The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00746
 Material Information
Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: August 4, 1939
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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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: UF00028415:00746
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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I Contract Let For New School Buildin1 I

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U. S. Engineers Call Construction Work To

Largest Crowd In County Drainage' Unit HeadsIn

History Attends Market Meeting MondayThe Start Early Next Week


Opening On Wednesday U.another S. Engineers hearing have on pro-announced Property ,Owners Aid Paul Bussey's Bid Is

work in the Okeechobee-
posed new'
RefundThe Accepted By School
In Debt
--------- Urged
0 ------------- Caloosahatchee project to be held

l Auction Sale "Is next Monday, August 7 in the engineer -
First Kiwanians Discuss. Board Tuesday -
sub-office at Clewiston but .
I aid of property owners in
r I unlike the hearing held last Week
Voted Success By Market OpeningPresident this one will not be a public h ar- negotiations for refunding the seventeen "
I various million dollar indebtedness Paul Bussey, local building con-
! ing. Only the heads of the

Cattlemen drainage units in( the Evergladeshave of the '>Everglades, Drainage District tractor, was awarded the contract

A. Wi. Lawrence and been invited to present testi- will be sought by the district board for construction of the new Clewis-

I Vice-President, R. M. Bishop, both mony. I ton school building at the regular
4-LaBelle of supervisors It was announced
I ,LaBelle, Aug. played
attendants at the opening of the The district engineer Col. Lewis meeting of the county school 'boardin
host Wednesday. to the largest this week following a meeting In
cattle market at LaBelle earlier in I H. Watkins,_ called the meeting last LaBelle Tuesday and Mr. Bussey
crowd gathered at one time in the
the day, were urged by fellow Ki- week in Clewiston and while it was West Palm Beach at which all of states that work on the foundationwill
history of the county when 7,000
wanians Wednesday evening to givea well attended he appeared disap- the members of the board were begin early next week.
j visitors from all sections of the
report on the opening. pointed that there was no concrete present.A The Lakeland firm of Ellis, &
state came to help celebrate the
Both agreed that it was one of plan presented for work in the Janes submitted the low bid ,on
opening of the new state livestock meeting has been called for
the biggest crowds ever assembled area., While the various ones giving the construction when the bids were
and produce market. The Hendry In Hendry County and that the cat- testimony could show that the work August 15 in the criminal court opened a month ago but the con-
County Chamber of Commerce
spon-I tle market offered a chance for a was needed without question they room of the Palm Beach county tract could not be awarded at that
sired the day's entertainment and
nothing was left undone to make real development in the west side presented no tangible plan and in- courthouse at, 10:00 a., m. to whichall time because of a technicality pre-

the occasion a great success. Cattlemen -I of the' county. They praised) those suffiicent data as to the economic interested district landownersare venting the sale of the bonds. The

from this section collected who had taken part in the plans benefits to be derived which would Invited. The purpose of the board decided at this meeting that

checks totaling $5,928.22 representing for the celebration and commended offset the added cost of the project.A meeting will be to select a com- Mr. Bussey's bid, while not the lowest -

the sale of 383 calves, cows and them for arranging every detailso higher water table is wantedby mittee of property: owners to advise was the best bid submitted. The
successfully. Their only criticismwas money; from the sale of the bonds,
steers while 14 horses went under the majority of the landownersbut the board members in their negotiations -
that so many cattle, offered for $33,792 was received and depositedthe
the hammer for $1,090. The auction no data was presented'to show with creditors. No refund-
I sale, failed to bring the price ex- first of the week and all impedi-
I followed a 's riM1 of talks by how much higher it would be necessary ing plan will be submitted at the

some of the state's most prominent pected by the owner and.we. to keep the 'lake level, how meeting. ments in the path of constructionof

; officials in agricultural educational withdrawn but agreed that aftera much water is necessary to properly This is the first time that prop- the much needed building were

and political life, and a dance which few sales this ''would probably be irrigate the cultivated lands and to erty owners have been formally at last removed. ,
corrected as soon as the owners be- uncultivated the asked 'to cooperate with the district The new building will be located
flood the
began at !9) p. m. climaxed the day'sactivities lands, or
accustomed to the auction ) Just south of the present building
came more economic benefits to be derived commissioners.. Negotiations have

method of, selling.J. which must, of necessity, be greater been underway with bondholders facing on Osceola Street which
W. C. Evans, president of the short talk forms the short south of
I E. Beardsley gave a boundary
than tube costs of the required engineering for a number of :years and an R.
chamber of commerce was masterof on feeding of beef cattle and exhibited work, strengthening of F. C. Commitment for refundingthe the school block. It will have an

ceremonies' and the program ahedd of hegari which he levees etc. indebtedness has been securedon over-all length of 78 feet 8 inches

opened at 10 o'clock. Louis O. Is growing on his farm this yearas II basis that the bondholdershave and an over-all width of 50 feet 10
II For this the hearing has a
I Gravely, who was introduced as a stock feed.SCHOOL reason I failed to acceptREHEARING : ,inches, will be two stories in height,
been called for Monday' and it is
j J past president of the chamber, for- 'and will be finished in white brick_
the hope of the district engineer I
mer representative and Hendry I I i;Plans for the building were drawn
county's first lawyer, gave the ad- that each drainage'unit, ,will be able 'I by L. Phillips Clarke, West Palm

ri,. dress' .of 'welcome, and the vast BOARD: SETS to show ,.exactly v.h3t.; is needed in IS ASKED Beach ,architect. '

"crowd appreciated the position of that :district: ":tangible plan of The lower floor will 'contain four
j loud speakers on the grounds, the action may be evolved. ,
large class-rooms and the auditorium -
sound wagon being furnished DATE OF OPENING OF ON GAS TAX SUIT I and stage will occupy the entire -

I through the courtesy of the Florida Science Is Seeking upper floor. The entrance on

Brewing company of Tampa. This TERM FOR SEPT. 25The I BY' SUPREME COURTDespite I I the south side will be into a. corridor -
made it possible for almost every Method of ControlOf II eight feet wide which runs to

one present to hear and understand I
I the center of the building to con-

what was being said. Gravely spoke, board of public instruction! Sugar Cane Borer I the fact that the State nect with another eight and a half

briefly on the possibilities of the at the regular meeting in LaBelle]: II Supreme Court ruled in favor of I foot corridor running lengthwise of

state market in bringing producersand Tuesday set September 25 as the I the counties affected on some $400-I the building. At either end of this

buyers together and giving theI opening date for all schools in the! Scientific investigation, using bio 000 in impounded gas tax funds latter corridor will be located stair-
farmer and cattleman a chance of this week I leading' to the second floor,
I county. The eight month term will logical methods of control are being just before adjournment ways
disposing of his goods to better ad- end May 17, 1940. made for the control of |a petition for a re-hearing of the I I auditorium. On the west side of the

vantage. In opening Gravely said ; tive sugar cane moth the'destruc-I case was filed yesterday by James entrance will be the first aid room
"this Is the first time in speaking A two day holiday was set for
my with the domestic
insect pest of sugar cane in this P. Hill, Duval county taxpayer, who and supply room
1 experience that I have talkedto Thanksgiving and Christmas holi- area. J. W. Ingrain and E. K. By-I brought the original injunction. ,Hill science classroom. On the east side

a bunch of bulls," and in justification days will begin December 22 and num of the Bureau of Entomology, seeks to prevent the state board of will be the' science classroom and

r of the remark there was a end January 8. A two-day holidayis I and Plant Quarantine Department' administration from distributingthis boys' toilets. On the north side of
chorus of "boos" from the cattle also allowed during the, spring I located
of the United States Department of money to the counties to whose the long corridor will be
pens 100 feet during the entire convention of the Florida Educational -!. toilet -
away Agriculture, ,Houma, La. left Belle credit it had accumulated under the two large classrooms with girls'

s program.L. Association.The Glade yesterday after spending ten 1031!) legislative act and which have and locker rooms at the :west

M. Rhodes, commissioner of budget for, the new year was I days In the Everglades area '(Cooperating been paid out this year under the end and boy's locker room at the
the state marketing bureau, was approved and Superintendent S. A.
about ast end.A .
with ''Dr. John W. Wilson, entomologist act. Hendry county's share is
favorably impressed by the quality Graves was instructed to mail out' of the, Everglades Exper- 40000.. stage twenty feet in width and

beef LaBelle offered on her first) contracts to all teachers. The home'I (Continued on Page 8) ,. A new law passed by the legisla- with necessary dressing rooms, etc.,

sale, as well as the Interest being economics department will be omit ture this spring would give about will be constructed across the west
shown. in the market by local livestock ted this from the Clewistonschool and the
I year Business Is Good eighty per cent of this money to end of the auditorium remainder -
i men right off the bat, and he because of lack of classroom the state road department and of the room will have a

: liked the ,spirit' of cooperation space but a full time commercialcourse twenty per cent to the counties af seating capacity of 420, more than

i shown on all sides, between the will be substituted, typing, At Local Fish CampW. fected. Attorney General Gibbs double that of the present auditor-

market committee, manager: and shorthand and bookkeeping.A ruled that the counties were entitled ium. -
J producers. His wit and stories' alone new bus was ordered to serve and this week Construction work will be rushedon
made 15 minutes of good entertain-I I the Clewiston area much larger H. (Bill) Johnson reports to all the money court concurred in the building and it is hoped thatit
the ,
I '!' men t. than the former bus. The new one business very good at his fish camp this supreme ruling. However the new petition will be-entirely finished in four

i Nathan Mayo, state commissioner has a capacity of 84 pupils; the old for the past few weeks despite the filed after the vacation adjournment months and be ready; for use at the

i E of agriculture, reminded the people one carried only fifty. It is a Ford red water which has interfered with cannot now be acted second semester of school.

that his department had 'kept faith chassis with a Wayne all-steel body I close-in fishing since the rains came and during The struggle to sec'ure the new
before September
with them. "We gave you the mar and Robert George was appointed I and he is well pleased with the upon injunction building has been a long one anda
this time the temporary
ket," he said, "and now it is up toI' as bus driver.It I growth 'of his business since he Hill remains in et- great deal of credit for its con-
I granted to Mr.
you ,to make a success of it." He I was. decided to discontinue the opened the camp this past spring.In struction is due C. E. Miner and his
; said he was raised a farmer and colored school In Felda and to addition to operating the fish feet., the supreme predecessor as Clewiston school

;, knew* the many difficulties con- transport any pupils from that area:,,camp, with good boats and out- In the would belief uphold that their right to board member, M. E. VonMach.

fronting the farmer and producerand to; the LaBelle colored school. A 26 board motors for rent Mr. Johnson court county com- Every effort was made to secure a

he felt the state market wouldgo foot by 26 foot addition will be]i is equipped to build almost any this money budgeted the Hendry it to be used PWA grant for construction of the
I missioners
a long way In turning crops and constructed on the Harlem school 'type of boat having made boat-;I fiscal building but these efforts proved

cattle into money If the local people to better serve the ever increasing'! building his business for many during the coming year. unavailing and at last a bond issue

would do their part. Commis- number of colored students In the years. He is adding some new equip- TURKEY BREED was voted by the freeholders of the

sioner Mayo, who in agricultural Clewiston area.C. I ment within a short time to better THOPICAL district. The bonds were sold to the

; circles Is called the "daddy of all E. Robbins was employed by handle the boat-building trade here. last word in Chicago firm of Stifel and NIcolausbut
: state markets in Florida," recalledthe the board as inspector-agent to, During the past few days Spud Lake tropical breed a technical clause In the bond
first time he came to LaBelle supervise construction work on the' Murphy and Carl Hayes of Belle turkeys is a new Palm originatedby validation had to be corrected before -

which was 25 :years ago, while ,Hen- new school building.I..F.GISI.lATI"E Glade have accounted for the larg- called the Royal on his poul- the bonds would be accepted.This .
I W.
I dry was still Lee county and he was est string of fish brought into the Enoch required a special act of the

f !I forced to make the upriver trip by SUMMARY camp, eleven bass ranging from try farm near Lake Palm Worth.turkey is a legislature at the recent session and

boat. He spoke of the agricultural three to five pounds. This catch The Royal Narragansetts, after several other short delays the
of Bronze
possibilities of the Caloosahatchee Tampa-A summary of the acts was made Monday.On mutation wild turkeys. It is snow bonds were finally accepted and the
valley and what great progress had of the 1939 Legislature, classified the same day: A. O. Ward and Blacks and shining black, money from the sale received only

been made here since those pioneer according to subject and by countyis "Cracker" Jones brought in eight,, white, barred like and tail is startlingly this week.

i days which in the end are not so hot off the press for consumption the string weighing twenty-six and the with fan broad black bands. Be- The school attendance here has
I" I far off. by those who have an interestin pounds. it is thor- been constantly increasing for the
I Commissioner Mayo was followedby what is going on In state and Coburn Moore captured the prize ing native to to tropical condI- past several years: and the need of

W. V. Knott, state treasurer and federal affairs. This work is the for the largest bass last week in oughly adapted run from a new building is most urgent.

I Colin English, state superintendentof fourth edition of the Florida Gov- the contest with .a seven pounder tions. Mature gobblers while hens
education. Superintendent English ernmental Guide, published by Mrs. caught last Thursday while out from 20 to 25 pounds or more The The steady flow of cash money
14 pounds.
I 1 said in his opinion the growth Georgia Robles Conger, Columbia the Johnson Camp and Spud Mur-, vary from .11 to and are free I I Into farmer's' pockets has substantially -
this has the lead this week with birds ,develop quickly since the advent of
and development of country is University graduate' and for many phy other increased

," __ In Its Infancy and he congratulated\years a keen student'Qt.. national, and lone weighing six pounds, eight, breeds from diseases of turkeys, which in this affect climate. State Farmers' ,Markets.

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Best Trotting Horses IMPROVED AROUND Items of Interest \

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''' to the Housewife

Again Meet at Historic Gpshen Y ILesson the HOUSE y.

.........u...___.__ ._ By HAROLD L. LUNDQUIST. D. D. For Mosquito. Bites.-A little For Salty Gravy.-Put pieces ot
Dean of The Moody Bible Instituteof 1 I I
Chicago. household ammonia added to the toasted bread into soups or ,
(Released by Western Newspaper Union.) I water with which mosquito bites I gravies which are too salty, take

are washed will,remove the sting. them out in a few minutes; and it
Lesson for August 6 sOil will be found that the bread has

Up!Don't forget to oil your absorbed a good portion of the

Lesson subjects and Scripture texts se vacuum cleaner. and electric salt.
lected and copyrighted by. International them in .*
Council of Religious Education: used by washer. Oiling keeps
permission. good condition, and they wear Identifying Sheets.-If use '
'b.7. : >r A 6St .;i< tr }{ y I you
i longer. sheets of two different 'sizes, one
for single and one for double beds,
When Making Blueberry Pie.- fold sheets for double beds in a
St ri. CtX,, LESSON TEXT-I Kings 183039. '
n GOLDEN TEXT-The Lord Is far. from Mix one teaspoon of ground' nut- large square and those for a sin-
the wicked:' but he hearcth the prayer of meg with two tablespoons of flour gle bed in smaller squares. You
the righteous.-Proverbs 15:29. and sprinkle the mixture on the will then have no difficulty in

J berries, then add sugar. finding the right sheets. .
k)7) ffl V '? "Let courage rise with danger."

Such is the 'plea of Webb's great

,. ....,. ,.. ... ,, .. .. hymn, "Stand Up for Jesus." Chris-
r .. "" .d. = "' rmnr--" "
La :;.s > ,. ,;: ; .i tianity in our day calls for cou- By

Since before ,the Revolution, Goshen, /N. Y., has f .::1."'.,'HIL' rageous men and women. HOW to SEW RUTH WYETH .1
been the cradle American harness horse racing. 'J Courage should be .distinguishedfrom SPEARS

Hambletonian 10, lineal grandfather of the trotting .M.- } such .related things as bravery,

Historic track about 1850 and today ..., ., j valor, or bravado. Bravado is an '
strain,.ran over. .>.> I.
es affectation of reckless bravery
: & ):I' a showing 36 authentic stitches; or
Goshen boasts a second track, Good Time. Here /.arf" ;....>!;. t which surely has no place in Chris- : the 'RAG RUG LEAFLET will be

on August 9, is being run the thirteenth ,annual ,',- J tian life and 'activity. Valor is included FREE with orders for

Hambletonian classic, a'memorial to the breed's J%'J. '>; :mJ"$W&<'.;.! .. I j associated with daring and vigorous both books, for the present. Everyone -
Above A racing day scene action, for example in battle. To
progenitor. : typical ? *7Nf: : :;.<. should have copies of these
at Good Time park Below: Lu Princeton, descendant | *y'@X mf.>': :b m'<
Hambletonian 10, bows at his grave. 1 $ :: f 1"I':>.. iirJm'M': : ;:<:}:''fff>::d be courageous means to steadily in the paper. This offer

meet perils of which one is deeply will be withdrawn soon. Send order -

conscious, doing so. because of the [ with 25 cents immediately to

call of duty. Courage holds a deeper Mrs. Spears, 210 S. Desplaines St.,

and nobler meaning than the Chicago, Ill., and both books will
other words, carrying with it the B be mailed postpaid. b

idea of moral strength and, in the

case of the Christian, faith in Godas

one devoted to His cause.
: ,.y
$ Elijah was courageous, and he WATCH any class of kinder- nlined eyesby

stands. before our Christian youth today gartners cutting patterns neglect; they get red and
'' I k r r as an example of that godly from colored paper, and your fin- sore and you let them go. Don'tdo

,at, %:y' courage whichI. gers will itch to pick up the scissors -: it. Leonardi's Golden Eye
\ J3 }\: ?' t ;;p, Works in, the Open (v. 30). and try it yourself. Why Lotion relieves soreness in one
day. Cools,heals and strengthens.
Men whose deeds evil love the
are not? The luncheon mat and nap-
...,., I. y)tt':4r?.. darkness rather than the light. God LEONARDI'S
kin shown here offer suggestionfor
n. 't .wrq.OJwvm 0.'+ 'vW.p}- /roOV'MNMvt'N. -- a GOLDEN EYE LOTION
does not ,work in the dark: All of cut-out designs
to -
a way use your MAKES WEAK EYES STRONG '
Hambletonian, however, was
His workings are in the sun-
open for but effective ,
simple New Large Size with Dropper 50 cents
not the 'greatest of all trotters. is welcome to
light. Every
one applique work. S.B.LeonarUl O Co.IDC.,New BocbeUe,N.T.
That title is held by E. J. Baker's "come near" and see what is done.
The long sides of the mats are
Greyhound, which set a new Elijah knew God and he acted likGo"d's
hemmed and the' ends faced with
a A vr'xi world mark at Good Time parkin man. What a tragedy it is
one-inch bands of green, as at A. Righteousness Must LiveIf
Uhlan that not all of God's servants have
1937. C. K. G. Billings'
The napkins are also hemmed on
should perish it
t4fik, followed his example. If we had
teas another mighty trotter. two sides and faced with green
the and above-board dealingsof would not be worth while for men
: open
4Y..4e..La>,w, "" Elijah in the affairs of our bands on the other two. The stem to live on the earth.EmmanuelKant.
for the bright red cherry followsa
.4 vit vri .
J wa churches, we might see more of the circular line embroidered in
fire and of his ministry.
r r power
\ outline stitch. The leaf is
'vas green
Certain it is that the administration -
to soothe
material. Use Penetro '""\
of the
of church affairs which has green itching, stinging: mis .
Experiment with cutting the ot mosquito, non* ,
to be carried out in hidden corners .. ery "
I, cherry and leaf in paper.: When poisonous insect
by whispered conversations and by PENETRManMade
that pleasesyou
DiT secret manipulations behind the you have cut a design

scenes, is not God's work at all, it make a pattern in lightweight
Cut the fabric little'
cardboard. a
is the- work of man. Misery
larger than the pattern, clip the
II. Asks No Favors ( 33-35). miserable he
vv. edge as at B; then press it over A man is as as

t Elijah rebuilt' the altar himself.He the pattern with a warm iron as thinks he is.-Seneca.

asked no help of the unbelieving at C to make a firm crease. Re-
prophets of 'Baal ,or of apostate Is-. the
rM the and sew
tYnp}Y move pattern, withMALARIA
be miserable
rael. How old-fashioned he seemsin pieces in place with fine hemming

4: } :. . this day when so much stress is stitches. WHY

." laid ,on a false unity of the faiths, NOTE: Readers who have not
: a.ah and there is so much solicitationand secured their copies of my two and COLDS wK n

acceptance by the Church of books should send in their ordersat will check MALARIA fast and

[Jm\JH.IVVWv.Y.JtYAw:. ;- the help of unbelievers in financingthe once. Your choice Of the 6 6 6 cold relief-
gives symptomatic
j Picture supposed work of God. CRAZYPATCH QUILT leaflet
J ", Note also that Elijah invited his! LIQUID.TABLETS.S'ALVE.NOSE DROPS

Parade enemies to make the answer to his
more difficult by pouring
prayer SelfFavorI
8y water on the sacrifice. This was ;:
c easily regain favor with my-
not an'act of bravado, it was for the

A familiar sight along the shaded streets of Goshen are the trotting purpose'.of demonstrating that there QUICK' self.-Phaedrus.

tracks workouts. The wa no fraud. He was willing that S J ,
horses on their way to one of the two for daily
the enemies of the truth should
monument in the background is to the memory of Henry Wisner, make the demonstration more difficult Sentinel oram

member of the first and second continental congress. Although the if that would- be to God's glory.

communityof: 2,900 souls now rests almost under the shadow of metropolitan There is a delightful oldfashionedflavor LEADERSHIP :

New York City its unspoiled charms still thrill lovers of this about that act, too, in these ""PEE United SlUes has today the :iii': r ;

distinctly American sport. Each; year's Grand Circuit season and other days when men are frequently will- leadership in Tthe world's cult Jral

races bring them flocking even as 'England's famous Derby brings turf ing to compromise with unbelief and and spiritual struggle for pe.ace.-- :
with sin in order that the work
enthusiasts to hallowed. Epsom Downs. even Dr. Eduard Benes, formet president oCzechoslovakia. f
I of the Church may be carried on .
M9xs-.ro ?K4 y s rT9 yy without too much difficulty. Here

R 'aj,; S again we have an explanation of '.

the lack of spiritual. power in our

times.III. .

Honors God, Not Man (vv. .

30-32, 36-37). than

A man of bravery wants recognition -, more

for himself, while, the coura- \\t takes
geous man asks only that the cause fins
for which he fights shall be success- make
ful. Elijah had long since demon- CORN '

strated that he was absolutely'fear S I

less, and sought no favor or glory fi-AK
(read the entire story). Now in the. CORN

tenseness of this moment, he carefully -
rebuilds the altar of the true .
God (v. 30), makes it a testimonyof ."
r 2t < ?AY N'r' "' b:1YVC : ..
}i >>:
"v. :?aJ Y unity to a divided Israel (v. 31), .
and he does it all in the name of :

'l L 4 rrr vra"f A' .JYd, l M the Lord (v. 32). ItJ1u1 THE world-famous flavor .

His ,prayer (vv. 36, 37) is a pro- -'

foundly simple expression of a' com- of Kellogg's Corn
plete faith in the true God and His ..

,"v.N wwak211 W b Y.x\.x Cyr"": ?, fr $1a!'y. 4w power on the part of a man who ,,0 R Flakes comes from a secret "'.

recognized himself as being only the .

Above: An enthusiastic am- divine servant. He made .no plea e recipe known only to .
would vindicate him S
God his
ateur driver is Mrs. E. Roland that or ,.. 1W; Kellogg. No one has1 ever ;: .
,11i ministry, but he did plead that the f l
< 1 .
Harriman whose husband is .
of the Lord should be honoredin \ ...n. 1 .:
name ...,. it! .
able to
president of the Grand Circuit the midst of an unbelieving n..... been '
and owner of Historic track. J. people.IV. J,! THE 0 RIGIRAl-

Driving Calumet Eric, she is Brings Eternal Results (vv. _": : ; :
j ', 4 4* ',-V tcfC.flWo"if -i.i.111 i.k
shown here trying out a style f :>:- ', 38; 39).. ...11'
of sulky popular before 1892 :; Y tc "The fire of the Lord fell. The, ...'"...111111 .U'"
the year in which the modern, lying prophets of heathendom were 11"" "

small-wheeled bike sulky was routed. Many recognized Jehovahas GINAw YHA
the true God. While Israel did OR
first used. The new type of THE YEARSNation's
remember the lesson
not long 33
sulky, much faster and more learned here the story has contin- Copr.1939 by Scllou Company .tER fOR

sturdily built, is seen at the ued as a testimony that will LI:

right over the heads of lolling strengthen the people of God as longas 4C

spectators. time continues.

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''A BIT OFFUN t.Wise, Marine Horse Racing Garbled Cause With

Day-Dreaming and OtherwiseIf On the west coast of Ireland a Genuine
t. new method of horse racing has AfterEffectIn

.: In Mild Form been devised. It is called "Riders
ft} ._ your garden is fooling you. giveit through the sea," and is a race preparation for her trip
a few digs: in return. 'over one mile of the Atlantic abroad, Mrs. Homely had been in-

'J Not Injurious Women 'can give everything with a ocean. oculated for typhoid and the next

4 smile and take everything back witha The start is a quarter,of a mile day she found that she had a nasty

tear. up the sandy shore. The horses, headache, and felt, pretty queer
Every dog has his day, says the with jockeys in bathing suits, race generally, so she retired to bed.
By DR. JAMES W., BARTON proverb. And, judging by the row in down the beach into the sea and During the afternoon the vicar

TT .IS by no means an uncommon my bark garden, every cat has her are soon out of their depth when called, and she sent her small

J-_ experience for knight. they have to start swimming. It'sa daughter wn to answer the door
"Parents are often"a hindrance to tricky job for the jockey to keep and tell him what was wrong. As
physicians to children in a judge.
most career
practicing a says
the children could his seat or, at least, to hang on to she ,lay there the child's voice
What It WasA have a worried mother con- hardly start a career without them.A his mount. Some of the more experienced drifted up to her. "Mummy's

man who had shaved off his sult them as to seaside worker tells me he gets riders slip off the horse in. bed," it said.

beard confided to a friend that his the reason why TODAY'Sher $2.50, a day for picking up litter. A and swim, helping the animals "Oh, dear!" replied the vicar."I .
-wife had left him. child is tidy sum? along. hope she is not ill?"
failHEALTH Currachs, quaint little sea-going "No," came the prompt response -
j without Did the who said "honesty is
"When she saw me my ing in his ; guy
the boats, accompany the racers to ; "but she told me to
beard he explained, "she said, the best policy" ever try telling say
work or failCOLUMN who falls off. Lon that she was'intoxicated
'Now I know why I never liked boss what he really thought of him? help anyone yesterday
ing to show the don Answers. i and has a bad headache.
normal liveliness of othersof

MATTER OF SPEED his own age. In many of

these cases the mother '
't .
speaks of 'day-dreaming' r.'th71t

spells. Others will complainthat

for longer or shorter periodsthe

child will sit with a preoccupiedmanner

often staring vacantly into

-z space and possibly grimacing! or
smiling to himself when he is sup-

posed to be doing some task or supposed ttr
to be reading or even listeningto ?
the radio. When spoken to the

child gives a start before answer-
The child seems to prefer sit-
"You and Jack are fast friends, ing.
ting alone rather
. aren't 'you?" r.;; than taking part in
"Yes, but he's faster than I
the activity of. other
am. "

'An insurance expert says that I am quoting Dr.

the majority of men are broke at H. R. Brillinger, a o
65. Well, they've had 50 years to Hamilton, in an ar- I
get accustomed to it. ticle on "Day
F Dreaming" in the

Long and Short of It :i Canadian Medical jaijJ1IJ'eS

The well-meaning old lady i;; Association Journal.In .
looked pityingly round the cell and its mild form
then addressed the convict. day-dreaming is nor- ,

i "How did the police manage to Dr. Barton malThe bright p o A % m ill
Av 9 L
catch you, my poor fellow?" child in the class
completes its'task and'while waitingfor
I "I was ,too short-legged, mum.
the others to perform theirs en-
I "Dear me-and what was :your
, crime?" gages day-dreaming.. The child 0 )
"I was too long-fingered." who is not so bright, who has difficulty W4Rt G

with,his school task, sits and 0h
instead of at
daydreams working :
1 .r!
his task. I Iy
May Be Serious. YbeY La o I '
CHillS Day-dreaming in an exaggeratedor pie

i i advanced form can be serious,

and parents, teachers and physi-

' cians must be on the alert to get ,

//1-, AND FEVER this stages.exaggerated form, in its early

. Sometimes the child's surround-
,/fcre's Relief From ings, or circumstances, give it'an

Malaria! inferiority complex and in day-

dreaming it makes up for this in its
Don't let Malaria torture you!
Don't shiver with chills and burn own mind. S
with, fever. Sometimes there may be some
At first sign of Malaria, take slight defect in hearing, vision or
Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic. A personal appearance that the child
real Malaria medicine. Made
cially for the purpose. Contains tries to overcome by imagining itself -
tasteless quinidine and iron. to be absolutely free of all
Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic actually defects. den pTtER tip,:::..:.
combats Malaria infection in ,) ettYO'R
I There are some cases 'where in- : 0 Lp
as de's
i the blood. It relieves the freezing w 0 OWANC
: I chills, the burning fever. Helps you fection-teeth or tonsils-is lowering : FOR St w : r 0
feel better fast.Thousands its "fighting" forces. Dr. Brillinger I andatdr P ( (/E Y0U
I J take Grove's Tasteless states that day-dreaming is normal, GNAWta tuet o s RpE
I Chill Tonic for Malaria and swear ;
by it. Pleasant to take, too. Even but it readily becomes abnormal, j Qt
children take it without a whimper. which is a sign of early mental ill- a. ;;
Don't shiver and burn. At Ma- ness. When treated early the re. HAs A-
laria's first sign take Grove's Taste-
suits are usually gratifying: Pl
less Chill Tonic. At all drugstores. very Nw laR Y UGSk
Buy the large size as it gives you T T AS or,.
I much more for your money. = 8
Blood Pressure- T::

i i iI LYOUR 'IND :
Decisive Spirit LD 6ArtERY a, .. OUR
I 'Scare' or Not? \ A10 :; OLD
, : When a firm decisive spirit is A 4g
recognized, it is curious to see The story is told of a country

I how the space clears around a physician who has wonderful suc ;:SAYE'o.. .. :
I man and leaves him room and cess'in treating pneumonia'patients. 1 *v & ON .

I freedom.-John Foster. It was stated by some who thought PIC Nit
they knew that this physician calledall

i \ S4tITHEMtuop BIJRN5: heavy colds pneumonia and as -JUGS;
practically all cold cases recover A X
: i M OROLIN 'fj anyway, this was the real reason fWr was -

that he was so successful in the .50W
: treatment of pneumonia.My .
own opinion is that this physi-
i Two Powers
I cian knew that if he told the patient
The two which in /T7 '
powers my :
that he "just had a cold, he would
opinion constitute a wise man are :t /
bearing and forbearing.-Epicte- want to be up and about in a dayor D
two which would
tus. not only mean
I I that the cold would "hang on" but
might bring on bronchopneumoniaor SCIENTIFIC SAFETY TREAD GIVES M
A wonderful aid Tor boils pneumonia. LONG NON-SKID MILEAGE
Now that blood is 1 NEWS 1.0.WPRICES
,, where a drawing agent Is pressure so ,
s I (indicated. Soothing and much discussed some physicians, if ; I

. / comforting. Fine for children blood pressure is high, try to GUM-DIPPED CORD BODY GIVES GARDEN
and grownupsPrac "scare" their patients into living a ,. .
tical. Economical. "quiet" life PROTECTION AGAINST BLOWOUTS HOSE
rightly stating that a
t quiet life may double, their yearson
earth. I believe it will be agreed

that this may be just the proper ad-

Always a DutyIt vice in some cases; if some patientswere , LIFETIMESGUARANTEE
is an everlasting duty-the allowed to live their own lives 9

duty of being brave.-Carlyle. they would overwork, overeat, and t
get overexcited.Dr. NO TIME ORMILEAGE was

Henry M. Thomas Jr., Johns $ 19
fKILL ALL FLIES Hopkins hospital, Baltimore, in the LIMIT NOW
Baltimore number of Medical Clin-
'1acc5 attract anywbe-ee, and i kills tsy tics.o FJyr ics of North America, states:
flI Guaranteed, effective. Neat,
y d convenlent-cannot BplllWUt5 Scare Into Being Good.
i 511llf05 soo 2loyst "It is true that some individualsmust
i dealers narold l3omera, Inc.,
1G0 Do Seib AvoB k1ya,2.Y. be scared into being good, but

I t among the high pressure group
these are few and far between.

i ie Many, many more need reassur- s.
I and this in the of
ance, comes form
I =only/ = optimistic explanation of the cause

If of high blood pressure. Most pa- See Firestone Tires made in the Firestone Factory and Listen to the Voice of Firestone with Richard CrooJa
f ; GOOD MERCHANDISE Exhibition Building at New York World's Fair Margaret Strata and the Firestone Symphony
tients want to know the actual
-AI 'k WaUeiutein.
fig- Alto visit the Firestone Exhibit at the Golden Orchestra, under direction of Alfred .
.. ; 1 lti J ures; if the reading is a couple of Gate International Exposition at San Francisco. Monday evening Nationwide N.B.C. Red Ndwork.w
.. Can Be CONSISTENTLY Advertised points above or below'the last read-

ing they are relieved or distressed
O BUY ADVERTISED GOODS 9 accordingly." Reading the Advertisements Is a Good Way to Keep Abreast of the World

(Released by Western Newspaper Union.)


FOUR /1':. .. .. ..-. .,,
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-" -- gubernatorial prospects. !r was selling for $6.00 a ton and the'I medicated .soap and let' the lather I "f.1'NOTICE';; i .f
The Clewiston .News among press was not worth the trouble to dry for 15 minutes before washingIt Notice is hereby glyen. that I, 1 '
Among those called to my atten- Port. So i Willie Battlewho was convicted tn '\.
it to the Palm Beach
tion probable entries in the race off. the Circuit Court of Hendry County
as there was still nothing to do with Fla., at the Feb. 23 term thereof, A.
Published every Friday In Clewlst that I had failed to mention are although we felt that the Pain and itching may be alleviated -I D., 1938. of the offense of Murder in
Florida by the CLEWISTON NEB Arthur Hale, Chairman of the press by application of ammonia the First Degree With a Recommendation '
junk man might become more optimistic of Mercy and sentenced therefor
Inc. State Road Department, Hans Wal- if we held out. water, soda water, and cooling to Life will apply for clemency to
ker of Ocala who has already announced -I the Board of Pardons Tallahassee.
I EATJII.EY'DOWDEN, Editor that he is a candidate and': It seems strange that' a machine ointments. For antiseptic applications Florida at Its next WILLIE regular BATTLE meeting

is out beating the bushes, and' Walter -'which had performed so ably so on affected spots, use iodineor J

second class mall matter I W., Rose State Senator and long and even many, many years mercurochrome. "

Entered February as 1. 1927. at the Post Office In prominent realtor of; Orlando. before it had been brought to Del- Dusting the body with flowers of NOTICE OF PUBLIC nEARING
Clcwiston, Florida, under the Act of I, ray by Lon Burton in 1923, shouldbe
March 3, 1897. Arthur', while he has given some completely valueless.We sulphur or putting, a little keroseneon :Monday, August 28, 1939, at 4:00
thought to the matter and Is being o'clock P. M., United States Eastern
I his friends 'to had a final idea. Keathley work clothes before going into Standard Time, Is fixed as the date
Per Year. -I strongly urged by and the time when and the City
Subscription' Rate $2.00 I enter the race, is a long way from I Bowden who runs several papers in the woods will protect one from Hall In the City of Clewiston Is des-

Advertising Rntcs' On Application. I I making up his mind. If he does decide -'the_ Lake Okeechobee region might I redbugs to, some extent.OFF'ICIAIJS ignated Commission as the shall place hold where a public, the, meet-City
to enter he will run a good need that kind of a press. We wired Ing for the purpose of consideringand
I would let him have acting applications to adjust -
of votes other him that we SWEAT upon
Devoted: to the advancement and we race and corner a lot TAMPA compromise or settle delinquent,
fare of Clewiston and Hendry Count aspirants are counting on, but as the press for practically nothing.We CLII'PING BOND COUPONS' taxes of the 1938 and prior tax rolls
"Crown ,believe he may take it. of the City of Clewiston. ,
stand no
the records Such applications must be' filed in
'" Prince" of our administration has I Wi'if ever' happens, by the time Tampa-Closeted in a swelteringbank writing on or before August 25, 1939.
again votes "dry .I I for said applicationand
county stating reason
able to make the grade this is read the press will be on
ever' been I vault for' several hours last showing cause why such delin-
Maybe they do mean It. I and it is assumed that of the present -.its way to the Everglades or the week, Mayor' Chancey and other quent taxes should be adjusted, com-

administration and there is a I junk man and "modern, higher city officials wilted their collars promised This notice or settled.dated this 24th day'
The cattle, hogs and horses I Iweren't lot of "divided opinion as' to whether speed press will '''be standing in its and mopped perspiring brows as of July 1939. '

the whole show after all :at I I this would. be an asset or a I place.+-L. C. H. "in Delray BeachNews.S they went about the task of clip- MALCOLM CITY COMMISSION:: W. BIGG., Clerk,

the LaBelle market, opening.At 1 I.millstone....----:----. I ping bond coupons from $1,125,100 I CITY OF CLEWISTON.
I Hans Walker I don't know Ed Note: The junk ,man won the worth of Tampa bonds. July 28, Aug. 4, 11, 18, 25.

long last we're to have a 11ew', much about. I've, met him a coupleof argument? i / ---- .

school house and Charlie Miner, our times and he has a pleasant per- -- '

school board member, who has added < sonality. His business record is ITCHING FROM REDBUG NOTICE
several grey hairs during the.. good and he places much store on i ATTACK IS RESULT OF

. past few weeks, is getting back to I the fact that he is an orphan, hav- POISON, TISSOT SAYS
normal. I ing adopted the slogan "From the i -

Orphan's Home to the Governor's! Oain ;ville When redbugs bite NOTICE Is hereby given that 'the following described lands or as

"Soccer" Coe had to throw hi! Mansion". It is a long road 'to I II they inject a poisonous material much thereof as will be necessary to pay the amount due for taxes

hat a long way when he announce travel "alone" and I'm inclined to:'into their victims, and this material herein set opposite to the same, together with the costs of such sale

in Paris yesterday that he would be I believe that he would be better off according to Dr. A. N. Tissot, State and advertising, will be sold at public auction on ,the seventh day of

a candidate for United States Senator if he did' have a "mother to guide Experiment Station entomologist, Is August 1939, beginning at twelve o'clock noon at the City Hall of the

of excessive itching which City of Clewtston, Florida.
next year against Senate .I him. the cause R. Y. PATTERSON,
Charles O. Andrews. Walter W. Rose is an able and follows their attacks. Tax, Collector City of Clewiston. .I..

likeable chap, fair-haired boy of the The puncture made by a redbugIs

The, supreme court awards us Florida Association of Real Estate similar to the sting, of a bee in

our forty thousand dollars in gas Boards who has championed the that both are characterized 'by' a

tax funds and adjourns for a well! cause of the property owner againstthe poison that Is injected, the ento- DESCRIPTION O AVIV Ell Of Amount Taxes
earned vacation. But the foes of the grasping claw of the taxgatherer. -I nologist pointed out. OF LAND And Costs

distribution of the funds ,to the .. Other facts brought ,out by Dr.

county haven't given up yet and the If he enters the race he will prob- Tissot about this common woods

court will have to take up the mat ably be ,bunched with that group I pest of ''Florida include the follow-I

ter again' in September, that are just a few lengths behindthe Lot 23 Block 22 ..____.__..__ E. J. Feuchtinger ?..-----.-.. 5.30
ing: ________ 30.30
strong. He l Lot 27 Block 160 _. ___._____ H. J. Oglesby
winners but going Redbugs do not burrow under Lot 28 Block 160 _-,..___._.. .._._.__ H. J. Oglesby _..-- 30.30
MOSQUITO ERADICATION might adopt as his 'campaign slogan the skin, but they often attach Lot 1 Block 162 ___...___.__._ Mrs. C. D. Morris_____.____ 4.30 4.30
_______ S. J. Feuchtinger
Need No More Taxeson Lot 7 Block 167 ?
"We. Don't I themselves to the hair follicles. Lots 35, 36 Block 167.. ._..____-_,-_ Thos. B. Shelley .---.-- 30.30
Howard Sharp of Canal Point is REAL ESTATE". But anyhow,II The redbug is not an insect. It Lot 1 Block 169 __..______. Thos. B. Shelley .--_-- 5.30Lot
___ 4.70
__. S. F. Feuchtinger:
_._ ?
can I 6 Block 172
following up his mosquito eradica from I authoritative sources, you is a mite. Adult redbugs, with eight ______ Eugene Feuchtinger ---_ 5.30
tion theory tirelessly and those wh< list him' among those who are harmless, but the larvae Lot Lot 14 23 Block Block 173 172 _____ Mrs. May S. Ames .-.__....;:...-.- 80.30
legs, are ? __._____.__ 4.30
_.__.__.____.. D. J. Johnson
editorial policies the governorship. all Lot 23 Block 176 ?
Mr. Sharp's "OUT" for legs cause 3.70
remember which have only six Caldwell Estate
Lot 27 Block 176 ____.___._ E. A. r.------
while his name was still at the Among the most formidable the trouble. Lot 16 Block 202 ______.__ Leroy H. Dorsey -----.--- 4.30
'New; of the past week is host of Lot 11 Block 203 .________ F. W. Iverson -----.-- 4.70
masthead of the Everglades limelighters Man is only an accidental _____.:. Julia Sharkey _.-._____ 4.70
will recall that once he has "set llis! Sen. Spessard Holland of Bartow. the redbug; Its common hosts are Lot Lot 19 18 Block Block 203 203 __.______-0---_. Mary King __.---..--_.-_.-- 4.70
___________ 4.70
I Block203W ___.._._____ Ella Kane '
it takes a While certain disgruntled groups small animals Lot 20
mind to do a thing and other 3.50
snakes, ,._,__ R. Payne '-
: Lot 25 Block 355 __,__,__,, Bernard ---'---
mighty convincing argument to will turn their guns on him, he is of the woods. Lot 30 Block 356 ..___._.____ T. P. Waddell _-_.-.::-.- 3.50
change him. an able and convincing orator and I The entomologist also gave a few I Lot 9 Block 357 M.______:.__ ,Fred A. :Menge ____. __.______ 3.50 3.50
358 __ _..._ Marjorie L. -----
Lot 4 Block -- '--:-
Convinced'that Everglades mos about the only faults that might pointers on treatments for redbug Lot 19 Block 358 _____ E. A. Caldwell Estate --- 4.30Lots

quitoes can be exterminated easily be charged against him is that he I attacks. Here they' are: 41 and 42. Block_L-: 358 _.____.__ Henry Eugene J.Feuchtinger Stephens _-__-------_.- 4.30 6.70

by' spraying the area with an insecticide goes to church, doesn't A light application of kerosene to Lot Lot 45 8 Block Block 362 361 _________-___ Mrs. E. A. Schult _--.- 20.30 -.
gamble'l _._.._.__.____ :Mrs. F. H. Emerson ----- 4.30
will _.
from airplanes, he has setout drink whisky or chase_ w 367 _.:_.. ...... ..:. Clewiston 'Dry Goods Co. ---- J
Lot 8 Block ;; ;; --
to enlist federal 'aid on the is somewhat of a stiff kill redbugs. Following' this appli- Lots '13. 14 Block 377 ___...:._____' R. C. Nowllng ___. 44.30
project and we believe that if he is will have to develop 'an ,earthy touchif cation take a hot bath ,and scrub Lot 3 Block 381 __________ Elmer A. Erickson.L.2.30. '4.30
Block 451 ____________ Harvey Guthrie --------
given the proper cooperation he he hopes to ,click with the masses. well with a coarse cloth to dislodge Let Lot 23 Block 417 _.._.,.____...___ Eugene Feuchtinger -_-__-' 3.50
will win out. Every community in the pests; then, lather freely with a Lot 8 Block 495 __.___._--_._._..- J. W. Daughtrey ____.__.._ 2.70

the Everglades region should go to IX MEMORIAMWith .
----- -
i ...

the bat for hordes,the plan of and mosquitoes by eliminating make this issue of the' News, the, ::::"..:."..:."..:.".....;."..:."..:."..:..w4H....:."..#.H..:.M..:."..:.!"..:."*"..:."..rf..%..H..:.::..;:;"..*.":"..:...:...r.:. ...:.....:....:..-.:....:....:..:....:..-.:....:..-.:....:...:.."!.".:....:....:....:.....:,...:....:....:....:....:....:....;.....:....:....:....:....;....:....:....;........:........:....:....;....:....:....:....:....:....:....:....;.... ..h)1
liveable area Campbell newspaper
this a much more old country ] A i.
months. which has been printed'I yyyy Ah
during the summer press, on ..
every copy of the Delray Beach ti
News since its beginning on August
.:N:N N"r:N: :N:N NN:M:NIN:N:N:"N:N:M-N N N NNO 10, '1923, will have completed its 1_ .' ENJOY AN AA AA
long and faithful service to the _

Too Late To ClassifyBy ; people of this community. When the ) ,, :,: =tii. =
==:= :
final impression has been made on :8 i i : '::' -;( '. .:.,:. .'.
the ohi will ELECTRICYY .:..:
this week's ,
paper press ., ALL ".
I XX '.,,' ", .:..::
have printed 831 issues or about I.:...:.. --5., .;', .r, ...:.
. :
1..NMNNNNNNIINNNNNNNNNNNNNNAs. .n. . . ."...._.. one million copies of the News. ,, : ,,",' .,. .i..i.
I its rollers have gone :: :I {( /., \ :
Through E >.', HOME: 't, :" :
might be expected, I have countless stories of the people, who I ,,:....:.. : i :\ ) ; "'j .' i

ceived five letters since the re-I call Delray Beach their home, of I :.J.JLSA;..;.' ",',"," ', '';1. <' ., r-: .: "', ;,. &:

tion of my last week's column, those who come and go, of those '.... XX
emnly or vitriolicly informing me I who have lived and those who have : A A.XY*

that I don't' know what I'm talkin1, died, births, weddings, funerals, XY

about in spite of the fact that twicein public meetings, the joys of a com- .. servant that :;: :
I is the modern servant; a XYil
the said column I explained in munity of people with common*: Electricity : :::

language that I thought clear the ideals and common' objectives, their ,':;::;: takes care of both the work and the pleasures of the ::

fact1 that I didn't claim to KNOW hopes, their disappointments, their II efficiently -
any more than the next guy, and triumphs and their prosperity. : : home and one that will, do everything quickly, : ..

probably not as much and that the In the record of the growth ''and :. ::
1 and A?
other fellow's: guess was a good as prosperity of Delray Beach lies the :::::: XY

mine. reason for the change. Growth in : :::

So I find myself in the positionof circulation* requires 'more speed. The I ,penny will toast ,26 crunchy slices of toast, or

the poor husband who, after a necessity of making ,a profit demands hours of safe reading light or operate : *
quarrel with his wife, while they more efficiency. The growthof ::*::1: give your eyes two f:

were sittin' back to back in sulkin' Delray Beach makes a better pa- =:::j: your radio for most of a day-and-ELECTRICITY is
decided Cham- essential. So the old press is i*
silence, to adopt a per
of it that use.
berlain attitude, and said: a victim of old age and obsolescence.The ::1:1::: one thing that gets cheaper the more you t .s.

"Darling, I've been thinkin' it puzzle has been what to do .:....

over and I'm sorry about the whole with the old press. Second-hand 1 That is why it is so easy to have and enjoy a home +.s...

thing. I know that you were right printing machinery of any kind has ::.:: :s:.;.

and I was wrong. a poor market today. The old press ::::_:: that is all electric and modern. *X::

"So what?" snapped the wife, "if is heavy-weighs probably two or .i..i.

you think that is going to do you three tons. Unless a buyer could be n 1ti

any good you're ,crazy-I've changed found in a radius of a hundred : yy

my mind!" miles or so, the press is not worth yy : '

If any of these letters agreed as the cost of freight. The junk man I :fj:: ELECTRICITY IS YOUR CHEAPEST SERVANT .S.: .
that to be the answer. I ......
to the standing or importance of seems \ ::
Xv :.:.
anyone candidate I might feel that! Scrap iron for Japan-the idea of i..:'

perhaps my personal views as ad- our' peaceful old press which had l X,, EXTRAVAGANTLY. Y*

vanced in the column were indeed never printed. anything more warlike :!:: -USE IT ._...,

screwy, but ,believe it'or not each than a session of the city I .:'.{. ...A:.

of my helpful critics contended thata council-being hurled. at a poor .t..+. AA
different man 'was the "Number Chinaman did not look at all right.I y: ,AA

One" contender, pointin' out how So we decided against that. .Yh:. : I II

much they had on the ball and how We read that scrap iron fot Poland .y:;.*:* 44" .., ',.'",t" :,
much all the other was being shipped from the .. .;
aspirants I .:..:. ;
All of which seems to laClted'l Port of Palm Beach So we held a .:. i.
wide divergence of opinion conference with the mechanical >. I

promises an interesting campaign force. One remarked that our old I Co.

when the melee really gets under press might be the balance of power, 1, 1 Glades Power and Light

way. that would win the next'war.. Another if SYY

I have also been informed that I said that he had no objectionat I '
r ,y .:..;.
failed to even mention a number of all at having the entire two or!....*! ;
men who are potential candidatesand I three, tons hurled right; straight at : XX.
:: -I
I :
I probably did. You see,' I was Hitler So we called up the Palm .; :: .z..z.

tryin'pile a to state write directory a 'column or, not an com-un-j Beach junk-the: man.press He did was(not very weigh discouraging ,..:::..'*..':...:....:X..:....x X..*X"X- ..K...X"X.X H..x*..x K..x..H..xX :.-K..rr-t-.rr--.rr.:..:..:..:.,:..:..:..: :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:...::....::....::....:.....::....::.+.:..::...r-.r..r.:..:,,:,,:,,:,,:,,:,,::+,,:,,:r.r.r..r..rrrI'AG1 ,,:,,:,,:,,:":":":":":":":":":-"r: ::.

abridged edition of "Who's Who'? over a ton.,and a half. Scrap iron


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t. .

, \ I Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Lovvorn returned -I Lee, George Anne Suggs Brother I '\\. M. S. each 2nd and 4th Tuesday -I through Clewiston. Bill Perry had

I t--i., >> I Saturday from a two weeks'I Suggs, Charlotte Krueger, Ronald, I at 3:30tat the church, Mrs. A left the post office and was turningthe

.'. I r (vacation which they spent in Ye- hare, Shari Land Sylvia, Marion R. Broadfoot, president. corner headed west toward the
Personals Baptist church, when he met Bill
masee, S. C., and Carolina Beach,:and JoRay Clark, Don Terrell and I Sunday ,School officers and Piers
trying! to pass the tru k.
(North Carolina Evelyn: Dodge. teachers meet Wednesday at 7 p.
I Perry swerved ''his coupe to the
I The public is cordially Invited to
edge of the road and stopped. Piers
I attend all services.
Miss Mary Hall of Belle Glade Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Prewitt and''MRS. H. E. POST COMPLIMENTED jammed hard on the brakes of his
Ii The pulpit will be occupied this
I 4 was a business visitor here ,recently. daughters, Mauryne Louise and I AT BRIDGE PARTY MONDAYMrs. I Sunday at both morning and even- sedan and swerved to the right behind -
I I the truck and was in ,'the
Anne left the first of the week for ing services by, Rev. W. D. Cone.
clear but
Miss Lois Prince visited friends f a visit of s several days In Jackson H. J. B. Scharnberg enter-I Everyone Is urged' to attend. sedan for some back reason then the
swerved to the left and
tained with bridge Monday after-I The Sunbeams will meel'on Mon'
In Okeechobee recently.. ville. struck the motionless
I noon complimenting her house guest I day afternoon at 3:30 at the church coupe a
glancing blow on the left front fen
Mrs. H. E. Post, of New York Mrs. M. J. Blount counselor.
Mrs. D. G. Alston returned Tuesday der.
Miss Alice Steinholtz is visiting A pair of pillow cases went to I The executive committee of the
relatives in Daytona this week. I from a ten days stay in New,'I Mrs. W. C. Prewitt for high score W. M. S. will meet on Monday af- Perry's car suffered a smashed
York during which she visited the
prize a bridge set to Mrs. H. A. ternoon at 4:30 at the church. All fender, a blown out tire, a bent
Worlds Fair and other points
Harry Byers has returned from saw : Bestor, for second prize and a novel of the general officers and' young hood, and a punctured radiator.

his vacation during which he madea of interest. I I decoration for flower pots to Mrs.F. people's counselors please attend. Piers sedan suffered a bent fendera

trip through the Southern Stat*.I' -. I II M. Rodriguez, who held low The regular monthly business and broken light and a blown out tire.

Charles Turner, who attended score. Mrs. Post received a lovely I social meeting of the W. M. S. will

Miss Lois Alexander of Fort I school in Alabama the past year is I guest prize. : be held on Tuesday afternoon at

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Sebring }VonMach and Mrs. M. Meluh. Tea
,: Hundreds of thousands of boys the 12th day of August, A. D. 1939, or
Mr. and Mrs. Raymon Owens left:]lend guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. ,S.j guests[. "were Mrs. Charles Moran and [ ns soon thereafter as the 'same may,
and THE
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their former home, Starkville, Miss. I I I of Hendry County. Florida will apply
I left and consider it more as ,a living to one of the Honorable of
Judges the
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I Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Cuttino and visit with relatives in Soperton, Ga.I ENTERTAINS AT BRIDGE much for a license to manage take
as a buddy to me
charge of. and control her
daughter left today for a vacation Mrs. property
His sister, E. Collins and his '
I I'Mrs. and to become
as my neighborhood chum, writes a free dealer in every'
i visit In Sumter. S. Car. children, Canine and Bob Berner,I R. M. Hare, Jr., entertained school respect.
senior. "THE
I one high Dated at LaBelle Hendry County
,,will return with him.
members of her bridge club at her
AMERICAN I BOY seems to under- Florida, this 12th day of July A. D
Mr. and Mrs. H.' C. Kolstad and II 1939.
I I --- home Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. 'E.
stand a boy's problems and con-
Kim Kolstad visited in Pahoke j I Miss Runelle McGehee has re-I L. Hayes held high score and re- siders them In such a sympatheticand a: VID ELMER PAULINE WARD BERNER.v

Monday evening. I turned from Monte Verde, ? ceived a pastel colored pottery vase. Attorney for Petitioner.
I I helpful way. It gives advice July '14, 21, 28, Aug. 4.
I where she )has' been attending a Mrs. C. E. 'Miner won a pad of sta- entertaining
and reading on every
_ t > Mr. and Mrs. Zerney Meredith,Girls Summer Camp for several tionery as low prize.A subject in which a young fellow is
i have returned from a visit* with I weeks. salad plate with Iced tea was Interested.
It is
particularly helpfulin Wanted to buy-BABY RACCOONMrs.
relatives in Jacksonville. I served by Mrs. Hare to Mrs. Hayes, I
sports. I made school basketball .
I our Ford, 322 Clarke Ave. 'Palm
Mr. and Mrs. 'J. S. Jowers and Mrs. Miner, Mrs. A. C. Carlton, Mrs.
team because of playing tipsI Beach. Tel. 9974.Johnson's .
Mrs. George Terrell and son, Don son and Kenneth Jordan are visiting I Glen Etherton, Mrs. A. C. Wells, read in THE AMERICAN BOY.
are visiting friends in Miami for a Mr. Jowers' parents In Mrs. G. B. Thomas, Mrs Harry
couple of weeks. Car., and with Mrs. Jowers' sisters I Knight and Mrs. V. C. Woodward. Many famous athletes In all -

and brothers In Boston, Mass. They sports credit much of their success

Mrs. R. M. Hare jr., and son, will be away about two weeks.G. GIRLS AUXILIARY MEETS I[to helpful suggestions received from Fish Camp
articles carried in THE
Ronald, have returned from a visit TUESDAY AFTERNOON

"p with relatives in Abbeville, Ga. Ward of Fort Myers is spending AMERICAN BOY Magazine. Vir- (Near Hurricane Gate)
tually Issue offers advice froma
i two weeks, In Clewiston In The Girls Auxiliary of the Firs.t every Clewiston, :Fla.
famous coach Football
Mr. and Mrs. H. J., B. sCharn-1 I! charge of the district telephone Baptist Church met Tuesday after- or player. Boats and \Iotors-Guide Service
basketball, track, tennis, in fact
berg and their guests, Mr. ,Mrs'l i maintenance work during the vacation -I noon with Mrs. Hk E. Walker as 1 Rates ReasonableW.
I major is covered in
Post, spent the week-end in Miami. I I of the district manager, J. S. hostess and Mrs. Arch ,Hodges leader every sport H. Johnson
fiction and fact stories. Mgr
j(Jowers.W. !
__ Teachers, librarians, parents and
Mr. and Mrs. R. Y. Patterson An interesting program, "through

were visitors in West Palm Beau I H. Lanier returned Sunday I the Looking Glass of China" was leaders of boys clubs also recom-
Tuesday evening. from a two weeks' vacation which mend THE AMERICAN ''BOY en-
given. Plans for a picnic and swim
he spent In Wilmington, North party were made. thusiastically. They have found that J. M. CO USE

Mr. and Mrs. Bill Myers spent I Carolina. Mrs. Lanier and Miss ,Lee Punch and cakes were served lo.I as a general rule regular readers
Counselor and Attorney at Law
their vacation at Clearwater Beach Pridgen, who accompanied him to seven members. Barbara Broadfoot,lof THE AMERICAN BOY: advance Hopkins Building ,
and spent a few days In Fort Myers I Wilmington remained for a longer' Mildred Henderson, Marilyn Davis, more rapidly and develop more Wednesdays and Saturdays
with Miss Kathryn Miller. I visit. Trice I worthwhile characteristics than do
Mamie, Jo Ann Walker and 0:30 to 4:00Consider
I ____ i I Doris Simmons. i boys who do not read it.
j I '
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was a visitor In Clewiston the !been the guests this week' of their scientists and men successful in
latter part of the week. sister and aunt Miss Ruth Marshall. WITII THE I\ (business and Industry join with an
Miss Marshall will accompany them 'I experienced staff: to produce in

Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Cato returned -home today and spend her vacationin I Churches I THE AMERICAN BOY, the sort of H

to Miami Sunday after, spendinga Columbia. I reading matter boys like best.

week here with friends and reI a- I LR THE AMERICAN BOY sells on
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Mrs. J. L. Whitaker and two LaBelle Monday were Mr. and Mrs.! CHURCH one year 'or $3.00 for three }'ears', e
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Seigler duplex apartments.Mr. Deane Duff, W. C. Owen, J. E. urday evening from 7:30 until 8:30 *

I Beardsley, K.: Bowden, H: S. Mc-, and before all the Msses.. j Collision I
and Mrs. F. A. Flanders, Duffie. Week-day Mass every morning at nwpieg your own home is reel l lecoo :

Fred, Jr., and Phyllis Flanders of 7:30. I V *y became you Sere: the

'Moore Haven, were 'visitors here MRS. CHARLES MOHAN ,Devotions in honor of Our Ladyof Two automobiles collided here landlord's profit. Any family need-

Sunday afternoon. COMPLIMENTED AT, TEA Perpetual Help are conducted Thursday noon with serious damage ing t home will do welt to look at

I I Friday evenings at 8 o'clock, fol-II ot the cars i but none to the occu-I our selection of homes and buy r 1
Charles Benson returned Satur- Mrs. H. C. Kolstad entertainedwith lowed by Benediction of the Most pants. : bfor real estate values increase' ''

day from a two weeks' vacation a delightfully informal tea Blessed Sacrament. Bill hit Bill on the front' fender i iII Either We will; gladly help you "t' 1

spent at his former home in Tampa Wednesday; complimenting Mrs. Religious Instruction Class, for II i and almost Identical damage was!I attain dbt-free ownership of yottr

f' and in Palatka and Jacksonville. Charles Moran, of Milledgevllle, children Saturday morning at nine done to each car. I home thru payments lit; rt.

I Ga., who is visiting her son, Jay I here in Clewiston, and after Sunday: I It was the noon hour at the I II

f Mrs H. B. Anderson of Fort W. Moran. Guests included Mrs. Mass in Pahokee. ,sugar mill and all the mill hands I Clewiston Federal

I : Meade Is expected to arrive tomorrow Moran, Mrs. Tarlton, Mrs. W. C. The Mass schedule of Pahokee is I were rushing home to lunch. Bill

I to spend a week visiting her Owen, Mrs. H. A. Bestor Mrs. W. 10:30 every Sunday, excepting the Piers, who Is a pipe fitter for' the and LoanAssociation
I Savings
daughter, Mrs. E. L. Haye. F. Simpson, Mrs. J. '\\'. Ezelle, Mrs. last Sunday of the month, when U. S. S. C., was attempting to ,"pass

I K. Bowden, Mrs. Otto Larsen, Mrs.E. Mass is at eight o'clock. The pub- a small truck on the marl road/one '

: Mrs. Fred Topper has as her L. Stewart and Mrs. M. W. lic, regardless of religious belief, block south of the main highway

+i guests for ten days her daughter- Bigg. Is 'always welcome, in this church.
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in-law Mrs. Ray Clarke and three I . . . . .. .. ..............................."............................................................
Ii small daughters of Bradenton., MISS BRANTLEY IMPROVING CLEWISTON COMMUNITY .:..............-............................................... .-. ..... . . . . . . . .

CHURCH ,:!: :i:

Mrs. Richard Knight and children Miss 'Pearl Brantley, daughter of Royal Palm Avenue .:. .).s.'s' ..

Richard and Jimmy, and Mrs. Harry Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Brantley is reported Forest C. Taylor, :Minister 'i- Those Excellent .!.
Knight were shopping In Fort Myers on the road to recovery In Sunday school every Sunday y t.s'

Wednesday.: Good Samaritan Hospital in West morning at 9:45. B. C. ,Flanlkpn, -
.S's. .
Palm Beach where she was taken superintendent. : ', I.

Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Robbins, Voll- by ambulance Tuesday afternoon Morning worship and sermon at I!I :;: i Avocadoes ;

ney Robbins and Charles Miner suffering from a severe streptococcus -I eleven o'clock. .. .
were visitors In West Palm Beach throat. The Christian Endeavor meetingwill I j..:- ;., I

Saturday. be held Monday evening at I h

I MRS KING ENTERTAINS seven o'clock. .;. are, ready fy
Mrs. Arch Hodges and Doris WITH CHILDREN'S PARTY Special numbers by the choir at yy

Hodges are visiting relatives In $t. the eleven o'clock service Include L

Cloud this week. Mrs. H. C. Avant Mrs. A. H. King entertained witha "Consider And Hear Me" by Ash- :;: Some Pollocks-Average weight :f

accompanied them and is spending children's party Wednesday after- ford and "Calvary" with solo parts fi

several days with her sister. noon at her home, celebrating the being taken by Robert N. Smith. :i: 1 1.2 pounds :

third birthday of her son, Arthur .
Miss Winnie Mae Davis, who has Wayne. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH f '
been "one of the nurses at the Clew- "A pink and green color scheme Corner Ventura and Central Avenues :;: $1.00 Dozen field run

Iston hospital for several months was carried out In the refreshments. "The Friendly Church" l r.

left this week for her home In Ala- Pink and green cookies and candles Services Every Sunday: '.' ---- Xi

bama. were served' with ice cream to the Sunday School at 9:45. a. m. B.I

little guests. A lovely white birthday E. Herring, Supt. '

Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Mills and sons cake decorated with pink,, roses and Morning, Worship 11 a. m. I' i_ Beardsley Farms i

Gene and Bub, arrived home Sun- green foliage was in the center of B. Y. P. U. 7:00 p. m. A. H.

day after a motor trip through sev- the serving table. King, director. Mrs. Herman Davis I f

eral southern states. They visited Noise makers, paper hats and associate. I

,New Orleans, Chattanooga, Western similar favors were distributed to Evening Preaching at 8 p. m. :: HOPKINS BLDG. PHONE G6FIUnAY. :

U" North Carolina and several other Jimmy Knight Paul Bowden, Gene Midweek service every Wednesday h'.r :?.

points of .Interest during the trip. Beery Bcttye Carol Flaniken, Linda evening at 8 p. m. .;...;..:..;..:-:-:..:..:..:..:-:.. :+: ;-;- .:..: :..: : ';:; ;-:-; :":" ;":" : ; ; : : :";"; :":";-;"; ->

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Uncle Pkli :

I : The DIM LANTERN gay3: I

; Well, 'This h It

Twenty'years ago, did you wonder '
what your future' would be in

By TEMPLE BAILEY 20 years?

Someone.,says the worst noise is

O PBNH PUBLISHING COMPANY-WNU SKRVICB that of a small boy eating ice. Oh,
no, that of a small boy cracking

a hickory nut with his teeth._

had soft brown hair, and her profile, if Delafield felt that orchids were Little Gain'at a Time

THE STORY SO FAR 'as she bent over her book was the proper thing, why muddle up Civilization forever seeks to
the dull backward'
clear-cut and composed. his mind with her preferences,? bring ,-, sav-
lived with her orother Baldwin in Sherwood age into its fold and makes onlya
Jane Barnes
Young. pretty when she read that rich, The wedding party was assembledin
not particularly impressed little headway. .
Park, near Washington was Delafaeld Simms. wealthy "Edith and 1 are great pals," he of the side Belated
attractive Edith Towne had been left at the altar by one rooms. There is little good sar-
It when she met Evans Follette a dictated.. "I rather think we are very
New Yorker. However she still mused over guests trickled in a thin stream towards .
had left completely discouraged and despondent. casm, and yet it will move morn
the war I'd
whom off
hit it famously.
neighbor going to '
young loved Jane. That morning Baldwin Barnes'on his way to work, the great doors that openedand tains.
Evans Washington had always, offered assistance to a tall, lovely girl In distress. Later he found a hate to have a woman hang around shut to admit them to the main,
bag in she had left In the car.,containing a diamond ring on which was inscribed my neck. And I want you for'' my auditorium. A group of servants, '
had been Edith Towne.
"Del to Edith-Forever." He knew then that his passenger I know it is asking Even Can
with best man. a with Beginner
Already he was half way in love with her. That night he discussed the matter laden wraps, stood at the foot
Jane and they called her uncle, worldly sophisticated Frederick Towne. He vis- lot, but it's just once in a lifetime, of the stairs. As soon as the procession '
Ited them at their home delighted with Jane's simplicity old chap." started they would go up into Knit This Bedspread

Lucy wrote that and waited with the gallery to view the ceremony.In .

her pencil poised. the small room was almost1\
CHAPTER III Then she had died, and Edith had "That's about all," said Delafield. overpowering fragrance. The

-4- come, and things had been differ- Lucy shut up her book, and rose. bridesmaids, in the filtered light,

Edith Towne had lived with her ent.The "Wait a minute," Delafield decid were a blur of rose and blue and ,
Uncle' Frederick nearly four years difference ',had been demon- ed. "I want to add a postscript.". white. There was much laughter, ,..ll,1.l :jlii:-t..e' //111111 wuT

when she became engaged to Dela- strated in a dozen ways. Edith was Lucy sat down. the sound of the organ through the ,
dead affectionate, but she the' Delafield dictated,,. ; 'rye r
field Simms. Her mother was pleasantly "By way, thick walls.
as was her father. Frederick was didn't yield an inch. "Dear Uncle "1 wish you'd order the flowers at Then the ushers came 'in.

her father's only brother, and had a Fred," she would ask, when they, Tolley's. White orchids for Edithof "Where's Del?"

after his moth- disagreed on matters of mannersor course. He'll know the right
big house' to himself, The bridegroom .was,, it seemed,
er's death. It seemed the only ha- morals, or art or athletics,- or thing for the bridesmaids get delayed. They waited.
asked her the lack of it "isn't Edith to send him the color
ven for his niece, so he religion or my "Shall we telephone, Mr. Towne?"
and asked also his father's cousin, opinion as good as yours? scheme asked at last. '
Annabel Towne, to keep, house for "Apparently my opinion isn't Lucy's pencil dashed and dotted. someone j i ;*r 4 / S'ti17' 1,
She looked hesitated. "Miss Frederick nodded. He and his lit ll r ff !o'Sti:' .. ll'f ;u il;.'c ,.
him, and chaperone Edith. worth anything. up, the
stood from rest.
and'rather it is-but must let Towne doesn't care for orchids. apart I ? at'in
Annabel was over sixty, "Oh, yes you Edith smiling but had little to r:;; :
served to play have mine." "How do you know?" he demand' was ,
indefinite, but she me She seemed separated from nd M1'T .lj' 1 Q'TriF.t'INy .
"was nothing Yet time went on he learned say. S :.., '' 1 ..
propriety, and there as 1 j
ed.She the others by the fact of the approaching ,
else demanded of her in Frederick's that Edith's faults were temperedby fluttered the leaves of her 3tr L :. 7.i FF

household of six servants. She was her fastidiousness. She did not notebook and found an order from mystery.
had ceased above "i1 1. '.. 1 ti,
The laughter ; "F' i'v1 ;"j.Ih'at i
a' dried-up and desiccated person, confuse liberty and license. She Towne to a local florist. "He says the tremulous t11'r .a3.} S',ray s ,j 11/i,34; \
the whispers came ri -
with fixed ideas of what one owedto neither smoked nor drank. There' here, 'Anything but. orchids-she. a.l. f ',. ?' ;
of the I a ifJF
echo organ. 21J, f ,
doesn't like them. j j
society. Frederick's mother, had was about her dancing a fine and usher who had to the
been like that, so he did not mind. stately quality which saved it from "But I've been "sending her orchids telephone The returned and drew gone Towne ..4i 1 1I''i' :' .:. L.tl.11J

He rather liked to think that the sensuousness. Yet when he told her every week. ift} 3y.3 jy; :" ...hfv+t ;, i'I-i i.rF'j
aside. 1
she didn't want to tell t :
woman of, his family kept to old things, there was always that irri- "Perhaps" "There's something queer aboutit.

ideals. It gave to things an air of tating shrug of the shoulders. "Oh, you"And I can't"get Del or Bob. They Pattern GUl -
think 1 should have some-
know you
well I'm not a rowdy-you
dignity. may be on the way. But the clerk Knitting with two strands of
thing else for the wedding bouquet?
differ- But I like to play. around. -
Edith, when she came, was that. "
seemed reticent. string speeds the making of these
"I think she might like it better.
Frederick in her grew-in her bur-
ent. So different that was His pride "
"I'll to the 'phone myself, 10 inch that be-
There ,was a faint flush on her cheek. go squares even a
the blue of her
hair burning
glad that she had three more yearsat nished said Frederick. "Where is it?" ginner will show with'pride. Keepone
before she would spend her great beauty, the finenessof "What w'ould you suggest?
college eyes,
But he saved the effort, for of these at handto
was easy squares
the winters with him. The sum- her spirit, the integrity' her 1 can't be sure what Miss Towne
someone, watching at the door, said, fill odd moments-you'll be surprised -
would like.
mers were not hard to arrange. character.Yet "Here they 'come," and the room how many you'll get done.
Edith and Annabel adjourned to the he sighed with relief when, she "What would you like? intently.She .
'relief Bob Before have to
'considered seemed to sigh with as long you'll enough
Towne cottage on an island in Maine told him of her engagement Dela it seriously-her into hand-knitted
Sterling entered.No join a lovely
for week- loved her but slender fingers clasped on her book.
-and Frederick went up field Simms. He none
her "I think," she told him, finally, one was with him, and he worea bedspread or scarf. Pattern 6411
month of strain of
ends and for the August. the less he felt the contains instructions for makingthe
time outofdoorswith It "that if I were going to marry a worried frown. -1t
Edith spent much in his establishment. !
presence illustration of it and of
her young friends. She was would be like sinking back into the man I should want what he wanted." "May I speak to you, Mr. Towne? stitches square materials; needed photo- J
Uncle Fred but bed to take He laughed and leaned forward. he asked. ;
rather fond of her luxury of a feather, graph of .
he did not loom large on the horizonof up the old life where she had en- "Good heavens, are there any wom- Edith was standing by the window square.To
out at the old churchyard.The obtain this pattern, send 15
her youthful occupations.Then' tered it. en like that left in. theworld? I
which had infected cents in coins to The Sewing
came her winter at home, And Edith, too, welcomed her Her flush deepened, she rose and uneasiness
the others had not touched her. Circle, Household Arts Dept., 259
the door. I
to towards "Perhaps
and her consequent engagement emancipation. "When I marry you, ]I '
Delafield Simms. It was because of she told Delafield, "I am going to shouldn't have said anything" Slender and white she stood waiting.In W. 14th St., New York, N. Y.

Uncle Fred that she became en- His voice changed. "Indeed 1 : a few minutes Del would walk up Please write your name, ad-

gaged. She simply didn't want to am glad you did." He had risen and the aisle with her and they wouldbe dress and pattern number plainly.

live with him any more. She felt 1 now held the door open for her. "We married. In her mind that program

that Uncle Fred would be glad to : men are stupid creatures. I should was as fixed as ,the stars.

have her gp, and the feeling was never have found it out for myself." And now her uncle approachedand Aceufata Guaranteed strength, purity accuracy and qualit of

mutual. She was'an elephant on his She went away, and he sat there said something. "Edith, Delisn't
hands. Naturally. He was a great thinking about her. Her impersonal coming- Quality

old dear, but he was a Turk.. He manner had always been perfect, "Is he ill?" PURE ASPIRIN

didn't know it, of course. But his pia .l and he had found her little' flush "I wish to heaven he were dead." .:I.

ideas of being master of his own VIII charming. "What do you, mean, Uncle Keep Motives Clear

house were perfectly archaic. Cousin It was because of Lucy Logan, Fred?" We should often be ashamed of
and therefore that Edith had white violets "I'll tell But we
Annabel and the servants, you-presently. best actions if the world
everybody in his office simply hungon instead of orchids in her wed- must get away from this-" our only very saw the motives which caused

his words, and Edith wouldn't ding bouquet. And it was because, His glance took in the changedscene. I them.

hang. She came into his bachelor too, of Lucy Logan, that other things A blight had swept over

Paradise like a rather, troublesomeEve happened. Three of Edith's brides- those high young heads. Two of

and demanded her share of maids were house-guests. Their the bridesmaids were crying. The Malaria Chills Fever |f

the universe. He didn't like it, and I names were' Rosalind, Helen ,and ushers had withdrawn into a hud-

there you were. Margaret. They had, of course, last dled group. The servants were star- Tat rcliablt Ou'dm Slept chilli and
Ill IllV fever,cleans blood of malaria.Famous // J
ttUjjr) ,
but these have nothing to
It was really Uncle Fred who III ) names, ing-uncertain what to do. .
l I with the story. They had been for 50 years.Money-bad guarantee // Sr/
wanted her.to. marry Delafield Somebody got Briggs and the big .
Simms. He talked about it a lot. At V, h J Edith's classmates at college, and car to the door.

first Edith wouldn't listen. But Del- she had been somewhat democraticin Shut into it, Towne told, Edith:

afield was persistent and patient.He her selection of them. "He's backed out of it. He left-

came gradually to be as much of "They are perfect dears, Uncle this." He had a note in his hand.
Fred. I'll have three cavedwellersto
a part of her everyday life as the "It was written to Bob Sterling. Bob Circumstances as Tools
meals she ate or the car she drove. balance them. Socially, I suppose was with him at breakfast time,
it will be a case of sheep and Circumstances are the rulers of
Uncle Fred always inviting came'back. this
was and when he was
goats, but the goats are-darling. the weak; they are the instru-
him. He was forever on hand, and on Del's dresser."

when he wasn't she missed him. They were, however, the six of '. She read it, her blue eyes hot: ments of the strong.-Lover.

They felt for each other, she decided / them, what Delafield called a bunch'of
the thing called "love." It p// beauties. Their bridesmaid gowns "I can't go through with it, Bob.I .

was not, perhaps, the romance / were exquisite but unobtrusive.The know it's a rotten trick, but time
which one found in books. But she -- color scheme was blue and sil will prove that I am right. And GOOD AT II II

ver-and the flowers, forget-me-nots Edith will thank me. OBUOITOUS
had been taught carefully college "Bob is utterly at sea." "
and sweet peas. "It's a bit old- I "Del.
to distrust romance. The emphasishad UTAGr ,04.wmA .
been laid on the transient qual- break all the rules. In Uncle Fred's 'I fashioned," Edith said" "but I hate She crushed it in her hand. temli jeuu

ity of adolescent emotion. One mar- house everything runs by clockwork, sensational effects. 'Where has -he gone?"

ried for the sake of the race, and and it is he who winds the clock." Neither the sheep nor the goats "South, probably, on ,his yacht."
with her. Their ideas were
one chose, quite logically, with one'shead agreed 6Gi
Their engagement was one of mu- for "Wasn't there'any word for me? ,
instead in the old days different-the goats holding out
as ,
le sedRelceF2
with the heart. tual freedom. Edith did as she something impressionistic, the sheep "No. hlr gs
pleased, Delafield did as he pleased. ceremonial splendor. "Is there any other-woman?" '
there had it. Delafieldwas for '
So you They rarely clashed. And as the : breakfast "It looks like it. Bob is utterlyat s s
There to be wedding -
was a
eligible. He was healthy, had I "
brains enough, an acceptable code wedding day approached, they were at the house. Things were sea. So is everybody else.

of morals-and- was willing to let pleasantly complacent. therefore given over early to the All of her but her eyes ,seemed

her have her own way. If there Delafield, dictating a letter one decorators and caterers, and coffee frozen. The great bouquet lay' at

were moments when Edith won- day to Frederick T wne's stenogra- and rolls were served in everybody'sroom. her feet where she had dropped it. BE CON of

dered if this program was adequateto pher, spoke of his complacency. He Her hands were clenched. :

wedded bliss, she put the thought i was writing to Bob Sterling, who When the wedding bouquet arrived Towne laid his hand" on hers. "My SA1F&TY-:

aside. She and Delafield liked each was to be his ,best man, and who Edith sought out her uncle ,in dear-it's dreadful.

other no end. Why 'worry? shared his apartment in New York.I his study on the, second floor. "Don't-" e Like, a beacon light on

And really at times Uncle Fred Delafield was an orphan, and had "Look at this she said "how in "Don't what? advertisements
the height-the -
was impossible. His mother had big money interests. He felt that the world did it happen that he sent "Be sorry. \ "

lived until he was thirty-five, she Washington was tame compared to white violets? Did you tell him. Uncle "But he's a cur- in newspapers direct

had' adored him, and had passed on I the metropolis. He and Edith were Fred?" % (TO BE CONTINUED you to newer, better and

to Cousin Annabel and to the old to live one block east of Fifth Ave. "No." easier ways of providingthe
nue, in a house that he had boughtfor Cocker Spaniel
servants in the house the formula "Sure?- things needed or
family dates
The Spanyell
n by which she had made her son her. desired. It shines this
"Cross my heart. Cocker is smallest of fam
happy. Her one fear had been that When he was in Washington he to 1386.
They had had their joke aboutUel's ily. A very popular pure-bred dog beacon of newspaper
he might marry. He was extremely occupied a desk in Frederick's of-
orchids "If he knew how I from it will be
in U. S. Standard colors range advertising-and
popular, much sought after. But fice. Lucy Logan took his dictation.She .
he had kept his heart at home. His had been for several years with hated them," Edith would say, and solid blacks reds, to shades ol to your advantage to fol-

sweetheart, he had often said, was Towne. She was twenty-three well- Uncle Fred would "answer,- "Why cream; liver red and combinations. low it whenever you t
don't you tell him? Versatile in the field, can be trained
silver-haired and over sixty. He groomed, and self-possessed. make a purchase.
basked in her approbation; was had slender, flexible fingers, and But she had never told, because into desirable retriever. Great lover

soothed and sustained by it. Delafield liked to tool? at them. She after all it didn't much matter and of human family.


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afternoon and night and made Tampa-WJth the Dry Cleaning
Two Crowd Of 7,000- \tempting eating for the hungry and Laundry strike still unsettled
Clewiston (Continued From Page 1) crowds, many of whom were on' the ,Tampa's 24 cleaning establishments )
I scene early in the morning. Cars began
closed since July 17, opened their i
I to arrive on the market
doors this week in the fact of la-
Games With Pompano the committees, local effort and grounds and parking space by 7:30
state aid on the ,success of the In the morning and by 1030 the bor's threat to call a citywide general -

---- market and of the opening. Repre- place was swarming with visitors. I strike.
sentative Elbert L! Stewart was in The LaBelle Woman's.. ,club with t.
Clewiston divided a pair of good Science Is ,Seeking the group of Notables on the the Ice cream and soft drink conces- I

base ball games here Sunday -with speaker's stand so were state, sen- sion proved to be a "gold mine",
Pompano, losing the first game 8-3 '(Continued From Page 1) ator H. G. Murphy; who asked to and latest reports are that about t

and breaking a tie In the seventh I be excused from making a talk, Lee I $400 has been raised which is to
to win 4-3. iment Station, In further experimentation county representative Guy Stray- apply on the new clubhouse :fund. Good FarmLand
of the night-cap
inning into biological methods of horn and Dr. A. P. Spencer, vice The dancing pavillion, which was I
The results of other games playedthe control.The director of the agricultural exten- the platform of the produce market

same day places the Palm Beach sugar cane moth borer, whichis sion service and county agent direc- shed, was packed with couples

Merchants on top of the standingIn very prevalent in some sugar tor. Former governor Doyle E. Carl- doing the most modern as well as I

the second half play in the South cane fields of the Everglades, lays ton mixed with the group of I old fashioned steps. No rain marred '
Florida League and Clewiston 'drop- eggs on the leaves of the cane plant. speakers and gave a brief 5 minute the pleasure of the day ,and' a cool tor RentTrespassers
with Lake Worth for From six to eight days later, depending talk on what the market meant to breeze made the weather not un
to tie ,
ped a
mostly on temperature, the this country. "You people have the comfortable. After sundown show-

,second Clewiston place.built up a three run I eggs hatch small worms which bore best thing you .ever had," he said ers nearby cooled the atmosphere

lead in the first inning of the first into the cane stalks causing a loss and added he ,was glad to see the and made dancing more pleasant.I
with a barrage of five hits, of sugar content of the'plant due to tremendous improvement going on Harold Moreland and his 5 piece

one game of them a home-run by' Coburn actual feeding of the Insect. More,, in Hendry county. at this time.. I(string orchestra of Fort Myers fur
Moore but this lead was dissipatedas important, the worm gives entranceto I' LaBelle's first auction sale which nished the music.
Pompano was allowed to send fungi which invert the sugar in was the most important feature of \ \

five runners across the plate In the the stalk to an unusable form. II the day'' was considered a success FRANCES LANGFORD BRINGS ;

fourth inning on two hits. The two In previous years, the govern- considering the fact that it was an HUSBAND TO FLORIDA I Will Be

hits were combined with a braceof ment, men and officials of the Experiment entirely new proceeding to this I

errors, a walk and a wild pitch. Station have liberated sev- community and that the arena was I ProsecutedClewiston .
When the third run crossed the eral different forms of parasites, including packed to where there wasn't even Lakeland-Although hotel registers
On the outside, it will merely herald the arrivalof
plate Avant was removed as a small wasp-like standing room. *
Mr. and Mrs. Jon Hall of Holly-
Clewiston moundsman and was replaced known scientifically as Bassus slls- was learned later there were several
by Hendry. Two more runs materus, Introduced from Brazil buyers who couldn't get near the wood, California, hundreds of Lake-

were scored off Hendry. Moore about 1935 by the Bureau of Entomology "bull pen". A. C. McNurlen of Uma- landers 'will be on hand to greet

pitched the final two Innings and and the Experiment Sta-,tilla was auctioneer and of the 383 them on their arrival, for Mrs., Hallis :

Pompano increased her score by tion ,in' cooperation. This wasp has i cattle sold tops for calves was $6.60 none other than Frances Lang-
adding a tally in the fifth, anotherin become well established In fields I$5.50 for cows with canners and ford, famed star of screen and ra-
dio, while Jon Hall, not as cele- Realty And
the sixth and another In the heavily infested with the sugar cane I cutters bringing $3.25 a hundred
seventh. ,Both teams got eight safe borers and is, aiding materially In pounds, top price for steers was brated and glamorous perhaps as
the control of the borer. I $6.20 and one bull brought $4:70a : his charming and talented wife, has DevelopmentCorp'orat.ion
hits.In had leading roles in many cinema
the final game Clewiston bat- Last summer. the same group liberated hundred pounds. ,Buyers present Hurri-
safe hit in I John for Farris & com- successes including
ters were allowed one I a wet form of amazon fly 1 1I were Pugh "
each of the innings except the final I which was discovered and broughtto pany of Jacksonville whose check cane..

one. This' one hit was combined to this area from the Amazon valley I for $2,101.02 represented the purchase n
walk and a wild pitch to of 139 calves and 1 bull, .1
with a I I of South America. These varieties I Is Your Subscription Paid?
score once in the fifth and with a have since died out, it has been 'while those who didn't buy quiteso
walk and a pair of errors to score I discovered. The group this year liberated -II'I heavily were J. D. Kelley for ---------- -

sixth. Pompano scoredin Swift Packing Tom Lykes
twice In the a dry form of the same In-I company
the second with a single and a I I'sect-parasite which originates In II''II for Lykes Brothers, H. Robinsonof ''111111I'

double by Hudnall, the pitcher. Two! the Sao Paulo area of Brazil.It the Florida Packing company "aM
hits gave two more scores in 'the is hoped'' that this new para-I and C. Chastain of the Georgia I I oiR '' !

fifth to knot the score at threeall.In site species will prove more ,effec- Packing company..
Clewiston's half of the seventh of the borer.- Bill Seal, of, Kissimmee e assisted
tive in the control
Hooks was given free passage, stole I Bell Glade News. I Robert ,Ketring to become three, 11111 ,:
second and third and scored on a with the clerk's job while his

squeeze play with Carlton to win FIRST TEST OF LIQUOR helpers gave the local:boys a lift in \$

the game. I LAW MADE IN TAMPA handling the moving and penningof 5V.
Line-ups were as follows: the cattle brought in for the

First Game Tampa:'-The first test of the sale. There were several, "no sales"
Clewiston: Roberts, cf; Bell, 1939 beverage act prohibiting curb where producers were not satisfied 4

rf-lf; Moore, Ib, p; Hooks, c; Clark, service sale of liquor was tried .with prevailing market prices. One

c; Tfllells, ss; Carlton, If-lb; Ward2b before Judge Parks in the circuit .I load' of cows came from Charlotte oblivion

; 'Hare, 3b; Avant, p; Hendry, p; court and ended in a draw. Two I county, 70 head ,of mixed, cattle Padoeo into
Beardsley, If. Pompano: Walton, arrested from Lee, and the balance offered
curb-service operators were i :
2b; Richardson, 'c; Hogan, cf; charged with making such sales. ',were from Hendry and Glades Direct-Reduction Home ,'
With Our
Douglas, ss; Collier, rf; Hilton, Ib; release the ground counties. R. W. Buckles, Kissimmee : :
sought on I
Keene, If; Johnson, 3b; Hudnall, p. that the act was unconstitutional, market manager, was too ill to be Loan Plan, each monthly: ) payment
Second Game found that the there as he had planned. I IN1Et ES That
the court of the loan.
however, r0U cancels
Clewiston: Roberts, cf; Bell, rf; law had not become effective at the The n'ext, sale will be ,held Wed- Y MEor a .

Moore, 1b; Hooks, ss; Wells, 3b; time they were arrested and they nesday, September 6 and manager *4o.' part: is gone-- you pay no interestplRECt
Carlton, IfWard; 2b; Clark, c; of the Jackman is confident of' making M much
were released by agreement it and are u.at near
on :-- you
Forbes, p. Pompano: Greene, 2b; enforcement officeis. The constitu-I even a better showing than at\ :yes-
cf Douglas, because there will $ debt-free home ownership. Ask
Richardson, c; Hogan ; tionality of ,the act was not decided. terday's auction REpuCTtO er
ss; Collier, rf; Hilton, lb; Keene, the present post office. I II I not be so large a crowd ,on hand in L and shall receive further good
If'alton; If; Johnson, 3b, Hud I I II I the arena to cause confusion and you
nail, p.Standing. NEW COCOA POST OFFICE keep those materially interested on .- news about: our home loan plan.

the outside.

of'Teams After Games Cocoa-Bids for the constructionof The. chamber of commerce had '\.

Sunday, July 30'von a new $70,000 post office build-i 5,000 plates of barbecued meat with

lost Pct. ing here were opened In Washington pickles, bread and coffee and the ,
town's eating places were not able Clewiston Federal Savings
Palm Beach ............3 1 .750 last week and,construction is I ,
of the
within two hours to take care .
Lake Worth ............4 2 .667 expected to be started soon. Plans I /
overflow ,of home folks and visitors
Clewiston ..................4 ,2 .667 and specifications have been on filet
who not served on the grounds. and Loan AssociationV
Pahokee ..................2 3 .400 the local post office and the were the
I I to
Fourteen were
Hobe Sound .-........_2 4 .333 Cocoa Chamber of Commerce for
I during late Tuesday
well-done stage
Pompano ..................2 5 .286 more than a month.

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