The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00795
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: July 12, 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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System ID: UF00028415:00795
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LEGION POST HEARS-DRAINAGE BOARD IN Fire Control Board I u. S. S. C. Feed .NNlill ToBegin

Meets Here TuesdayC.


E. Miner, chairman of the

AMERICAN TRIPE DISCUSSES RE-ZONING board of supervisors EvergladesFire .
\ Control DIstrict; has called a

meeting of the board here next New Office BuildingIs EHYDKATED FORAGE" CHOPS
Tuesday' at ten o'clock a. m. at the

". REGARD TO SELF-DEFENSE :MEETING IN WEST PALM Inn. Nearing CompletionCompletion
-- NATION : REACH TODAY Mr. Miner states that the meet-
POLICIES OF Operation of the new dehydrating
is for the purpose of winding
ing equipment and feed mixing mill
,,: DrainageDistrictBoard of the past: fiscal year of the roof this weekon
The affairs
The Clewiston American Legion Everglades up of the U. S. Sugar Corporation is
meet- 1: and to make the new U. S. Sugar Corporationoffice
Clewiston of supervisors held a which ended July
Post No. 93, met at the expected to. begin next week on a
Inn Tuesday night for the regular ing'last Friday at the ClewistonInn plans for the new re'ar. They will building under construction production basis it was stated this
of reviewing also hear a report on the soil conservation here by the Clewiston Contracting
monthly meeting and reported one (or the purpose week by Jay W.: Moran, "vice-presi
work being done by the Company will virtually finish the
landowners' meetings
results of
of the most interesting meetings in the dent and general manager 'of' the
several months. held at various places in the district government and the fire control exterior work on the building and corporation. .

during the past few weeks tory board from C. ,Kay Davis, adminis Jay W., Moran, general manager of
The highlights of the meeting was Experimental runs with various
the corporation stated this week
and arrive at an equitable system trator.
a talk by Jay W. Moran who returned materials have been made throughthe
office be
that he expected the to
from sixteen of rezoning.A The first meeting of the board
last week a past two weeks and while
occupied by the middle of August.
South America introduced at the was in Fort Lauderdale in Februaryat
thousand mile tour of map was
Interior work is going, ahead changes were found neces-
With meeting which marked out the which time Mr. Miner was elected -
Pan-American Clipper.
by rapidly with the greater part of sary to attain efficient operation the
Mr. Moran new zones as proposed by the mem- chairman. ,Calling of meetings '
the aid of a large map tests proved very successful and
the plastering being completed.
traced out the itinerary of the trip bers; from the various districts!? anda is left to the discretion of the Acoustical tile in the ceilings and I it is anticipated that excellent
interesting details study of the acreage in each of chairman.
and gave many the oak block flooring is now being cattle feeds of de-hydrated forage
regarding the seventeen countries the zones under the new set-up and laid and electricians and plumbersare crops and molasses will be produced.The .
the taxpayingability of the vari-
which he at work with their part of the corporation now has approximately -
Geography, climate, agricultural ous zones indicated that some revision KIWANIANS\ HEAR contract. 450 acres in forage crops
have to be
products and other details were would probably
The garage building is now com- such as soy-beans and sorghumsand
in the various coun- made yet b' fore'enough tax money
upon plete and workmen have this week about 250 acres of lemon grass
tries well'as interesting events would be forthcoming to carry the TALK BY DEPUTYON
as been installing the air conditioning all of which will be processed and
of their long air trip. At'one time, load of a proposed refunding. of
equipment which ilI'occupy mixed with molasses for feeds. The
said the plane crossed a high the district's indebtedness.The .
he as INSURANCEGuest the south' wing of this building.An various analyses have shown the
mountain it forced to also included U.C.
range discussion
was 'I interesting phase of the con- feeds to be rich in protein and
such altitude that all passengershad basis taxation and of the
an of future
struction has been the roof. A other food materials. While the
to breathe through oxygen machinery necessary for a collection decking of Robertson steel sheet- forage crops are seasonal lemon

tubes for some little time. Mr. 'I of delinquent taxes necessaryfor speaker at the weekly ing is first laid and this is insulated grass grows much as the wild

Moran also touched on the foreign the completion of the refunding meeting of the Kiwanis Club was with celotex. Over the celotex is grasses of the area and will be

influence in South America and deal. B. H. Phillips, of West Palm Beach, a layer of felt which is tarred into available for year-around opera

mentioned' the fact that there are Another meeting has been call- field deputy of the Unemployment place. The tiles are then placedon tion so it is anticipated that the

: far more Germans than Americans ed for today in West Palm Beach Compensation Division of the State this foundation,. embedded in greater part of the feed made at
on the .continent. While Spanishis when the board will again meet Industrial Commission. His talk
cement. This roof, of gleaming the mill will be a mixture of.
the most common language spoken with landowners of the districtto was concerned, with pertinent fact: orange will be visible for many molasses\ and lemon grass pulp.

there he said, there are several iron out a few of the difficulties relative to_ the unemployment com- miles from the west as it glows like Established outlets for this type of
., other and in Brazil the '
languages found at last 'week's meeting.. pensation' program and gave an insight fire in a bright sun. feed are available, said Mr. Moran,

language is Portuguese. It appears' from present figures into the program which few and distribution of the feed is
this a
Following interesting available, that it will 'be necessaryto of the club members had before. LANDOWNERS OF DRAINAGE seen as' no problem. Feed manu-
series of resolutions as adoptedby _
use much the same tax levies Mr. Phillips explained that the DISTRICT TO MEET TUESDAYThe facture, he said, will provide an
', .. the executive committee of the
;;- for the five districts as were used Unemployed Compensation was a additional outlet for molasses ina
: State Legion Department meeting
'-1.-->:i :'. under the 1937 Act wIth the' pos- section of the federal social security annual meeting of the landowners near-by area and will bring into
:" on special call in Orlando last
: '. .\' Sunday. were read. The, CleAviston sibility that odd cents will be law which is in eight sectionsbut of Clewiston Drainage Dis- use certain lands owned by the
lopped off. However a.rez'onirig. it and Old Age Insurance are trict will be held at the! district's corporation which have not here-

. .. ., ;::l'::' Post endorsed these resolutions and to' of the area on its present ability he only two that ,demand a direct office in the city hall on Tuesday tofore been under cultivation and
, d> the adjutant was instructed
;:.; ... .. present a C01)Yof the resolutions to tQ: pay is expected to make a tax.: Florida cooperates with the July 30 at four o'clock. which are not 'especially suited .for
t 2'it'c.tlre.4 igealti.S Cl"'WI I"a:.tegue that.: i1l.m.9J. lill taa 4 t at iQrwinentire federal government_ ... .in,. this pro: One supervisor will be elected at -vegetables. or sugar cane. ...

.,:;.. they be published..y. The resolutionsAvere the: district."Tentative' plans; gram, first by passing a law to the meeting, annual reports wjl The plant, built just north, of

-: < ,",,;., as' follows: ,are for $1.00 in zone 1. sixty, comply'with: federal regulations and be made and 'action determined by the sugar house, and adjoining the

: '- .. RESOLUTIONS cents in zone '2, thirty cents in then setting up an agency to ad- the landowners will be taken on processing plant for lemongrasswill

Wherefore, .since the annual con zone o, 10 cents in zone four and minister the law. In Florida it the reports and such other businessas be operated independently of

;'. vention of .the American Legion at three cents in zone 5. vas turned over to the Industrial should rightfullYcome before the the sugar house and it is intended
'.' Commission. The duty is to collect i meeting will be transacted. that become
Chicago, Illinois, in September, ; it a year-around activity.
1939, World conditions and affairs Tentative Tax Roll ninety per cent of the federal tax I Approximately 25 men will be F

,." have so materially _changed by due by employers under the act Local Team Divides used-in a twenty-four hour run at

-: reason of' the war in Europe that Submitted To Board which is three per cent of the gross the plant and a great many more

,....., many 'facts now existing did not wages. Employers who work eightor Two With Canal PointThe will be engaged in harvesting opera- a

;', exist at the time of said conven- more employees on some portionof tions.
e LaBelle News) a day in different calendar
tion, a"nd'VHEREAS ( twenty The capacity of the dehydrator is .
the Executive Committee A tentative 1940 tax roll of $955.- weeks of the year are liable for the Clewiston baseball team be- measured in terms of the moisture

of the Department of Florida 047 was submitted to the board of tax. Certain types of employmentare gan the second half of play in- the content of the material but the -

The American Legion, wishes to county commissioners JMonday morn- not covered such as agricultural, LakeCoast League here last Sundayby plant is expected to turn out three

recommend' ing Dennis Small county tax domestic, government. service and dividing a pair of games with
to the various Posts of by tons of dry material per hour with
the Department of Florida what in I assessor, and immediately afterwards others. Canal Point. They won the first fifty per cent moisture. This dried

its opinion would be a proper ,i the commissioners convenedas Recipients of the insurance must game 6-2 and dropped the night- material, cured so quickly from ,

-policy to be followed by the several an equalization board to continueas have worked at least nine mouths cap 5-4. ,its green ,state that it loses littleof

Posts of the Department in .connection such until July 22. in insured employment during the In the first game, with Avant on the food value of green material. 4

with the emergency that exists The proposed roll represented an most recent 27 months. He must the mound and Clark receiving the is blown through a pipe to a t,

f and the preparation of an adequateand increase of $16,747 real and personal register at a state employment ser, locals had little difficulty. They hammermill which chops it to the I

sufficient National defense. property over the 1939 roll which vice office stating that he'is unemployed took an early lead and held on to degree of fineness required and it "

NOW', THEREFORE, BE IT RE- totaled $938,300.Nonexempt through no fault of his the end, shutting out the visitors is then blown to the molasses mixer -

SOLVED BY THE EXECUTIVE' property assessmentson own, is able and available for work until the final inning when they so that the material is never

"' COMMITTEE OF THE DEPARTMENT which taxes may be levied is 'and that he registers for work. If scored their two runs. visible from the time it enters the

OF FLORIDA, THE AMERI- listed as $714,715. Homestead ex- lie is not placed in two weeks and The last game, however, was a hopper at the dehydrator until it

CAN LEGION, in Special Meeting emptions are given as $34,970 an has earned enough wages in Insured close game and interesting. It emerges from the mixer to be sack-
at Orlando, Florida, on Sunday, increase of $2,230 over the '39 roll, employment he is eligible to was pitching. duel between Forbes ed and shipped. ,

July 7, 1940: and wi ow's exemptions ll',020: or receive :weekly benefits based on for Clewiston and Cardin of Canal The lemon grass will be used asa :j

ONE: That in furtherance of $1,850 higher than in '39. his earnings not to exceed fifteen Point, Cardin pitching both games spent grass after the oil is ex- '

the American Legion's policy of Complaints on what they termed dollars per week. He may draw of the' double-header and being apparently tracted at the oil processing mill.

. / maintaining law and order, it is "inequitable and unfair" taxation these payments for sixteen weeks in better shape in the This processing, started more than ', 1 1a

.. deemed proper that the handling of were registered by D. Graham Copeland out of the fifty-two following the second game than in the first. It year ago has proven most satisfactory 1

all subversive interests should bp representing the Lee County filing of a. claim. If he quits a job I was Cardin also that broke up this the oil having a good sale ;; : .'

left to Constituted authority of Land Company, Gulf Coast Realty without 'good cause, is discharged second game' by smashing a sizzl- as a component of low-priced perfumery f.

jO' the government and that the individual I Company and' the Tamiami Land for good cause' or refused to accept ing triple deep into centerfieldwith and other, compounds. The :

Posts do not engage in and Development Company, and F available work he is disqualified two aboard to score enough lemongrass after' harvesting in the r:,:

the conduct of any investigations, Dean Duff of the United States from receiving the insurance pay- runs for the margin of victory. field is packed into round metal
' but that these matters be referred Sugar Corporation also ments. Canal Pointin
who represented Tomasello caught for tanks) on wagons, these tanks being E i\\
to the Federal Bureau of Investigation several other corporationsof the first and Sims in the
. Mr. Phillips said that about 800 game made so that the load is molded '
whIch has been charged by Clewiston. were registered in Hendry countyin second. Clark caught for Clewis- to fit the still and can be quickly \l''

4IS1 the President and Congress of the Citing instances in which they 1939 and of these some 300 ton in both games. .transferred from wagon to still.

United States with carrying out claimed wild lands were being were placed on jobs. Most of

this phase of National Defense. valued and assessed a high as the others found employment dur- G28 HOME LOANS Alt.'
Dr. Pease To
TWO: That the Executive Committee more valuable timber lands and ing the regular busy season. "Insurance MADE HY LOCAL AGENCY Spend

:' heartily endorses and ap- other so-called inequalities, both paid to county workers

,. proves of the furnishing of all men asked that a reduction be amounted to $30,000. Washington, July 12_.Home Each Friday Here'

material and munitions to Great made in their taxes this year, reiterating loans totaling 628 and amountingto
Following Mr. Phillips' talk adirector's
, : BritaIn and its allies, as has here- statements made in the meeting was announced to $ ,617,630( were made by the Effective next week, Dr. C. W.

tofore been the policy of the Presi- past that they would not voice complaints follow the meeting. The directors 47 Insured savings and loan asso- Pease will spend every Tuesday at ,
i (Continued on page 8) if the tax assessor would ciations in Florida in May, it wasI '
acted on several applications for the Hendry county health office in
assess all equitably on the same I membership ,and Jerry Wilcox was I announced today by Nugent Fallon, LaBelle and Friday of each week at l
Dick percentage basis valuations of the Federal
Hooks Building after accepted and will be taken in as General Manager the health unit, offices in Clewiston. tHeretofore
had been justly fixed. Savings and Loan Insurance Cor-
a member at the meeting next Wed Dr. Pease has spent
New Only three members of the board poration.'As .
Bungalow Here
nesday. Monday and Friday in LaBelle with
were present, Herbert O'Bannon, of May 31, these association .
.... ReA' Kent Pendleton will be in only short visits to Clewiston. Howovrr. -
E. B. Hull and Frank McClenithan, had home mortgage loans on their .
charge of the program next week the work hero ,has multi4 ,
Dick Hooks with chairman no,077,000.!
and B. C. Flanikoni Dave Alston and hooka uittii'Kiiliiig;
and is planning talk by an to where It will"be-'
on a plied necessary
building small commissioner Blitz $2,050,172() in now I
bungalow Wegman away During May,"
\ OIl.. NYA official at that time. for him to spend a day a week in .
:'" Central Avenue just south of the on vacation, and they decided .to savings was placed by the public
.,1 Baptist Church on some lots they recess until July 22 to further study I in the associations, making the this office.
purchased there recently. the roll and the complaints and to total invested in the institution '-.

The men arc building on the postpone action until a full board $38,835,000.There instiumentality.Assets : '
ball club will to
structure only in their spare time could deliberate on the matter. go are 39,904 investors now of the associations totaled

and no details as yet are available. Lake Worth Sunday for a doubleheader utilizing the; thrift facilities of ta $57,058,000 on June 1.. One stat--

: Foundation work Is almost com- The school library will be closed with the Lake Worth team associations. Their savings are chartered and 46 Fcderal-chaitered

plete. It is understood that Mr. for two weeks beginning Monday, of the Lake-Coast League. Lake fully protected against loss up to institutions are included in this

1- and Mrs. Hooks will occupy the July 22 and ending August 5. I Worth was the winner of the first $5,000 per investor by the Insurance insured group of Florida associations. ,

dwelling when it Ig completed, Mrs. J. VAUGHN, Librarian. half pennant. Corporation, a Federal Government j I .

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7Ae Exercise Is the

London Is Ready for Sky Raids ., :THE CHEERFUL w __CHERUB!__..

And BusinessGoesOn: : Usual' ., Best Way t.o _,_. ._ Hy.: .-culture..isnt- .-J very'- "

pR w' N Reduce WeightBy I only deep-' think oF koy_ .
8 RQBE EN London, has taken-the most-careful air raid precautions to repel'theNazi -

invaders from the sky, with,sandbags playing an important part in 'it looks.-

Washington, D. C. the defense. However, in, between.airjraidrivarnings'tthe regular way of DR. JAMES w: BARTON simply reed the,, ,_
PAN-AMERICAN, BARTER life,goes on undisturbed. Britain takes it all as a matter of fact. Up in (Released by Westera Newspaper'Union.) book reviews

When.Hitler'first'began his crushing the sky at all time-sone can see hundreds of silvery balloons afloat. THERE is often the argument
march through Europe, an Argentine Store fronts are sandbagged, but business goes' on as usual. Air raid is the betterwayto And .then (

business man remarked to m precautions have become "streamlined"jjjj reduce ''weight, exercise or a pretend'Ive., ,,o

Washington,officials: $ % to meet 'the "emergency. The cinema is reducing diet. read the
'"At 'first it will be a little difficult popular, and the populace has learned .
The reducing I .
to readjust our trade with Eng- books:
to masks at all times. ITODAY'S'
carry gas
land., All the docks will be blownup < diet is the simpler \
and shipping will be scarce. But because" if enough 1c'
after these things have been .ironed food is noteaten HEALTH
:but, it will be much easier. Wo .
ESSWerjJ to u'pply'the' COLUMN Service.Strange
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deal with one ,
,will simply make a "' -
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,man. .Hitler will buy our,,meat-not ,body's needs, then
only for Germany, but for England, some of the fat on the body must

'Belgium, France, and all, the, rest be used and so that much weight
'*''" -*+ :
'" Facts
jlij nflt ] -y .
of'Europe.: ZZ **Z&AM+f* 'ZS'* is 'lost."Exercise. .
This ''danger of Hitler capturingLatin .
America through ,monopolizing ', is really' the better way o .200-Mile Lights: '.
.trade is what is behind the.giant 'for" the average healthy overweight 1 No ,Double Joints ,
trade cartel for the' Americas, now because exercise not only bUrns' up
being worked out 'by th.e' Roosevelt fat ,but replaces the' fat' with 'mus- o Ban.AnimalFI .

'administra tion. cle,: and with 'this extra muscle he
.And, in the secret'report handed rww, .is.more .willing exercise or work,. .Q-The brightest lights ever,created -
-Roosevelt by his cabinet members and .so more, ,and more ''of the' fat ., by man. are, the 800,000,000-
is ,a much more' far-reaching plan is lost. Unfortunately there are candlepower, carbon-arc' search-
than anyone-dreams., ,In brief, the many cases where the exercise so lights that are ,owned by the, Unit-
plan proposes' that,the United States. increases the appetite that more ed, States army. Their beams,

,buy all the.surplus crops of .LatinAmerica. food is eaten and no weight is ,lost.' when directed vertically into the
..In other words, Mr. Hull's aw '' ? ;} (Above) Myriads of Another difficulty is that exercise night sky, can be seen for a distance

'much cherished' 'reciprocal trade, r; is4:' sandbags above, a Lon' makes the individual thirsty and.he_ of two hundred''miles.
'treaties go out the window. and,the don hospital make an drinks more water, thus increasinghis
United States gets down to hard-. unusual weight. I have spoken, beforeof boiled, cutthroat bartering in- an' effort I picture pres an amateur 'oarsman who took double, joint in a human being, a
to monopolize. Western hemisphere ,, entation.Left) Gas off three pounds of weight' daily revolver silencer outside of fictionor
trade.To : / masks are advertised' boxing in the gymnasium yet' al the -a"blood test through which it is
-:aYR/; ) :ih6t'.C! like other end of,-the month he was the same
illustrate, take the case of Bra ? any merchandise possible to determine whether an
zil 'and Hitler in 1939. :In that year- ; .% =p.1>A'ji [.?1t FYti'r f S to, -these are of. weight as when he started. He had unknown parent of a child is of.the
Brazil sold most of her coffee to the (P' ll 'r ,W r "smart 'appearance" not lost a pound. white or Negro race. .
United States, but had a surplus left1 'Why? Because he drank a great
over which she could not sell. So quantity of water. Similarly with Several Americans
C. pay a larger -
.... Germany offered to" take' the bal: ] the Turkish bath. federal income ,tax than is col-
ance of her'crop.Naturally Two to ''four, pounds' lected from all persons in any
this was an-offer Brazil a may be lost during one of about 12 states., .

could not very, well resist-except ? f, '.', .that there was one catch to it. Hitler ; drinking,of water as plants of crested wheatgrass the
paid in barter. In" return'he gave you rest a short time total length of whose roots was 319
:. Brazil cameras, motorcycles radi- I before dressing puts miles.
.. os,.optical instruments and various R all the weight back'
other German .specialties.. : WVA on your body.If .
Then .Hitler, having bought the the overweight C. Many orthodox Brahmans of
coffee for German goods, turned r Of :w '.'sLY:, y hyyvv}i >' : yJ ;, "5 ,. "+ is willing to exercise India are so fearful of pollutionby

around. and sold it. not only: to Aus n more, yet not'' in-' animal flesh that they take a
tria, and Czecho Slovakia, which, he crease his food in- purifying bath even ,after receiv-
. 'had conquered, but also to, Jugo Dr. Barton take nor drink more ing a letter from a meat-eating.
:' slavia, Rumania, Hungary and most. than his usual amount of'water, the country.-Collierls.:

r of southern' .Europe', with which he results will be much better than by
had ''trade In returnhe' : alone.
agreements. dieting v r/,
"1.: got cash thus bolstering. Ger., I', Must Make 'Sacrifice.: WEARY 'DESPONDENT
exchange.s *, An English couple, gas'masks over their' shoulders, stop admire. It is just as hard for, some fat individuals Crying'spells'irritable

-U. S. Buys Surpluses.' the show windows of 'a' London\\ department store. They'see nothing to cut down on their appe- GIR'$!..nerves"monthly"due pain to should functional find

The state and commerce depart amiss or foreboding about, the sandbags, in'. the foreground. These 'tite, 'especially for starch foods, as a real-"woman's friend"in Lydia E.Pink-
it is for another to take vigorous ham'a Vegetable Compound. Try illLydia
ments' somewhat the I become'an
r;' now propose things have accepted part ,o f British life.
;. same ,thing, only this time the United exercise. Cutting down on food, or E.Pinkham'sParent's VEGETABLE
;>' 'xv-w." exercise both mean COMPOUND
t-: States'will the, "
: :. buy up surpluses '
t and resell them 09 Europe. In other I 'ftJ,': \ "sacrifice." It is by sacrifice, how-
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words, we >will ,take,Brazil's: .surplus \R ever, that one loses fat and gains Love

{;','. coffee crop; and then resell. it just : Ya"w:: k\ ,,...s. v..sr St figure. How many hopes and'fears,'how
;+ as' Hitler did. -' An item in Newsweek some many ardent wishes and anxious
The first of the is ; I j \ time the matter of re-
;. : part program \ ago put apprehensions are twisted together -
{ "' purely emergency. It will aim to t ducing weight as follows: in the threads that connect'the

-. ( help out the southern neighbors who Careful eating, not exercise, is the parent with the child!
;, once ''had thriving markets in Hol- test way to reduce,' according to
;,; land, Belgium, Norway, Denmark Dr. C. C. Sturgis of the Universityof
;) and France, but whose markets now Michigan. Although a football
have evaporated :with Hitler and the player may get rid of '14 pounds ina Cooler,happy feet, rub onLP

blockade. strenuous game, only 43A pounds 4J ETR
rEven after the war is over, however comes from fatty tissue; the re-. ;
; ; the system may be contin- mainder is water loss that will soon

ued. The plan is definitely being be replenished. Alone in-the Storm
setup to, this end.
What the state department. argues r t Whilst you are 'prosperous, you

; is that it is cheaper to do; some Diabetes can number 'many friends; but
surplus buying in. :Latin: : America:: Treating when the'storm comes.,. you are
A brace multiple A air raid warden
than to fight a war there. Buying of anti-aircraft : woman left alon .Ovid.
ye,'' up the surplus coffee' crop' for in- machine guns looks skyward from the steel-lzaited, and with gas maskat With Insulin

; stance, probably would cost less bridge of one of the British navy's new- her side, telephones from one

than a' new battleship. est racing torpedo boats. The, boats I of the well-protected booths Drs. Banting and Best

'' Also, no country will be aided are' capable of great speed. ...... that now dot London. WHEN discovered insulin D W

which does business with Hitler. and Dr. Collip, now of Montreal, j jU
., Present plan is to be ruthless about made,it safer to use, it was felt that 4 "Cap-Brush"Appfictor
this-though if some of the career all had been learned about insulinin $i A makes"BACKlfAF 40"
boys in the state department are re- r..o., the treatment of diabetes. Many GASH f N FEA7KER5.. GO. MUCH FARTHER
:-' lied upon to be ruthless it may : research workers then began experimenting -
merely boil down to cheek-patting. with insulin in the treat-

Great danger is that the buying 1 4' ment of other ailments such as lack 28-40
;:: ". up of surpluses may, take the same > of appetite, dementia praecox (per- WNU-7
road of Herbert Hoover's ill-fated sistent dream state) and others. Full Wealth
wheat board. The farmers knew Ez treatment of diabetes' how-
In. the
: Poor, and content, is ,rich, and
N'' that, the, more wheat they' raised, ;: : ; ever, research workers sought to ,rich enough.-Shakespeare.
the more they could sell to the'' prepare insulin in such a way that it

board, Hoover. found ,himself left .could be taken by mouth instead of
with a tremendous surplus which by the hypodermic needle three Today's popularity
depressed the market. of Doan's Pills
times a day. While no method of pre- of aver
Similarly, Latin American nations :;ii ffyat f ar w, I % y paring insulin so that it will be .effective i wide many use years, surely must
.' may discover that the more, coffee taken by mouth has been be accepted as evidenceof
;y they raise, the more they can sell discovered, what is helping the sit- .]J And satisfactory favorable public use.
to the United States. The cabinet of- extent is the opinion supports that
uation to some new' of the able
': ficers who prepared the plan for treatment by protamine zink insulin. who test,the value of
Roosevelt realized this, but figured Doan's under exacting

that they would try the thing out, Increase in Number of Cases. These'physician too laboratory, approve every conditions.word
Q during the emergency of the war and uTV vTs r r* ?*F>-" >"* d Kf What would, on first sight, be con- of advertising you read the objective. of
which is only to recommend Doan's Pills
try to perfect it later.NOTEComment .
sidered a most unfavorable result diuretic
''' as a good treatment for disorderof
of one allied TitI3 / from the use of this new I insulin the. kidney function and for relief of

: diplomat on the trade plan to keep __,,_,,'_..mmn'n ,,_ compound is the apparent increasein the If pain more and people worry were it causes.aware of low the
;. ,Hitler out of South America: "That (Above) This picture shows'' the number of cases of diabetes.Dr. kidneys must constantly remote waste
sounds like that cannot stay in the blood without! inJ
the who
was on a t E. P. Joslin Boston whose
w o His Majesty's army erecting a jury to health there would be better un
, f.? ladder painting. Someone came name has ,been associated with dia- derstanding of why the whole body suffers
,t', along and took the ladder away, but barricade of sandbags, and one for years-long before when kidneys lag and diuretic medica-
betes many tion would be
:: : ... he just kept on painting." of England's newest antiaircraft insulin was discovered-points out Burning, ,scanty more or often too employed.frequent urina-

!! guns, in a London park. in the Michigan State Medical Journal function.tion sometimes You may waru suffer of disturbed nagging kidney back-
: MerryGoRound.t London parks are strangely that protamine zink insulin has ache, persistent headache attacks of diz-
deserted these days. (Left) increased the number of ziness, getting up nights, swelling, puffi-
: i\ t Jones, Federal Loan administrator probably ness under the eyes-feel weak, nervous,
.,r"' is playing a much greater Cafe or dugout? Believe it or diabetic patients using insulin by all played out.Use .
! .: part in the national defense picture not, it's the 'entrance to a Lon- 70,000. This due almost entirely to a medicine Doan's that Pills has It won is better world-wide to rely ac-on
'' than most people realize. He is don cafe!' Incidentally, its the fact that the new insulin is injected claim than on something less favorably
I discussing with Roosevelt plans to ominous does not but once a day, whereas the known. Ask your neighbor
1 put federal money behind factories appearance original insulin is injected three
I which need to expand for munitions keep patrons from wanderingin. times a day, a regulation that many I
production. diabetics would not or could not fol

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Offering formation .

SUNDAY L ANOTHER f on Various Subjects .

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F By HAROLD L. LUNDQUIST, D. D. The Questions
Dean of The Moody Bible Instituteof The Answers
1. Are sound waves visible? 1. Intense sound
(Released by Western Union.) waves are visi-
2. How many official salutes ble and can be photographed by I
with cannon are given the Presi-
spark photography.
ti\ r : :;:i... ;, w. Lesson for July 14 dent of the United States? 2. Twenty-one.

3. Are more than one pattern of
'rer@n 3. As many as five, of? the stand-
Lesson subjects and Scripture texts selected fingerprints ever found on one ard nine prints have been found -
; trg and copyrighted by International man? ? ::1
Council of Religious Education: used by on one man.. .
permission. 4. In what state was. the Battleof .
4. Indiana, near the present city
Tippecanoe fought? .
of Lafayette.
JOB'S STRUGGLE'TO FAITH 5. What animal is' known as the )
IN LIFE AFTER DEATH bear's little brother? 5. The raccoon, because it walks 1
u ,
6. In law what does very .much like a bear. '
., \'n. a plea of .:
,:: pni n?> k %R; LESSON TEXT-Job 14:13-17; 17:13-1G; nolo contendere mean? 6. I will not contest. ::1
%- '
:.wI' o:.Ft: t,,: }: 192329. 7. In what is milk delivered in 7. In long, hollow bamboo .
GOLDEN TEXT-For I know that my redeemer J
:r India?
liveth.-Job 19:25. stalks.
If life ends at the it has
(See Recipes Below) comparatively little meaning and its

struggles and sorrows are hardly I Gay Bedspread Made of I i
. worth .bearing. Job, living in all Scraps

llouseho1dNews probability about 1,500 years before .
Christ, did not have our knowledgeof
the resurrection of Christ and the curate pattern pieces; directions :J

assurance that He is but the "first for making quilt; diagram of .

fruits of them .that slept" and. that quilt; yardages; color schemes. '. :j'

we too shall rise (see I Cor. 15:22, Send order to: "."

23). But in the midst of suffering, : "

discouragement and spiritual con- Sewing Circle Needlecraft Dept. r,d
flict, he looked with the eye of faith 82 Eighth Ave. New York

all the way beyond the<\ grave. A Enclose 15 cents in .coins for Pattern -
The background of our lesson is No...........

found in Job's experience with his NameAddress...................."."...... i

threa professed comforters, who .............................
minutes. Pack in
"Sugar 'nd spice 'nd everything jars and speak thus: "
nice" goes into the preserving ket- seal. "
"Eliphaz: But who ever perish
tle, and out of it comes a tantalizing Strawberry-Rhubarb Conserve. I '
being innocent (4:7)? Be glad that
array of jellies, jams, picklesand 2 pounds strawberries you are being corrected (4:17). Job: Electoral Votes ,
relishes, and rich fruit butters 2 pounds rhubarb The number of ;
Answer my 'question and I will electoral votes a '
and marmalades.This 3 pounds sugar keep still. Show me where .I am state has is determined by that J 1

year, why not add to your Wash fruit; hull strawberries and wrong. What does your 'proof' state's population, the same as its -

stock of preserves (and to your reputation cut rhubarb in small pieces (you'll prove (6:24, 25)? representation in congress is ap- :, :'i

I J r as a good find the scissors great fingersaverin "Biddad: Do you think God per- portioned. Each state has as R ,,
( )& cook!) by doing cutting the rhubarb). Place fruitin verts justice (8:3)? Ask the wise many electoral votes- as it has ,.J

... l.L II I some of your own deep pan like a dish-pan and men of the ages. Consider what our members in congress, that is, the .'

:!: J ( I 1 canning and pre- place in cold oven. Set temperature fathers taught (8:8). Job: It is all, number of members, inthe house ..'
em f 'serving? It's as control to 400 degrees and start the the saIne; God destroys the right- of representatives plus its two sen-

z easy as ABC, if oven. Cook about 1% hours, then eous with the wicked (9:22). ators.-Pathfinder. ':'(:

'm \ you'll follow a add sugar. Cook, stirring occasion- "Zophar: Do ,you expect to understand -

::::. few simple sug- ally, for Vz to 1 hour, or until con- God? Put evil away ..,

gestions and use 1 serve becomes thick. (The time va- (11:7,14). Job: I know as much as \ FIRST CHOICE OF MILLIONS ,
tested recipes. ries according, the "juiciness" of you do (13:2). Your burning remarks ,. I;,, \I"/st WHO HAVE MADE IT WORLD'S ':.:;
Most of the equipment you need the fruit). Pour into sterilized jarsor are cold ashes (13:12)). I + I+I IIII LARGEST SELLER AT ben ',

for canning and preserving you will glasses and seal immediately or would like to reason it out with God 2541 :' 1 I T ,,,"'Z/nmh h ,ST.JOSEPHASPIRIN; f'

save on hand; large kettles or cool and cover with melted paraffin, (13:3). I have stated my case; I ,, ,:

saucepans, a colander, coarse Quick Strawberry Jam. am righteous (13:8)). Pert isn't he, this easily appli- '..-' {
strainer Encompassed Truth :(
wooden :
masher, wooden :
spoons, a skimmer, wide-mouth fun- (Makes 6 glasses) "The three friends have not helped qued pup, Frisky Fido! He's just Truth lies within a little and ,.:,}
him, but Job struggles on alone with one patch and his bow can be in
nel, glass jars, jelly glasses, jar 1 quart strawberries certain compass, but error is im- :
the problem. -Dr. Carl S. Knopf. the gayest, of scraps. Do a block '
covers and new,rubbers. It may be Boiling 'Water mense.-Bolingbroke. ,
Il :
Uncertainty a man die, in odd moments. Pattern 2541 1
necessary to buy a few new jars 4 cups sugar shall he live again?" ,(14:13-17). contains a diagram of block; ac- ,.j 1.j 1
each for nicked Remove from strawberriesand
year, jars are likely caps
Job, while maintaining that he
t td c.ause sp5ilage -.-':" wash thoroughly. Then; pour For
was righteous, felt that his sufferingsmust eS
Wash jars, glasses and covers boiling water over berries until wa- indicate that God was displeased -

thoroughly in soapy water, and rinsein ter is lightly tinted with pink. Drain with him. He thought he Gems of Thought

boiling water. Sterilize them just and place berries in saucepan, add might best, seek refuge in SheolR.
before using and let them remainin 2 cups of sugar, and shake over
( V. in place of "grave" in v. 13),
low[ flame until is dissolvedand OUGHT not to look back
the hot'water until you are readyto sugar the abode of the dead. But suddenly WE
mixture begins to boil. Then it is to derive
fill them. Use new rubbers ev- he turned again to the hope whichwas use-
ery year, and dip them in boiling increase heat and boil hard for 4 dear to his heart; namely, ful lessons from past errors,

water just before you put them on minutes. Reduce heat, add remain- that, somehow there must be a and for the purpose of'profitingby b

the jars. When jars or jelly glassesare ing sugar and boil hard again for 4 blessed,future life with God. dear bought experience.- .

to be filled 'with hot foods, minutes longer. Pour into jelly He asked the question, "If a man Washington.A ,

place the hot 'glasses on a clean glasses, allow to thicken, and seal die, shall he live again?" The fact man's life must be nailedto ,':

towel which has been wrung out of when cold. that he quickly lapsed into despair a cross either of Thought or, sue lonstipation

hot water.If Sunless Sun Preserves. indicates that he was not certain Action. Without work there is. to i

you have an old-fashioned gravy Take 4 cups of strawberries which that the answer to his question was no play.-Winston Churchill. Dr. Hitchcock's All-Vegetable :

boat with a spout and handle, use it have been washed and hulled and 5 "Yes." How blessed it is that we Never say you know a man till Laxative Powder an Intestinal ;;
tonic-laxative-actually tones lazy
in filling glasses cups sugar, place 1 cup berries in know, for have we not heard the you have divided an inheritance bowel muscles. It helps relieve :;
with jellies, jams heavy, saucepan and cover with 1 voice of the One who, standing be- with him.-Lavatar. that sluggish feeling. 15 doses for

and preserves. r 1 WAllow cup sugar and continue until all of fore a grave in Bethany, said, "I am Against diseases the strongest only 10 cents. Large family size 25
the jam to \ the berries and sugar have been the resurrection and the life: he that fence is the defensive virtue cents. At all druggists. '

:cool in the glasses ,1 1 \ placed in the saucepan layer by believeth in me, though he were abstinence.-Herrick.

before sealing J layer. Bring slowly to a boil and dead, yet shall he live" (John 11: Ever with the best desert goes dif
with paraffin. 1 boil gently for 9 minutes. Remove 25)? fidence.-Brown ing. ''POWDER;
When the paraffin 4, from fire and add 3 lemon
tablespoons II. Hope-"Where, then, is my
has set, wipe the juice. Let stand Next "
over night. hope? (Job 17:13-16).
glasses with a damp cloth, cover, day bring to a boil and boil gentlyan Eliphaz had again sought to set Industrial DiamondsBorts No Immunity ;
and label them. To prevent the additional 9 minutes. Remove Job him of
right accusing vanity, No vehement exist :
error can
formation of mold, store: jams, jellies from fire skim and let stand in or defective diamonds,
impatience and pride (chap. 15). in this world with immunity.-
are the most used in industrial
and establishments -
preserves a cool, dry saucepan until thoroughly'cold, then Job answered (chaps. 16 and 17) that considerable Froude. r
place. seal in hot sterilized jars. The ber- his friends were worse than uselessas ties quanti-
consumed for
. Homemade Tomato Soup. ries remain whole and retain their comforters, being so sanctimonious being mineral trueing
grinding wheels
(Makes 6 pints) natural flavor and color. in their assurance of his wick- the manufacture of wire drawingdies WINGS OF COOLNESS FOR

1 peck tomatoes (14 pounds) Chili Sauce. edness, when in fact he was only a and the sawing of hard stone. TIRED FEET THAT HURT WITH

" 1 bunch celery 4 quarts ripe tomatoes man who was on the verge of despair They are also used in glass and 7 MEXICAN HEAT. DUST HEAT ON POWDER.FAMOUS .
1 quart onions (sliced) 6 apples but still holding to his faith beveling works for'working and .t

Vz cup butter 2 onions in God. cutting glass, in optical and horo-
% cup flour 1cups brown sugar Job cried out, "Where, then, is my logical works and for machineryfor Two Fears

% cup sugar 2 cups vinegar hope-undoubtedly thus express- cutting fiber, metals and hard Men fear death as children fearto
4 to 5 teaspoons salt 1 tablespoon salt ing his bewilderment, bordering on compositions. go in the dark.-Bacon.
3A teaspoon pepper jf 3 tablespoons pickle spice complete despair. Yet do we not even

Scrub the tomatoes and celery, 2 teaspoons paprika in the question see that he still had ts-

and cut into pieces. Add the sliced Peel and chop fine the tomatoes hope? The man who has given up FREE '
onion, .and cook over a low flame apples and onions. Add the brown says,. "There is no hope"; but Job Get this ,/Jg" .

until the vegetables are thoroughlysoft sugar, vinegar continued to hope against hope, cry- For over 70 years grateful people all over the South have trusted ':
(about 1 hour). Strain. Blend \ and salt and the ing out, "Where is my hope?" know- Wintersmith's Tonic for the relief of Malaria. To convince a

together the,butter, flour, sugar, and c--J spices tied in a ing full well that his only hope was YOU,we are offering this complete,761-page Holy Bible,FREE. 1 -

seasoning, and add to the strained spice bag. Cook in God. Just mail the top from one large carton (or the tops from two
tomato mixture. Bring to boil Whatever our situation may be we
a slowly until thick
small cartons) to Wintersmith Chemical Co.,Inc.,Louisville,Ky.
and boil gently for 20 minutes, stir- stirring frequent- shall find that God is there and that

ring frequently. Seal in sterilized l ly. Remove spice we. may trust Him.
jars. To serve, combine the tomato bag. Seal in hot III. Faith-"I know that my redeemer -
soup with soup stock or milk. sterilized jars. liveth" (Job 19:23-29).
Sweet Pantry Slices. t What blessed vision and what

Send for Your of glorious faith! Job lived in the time, r
(Makes 6 to 7 pints) Copy
of Moses or before. He had no New
1 'Better '
gallon cucumbers (3 to 5 Baking.:
Testament-no old Testamentbuthe
inches long) Your homemade jams and jellies
did have God and by faith he
1% quarts white onions (sliced) will taste twice as delicious when ,
believed that God was to make Him-
% cup salt serve them with homemade biscuits
you -
5 cups sugar and rolls. You'll find temptingand self known to man here on earth as The merchant who advertises must treat '4

1 tablespoon ground ginger unusual recipes for bread and a living say Redeemer.We that we know. because we Y 0 U you better than the merchant who does
teaspoon turmeric rolls in Eleanor Howe's cook book,
2 tablespoons mustard seed "Better Baking." have the record of His coming; of not. He must treat you as though you ,
Ithe Son of God incarnate His
' ;
1 tablespoon
celery seed Mountain Muffins, Cheese Roll I were the most influential person in town.
", 5 cups vinegar bearing our sins on Calvary; of His
Scrub cucumbers and slice thin Biscuits, Peanut Butter Bread, and death and resurrection again; of His As a matter of cold fact you are. You
Hot Cinnamon Rolls; you'll find test- ascension to be with the Father and
(without paring). Add sliced onions ed recipes for these and other delicious His coming again in glory and ARE AN. hold the destiny of his business in your -
and if
and salt, crushed ice is available
baked foods in "Better Bak- hands.He knows it.He shows it.And
power. Job, however, 'had to reach you
stir in 1 which
pint aids in "
ing. Send 10 cents in coin to "Bet-
doubt and darkness to faith INFLUENTIALPERSON I
:crisping. Cover with a weighted lid through benefit by good service,by courteous treatment -
ter Baking" care Eleanor Howe 919
in life after death. How much richer
:and let stand for 3 hours. Drain, North Michigan Avenue, Chicago, ,by good value-and by lower prices.
should be faith
and add remaining ingredients.Place our "
and get your copy of this cook book
precious, stirring us to loving
over low heat, bring to the
simmering point, and simmer for 5 now.(Released by Western Newspaper Union.) I obedience and service for Christ.

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Clewiiton New The one thing of which I am con- herent affection for his fellow-man I Mrs. Paul Hite Mrs. Robert Walker FOR SALE-Shaw Du-All Tractor
The vinced beyond cavil Is that the to be always friendly" and kind he Mrs. W. T. Wheeles, Mrs. M. C. with all equipment. Cost about -

people will put up with most any- should stay out of politics. Vowel! Mrs. G. E.. Wenzloff and $300 new and will sell for ,$100.

Published every Friday In Clewiston.! thing in a politician but dishonesty.An Come next week, ..1 hope to have Mrs. A. H. Kins.;. Rev. Kent Pendleton. j,ll.u .
by the CLEWISTON NEWS.Ine. public will endure a .
Florida Indulgent with again.
communion you - ------------ -
lazy slothful and incompetent '

public official in some instances.A MISSIONARY SOCIETY HOLDS REPORT OF. CONDITION ,..' '. .
KBATHLEY DOWDBW, Editor patient and forgiving public will BUSINESS AND PROGRAM [ MEET '

tolerate a few peccadilloes on the OF ''t; ',
Entered as second class mall matter part of a politician. This same Members of the Womans Mission r -' '; t i
February 1. 1027. at the Post Office In public will make allowances for;: held combined busi- FIRST BANK OF CLEWISTON ,. <,
Clewlston Florida under the Act ot ary Society a
shortcomings of a'I
March 3, 1887.Snbeertption. many other ness and program meeting at the
''I politician and continue him In office. Report of condition of First Bank of Clewiston In Clewiston in
Year. I. But once it has become established Baptist Church Tuesday afternoon.Mrs. the State of Florida at the 'close of business on June 29, 1940.
Rate $2.00 Per that an official is not honest, the C. W. Simmons gave the devotional. .- ASSETS

Advertising Rates On Application. people ,make short shift of him Loans and discounts (Including No overdrafts) ...................?.$ 94590.17
at the polls. .' The: topic, "Cementing bonds of United States Government obligations direct and guaranteed' 79400.00
Devoted to the advancement and wel- This is one of the most re-assur- friendship with neighbors" was pre- Obligations of States and political subdivisions .................... 15480.00
fare of Clewlston and Hendry County. ing aspects of government the assisted Cash balances with other banks, including reserve balances,
E Herring,
people. So long as general public sented by Mrs. B. and cash items in process of collection -................:....... 224,805.78Bank
of'dishonesty in officeis by Mrs. C, R. Kruger, Mrs. L. premises owned $2,990.49 furniture and fixtures

condemnation C. Miller, Mrs. M. C. Doke. The $1,296.93 .................................................................'......::...._ 4,287.42 'If
,. ............. democracy will
X<<...xwXwx,-.:.: : : : : ) sure. and certain subjects discussed were "Ties that Real estate owned other than bank premises .......................... 5,389.01

work. Of course democracy shouldbe Bind", "Needy Neighbors", "Spiri- Other assets ......................._......................................................... 376.36
buttressed by something more tual Ties" and "Stories from .
RAMBLINGS. than a bare negative sort of honesty Fields." TOTAL ASSETS ..........................................................................$424,328.74 .
on the part of public officials, LIABILITIES '
By B. B. Others attending were Mrs. R.
but with this essential foundation C. Nowling -Mrs. D. B. Allen, Mrs.C. Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporalions$283,638.82;
.. assured democracy will survive.A Time deposits of individuals partnerships, and ,corporations. 57.00
; ; M. Allen, Mrs. R. J. Blount,
'x"X': X""X"w" lot of stolid, unimaginative, Deposits of United States Government (including postal savings -

humorless people with a stunted I Mrs. A. R. Broadfoot, Mrs. I. S. ) .................r................-.........................:_........................... 10,000.00
The dense foliage of the Bauhinia aesthetic sense, contend that 'the Bell, Mrs. Frank Cothern, Mrs. E. Deposits of States and political subdivisions .......................... 77652.87
tree near our screened porch lost its appreciation of M. Cornette' Mrs. H. L. Davis, Other deposits (certified and officers' checks, etc.) ............ 1249.38
shelters on its lower limb a bird public has It is Mrs. A. D. Dixon, Mrs. E. J. Vent, TOTAL DEPOSITS ..................................................$372,598.07Other ..
of little stirring campaign oratory. Mrs. Floyd Hanna, Mrs. Arch liabilities, Dividends Payable ..........._............................ 750.00
nest from which a family their thesis that the wide diffusionof ,
made their debut in Hodges, Mrs. Alex McGowen, Mrs. ---
mocking-birds learning in latter years, coupled TOTAL LIABILITIES (not including subordinated obligations

the spring.: The other day we with the myriad forms of entertain- Wj. H. Warren, Mrs. H. E. Walker shown below) ............_..___........._.............:..........................__373348.07 II
happened to note signs of life in ment that are to be found in every CAPITAL ACCOUNTS _

the nest as the leaves moved and quarter, ranging from the roadside Capital* .........................:......................................................:.......$ 15,000.00
twitched around it. Christine Kol- jook-joint to the fashionable 9mahappiLman.... Surplus _......................................................................................... 20000.00
stad shares a love of outdoor things salons of the symphony orchestras, Undivided profits ....................... __.............................u..................15,980.67T
with us, and we both watched the : caused the public to lose its once

nest a few minutes before she de- avid appetite for campaign oratory.I x3 fyFi TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS __..........._ ................:.....:...........$ 50,980.67
cided to investigate. She did. She .
her hand and found nota they are wrong.I TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS ................$424,328.74
put in have found the people of Flori-
mocking-bird but a snake. It da' eagerly responsive to the Common stock with total par value ........................................$ 15,000.00

was a harmless! little yellow rat harangue of the hustings. Our MEMORANDA
snake who was evidently making citizens are primarily interested in a Pledged assets (and securities loaned) book value) : V
himself quite comfortable in the hearing from candidates a sensible (a) U. S. Government obligations, direct and guaranteed,
pledged to secure deposits and other liabilities ....$ 49,500.00
nest. discussion of issues and records, (b) Other assets pledged to secure deposits and other
If you don't believe the story but they are not at all averse to liabilities (including notes and bills rediscountedand

go out to the commissary ware- having the address clothed in the, securities sold under repurchase agreement) .... 13,000.00e
house and- Henry Kolstad will show fine raiment of eloquent speech.

you the snake. Mr. Kolstad uses They respond eagerly to susurrant ( ) TOTAL ..........._...._...........................................................$ 62,500.00
snakes to keep down rats In the smile, thrilling trope and maving Secured and preferred liabilities:
warehouse preferring them to cats metaphor. 'In fact I think the, (a) Deposits secured by pledged assets pursuant to requirements -
since smaller less noi- ) of law......................................:.................
they are people prefer to have the harsh 62,500.00T

some, cleaner, do not have to be realities of politics presented in 0 (e) TOTAL ............................................................................$ 62500.00;
fed and can get in and out of the garb of gusty ( ?) speech.
(a) On date of 'report the required legal reserve against

places too small for a cat. ,He The only reason for the nutty /SpviNG deposits of this bank was ......................................_.....$ 74,499.61I
took the snake from our tree and notion of our dour friends that political c Elbert L. Stewart, Cashier, of the above-named bank do solemnlyswear
if we find another, he can haveit i oratory is passe is the fact that the above statement _is true, and that it fully and correctly
,- too. that so little of genuinely pleasing represents the .true state of the several matters herein contained and
I' platform eloquence is heard in set forth, to the best of my knowledge and belief.

It's almost worth the hot summer campaigns. Most campaign ,speechesare Correct Attest .E1LB'ERT L. STEWART

weather to see the Ixora bushesIn dry dull, statistical recitals of JOHN S. COTTRELL, V .
bloom this year. Whether it is records or issues. Few of 'the n R. E. KURTZ, : ,
C. V. PARKINSON, .. ._J. i'. ir: "
because the winter was so cold and dreary declamations of the' candi V'?> V." :' h : ; > "',
the summer so hot. or whether it dates of today are embellished by Clewiston Federal Directors. .-'- .?, \'. ,
State of, Florida, County of Hendry ss:
is for some other reason we do eloquent epigrams forensic flights'of
Sworn to and subscribed before me this 5th day of July, 1940
not know but these shrubsare fancy, gyrating gesticulations,
sturdy Savings and LoanAssociation and I hereby certify that I am not an officer or director of this ,bank.
at their best just now. The lair-in-the-face tossing of the head, My commission expires April 10, 19 H. '

blooms are richer and on some foot-stomping eye-bulging grimaces, BETH NALL, ,
bushes it is hard to find the leaves. or any of the other arts of the Notary Public.

We first noticed the bush in the stumper that once 'made campaign

vacant lot between the bank and oratory the delight of the multi- ; i..i...":..MNN"NNMMNNNMMN.:NNNNNNN. . :NNNNNNMI. . .NNNMNN. . :N..:..N. :..:NNN. :..:N:N:NMNNNN. . :NNNNMNMNNNMN:NMNNNNNN. . )
the American Restaurant. Charlie tudes. And its absence: I believe, .::.:.;;-.M.H.N.N.N......:.................................:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.....:..:..:..:..:..:..:.....:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:....
Miner planted many shrubs and accounts for much of the ennui and f xt

I trees there several years ago whenhe outright boredom of the people at YX A ++

was operating a drug store in nearly every political rally. XA_ XX

the building where the restaurantnow The absence of those stentorian :::.. V V ++

is. Other bushes in town stumpers of another age from the ,V ENJOY AN yy yy
that were not killed back by the hustings of today accounts, I think, ItII V '"

cold last winter are also in full for the poor attendance at political
.; bloom. It is worth driving out' to rallies and the consequent lack of :i::!: ) <<.; ,. ..' ...

the mill td- see those. planted in interest In public matters. Forty I _:_: ,.:, .rJ0.- : ALL ELECTRIC '-. ." ..t.:.'i'
the parkway there. years ago when the "Boy Orator of I .
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-"P 4" the Platte" Bryan '"Pitchfork Ben" I } ,!;.:>;,. .: : !

f The Other Half has been in the rillman, Zebulon Vance, "Sockless ". HOME .
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now and has written most Will 1 Oats, and .. ".' >- ,1." <.j; '!i..J' ; "
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.... enticing letters of the scenery and their imitators in almost every :;::: ( < ,: { _) AIrp ;.. \ ...
climate. Today the letter said "It town, made the welkin ring with *'A .z.'tl

.' was downright cold here tonight". resounding oratory r. it was not at .t'yy.:'

:.' And that settles it. We leave all uncommon for crowds of five 1:;: Electricity is the modern servant; a servant that ::::::
early Friday morning to find out and ten thousand to turn out for '
whether that, is truth or fiction. political speakings., Now, a crowd It:::;: takes care of both the work and the pleasures of the ::;::!:

We doubt'If it can be downright of more than two or three thousand H home and that will do efficiently -
one everything quickly, ::::
'cold but the boys and I are anxious exists only in the mind of the can- I ::::
" to find out. didate's : :: and :::+
i We debated between publicity man. And crowds +::+_!: economically. : y
the excitements of a train-trip and that size are the exception rather ..t..... 'Z..t'

-(i stopping the pleasure of sauntering along than the rule. : :: One penny will toast 26 crunchy slices of toast, -or ::::;:
. at Marineland, and Zoos, In these perilous times, when

and cotton-fields and peach orchardsand democracy 'is endangered as never :::!: give your eyes two hours of safe reading light or'operate **

: unbounded waterfalls.and a Our fleeting curosity glimpse is people before take it is an imperative active interest that the in ::_!::::_::. your radio for most of a day-and ELECTRICITY is :;::;:

c from a train-window doesn't satisfy their public affairs. Such an interest :ii::: one thing that gets cheaper the more of it that you use. :::!:
!Er;. _so the car won. can best be stirred up by the yt

r.:'"-" So we are*.on. our* way for a return tical oratory.of genuinely It is my eloquent hope poli-that ::_;: 9 That is why it is so easy to have and enjoy a home ::::

real Ramblings. and for the young men now in high school and ::::
*::!: that is all electric and modern. :::k
:; next two
:: or three weeks we'll only college will respond to this great : Xi
?.:;.: write you: Having a good time. and imperative need by diligently :. ?

Wish you were here. studying oratory and preparing y
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themselves to be colorful and effective .:.'t'

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serve their y
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a'FULLER'S Next to honesty, I believe the AA YY

: i people appreciate!: most in a public :: ANT-USE IT EXTRAVAGANTLY.PAGE \' ::::::
cV: V FULMINATIONS official good-nature and affability. II s XX
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He may be very homely in appeal ::::
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may illfittingand ; ':
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", :--w_: :_ : : _: M:_NM. N_: : M...MMM_: and inclined to indolence .t _
; he may .
3-: An almost continuous participation have a few bad habits. All these A.rr :.Y.

i' :.. in politics fdr .fourteen years shortcomings may, ami probably: AX ....t'.
{ has given V me a, few more or' less will be overlooked by an indulgent
' :: notions about it. Politics .is such public if a politician is obliging, I '

w''Z. V 11 'a variable fluctuating' vacillating courteous; and good-humored In his XI* Glades Power and light Co. ..ll 1

'. unpredictable quantity that most of dealings with the people. A ready, Aljl
: my ideas about it are like the beaming, infectious smile is much
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,:,,1 V advertised prices of a certain make more esteemed than a handsome hi'i'
; V of car, "subject to change without profile. A friendly greeting I"

notice." But there are a few things much. more appreciated than a Tneposse'sslng :: _____ .t..t.

taJn about of it .that I am fairly" well].]' c r. doesn't: baVQ physique.roou/jh genuine If a man In' C tY-v:..: :-: :..:-:..:-:..:- :-:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:-:-:..:..:.....:-:-:-...:..:.....:..:.;..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:...:..:..:..: :.:-.:-:..:..:..:-:..: :..:...:-.:...:...:...:..:..:..:.....:...:..:..:..'\.'.
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FRIDAY, JULY 12, 1940 THE /

Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hawkinsand Father Lawrence J. Flynn has NOTICE OF* APPLICATION FOR NOTICE OP APPLICATION. FOR_/
Delmar Hawkins spent Thurs- returned from a month's visit with (Senate Ulll No. )OS)

: day visiting Mr. and Mrs. R. D. relatives in Philadelphia. Duringhis (Senate Dill No. 103)
[ Personals j Hawkins in South Bay. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. .That
absence Father Weigel of St. Clyde Crawford, holder of Tax Certi- E. B. Hull holder of Tax: CertificateNo.
ficate No. 34, Issued the 6 day'of 214, issued the 4th day of September -
q Mrs. R. J. Lee and children, Leo conducted services at St. June A. D. 1938, has filed same in A. D. 1933, has filed same In my,
office and has made. application fora
Skippy, Linda and Jane, are spend- Margaret's Church, Clewiston, and my a office tax deed and has to be made Issued applicationfor thereon. tax deed to be issued thereon. Said

' Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Graham spent ing a few weeks at Fort Myers St. Mary's, Pahokee. Said certificate embraces the following certificate embraces the following de-
described property in the County scribed property in the County of '
the Fourth visiting in Cocoa. v Beach. i of Hendry, State of Florida, to-wit: Hendry, State of Florida, to-wit:
C.' E. Miner made a business E'/fc Gov. Lot 3 and Lots 4 and 5, All Section 16, Township 47 S
Mrs. Virginia Jordon is spendinga !Sec. 21, Twp. 43, S Rge.:'28 E. Range 31 E.
Louis Scharfschwerdt of Okeecho- trip Tuesday to Gainesville to make The assessment of the said property -
two weeks vacation with friendsin The assessment of the said property
under the
certificate issuedwas
for the entrance of under the said certificate issued was
bee spent Sunday here. arrangements ,
in the of "W. '
Jacksonville and with. her in the name of Unknown. name A. Cartier.; '
,mother .in Atlanta. his son,. Neal, into the University* Unless said certificate shall be redeemed Unless said certificate shall be redeemed -
Miss Mildred Durst spent the according to law, ,the property according to law, the property -
in the fall. Neal
of Florida
gra- described therein will be sold to the described therein will be sold to
- week-end in Miami. Mr. and Mrs. A. J.' Wiandt returned duated in June from Ocala High highest bidder at the court house the highest bidder at the court house
I door on the first Monday in the monthof
first in the monthof
door on the Monday
Monday from a visit of August 1310 which is the 5th
School. August 1940. which is the 5 day
Mrs. Blanche Turner spent the several days in Miami and Key L I of August, l'J40. day of August, 1940.

week-end with friends at Fort Myers West. Dated this 12 day of June, 1910. Dated this 5 day" of July, 1940.
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Perry, Billy
(Seal) T. HULL.
;.:. Beach. and Johnnie Perry, left Sunday for Clerk of Circuit Court of Clerk of Circuit'. Court of
Misses Christine Bell, Betty, Hendry County Florida.
Hendry County, Florida.
Waycross, Ga. Johnnie had his 5-12-19 4(. July 12-19-26, Aug. 1, 1940.(
Spicer and Mildred Durst and June 28, July 1940
.-. Mr. and Mrs., Arthur Hall were tonsils removed at a Waycross
and EdWard
Charles Roberts, Sandy
recent guests of :Mr. and MrsCecil hospital Monday morning. Mr.
attended dance at the Lake
,. Hall in Pahokee. a ,Perry and Billy returned Wednesday NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
Worth Casino on the Fourth. TAX DEED I
; and report that he is recuperating NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING OF

O. A. Jones spent the Fourth
Ted Mrs Annie Fri rson holder of Tax
Mr. and Mis.
,,;. ,.> are visiting JacksonvIlle. Mrs. Jones and Marianne Certificate No. 108-109 issued the 6 ; '
,. in Miami this week. Mrs. Keathley Bowden and sons, Notice is hereby given that,
: '. .:.. Daniels returned with him after a day of June A. D. 1938, has filed pur-
Kay and Paul Howard, are leaving same in my office and has made application suant to call of the Board of Super-
." three weeks' visit with Mr. and for a, tax' deed to be Issued visors of Clewiston Drainage District
-" : : Miss Evelyn Wester of lie Funiak Mrs Paul Briant. today to join Mr. BQwden for a thereon. Said certificate embracesthe the annual meeting of the landowners -
.- Springs is the guest of her sister, few weeks in Western North Caro- following described property in of Clewiston Drainage District
the County of Hendry, State of Florida for the year 1940 will be held at
>' ., Mrs. Herman Davis. Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Turner'and lina. Miss Ruth Knight is accom- to-wit: the office of said District, in the
1 panying them and will visit her Lots 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 Block 47 Court-. City Hall Building at Clewiston. Hendry -
Mr. and Mrs., Patrick Pollock and house square. County Florida, on Tuesday, July
Dan Beardsley accompanied children of Avon Park spent Sun- sister, Mrs. C. E. Miner, in 'High- The assessment of the said property 30, 1940 at four o'clock P. M., Eastern
Kermit Dell of Pahokee.. a visit lands, N. C. under the said certificate issued Standard Time, for the purpose of: .
day here with Mr. and Mrs. Harry was in the name of Fannie Park 1. Electing a Supervisor;
'" to relatives in Midland, Ala. Turner. Unless said certificate shall be re 2. Receiving Annual Reports and
ROYAL GROCERY EMPLOYEES deemed according to law, the property taking action with respect thereto -
' ':::. : Jesse Graham has returned to ENJOY OUTING AT BEACH described therein will be sold to as the landowners may determine -
.' the highest bidder at the ; and
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. McLendon court house
,,', ..;''-'. Jacksonville after visiting his pa- door on the first Monday in the monthof 3. Transacting such other businessas
.have as their i guests, Mrs. McLendon's 1940 come before the meet-
' : August which is the 5 day may
rents, Mr. and :Mrs. J. J. Graham. Employees of Royal Grocery of ing.Dated .
\ ': mother, Mrs. S. G. Parker August 1940. -
: Company's several stores and their July 12, 1940.
and Mrs.,. L. Wheeler of West Palm Dated this 18 day of June 1940. BOARD OF SUPERVISORS
':,-' A. W. Johnson is spending his Beach.Dr. families enjoyed a pleasant out- (Seal) WILLIAM T. HULL OP' CLEWISTON DRAIN-.
::- ,: "' vacation with his mother in Mil- ing at Lake Worth on the, Fourthof Clerk of Circuit Court of AGE' DISTRICT.

ton Pennsylvania. July. A picnic dinner was served Hendry County, Florida. By: F. D.. DUFF,
.: D. M. S.' C. Stalls President.2t.
Draughn, No. 45. 4t. June 21-28, July 5-12, 19 iO
and swimming and beach sports July 12-19. 1910.
; : and J. M.; Couse of Moore Haven
': B. C. Benson is spending several were enjoyed.
attended the meeting of the American -
'I. days with his family .at Daytona The guests included Mr. and Mrs. J.M.CQUSE
Legion Post, here Tuesday Glarees Scientifically Broken Lenses
':;ii Beach. night. G. IL. Royal and children, Larry Fitted nnd Repaired Duplicated
< ::: Counselor and Attorney Law
..' ':. and Charles, Mr. and Mrs. B. 'B. at DR. F. D. GUDBAUROptometrist
' '.. Mr. and Mrs. F.M.Rodriguez and McLaughlin, Miss Audrey McLaughlin Hopkins Building ,
Mr. Mrs. Charlie
and Oliphant,
' Wednesdays Saturdays
Miss Shirley Ruth Rodriguez spent Mr. Mrs. G. H. Brown ;
and ,
> Phone IDS 5 Collier Arcade
of Marietta, Ga., who ,are on their 9:30 to 4:00
:>r' :; Sunday at Fort Myers Beach. Marjorie and Warren, Mr. and Mrs.J. Fort Mycr, Florida
; honeymoon, are spending a few Successor to K. H. Oakley
H. Hollingsworth, Miss Louise
days with Mr. Oliphant's sister,
. -'.: 1 Foy Durrence and R. M. Hare, Hollingsworth, Frank and Jack
Mrs. R. C. Wilson and Wilson.
;':.' jr., spent the week-end at Fort Hollingsworth, Lawrence Guthrie,

: Myers Beach Mr. and Mrs. Urey Waldron have Miss Lola Royal, Adolph Driggers, Johnson's Fish CampNear MECHANICAL STRUCTURAL

' moved into the house on Esperanza of' Clewiston, Miss Gwendolyn ARCHITECTURAL DESIGNS

: :'. Cecil V. Parkinson returned Saturday Avenue, which they purchased re- Brown: Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bearden, ( Hurricane Gate) .

e ''.' ',,* from a three weeks' stay in cently: The house was formerly Mr. and Mrs. Crawford Royal of Clewiston, Fla. Maps Estimates
':i"'" ( Hot Springs. occupied by the R. J. Lee family. Lake Harbor, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Boats and l\Iotors-Guide Service

, Puckett, Mr. and Mrs. William Rates Reasonable Engineering Consultant

,;I-.,' Mrs.. A. W. Sias and Mrs. Urey Mr. and. Mrs. Jeff Breazeale, of Puckett of Atlanta, and Mr. and W. H. Johnson, ,Mgr. Hopkins Bldg. Clewiston, Fla.

. :. : Waldron were visitors in West Palm Mobile, and Mrs. Ross Lewis and Mrs. E. C. Brown of Indiantown.

:::::', Beach Wednesday.; daughter, Nadine of ,Pensacola, Several young people joined the I
. f-.j\-' "'. spent 'a few days in Clewiston this group at lunch. They were Miss

;: :. : Mr. and Mrs. Olin Waters and week With Mr. and Mrs., R. ; Y. Barbara Morrison, Bill Owen, Bob ij..j..j..J...j..j..j..j..j..j..j..j..j..j..j..j..j..j..j..jwj..jMj..:..:...:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:---:..:..:NNNNNN:..:.

m. ;" son'''spent Sunday at Fort Myers Patterson. Beardsley, Moye and Ralph Bishopof t ?
t..':.;:.. Beach. Clewfston
and Miss Edith Aly of
,t : .' Mrs. Gail Berner and Jo Anne South'Ba)' :I: AN OPPORTUNITY j
. >,", Miss Ruth' Marshall has returned Crouch spent the week-end in West i

,., ., from a two weeks' visit witn her Palm Beach. Jo Anne underwenta MR. AND MRS. OTTO LARSEN
.; : mother in Columbia, S. C. tonsillectomy at Good Samaritan GIVE HOUSEWAJIMING PARTYMr. ,

:<.:... Russell Kay of Tampa, and J. hospital recuperating-Saturday her morning home ,here.and is and Mrs. Otto Larsen en- :::: One of oldest established farms in Ever-. ::_::

,. L. Edgerton of Atlanta were visitors tertained Saturday evening. with :t: glades-25 acres A-1 Muck land-6- ::;::

in Clewiston this week. 'V. C. Woodward left Wednesdayfor a housewarming at their new homeon
*j: fruit trees-stock. '
house. Bearing
Sparta, Ga. to spend his vaca- Crescent Drive. room .
Dave Alston left this week for tion with Mrs. Their X .
Woodward who is guests included Mr. and
.. a vacation, a portion of which he her Mrs. W. H.
visiting mother. Mrs. Woodward _- Lanier, Mr. and Mrs.,
is spending at Hot Springs. will return home with her R. C. Wilson, Mr.-... and Mrs. W. :i: REASONABLY PRICED- ::

husband.Mr. C. Owen, Dr. O. F. Schiffli, Mr. .
Mr. and Mrs. Cato of

Miami visited Mr. and Jerry Mrs.' C. W. and Mr-P-E.: : ,Suther and and Mrs. Mrs Jay W.E. Moran E. Kelly, Mr., and Mr. Mrs.H. and. :: Apply at this office for details .-". ::

Simmons on the Fourth of July. children, Valerie, Marilou and Bill, C: Kolstad, Mr. and Mrs. J. x .'t'.

Qf West Palm Beach, spent Sundayhere F. Tippey, Mrs. Zerney Meredith, % i ;

G. Small and Glen Etherton were, with'Mr.. and Mrs. J. A. Mc- Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Bishop, Mr. ,.. ..i.

business visitors in Tampa Wednesday Gehee. Marilou ,remained for a and Mrs. C. >L. Downs, Miss Beatrice v ;4 f

and Thursday. visit with her-uncle- and aunt. Jacobs, Emmett Shelley, R. L. y t: J.E.Beardsley '. =i= '

/- Mrs. C. W Fuller called to Coker, jr., C. E. Miner and H. A. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Alston, Harriettand : was Bestor. .:
Carol Joy Alston are spending Atlanta last Saturday to care for :_: REAL ESTATE :::

", her daughter and son-in-law, Mr.
this week at Fort Myers iach. : .y.
and Mrs. F. E. Veltre who were .t. ,
Matt G. Reeves of injured in an auto wreck near 1I1II1111li11Jlllilm!! PALM BDi\.GEI '11II111II1iI1111II1II I I .;. JIM BEARDSLEY ART LAWRENCEMILDRED .:
Tampa was a :: ::
Griffin, Georgia, while on their way FREE SWIMMING ; BETTY SPICE'n DURST ;
business visitor in Clewiston this :::: Gulf Stream Sail Fishing = .. -.'
morning. to Clewiston to spend a few days = Sl.no Half Day
with Mr. and Mrs. Fuller. Mr. | Golf and Tennis r.Oe All Day __ .;. i_

Dr. and Mrs. Isaac O. Bishop and Veltre suffered a basal fracture of =I$1.50 Spend COUPLE Cool PRIVATE Week End HATH At _== :;:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.

Mr.. and Mrs. Ivan Burry of Fort skull but is reported out of danger. | CORTE West Palm Beach_= -

Pierce were guests Sunday of Mr. Mrs. Veltre received only minor = MEXICANA 35 and Itrondwny

II and Mrs. C..T.' Neilson. cuts and bruises. iIIIIIIII: IIIIIIIIIIllIlIilllllllllmmlllllllillllilmllllllllllllll11) !!! ! !! !IIIWjlllllllll'IIIllmllllllllllllll!!! !! aviN s :y

Safety of i
Mrs. J. S. Willingham of Moore Each Account Q 1'
Haven and Mrs.. Ward Roberts of INVESTMENT 0

Fort Myers Beach .dividends included.. u i Z
were Monday
visitors in Clewiston. SEE THE I INSURED !!t< < 1 .

:, \ Mr. and Mrs. J. Anderson of BIG NEW I' UP TO $5,000 I i i i I 1 i ys UP TOby .i

1 Fort Meade are visiting their daughter an instrumentality GQ'9 X5400.OQP !y

Mrs. E. L. Hayes and Mr. of the CORQ

Hayes. United StatesGovernment

:..''.j' Mr. and Mrs.-H. J. B. Scarnberghave S49 95 0

:. left their vacation
... on during
I. .' which they will visit in New York 'r---i p PUMP WITH .

and Boston. Under strict I Federal .

,i Miss Eva -Grantham and Miss "FLORIDA SPECIAL S Supervision.0ffering

: Libby Heffner of Orlando spent the safe investment
week-end here visiting Mr. and '

Mrs. Arthur Hall. 'n.H WASHERBY with liberal dividends. t tI

Mr. 'and Mrs. John No
Elmore haveas -- I repurchase or
their guests Mrs. Maude Ellis .( ,
AWS-13P withdrawal feescharged.
- and Vivian Ellis, of Ocala. Mrs.
y ; Ellis is an aunt of Mrs. Elmore.

Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Ward, Grace

Ward, Ruth Evelyn and Dorothy
Edwards, were Sunday visitors at Demonstration Call \

,, Fort Myers Beach.- CLEWISTON. RADIO & ELECTRIC CO. Clewiston Federal Savingsand

; ; vMr. and Mrs. B. H. Cuttino and Phone 104

;4 daughter left this week for a .

visit C. with relatives in Sumter,. S, C. Clewiston, Florida Loan Association

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Money's Worth /, 1.:.j
CHAPTER -Continued CHAPTER X ly. "On the contrary- But youneedn.'t. "Why not?" Gay folded her arms "For
goodness' sake if
boy, you .tl
-14- Robert was letting off beneath h!r head. "I can go to must whistle, whistle something <,
"They've all been especially an- Kitty Cameron lifted her eyes steam. He was so incensed yester- Daytona with Aunt Flora." decent." ,

Dad. Or maybe it from a magazine as Gay spoke to day when your Aunt Flora was here. "You couldn't, Gay!" "Do -
noying, except you expect grand
has seemed so to me because her at the door of her dressingroom. She has the ability to stir up antag-" "No, I guess you're right. Well, from your office-boy for 15 bucksa opera

John" Gay paused."Don't onism in even Robert's genial soul. I could go to Italy with Dad, thoughhe week?"
of himto "Hello!" she said. "Have you The laughter, the gaiety had gone doesn't really want me. When
be afraid to speak returned? Where's John?" out of her voice. John that
just I'm with him he thinks he should do Money talks, but it
me. drew him forward. : her contentment shattered. She never gives
"Here. Gay was things to entertain me. He's much itself !
"You're generous, Todd. "Yes, we've just returned." glanced at him guardedly, wonder- happier poking around in art museums away

"Not very." He gave a short "Hello, John! Come in. There'sa ing, he knew, what effect further and book-shops and cathedrals

laugh, quickly stilled. "Perhaps I'm photograph of the 'Gabriella' in discussion of their situation would alone." Who's Stupid .

just trying to impress you with 'Town and Country,' Gay. Todd has have upon him. He smiled, but, "David' born bachelor David Interviewer-What hate you to say r.
was a -
how well I'm taking it, to make you Merrill." her about anonymous letters? '
sold it to Tony studying expression, he knew
Graham's former wife said with-
admire me." kissed her mother. that he had Professor-They're stupid! I read : .
"Has he? Gay failed to reassure her .'
out rancor, in indulgent extenua- them but I never answer them.
"I do admire you. I have always.I "Whew, it's hot in here. May I completely."I tion. "He's always happier; alone,

feel toward you, now, just as I've raise a window?" know how it irritates you to be though when I made that possiblethe HAD REASONS '

felt any one of the hundreds of "Let me." John lifted a sash be- questioned," she said, obviously heavens fell." Her attention returned ','

times I've climbed this slope sincewe hind taffeta curtains, letting a choosing her approach with care. to the subject under discus- .......-: "t
were kids." stream of air into the softly lit, fragrant "But under the circumstances, ,
"I want to know that ';
I '
"How is that?" room. Lights bloomed throughthe Gay- are provided for, before I accept ( { \ :

"Oh, that it's fun to be with you, dusk. A few stars shone. At "We have no definite plans." the Davenports' invitation definitely. H-,,-

that I can say anything without be- : an angle he saw a freighter moving "Then you won't be married this You always have invitations."
ing afraid you'll misunderstand. I slowly on the dark surface of the winter?"

don't' wonder what you're thinking river below, trailing a brighter washof "No," Gay said and was silent. "I'll visit 'Tory in Palm Beach."

when you're silent, or watch your churning foam. "But I thoughtYou told me-" It's usually amusing there, she

reaction to every move I make. I "Br-r-r!" Kitty Cameron sat up "That Dad was wangling a place said with a forced gaiety which I
reach the fur for John in ,struck through John's heart in a
forward to
hoped, when we came through the and leaned the research departmentat
grove, that you might be coasting.It coverlet folded at the foot of the Johns Hopkins," Gay said evenly. stab of quivering pain. "I, in Palm
"You in here "Wasn't he successful? I should Beach, John, in Maine. You and
was good of you to make us welcome chaise-longue. come ) I
." glowing like mountain climbers and think that considering what his LaY Robert, cruising with the Daven-
ports. May ,we all survive!"
freeze out.
"You're welcome. He proceed to me
hesitated, then always asked, "Is there- "You invited us." Gay droppedinto Kitty Cameron regarded her "What a nice,man that was! He ., c;:

Has ?" a chair beside the chaise- daughter thoughtfully, her brow be- was so complimentary about my
anything- "
longue. "You're a hot-house blos- neath the soft waves of her amazing, I complexion.
"Nothing of any importanceJustAunt som, Kitty. Where's Robert?" hair, puckered in lines of doubt. As "He, ought to be-he sold it to
Flora. I was disappointedabout "
something hoped could hap- "Playing hand-ball at the club." v she opened her lips to speak, the you.

diffi Gay's mother lay back against cush- telephone rang. She took the instru-
And last night-it was
pen." ions, under the fur coverlet. "He's ment from the table beside the The Cure? ,

cult. distressed about his waist-line. Sit chaiselongue."Hello "Where have you been these last ",

"Don't worry about it. down, John, but not in that chair. .. Yes, darling," John ,few years?" :, :c.

"I won't any longer. This was This is the only one Robert really heard her say. "Yes, they're here. "At the university, taking medi'A:

just what I needed. Coastingsillyfun trusts." She gestured. Peach-colored John' is leaving tonight No, I cine." ." $ .p

exercise. ,Everyone has been so" chiffon in a fan of tiny pleats fell had no idea Of course I've "And did you finally get well?" -

solemn all day. Being with you- back from her rounded arm. Her told them Wait a minute ,-' ;

"I?" He laughed with a note of long, very deep blue eyes moved It's Robert," she said. "What shallI How It's Done ; .,

embarrassment in his voice "What from John to Gay. "You must have tell him? Do you want to go to "How do you afford such long holidays :">'<:a

have I done?" enjoyed the country. I expectedyou the Heron 'Club?" ?" ':,,?:

"Just been natural, and allowedme yesterday. What have you done I 1II "Shall we, John?" Gay's eyes met "Easy. One month on" the sands and ,: ', ::

to be. There's no strain in to make yourself look so blowsy, his, glancingly, clouded at what she 11 months on the rocks. _.:

being with you." Gay? Your face is as red as a to- II read in his face. .
Just in the Clubs .
"Not now," he said gravely, "but mato." "If you would like to, Gay." -

there was. You felt a sense of "Couldn't you have said as red as The constraint in his voice ended Golfer-Have you noticed any t
improvement since last
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strain last summer, after our en- a Christmas rose? You have no poetry her indecision. It was his fault, he Caddy-Had clubs year .

gagement had been announced, when in your soul. She looks as thought miserably. He had destroyed your shinedup
haven't sir
you were trying to persuade your- though she would have, doesn't she, their, plans for the evening, you, ?

self that you wanted to marry me-" John? Look at her. Peachblossomsand the plans they had made drivingin

She was silent for a moment. spun-glass and as practical as from the country this afternoon.

Then-"Was that a difficult time for a garden ''rake." I In silence he saw her raise her head. SDDES SUNBURN

you? Forgive me for asking 'but I- "Rake?" her mother queried, ?rr "We'll go," she said, too lightly, MORL1E.fiJEW

It's strange, isn't it, that you shouldbe laughing. "I don't demand a great too quickly. "Tell Robert. we'd loveto ,

the only one I can talk to? The deal of filial respect but aren't you Kitty." WORLD'S LARD. ST SELLER- at 5C- -
others-" carrying matters a little too far?" Cameron's ;'
Kitty lips' parted as
difficult ". he said in "Much too far," John said. His
"It was reply though she meant to speak. Then
Day by Day StrongerLet
to her question. "I went throughhell. laughter mingled with the feminine She laughed and lengthened her her brow cleared. Her shoulders '
laughter chiming in the dainty lux- each day find us stronger, .
stride to match his. under the peach-colored negligee
urious room. He relaxed in the ; faint I more gentle; firmer in what we ,
"And seemed so casual. made a shrugging She
chair, which looked fragile but was think is right, and more tolerant ;',
"I told you that night at the cab- I ther did for the hospital, there spoke into the transmitter.The .
comfortable, and lit a cigarette. of the opinions of others.-John
i should be of refusal. I
in,'.' he said slowly. "I thought you no question a
wanted me to be casual. I was "Thank heaven, there's "a little I "There will be an opening at the orchestra made preliminary Willis Ring.TO .

afraid that if I let you know how I chivalry left in the world. KittyCameron's : first of the year." sounds, then swung smoothly, in-

felt it would irritate you. ,It was a sparkling glance rested : "But I am not free to accept it, gratiatingly, into a waltz. The blond,

relief to know, in spite of the fuss, upon John for a moment, then turnedto I Mrs. Cameron," John said. "I'm burly young Englishman leaned CHECK I .. RIA '- <
"But haven't answered
in spite of having to accept the fact Gay. you obligated until October." across the long table toward Gay.

that you loved John. I'm gettingover my question. As a parent I demandto "Couldn't some arrangement be "This is my dance, I think," he :
know what been to.John's .
you. I've done pretty well and you've up made?" said with a slightly formal inclina-

I'm going to do better." ears are purple. "I'm afraid not." He knew 'that tion of his head. +r .6gDAYS ::' f
"We drove in with the top down, his voice the resentmenthe ,
expressed '
"' The sandy-haired man
"Oh, are you? she said so in- or rather John drove, and wecouldn't young lake ':<::t: ,
felt. He had to
no reason whom John had not met before this "'.'
that both laughed."I \
dignantly they find ear-tabs : ,
or a tippet. told himself. LIQUID OR TABLETS ,
resentful he
Gay'smother intervened. "My dance
evening '
didn't mean that, she said, Kitty Cameron shuddered. "Have- ;;' 'I,'"
had every right to make in- Gay. You promised."
when the laughter was stilled. "I n't ?" ,
you any sense quiries. But he had come to fear "Gay saves her waltzes for me," -'. ;/' r
want you to be happy. "It was marvelous, except that Nature'the TeacherGo :
the effect upon Gay, upon himself, Robert Cameron said from the end
"I shall be, if you are. Or con- John has a mania for speed which forth under the open sky and '
of further useless discussion. It was of the table. "She doesn't trust my
tent at rate. Of I've I certain list to nature's W. C.
any course being never suspected. was reference teaching.-
only by avoiding any to foot-work in anything more mod-
here with you like this is a little we'd spend his last night here in a had Bryant. '
the future that they maintained,
disconcerting. I keep thinkingThat's magistrate's office.
these past two days in the country, "What it is to be popular!" Tory I
of that. I'm "Are tomorrow?
enough glad you leaving '.
a close and intimate companionship.It Wales sighed in laughing derision
we've had, this time together. Youwon't "Tonight, Mrs. Cameron.
was his fault. The sense of in- (TO BE CONTINUED) I
keep on; trying to avoid me as "Must you, John? Gay's eyes | adequacy he felt was deeply humili- GOOD / .
you have done until now? We have clouded. The brightness dimmed out DAUO \
ating. How could he make Gay'smother STORES
Door That Sticks'Can
something left. Oh, anything I may of her face. 'Back -
understand the nature of his tJ1AGE
'' say will sound asinine, but we can "Must, Gay. I've overstayed my obligation, the impossibility of buying Be Easily RepairedDamp eomE t s,,, ,
" be friends "can't' ?" 'leave of absence al-
we by one day
; his release? Buy his release? he weather is most often the
"There's no question that. Her
thought bitterly. Gay to
,; voice was not, quite steady. "Afterall "The late sleeper, then." buy it for him- cause of sticking doors. Absorptionof so! cGoihlI1QS :
moisture results in the
"Yes he said and silent. swellingof
the years we've known each
In the silence which followed his
the framework,,and door and fre- "
IP SPdRP lt'Qe
other, the fun..we've had." "Oh, that's really too bad. KittyCameron's -
reply, he saw Kitty Cameron turn .
the varnishto
: dis quently causes paint or
, "I hope so.. 'I', don't want to lose was with a baffled expression to her soften and become ,
tressed. "I expected you to stay e7Lf
t; you entirely If there's ever anything over the week-end, at least. If I'd daughter. the door has an even margin
.- -If you need me orHe had idea-" "But, Gay- she began. along the top and bottom edges
IE, broke off with an embarrassed any "Does it matter, Mother, except to
and if the hinges are firm it will be
"What have been to Mother
you up -
- ,, laugh. "Skip, it. We'd better get John and to me?" Gay sat forwardin to plane either the hingeor ; 09
' ? Gay asked. "You've no .idea necessary
.' back to the others. chair her color
They're proba- how guilty look." heightened, lock edge. Usually it is best to
;, bly thinking things which aren't you her attitude defensive. "Other
"It's Robert." She sighed, then pea plane the hinge edge, as the hingesare
' "
: true. This slow-motion_ progress ple have had to wait. John knows
smiled. "I learned ,long ago that more easily removed and re- ADVERTIISINGADVERTISING
may appear a little incriminatingwhen surprises are usually not appreciated. best what his obligations are. If mortised than the lock. Care shouldbe

viewed from the heights." ." I'm willing toShe dropped back taken not to plane off too much

She laughed and lengthened" Eer into the chair with a short mirthless however.If .
r "Has Robert planned a surprisefor wood,
{' stride to match his. The irritations. us?" laugh. "After all the fuss there's a door is too tight on the hinge

\:. of the day no longer lay like a "He has made arrangements to been, I can't understand why you edge and binds against'the hinge .

weight on her spirits. It seemedsin- take usfor_ dinner and dancing at try to ,rush us into marriage." jamb the hinges will loosen unless represents the leadership ofa

'l'" credible, now,' 'as glowing: from, the the Heron Club." "I'm not trying to rush you into the condition is promptly remedied.

'' exercise she climbed the slope ,at "That was dear of him," Gay anything. I'm merely trying to find Where the door has plenty of nation. It points the way.
,: Todd's sid that she had allowed out, if I can, what you expect to
Y said slowly,. "but-" clearance on the lock side and the We merely follow-follow to

Aunt Flora to,annoy,her,.that in her "I told him he should consult you. do. pin seems to move slightly when
"Whatever I do needn't interfere of comfort
; unreasonable disappointment; 'she Well, don't think of it again. Rob- the door is closed, loosen both new heights of
'; hud flared ;up at ,John., She''was with your plans, Mother. You'veaccepted at the frame and insert card-
r'," ert will be disappointed and what the Davenports' invitation hinges convenience, of happiness.As .
eager to be with him again, to make he'll, say to, the others-But that's haven't ?" board under the jamb leaves along

: her partial apology complete As his predicament." "Tentatively.you But wouldn't the outer edges. If upon tightening time goes on advertis-
f they approached the lakeshe broke "The others? Is it a party?" the hinges and closing the door the
enjoy it darling. A six weeks'cruise.
: away from Todd ,and ran ahead. "Ten, I believe." Tory Wales ,No young people and the margins are more uniform and the ing is used more and more,

r; "Wait a minute!" he called.. and her fiance and Peter and Con- Davenports aren't stimulating com- pins do not move the repairs shouldbe and as it is used more we

She did not replycA': chorus of nie Belmont and-" permanent.

voices greeted her. She made laughing Gay's eyes met John's in dismay. pany."Besides which, I haven't oeea When the door has sprung inwardor all profit more. It's the way

C replies but her eyes flew to John. "We should have stayed in the invited. Go, of ,course, Mother. The outward at the hinge' edge as a advertising has-

,' He rose, at her approach, from the countryshe said. Davenports are dull but you and result of warping it will be, almost

S',: pile of blankets on which he hadbeen -"Robert wanted to something Robert enjoy yourselves whereveryou impossible to close it without exert- of bringing a profit to

&.. sitting wIth"Ellen Janewayand'r. for you/Gay: Kitty'Cameron's tone are." ing considerable pressure againstthe concerned

her guest, little Julie Lelange from held a faint rebuke."I "But what will you do?" Kitty bulging part. This difficulty is everybody

Charleston. His face brightened as appreciate that. But John's Cameron's glance, a little embar- generally overcome by putting on the consumer included

his eyes met.hers"through the ruddy last-night party!". rassed, he thought, turned"to John. an additional hinge midway betweenthe

glow of the fire. She went to him, "You've never shown any dislike "I don't suppose all of this is very other two to hold the door

smiling. for parties," her mother said mild- entertaining to John." straight.


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: IJI-'d" Events in the Lives of Little Men 10 loaf over, steam from the, kettle carpet can be made- by covering
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a ,hot oven' ,for minutes.. Dry with,hessian, felt or 'cloth.
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CHAIR PAINTED DARK next time 'I ,went'to. see the Bride,
DOWN- GREEN WITH GREEN there was the chair sitting in a
. A TOP- AND WHITE CUSHIONS corner painted cheerful '-
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The legs had been shortened, as
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That"'was all, but'the change 'was
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Legion Post- in all high schools of the Nationfor of The American Legion for pre- vention of The American Legion' at
training in the Junior and sentation to the annual conventionto Boston, Massachusetts, in September -

Senior years and that compulsory be held in Boston, Massachusetts+, 1940, that copies be furnishedto TO SELL
(Continued From Page 1)' military training in the Reserve in September, 1940, and copies be the press and that copies be
dent and Congress, which material Officers training corps in the col- Sent to the Senators and Membersof sent to our Senators' and Representatives 13 'EM, TELL

and munitions are deemed not to leges and universities throughoutthe I II Congress from the Slat of in .Congress and National 'EMWith .
'be necessary for the proper and Country be extended to four Florida.Be Red Cross. -
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adequate defense of this Nation. years. An Ad

THREE: That the Executive Com- (d) That the Congress of the IT RESOLVED BY THE EXECUTIVE '
mittee recommends a vigorous and United States be petitioned to en- COMMITTEE of the Department Is Your Subscription Paid'?

effective adequate National defense act laws which will permit the of Florida, The American -----
on the part of the people of this President of the United States as Legion, in Special meeting at
Nation that will Insure the buildingup Commander in Chief of the armed I I Orlando, Florida, on July 7, 19 10. x OTlcr'1

and preservation of armed forces forces to call into Federal Servicethe 1. That we indorse the principal Notice ishereby given that the following described lands, or so much
and material and will protect this military and naval militias of of compulsory military service [oran thereof as will be necessary to pay the amount due for taxes herein set
Nation against all aggressors, and the several stales and the Officers male citizens of tho United opposite to the same, together with the costs of such sale-and advertising,
will be sold at public auction on the fifth day of August, 1940. beginning
in order to attain such a conditionof Reserve Corps and have power to States of America between the ages at twelve o'clock noon, at the City Hall of the City of Clewiston, Florida..
National defense recommends place and make disposition to the of 18 and 65. R Y. PATTERSON,
Tax Collector, City of Clewiston.
the following: possessions of this Country for 2. That we request the Congress

(a) That complete military occupation by said forces as in his I i of the United States of America to Description Amount of .

training be immediately Installed discretion is deemed in the best I stop all immigration to this country of Land Owner ____Taxes Costs and
in Civilian Conservation Corps interest of National defense.e during the present conflict in

I Camps that the enrollees therein That sufficient National Europe, and that no further applications Lot C, Block 139- Rothrock ,.:.... ..... _- -...-_. ..- $ 6.00
so ( ) a
Lot 11, Block 201 { fceG.G. Rothrock _:: :: : _: : : :: :::: 5.05:
will be adequately and sufficiently defense demands sacrifice on the for citizenship be received. Lot 34, Block 208-Carl O Hare ..........._h-_......-...-...-.-.,._..._._......-,............_.._-...,-_._.-._-...-.... 4.10
trained to become members of of man, woman and 3. That we oppose the donationof Lot 29, Block 354-Alice G Rothrock ..._...::_....::.._.-.__.._. .......-........-..-.... 605
part every material Lot 5, Block 358-David R. Larsen .......................__--.M..-.....-....- 4.10
the armed forces of the United child of this Nation and in orderto either money or by the Lot 31, Block 358-T. E. Markettc ... .. 505
States, if and when a state of accomplish the objectives of an National filed Cross of the United Lot 16, Block 360-II.: E.: Walker ._..::..:-:::::.-.::::_:::::::::=:::::...,_.-..L.,......,... ..:-.-.-,...:::: 220:
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emergency is declared. I adequate National defense that the States to any Nation of Continental Lot 1,1'B 361-Clewiston Motor Co. :..-.:::...':::.-... "' :: ::::: 4.10:
(b) That the Congress of the Administration and the Congress of Europe which is under the domina- Lots 13, 14, Block 377-R. C. Nowling .?_..:........_._....._-_._....._.._-_...-.........-...... 38.30
tion and control of Lot 17 Block 377-R. C. Nowlinff _....,...:.__........ .
United States be petitioned to en- the United States do retrench on Germany or Lot 14, Block 409-Gene Bailey ..._...._.....,,._............-....-......-..,._..-...-.....,--......
aot a compulsory youth training expenditures which are not designed Italy. Lot 8. ; Block 495-J. W Daughtry -.............................-......,.,....,-...-.... HI
That copies of these Resolutionsbe Lot 22 Block 383-D. R McEachron ...... .
program which will insure that directly to afford such National Lot 23 Block 383-D. R McEachion .,_...?.......?-...:?-. .. ..
every boy and girl in the United defense, and where expendi- presented to the National Con 5t July 5-12-19-26, Aug. 2, 1940. ,.' fi
States will be morally, mentallyand tures are necessary to provide labor

physically equipped to protect and service for unemployed, and .
and defend this Nation if the occa- I such labor and such .service be used x ?

sion should arise, and that the only in connection with projects
organization and administration of I which are a part of the National
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this compulsory youth, training pro- defense program, and we recommend rr n
gram be placed under the military the exercise of the most rigid i
establishment of the United Statesof economy in government.


(c) That Junior Reserve Officers That a copy of this resolution be t .:
training corps units be established forwarded to National Headquarters

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