would humiliate you? :;=: : BP1 COLDS DISCOMFORTS.
r they'd think you weren't presenta-' "No, John. That they would try to JL- ST.JOSEPH ASPIRIN

'b- ble. I want them to meet you. I'm t"I a physician in Portland. Gen- make you feel uncomfortable, an JIU\\
""t proud of you. You ''look grand in practice. I'm hoping-" outsider, someone who didn't be-

p:-. evening clothes. You ought to wear girl in red interrupted with a long." ... Home HappinessTo
them always." for a cigarette. John felt He turned to her, puzzled. be happy at home is the ulti-

:.. "I might get a job as a waiter." p irritated and relieved. He didn't "Deliberately?" he asked. mate result of all ambition.Samuel -

y', He caught her hand. "I'won't know to talk of his work, especially, She nodded."I Johnson.
I r what to say to them." that was preferable to more sensed something of the sort."

.:"'" "Idiot! What do you say to me?" references. In the flurry of "You can't understand it, I sup-

,; '" "I tell you I love you." the girl at his right with a pose." fur
i Her brows lifted. "You can omit he glanced toward the "I'm trying. I've been trying all

',. that. Don't be frightened. They'rereally at the piano. Gay turned, as evening." He crushed out his ciga-
: quite harmless." rette.IIIt's the assurance that
started across the room
(. "If you would coach me a little-" in Janice Howard. The others fol wealth gives, I suppose. These
' friends ,of yours who were here tonight
; "Oh, John! She kissed him, but "

absently, he thought. Her expres- and Rickey think they must I /
sion was thoughtful, a little apprehensive Gay said, coming up to the "They can be loyal, too," she said -laaJ '.

I': as she pulled him up from quickly, more defensively than she \.
.' the davenport, as they walked knew. "It would have been loyaltyto
needn't, Tory Janice How-
through soft glow of concealed lighting I Todd if they'd been unpleasant ".
said. "We call cab. But
c can a v
through the frosty glitter of the the festivi- to you, tonight.
to join family
Christmas tree toward the door to "But what about you, and yom
? greet her friends. tomorrow." steps must be taken cousin?" due to Constipation//

"HeIShe was silent. Dr. Hitchcock's All-Vegetable
t CHAPTER VIII I must go too, Tommy." Ellen (TO BE CONTINUED) Laxative Powder an Intestinal
. rose. "We're meeting the tonic-laxative-actually tones lazy
train in from Chicago. bowel muscles. It helps relieve
; The last record in the electric and Ned are arriving, Gay. 'Sixth Sense' Governs that sluggish feeling. 15 doses for
;' Victrola whirred to a stop. John in the only 10 cents. Large family size 25
' we'll see you country
" led the small vivacious brunette with a ." Guesswork AccuracyA cents. At all druggists.
whom he had been dancing to the
want to see Francie and Ned. sixth sense-extrasensory per-
davenport facing the fire where he
to certain
they bringing the babies? ception-governs a degreethe
had sat with Gay.
of guesswork, tests
"You're wonderful yes. We're driving them out
a dancer, she
conducted by Columbia university
the country tonight. The roads
said, settling herself in a swirl of psychologists indicate.
scarlet chiffon. fairly clear. Todd phoned- WNU-7 25-40 (
"You sound surprised" John stopped and her soft color deep- The research workers, after con-

_/ smiled. "We aborigines who live in ducting a series of 1,000 tests with Not on the Surface ,
Maine don't confine our amusementto shoving off, Hal," Tory hidden cards, said even the averageman He who would search for pearls
said She and or woman had some sort of
war dances, by any means." quickly. rose must dive below.-Dryden.
She glanced at him doubtfully; into the white fur coat. mental prompting which tended to

then laughed. "The mystery is going home and hang up bring forth higher-than-chance guess-
clearing up," she' said. stockings. Maybe you'll get a work on the part of some of the

"Mystery?" of oats in yours, if you're subjects.
she added her "Something other than chance is
"Well, we have wondered, you linking arm
know," she went on with an air of the arm of her fiance. at work," the psychologists said,
artless frankness too deliberate to Gay. Good-night, Dr. but offered no opinion as to what the llclp Them Cleanse the Bloodof

be entirely sincere. "I mean, Gay We'll see you Wednes- extra-chance factor might be. Harmful Body Waste

goes dashing off into the wilds and evening." In every test the cards were shuf- Your kidneys are constantly filtering
waste matter from the blood stream.But
then comes home and breaks her Dr. Houghton." Jan- fled and set out of range of sight kidneys sometimes lag in their workdonot
engagement and won't tell us any- Howard extended a slender and hearing, and in about half of act as Naturo that intended-fail, if retained to remove -
thing about you except that you're a "It's been pleasant to meet the tests the subjects were a auar- poison the system and upset the whole
* doctor and her god-father's nephew. ." ter of a mile away. body machinery. ,
be backache
Symptoms may nagging
You can't how :
imagine curious headache,attacks of dizziness,
everybody, Gay The records indicate, contrary to persistent
we've been to meet you. getting up nights, swelling:, puffiness
Here it was again. John had been "Merry Christmas. Good- chance expectation, that there is a under the eyes-a feeling, of nervous
-" definite relation between the scoresof anxiety and loss of pep and strength.
obliged to respond to that approach Other signs of kidney or bladder disorder
of the sets of cards. Con-
times during the some are sometimes burning, scanty or
many evening asGay's was standing at one of the trol series and statistical analysis too frequent urination.
friends had arrived and departed There should be no doubt that prompt
in restless, animated windows when Gay came into suggests that something other than treatment 13 wiser than neglect. UseDoan'
groups. drawing-room. She went to him, chance is at work. There are sev- Pills. Doan't have been winningnew
"You must find me very disap- friends for more than forty years.
pointing," he said, making no effortto swiftly, noiselessly over the eral phases of the distributions of ,They have a nation-wide reputation.
which Suki had replaced. the date which are difficult to inter- Are recommended by grateful people the
re-phrase a reply which, so far, country over. Ask your neighbcrlIT
had appeared to adequate.. do you see?" she asked, pret and it is considered wise to con-
"Not at all." Her bright brown beside him. "Are you tinue the experiment, using new sub-
eyes sparkled at him 'through curl- for Santa Claus? He jects as well as continuing with thf

inc lashes. "Of course most of us I come in a boat." old.

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,Warm Climate


Slows Pulse, OUR COMIC SECTION \cg1

Aids Relaxation .

By DR. J'AlIESV.. BARTON Something Else

WHEN(Released by Western asked every Newspaper why winter he Union.for went)a r D:i I Events in-the Lives of Little Menu I D laughing"Really"The, ,the last a! people mile time What away.I could was was" 'going in be pantomime heard on

few weeks, a busy''' physician there?"
answered: :: : \ I

"At home I ) D q "M"-the beginning of Matri.
TODAY irony, and the end of freedoM.
am busy, am

tensed most of HEALTH
I Might Do It,
" the time, and '
COLUMN "Can you tell me how to wash spinach
the cool
weather so as to get allthe..sandofJ of it?"
stimulates fur- I "Sure. Tie it on the end of a fishing
ther activity. I know it is good Hfl pole and hold it under Niagara falls."

(for anyone to keep active : ( GREATER NEED

mentally and physically, but

:I'm not as young as I was, fl

'.and require relaxation. When
I go south I am away from (

my work which, of course,

gives some relaxation, but

there is something about the

'.. weather in the South that makes me ,
content to be idle, to just sit and
read, or not even read. I find my I :Mr. Newlywed-D'you mean to
pulse is slower and my blood pres- say there's only bread and cheese
sure lower in the warm climate." tonight?

The rate at which the body processes Mrs. Newlywed-Yes, dear. You '
see, when the chops caught fireI
work would appear to be slower "
in southern people / had to use the soup to put it out!

r- ,,,. than in those
who live in the
North. 5

metabolic In discussing rate (rate the f/J/f ) MOROLINE

4 :<;, at which body proc-
esses work), Dr. A. 'I
"'>. G. Eaton, New Or- ( ; The Tale-Bearer

.'; leans, in the Journal. Where no wood is, then the fire
of Laboratory and EXAMINATION goeth out; 'so where there is no

v Clinical Medicine, INSOMNIA I tale-bearer, the strife 'ceaseth.-
; s after examining 98 r Proverb.
Dr. Barton women and 62 men (WNU SERVICE)

(apparently normal
students and teachers of Louisiana

.,. State university, New Orleans), r. The better Way to
states that a new set of standardsis /I

necessary. He found that the A 1 D, 1I 1/ Correct ConstipationOne
metabolic rate was about 10 per s you GE7'l4A7 Fov1 ITJ yoV JuL
cent slower in these normal individ- 4M ort lout? way to treat constipation is
uals living in the South than that 4CETt AM / to endure it first and "cure" it
given in textbooks for those living cart /ou7t afterward. The other way is to
in temperate climates.As 1Ac>; 0 avoid having ft by getting at its
'MA t 11iuiuir cause. So why not save yourself
the weather is always "warm those dull headachy days, plus ,
er" than in the North, there is a the inevitable trips to the medi-
cine chest, if you can do it by a
.general!. prolonged: effect, upon, simple common-sense "ounce ofprevention"
these individuals. Lessened desIre'for ?
strenuous exertion and greater T' If your trouble, like that of
ability and desire for relaxation millions, is due to lack of "bulk"in
o the diet, "the better way"is to
must be considered _
as probable fac- j
Kellogg's All-Bran. This
tors in lowering the metabolic rate. crunchy, toasted, ready-to-eat \I ;
Whatever the cause may be, the T cereal has just the "bulk" you ,
lowered heat production lessens the need. If you eat it regularlyanddrink
plenty of' water-you can '. \
strain on the body's machinery for not only get regular but keep t
getting rid of heat and makes life E regular,day after day and month 1 I
more comfortable in a warm cli-' after month! All-Bran is made t
mate, especially hot moist nights by Kellogg's in Battle Creek. If '

when it is so difficult to get rid. of R wise your to condition consult a is physician.chronic, it Is ; .:
heat from the body.Excitement T1; / .

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Chief v>_ yh Even There i

p .a SA t7ty "It's funny the way my plane
Cause of InsomniaIT t crashed. I into "
got an air pocket.
$! "Ah-and there was a hole in
0 % lid it?"
WOULD seem that the matter ... .
of sleep and relaxation is now the .. L4t !
subject of much thought and conversation :> II ? J checks .
because, during the last few P L /
years and at present, more and MALARIA
more individuals are finding it diffi- By l 6 66 Ia 7 dope and relieves ;,
cult to
get "sufficient" sleep.A .
study o{ the sleep habits of 50 Payne '
women who had recovered from SALVII.NOSBDROP Ssymptoms first day.
slight mental or behavior disturb- WNO Bell S1\cUcate.-WNU Servtc;. I
Try"Rnb-My-TIsm" LInIment
ances and who did not complain of : .
insomnia, were observed for three I
months in an observation hospitaland As He Figured It ::
reported by Dr. Louis J. Kar- TWAS TERRIBLY( AFRAIDIT "Johnny, aunty will never wantto
nosh, Cleveland, in the Journal of WAS MY OLD BACK kiss you with a dirty face." !
the American Medical Association.The I .Q.. TIRES "No, that's what I thought." V

period of sleep varied from \ T i 1 BLOWING OUT sWINGS
1 1C 1Y 1r
I i $I
6V to 8 hours. Age, temperamentand p Y"'t (
diet did not seem to influencethe ., OF COOLNESS FOR
81' I
amount or degree of sleep. /4 '.. HEAT. DUST ON FAMOUS
"On the other hand, excitement V ( MEXICAN HEAT POWDER. ;,
due to visits by relatives, arguments \c '..
I or disagreements with other patientsor o
' attendants, and holidays with the ''Precious Few j
' emotion or excitement which occursat 1'The Women, like princes, find few ::1
these times, were definitely to teal friends. I
blame for breaking the regular
rhythms of sleep." P

Mentality 'Can't Take It.: GOODDRUG AT

This shows that it is the nervousor STOKES ,_
mental side of us that "can't
Be11 Syndicate.lne.-Service
? .tfut Scorn
take it" blows or disturbances and [
not so much the physical disturbances .NLM '

that prevent us from sleeping., BUT WHEN! I SAW IT WAS

Another fact found, and this same BOMBS T KNEW WE WERE
fact has often been found before, is
that lack of sleep will not cause severe s g1 ;
mental disturbances or insan-
ity. The knowledge that lack of 1 I
sleep will not cause insanity or serious ,
body disturbances is reassur- MORE FOR
ing to those who fear the terrible M
consequences of sleeplessness. Fur-
ther, observations by nurses and O Bead the advertisements. 0
physicians all agree that most of us ByJ. They are more than a.selling ..
sleep longer than we think, because aid for business. They forman ..
sleepless hours pass 'so slowly. Millar Watt ,, educational system which 11'is

What is the best method of bring- making Americans the best- .
ing on sleep? A good bed, a quiet educated buyers in the world. WI
room, and muscular relaxation The advertisements are part .KI'
keeping arms and legs in a half- L of an economic system which.
bent 3 id giving Americans V
position are_most,, important. more
WNU for their money every day. ...

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Boy Scouts Return BAPTIST TRAINING UNION I Clewiston .................... 10 1 .909 planned highway system to meet not Two young men, Clarence Carlton,

Lake Worth .............. 9 2 .818 only the needs of her own motorists 'jr. and Roy Millikln, made the

From Camp Maykka Mrs. Gross, wife of the pastor Pompano .....7......;....... 6 5 .545 : but those of thousands of I discovery while swimming in Horse

of one of the Gainesville Baptist Pahokee ...................... 8 4 .667 tourists who drive here each Creek, southwest of town. .
this week year,
churches is In Clewiston
Assistant Scoutmaster Charles assisting with a training union be- Belle Glade ..:............. 1 8 .111 for a good system of roads is the A portion of the huge skeleton
was carried to. the Court House
ing held' nightly at the Baptist Canal Point ................. 0 12 .000 best means of ,attracting more tour- and
Bensen and tho group of eleven placed on exhibition while the
Clewiston Boy Scouts who spent Church. It will last all week and ists. On the other hand, the unsafe Smithsonian Institute was notifiedof
attendance has been very good at Oil- .
Hendry County
the find.A'OTICH .
condition of
a large part of
last week at Camp Myakka, Sunni- sessions thus far.

land Council camp near Sarasota, our present haphazard system, plus ,I I ---- ______ _____
Clewiston Stays- (Continued from Page 1) our exhorbitant automotive tax, will '
returned Sunday to report a most OF APPLICATION FOR ,
other $275,000. Yet out ofthis tend to discourage automotive' TAX DEED
-Interesting week. total of $$29,508,000 quite $10- travel to this state and consequently 1 -

During the time there the boys (Continued from Page 1) 000,000, or approximately 31 percent result in the impairment of our NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. That

did their own cooking and not one fifth and two in .the sixth. was used in the contraction economic progress." I Mrs Certificate, Annie No.Frierson 108-109 holder Issued of the Tax 6

complained of indigestion. Various First game line-ups: j and repair of roads. An equal Other points included in the pro- day of June A. D. 1938 has filed

scout tests were passed includinga Bcllo Glade amount was used in the retirementof gram, which is up for adoption bya i same in my for office a tax and deed has tp made be issued application

fourteen mile hike which was Player pos. AB R H E county bonds for highways, and local.oil men's association in eachof thereon. Said certificate embraces

made from the camp to the negro Alexander, If. ............. 5 0 2 O. the remainder, or approximately 38 Florida's 67 counties' are: To the the County followingdescribed of Hendry, state property of Florida in-

CCC camp about seven or eight Free, c. ...................... 4 0 1 0 per cent, of the highway fund was urge a reduction of one cent in the to-wit: V

miles away. The remainder of the Sims, cf. .................... 3 0 0 1 diverted .for' general government present seven cent state gasoline house Lots 2. 3, 4; 5, C, 7 -Block 47 Court- (.
time was spent in swimming, fish- tax to that square.
Herring, lb. .............. 4 1 1 0 purposes. Therefore a dispropor- ; urge municipalities be The assessment of the said .
ing and enjoyment of camp life. J. Williams, p. ........ 3 0 .1 0 tionate share of the burden of tax- prohibited from levying gasoline under the said certificate property issued-

Weather was very good except for Harper, 2b. ................ 3 1 0 0 ation is being shifted to the motor- : taxes; and to advocate the repeal was in the name of Fannie Park.
deluges of rain the last two days. I of tho federal tax Unless said certificate shall
ists. on gasoline and, be redeemed -
B. Williams, 3b. ........ 4 1 1 1 according to law, the
National Guard tents were loaned lubricating oils. property -
Baker, ss .................. 4 0 1 0 "But of equal concern tothe described therein will be sold to
the campers with eight boys to the highest bidder at the
Stone, rf. .................... 4 1 1 Q state is .the fact that despite the door on the first Monday in court the monthof house
each tent. Two boys from Sara- FIND PREHISTORIC
Total...................... 34 4 8 2 numerous sums which are contri- BONES August 1940 which is the 5 day /"
sota and three from Bradentonwere of August: 1940. _
lodged with the boys from Clew iston buted annually by the motoristsour Arcadia, June 21-FNS-The Dated this 18 day of June, 1940.
Clewiston.The Player -pos. AB R H E road system needs to be vastly Arcadian, of Arcadia, reports the (Seal) WILLIAM- HULL

Ward, 2b. ................ 4 0 1 2 improved. Florida, more than any discovery near that city of the Clerk of Circuit Court of

week's camp cost each of the Bell, rf. ...............;...... 4 0 0 0 other state, should have 'a well bones of a prehistoric mastodon. Hendry County, Florida. ...
boys $4.50, one dollar of which Roberts cf. ..........:..... 4 1 1 0 No. 45. 4t June 21-28, July 5-12 1940
- - - --- e
went to the camp doctor, one dollar Carlton, 3b. ...:.....;...... 4 3 2 0 -- 11w --

registration. and two-fifty for Calleja, Ib: ................ 4 0 0 0 :

groceries. The amount for gro- Avant, p. .................4 2 3 Q

ceries did not cover the entire cost Bass, c. .........*-............ 4 0 2 0
and the balance was drawn from Hollingsworth, ss .... 4 0 2 0 i

the troop fund. Twelve camp cots Vaughn, If ................ 2 0 0 0 ; youtc.oEr IVgtF

were also purchased for: the trip.E. Winn, If. .__................... 2' 0 0 0 oo F S / 4

L. Pryor of Fort Myers acted as Total...................... 36 6 11 2 ptSMoory yN -
camp director and J. A. Gaskin,

scout executive of Bradenton, spenta I ..
Second game line-ups:
large part of his time at the ,
Belle Glade
ii II
camp. Player pOSe AB R H E
j # c
Clewiston Scouts making the trip Alexander, If ....._....... 4 0 3 '0Free V'V

were: Sherwood Hall, Elbert Hooker c. ...................... 4 Q.O' 0 4y ::4 ::: V
Farnle Elkins Lawrence Guthrie t
Baker, ss .00............... 4 0 O. 2 / .
Billy Prewitt of
Perry and Billy J. Williams, 1 b. ........ ,3 1 2 .0
the Alligator Patrol and ,Bobby
j Harper, 2b. ................ 3 0 1 1 1
Broadfoot, Sonny Vaughn, Hagar I
IB. Williams, 3b. ..... 3 0 0 2 ;

Lowe, Philip McLeod and Martin Stone, rf. ............;'....... 3 '0 0 0

Waldron of the Flying Eagle Patrol I I Brackin, cf. ............... 3 0 0 2

Greer p. ......:............. 3 0 0 1 Sv' 1 I 'I { .t CQEN iVVV
Total......................29 1 6 8 (
Clewistou oo.p .

Player pos. AB R H E
Launching of the Pat, twenty-foot
Ward, 2b ...........:. .. 5 3 1 1
Prigg speed boat owned by Pat Mc- '
Bell, rf. ...................:. .5 4 4 0'
Gehee. which has been on the
ways Roberts, cf. ................ 5 2 2 0
at the Johnson boat works for the".past .
i Carlton, 3 b. ........... ..... 5 2 1 0 I \
two weeks for overhauling, is
I Avant, If. .2 1 1 0 "
expected this week-end. Pat boughtthe
'Calleja, 1 b. ............:... 1 0 0 0 ..V.. $ V : V 'V
boat in Miami and drove it home Vi
Bass, '1 b. .....:.::........... 3 1 1 0
and immediately turned it over to
I Hollingsworth, ss .... 4 1'.0 1
Mr. Johnson for
refinishing.The -
'Clark, c. 4 0 '- 1 0 ) y'/ : /
boat was built in Miami and
I Forbes, p. ................ .4 1 1 0 ,
is powered by 72-ti.p.. Gray motor
Total...................... 38 15 12 2I'
and is said to be capable of attain-

ing a speed of 38 miles per hour. n-
I Batting Averages

NEW ROADA I Player AB H Pet. ; ; :

Holstine .................... 5 3 .600 cf8

new marl road has just been Avant .........__............... 18 9 .500 1i I!

completed by the United States Ward .......__...........:_...: 33 13 .393 9't

'Sugar Corporation which runs from Bell ,...................._...... 37 13 .351 :}ULt $Et 6' w,

;, the Harlem road directly to the Bass ............................ 18 6 .333
back of the Sugar house throughthe Carlton ........................ 40 13 ..325C. :;.'q. ,; ss <.:.. .. Dlstiaro tllders. o- Skf OF a r

field recently planted in grasses Roberts .................. 40 12 .300

for use in the dehydrator. H. Roberts .................. 7 2 .285 '
y5r1: \ <<4' ei'a
Calleja .............._..;_...... 21 5 .238 v
.. NEW MUSIC BOOKS: Forbes ...:..........:......... 17 4.235 V < N R s aV Yli :M.' '!$'t+,Niv{ '. .

: Clark .......................... 22 5 .228 V
t.. The U. S. S. C. Band this week Hollingsworth .:.......... 31 7 .226 ,

received a new set of instruction Vaughn ....... ................ 2 0 ..000 1 V ; 1+ :,
;, :
books for use !during the next few Winn ......................... 6 0 .000
r' months. These new instructions

will prepare them for the playingof Through Sunday, June 16.

-' more difficult numbers than League Standings KESSLEU'S PRIVATE BLEND-A Blended Whiskey. ,75% Neutral: Spirits distilled from Grain. cSG.G% Pioof.

I::: have heretofore been attempted. Team W L Pet. Julius Kessler Distilling Co., Incorporated, Jjaureiiceburg, Indiana.

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