The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00694
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: August 5, 1938
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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
oclc - 33429955
notis - ACA5652
lccn - sn 95047264
System ID: UF00028415:00694
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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Remove Train DeniedClewiston's


HERE THURSDAY vice Railroad over will the continue train Atlantic and as Coast mail at pres-Line ser- HELD TUESDAY ,A. M. chine which new hyacinth-removing was recently constructed ma-- SEASON IS COMPLETEThe

by U. S. Engineers in
ent, the request of the railroad to -

If the word of the scorekeepermay discontinue the local passenger Local vegetable farmers and oth- arrived in.. the Lake Okeechobee -

be taken as final the Leans train and substitute a mixed train ers who ara Interested are planningto area this week and on Wednes- r Clewiston Golf Club, sceneof

were victorious over the Fats In a having been denied by the Florida attend the hearing to be held in day began 'the work of removinga this and year's Everglades Everglades Championship -
Railroad commission.The Handicap
nip and tuck baseball game at the Coast Line requested permission the court'room in Moore Havenby hyacinth jam in the West Palm Championship, announces through

school diamond Thursday aftern'001The I to discontinue the 'passen- officials of the Agricultural Ad- Beach canal at' Canal Point. the club professional, Don Young:

game was a scheduled nine- ger service, stating that the line justment Administration relative to The machine lifts the hyacinths the completion of its Fall and Winter -

inning affair and none of the play- I had operated this branch for sev- wages to be paid laborers on sugarcane from the water and deposits themon tournament schedule for 1938.
ers on either side '
were quite positive eral -39. -
years a loss. The proposalto
the bank
that the play stopped at nine substitute production in Florida. The exposure soon
one mixed
innings. When freight, hearing will destroys them. Four men are re- Introducing through the past
according to their passenger, mail and'express train begin at 9 a.m. next winter and
aging muscles, it felt as thoughthe to' leave Haines City at 8 a.m. and Tuesday morning, and official announcement quired to operate the large machine, official golf championships season the first
to be
eighteenth inning had arrivedit arrive in Clewiston at 3 p.m. met I from Washington states which is called a "hyacinth con- held in the Everglades, the club
was mutually agreed by both with vigorous protests from towns' "
sides to quit with the score 9-7. ,I all along the route.A I that "time and room will be givento veyor. has planned an even more intense

I all who wish to attend or It has been reported that the tournament campaign than in the
Pitching seemed to go a little I meeting was held in Haines pres-
machine past. In addition
was constructed at a cost to the above
harder with the Fats than with City early in June to consider the ent testimony.
events which will be
approximately $3,200. Federal funds run off in
the Leans for John Elmore, :M. proposal, and testimony and 'com- The hearing will be conductedby are allotted for combatting hya- order beginning the first of the

Pouncey and Glen Etherton had 10 plaints, bearing on\the request were Robert B. Tyler, G. LaGuardiaand cinths in navigable Florida streams. new year, the club has added an,
divide the mound duties for their taken under advisement
by the state
Olf 1akefield. ,' Much interest has peen shownin event of major importance, the-
team while A. L. !
Hackett went the railroad commission. ;
,Many the operation of the machine, Everglades Medal Play Championship. -
vegetable farmers
entire route for the Leans. The Residents of Clewiston and other have expressed -
which in principal is like the "hya- Play in this new attractive
Fats contend that the heat of the towns along the route are delighted their desire to attend and
cinth dipper" used by drag lineson tournament will start shortly following -
day was not conducive to the beet that their '''regular train and present testimony,' as' it has been excavation work.CLEWISTON I completion of play in the'

efforts of those burdened with sur- mail service will not be changed.POSTOFFICE proven in past years that wages i Everglades Merchants' Chamnion-
plus avoirdupois and feel that if
laborers sugar cane se'tsthe ship.
the weather is a little cooler next :
Thursday afternoon, when the teams laborers standard for wages which SCHOOLTO Opening of the tournament sched-
HERE require on vegetable plant ule will occur this month with the
engage one in mortal com-
ations. For this
: reason, the entire
running off of the Everglades Mer-
bat again, that the final results
will be considerably different. agricultural' set-up of the Everglades OPEN SEPT. 12 chants' Championship, an event
HIGHEST 3D is'vitally affected by the decision which was postponed recently in

Catching was another difficult of the secretary in regardto order to make same a part of the
job for both sides and both ths wage rates.SCHOOL FOR EIGHT MONTHSWith
CLASS and Winter tournament cam-
Fats and the Leans used two 're
paign. This meet will be sponsoredby
ceivers. Paul Bussev and F.rlI..
Everglades merchants who will
Wright for the Fats and Barney the date
I Clewiston OFFICIALS opening set as furnish all of the prizes with the
: Post Office
Thomas and Campbell Nail for tho on September 12tli,_ Clewiston schoolsare
Leans. July first was given the highest exception of the championship cup

rate in third class post offices looking forward to a full eight The opening',tournament is a flight

According to witnesses of the the rating having been based CONFER WITH WPA months term, and according'to affair with an 18 hole qualifying
game, and there and on board member C. E. Miner will be
was a big
ap- round and all entries
postal receipts for the fiscal are assured ,'..._
preciative audience, the, highlightof year staffed with as efficient and highly -
which closed on June 30th. Noticeof of threejjdays golf for their $1.00
the game was a spectacular one- DIRECTOR COLE qualified group of teachers as it ; "
,the rating has just been receivedby entry fee. Match play will start
hand running catch made by 'Bobby was possible to obtain.
Postmaster A. W. Sias. either August 21 or 28 and prizes
George in a late inning and a quick j ---- The Clewiston school will have galore will be offered. Entriesare .,
stop of a line drive by E. E. Kelly j Receipts of the' local office con- S.A; Graves superintendent --of eight 'new- teachers. Principal B now 'being received at the club ,

that robbed one of the Leans of ai tinue to, gain and indicate a steady public ,instruction, ,and L. O. Gravely E. Herring, Mrs. G. B. Thomas, Miss and qualifying rounds be

base-hit. The fact that Pop stoodon growth in Clewiston'and vicinity.The attorney for the board, are in Mae Whitten, and Mrs. J. E. Baker time.A may played -

the ball ,for some seconds after .rate of growth has increasedfor Atlanta this week conferring withH. return to the Junior and Senior any

he stopped it failed to dampen tho the past three months, although T. Cole, regional' director of High school classes. Homer E. been rigorous under rebuilding at the programhas club
enthusiasm of the crowd. No one these months usually are classed- WPA. Wakefield, jr., of Pierson, Florida, the past two months. Eight of the

came through with a home run as "off-season" months in all busI- Mr. Graves and Mr. Gravely are is the new coach and Miss Mary nine ,
greens have been either enlarged -
but Pouncey, Reddish and Yon ness activity. presenting the application for grant Montgomery of Potts Camp, Mississippi -
or entirely rebuilt, resultingin
..l :managed to make it to second base Post office receipts, which include and loan to construct the new high i will also be included in high the addition of 20,000 _
on hits before they gave out or only sale of postage stamps school building in Clewiston, and I school subjects. Both Mr.. Wake- feet of putting surface for the
Iand rent of mail boxes, increased carried with them all incidental ,
the ball went into play. papers field and Miss Montgomery como
course. All of this surface
!.I'14 percent during the first six to the application, including highly recommended.The '
Complete line-ups were not avail- l as well as the old,,has been seeded
able but among those playing with months of 1938 as compared with I plans and specifications for first grade teacher will be to extra fancy Bermuda, and an
I the same period in 1939. The first the building.The Miss Inez Lammon of Graceville
the Fats ,
were: Alston, E. E intense fertilizing program has been
half of 1938 showed receipts of board hopes that it can re- Florida. Miss Lammon has had
Kelly, Robert George, Jones Bryan, I established to bring the putting
: $4,436.41 as compared with $3- ceive favorable action immediatelyin ten :years experience as'a first
Shorty Alderman, M. W, Bigg, M. grade greens into tip-top shape for Fall
E. VonMach, Jay W. Moran, Geo. 895.42 in 1937. the Atlanta office in order that teacher and the trustees ,and board and winter activity. The fertilizing

The rate of' increase was even an approved application may be sentto feel very fortunate in
You, G, Small, Slugger Reddish securing herservices program is to be followed throughout ,
larger during the month of July. I Washington soon.WATERWAY for this
and the batteries mentioned above.I important position. the winter in order to main-

1"0-1' the Leans, Elbert Stewart, Receipts for July 1938 amountedto Other grade teachers who' have been tain Bermuda greens that will com-

Charlie Miner, C. V. Parkinson, A.I $576.90, as compared with I added this year are Miss Alice Ruth pare favorably with 'other courses -

W. $449.50 for July a year ago. This Steinholtz, Orlando, Miss
Lawrence, Parker Wilson, Joe CHARTS Evelyn in south Florida.
Schroeder, M. D. Bledsoe and was an increase of 28 percent.No Burhans, Umatilla, and Mrs. Kath-
I Due to the extremely dry season,
money order sales, or postal leen M. Wakefield
others took the field positions. The Pierson. :Miss:

game was umpired by Ed Ward I I savings deposits are considered in READY AUGUST 15 Livonia Congdon of Alva, will return it has been necessary to keep the \
the above figures. greater share! of the greens closed
and Sandy Bell who have not been this year. '

reported confined to the hospital I Post offices receive their ratingsin The colored .teachers are A. A. until they were developed enoughto
stand play. However, all of the-
as _this is printed. It has been reported July of each year, the ratings Capt. A. W. Hubers, head of the Thomas, Punta Gorda, principal, anl

Ij: thai, no errors were made being based on the postal receiptsfor Atlantic and Gulf Coast Publish- Viola Shipman, Daytona Beach, a- greens are now open for play with '
the exceptions of No. 5, which has
*V$ but that was due to the fact ,hat I the preceeding year. If the ing Company of Miami, was in sistant, in the Harlem school. Willie
just been enlarged and seeded, and
the scorekeeper did not attempt to Clewiston Post Office continues to Moore Haven yesterday morningand Mae Postelle, of LaBelle, will teach
No. 9 which was entirely rebuilt.It .
keep account of them.A gain during the remaining five stated that the new chart of the the colored school at Bare Beach
I months of L938 as it has duringthe is expected No. 9 will be opento
cross-state waterway was almost camp.
collection was taken and the past few months, it is possible I' play about August 15th and No. ,
ready and would be off .the presses
proceeds were donated to the new II
:5:; about Sept. 1st.
Baptist church. Next Thursda that next, year the office will be by the fifteenth of August and NEW SCHOOL COACH ,
's.. The club has made an additional
a second class office. I
ready for distribution. IS VISITOR HERE
game will go for the same I
purpose improvement that will prove attractive -
and it is hoped that a good crowd I -r Capt. Hubers made up the first
to golfers a new prac-
ENJOINS FENCING waterway chart and rushed it to Mr. and Mrs. Homer Wakefieldof
will be present to enjoy the fun. ,
1 tice putting green laid out im-
LEVEE NEAR MOORE HAVEN completion prior to the openingof Pearson, Florida, visited Clewis-
'mediately north of the clubhouse.
I the waterway on :March of 1937. ton this week. Both Mr. and Mrs.
A temporary injunction This will be opened also about
Scrapbook Program was Due to the necessity for speed so Wakefield have been selected as

granted to the Lykes Brothers that boats making the initial cross- 'teachers in the local school for the Sept. 1st.

Features Lake TownsA Cattle Company Saturday to pre- ing would have -a chart to follow, coming term. Club officials look confidently for- <

vent the fencing of the levee froma several things were overlooked lIr.Vakefield will serve as ward to the most successful winter

point a short ways this side of which should have been included. athletic instructor and will teach season the club has ever enjoyed.

letter from the Miami Broadcasting ,where Road 29 crosses the levee, New developments in the conditionof some high school subjects, and Mrs.

Company, operators of westward for three and a quarter the waterway since that time Wakefield will be in the grammar PRINCIPAL B. E. HERRING IS

, -_' Station WQAM, asks this paper to miles on the ground that such fending have also necessitated other changesand school department. ATTENDING SUMMER SCHOOL

announce that their scrapbook pro will prevent them taking their
this time Capt. Hubers states They expressed themselves as delighted -
gram, a regular feature, will be cattle from one, pasture to another. that he will have a complete and with the appearance of Principal B. E. Herring is spending -

dedicated on Tuesday, August 9, I The Paul H. Smith Company, detailed chart which! will answer Clewiston and with the friendly this month in Gainesville, at-

to Moore Haven and Clewis ton. contractors on the fencing, had every need for the yachtsman. reception they received. They spent i tending the second semester of the

The program' is from 11:30 to already completed the fence session at the Universityof .
on one summer
Of interest locally is that a sketch most of their time while here
" 12:00 a.m.' side of the levee over this section showing the waterway throug Moore househunting.trol Florida. He will return to Clew-

::1 f The letter states further that but had not reached it on the other Haven and the dockage and basin I iston about September first, to prepare -
: they will be glad to do -------------------------------- local
t any requests side. This gap will be left by the facilities here will be shown on I for the opening of the

: from these sections and will 1 company until some agreement is each of the two charts which It is Board has established a fundto school on the 12th.

p greet any ,who have birthdays or reached. It is expected that the necessary to print .to show the insure the distribution of these Mr. Herring recently returned

''J, anniversaries.This U. S. Engineers will provide gates waterway in clear detail. This is charts and it is expected to resultin from a trip to Mississippi, and

; station has also recently inaugurated in the fence at some point in the the only community on the water- greatly increased traffic throughthe considered taking some courses atone

a South Florida News area to allow the Lykes Company of the Mississippi colleges, but
I way so treated as this is the central waterway the coming season.
, Review in which quotations are access to their pastures. University of Florida
decided the
I point on the cross-state trip. Although work has not as yet

ii used from: the weekly papers pub I As soon as the new ,charts are been ,started OH the new wharf was the best place for his needs.Tampa's .
([ lished In the communities of South A
seven-day count of traffic
ready Capt. Hubers will commencea here the new chart and Moore
,; Florida. This'paper has been across Gandy Bridge shows that dollar Bay-
personal distribution to every Haven sketch will show this wharfas new

1 r quoted several times. The program summer travel on the West Coast yacht club in the east and every it is expected to be completed shore Boulevard was opened for

is heard on Tuesdays, Thursdays is already abreast of tourist travel entire
place where the yachting fraternitymeet. before the waterway opening.- traffic over virtually its
; k. and Saturdays at 10:05
: p.m. last October The Okeechobee. Flood Con- Moore Haven Democrat. length this week.



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Review of Current Events
AROUND Items of Interest

CHALLENGES THE N.L.R.B.Hoffman Thomas Jefferson and John HOUSE : a to the Housewife

Quincy Adams were elected by the : _

of Michigan Will Test Freedom of the Press the house of representatives. --.' _____.._ _.__ P.-- ____ .

Texas Democrats Nominate a Yankee own Thomas epitaph.Jefferson wrote his Salt Removes Odor.-To remove of dust on a bulb will reduce the

clinging fish odors from your intensity of light. Dust or dirt on

"" 'N __ -""", : "...... William Henry Harrison, hands, wash them in water to a shade will dim it.
Grant, Hayes, Garfield, Benja- which salt has been added. *

min ,Harrison, McKinley, Taft More Meringue.
:' : and Harding were all from Removing Ink Spots.-A paste cold water added to the white of

k 1I/ f; ':. Ohio, all being born there with made of starch and buttermilk a egg before beating will give a
the of
exception William Hen-
spread over an ink spot on a rug double quantity of meringue.
ry Harrison, who was born in will remove the spot. Let the \ *

Virginia, but made his homein paste remain on until it is dry, Covering for White Cake.-
then rub it off.
ripe bananas, sweetened
Howard Taft
occu- to taste
added tovwhipped cream '
4 ; ,
pied'the two highest offices in For More
Light.-Keep your makes
a good'coating for white
T \ the federal government, that of electric light bulbs and lamp cake. This can be ,served as a

President and chief justice. shades clean 'if you want to get dessert and is tasty when accomi
; the most light .from them. A film panied by coffee. f'
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i7, ,, i Gay Linens Go MexicanPattern .J New Idea That's Old .

wy :Sfoa: --, something Air-conditioning new-a is revolutionary regarded a>.

inches; 30 inches of 4J/2 inch bor-' idea made possible only by our

der and 6 motifs % by 1% inches; advanced: civilization. But in the

4 color schemes; illustrations of Texas Panhandle archeologista
stitches; materials needed. have uncovered air-conditioned

To obtain this pattern, send 15 apartment houses thousands of

cents in stamps or coins (coins 1 years 'old, ruins of a highly civ

preferred) to The Sewing Circle, I ilized ancient race.

Household Arts Dept., 259 W. 14th The air-conditioning "plant" .
David E. Lilienthal, TVA director, at left, trying to explain to, the St.,.New York City. consisted of an arrangement of ,= j
congressional investigating: committee the'methods by which TVA "yard- Please write stones
your name, ad- so placed that they could
stick" rates for power were established. Next to him is J. A. Kurg, chief dress andpattern, number plainly. deflect air current in or out of a
power'planning engineer; and at extreme right is Dr.,A. E. Morgan, the ventilating shaft. Fireplaces were

deposed head of the authority. used for heating. The archeolo-'

A UncUPktiSc gists say the race existed 3,000 to
4,000 years ago, about the time
Wivtd W. Pldc ui 1 Biblical authorities date the Exo-

Western Newspaper Union.

Hoffman Dares N.L.R.B. They were Representatives W. D. The Hero' of Modern TimesNo dus.JJMQRgL NE

MacFarlane and Morgan Sanders. one seems to have thought of !
CLARE E. HOFFMAN, Republi- -h-:: raising a monument to the man I JELLY

congressman from Michigan Third Term Boost who rustles the pay roll these L LARGE JARS 5 AND IOC
has challenged the National La- days. ,

bor Relations board in the matterof GOV. FRANK MURPHY of Mich- Will power*is that which makes
constitutional guaranties of free- Knowledge and Wisdom
told Democratic leaders of you do what you want to do when
dom of speech and of the press. He the state that Michigan must keep 6085. you don't want to do it. Knowledge is proud that he has

sent to the board' letter recalling, its mind open on the possibility of a Reading the history of civilization learned so much; Wisdom is hum-
that the body recently declared the third term for President Roosevelt. Let these motifs help you to go helps civilization little. ble that he knows no,more.-Cow-
circulation of a house speech by Said/he: "The welfare of the nation gayly Mexican. Mainly in easy a per.
outline and single stitch! Pattern So Do Its Readers
: Hoffman constituted an unfair labor and continued success of the New
practice under the Wagner act. In Deal must come first. If the success 6085 contains a transfer pattern of Every newspaper,has to be a Sir ,

the speech Hoffman declared that : of the New Deal depends on 2 motifs 41Jt by 5Vi inches; 2 mo- Galahad in many instances, and .

known communists were active in President Roosevelt running for a tifs 4% by 5V4 inches, 2 motifs 3% incidently enjoys it. Industrial Steel Buildings,

the Committee for Industrial Organ- third term, then we, must be pre- by-4V4 inches; 2 motifs 33A by 5% If the world "owes you a liv
/ ization and denounced C. I.WO it- pared for that." ing" you've got to earn it. BEAMS-SHAPES-TRUSSES
communistic meth The pleasant part of getting an PRICED TO SELL!
down, strikes as
Murphy's statement is Force in
only an-
gry with yourself is you know you Write Phone or, Wire for InformationERMANHOWELL
other indication that the third term
ods."This speech Hoffman's letter are going to make it up pretty & CO., INC.
with illus- movement is growing rapidly. Vari- good at the depths of you, soon. 332 Michigan Ave.,CHICAGOILL.
said, "was republished,
trations, by the Constitutional Edu, ous groups have petitioned the Pres- and you will discover that those If you don't see your duty'there
," cational league of New Haven, ident to run again in 1940, and Re- who surround you will be good are plenty to point it out to you.

Conn., publican National Chairman Hamilton even;,to the same depths. Therein So you had better see it! Time for Courtesy .

"I am'' now offering, and intendto says WPA Administrator Har- lies a force that has no name. A To avoid being talked about aft Life is not so short but that

\ continue to offer, to furnish tc ry Hopkins launched a third term spiritual rivalry that has no re er you leave, talk about yourselfall there is always 'time enough for
boom the other day when he asserted
including sistance.-Maurice Maeterlinck. the time you are there. courtesy.-Emerson.
any and all interested persons,
that 90 per cent of those receiving -
employees, employers, or relief would vote for Mr. Roose
r.", others, copies of this address for velt again.Of ,
circulation, at the actual cost oft fe: :;- -*
course Mr. Roosevelt says
: printing, and to' recommend that nothing about all this, but political
employees might well read this ad-
observers. seem to agree that if the
dress before' joining ;the. C. I. 0."
1940 convention does not appear
t Commenting on the: letter, Representative -
ready to get together on a candidate -
!t';;: Hoffman said that the
who would and could carryon
:: board's would the
ruling preclude the New Deal, the President might
distribution of containing
newspapers well consider it necessary for himto
7:' news items or editorials criti-
= accept another! nomination. a 1 alone of all tooth contains
cal of any organization or of activi- -ar- r "y Pepsodent powders

ties of the labor board. u remarkable Iriam!*
To Business Loans
t The American Federation of Labor Expand 0
0 There's no denying it. .Experience mum! That's important! For this remarkable
r' charged in its official organ, the CHAIRMAN JESSE JONES of the IS the best teacher. So we say, "TRY new cleansing agent-Irium-
(; American Federationist, that mal- Finance corpo- 'ry r PEPSODENT POWDER!I"See from actual helps Pepsodent to remove those dull,
;, administration of the Wagner act is ration announced a new policy for 4 experience...how Pepsodent can make masking surface-stains that may have
i ti4 threatening American democracy: forcing the expansion of business $ % =y
K';. The publication printed an editorial loans, by which /'y/ Remember,ONLY Pepsodent contains your teeth! Buy Pepsodent NowlPepsodent's !
\. bluntly accusing the National La- competitor' banks trade mark for Purified Alky Sulfate

bor Relations board of promoting will be pitted against
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the rival Committee for Industrial each other. When a -

f: Organization "which seeks to set up :i'::: a'f' loan applicant approved Hoard Old Friends wiser than this: to spend in all Fruit From Use

a dual labor movement, despite all by the RFCis The years have taught some I things else but of old friends to I In the use, not in the bare pos- I

t the social and economic waste turned .down by sweet and bitter lessons-none be most miserly.-Lowell. session, lies merit.-West.. .
which dualism involves. his local bank an

"Every agency of the governmentthat RFC agent will con-
gives status to the C. I. 0 gives tact the bank and
the same recognition," it continued. try,to persuade it to UNA and INA win over the Woman-Haters. j. I

"Surely this is not freedom for participate in the
workers to choose their own unions loan. If it refuses 1 r q>' > JfjiJV
and representatives for collective Jesse Jones the RFC agent then NOPE,YOU CAN'T Gf 't ,V WE WILL NOT/AW PLEASEWE'LL -- THERE NOW' LOOKIT!' AM!*ONE PACKAGE MAKES A WHOLE
bargaining, but union development will contact a competitor bank.
:1.; under government,patronage.: In its most optimistic monthly AN' SCARE THE' 'A\ YOU'LL LET US GO TO JELL-O ICE CREAM
..t>. ---:-.--- business survey of the year, the fed-. FISH .. rA\* POWDER WELL-EH... UH...

Texas Picks a Yankee eral reserve board said industrial \ YOUl.I MAKE
/; TEXAS Democrats in their pri- production is on the increase and .t GOT BIG IDEAS, '
b !
available data indicate
that in
>: mary selected a Yankee to be /
the index *
will show
the next governor of the state. W. a considerablerise. *y
,,., Lee O'Daniel. born in Ohio and 'r
The business summary particu- i\*
raised on a Kansas
farm, received a larly pointed out healthy business
signs, noting that
clear majority over activitity in many
11 other candidatesfor industries was on the increase con- \ ,

the nomination traseasonally.Hull --7"--- .(

which is equivalentto
election. Prods Cardenas

y. O'Daniel is a flour SECRETARY ,OF STATE HULL,
jobber. He cam- with Mexico LATER THAT DAY t r -,.
y.J1 paigned with a hill- to President Cardenas a sharp note AND JELL-O ICE CREAM A BITE...AND ITS A EXPECTED TO EAT ANY- OTHER FLAVORS TOO- a 'ZJ
J billy band and a protesting Mexico's failure to pay POWDER IS GREAT IN OMAvBEi THINS BETTER THAN AN'THEYALLTASTE (/ i.
platform that inI' for American owned farm lands that REFRIGERATOR TRAYS, GIRLS US THAT OLE BASS BUT SCRUMDIFEROUS f FTHE /
eluded the Ten Com- the Mexican government has seized. .
mandments and the Mr. Hull asked that the matter be HAVE TO TELL SURE 1A I I B05: CANT HOLD ANOTHER BIT-
Golden? Rule, ridicule _. submitted to arbitration. The sec- MOM ABOUT FT SMOOTH JOB! ,fv CAUSE JEll-O ICE CREAM POWDERIS
I'.. of professional politicians! prom: retary has in this the full approval I THE KIND THAT MAKES PLENTY'

: ise 01; a business administration and of President Roosevelt, for the ad- FOR HAND FREEZER OB AUTOMATIC
:. more liberal pensions for the aged. ministration feels that Cardenas is RETOGERATO

::. More important nationally was the endangering the "Good Neighbor" I

:: fact that ,Rep. Maury Maverick, relations between the two countries.Sen. .

':.: leader of a considerable bloc in congress Key Pittman of the senate, o, JEL O M I
I'r.:, was defeated for renomination foreign relations committee also AEAI

,i by Paul Kilday, a San Antonio backs up Mr. Hull, asserting thatif I PEO pERSTRAWBERRYvANILLAOlOfoLATE

attorney. Mexico refuses to arbitrate shewill t '
!,V. I Two other administration backers be' subject to economic penalties )
were defeated for renomination. 4 l MON -MAPLE -UKIPLAVOeEO -


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He Knew What to Do Along the Highway .

of the wild plant wealthof -o-
As the three clerks, holding a the East has vanished-gone I A safe motorist drives as if
'i 1st scared-looking fellow by the arms, into dusty history. Only, vestigesof the rest of the world is both
; ,burst into the office of the store its glorious prairie and woodland deaf and blind.
manager, one of them shouted, wealth remain to bless humanity Go through intersections only
"Here's, the thief. He's been at in boggy, rocky, unploughable when you have the right of way
it for months. What 'shall. we do places. -but remember that having
with him?" "Fortunately, some of these the right of-way is no excuse
"How much stuff has he taken are purely wild,. ;and go far to for causing an accident.
?" asked, the manager. keep Nature's love. visible. White Some motorists' idea,of Paradise -
water lilies, with rootstocks deep : Place where pedestriansare
"Hundreds ,of dollars' worth," and safe in mud, still send up run in for obstructing traf
was the reply. And sold it on the
every summer a Milky Way of
sly. And got a good price for it, fic.In
starry, fragrant flowers around
: \ a these days, on the roads,
too, he thousand lakes, and many a tuft it's a case of the survival of
*$ : The manager gazed in admira- of wild grass waves its panicleson the flittest..
3tc tion at the fellow. "Do with him? mossy rocks, and beyond reachof
Don't let
ownership of an
Why, make him head salesman at trampling feet, in company with automobile rob of
t once He's worth all the rest saxifrages, bluebells, and ferns." liteness. you your po-
y : r yK of you put together!" v -Nature Notes.

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The Clewiston News New York at 12 noon Wednesday, : of the state's tax setup.I I do not want a tariff any higher FOR RENT-Furnished upstairs

reached us in Clewiston at 1:30 I had a lot of fun with' my than necessary to ,put their pro- bedroom suitable for one or two
p.m. Thursday. Sent air mail, it candid camera, getting some good duce on a parity with Cuba, but
persons. Phone 376 or call at
Published every Friday In Clpwlston, was delivered in West Palm Beach shots of the legislators and their at present Cuba has a distinct
Florida, by the CLEWISTON 'NEWS, and came out by bus. The six ladies during the meeting-a few advantage. Florida growers and premises. F. L. Williamson. !

Inc. cents spent for that air mail stamp that are not for publication and shippers are suffering and many

bought lots of service.Too decidedly "off the record"but stand to go bankrupt this coming AGENT :
KEATHLEY BOWDEN, Editor nevertheless interesting and advan- season unless relief is given them,

tageous to have in one's pocket on it was declared. Limitation of L. B. Mershon !

Entered as second class mall matter N:N:N:N:N: :N:..:NYN: :N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:NYN:N:N:N NON) a visit to Tallahassee during the Cuban shipments will be asked also,
New York Life
February 1, 1927, at the Post Office inClewIston session. Several of the boys have it was said.
Florida, under the Act of
March 3, 1891.Snlll'lCrlptioD. Late 'r 0 Classify offered to buy them-but they'renot "Mr._ Guthrie said Florida pro- Insurance CompanyARCADIA \

for sale! ducers and shippers were united
Rate 92MO Per Year. CJ3y Russell Kay In their move for relief from the ,

Advertising Rates On Application. FERTILE FLORIDA situation brought about by the existing -
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:NYN N* NN, **N******NON***.N:M M NON NNNYNYN'If
tariff structure with respectto
fresh fruits from
and vegetables
Devoted to the advancement and wel- this column seems a bit salty: L.
Cuba and asserted that the Leagueis Furniture and Ho'mo.urnIshing'J
fare of Clewiston and Hendry County.
and breezy it will probably be' due There are in Southern Florida
going to do everything possibleto
to the fact that the Kay family is something like 4,000,000 acres of PHILCO RADIOS
help the fruit and vegetable
vacationing for the month of Aug- which suitable for the
land is most
.:..:..:.(..:..:+:..:-.:..:..:-.:..:-.:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:-.:. and industry in Florida in securing a Household FurnishingsInc.
ust in Florida's charming growing of sugar cane.
more and equitable tariff structure
world fame.d resort city, Daytona There is at least one company
RAMBLINGS. Things cannot go on as at present .
Beach.It which is doing a limited businessin
and 'producers and shippers are up BELLE GLADE, FLORIDA
has been several since that territory.Not .
in in all of Florida
':":":":":":":":":":":":":":":":":":":":+:":":0<":- our last sojurn here and the improvements long ago some 4,000 headsof arms" parts ,
he said.
that have taken placeare families were added to relief
If we had a staff artist on the
Clewiston News he would be instructed amazing. It is really "Tops"as rolls in Southern Florida.

to draw a picture of a a vacation city and no matter The utter incongruity of the pic- Corner on Cloves

dog house this morning. Maybewe what one may desire in the formof ture stirred the officials of this Nine-tenths of the world's sup

could borrow the Fort Myers recreation and entertainment, private company. ply of cloves is derived from Zan- 01 YOY.F .
They went to Washington and, zibar and Pemba, islands off the
you'll find it here. .
News Press'; they seem to keep
i approaching the Department of Ag-: east coast of Africa. The tree will
it as a handy place In which to Bathing at this time of the year not
riculture declared that they were grow on mainland, nor on COf
consign people. We want it to I is delightful and no beach in the the nearby island of Mafia.j. .
: willing to do their share toward
crawl in ourselves on occasion, and world provides better safeguardsand
achieve the objectives so
this is one of the occasions. How- protection, for alert, experienced -
ever, let if pass. eagle-eyed lifeguards are sta- loudly and persistently proclaimedby THE SAFETY OF
Mr. Roosevelt-industry must m. COUSE
tioned at frequent Intervals along SAVINGS
take up the slack of unemploymentif
"Please put something in the the entire bathing section, while Counselor and Attorney at Law
it did not want the government Share ACCOUNTSaswell
Rambling column," said Bob Beard- courteous, friendly police officers to in. Hopkins BuildingVednesda"s

sley "that will get people to work see to it that pedestrians and kid- The step sugar made this \ and Saturdays as all liberal profits
up some enthusiasm for tennis dies are .in no danger from moving proposition: 9:30 to .4:00 earned by them are fully
'' vehicles through strict yet court- ,
again. l' 'can't find anybody to IF-the authorities them
play with me. I started in at the eous enforcement of traffic regu-. permission, 'they were prepared to INSU ED *

13th place and am in number one lations. expand their facilities, equipment J. S. CAMPBELL; UP TO tJOOO FOfc EACH ACCOUNT:

place' in two weeks, and now I wishI I've a lot more to tell you about and production which naturally

hadn't people fast, Daytona, but I'll save it for a'later
challenged so.
would make them more money.In Jeweler &, WatchmakerAll Clewiston Federal
column and I want to jump
I would still have someone to play exchange, they promised to
with me." We replied that maybe back to the West Coast and tell
give employment to 10,000 addit- Kinds of Jewelry Repairs Savings and LoanAssociation
little bit about the legisla-
everybody isn't as energetic and you ional people each year for the next

tireless. However, next time you tive caucus held last week at Moon ten years, or the equivalent of Optical Repairs "

see Bob ask him to play tennis Lake Gardens, near'Port Richey, 100,000 people in all. AT CHRISTIAN'S BARBER SHOP

and watch him beam. in Pasco county. There average pay would be $100 ..
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Legislators began pouring into I per month, with house rent free.

There is no Jones family in Pa- Tampa on Friday and were enter- This proposal was turned down -- - _' --
hokee and no Smith family in Belle tained by the Hillsborough dele- cold by the government.Not ./ __ __ :: _. :>,

Glade, according to a directory gation with a dinner at the Colum- only was this proposal turned

issued recently, Everglades_ News bia, famed Spanish restaurant in down cold, but also the governmentpaid

says. We bet you could find some Ybor City. the company a subsidy of $1- '

Jones and Smiths if you hunted The next day the gang motoredto 300,000 for one year NOT to PRO- J.. k ,
for them real hard. A newspaper: Dade City where Pasco's John DUCE. ;," ,'.

reporter should have no troublein Burks did a magnificent job of Thus we have these facts: A ;; ..::1\1-: ;
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finding plenty of them. His makin' folks feel at .home, pro-- private American business firm approaches ,J! : t ;. ;, : '.. 4.
.... r.r... i'.".w.' -. x> :
trouble should be in keeping them vided a delightful luncheon at the the government with a I ../:' ':.4':'\,:.( :, -._ "'':,"')_" .. <: '{1.!'$o.J.; .

straight in his news columns. hotel in Dade City, following which proposition Ito employ the equiva- !' <.' 1.-t'.f.:'< j,. ...,. ......1i':-;...,;.,...{;"" .
: the party moved on to Moon Lake lent of lOO'.OOO people within ten :;'"0'.'' .For <"c.-....'1";I- :"'.;. ; .( ..,. -I

People used to accuse us of be- foj the caucus and an evening :.,years-if it is allowed to expand its '. 'i:> '" ')
? .
ing slow-minded so often that we dinner party which closed the en- .production of sugar. .. '. :. : : : :.\: {.,.. \
sort of got the habit of being that joyable and interesting presession.If There is overproduction of ;r' \

way. Last week, though, we heard the harmony, fellowship and sugar within the Continental limitsof '/' : I

Connie Clark call Mrs. L. M. Dur- good-will shown at this meetingis the United States, since 70 percent J + .
\ : :
rence "Duchess." And about one any indication we can look for I of the sugar we consume is 1IO:

hour afterwards remembered that one of the most constructive, intelligent imported.The ; "

her husband's best-known name is and business like legis- government says "No." :it ,

"Dutch." Which indicates that lative sessions in the state's his- then hands approximately $1,300- i .; .. PrIntIng" ; ; .;. I
our mind is speeding up a bit tory when this group settles downto 000 to the company not to rai e I

after all. business in Tallahassee next sugar. t* : ;' I

.-the spring. The 100,000 people do not get ;; ;t

,The fats and leans are hav- The selection of G. Pierce Woodas their 'jobs. The relief rolls remaia

ing a hard time finishing that Speaker of the next House, I I filled. The Cubans and the Fili- > I

baseball game. It rains every following a spirited campaign with pinos do right handsomely.Then "
afternoon and disap- New Deal has the : '
Thursday the unmitigated : '
several able men seeking the post, :
points the crowds who enjoyed gall to get up beforea : :"
; '
did not come as a surprise since '
steal bases and radio audience and American : 1t
seeing Pop Kelly say "
one after another his opponents t fir.
other interesting events of the first I have withdrawn until the actual business and industry has ::1: ; : ,.J.. .

few innings. caucus found only Leroy Collins left flopped again and that the taxpayers ,,0 : .'R, 4.'Y, ,,1 I

in the race when the ballots were must be prepared to put ..
The department of Agriculture, up another $5,000,000,000 to enable .t. ;; r.

(Tallahassee) has just issued a reprint -I cast.Both able men, both strongly the government .to prime the pumpof i-

of "Florida Fruits and Vegetables business.
afforded -
supported, the opportunity was
in the Family Menu," and -
for a split in legislative
indebted to the departmentfor TARIFF
we are
ranks with bitterness on one
a copy. You may obtain one the other, regardless of who

by writing the department re won. But to the everlasting creditof Orlando, Aug. 5-An analysis of
quest. It is most interesting anda the Cuban tariff situation, as affect-
all, victors and losers alike,
very helpful booklet.It all ing Florida's fresh fruits and vege-
when the vote was announced, MerIt
tables_ is contained in an article
joined as one in pledging their .
was so cool one day this week recently published simultaneouslyin ,. ; ?. <;i?
loyalty and support to the new *
(you may not have noticed it), that speaker and the humbleness and The Packer, The Produce News /

the Gulf stream 'was too cold formany appreciation of Wood's: acceptance and The Produce Guide-three of J'v'

of the fish and they left it the country's leading trade <
speech coupled with the good sportsmanship -
:to seek warmer waters. Sailfish and sincere congratulaions papers. The article follows: new8-1
and other varieties not usually "Thomas D.
from Collins with a motion" "Washington- Guth-I
found near shore were caught within 'o make the choice unanimous, rie secretary-traffic manager for
mile of land. and Shippers Leagueof
a lave an exhibition of harmony and the Growers
Florida, was here early this
i good will that was creditable in-
Don Young has just completedsome deed. week, conferring with Washington 1'Y

excellent work enlarging and Liberty's Pierce Wood should officials on the Cuban tariff situ-

reseeding the greens at the golf make ation as it affects fresh fruits and
a splendid speaker.
pos- ,
He he has added the United ." -'" i'M I
course. says vegetables shipped into ee.
:esses all the necessary qualifications >
20,000 square feet of putting sur-' ,and is a square shooting, States. Mr. Guthrie said that undoubtedly Y T"f, 1

face. If he really wants to be svel headed chap, who is sincerein Florida growers and .shippers -

of some help, he should( enlargethe his desire to render his state a will press for a congressional

cups. real and lasting service. investigation of the whole situationat ,

Because he worked and foughtor the next session of congress if 1Lrip 1 'trc

Si and Art have /It all figured out a sales tax at the last session, relief is' not forthcoming sooner, 1r

that if folks in Clewiston would md since ho is a Dupont man, for the reason that lowered tariffson r ;; r

just write all the letters they oughtto nany felt his entry in the speakr's Cuban fruits and vegetables '; '

write, the postoffice would easilybe % race was aimed at bettering his (under the existing reciprocal trade
raised to second class next year. position in the matter of forcing a agreements) have worked a terrible ; '

Don't telegraph, write! sales tax in the coming session.At injury on Florida producers. i.r'' The Qewifton ens: ;

the caucus, however, Wood "Florida wants a tariff on Cuban ..
) \Vords[ of wisdom from a six- openly pledged himself as: opposed produce high enough to give Flor-

year old, upon viewing the new 'o a sales tax and assured house idians at least an equal chance in i

Engineer office building. "If the members that he could be depended the markets, but with productioncosts

government don't quit spending upon to use his influence against, so low in Cuba, and becauseof

money building things, they won't rather than for it, during the low water transportation costson

have enough left to tend to their coming session, since the MurphyAct shipments from the island, the

business." has completely changed the sit- fruits and vegetables grown in

uation and the only answer now Florida cannot be laid down at a 1iL

And speaking of the post officer seemed to be a return. to the con- I price as low as those from Cuba, .

l r flwiritls l1S tlHtt !letter nailed ;in J ptitutlon ftnCpom l t? revision It VM stated( Most FIorlcfap 1 y.
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I I f...Z..t..l..tt..tt..l.l..l.<% o4j.;..:..>ij ;.<..:..;..:.<.j..>.>.j..>.>.x..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.; Enjoying a delightful steak fry R. Hall, vice president presiding : 423 were ,approved, 6,889 rejected,

: .: on the levee Wednesday evening in the absence of the president, 4,155 disposed of for other reasons,

, .. I were Mr. and Mrs. Joe Schroeder, Mrs. '\'. B. Cate. I
i with 12,227 pending as of June 30,
and Mrs. Gene Barrow
Mrs.T. .
: The Society was delighted to haveas
PER SON1\L f and, SOCIETY S B. Shelley Mr. and Mrs. Foy its guests a former president, 1938.

y : Durrence, Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Beery, Mrs. Wilfred Lockhart of West Othet statistics made public at

I, .. .t:. Ken Harris and Parker Wilson.Mr. Palm Beach. Other visitors included the state office of the Board here

. ..__.__.__.__ __ \ .. ,_ ...__.__.__.. . . _ Mrs. J. L. Merriam and today showed that 10,838 persons
.:.................... .u.u. .u.u.. .'u.u.u.u.u.u.u..,..u. .u.u... ............................ .
. . .-.-.-.-. r_ --.-.-.-.-.-.-. -.-.-. .-.-. . ; ; ; ; ; :; :; :;..;..;.;..:..:..:' and Mrs. M. M. Prewitt entertained Mrs. Hemphipp of Lake Harbor. were receiving Old Age Assistance

Mrs. J. R. Wilson' visited in Pa- L. L. Shirley of Pahokee was a with a buffet supper Fri- Mrs. I. D. Leydig had charge of when the Board took charge and

hokee this week. business visitor here Tuesday. day evening for' Mrs. James U. the devotional exercises.A that at the end of the first fiscal

Owens, who was a visitor here. splendid talk year 29,469 were on the rolls.
on India 'fa
Guests included Mr. and Mrs. JamesU. Death had claimed 1,950 of a total
Dir and Mrs. E. P. -Mutrux spent Mr. and' Mrs. Harry Turner topic for study at the
were Owens, Mr.. and 'Mrs. W. F. recent Christian of 3,018 who had been removed .
the week-end in West: Palm Beach. guests Sunday of Mrs. Turner's Endeavor conference -
I Simpson, Miss Zoe Hoover; Sidney at Rockledge for various causes.
parents Sheriff and Mrs. H. L. De- was given 'y
Hoover and Robert Kuellner. Miss The total had'increased
Laney in LaBelle.Mr. Mary Merriam who had been grant
(Wilbur Goff and W'' S. Bowden '
In attendance at the conference. from $125,240.74 to 428995.00,
were visitors Monday in Miami.
Major and Mrs. Ralph H. Col- Attending: were Mrs. I. S. Bell while the average Individual grant
and Mrs. '
M.' E. Yenawlne lins of Mobile, Alabama spent two Mrs. L. L. Ingram Mrs., J. F. Curry, had increased from $11.56 to $14.55
Mrs. A. H. King 'was a ,visitor and daughter Jean, left Sunday for
days in Clewiston the latter part Mrs. J, E. Beardsley, Mrs. J. H The following statistics for Hen-

l Tuesday in West) Palm Beach. Jacksonville to visit Mr. Yenawine's of the week. The, Collins' spent Doty, Mrs. J. J. Graham, Mrs. H. dry County for the yearly period

I .- I' parents. several years here with the U. S. R. Hall, Mrs. B. E. herring; Mrs. were released: Applications pend-

Mrs. J. E. BeardsLey and son, Engineers. They had been visiting H. C. 'Jones, Mrs. C. M. Jarvis, ing July 1, 1937, 7; applications

Bob, were visitors in West( Palm Mrs. E. L. Stewart, Mrs. N. U. friends in Miami during their vacation Mrs. I. D. Leydig, Mrs. W. H. received, July 1 to June 30, 80;

Beach Wednesday.Mr. Moorman, Miss Ollie Moorman, and and were en route, to Mobile. Lanier, Mrs. A. H. King, Mrs. E. total applications 87; total, acted

Miss Mae Lily Stone spent Tuesday C. Mills, Mrs. J. Grady Niblack, upon July 1-June 30, 54; approved -

and Mrs. F. E. Frobock: and in Arcadia. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Dumas of Mrs. I. M. Pafford, Mrs. Joseph 41; rejected, 11; disposedof

! baby were week-end visitors in Auburn, Alabama, arrived today Robbins, Mrs. C. E. Robbins, Mrs. for other .reasons, 2; applica-

West Palm Beach. I II I Mr. and Mrs. T. Smoak left for a short stay with their daughter -' R. N. Smith and Mrs. W\\ F. Simpson. tions pending June 30, 1938, 33.

I I this week for West Palm Beach Mrs. R. H.' Knight and family. Original estimates submitted to

Cliff Savage of West Palm Beach where Mr. Smoak has accepted Mrs. Knight and sons, Jimmy and the legislature and based on a

was 'a business' visitor here Tuesday I employment. Richard, spill.1 leave tomorrow with MItS. LANIER IS HOSTESS social security survey made by the

''" Mr.nand Mrs. : Dumas and will visit former State Board of Social Wel
'.. T -,_ J Mrs. G. B. Thomas and daughter, them in ,Auburn for a month. MEMBERSMrs. fare had placed the number of eli-

Mary Louise, left yesterday for a gibles at 27,304 for the state and
Miss Virginia Jordan and :Mrs. : W. H.
Frances 'Robertson have taken an visit with relatives in Safety Har !llmlllllillllm I il!!! uIIN! IIIIUIIIIIII!!! Illi I911I lmlmlrilllllmm!!! G II!! the Wednesday Lanier Afternoon entertained Bridge at 62 for Hendry county.

apartment in the Schult Jbuilding. bor. 1r WITH THE 'I Club this week. High score prize ceeded.Estimates have been largely ex

I a salad set,
was won by Mrs. G.
Mr. and Mrs. Willard F. Simpson -
Miss June, Hooker is in ;lest Church == I B. Thomas. Cut, prize a Pyrex
moved the first of the week I 1
Palm Beach visiting her aunt, Mrs. m .'skillet went to Mrs. T. B. Shelleyand
into one of the homes on the gov- ,
Charles Duffin. reservation. Lmmll Mrs. Keathley Bowden receiveda

ernment II !I! mim"mm Ill" ,dll,i II mmm! !mm !ilIII!""III Clil!mm!17 ud1St. lovely kitchen, towel for low

Herman of Miami score. LOSTBlack
Henry was a
Miss Tillie Geiger of Miami Margaret'sf Catholic Church.
business visitor in Clewiston 'Mon /IA. stuffed tomato salad and cupcakes
spent, Monday and Tuesday on busi- Mass every Sunday morning at f
were served the
day. by hostessto
ness in Clewiston. Miss Geiger is 8:30.
Mrs. Dave Alston Mrs. J. W. onyx ring, diamond inset -
district recreational director for On the last Sunday in each
Fleetwood Lanier of West Palm Ezelle Mrs. H. E. Hall, Mrs. Leslie
WPA. month. mas's at 10:30 on Wednesday evening
Beach transacted business in Clew- Miller, Mrs. I. M. Pafford Mrs.T. .
iston Monday. B. Shelley, Mrs. G. B. Thomas between Hopkins Building and
Mr. and Mrs. James U. Owens Community Church. i

spent the week-end in Miami, Mrs. Sunday School at 9:45 and Mrs. K. Bowden. residence of G. Z. Meredith.
Mr. and .Mrs.. H. J. B. Schainberg: a.m.
Owens:. returning to Washington Morning services at 11 a.m. Rev Reward, if returned to Eunice
left the latter part of the week
Sunday evening after a visit with Kent Pendleton of Fort Myers will Seventy Million Trees
for a vacation trip to the, :Elaine Meredith
v her husband here. deliver the morning sermon on

woods. Patterson Sunday. Free To LandownersFarmers I

Mrs. R. Y. and sons, Christian Endeavor
Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Miller and Monday even-
Mr.! and Mrs. Walker' Nail spent Bob and Dick, left Friday for a ing at 8 o'clock. I an' I.:...:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:NNN.. .. :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:NNI. .
visit with relatives in Pensacola. landowners in the
Sunday on a trip to the woods. >
They will be joined later by Mr. Firit Baptist Church. South will shortly have available

Mrs., Keathley Bowden and Mrs. Patterson for a vacation trip. :Sunday School at 9:45: a.m..**, approximately 70 million seedlingsfor I For Rent I!
Morning v 11 planting on eroded or
worship a.m. A non-pro-
W. F. Simpson were Saturday visitors **
Mr. and Mrs. Jones Bryan had visiting pastor will preach, on 'Sun- ductive farm land according to :
in .
Myers. ..
,f as their guests over the weekendMiss day morning. Regional Forester Joseph C. Kircher :_|::' 3 Room FurnishedI ._;. ,

Louise Bryan and Mr. P. M. B. Y. P. U. services at 7 of the U. S. Forest Service.
p.m. ::
J. L. Whitaker spent a few days :: ;
with Jacobsen of Tampa. Mr. Jacobsenis ;Wednesday evening prayer meet- These seedlings, range from slash Apartment
in Fort Myers his family this '
: ::
week. Mrs. Bryan's father, and Miss ing at the home of Mrs. W. R. pine to black locust and are being ::|_::: Hot .Water |;

Bryan is a sister of Mr. Bryan. Broaderick.The produced by the various State Forest -

Rev Services in state-owned nurs- %; Phone ::
Mr. and Mrs. Henry C. Kolstad Lloyd Mines will preach :: Box 423, or ?
Mrs. J. A. McGehee and Miss again on the '14th of this month. eries and will be distributed to the
and son, Kim, spent the week-end I 319 I
Runelle McGehee motored to West The church expects to call its pas- public at cost of production.
r at Fort Myers Beach

tt Palm Beach Tuesday to take Miss tor on the' 21st, and hopes to be Increased public interest' in reforestation .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.
Mary Lou Suther, who has been ocupying its new building by that accounts for. the large
Hal Frierson is spending his va-
their guest for the past several time. step up 'in nursery stock produced
cation in Miami, Key West and
days. and although this year's growth of
Fort Myers.Mrs. ,/
i MISS GLORIA FREEDLUND seedlings is greatly increased over

: Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Ward and I HONORED WITH PARTY that of past years, it is felt that The Clewiston Inn
Wilfred Lockhart of West
daughters, Miss Mildred and Grace the demand will be far greater than
Palm Beach is visiting friends in Salon
Wiard, and Miss Hazel Prince left Miss Beulah Guthrie entertainedat the supply. With this in view, Beauty
Clewiston for a few days.
Sunday for a week's visit in Jacksonville the home of Mrs. Gratton George Forest Service officials urge inter- Sadye Young-Manager

-b and other points In North yesterday afternoon with a cootie ested landowners to place requirements
Miss Laura Matteson left Monday announce the addition ofMiss
I Florida. ]party honoring her Miss with their State Forestersas
for a visit of a few Miss ,
1ays.with ,
Dorothy Lockhart in" Fort Myers. ---- (Gloria Freedlund of Miami. early as possible in order that Hazel PrinceTo

: Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. Lov- Cootie prizes were won by Misses pro-rated amounts may be decided
of Canal Point moved to well in advance of planting time. their operating staff. Miss
L. E. Pepe and R. C. Baird vorn Julianne Oglesby and Maxiue Doty, PI ince Invites her friends to call
Clewiston this week, Mr. Lovvorn and were boxes of powder. High In order to assist landowners on her at her new location for
spent the week-end with their with the utmost in de luxe beauty
I technical
phases of their
into' the
been transferred
families in Palm Beach. j prize, a piece of lingerie was won service. j
general office of the sugar corpor-i by Maxine Doty. Miss Freedlund, planting program a pamphlet
"Planting Southern Pines," recommending -I PLAIN SHAMPOOand ::
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Herr, and Mrs. I ation. who received a novel china figureas !SET' ....__..._____..___...._.___...._ OCI'LAIN
Patterson of West Palm Beach were guest prize, also won low score, and explaining the most I SHAMPOO, SET .75CSOAI'LESS

Mrs. D. G. Alston has returned a ,manicure preparation. successful methods of planting has I and DRY __._._._......___.__...._"...n
Wednesday visitors in Clewiston.Mr. ;
from a visit with her mother, Mrs.J. Delicious refreshments were been prepared by the Forest Ser- I : SHAMPOO! 75c

Columbus Geor- serv- vice and may be secured free by and SETSOAPICSS..__-.._._...,_....__._.....-...._.
J. Allbright in ,
ed to Misses Gloria Freedlund, Max-
and Mrs. E. C. Mills and
sons Gene and Bub, were week-end j gia. Miss Martha Nell Alston who ine Doty, Margaret VonMach, Juli addressing a card to the State For- : and DRY _.. _._..... #1.00
j accompanied her, 'remained for a ester or to the Regional Forester, I
anne Oglesby and Lee Pridgen. SET mid
visitors in Fort Myers. I
longer visit. ,' U. S. Forest Service, Atlanta, Georgia / DRY .......?...._.__....._.....-....._.....-....-".....50c
requesting the Department of .
I --- WET
Misses Clarice and Elsie Lam- Mr. and Mrs. Gideon H. Brownare I HAROLD BROADERICK'S 9TH Agriculture Leaflet No. 159. i SET .. ..... ........_.....-.-............-._........_......... 35 C
mons have returned from a visit of
in Lake Wale's. I proud parents of a baby daughter I END CURLS
two weeks
who was born Tuesday, in the Harold Lloyd Broaderick enter- STATE WELFARE BOARD GIVES I $3.50 and $4.00

Clewiston hospital. The baby has REPORT OF YEAR'S ACTIVITY!
tained a number of his friends at
0. A. Jones J. D. Bruce, jr. and PERMANENT WAVES
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Crochet were been named Marjorie Ellen and the home of his parents, ],fl'. and i

visitors Saturday in West Palm weighed 5 pounds 8 ounces. Mrs. W. R. Broaderick, Milcrest Jacksonville, August 4, (Special) j|i $5.00, $6.50, $7.50

Beach. Apartments Tuesday afternoon celebrating -I During the first year of its incumbency i $8.00Facials
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Logan and his 9th birthday. I the State Welfare Board :
Mrs. R. C. Wilson, Mrs. L. R. daughter, Sheila Foster, left Friday The afternoon was spent, in play received 06,278 applications for Old : dyes and other beauty

Oliphant, Mrs. R. C. Nowling and for Fort Myers. Mr. Logan ing games and contests. Prizes 'Age Assistance which added to the:( needs at moderate prices

Mis. C. E. Nail were visitors Fri- has been master plumber at the were won by Gladys Jackson and 8,416 pending when it was inducted ,:'

: day in Fort Myers.Mr. Clewiston Inn and the family have Buddy Trice. Harold received many into office on July 1, 1937, brought : The Inn Beauty Salon

resided here since Christmas. lovely and useful gifts. the total number' of applications to'! Unexcelled Beauty Craft

and Mrs. Hansel McDuffieand Refreshments of cake, punch and 44,694.Of i
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Wilson ac- cookies were served to the follow- the '"
daughters. Gloria and Betty, applications filed 21,- :
returned Thursday from a stay of companied Mrs. L.' R. Oliphant to ing:. Oliver and Jack Martinez,

several weeks in Georgia. West Oliphant Palm left Beach by train Sunday.for her home Mrs. Edith. D. Alice Dobbins Daughtrey Carolyn, James Robinson andA. =.y.t.:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: :..:..:..;..:..:..:+:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:: /

in Marietta after visiting here fora .
Bevely Joan Prevail Bobby Top- 1 *
Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Dickson of
a few weeks. Raymond and Mamie Trice, MEN _
Peoria, Illinois, are spending a fe I |
weeks in Clewislon on business. Mamie Johnson, David Belcher,

The Dicksons guests at the Inn. Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Hirsch left Gladys Jackson, Bobby and Dickie
are I::
Your ::
Sunday for a two weeks visit with Hanna, Doris Simmons Christine Credit Is Good I

their daughter, Mrs. C. E. Hollings- .
and Ernest Reddish, Grant ?
Mrs. Sam W. Houser left Friday
worth, in Bartow. Mrs. Hirsch will Esther Brewer, Junior Shaw, Mrs. :: :t
for West Palm Beach, where g Wear a NEW Tailored Individual
later go to Atlanta for a visit at Hanna g
Gilbert Johnson, Mrs. Floyd ,
she will the
spend remainder of
her old home before returning :;: Measure Suit While You :;:
s the summer at the Houser. home. to Mrs. Helen Dyess, Mrs. J. W.. Dugh- Pay &
Clewiston. try, Mrs. Robinson and Mrs. Fred ? ?

Rev. and Mrs. Forest C. Tayfor Topper. :*: A postcard will bring the Lake's Old :*_:

left the first of the Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Mobley, sr. --. ::
week ; Dependable Tailor Representative ::
Miami :
for Fort Lauderdale, where Rev. are spending some time LADIES AID SOCIETY MET

I Taylor will fill the pulpit of the with their son, Gordon Mobley and THURSDAY AFTERNOON ::
(, Lauderdale Presbyterian Church: grandson, Don, while Mrs. Gordon I CHAS, E. LEAR |:i

Mobley is in Jacksonville at the Aid at
during the month of August, while Ladies Society met

the regular minister! Js oq vacation. ant bedside wig| of jp J.her quits father Hit, >dReich-" .'d' Thursday the home afternoon of Mrs.' J.wth E(,. Beardgley' i

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He was a pork butcher, and he !

and his sausages had done very I
well indeed in the town-until a ,

rival came along and, by under- i

cutting and pushful publicity, !
started to take all the trade.

Butcher No. 1 was sitting in his
shop musing on what the inside ofa I

poorhouse would look like, whena

(- bright idea suddenly Struck him.

I -'z'. r., I as he could, he hurried to his-
competitor's shop and, elbowing
SYNOPSISThe ness to discuss with his host and from the outer corner of his left pointed questions regarding Locust his
way through the crowd of cus-
had remained in the library. eye across the cheek and under-the Hill and its people. ,
tomers planted dead
congregation of the Old White ChurchIn "We've been having such a nice jaw. The ear on the same side "Thought I was goin' to see; it the counter. a on
Locust Hill turns out in full force to look visit with your son ." Mrs. seemed to have suffered damageall from inside the hoosegow," ,he "
Jonathan Far 'Ere y'are Jack he
over the new preacher. exclaimed -
"ell. and there is much speculation among Marblestone beamed. "So sorry you its own. chuckled, sailing his cigarette butt in a loud voice. "That
4fe communicants as to what sort of man must go. Evelyn and I were so in- The scarred face brought no response into the fireplace with an accurate I makes the dozen."
church he will be.had Cassius recommended Brady: Dr.treasurer Farwell of the for terested Such a pity your dear from Kerney's mental collection flip. Cop down at the depot. Took

the post after hearing his baccalaureate ser wife was not spared to share your but he felt amply justified me for one of them public enemies,
mon at the graduation of Dale Farwell. his labors ." in accosting the new arrival. 1 guess."

son Lenora, who Interests is a geologist.Dale who Brady's lives alone daughter with Evelyn took up the theme as her "Lookin' for somebody, buddy?" "You told him, of course, that

his father. Dr. Farwell meets the membersof mother's voice trailed away in its "Maybe. Is this a pinch?" you were coming here?" -: -> 11
his congregation personally accepts their customary indecision."Is "That depends," was the grim re "Sure. But he trailed me all the
to be impressed by the
tributes banker's but family refuses, the Maiblestones whose Dale a good cook, Doctor Far- ply. "I like to know who folks are same. Say, Dominie Ain't it
daughter Evelyn obviously sets her cap for well?" she wanted to know. "I've that get off here. I get paid for it." about time my sidekick was showin'

are Dale.curious Meanwhile about the the mystery women of of the the town Far- been wondering if I dared drop in The eyes under the cap scanned upi'

wells' womanless housekeeping. In the privacy on you at meal time. You'd almost Kerney coolly. There was" a slight "I expected him before this."
of his room Dale has enshrined a picture have to ask me to remain, you flicker of amusement in their gray "arwelJ drew a large open-face SILOSA
of a beautiful woman." inscribed Marble-in know.". depths. watch from his pocket and studiedit
childish lettering "Elaine. The DOLLAR SAVED In feed cost is a dollar
stones invite the Farwells to dinner ,with "Of course." There was no sug- "Okay, flatfoot. I was just "thoughtfully. added to your profit. Cut feed cost with
Cassius Brady. At the dinner Evelyn monopolizes gestion of amusement in the min- startin' to pay a call on my boss." "Has he made up his mind yet TeVEsTIo booklet SILOS CANNED Write DOLLARS.: for valu J9;
ister's dark eyes. "Who's he?' what he's goin'. to _do?" Lamneck Products Inc., 618 Dublin Avenue -
"Then I think I will. I could help "Doc Farwell. Know him, do "He is going back to school. I do Columbus, Ohio.Civilized.

CHAPTER in-Continued with the dishes, at least. I'm sure you?" not know just how soon."

-4- that Dale would like to have me "I know him, all right But.. ." "The sooner the better," Pink SaharaThree
"That sounds dreadfully energet- help him. Wouldn't you?" Evelyn "Then you might show me wherehe grumbled. "Here hs \f now. Driv-

I !c. I'm sure that someone told me turned to him with a smile and' a hangs out. Trail along, if it in' up with a dame. Classy, all

you ,were studying for the ministry, flash of her white teeth. suits you." right. Get'a load of her, will you?" and a half million square

under your father," Evelyn,said., "Dale and I are old campaign- i "His church is up the next street Farwell stepped near enough the miles of sand. That is the Sahara
Dale chuckled with undisguised window to look over the smaller desert.

amusement. I man's shoulder.
Six thousand we
years ago
"Hardly! If I ever had an idea of 1Ifi "She is "the daughter of one of my might have seen it as an expanseof

becoming a preacher, I would have f v members. His dark eyes contract grassland, where flocks and

been discouraged long ago. My fa -r L I I ed a trifle. herds grazed in abundance. This
ther's too shining an example, to "Then you picked a good church. conception of the Sahara's past
Here the kid."
of thinking. comes ,
my way has been formulated as a resultof
Quick steps sounded in the hall.
"Isn't he wonderful! There'ssomething
a chance nap, taken by a mem-
The parlor door was flung and
so-so fascinating'' about open ber of Professor De Caporiacco's
Dale stood framed in the entrance.
him. Everybody's quite mad over
scientific expedition when explor-
him. Only You know, I'm V 2fr / "Pink Mulgrew! Gee, but I'm ing the Oases of Kufra. On
rather in awe of him. He looks so Ark Tz'r\ glad to see you, Pink!" Dale had the awakening, his attention strayedto

dignified and stern. Is he really?" a. little man by the.shoulders. shakinghim a series of rough scratches on

"Oh, no. I used to feel that way affectionately. the rocks forming his pillow,
about him when I was a kid," Dale / r. "Same here. But not in them which proved to be prehistoric
remarked "Of trick pants. Bad enough to go in
reflectively. coursewe
drawings of
goats, cows, .oxen,
haven't seen such a lot of each for a sissy game without dressin'You sheep, gazelles and elephants,
other these past Perhaps I look pretty fit, otherwise. Ancyou've
years. most of them depicted in the act
understand him better now. He'sa been playin' with dames, I of performing agricultural labor,
mighty shooter." see. I should have got here sooner
square testifying to the Sahara's erst-
"I'm sure he is. Have you met 'R and started ,you trainin'. while fertility.
"Dale." Farwell interposed the
many people here? Actual grindstones, flint plow-
word almost "I
sharply. imaginethat
"Almost Oh there have .
no one. ,
shares and other of
Pink would like his
to go to
been quite a few dropping in at the
Stone have been found
age man
room. Will you show him the way?
house. But father does the honors.
when in the sands round
digging ,
The minister stood without moving
"Then have friends here?
you no the Oweinat oases to the west of
after the pair left the parlor.
"Only one, you might say. I Khartoum, a region of sand-
His brows drawn into frownas
r were a
haven't seen her since I came. f storms.-Philadelphia Inquirer.
; he stared down at the rug. The
"Really? Evelyn's eyes widenedto
expression on his face did not
sudden attention. The drawl in g
t I
change until the silence was broken -
her tone vanished. "Whom are J
you by al, sound from the second floor. ? N' nu ,1
"; It was the staccato tattoo of a
"Miss Brady. I met her out
West. punching bag, vibrating under the
Lee came to the door. attack of professional knuckles.
"Oh 1 never thought ap Brush"Applicator ,

Do you mean she attended the same ers," Farwell interposed quietly. Got a high steeple. DoctorFarwell's Within forty-eight hours Locust JUST ADAH makes"BLACK MUCH iARTHFR LEAF 40"GO I

school you did? Why, how odd! You "Just the same ." Mrs. Mar- house is on the far side. Hill was mulling over a Farwell IN FEATHERS.. I

are a friend of Lee Brady. I knew blestone trying again. By the graveyard." problem that dimmed its predecessors !
she had been in college somewhere, For the first time since his arrivalin "Sounds cheerful. Thanks." completely. This new and in-

but I never supposed Then Locust Hill, the minister volun- "Wait just a minute. You mean triguing puzzle was the latest addi- !
you've known her for long time," his i'I i'i'I
a teered information regarding you work for the reverend? tion to the household.
Evelyn said. J personal affairs. "That's whatever." The little man Who was this Pink Mulgrew? i'j
"But I haven't. That's the funny "The present arrangement at the grinned impudently. "I'm his hired The fact that he had been seen

part of it. I never met her until parsonage is temporary. Our house- girl. Well., so long See you in conversing with Constable Kerney' I I

Mr. Brady came to town, com- keeper will be here shortly. And church." gave rise to rumors that Mr. Mul- I

mencement time. He heard father now I really must say good-night." Kerney stood staring after the departing grew was a sometime gangster, em-

preach the baccalaureate sermon figure as if uncertain of the, ployed by the pastor for purposesof
and introduced himself. Miss Bra- CHAPTER IV best course to When the \
pursue. reformation. Pink's sinister appearance -
dy was with him. That's when I latter vanished around the corner of made the suggestion en-

found we had been together at the Aside from more or less routine the station, the constable followed.A tirely feasible. Mulgrew must be a \ cO\
U for two years, and I never knewit. 'duties, Constable Kerney of Locust moment later, he sighted his servant.

." Hill permitted himself one diver- quarry walkipg briskly along Mar-
"Oh." Evelyn's red mouth curvedin sion. It was meeting the half dozen ket Street in the direction of Old "Pagin' Mister Fa-awell!" Qo

a smile. "Lee is a dear. We north and south-bound trains whose White. Kerney followed at a distance Pink Mulgrew thrust his head

were in high school together and schedules called for a stop within calculated to disarm suspi- into the living room. Dale was

went' to the same kid parties here. I the province of his authority.The cion. It wouldn't hurt to shadow there, stretched comfortably on the
I haven't seen so much of her late- office of the law was little, this new arrival.To couch reading a magazine. fora'NEW

ly." more than a stone's throw from the his chagrin, he saw the man "Phone, Pink?"

"Are you children getting acquainted railroad station and only pressing with the suitcase turn with a friendly "Yeah. The girl friend. Want me kind
? I thought I'd look in." business prevented the officer from wave of his paper parcel as he to dust off the clubs?" of

Mrs. Marblestone rustling into the taking; his unobtrusive stand near entered the parsonage yard. Ker- "Never mind. I'll get it." He

room to stand looking in vague per- the telegraph operator's observation ney continued his stroll, watchingthe rose and made his way out to the vacation
plexity at the two on the settee. window a few moments before each next scene from the corner of telephone. "Hello," he said briefly.

"Please sit down, Mr. Farwell," train's; arrival. his eye. He saw the door openedby "Hello," returned a cheerful THIS year, try a new vaca-
she resumed. "I can squeeze in Public buses and automobiles Doctor Farwell. The man in voice. "It's Lee Brady." tion-where it's cool, where

between the two of you-like this." would have furnished a more accurate the cap dropped his parcels and extended -. "Oh! I When did you get to there's golf, yachting, beachor
She suited action to the word. "Eve index to the town's tran- both hands with a shrill: town? 1 say! Are you going be pool bathing and every

lyn, you've been smoking. I don't sients, but the station offered a con- "Hey, Dominie!" home this afternoon? And may I conceivable recreation plus
know what, Doctor Farwell would venient method of keeping one's fin- There was no mistaking the smileof call?"
and marine
think. What do you think?" ger on' the traveling pulse. greeting on the minister's pale "If you can spare the time." Dale military pageantryat

She turned to Dale who was try- Kerney's shrewd eyes were ever face, as his own hands went out to thought he heard a suppressed history's birthplace!, The

ing to accommodate himself to what "on the alert. Nearby cities fur- clasp the stranger's. laugh. "Please do," Lee went on building and grounds are

was left of his former place. nished him with frequent "fliers" "Well, I vow!" Kerney ejaculated hurriedly. "I want you to meet the beautiful-the sea view mag- ..j.,

"I quite approve," he assured her describingwanted criminals- as he turned and retraced his nicest person in Locust Hill." nificent. There's dancing {,04 J
gravely. rogues' gallery likenesses, aliases steps in the direction of his office. Dale was "quickened by a thrill of nightly-Only a few hours

"Dear, dear. Everything's so different and, not infrequently, a mention of Jonathan Farwell smiled across anticipation as he strode on his way away. Write for rates.
these days. It's a trying tempting rewards. The constable the parlor at his guest who lolled to that afternoon appointment. He

thing to bring up an attractive acquired the knack of keeping these easily in the largest of the uphol- hadn't quite realized how eager he

young daughter. You know, whenI unfavorable portraits in the .backof stered chairs, puffing on a cigaretteand was to see Lee again. titHeadquarters
was a girl ." his mind. Locust Hill with its grinning delightedly. The min- The Brady home somehow looked

For the next hour, Mrs. Marble- quiet respectability might easily appeal ister's smile held a warmth that no the way Dale had hoped. It, stoodin for

stone dominated the conversation, to some fugitive as a peaceful Locust. Hill acquaintance had been the center of a large lawn. A W1LLIAMSBURGYorktom

familiarizing herself wholeheartedlywith haven. I privileged to see. house of drab_ brick topped by a Jamestown
her guest's past, present and This uncompromising vigilance "Pink, it does seem good to see mansard roof, its colored slates laidin
future. appeared to have met with possible you again!" patterns. A house to live in. TieCIAMBEPVLIN

When Doctor Farwell came down- results one afternoon._ Number: 406_ "No foolin'? Some nice dump." Lee came to the door. The same
stairs with Henry Marblestone, he from the North, slowed to a grinding The man called Pink looked about Lee of the bro.wn- eyes and ready

found Dale still in his corner, his halt on time. The last passengerto the parlor approvingly.uThe" old smile. Of the bronze curls.
appearance suggesting that of a wit clamber down the steps of the stuff looks pretty familiar. (TO CONTINUED

: ness enduring a cross-fire of exam- smoker was a small man who Farwell emitted one of his rare Sidney Banks,Pre,Went
ination and hoping to remember. clutched a shabby suitcase in one laughs. He had relaxed strangelyin The Happy Man
the salient points of his story. The hand and a paper parcel in the oth- this little man's presence, sit- That man is happy whom nothing OLD POINT COMFORT
minister ting low in his own chair with his makes less strong than he is; he
came to his aid by refusing
a chair. He offered the prep- er.An unprepossessing figure this long black legs outstretched and keeps to the heights, leaning upon VIRGINIAI +
hands thrust in his trouser pockets. none but himself; for one who sus-
aration of his evening sermon as stranger, looking uncertainly fall.
an excuse for taking an early leave. from under the cap drawn low over The two men chatted for a time, tains himself by any prop may

Brady, it appeared, had some busi- his thin face. A livid welt ran Pink telling of his trip and asking -Seneca.



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i SUNDAY Lesson your OJtif' vovVe 5fcdetae .

P bear this remark
I Dean of The Moody Bible Institute in mind-
j of Chicago. your
I Western Newspaper Union.
THere's no one ,wKocfcnt

Lesson for August 7 n I Snoopie : I n E>:y just be being eternally honest$k.dt

RUTH: ADVENTUROUS FAITH ........ and kind. '

LESSON TEXT-Ruth 1618.
GOLDEN TEXT-Thy people shall be my -\, d
people, and thy God my God.-Ruth 1:16. :\. :
PRIMARY TOPIC-A Girl Named Ruth. ti
I JUNIOR TOPIC-The Story of Ruth.
Ruth's Wise Choice. 00
Adventurous Faith.

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I WNU Service.
Out of the dark fastnesses of an rI '" ', .,

\. underground dungeon into the -.
brightness and warmth of God's sun- -
shine-such is the transition we make = \
when we turn from the moral and ------: ---:= @f 1af 1 -=== ====-- -= V CVO'tlftt2C1'1Q

spiritual failures of Samson to con- J.Ji1' W :

sider the lovely story of Ruth. She '1 _-- Ib-- :: the Week '
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lived in the midst of the travailsand =

the sorrows of life, in fact we
find her at the beginning of the -
book which bears her wid- Tutti-frutti Ice Cream.
name, a .
ow who has lost all that the world (Automatic refrigerator)
,.I" \'z package (scant J4 cupvanilla. ic,
would hold dear. Yet she becauseof cream powder '. '
her purity of life and devotion to 2 tablespoons sugar '
God rises higher and higher while 1 cup canned pineapple Juice r ,
2 tablespoons maraschino. cherry juice
,:.' the one of whom we spoke last I 1 cup cream, whipped
week starting with every advantage I V cup canned crushed pineapple

slipped lower and lower because 6 2 tablespoons maraschino broken cherries walnut diced meats
of his sin.
Combine ice cream powder and

Ruth was the greatgrandmotherof sugar., ,Add fruit juices very-grad
King David, and thus this Gen- T ually, stirring until dissolved.

tile woman became one of the an- I Fold in whipped cream. Turn into '

cestors of Jesus. (See Ruth 4:22: freezing tray of automatic refrigerator -

with Luke 3:22.) Many folk are ,. setting control for coldest

greatly concerned about their ances- freezing temperature. Stir when

try-one could wish that more were frozen V\ inch thick on sides and
concerned about living such lives
twice more at 20-minute intervals,
and developing such characters as adding fruits and nuts with third
will make them good ancestors.I. time
stirring. Freezing : about

Commendable Loyalty (vv., 6- 3 hours. Makes about % quart

10). __ / ice cream.

Tragic misfortune had visited (l'nplrlrht. \'. N. U. -- -

Naomi, who with her husband and Humble WorkIt
two sons had gone from Bethle-
hem to Moab in a time of famine. is a great mistake to suppose
Not only had her husband died but that the best work of the worldis

also her two sons,. who had mar- done by people of great strengthand

ried Gentile women, leaving three S SuC4A C1aRMINGci4 { great opportunities. It is un-
widows in one family to mourn to- questionably an advantage to
gether. Naomi craved, the fellow- iL Wi EZES f {E v) have both these things, but neitherof

ship of her own people in her hourof -M YLL 6tvE "IOUAK -- tR e. Ytz them is a necessity to the man
trial and arose to return to her 55 who 'has the spirit and the pluckto

own land. achieve great results.

Her departure brought out in the Some of the greatest work of
A our time has been done, by men of
two daughters-in-law the expressionof b'"r feebleness.How
kindness and loyalty which physical .

should exist' in every family but

which is all too often lacking. Her T J r Womenin

own testimony concerning these
girls of Moab is that they had dealt
"kindly" with her and with the T Their 40's

dead. That word speaks volumes.
There is so little genuine kindness Can Attract Men : <,

,' in the world. Both Orpah and Ruth E
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went with her on the way-pro- Here's good advice for a woman during her
change (usually from 33 to 52), who fears
testing their loyal purpose to go she'll lose her appeal to men, who worries
with her all the way. Thus far about hot flashes, loss of pep, dizzy spells,
R upset nerves and moody spells. .
the two sisters were not differentiated Get more fresh air, 8 hrs.sleep and if you
-but the next incident reveals need a good general system tonic take LydiaE.
-AN' you Pinkham s Vegetable Compound, mado
Ruth as the one who had an /7L especially for women. It helps Nature build
ucKe. SSI'iZ, physical resistance thus helps give more
II. Undeniable Love (vv. 11-14).
: vivacity to enjoy life and assist calming
No one could for a moment con- P yO tj U'1. N o7Q jittery nerves and disturbing symptoms that
V icei3E E iJof
.>,, often accompany change of life. WELLWORTH
demn Orpah for yielding to her 1 u tiE.E TRYING!
o u N'E-D t 4o
mother-in-law's entreaty that she Y __ ,
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return to her own people. She affectionately 0 ( n+tlysus fd
kisses Naomi and in C
tears turns "But Ruth \ :F1 LAK U MAD MOTHERS, ATTENTION! If
child has WORMS, the
clave unto her." Ac Kt ss your
rT M .
P best remedy to drive them out
Such love cannot be denied. It r
is Dr. ;Peery's "Dead Shot"Vermifuge.
is the most precious possession that
Good for
a man can have, apart from his By grown
also. 50c bottle at drug-
ups a
fellowship with God. The love of
a C. M. gists or Wright's Pill Co., 100
devoted father or mother, of a noble J
Gold St., New York, N. Y.straiaed .
helpmate, or of a little laddie or
lassie, these are the things that OWNU e Bell Syndicate.-WNU Service.

really make life worth while, that
stand out as an oasis in the desertof i

life, as a light in the darkness. I I TOLD PHOEBE I WAS WHAT DID SUE SAY

But Ruth takes one more step. KNEEDEEP TO THAT

Her kindness and loyalty, her un- IN LOVE WITH HER f O eWes quickly overtheir "
swerving love,lead on to a confes- strength if treated

sion of her faith in the true God, p with Leonardi's Golden Eye

and the declaration of an Lotion. Blood-shot,inflamma-

III. Inseparable Unity (vv. 15-18). tion and soreness are relieved

Literature knows no more beauti- ,'" without pain in one day Cools,

ful gem than verses 16 and 17. It ., heals and strengthens.

was the Great Commoner, Bryan, o ;\ LEONARDI'S

who said, "We cannot hope to con- GOLDEN EYE LOTION
tribute to literature sentence C
exquisite and thrilling as that into 350 at all Jrvggiitt

which Ruth poured the full meas- New Large SkI with Dropper-50 cents

ure of a noble heart, but we can P S.B.Leonardl & Co., New Rochelle N.T.
imitate her devotion."

The story is told of a fine young

Englishman who left his betrothed '
sweetheart to to California 53 KILL ALL
\"J;.. go dur- FLIES
ing the great gold rush. He was Plnccd
,to make fortune yga Killer attracts and kills Sir.V .
a and then
going Guaranteed, effective. Neat,
send for her. He sent her his first SHE SAID tC convenient-Cannot eplllVllnot -
) soil orinjure anything.
gold nugget. But alas, there were "I'LL PUT YOU ON MY a- Y--j 1 Lasts dealers all Harold ecason.eomers.20o at Inc ml,
none to follow and soon he becamenot WADING LIST.! 150DeKalbAveB'klynN.Y.It .
only poverty stricken but ill.
In noble sacrifice' he decided to release -

her from her promise, and 11

wrote to tell her so. She (and one .r WNU-7 31-38 ,
could almost believe her name was

Ruth) took the treasured nugget, SMALL SIZEtNE LARGE SIZE
had it made into a ring engravedas 60c ,. s .20

a gift from her to him with the

additional words "Ruth 1:16, 17." ByJ.
In due time it reached the young
man with its tender and inspiring Millar Watt l (fRA"'O Rel'

message-"Intreat me not to leave Brings Blessed
thee," and the assurance of her from aches and pains of

devotion until death. RHEUMATISMNEURITIS
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world have many more characterslike OWNU e Bell Synd1c te.-WNU Servlc Try_ bottf .. Why Suffer



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.I 'Pacific House' at '39 Fair on S. F. Bay f Farmers Should a of.BE copy IT of FURTHER this Resolution RESOLVED shall that be "i.,'

Attend published once each week for two
HearingIt weeks 1n a newspaper published In
; the City of Clewiston, Florida and a
copy thereof posted upon the lands
upon which such buildings are located.
will bo to the interest of BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that

V every vegetable farmer of Glades the owner or owners of said property
are hereby notified that if such partially -
and other counties in this
vr( ) n' ? 5fC.3.'roa .,+ :. *,. ;'" ). ,rN7y.M area destroyed buildings are not removed -
: f. di
G i.," n .... ;:" .* to attend the sugar cane'wage by them within the aforesaid
forty (40) days time that the City
**r <-T' v-' : / >iwp t hearing which is to be conducted Commission of the City of Clewistonwill
at the courthouse here Tuesday cause the same to be removed
and to pay therefor, and to charge, _
beginning at 9:00 o'clockin assess and collect the expenses thereof -
the morning as a lien against the said landor
as a claim against the owner or
While the meeting' is being owners thereof, as provided by the

conducted by officials of the Agricultural Charter Adopted of by the the City City of Clewiston.Commissionon

Adjustment\ Administration August 1, 1938.

to hear evidence to be con- K. D. DUFFJ.
/ 1 o0d J ,. S 9i .1 sidered in establishing: a just :MALCOLM W. BIGG
wage rate for sugar cane growers 151 Aug. 5, 12. _
f !l it will never-the-less affect _

vegetable- growers of the vicinityto RESOLUTIONWHEREAS

I almost as 'great an extent as
: fire has
partially burned -
the sugar cane growers indirectly. I the buildings located and situatedon

If the is the following described property
sugar company required -
in the City of Clewiston Florida:
to pay a wage rate of Lots 13, 14, 15, 1G, 17, Block 385,
and, '
a f c.. T $1.60 a day as was recently set
WHEREAS, the owners of the said
for Florida growers and must property cannot be found within the
r'M.. City and have no known agent within
at the same time provide a home
the City, and'VHEREAS.
I for the laborer, a plot for a it expedient for the
garden and meet"arious other general welfare of the City to demolish -
the remaining part of said
requirements, it is evident that buildings and clean up the premiseson
which said buildings are located,
the farmer who cannot meet
such salaries will have difficulty SOLVED, by the Commissioners of

in securing adequate labor dur- the City of Clewiston, Florida, that
the owners of said property are
ing the sugar cane harvest seas- hereby directed and required to remove -

on.' And it is at the time when the said buildings from said
property within forty (40) days here-
I the cane is being harvested, that of.BE .
Here is the colorful "Pacific IJtcuse" to be erected at the 1939 Golden Gate International Exposition, the greater part of the vegetable IT FURTHER, RESOLVED thata

I on Treasure Island in San Francisco Bay. History, culture and customs of the nations of the'Pacific will be of the Everglades is also published copy of once this each Resolution week shall for two be
dramlti ul tter The building will rise oa the edge of onq of the picturesque lagoons on Treasure Island harvested. weeks in a newspaper published in

---- J being the City of Clewiston, Florida, and a
Ample room and timo will be copy thereof posted upon the lands

Wharf Work To or other metal. Turpentine far- SAFETY COUNCIL MAKES provided for all farmers wishingto upon which IT FURTHER such buildings RESOLVED are located.BE that.

I mers in the naval stores region, APPEAL FOR HELP attend and be heard at the the owner or owners of said propertyare

Start In 3 Weeks therefore, nofind. theirsmall hearing and everyone' of them ally hereby destroyed notified buildings that if are such not parti-removed -

worked-out timberan asset rather Realizing ,that SAFETY is every- should make their plans to at- by them within the aforesaid
liability forty (40) days time, that the City
than because it be
--- a can ones job, and desiring that every- tend. Commission of the City of Clewistonwill

An official of the Okeechobe sold to the pulp mills. As soon one participate in the work Chair- cause the same to be removedand
to pay therefor, and to charge,'
Construction Company, low bidderson as a new crop of trees has been man Wendell Heaton
of the Florida assess and collect the expenses thereof -
the new wharf here and othersin started among a stand :of worked-: Safety.Council is making an appealfor Rust Mites Menace as a lien against the said landor
as a claim against the owner or'
Clewiston and Okeechobee, and out timber it is good forestry '100,000 members.
Mr. Heaton owners thereof, as provided by the
at present engaged* in repairing and practice \o cut the workedouttrees stated that he did not desire any- New Citrus Crops Charter of the City of Clewiston.
Adopted by the City Commission
re-sodding a section of levee in this to permit a normal develop- one to contribute large funds but on August 1, 1938.

vicinity, stated this week that he ment of the new crop. Worked- he wanted 100,000 members at 25 F. D. DUFFJ.
out trees frequently stand dense Lakeland, Fla., July 27-A warn- A. McGEHEE
expected construction work .on the cents each. In other words, he' MALCOLM W. BIGG

wharves to begin in about three that some of them must be removed feels that every family should take,I ing to citrus growers to be on the R. Y. PATTERSON
watch for rust mite damage was 152 Aug. 5, 12.Good.
weeks with another crew handlingthe before the area can reproduce. out a membership to help carry'on '

work than 'that a present em- Forest owners profit when they the work (Safety is everyones I issued today by the Florida Citrus

ployed here. He was unable to cut worked-out timber for pulp- business) in order to ,carry out the I I Commission. VV.V.. Hubbel, head

say which of the new wharves wood not only from the cash income program, of the council and supply of the better fruit department of

would be started first.-Moore Ha- they receive for otherwise value- the 2,000 schools and 12,000 I Commission. said today that reports -
from the Commission's field
ven Democrat. less trees but also because the teachers with safety material. It FarmLand
and from and ship-
areas thus cut are released for a is estimated that a 25 cent agents, growers
indicated that rust mites
A. C. new crop of trees that will makea ship will carry on this member-I pers,
L. Official '
Sees were working rapidly, in spite of
rapid growth. Forest industries contributed without sending out I
rains, and that serious
benefit by using this stagnant tim- solicitors. heavy
Use For Worked TreesCut damage to the quality of the com
ber because an equivalent amountof Last year the Florida Safety

rapidly growing timber is reserved Council sent to practically every ing crop was. threatened in all for Rent '
sections of the State. All growersare
worked-oat turpentine tim- to increase for future use I school in the state over one-half
urged to watch their crop
and because the land is releasedto million pieces of !literature. This
ber will release a new tree crop, closely, and to spray or dust immediately -
grow new tree crops, at least a literature included safety playa,
A. E. Wackerman, Industrial For- if this insect is seen in
portion of which, will be pulpwoodfor songs, -posters, reading material,

ester, Seaboard Railway said re- future needs. how to teach safety, plans for the I appreciable/"numbers.

cently. According to the Line's "It has been estimated, by the organization of junior safety councils -[ ,r

forestry authority, working long- Forest Survey that over a million and school boy patrols, in fact I Mudfish Bury Themselves

leaf or slash pine trees for naval and a half cords of pine timber 'all kinds of safety material was African mudfish bury themselvesin TrespassersWill

that has yielded fully of its resin given absolutely free. The Council the earth whenever the pond in

stores involves placing faces on the is released as worked-out timber never charges for any of its mater- which they live dries up and await Be

trees with a sharp' cutting v tool, each year by naval stores opera- ial or its services.In the rainy season.
known as a hack, beginning at !
the last 30 days over '100 ProsecutedClewiston
tions. It is good forestry to cut

their bases and'gradually working I and use this worked-out timber summerschools have been supplied RESOLUTION

upward as the horizontal streaksare wherever it retards the growth of with packages of safety material
in WHEREAS, fire has partially burn-
cut every few days. I
new crops of trees." absolutely free. Safety is an all-' ed the buildings located and situatedon
After from three to five years, year-round job. 'I I the following described propertyin

on the average, the faces reach the the City of Clewiston Florida:
Not does the council
l. only supply I Lot 21, Block 377,
maximum height for economical LET'S ,EAT the schools with safety material and, .
working and are abandoned. Frequently WHEREAS, the owners of the said
and but have visited
speakers over I property cannot be found within the
two faces .are worked on 100 civic clubs including luncheon City and have no known agent within
the Eggs are one of the most, reliable the City, and'VHEREAS Realty AndDevelopment
same tree at the same time, Hit
clubs clubs
federated p.1
of year round foods. Theirs womens it is !expedient for the
is large enough, or a second or T. A. groups, the American general welfare of the City to demolish -
"back face" may be worked after ason is everlasting. But in a Posts and Conferences and the Jr.l I the remaining part of said
and clean the
buildings premiseson
great number ,of homes eggs are up
the first face is abandoned. When C. of C. The Florida Safety Coun- which said buildings are located,
tree cooked in one or two or three ways, NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RE-
a has been worked to the
cil is the clearing house for
and usually served at breakfast. SOLVED, by the Commissioners of CorporationL
point where there is no room for safety information in Florida and the City of Clewiston, Florida, that
additional faces and the existing Sometimes, deviled, they are'an the owners of said property are
will send free material to
addition to the picnic basket. Eggs. gladly hereby directed and required to remove -
faces have reached their maximum.. all the'said buildings from said L
are used freely in cakes and piss property within forty (40) days here-
height for practical working, it it The organization has been sup
and to stimulate other desserts and
abandoned for naval stores pur- ported by subscription from a few
dishes, yet not often does the
poses and is known as a worked of the larger firms and corporationsin
housewife turn an egg over in her J
out turpentine tree. the state who are interested in
hand and wonder what special dish I \\t ; '(,
"Much of the worked-out timber safety as they know how it has M
she could that would fea-
is either too small above the face;: I I prepare helped their industries by reducing ?jo '
ture it prominently so that other -
or too scattered to permit its utilization accidents and creating safer work- tI
Ingredients would be simply a partof
for saw logs. The worked ing conditions for their employees. ';
out trees usually are nearly girdle background. Won't you help make Florida IIUI'

by the abandoned turpentine face: Baked potatoes form an excell- and your community a safer placein

and frequently are severely fin ent background in the following which to live by joining the (S'{ \

damaged and, as a rule, grow bu recipe to be served in hot weatheron Florida Safety Council and mailing : >

a negligible amount, barely enougl a meatless menu. Cottage cheese them 25' cents for you and each ,

to remain alive. Such stagnan salad, sliced tomatoes, bread and member 'of your family. You can '", "

timber occupies large areas of fo; butter and a drink complete a mail your subscription to the Flo- I ,

est land, preventing or limiting th wholesome, easily prepared, deli- ida Safety Council, Tampa, Florida. ., "

establishment of new tree crop! cious meal. ;,
that would otherwise rapidly ma :Nest Eggs Ocean iieptus date/we Mme ;
ture into merchantable Umbel More than three-quarters of the a
Bake large, smooth irish pota
Worked-out turpentine trees, therefore ocean's floor is deeper than 1.1
toes until done and from
have long been a major prob remove miles; over a half lies between 2.3 '
oven. Cut in half lengthwise and Bachelors may choose to exist in :
lem in. keeping southeastern forests and 3.4 miles. Besides, there are

productive, because they oc, scoop out a considerable portionof locations, called "deeps," where apartments and rented houses but ,
the center, forming hollow suf-
below the '
the bottom lies miles
cupy land to the exclusion of six ;
new ,
the :
crops of timber" the Seaboard ficent to hold a small or medium surface. In these radium is highly DIRECT YOUR FAMILY deserves happier :

expert saidRecently sized egg. Arrange in shallow concentrated.Add REDUCh10 and richer life that a real home
baking pan. Butter the cavity then 1-oa"

established pulp ani break a raw egg into the center. l I N plsn of your own will provide. Our safe '. ;',

paper mills throughout the South, Top with salt, pepper, bits of butter whoje raw egg, salt and pep IS and economical home financing plan .;

however have created a marketfor and flecks of. American cheese. per and mix thoroughly. This can ,,rpECONOMICAL "

pulpwood and practically all Cook in' slow oven until egg is be used at once or stored in the can help you own YOUR HOME. t/
of the ,
worked-out turpentine pines set and top slightly browned. refrigerator for another time. When

are merchantable for this purpose. What potato has been removed ready to use, form into small, flat Federal '

Even those portions of the trees from the shells can be mashed round patties, dip In slightly beaten C'ewiston Savings .-:. ,

with faces can frequently usedif I thoroughly and mixed with chopped egg, then into cracker crumbs

: they are not burned and charred I cold meat or ham, chopped celery I and fry: In hot fat until nicely and Loan Association

and; If they do not contain nails and a sprinkle of), finely cut parsley, browned,

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