The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00748
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: August 18, 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
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System ID: UF00028415:00748
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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\'OI.tJIE 30 .
18, NUMI1EU .. .

if i : FIRST 'STORM' GOES Kiwanis Club Holds 'I'' MANY REAL ESTATITRANSACTIONS .New Store BuildingCompleted This Week STEWART NAMED TO

Business Meeting I MEMBERSHIP ON E.D.


The Kiwanis Club met at the The new concrete block business

!I: NIGHT LAST FRIDAY Inn Wednesday night for a business DURING PAST WEEK building just south of the post office 'I LANDOWNER BOARDLandowners

[; meeting and a greater part of the on Bond Street built by

Contractor J. F. Tippey for ThomasE.
meeting time was taken up by certain
f-" committee reports and the' The past week has been one oi : Markette has been completed I representing 1,251.-

fII II The first tropical disturbance oi urging by President Art Lawrence ,the most active in real estate trans and Mr. Markette Is this week moving 914 acres in the Everglades Drain-

fl ill the year which hatched out in the that the other committees report as fers in several years in Clewiston I i the stock and fixtures of the age District met in the criminal
[ i Windward Islands and drove a quickly as possible. and the office of J. E Beardsley, !Clewiston Radio and Electric shop I courtroom at West Palm Beach

i straight course west north-westward Several letters were received local broker, reports the following I from the Baker Service Station Tuesday and effected an organization -

I until it had crossed Florida Friday from neighboring ''South Florida sales. A number of others have been I building into the new location. to work with the district com-

i night, brought only heavy rains to closed but cannot 'be ,missioners in trying to refund its
clubs stating that they had receivedthe practically The new building has a large display -
certain sections and gale winds I
resolution from the Clewistonclub reported as yet. room in the front for the large $17,000,000 Indebtedness.The .
a narrow path which went as high I'
miles hour. Two minor for a larger sugar quota and Miss Marion F. Leydig has secur stock of electrical appliances which landowners' organization will

" as seventy per in each instance the club had unanimously ed title to lot 1 in block 412 in Mr. Markette handles and big windows work through a committee composed -

injuries were reported as a endorsed the resolutionand which the Clewiston Laundry is: on either side of the entrance of one member from each of the
result of the blow on the East
I had drafted letters to congressmen located as well as lot 3 west of the, give space for an attractive window 11 counties comprising the district.

Coast. asking their support of larger Leydig residence and lot 28 northof display. A partition across the rear Nine members of the committeewere

! The center of the storm passed the laundry in the same block where
r Florida quotas. of the building forms a room selected Tuesday as follows:

:; north of the Lake, Okeechobee City There was also some discussionof The last two lots are those which repair work and office work may Broward, J. D. Butler, Deerfield;

''I L\ getting the worst wind of any lake I the district convention to be Mrs Leah Spicer has used under be done. Collier, D. Graham Copeland, Ever

community. The center entered the held in West Palm Beach in the lease for the past several years for
Mr. Markette expects to get glades; Dade, George Merrick, Miami
state in the vicinity of Jupiter and, future and the club was urgedto her attractive flower gardens.Lot .
near everything moved into the new ; Glades, J. H. Peeples, Moore
II the course was changed little in the Block 161 has been
5 in
register a hundred percent at- place and straightened out fox Haven; Hendry, Elbert L. Stewart,
passage across tne state, Tampa tendance during the three days of purchased by Hendry County Motors
a formal opening next week. Clewiston; Highlands, Austin Pearce
i getting almost the full force of the convention. and adjoins their property on the
li Okeechobee; R. C. Alley,
storm. Heading northward in the west giving them 175 feet or'high
'I West Palm Beach; Okeechobee, R.
Gulf the blow dissolved on the way frontage. It is reported that
E, Hamerick Okeechobee Palm
) northwest Florida coast with the. will begin constructionsoon EXCAVATING FOR ;
TOWNSITE WORK IS company Beach, W. Turner Wallis, West
squalls. on a new sound-proof office
Palm Beach.
Clewiston escaped almost entirely building on this lot which was recently I

from any effect from the storm, the NEAR COMPLETIONWorking filled in with sand to street SCHOOL IS BEGUNExcavation Monroe and St. Lucie Countieswere
not represented at the meet-
highest, wind recording here being level.

34 miles per hour shortly before Lot 28 in block 176. the secondlot ing .and W. Turner Wallis, chair-

ten o'clock Friday night. .93 inches with almost unbeliev- east of the Zerney Meredith residence for the foundation of man of the meeting, was' instructed -

i of rain fell here during the day able speed an army of carpenters has been purchased by Mr. the new Clewiston school buildingwas to request the county commis-

I Friday and only .21 in the wake of under the direction of Fred Hen- and Mrs. R M. Bishop presumablyfor started'this week by Contractor sioners, the State Senators and Representatives -
Paul Bussey but Mr. Bussey of those counties to
the disturbance Saturday. An average drickson began the first of Julyto the construction of a new duplex
lot owned by states that he is uncertain just confer with landowners and choose
of three inches was recorded build, eighty-nine new structuresat apartment. The was

II Friday on the east shore of the the Townsite Plantation village Mrs.. Helen Hathaway of Minneapolis when actual construction'work will their members.

lake. of the United States Sugar Corpora- Minn. be started. Following the general session

1 I The anemometer at the hurricane tion and this week were workingon Lots 20 and 21 in block 362, a Certain structural steel and reinforcing the committee met and elected W.

i gate at Okeechobec registered sev- the last of these structures. half block east of the Standard Oil steel must be received before Turner Wallis, chairman and R. C.

enty miles an hour in gusts several Finishing work such as painting, service station, have been sold by concrete' foundation footingsare Alley, clerk.In .

times in the forty five minutes be- screening and other things will require Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Couse of Moore poured and Mr.' Bussey says the- afternoon the members

tween 8:45 and 9:30 p. m. and the several more weeks of work Haven to an unnamed purchaser. that, no further work will be doneon held a conference with the district
excellent building lots excavating until he is assured
average velocity during this time and framing work is still underwayon These are commissioners and It was decided
the highway.The that the steel will be on hand whenhe ,
was 52 miles hour. This' was fronting on committeewill
per some of the larger structuresbut that a meeting of the
Lumber Company, acting is ready to use it. .
the highest velocity recorded with the progress made in the seven Royal be called within five days after

Canal Point showing a 58 mile peak, weeks is almost beyond belief. Land- for' another purchaser, bought Meantime a storage shed is being the bondholders protective committee -
lot 7 in block 170 across from the constructed for tools, cement and
Belle Glade 40 miles and Moore Haven
scaping 'of lawns and streets replies to a letter the chairmanwas
R. C Wilson home and adjoining other property on the edge of the
38 miles per hour. Okeechobeealso been carried ,on ,as the work progressed authorized to write.
lots from Walter A.. street in front of the building exayatlon -.
had the lowest barometric pres-. and lawn grass planted., As''a he: Otto Larsen ; : ,
letter will request that no
j The
Smith of Philadelphia. A $4,000'esidence ; ;
sure, 29.69 Inches.Automatic result when the, last building is
is understood to be contemplated conference between
tide guages at the completed the lawn plots, will be r: committee
committee and landowners -
this site. Acting for :
Okeechobee hurricane gate which well covered with grass and ,readyto : on Bids Opened TodayOn 15 and
other purchasers the lumber'com- be held before Sept. ,
I' are not affected by waves, showed ; be mowed.
! 28 and 29 that all litigation instituted by the
also bought lots 27,
!! that the water level normal that : pany Levee WorkBids
Each of the homes, some with J. Steffen bondholders beheld in abeyance in
, I ;n block 161 from Henry
day at 14.52, receded to' 12.8 at three rooms, some with six, are finished I
'Smith .
3f Indianapolis and Walter A; the meantime.A
7:30 as the wind blew from the with asbestos shingle siding
sf Philadelphia. These lots are for the completion of the resolution offered by R. K.
north and by 9:30 had raised to
and will be most attractive, forming
18.5 as the wind whipped around the most modern plantation village across, the street east of the Tom project for strengthening the levees Lewis, West Palm Beach, was

Shelley; duplex and just south of the along the east shore of Lake Okee- expressing the landowners
the adopted
to south. The edge of the stormis of the many owned by the corpora-
,, believed to have struck Okeechobee tion. new school building.Lot chobee; from Bacom/ Point .to Port confidence in the district commissioners -
I 14 in block 409!), across the in the
and it is thought that the center Myacca will be opened today and expressing appreciation"for

went north of that Ol munlty. The ,mess-hall is completed and street from the Clewiston Laundry Jacksonville district' office of U. S. their efforts in trying to solve
1 the big recreation hall and commissary -
small residence "
and which has a Engineers. of the district.
the problems
''Reports Indicated that some damage are well underway as is located on it, was sold to Gene

i. had been done to roofs and I the commissary manager's home of' the laundry by Olaf Hansen This project was stalled and partially A motion was adopted requiring

flimsy structures but dam- Bailey completed by the engineer the committee to report back to the
greatest I which Is located east of the main of Sebring. Mr. Hansen, who
I Iredge Welatka: last year and con- when It receives a,
age was probably done to the fruit village between the commissary and of the bondholders
I the contractor on
crop In the path of the storm. I the Western Division Hospital. vas Clewiston homes several sists of' raising the levee in that proposition from the bondholders
The U. S. Engineers manned the ;. section of the lake and throwing up omralttee.
The homes In the new village are I fears ago, built the dwelling and lake side of the
hurricane a. wide berm on the
gates, patrolled the levies by
expected to be ready for occupancyby occupIed it during his residence in undue Another resolution adopted
and carried out all'of' the detail levee in an effort to prevent landowners
the -
I from would require
October 15 and the present Clewiston.; action in the the group
from wave
I work incidental to' hurricane emer- progress it is safe to say that they Mr. Beardsley states that new.lomes 1 erosion; committee to request the
gencies the same as if a severe time. are!open lake.Tract committeeo
) will be ready before that or' business buildings. bondholders' protective
L storm had been reported. The short I
Y contemplated on most or all of : permit as many actual owners of

wave radios at the Moore Haven Negro Games Are hese: lots which presages a new Is Cleared bonds and certificates of Indebted-
lock and each of the hurricane gates
i Building boom here within a few ness as possible to sit in on the

permitted constant communication CrowdsBetween iveeks.} For Fall Tomatoes onferences.On .
Drawing Big
,: with each of these points and the motion of R. A. Henderson,

Clewiston sub-office. Many people Catches BigCatfish Fort Myers, a resolution was adoptd -
i listened to the broadcasts and'fol, Negro W. S. Bowdon has leased 160 of the
800 and 1,000 people, stating it was the sense
lowed the course of the storm by: of sand land adjoining the
white and colored, were present at In CanalA meeting that any debt settlement
tuning In on their own short wave highway west of town and has completed -
'I Belle Glade at a recent game between I agreement adopted should provide:
sets. of the land for
the Bear Beach plantation limit on tax payments
I for: placing a
District Engineer Col. Lewis H. tract
could in fall
whose name planting crops. of
baseball team and the colored teamof negro on individual parcels
Watkins, his assistant, Col.. Simpkinsand Belle Glade. The game had all: be learned, brought In a catfish has never been' planted before and would not be subjecto
G. H. Brown, head of the Miami and weighed it in at Par- required considerable clearing to and so they
I the thrills of a 'well-played game, further taxes for debt service
,I office, met Carawan Nelson and the readiness for crops.
kinson's Store which tipped get it in
the Belle Glade team finally nosing when specified amounts had been
t A. R. Broadfoot here Sunday to out the plantation team by a score scales at twenty-two pounds. The :Mr. Bowdon plans to plant one Should this provision not be

make. a survey of the levee systemto of 4-3. negro said he landed it on a hundred acres of the land in fall >aid. in the debt settlement plan,

determine the storm damage. cane pole in the, rim canal near the tomatoes and the remainder ,jn lima included that thenext
Last Sunday at the the resolution provided
They whatever
reported no damage
hurricane gate and had another on
Bear Beach from Benbow 5-4 beans. the necessary legislation -
won Legislature pass
except 'on the north shore levee which was just as large or' larger i
and this be I before a large crowd. to put it Into effect.
was so slight as to almost ; he unable to land.
negligable. The high waves The Benbow Tigers will go to which The largest was bass reported this :Clewiston To Meet James Franklin, Miami, chairman

had caused some erosion above the Brewster next Sunday, for a return afternoonby of the Everglades Drainage Board
point normally affected by 'Wave'ac- game with the Brewster team which week T.was McCoy caught while fishing from Pahokee On SundayThe ailed the meeting to order and

tion but the material washed from won an, 8-6 decision from the Ben- Johnson's Camp with ME.. Von asked Fred Kent, attorney for ,the

this higher point had sifted Into previously bow team a few weeks ago. Mach and A. E. Oliver. The trio Clewiston baseball team will oard to explain its purpose.

eroded areas at a lower the commissioners had decided -
; caught several more nice Pahokee team on the Pa-
I elevation and no material was lost. Buy Pure-Bred StockMrs. G. Small redeemed himself for histhreehour hokee meet the diamond next Sunday In a it was time another report to
struggle with a fish trap double header. The teams are even- ot its activities should
HARLEM ACADEMY TO Kent proceeded
last week by bringing in a four and a couple of close the landowners. Mr.
t. GET NEW COAT OF PAINT R. M. Bishop and son Ralphof pounder Tuesday afternoon. ly matched to detail the various steps that have

: Lake Harbor and Dan Beardsleyare games are expected. in effort to refund,
Peter Chagaris went out Tuesday been taken an
Paint has been received for deco- spending this week in Gainesville indebtedness during the
afternoon and brought in four nice the district
1\\ rating the exterior and interior of where the boys purchasedsome Officials To Visit two He said H. C. Rorick -
bass but none of them a prizewinner. past years.
i the Harlem Academy, colored school pure-bred stock to raise on head of the bondholders proactive -

prior to the opening of the 1939-40 their farms in connection with 4-H committee, had advised the

term.It club, work. I Division engineer Col. J. J. Bain the bondholders overwhelmingly -
Is also hoped that the twenty- Ralph, jr., purchased a registered I .- of Richmond, Va., and district en- rejected the board's

five foot addition to the building eleven-month's old Hereford bull r ,J. F. Tippey is this week building gineer Col. Lewis H. Watkins of latest settlement plan, which provIded -

will be completed by the time for and a pure-bred Hampshire boar. a new dining room and kitchen on Jacksonville will arrive In Clewiston for refunding the debt on abasis

i the opening, the large number ot' Dan will bring back, a pure-bred the house owned by Mrs. George tomorrow for a ,two day inspectionof of 38 cents on the dollar with

6 C y students now making the present Angus bull to cross with Brahma "Yon and occupied by Mr. and Mrs. the U.-, S. Engineer projects in (Continued on Page 8)I

building very crowded. __ I stock In a beef cattle ;experiment. ,John S. Kettl.',' .' ,this area


Beauty Aimed Give )
Comprehensive ReportSuch

,How Much Does College Cost? Anti-Administration Congress beauty and personality as

a strange girl applying for a job
Hangs Up Paradoxical Record in'small town store possessed!
The boss could'not resist. Even

though she was entirely' without '
With Unprecedented SpendingEDITOR'S experience he* believed that she
would be 'a good business getter.

Carefully,'"he instructed her, andas

( NOTE When opinions are expressed in these columns, they he showed her how to operateher

are those of the news. analyst and not necessarily of this newspaper.) cash register, he added:

____ ___Released by Western Newspaper Union__ ______ __ "Remember nov to ring up the
result of every sale."
CONGRESS : ation power and his $2,000,000,000 He watched her for a while and

:. K'A +V hY currency stabilization fund. was astonished to see her go so
j F a 't M aM: \ C, 'Res Ipse Loquitur9"It White House Defeats. Vivid in often to the cash register. He

speaks for itself," said Franklin retrospect, they include: ((1) his $3- noted that she went there once

Roosevelt in Latin after the 200,000,000' spend-lend plan, emascu- for even prospective customers.He .
house refused on roll-call to pass lated by the senate, killed by the found that she was ringingup

his $800,000,000 bill expanding FHA's house; (2) his $800,000,000 housing time after time, "No Sale."

I lending power. To both house and expansion bill; (3) neutrality revi-
senate he forwarded "my good sion, on which much of the nation
wishes for a pleasant vacation." agreed with him; (4) a 1939 relief
deficiency appropriation of
Then he bundled up some 350 last- $50,000-
minute bills and left for Hyde Park 000; ((5) rejection by the senate of

while his loyal friend from Florida, two appointees (Virginia's Floyd
Roberts, as federal judge, and Nevada's -
Sen. Claude Pepper, was holding up
William Boyle, as U. S. at-
,adjournment by denouncing the "un-
L _,_ v w righteous partnership (DemocraticG. torney for Nevada), and withdrawalof e s .4

WHAT; will it cost_ to send your son or daughter to college? Last year O.P. coalition) of those who have ,, two more whose rejection was
University of Minnesota students were asked to keep budget been willing to scuttle the American imminent (Wisconsin's Thomas Am-

books by the Northwestern National Life Insurance company. Their find. government and jeopardize the lie, ICC appointee, and ,Donald

ings may help if you add or deduct for climate, size of college and size peace of the world because they hate Wakefield Smith, NLRB appointee) ;
of city. Outside tuition (which ran $11.07 per month for women, and Roosevelt and what Roosevelt (6) refusal to hike debt limit above

$12.33 for men) average monthly costs were $59.70 for women and $56.54for stands for." $45,000,000,000 (but long-term bond
month out of town men ceiling was raised).
men. Out-of-town coeds spent $80.60 per ; But when the first session of the 7"
8490. Students living at home spent about half that much. Conclusion: safely Other legislative moves, some minor -,
Seventy-sixth was
Out-of-town students spend $18 to $21 a month more than students livingat congress New,Deal victories, other minor By burning, 25% slower

: home. defeats, but only one (Hatch bill) than the average' of the 15

carrying important political implications other of the largest-selling
: 4

C.J House approval (over White House objection brands tested-slower than
) of $50,000 to probe NLRB. any of them CAMELS give
) of undistributed profits tax in smokers the equivalent of
"business appeasement" tax revision bill.
Bill also provided reciprocal taxation of
federal and state employees.C EXTRASMOKES
J Postponement to next term of badly needed .
wSvSw railroad-aid legislation one of the ses
sion's greatest failures. Only move in this
> direction: Approval of voluntary rail debt
adjustment without necessitating bank

ruptcy. PER
; : Y.. r. C J Postponement of much-debated revisionof
( '7 (1) farm program, (2)) Wagner labor relations -
1j P act, and (3) wage-hour act. PACK
4 C J Defeat of Townsend $200-a-month pensionbill
and passage far-reaching social security -
amendments which freeze old age annuity
pay roll taxes at 1 per cent for next
three years, extend coverage to 1,300,000more
people and liberalize benefit payments.
C.J Passage of Hatch "clean politics" bill
(received coldly by White House because it
eliminates much of the administration machine
.a from 1940's campaign) which pro fVjQyr.
r! n scribes political activities of all except top.
bracket federal Jobholders. !:4 ,yy

t..Ak,<'..r C.J Refusal to revive Florida ship canal (a
FLORIDA'S PEPPER White House proposal).

: 1 iy: '3 : ". willing to scuttle jeopardize ." C of J Continuation Dies committee(over White on un-Americanism House objection),

which was called a "forum of disgruntled
: packed away, observers meditatedon politicians." J
its record: A rebellious, anti-
Here is Sigma Chi horseplay at University of California. At Minnesota White House gang had nevertheless POLITICS:

,"out-of-town fraternity and sorority members spend $100.03 and $97.10 appropriated the record-shattering
I [ier month, respectively, exclusive of tuition. Out-of-town students who peacetime total of $13,344,077,162see Truths

lon't belong to fraternities and sororities, respectively, spend an averagef ( chart), including a last-minute Open for public inspection this / :.
$73.67 and $67.58, exclusive of ,tuition. A substantial saving.Jf' $119,000,000 farm loan fund for the month are two great, pertinent political -

sake of quick adjournment. Appro- truths: (1) That the right kind GMe; f/I
C. .xrro"dO.tlY
.rR. G u Kr.Ck 4 priations tabulated: of publicity can turn a third rater :.

ae: :1J 1 Relief. WPA ..................$ 725,000,000 into a first-rate presidential
Relief ,(supplemental) ........ 100,000,000 date almost overnight; (2)
4 : Relief ((1940) ................. 1,755,600,000 candi-I
b4i2? First deficiency............. 23,765,041 day as always, public
,.,I f Independent offices .......... 1,668,218,340 sufficiently pliable to make
;; r Legislative establishments.... 21.851,779 face
: I" '" Treasury-post office .......... 1,700.615,054 any new
; j: that r 4 :w
: n Military establishment: may pop isrsiiS
Tr ....... .. e t..ttL It
:-...ir1i; War department. 508,789,824 up. The conclusions- .
Supplemental war depart )4
ment ..................... 223,398,047 : "
Nonmilitary ......... 305,188,514 First, that
Navy department.......... 773,049,151 presidentialcampaigns
Second deficiency ............ 157,619,059
Agriculture and Farm Credit. 1,194,498,633
Interior Department ......... 172,679,765 are largely a
District of Columbia ......... 47,002,347 of
Department of Labor ........ 30,536,170 matter milder in
State-justice-commerce departments smart publicrelations COOLER, smoking
...................... 122177.220 Camels.Extra
i Urgent deficiency ............ 3,099,377
Third deficiency ... ......... 185,176,066 work; second smoking, too, as shown by the following -
Permanents and indefinites. 3,624.812,775 that 'results of a recent impartial
YHti I' 1940's election of 16 of the
: E
I Total .............,"....,$13.344.077,162 laboratory comparison
is not in PAUL,McNUTT largest-selling brands:
.as. ; Observers also examined the the bag for Going up?

{r.y1..YY3irS'C; x.t piece-by-piece record of legislationand any man. CAMELS were found to contain
found Franklin Roosevelt's Cause of this excitement is PaulV. 1
At University of 'North Dakota, At North Carolina State college early-session victories almost offset McNutt, who popped back from the for the 15 other of
his student built his own home near many women 'make their own his late-session defeats, though they the Philippines two months ago, got than average
he campus. At Minnesota, out-of- Clothes.: Minnesota sorority coeds knew no switch back' to the senti- his handsome picture in the papers, the largest-selling brands.

own men spend $11 per month for spend $19.59 per month for clothes; ment of last January is in prospect was called a "charming young
'loom; women, $15.47. Meals cost non-sorority, $13.13. .Fraternitymen next year.: The record: man" by President Roosevelt, then 2 CAMELS BURNED SLOWER

lut-of-town men $25.80 a month; : $12; non-fraternity, $7.25. One White House Victories. Congresswas ended up by getting himself named THAN ANY OTHER BRAND

Vomen, $25.90. Average beauty and coed in three uses tobacco and the not all bad to the President. federal security administrator. TESTED-25 SLOWER THAN

jarber shop costs per month: $2.34or average cost is $1.58 per month com- The senate confirmed all but 10 of hisAPPROPRIATION From here he may develop into the I THE AVERAGE TIME OF THE 15

women98 cents for men whether pared to $2:41: per month for men President's crown prince.In OTHER OF THE LARGESTSELLING ,

fraternity or non-fraternity. (also one out of three). June Candidate McNutt ranked BRANDS! By burning 25% (
15 '
0 F D l l fifth among Democratic hopefuls as slower, on the average, Camels give
tabulated by highly accurate Gallup smokers the equivalent of 5 EXTRA

polls. In order: Garner, 47 per cent; SMOKES PER PACK!(
Farley, 16; Hull, 12; Hopkins, 5;

: /0 McNutt, 3. Six weeks 'after his fed- In the same tests,CAMELS HELD

eral appointment, Paul McNutt had 3, THEIR ASH FAR LONGERthan
:Xa+R'i" i a'G jumped to second place. Jack Gar-
the time for all
ner, still well in the lead, suffered a average
t f mite. The standings: Garner, 46 other brands.

per cent; McNutt, 13d; Hull, 12, Far-
5 Yes,Camel's fine,slow-burning,more
ley, 12; Hopkins, 3.
expensive tobaccos do make a differ
Other political news: Ohio's Sen.
Delicate taste..fragrant aroma
% ence.
%i ryri so'rr Robert Alphonso Taft, bad trailer in .
its best and
...smoking pleasure at ,
,;, G. O. P. Gallup polls, became the
s4 ,
first to toss his hat in the ring. more of it/ Camel is the quality ciga-
o '
29 30 3132'33'34'35'36'37'38'39
smoker afford.
:yfjsU rv rette every can

; in an anti-New Deal year. Hot OilHeaped
; 10,988 appointees (including New atop several score other
y :WN. + :. 'f...4 r 4rwa
? .
.wtif h v .My. Louis-
: Dealish Supreme Court Justices indictments facing prominent

Frankfurter and Douglas, equally ianans was a federal charge against
New Dealish Commerce Secretary former Gov. Richard Leche, whose
Hopkins and AttorneY'General Mur- feet had heretofore been kept clearof

phy). Passed were his unprecedented the muck surrounding state offi-
m_ __... ________'__ m__._" w._. _.__ __<<,.__...<
Cecil and Carrol Lowe, father and son, share books at Illinois' except for Guam fortification) ; Leche, Politician Seymour Weiss your best cigarette buy !
modified governmental reorganization and Freeman Burford, Texas oil,
dcKendree college. Minnesota coeds spend $5.06 per month for books; ,
nen, $5.38. Men spend $6.85 for amusements and women, $1.14, proving (which will save about $30,000- man, with stepping up productionof Let the Ads Guide
he man still pays despite all ,this talk about Dutch treats. DentAl 000 a year), and his 1940 relief pro- Rodessa oil wells and running the I
and medical: '$1.97 per month for women; $2.16 for men; low, thanks to gram, laden with restrictions. Con- contraband or "hot" oil over into You When Shopping '.
tudcnt health service. tinued were his gold content devalu- Texas, violating the Connally act: t IQUESTIONOFHOUR



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SUNDAY Lesson I ( ( on Various Information Subjects

Dean of The Moody Chicago.Bible Instituteof The Questions The Answers

d Released by Western Newspaper Union.) 1. What is polyandry? 1. The pa session by a womanof

2. How does a whale feed its more than one husband at a
Lesson for August 20 young? time.

3. What shapes the destinies ofa 2. The whale, a viviparous mam-

Lesson subjects and Scripture InternationalCouncil texts selected ,.. ., people? mal, suckles its young.
and copyrighted by w'n h. u.-
of Religious Education: used by '- 4. How does a patriotic American 3. Their modes of thought.

I permission. woman salute the flag? 4. By placing her right hand
5. What political figure was over her heart.
BEVERAGE ALCOHOL AND known as the "Plumed Knight"? 5. James G. Blaine was known '

THE COMMUNITYLESSON 6. What is the most abundant as the "Plumed'Knight"

metal contained in the earth? .6. Aluminum. :
TEXT-Joel 1:5-7; Daniel 5:1-3. 7. What is meant
by referringto 7. When we refer to a diamond
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GOLDEN TEXT-Woe unto him that giv- a diamond as being so many as being so many carats, we,refer
eth his neighbor drink.-Habakkuk 2:15. v,4 carats? I I to its weight.HOWSEW.. J.

"None of us liveth to himself"

(Rom. 14:7).
What concerns the individual con- i1c

cerns the ,community, for the com- RUTH:fifH I Ithe
munity is made up of individuals.The .**, TSZLr-i SrJtff7<&r W& & :

man who uses alcohol has no

y right to claim that it is a personal
matter, for alcohol is a poisonous -_.... window
r : .. width less two inches.
drug which not only injures the individual < r.; .. t. ".. h ] B 1\ C .1. Point B is 6 inches below the up-
but makes him a danger. .'
..' per left corner. Draw a diagonalline
and a liability .to his community._ .....
from A to B, and a curve
Before going into our lesson let uS"look from B to the lower right cor-
few of the facts DF
at only a many
1 ner. Place the edge marked C on
available.In .
a fold of the goods. The diagonalends
the five since repeal, Ymzo
:S'vkLe"er' cew' twlmo lwo'df / %' l 5. are pleated and stitched intoa
is that $30,000,000,000has
it estimated
t !
G band as at D.
been for intoxicants witha E
profit to the industry of $13,250- ONEPIECEIEALS WITH I For the end pieces, cut paper 15
000000. But what has it cost the : (See Recipe Below) inches wide and 24 inches deep. E

is 3 inches below the upper left
people? Macaroni Creole Loaf.
.t "In 1937, an entire city the size One-Piece Meals BAN corner. F is 9 inches in from the
(Serves 4-5)
of Detroit was maimed and injured, upper right corner: G is 6 inches
and an entire city the size of Omahawas Lucky is the homemaker who has 2 cups cooked macaroni r down from the upper right corner.

permanently injured, by the, inh: recipe file a series of sugges- 1 cup soft bread crumbs Finish the top as at H.

'automobile; Sixty per cent of auto tions for:"one-piece_mea s."- 2 eggs IMPORTANT speaker was The offer of the two 25-cent sew-

fatalities are due to alcohol" (Chief After a long, lazy afternoon at Vz teaspoon salt ; scheduled, and the club rooms ing books containing 96 HOW TO

Justice of Municipal Court, Evanston the beach, perhaps a busy day' 2 tablespoons green pepp-jr were' looking rather shabby. The SEW articles that have not ap-

Ill.). with sugar 'nd spice, and the pre- (chopped) decorating committee reportedthat peared in the paper will be with-

"Rape has increased 13 per cent serving kettle, the meal that can be % cup cheese (grated) formal draperies would lend drawn soon. At present you can

and the more atrocious forms 40 prepared and served all in one 1% cups tomatoes an air of distinction. The funds get both books for the price of

per cent in the last eight months" course is a life-saver. V4 melted butter wouldn't stretch and the committee one; but,don't delay; send 25 cents

(Police Commissioner. Boston, And what food can you find that cup mustard wouldn't give up. Finally, every with name and address to Mrs.
Mass.). lends itself as aptly to thistype of tablespoons prepared cent was put into material. Spears, 210 S. Desplaines St., Chi-
"Criminals for the return of meal as macaroni Dash celery salt, onion salt, and
are Sewing machines hummed'and cago, Ill, and both books will be
liquor, wet propaganda to the con- V and its closest white pepper here is a sketch of the miracle sent by return mail, postpaid.

trary notwithstanding, and with the 'I 1/" of kin? These Mix all ingredients in order listed. that was wrought. Here also are

coming of repeal will come the foods, including Pour into a greased baking, casse- the dimensions that were used for
of wholesale crime this ih spaghetti and noodles role. Bake 35 minutes in a mod-
greatest era 1 making patterns for the graceful :y'fi /... 100IN THE SHADE.
country has ever known. The crim- as well as erate oven (350 degrees). Unmold valance sections which were fas- =- \ii ft 0BUT COMFORT IN YOUR
inal world is tensely expectant and macaroni, are carefully and serve. tened : V- SHOES WITH FAMOUS
rods with
over \o
,\--o-i' in food snaps. ".': MEXICAN HEAT POWDER.
prepared to launch immediately high en1.r' Scow. For the looped section, cut pa- /." '\ "-
'into its millennium crime. The and contain
ergy ,
(Serves 6)
per inches deep and half as
return of the saloon inevitably will .. some building
bacon sliced) wide as the window measuredover
% pound ( Education a Refuge
loods'as well. Yet and
and they're light
bring prostitution -
open gambling"
2 onions medium ,size the frame.' From the
( & upper Education is an ornament in
kind of food that'sneeded
(Statement by a criminal in appetizing-the
I, prison ,before repeal ,became effec- to meet the requirements of 1 pound round steak (ground) right corner to point A is half of prosperity and a refuge in ad-

1 No., 2 can tomatoes _,_- .. versity.-Aristotle.L '
..tive). summer. Served with a green salad -
1 8-ounce package: spaghetti
:!: _"America is 'on the worst gam- ,, or ,a fruit dessert, any of these
1 No. 2 whole kernel corn
bling spree in its history. A gross "one-piece" macaroni dishes make % teaspoon can salt It AROUND miserable withMALARIA
f population, not including all rural highly satisfactory meals. tal

- I districts, of 80,000,000 persons is Spaghetti Ring With Asparagusand % teaspoon pepper w iii
dallying with $6,000,000,000 in winnings Eggs. Cut bacon into small, pieces and, THE HOUSEWhen

l and losings, of which all(but (Serves 6) cook until crisp in a large skillet. and COLDS whoa

about $1,000,000,000 passes throughthe 1 8-ounce package spaghetti Remove bacon C will check MALARIA fast and
Milk Soursl: If
bits brown the your rec- 6 6
hands of the underworld where 'c-' ,
1 cup cooked ham (ground) l ) sliced onion in ipe calls for sweet.milk and you U gives symptomatic cold relief.
much of,it remains" (Courtney R. % clove garlic (chopped) '
Cooper). : the hot fat, and find your milk has soured, you' LIQUID TABLETS.SALVE.NOSE DROPS
2 tablespoons pimiento (chopped)
can use it by adding one-half teaspoon
take -
finally out
The American Business Men'sfoundation
r lk teaspoon salt I
i of soda to each called
the onion slices cup
i ,
Chicago, reports that' Vi teaspoon pepper Men and Causes
for. Follow your otherwise.
liquor was responsible for the rejec- 2 eggs (beaten) and use the re- recipe Men are not always as good as
\ SChildren's *
tion of more than 93,000 applicationsfor % cup coffee cream .. / maining fat for the causes they lead. Glenn
insurance last year and that browning the Lunch.-Equal partsof Frank.
Filling. '-'' ground meat, seedless raisins and peanut but-
as a result widows and orphans will "," '
L ultimately be deprived of over 2 tablespoons butter breaking it into small bits as it ter blended together and spread

{ $200,000,000 of insurance, making 2 tablespoons flour cooks. Then pour in the tomatoes, between slices of bread or graham J .

! 11-- some of them public charges. 1% cups milk and allow the mixture to simmer un- crackers make a delicious lunch
-. V> teaspoon salt til it ,is fairly thick. Next add the for the children.
Three words which are altogether
Vi teaspoon pepper which has been broken *
I ,
. appropriate for the liquor problem 1 cup cooked asparagus (cut) Fish.-The
into 2-inch lengths and cooked until Crisp Fried secret of 0 0
I will serve to summarize lesson.I. .
, Devastation (Joel 1:5-7). 2 hard cooked eggs (sliced) tender in boiling salted water. Then frying fish crisp, and'brown, without -
Break spaghetti and cook until
add the of the browned either bread crumbs is
I{ can corn, egg or ,
; Drunkards are called on to awake
I t I from their 'stupor and weep and the which tender in 1 2 table-quarts boiling water to onions, and crisp bacon bits, and the to dry the fish well, sprinkle both
I seasoning. Allow this mixture to sides with plenty of flour and
h drinkers of wine
(note that!) to wail salt has
Iii over the loss of their drink because been spoon added. Drain simmer slowly for another half plunge it into boiling fat. Be sure
: i. + hour, covered. the fat is boiling and have plentyof Purity and Truth
Ii i of the devastation
wrought by the and add to it the f' }
is the feminine truth the
it that the Purity ,
as upon depends
locusts. This plague had come be- d Hasty Noodlefest.
ground ham, garT'lie crispness and brownness. masculine, of honor.-Hare,
cause of the sins of the people, and pimiento, salt, Cook half a pound of noodles in

t may well serve to exemplify the pepper, eggs and salted water and drain. While they

f devastation which will follow the cream. Pour into are cooking, heat a can of cream of
i use of alcohol as a beverage. The
buttered ring mushroom soup, adding a cup of
f nations of our day need not think mold, place in milk to it if it is the condensedkind.

that they will escape if they continue shallow pan of hot water, and bake Add ,also a tablespoon of Cereals and Cereals
on their present road of reck- at moderate temperature (350 degrees chopped onion, % teaspoon salt and |\ come qo.J3 .

less indulgence. ) for about one hour. two hard-cooked eggs, sliced. Add V ,
; II. Debauchery (Dan. 5:1-4). To make the filling, melt the but- the drained noodles, mix "well and I \

The familiar'story of Belshazzar'sfeast ter in a saucepan and add flour. put into a buttered casserole. Cover -
should be made to live again Blend thoroughly and then add milk. the top with buttered crumbs

as we point out that we here "have Cook, stirring constantly, until mix- and bake 35 minutes in a moderately flTT '
vividly manifested three of the ture thickens. Add seasonings and hot oven (375 degrees).
great characteristics of the day in lightly stir in the asparagus. Fill

which we live-a coming together center of spaghetti mold with the ,

i of great multitudes for a riotous nightof I creamed asparagus and garnish This year's crop of peaches,

drinking, which must of course with slices of hard cooked eggs. pears, plums, and berries is wait- -

:, end for many in disgusting drunk- Baked Macaroni-Creole Style. ing to be transformed into rows toasted Corn .
: enness; provision for acts of dark-
(Serves 4-5) of sparkling jellies, spicy relishes .a KEllOGG'S .
est sensuality in the fact that all elbow macaroni and rich marmalades. In this '

the wives and concubines were 2%tablespoons package onion (minced) column next week Eleanor Howe 14a"i95 Flakes year '
invited to this feast ,and
a con- 2 tablespoons butter will give you some of her favorite
temptuous, deliberate insulting of recipes for easy-to-make and de-
the name of God" (Dr. Wilbur M. 1 1 green No. 2 pepper can tomatoes(minced) licious-to-eat jams, marmalades 0 after year, America'sfavorite

Smith). -
and pickles.
I'J III. Death (vv. 5, 17, 25-28). 1 tablespoon sugar U the largest- ,
; Dramatically swift was God'sjudgment 1 teaspoon salt : ;

upon Belshazzar's Vt pound country style sausage

sumptuous sin. Magnificently bold pre- % cup soft bread crumbs (but- Easy Entertaining.In selling ready-to-eat

t and direct was the condemnation by tered) this new cook book by Eleanor
Cook macaroni in boiling, salted Howe you'll find over 125 practical
Daniel, the prophet of God. Re-
lentless was the immediate judgment water until tender. Drain. Brown suggestions and recipes for.partiesof cereal in the
the onion in the butter add
; green description. Birthday
of physical death (see v. 30), par- THE
J and equally sure is the ultimate pepper and tomatoes. Add sugar ties, picnics, buffet supper and /
judgment when the drunken king and salt, and cook until the green parties for the bride-for all these '

stands before his Maker to answer pepper is tender. Make the sausage and many more social occasions, Coma
for the deeds done in the flesh. into small flat cakes. In a buttered you'll find unusual menus, new reci-

The fact that God does not writein casserole, place a layer of macaroni pes and practical hints for the host- ,111 Il ld
in then a layer of sausage, and an- ess. Send 10 cents in coin to "Easy 1 '
our day flaming letters
on the other layer of macaroni. Pour the :
saloon wall before the bleary I Entertaining, Eleanor Howe, 919 1. I
r' eyes tomato mixture over this. Sprinkle
North Michigan Avenue, Chicago,
: of the drinker does not mean that
"."", His judgment is less certain with buttered crumbs. Bake in a Ill, and get your copy of "EasyEntertaining"
moderate oven (350 degrees) for
. I .;. nor does it make it less,dreadful. i now.
about 45 minutes. (Released by Western Newspaper Union.)
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I I opening sale at LaBelle last week I Palm Beach, not far to go ,from This is xnough to makx anyonx
to excite and amaze me. mad.. How would Hkx to gxt an
their homes. But today one of them you
The Clewiston News I found a crowd of 7,000 people attending -
with Howard Hartley, timx wantxd an x. An x
x xvxry you
company I l and one of the greatest lies dead, the victim of a murderous -
to complete arrangementsat is an x, not x. Do you sxx what I
I came up events in Florida's agricultural his- assault and the other lives withan
teed every In Clewlston, I this end of the line for the reception -!I mxan?
Friday stockmen
tory took place when these awful experience which she will
Florida, by the CLEWISTON NKVSICCATIILEY I and ,entertainment of the saw the buyers representingthe remember to her dying day. 'What I would likx to know Is, if

Lnc. big Florida Press party that will at- houses actually pay you will givx, mx a typxwrltxr that
big packing
: which these '
tend Florida 'Week ceremonies the more for the better blooded stock.. I There was little from doxs not makx an x whxn I want

UOWUUJT, Editor 1 end of this month.In Heretofore all the preaching for girls could take warning. They were. an' x. Bxcausx if you glvx mx an-
not accosted by a strange man withan othxr typxwrltxr that makxs an x
as nearlyas fenced has
I order to experience better blood and ranges
Entered as second class mall mailsFebruary -:; possible a trip identical with I been handicapped by the fact that evil proposal. He had a profes- I whxn I want an x you can havx C

Clewiston,1.Florida 1927 at, under the Post the Office Act ,fr.1'.' I;: that planned for the tour party we few cattle raisers ever got any real, sional record, including some pub thx damn thing bacc with all its
I recreational activities.They x's. An x is all right as an x, but
March 3, 1SB7.Subscription. rode in 'air-condItioned coaches difference in cash, Income from lic service in
- I I and found up it very comfortable, leaving I good stock than he ctd from the old knew that girls ambitious to an x is oh, hxll. Sincxrxly yours,
I Onx x-mad rxportxrs.-New
Rule $::.OO I'er Ycnr. Jacksonville at 7:50 p. m. and time piney woods free range stuff. get into''' the movies or radio must of your

RntcN On Application. arriving in New York the following He had to sell to buyers who were have studio tests. That's what he York Press.
Advertising afternoon at 4:15.Accommodations. lumping everything in at so mucha l offered them. It was nothing unusual -
and little Inducement was \
for our entirparty nothing improper. They
welfare ;
Devoted to the advancement and I I offered the man who grows the cat-
and Hendry County !I been arranged for at< and had permission to
have their parents '
of Clewiston tle to invest money and go to extra Monday, August 28, 1939 ,at 4:00
___ 1 I the Martinique Hotel, just two short better animal. go. With Palm Beach only a little o'clock P. M., United States Eastern
trouble to a
Standard Time, is fixed as the date
school building Is at last ''I'[blocks from the Pennsylvania Station But today, with the new markets way off-an afternoon's drive back and the time when, and the City
The new at 32nd street. Man- Hall in the City of Clewiston is designated : -
underway. It cannot be completedtoo Broadway II the cattleman sees ,his animals go and forth-they probably never as the place where, the City
I ager J. T. West is a delightful host on the auction block and sell for thought of danger. Girls of their Commission shall hold a public meeting *

quickly. i and Is going out of his way to what they are really'worth. He sees age, in these times constantly put and for acting the upon purpose applications of considering to adjust -

he'll I make our party comfortable" during the well fattened calves and steers I themselves in greater jeopardy than compromise or settle delinquent
Cochran says he hopes that taxes of the 1938 and prior tax roll*
electric chair and quickly.In I their stay. raised on good pasture with possI- that seemed to bo; and think .nothing of the City of Clewiston
get the at the World's Fair, ice bly some supplemental feeding\ Such applications must be filed in
that hope: every one of us .will I Arriving of it. writing on or before August 25, 1939
; found officials of both the Florida weigh "In at double the poor range stating reason for said applicationand
concur. I exhibit and the big show itself I stuff. And it isn't 'going to take\ So they went along, and the I I showing cause why such delinquent -
should be adjusted, com
cattle pic "lurking evil" of Governor Dickin- !I taxes y
to extend every courtesy to long to change Florida's promised or settled. -
Real estate transactions are a eager Floridians and an elaborate \ son's warning cought up with them.I This notice dated this 24th day'
ture.The cf July, 1939
healthy sign of a community's prog- West changed _from isolated instance thousands -
entertainment program has been An among MALCOLM W. BIGG. Clerk,
ress. Several have been closed here I provided for with cocktail_ parties, horn to the shorthorn and the"long-I that never turn out to be CITY CITY COMMISSION.OF CLEWISTOX.

during the summer. ceremonies and numerous special I and Angus in mighty more than vexation? Perhaps. But July 28, Aug. 4, 11; 18, 25.
when they saw it was profitable.!
courtesies. one young girl is dead and another
construction programIn I Florida will change the same way
The summer
who take advantage of the marked for life by a chance they
Thoce ideas
Clewiston is well along toward and even quicker because
completion. But from all reports special tour rate of 52.50 will find spread faster today than they dida should not ,have taken. Even if it

another building epidemic will soon that this covers just about everything decade ago.-Hollywood :Sun.A I doesn't happen often it is a lesson

out. but meals and they need right, on, and girls under the age
break i
J spend little above that amount un- LESSON FOR GIRLS I of discretion should learn it well.

tropical disturbance less they care to do so. also, for so-
The first scoff'at Governor There is, a lesson, _
merely thumbed its nose at us as The fair is a marvel, far super- Those who hayethe ciety. The fiend whose crime is t
of Michigan
We hope that none of ior to the Chicago Show with magnificer.t Dickinson
went by.
it comprehension,
shocking beyond
of which horrible affair at Miami to cast O
familiar than exhibits' anv one
them become more 11UI" their' hoots. It is grim notice has been at similar odds with the
than the gate doubt on
Friday. Ms well worth more I
did the one admission. The shows: on the that there is sin 'yin the world law since a morals charge 'when I

One or two new city streets are I grounds are of the highest type, and backs up the governor's warn- he was 15. He is now on parole-

now being opened up. We should i comparable to those you would pay ing that girls should beware lest it from a penitentiary sentence whichtraces

like to see street markers placed at I S3.00 to see in a theatre and ad- leads to their undoing. to girl trouble. There Is evidence Consider .i;.itMs

each intersection as the next step in mission to ,your choice of the, bestis There is perhaps nothing unusual that he has been a demented

building the city of Clewiston. I included 'in your tour rate as wellas i in the circumstances preceding the menace for years. Yet with the authorities AngUs
I main gate admission and trans- East Coast tragedy. Here in Fort knowing all that he was r ,

Only two more weeks left before I portation.The Myers we- are about to try a murder turned loose to continue his quest home is reel
contest closes. The prizesare I is glorious to i for There is somebody Owning your own
the fishing Florida exhibit a case in which events leading up unwary prey. I because save the

nice ones and there is plentyof I achievement, overshadowing _all it were not unusual.; A young man guilty here, ,other than the loath- I" landlord's profit. Any you family needing -
opportunity for someone to get- :, other state exhibits and ranking bent some wretch who has confessed it.
on an evening's 'pleasure .home win do well to loot at
that first-class first prize reel. with the outstanding ventures of ed up a girl. Before they parted he -Fort Myers News-Press. \ our selection hornet and buy i I I

the entire Exposition. While lo:= before real estate values increase
attemptedto was dead, shot to death on the ,
The League of Nations cated far from the center of things, fugitive from FROM TUX "T ASTX ASIXT farth r. Wewill gladly help you 3
beach and she was a
interpose in the current European which proved a handicap during the attain deb -free ownership of your

quarrel and the UP says Hitler was early days ,of the [show, the estab- swiftly pursuing justice. To thx Xditor: I home thru payments-liVe rent.
Danzig with tears in The Miami affair, had its start in
very angry. lishment of a special boat. and bus Fxw wxxks ago I usxd onx of I

his eyes? \ I service and the opening of an ad- nothing more serious._ Two high your typxwritxrs. At first I was I Clewiston Federal
wiles ofa i
listened to the
school girls
close by with ample "
Fish mission gate vxry plxasxd, but not for long. You I
According to Congressman I parking space has served to boost man who promised them a chanceat sxx, thx troublx is this. Evxry tlmx and Loan

we may be awakened Sunday of anotherwar morn- ,attendance and today Florida is at- movie careers.. That:is, not with I ,want an x I, gxt_ an x. ,Now this is f Savings dJlI ,

ing, by the reverberations tracting large crowds daily and out precedent. To make the arrangements gxtting- -mx mad. Bxcausx whxn I''' "

in Europe. The end of the world "holding her own with the other at- they went with him to want an x I want an x, not an x. I Associationhvwvvw
has also been set for definite' datesin '
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still turning -------------------------------- -- - --
the past but so far its Monday, 28 has been designated \
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as usual. ** ** *w: !"tMJ"t"J J'JMtM:**""MMi"t"JMJ* JMt"J: : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : I.4*****."***)
Florida Press Day.Miami Headedby Boys .:":.".:.."..:."..:......"...."....".".".:"wv...."...:."v.".?......'.--i.i--........**."."."!"...:."!"*...:...*..:..:"*....*..:..:..:-+.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:*..:..:-::. .
the famed Greater
Several neighboring counties are x
Drum and Bugle Corps, our entire
declaring a quarantine period priorto I sYff
the opening of schools due to :'party will tour the entire Fair_ =1/= x
Grounds received by City officials -

the the infantile south Hendry paralysis county epidemic schools in : Fair officials and other dig- :!::;: ENJOY AN '- ,; ..1,,:",: -:.:.:.i:.
will :::: .:. :.
at I nitaries. The Drum Corps givea .:' '. '
have observed such a quarantine .....i.. '\' : :
and should seri- drill and concert and entertainers ) { :::i:
times in the past ii -
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Exhibit will providea
Florida ;
at the
ously consider it again this year. ) .!,,:. ',,;"" s
special program. In the afternoon ALL ELECTRIC ::::!: I
at :;::!: {\ '_ t: -;
will be staged .
cocktail party -. ::
Governor Cone has not commented a .., ',': ;; : i ::
of the the Florida Pavilion where Florida :ii;:: ;/: ',
change ..-
on the President's .:..:. ," : ::::::
date for Thanksgiving. As Florida newspapermen and their guests will ii! ; HOME f:

celebrates Thanksgiving on the date meet local scribes. y

set by the President or the Gover- That evening all will be taken to ,, yyY xxYY

nor's proclamation and no special the Aquacade, hit show of the Fair 44r \ .?.:.

mention is made of the last Thurs- starring Johnnie Weismuller and :::: .i..}

day in November it appears that Eleanor Holm. Our party will also .:":. ::::::

we'll eat our turkey on the 23rd. 'I be the guest of George Jessel and x::: ElectrIcIty is the modern servant; a servant that ++

i Al Shafer at the "Old New York' :i::;: takes care of both the work and the pleasures of the ::i:::::::
Some believe that President show where you will have an oppor ;_: :

Roosevelt in breaking tradition by I tunity to ride on the old-fashionec :;::: home and one that will do everything quickly, efficient- q*.*.

the' date for Thanksgivingis horse-car listen to an old New Yorl : :
changing .!..:.
and II :::
just putting out a feeler to see'night court see delightful Ann Pen- 'i'.:. Iy economlca y. hyv

what the country will think of his nington and other stars in a bang y :

breaking another precedent and up old time musical show. :;::: One penny will toast 26 crunchy slices of toast, or :;::;:

running for a third term as presi- minute of the three and a ::
Every :i:
dent. If he had waited until Christmas half days in New York will be packed ::i::_: give your eyes, two hours of safe reading light or operate

and abolished the gift exchange, and jammed with excitement, in *: *:: your radio for most of a ,day-and-ELECTRICITY is, : ::

Idea made at himself that immensely time he would more popu have ,!fact ranged so for many your things entertainment 11 aYebeen that ar :::: one thing that gets cheaper the more of it that you use. :

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lar with the fathers of the country. ..
you are going to find it hard tc 1:1:1

take advantage of 'all of the events, :!::: That is why it is so easy to have and 'enjoy a home :!::

.:..:....:..:..:..:..:.. :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:... you'd It you better haven't contact already:your done local so ** that is all electric and modern. :YYY t.:::

newspaper right now and make your yy yAyy

Too Late To Classify reservation for the Florida Press yA.s. .,.,
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Tour to the New York World's Fair ...' :
By RUSSELL KAYNew leaving Jacksonville Aug. 26, an all : : I \ :t:9':

*. expense tour, covering everythingbut :i::::: ELECTRICITY IS YOUR CHEAPEST SERV.I ..
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VW #%V ,
'**WV WWfcM"%% M%-.0'*" y
meals at only $52.50. You'Uget yv.....
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York You know, when the more for your money than you y+ ::
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typical born and bred -New Yorker ever got before and you can takeit :;:::: ANT-USE 'IT EXTRAVAGANTLY. xxif ; ;

from if miss this great
I you
first time he
visits Florida for the ,
party you'll miss the time of your I x
gets the thrill of his life' You'veseen ix

'em struck dumb as they gaze.I life. : :
into the depths of Silver Springs, :::;i: ,. : :
go ga-ga over a flock of white her- CATTLK INDUSTRY Y 11 44., xxil

ons or a row of cocoanut palms andcarry ,

on like a ,wo-year-old with ,a '
Opening of new state livcf'tockmarkets

shells orange toy balloon, a grove.hedge over of a poinsettia mess of or sea an LaBelle cattle this in the country year heart mark at of Arcadia South a real Florda's new and-. il 1 Glades' Power and light Co. if.s'

Well, I'm like that right now forI ....
lay in the state's cattle Industry. .:. MY
get the same kind of a thrill out
Arcadia market was opened several ++
of New York that these folks get weeks ago. The opening sale ....t. ..

from Florida. The amazing trans- vas highly successful and regular t hh
: :.

portation bustle of system crowds, the towering hustle skyscrapers and- I sales hown have a constantly been held growing since that Interest have ..V...:....:..:...:.i""i""i"-.:"X'X"XMXMH: : : : : : : :. .: :. :. :. :. :. :. :. .: :. .: :. :. : : : : : : :. : : : : .:".,:.....:;yI.":....:.."..:.....:...:...:).J..:....:......:.".:.."..:..:.."..:.'....X.....:..X....:..X....>".X....:.X. ..:.X.:-..:..::...X'......*.:..%..*.:.:.A..:.*'

and bright lights never, fall on the part of the ranchmen. The

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I I As the Florida Press Association property, and to become a Free Dealer -
Mr. and Mrs. E E. Kelly motored Mass! in Pahokee. In every respect, and that the
schedule of Pahokee is trip includes all expense except prayer of her Petition should be
to Avon Park Sunday. Mrs. Kelly'sniece I The Mass :
meals, members of the partyvill granted;
and nephew Miss Peggy Jo< 10:30 every Sunday, excepting the< IT IS THEREFORE ORDERED, AD-

[ Personals ) Smith and Charles Smith, jr., returned last Sunday of the month, whei !find everything taken care of, with JUDGED AND DECREED That the-
In said Petition and the
their railroad and hotel reservations; prayer be
with them for a visit. Mass: is at eight o'clock.: The' public same Is hereby, granted and that the
I regardless of religious belief, made, baggage transfer, taxi and said PAULINE BERNER be, and she
I transportation to and from their is hereby, authorized to manage, take
tis always welcome in this chur ;. charge of, and control her property,
Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Cuttino and r hotel and the Fair Grounds, admix- and to be and become a Free DealerIn

Billy Perry Is visiting relativesin family, returned Wednesday from a COMMUNITY .1 sion to the Fair an'd other details; every respect.
Sarasota for a few days. two week's vacation which they; I CHURCH arranged, all of this being Included .Aug. 18. 25, Sept. 1, 8. 15.

spent with relatives in Suniter S. Royal Palm Avenue I:in the special tour rate of $52.50.

f v' N. C. Storey of Miami Is spendinga Car. Forest C. Taylor, Minister I i As the purpose of'the trip is to IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE

few days In Clewlston on business. I support the Florida Exhibit and TWELFTH JUDICIALCIRCUIT OF

--- Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Pafford and Morning worship and sermon!,give the state as much publicity as :, FLORIDA IN COUNTY.IN AND FOR. HENDRY

Miss Beatrice Jacobs is visiting daughter, Mary Kay, returned Sun- every Sunday. ..&t eleven o'clock. I possible during "Florida Week," RE: )

Miami. day from a two weeks' vacation I the tour, while sponsored by the PETITION OF BERYL )
her mother in Sunday school at 9:45 every Sunday P.OWDEN: TO TAKE CHARGE)
it which they spent visiting relativesIn morning. Press Association, is not limited to OF AND MANAGE HER OWN)

and near Bruswick, Ga. Anne I newspaper folks and anyone desir ESTATE AND PROPERTY,) \:
Sandy Bell is spending his vaca Senior Christian Endeavor every AND BECOME A FREE )
Pafford remained in Brunswick for ing to join the 'party can do so by DEALER. )
in Lake Worth.T. at 7:30.
Monday evening I DECREE
a longer visit. making reservations with your local
The public is very cordially In This cause came on to be heard upon
:newspaper or communicating with: the Master's report filed herein, and,

'II i I McCoy left Tuesday to spenda Mrs. C. D. Cappel of New Orleans vited to worship In the Community 'Russell Kay, Secretary of the Flor. upon consideration thereof. 'x
two-weeks vacation at Miami Church. IT IS ORDERED ADJUDGED AND
Press Association
is visiting her sister Mrs. I ,ida State Tampa. DECREED as follows:

Beach. Tarlton for several days. Mr., and Traveling in new modern air-con 1. That this court has full Jurisdiction
i -' I. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH I of the subject matter .of this
i ditioned coaches, the party will
Mrs. O. C. Cappel, accompaniedtheir
and that all and neces-
Mrs. H. C. Jones and children Corner Ventura ,and Central Ave.nucs cause proper
mother on the trip to Clewis !leave Jacksonville the evening of I sary steps have been taken Incident
left this week for a visit with. rela- "The Friendly Church'Services' ''and necessary to presentation for this
in Jacksonville
26: Those arriving -
ton left this morning forNew Or- Every Sunday: I:August I final hearing.
tives in Jacksonville.
leans. Sunday School at 9:45. a. m. B.I: any time during the day 2.; That the report of the Master
----; will find headquarters establishedat appointed herein be and the same is
Campbell Nail left Sunday for a E. Herring, Supt. hereby fully confirmed In every respect -
Flaniken I the Seminole Hotel, with comfortable and the applicant Beryl Bowden -
Mr. and Mrs. B. C. and 11
trip of several days to Morning Worship a. m.
business rooms available where they who Is known as Mrs. Keathley
Port St. Joe. children, Bevoly and Bettye Carol, B. Y. P. U. 7:00 p. m. A. H.1, Bowden. and who Is now a residentof
I rest and meet their friends.
may Clewiston. Florida, be and she Is
left Tuesday for a stay of a few King, director. Mrs. Herman Davis
hereby granted a license in accord-
Members of the tour' party will be
Mrs. H. L. Delaney of LaBelle weeks In Tampa. Mr. Flanlken is i associate. ance with the prayer of the petition
., registered In the hotel lobby upon
I and she is authorized to take chargeof
, i I visited Mr. and Mrs. Harry Turner on a special assignment at the En- Evening Preaching at 8 p. m. arrival. and control her estate and tc become -

gineer office in Tampa for a few Midweek service every Wednesday a free dealer in every respect;
, Sunday. to 'contract and be contracted with
days and the family plans a vaca- I evening at 8 p. pI. to sue and be sued and to bind her-

i ii'' Joe Johnson of Fort Myers was tion following his work there. I W. M. S. each 2nd and 4th Tuesday Road 25 To Be self in all respects as If she were
Clewiston Friday I at 3:30: at the church, Mrs. A.
business visitor in
I MRS. J, W. EZELLE R. Broadfoot, president. Open In 6 Weeks Myers. Florida this the 10th day of

ENTERTAINS CARD CLTJBl The public is cordially invited to August 1939. Ceo. W. Whitehurst,

R. Holland and two sons # attend all services. Circuit Judge.
j Mrs. I.
!I have returned from a stay of two Mrs. J. W'. Ezelle entertained her The pulpit will be filled at both Road 25 between Six Mile Bridge August 18, 25, September 1, 8.Johnson's .

months with relatives in Edon, Ohio. card club with a dessert bridge at the morning and evening service by I'and Twenty Mile Bend is open-at

her home Wednesday afternoon.Mrs. Rev. H. O. Denham. A cordial welcome i least to some intrepid adventurers.

,J C. V. Rafn is visiting on the T. B. Shelley received a is extended to all. I A number of more "nervy" motorists -

i East Coast during a :two weeksl Hall pitcher as high score prize, and I There will be an important busi- i in Belle, Glade have driven Fish CampNear

I, vacatlpn. Mrs. R. N.> Smith a box of Old Spice ness meeting of the church after I around precautionary signs at ( Hurricane Gate). l

-, powder as cut prize. the evening service at which time I[both ends of the uncompleted stretch
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Kolstad of Playing were Mrs. Shelley Mrs. I the pulpit committee will submit a I and made the trip slowly but suc- Clewiston, Fla.
r I All Mot..s-Gulde Service
; Canal Point were week-end guests Smith, Mrs. H. R. Hall, Mrs. G. B. recommendation for pastor; I II i cessfully. They report the drive is Boats and

of Mr. and Mrs. G. E Wenzloff. Thomas, Mrs. W. W. Perry, Mrs. I. I members are urged to attend. not dangerous but unfinished road I Rates Reasonable
",I The Sunbeams will meet at the 11: H. Johnson Igr.
I M. Pafford, Mrs. Keathley Bowden I I shoulders make fast driving some
church at 3:30 Monday' afternoon.The .
Mrs. G. B. Thomas and Mary and Mrs. Ezelle.BARBARA I what perilous.
Saturday in cottage prayer meeting will
Louise Thomas spent that
I Road supervisors announce
I be held at 9 o'clock. Tuesday morn
Fort Myers. BROADFOOT HOSTESS about six more weeks vill be required -
ing at the home of Mrs. G. E. I i
10 GIRLS AUXILIARY to fully complete the high J. f M. COUSE
Miss Tillie Geiger of Miami was. Wenzloff. I

a business visitor In Clewiston, Wed- The regular program meeting of I way. Counselor and Attorney nt I.HW
Barbara Broadfoot hostess to
the 'V. M. S. will be held at the t The Ebersbach Construction Co. Hopkins Building ,
nesday.' I
the Girls Auxiliary of the Baptist
contractors Road 26, moved
church on Tuesday afternoon, at I, Wednesdays and ,Saturdays
Church Tuesday afternoon at her I several pieces of road equipment 4:00
B. G. Benson returned this week 3:30. All ladies invited. I huge 0:30 to
home. The "When the :
program was through Belle Glade Wednesday -
from a vacation trip to Daytona I.
Sun Sets In Japan. '
including a giant roller ma-
Beach. Miami Band Joins i
Punch and cookies were served I chine. Moving of the equipment indicates -

by the hostess to Doris Hodges, ,
that work on that projects
Mr. and Mrs R. N. Smith, Bobby Press To Fair
I Mamie Trice, Joan Walker, Elizabeth I nearing completion.-Everglades
l and Mr. and I
and Howard Smith Winn, Marilyn Davis, Betsy: I Mews. Good Farm .
Keith Hartsfield and baby
i Mrs.
Springer, Wynn, I
Fort Myers Beach. Miami-Accepting an invitation i
spent Sunday Jean Tingle, Betty Stough, Doris iI. -
from the Florida State Press 'Association I.-
c3 Simmons and Peggy Jo Smith fAvon I I '
I Mrs. S. O. Doty and Miss Nell Park. the Greater Miami Boys I Land.

Doty of Lakeland are visiting their Drum and Bugle Corps,, sponsoredby READ THE AD$

and brother J. R. Doty and the Miami Chamber of Commerce
Mrs. Doty. BAPTIST CHURCH MEETS and City of Miami 'will journey to _Along With the NewsIs for Rent
New York on the "Press Association -

Miss Betty Spicer and her guest.. Special" to participate in the
Members of the Young Peoples
Campbell of Miami, returned ,elaborate ceremonies arranged for
Miss Pat Class of the First Baptist Church Your Subscription Paid?
Sunday from a visit of a "Florida Week" at the World'sFair. .
met Thursday night at the homeof II

few days in Gainesville. their teacher, Mrs. G. E. Wenz I
This crack musical organization,
loff with Miss Mae Stone i
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Perry, Misses Lilly as In personal charge of Commandant 'I'WKLFTII JUDICIAL, C1HCUIT' OK
Bessie and Kathleen Lewis, John Robert Fennell, is known throughout IN CHANCEUY. TrespassersWill

and Bill Perry spent Sunday in very enjoyable evening was the country. Since its organization IN THE MATTER OF THE
spent( and a delicious lunch was appearances have been made APPLICATION OF Be
l Palmdale. I
\ served. in 65 cities and 15 states, includinga BECOME A FREE DEALER.

\ Kathleen-Lewis and Miss Those attending were Miss Billie review by the President at the'ation's I ORDER AND DEClnI ProsecutedClewiston
Hooker, Miss Edythe Nell Cornette, capitol. And now on this 15th day of Aug-
Bessie Lewis left Tuesday for .ist.A.. D. 1939 the above entitled
after visiting Mr. and Mrs. Miss Gaudy Waters, Miss Mildred Heading the press group on arrival I natter coming on for hearing upon r
Tampa Teagh, Miss Stone, Mr.: and Mrs. in New York, the Drum and the report of H. A. Rider, Master In :
W. W. Perry for two weeks. Chancery. to whom this matter was
Manning Carter Mr. and Mrs. Man- Bugle Corps will lead a parade from hereinbefore referred by the Order of I

t ning Keen, George Crow, Clayton the Pennsylvania Station to the ho- this Court, with the authority and I
Mrs. Dave Alston is spending this direction to take;: testimony and to
Wade Waters, Munselle Stone, Carolton tel, and the snappy 112-piece out- make Inquiries as to the capacity, '
week in LaBelle, relieving Prevatt, Carlisle Reddish and Junior fit, resplendent in new colorful competency: and qualifications of the 1\ I
Cartee in the Alston Drug' Store above named PAULINE BERNKR: : to -
l Waters. uniforms, will participate in all Lake;: charge of and manage her own \
there during his vacation. And
ceremonies and events at the Fair estate and property, and to become Realty
I 'I DAUGHTER BORNMr. a Free Dealer; ::1
Miss Doris F. McNabb of Jacksonville Grounds. And it appearing to the Court from
The addition of this splendid the report of said Master herein filed : DevelopmentCorporation
arrived here Tuesday and will that the said PAULINE BERNER is
and Mrs. Judson Francis of musical organization to the Press twenty-one
married over
woman I
stenographer in a
be employed as a
anal Point announce the birth ofa party, which already numbered over year sof age, residing at Clewiston. '
the U. S. Engineer office. Hendry County Florida and that her l
six pound baby daughter on Saturday 100, including many outstanding Husband, is CARL H. DERIdER and

August 12. The young lady business and political leaders as that the said PAULINE BERNER possesses :
Emmett Shelley left Saturday fora the capacity, competency and
vacation of two weeks. He is has been named Mary Catherine.Mrs. well as newspaper men, insures qualifications; to take charge of. manage -
Francis, before her marriagewas this being the largest and most Impressive and control her own estate and
visiting his mother, Mrs. Z. H.
Miss Mildred Ward. of Clewis- group of Floridians: ever I

Shelley in Cuthbert, Ga., during to represent the state ina, single ....... .. ........................!..>.:**:.-:.*:** **:**:**:**:":**:**:*
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part' of his vacation top. .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.: : : : : : :-: : : : : : : : : : : '
mpvement. \ ::

'Florida Exhibit officials, enthusedover +

\ Von Ed Mach Von Mach will and return Miss tomorrow Margaret Ilrilillimll!! !l !I mmmmm' lmm! {[ mmmmm'' tl mmllmI111 ll lI!!! !! the splendid cooperation being 's''.. SOLD .+.

given by Floridians, are completing y y
from Detroit where they have visited m- entertainment -
r WITH THEChurches plans for a great reception and .1 's1
relatives for the past two ': ::
I II s in New York. :
=: first .
1 since
months. Monday, August 28, has been of- ..;, August .ty

I Miss Beth Nail of Moore Havenis LIllmlli d Day"ficially and designated an elaborate"Florida program Press has I\I :;: 12 properties covering 22 lots, :::

spending some time In Clewiston : m mmlmimim! l mmlim'' llimlmmmlilillmm been planned. Those In the' press .t.

She is substituting In the bank for of commitments involving ;
ST. MARGARET'S CATHOLIC, party will be taken on a tour present
Miss Mae Lily Stone, bookkeeper, CHURCHRev. New York which will terminate at Iii

who Is on vacation. complete 5 :i:
the Fair. Grounds where a 111 ore.
Lawrence J. Flrnn, Pastor :;: .:.
personally conducted tour of the en- .:. .s.

I Mrs. J. G. Niblack and son, John, Mass each Sunday morning atE II tire Fair will be provided. .s. These sacrifice resales are scarcer and' ;;.,

1 who are visiting relatives in the o'clock', excepting the last Sun- In the afternoon the group will + :::

:, central and northern part of the day of the month when the time is ;be officially received by officials of :;: higher. :

state, are now in Lake City for a 10:30. ] the Fair and the Florida Exhibit at Spicer Jim Beard- _*;
*: Art Lawrence Betty ,
t i stay. Confessions are heard every Sat- a cocktail party and special enter- ,

urday evening from 7:30 until 8:30 tainment program at the beautiful I :!: sley will be glad to talk about properties ::

Mrs. H H. Turner left Wednesday and before all the Masses.: Florida Pavilion. A number of the ; :
j I still available
,. accompanied by her mother, \'eek-day Mass every morning at outstanding exhibitors as well as :: > y

Mrs. H. L. Delaney of LaBelle, for 7:30.. directors of the better shows and

\\1 a vacation of two weeks at Miami Devotions in honor of Our Ladyof attractions have extended special invitations .

Beach. Perpetual Help 'are conducted to the press group and the i|

I Friday evenings at 8 o'clock fol .problem at the moment facing Sec- ::: J. Beardsley

I :Misses Lydia and Lillian Hoffman lowed by Benediction of the Most retary Russell Kay, Earl Brown and

of Wheatland North Dakota, are Blessed Sacrament. work out $:;:
other officials, is to a pro- :_: Real Estate ;
visiting Mr. and Mrs. G. E Wenz- Religious Instruction Class: for gram that will permit the acceptance PHONE 60'' $

loff and Mr, and< Mrs Clarence children Saturday morning at nine of as many of those courtesies _:i:. HOPKINS BLPd. .J*

, (C' Krug'er.: ', here in Clewlbton, and after Sunday as possible. '..;..;..;..;..;..:..:..:..':..:..)+:..;..;'<..XMXMX.'.X..:..;...XKK'<:S..;MX..';"X*....;.;'X ..."X("X (,*. .'

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It3 nobody! : Ptuv/lt lavt

DIM LANTERNBy your OJI'if yovre stud.Pjebse .

bear: this,remtrk

in your mind-

There no one who

TEMPLE BAILEY" : t'" c ut be eternally $lt.<{

.. . I By just being .hone.5"t

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It was a cruel thing to face. There Baldy wanted to hear from Edith "M."tI u.

THE STORY THUS FAR was blood and that little trembling Towne so much that he, did not go
body. The cry reduced now to an to church lest he miss her call. But 00

Young pretty Jane Barnes who lived with ber brother. Baldwin. In Sherwood agonized whimpering. How she Jane went, and sat in the Barnes'
Park near Washington was not particularly Impressed when she read that rich opened the trap she never knew, I pew, and was thankful as she had
attractive Edith Towne had been left at the altar by Dclafield SImms wealthy but she did open it, and made a I said, for love and warmth and light.
WNU Service.
Yorker. However she still mused over it when she met Evans Follette. a
young New neighbor whom the war had left completely discouraged and despondent. bandage from her blouse which she Evans, with his mother in the pew,
Evans had always loved Jane. That morning Baldwin Barnes on his way to workin tore from her shoulders regardlessof looked straight ahead of him. He
offered assistance to a tall lovely girl In distress. Later he found a
Washington which was inscribed the cold. And after what seemedto seemed worn and weary-a dark
diamond ring on
bag she had left In the car. containing a
"Del to Edith-Forever." He knew then that his passenger bad been Edith Towne. be ages, she staggered back to shadow set against the brightnesso'f
Already he was half In love with her. That night he discussed the matter with Evans with her dreadful burden 'those ,comrades on the glowing CLASSIFIEDDEPARTMENT
called her uncle worldly sophisticated Frederick Towne. He vis. '
Jane and they
ited them at their home, delighted with Jane's simplicity. He told them Edith's wrapped in her cape. "We've got glass. '
story. Because her uncle desired it, Edith Towne had accepted Delafield Simms to get him to a veterinary.. Run After church, he waited in the
whom she liked but did not love. She disappeared immediately after the weddingwas down to the road and see,if there's a aisle for Jane. "I'll walk down with
received basket of fruit from L
to have taken place. The next day Jane a
Towne. and a note asking if he might call again. car in sight." you. Mother is going to ride with

There was a car, and when Evans Dr. Hallam."

stopped it, two men came, chargingup They walked a little way in silence AGENTSMerchantsCanvassersNew

the bank. Jane gave the dog into then he said, "Rusty is comfortable -
CHAPTER IVContinued6 you are mine until somebody this morning." profits: mill
and claims ?" the arms of one of them. "You'llhave ends 4c yd. up; sheeting 3c yard; full size
comes along you to, go ,with them, Evans," she "Your mother told me over the unbleached sheets 30c; quilt scrap bundles
Mrs. Follette had, too, an admirable "There isn't anybody else," she telephone." 16cstart: with $2 sample order; money-
said and wrapped herself more back guarantee. Harry Sunshine, Textile
courage. ,Her ambitions had turned her fingers up to meet" his: closely in her cape. "There are several He limped along at her side. Products. 36 Alabama St., Atlanta Ga.

been wrapped up in her son. What "so don't worry, old dear, she doctors at Rockville. You'd better "Jane, I didn't sleep last night-

her father might have been, Evans smiled at him but her lashes were ask the stationmaster ,,about the thinking about it. It is a thing I OLD COINSCOINS
was to be. They had scrimped and wet. Her hand was warm in his veterinary." can't understand. A dreadful thing.

saved that he might go to college and and she let it stay there, and aft "I understand. You love Rusty. WANTED. Gold silver. 'copper.
Ten what have. L. E. ELLISON
study law. ,Then, at that first dreadful er a while she said, "I have some- It was late when Evans came to It was because you love him' so Box me 497.: Birmingham.you ,Alabama.INSECTICIDES.
that if it would make
times thought
from across the seas, he had much
cry Castle Manor with his dog in his "'
gone. There had been long monthsof you happy, I might-" arms. Rusty was comfortable and "But'to let a woman do' it. Jane,

fighting. He had left her in the "Might-love" me? he had wagged a grateful tail. The do you remember-years ago? The

flower of his youth, a wonder-lad, "Yes. "I didn't pain had gone out of his eyes and mad dog?" BE RID OF ROACHES!
with none to' match him among his He shook his say the veterinary had said ,that in a She did remember. Evans had Harris Famous Roach Tablets break us Destiny
it for that. I just had to have the killed it in the road to save a child.It places. Clean odorless, safe to use anywhere.
friends. He had come few days the wound would'heal.. Thousands of satisfied customers Send 81.OO
and broken. He whose layso truth between us. And I don't want had been a horrible experience, for package mailed in plain wrap
get back-I'll There were no vital parts affectedand per.Money back It not entirely pleased. Addret
-pity. If-if I ever but'not for moment had he hesi-
close to his heart-could do now a Md..
he would give some medicine P.F.HARRIS MFG.407 W.Lombard Baltimore
and make you love me, Jane. There tated.' AGENTS WANTED-A few Bales territories still open.
sustained work. Mentally
no .
which would prevent Writ for
hint of his old masterful- : Pa.rtJculu.
physically he must rest. He mightbe was a "I wasn't afraid then, Janey.
in back. He would ness-and she was thrilled by it. ing.Mrs. "This was different. You couldn'tsee
years getting and old
Follette was out,
She withdrew her hand and stood loved hurt. Itwasn't
the thing
never get back to gay and gallant Mary was in the kitchen, singing.She you Wall Around France
That forever. up. "Then I'll-pray-that you- fear., It was affection.
was gone Evans
back stopped her song as I know Stones from the Pyramids of
get "Oh, don't gloss it over.
if Mrs. Follette's heart had
Yet to
He asked her
"Do you mean it, Janey?" came through. what you felt. I saw it in your eyes." Egypt would be sufficient to builda
failed her at times, she had never 'help him and she brought a square,
"I mean it, Evans. "Saw what?" new "Maginot line" wall around
shown it. She was making the farm basket and made Rusty bed.
"Then pray good and hard, my "Contempt." France, four feet high and'one
pay for itself.' She supplied, the peo- dear, for I'm going to do it." "You-all jes' put him heah by the She turned on him. "You didn't. foot thick, it has been estimated.The .

ple of,Sherwood Park and surrounding They smiled at each other, but it fiah, and I'll look atter him." Perhaps, just at first. I didn't understand Great pyramid is the largest
with milk. But she
was a sacred moment. Evans shook his head. "I want ." She fought for self- manmade.structure. in the world,
never was in any sense-a milk- did after that him in my room. I'll take care of the' ancient modern and contains
The things they control, but in spite of it, tears or ,
woman. It was, rather, as if in were rendered unimportant by then i iI him in the night.-: rolled down her'cheeks."Don't 85,000,000 cubic feet of stone.
her milk she distributed fa
selling He carried the dog upstairs with "
vors. It was on this income that she him, knelt beside him, drew hard Janey, Don't. He was nan
"I've made
subsisted, she and her son. deep breaths as the little fellow agony" of. remorse.

Later he and Jane walked together licked his hand. you cry.

in the clear cold. She was in a "What kind of a man am I?" Evans She blinked away the "tears. "IIwasn't Common Sense

gay mood. She was wrapped in said sharply in the silence., contempt, Evans.
"Well it should have been. Why About ConstipationA djl
her old orange cape, and the sun, "God, what kind of a'man?" ,
the bank of sullen cloudsin not? No man who calls himself a
breaking Through the still house came old
the, west, seemed' to turn her Mary's thin and piping song: man would have let you do it. doctor would tell you that the
best to do with constipationis
lithe body into flame. They had come to the path un thing
young at its That
get cause. way you
"Don't you love a day like this, "Stay in the fiel', der the pines, and were alone in don't have to endure it first and

Evans?" She pressed forward up Stay in the fiel', oh, wah-yah- that still world. Jane tucked her try to cure it afterward you. can

the hill with all her strength. Evans Stay in the fiel' hand in the crook of Evans' arm. avoid having it.

followed, panting. At the top '" I Till the wah ,is ended." "Dear boy, stop thinking about it." Chances are you won't have to
look far for the Cause if you eat
they sat down for a moment on an "I shall never stop.
the super-refined foods most
Evans and shut the door.
old log-which faced the long aislesof l l got up "I want you to promise me that people do. Most likely you don't

snow between thin black trees. I I Ir you'll try. Evans, you know we are get'enough "bulk"! And "bulk"doesn't
The vista was clear-cut and almost Jane was waked usually by the going to fight it out together ." mean a lot of food. It
I hoarse crow of an audacious little means a kind of food that isn't
artificial in its restraint of color and His eyes did not meet hers. "Do consumed in the body but
rooster who sent his challenge to
its wide bare spaces.Evans' you think I'd let you? Well, you leaves a soft "bulky"mass in the
the rising sun. think He began to walk intestines.If .
little dog, Rusty, ran But on Thanksgiving morning, she this is what lack try
that it hard to keep you
rapidly so was
and forth-following this trail and 1. herself in bed in crunchy Kellogg's AllBranfor
1/ /1 found sitting up it." crisp
"I'm worth
with him. not
that. Finally in pursuit of a rab- the deep darkness-slim and white pace breakfast.It contains just the '....
bit, he was led far afield. They and shivering-oppressed' by some And now quite as suddenly as she "bulk" you need. "
heard him barking madly in the 4 had cried, she laughed, and the Eat All-Bran every day drink
phantom of the night. plenty of water, and "Join the
sound in laugh had a break in it. "You'reworth
distance. It was the only "
She came to it gradually. The Regulars. Made by Kellogg's in
that America has
, the stillness. strange events of yesterday. Evans. everything Battle Creek.Sold by every grocer.
She told him of the
"Jane," Evans said, "do you remember Her own 'share in his future. to give you.
d rs' things she had thought of in church.
the last time we were
Her share in Evans' future?
own "You are 'as, much of a hero as any
" here? Had she really linked her life with ,
of them. Life
I Full
of her
"Yes. The light went I I his? She had promised to pray He shook his head. "All that hero They only have lived long who

eyes. that he might get back-she had stuff is dead and dear. We
heaven gone, my have lived virtuously.-Sheridan.
"As I look back it was ,
pledged youth, hope and constancyto idealize the dead, but not the liv,
Jane.. I'd give anything on God'searth
his And she had
y.o cause. prom- '
I She in ing. ,
was a
if I was where I was
ised before she had that stum- RELIEVES
seen It was true and she knew it. But
All the blood was drained from" haze of enchantment which hung bling figure in the snow! she did not want to admit it. "Ev- M SUNBURNlI"

her face. "Evans, you wouldn't, over Evans' revelation. No man In the matters of romance, Jane's ans," she said,' and laid her cheek

passionately, "you wouldn't give" up can tell a woman that he loves her, thoughts had always ventured. She for a moment against the rough SNOW-WHITE

those three years in France- no woman can listen, without a had dreamed of a gallant lover, a sleeve', of his coat, "don't make me

He sat very still. Then he said throbbing sense of the magnitude of, composite hero, one who should unhappy. Let me help."
The Sufferer
tensely, "No, I wouldn't, even the thing which has happened. From combine 'the reckless courage of a '"You don't know what you are humble suffer when the
though it has made me lose you-. such beginnings is written the his- Robin Hood with the high moralitiesof I asking. You'd grow' tired of it. Any Phaedrus.
Jane-" tory of humanity. a Galahad. With such a lover woman would."

"You mustn't say such things-" Deep in a"",hollow where the wind one might gallop through life to a "Why look ahead? Can't we live

"I must. Don't I know? You were had swept up the snow, and left the piping tune. Or if the Galahad predominated -, for each day?" ,
such an unawakened little thing, my ground bare they found crowfoot in in her hero, 'to an inspir- She had lighted a flame of hope in SAVE MONEY

dear. But I could have-waked you. an emerald carpet-there were holly ing processional! him. "If I might" eagerly. The first time you try' Winter-

And I can't wake you now. That's branches dripping red berries I And here was Evans, gray and "Why not? Begin right now. What 'Binith's Tonic, you'll probably wantto

, my tragedy. You'll never wake up like blood on the white drifts. They I gaunt, shaken by tremors, fitting are you thankful for, Evans?" test it--so you'll buy the small

-for me-" filled their arms, and at last they himself into the background of her "Not much," uneasily. size. But after you know 'Win-

"Don't"Well -" were ready to go. future. And she didn't want him "Well, I'll tell you three things. tersmith's, remember that you get

it's true. Why not say it? Evans whistled for Rusty but the there. Oh, not as he had been out Books and your mother and me. nwre for your money when you

Tve come back a-scarecrow, the little dog did not come. "He'll find there in the snow! Say that over-out loud." use the Mammoth contains Size.10 doses-the The 50-
Shadow of 'a man. And you're just us; he knows every inch of the Yet she was sorry for him with a He tried to enter into her mood. cent$1.00 size contains 24. That's prac-
where I left you-only lovelier- sympathy that her heart. She "
way. wrung I "Books and my mother and Jane. tically the same thing ,as getting
more of a woman-more to be wor- But Rusty did not find them, and couldn't hurt him. She wouldn't. She caught at another thought. "It four full doses free.

shiped-Jane-" they were on the ridge when that Was'there no way out of it? almost rhymes with Stevenson's

As he caught her hand up in his, first awful cry came to them. Her hands went up to her face. 'books and food and summer rain.' WINTERSMITH'STONIC

she had a sudden flashing ,vision of Jane clutched Evans. "What is it She had a simple and childlike faith. doesn't it?"

him as he had been when he last -oh, what is it?" "Oh, God," she prayed, "make us "Yes. What a man he wascheerful '

sat with her in the grove-the swingof He swallowed twice before he allhappyHer -" in the face of death. Jane, 1

his strong figure, his bare head could speak. "It's-Rusty-one of cheeks were wet as she lay believe I could face death more

borrowing gold from the sun-the those steel traps"-he was panting back on her pillows. And a cer- cheerfully than life-" 33-39

touch of assurance which had been now-his forehead wet-"the Negroes I tain serenity followed her little prayer. "Don't say such things"-they had WNU-7

to compelling."I put them around for rab Things would work together in come to the little house on the terrace .

never knew that you cared-" bitsAgain that frenzied cry some way for good. She would "don't say such things. Don't

"I knew it, but not as I did after broke the stillness. "They're hellish let it rest it that. think,'them." aoooi i
over When at last the rooster crowed, 'otua
your wonderful letters to me things- (TO BE CONTINUED) S1t1tESStso
there. I felt, if I ever came back, Jane began to run in the directionof Jane cast off the covers and wentto ..

I'd move heaven and earth." He the sound. "Come on, Evansoh the windows, drawing back the

stopped "But I came backdifferent. come quick-" curtains. There was a faint white- The Photographic Film

And I haven't any right to say He stumbled after her. At last he ness in the eastern ,sky-amethyst Until developed, a photographicfilm t6kti9 1=

these things to you. I'm not goingto caught at her dress and held her. and pearl, aquamarine, the day had or plate which has been nor WALL i'yBtgs

say them-Jane. It might spoil "If he's hurt I can't stand it." dawned! mally exposed cannot be distinguished -

our-friendship.'' It was dreadful to see him. Jane Well, after all, wasn't every, daya even by experts using a '.%' lessedReli 1 d

"Nothing can spoil our friendship, felt as if clutched by a nightmare.' new world? And this day of all microscope, from one which has not RHEUMATISMThe

Evans" "Stay here, and don't worry. I'll days. One must think about the been used, observes a writer ib ColTier's I -jr

He laid his hand on hers. "Then get him out-"* thankful things! Weekly.


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Glade. I great assistance in the control of I Changes Are MadeIn

Locals Two Games "More produce is shipped from the water level in the Everglades
Drop Belle Glade than any other point on which ', as we all know, is the life' of., Social Security
Lake Okcechobee. We have five our Glades.

Beach large packing houses and a pre- "We are greatly In earnest over I
To West Palm cooling plant second to none in the waterway transportation, becausewe Congressional approval of a billamending

\ state. Statistics show there are: realize it, means existence and' the Social Security Act
I nearly four thousand carloads of life to our farmers, and without it caused the Social Security Board to
Clewiston's team of the South I back in their half_ to score nine (vegetables leaving Belle Glade in we hesitate to think what their future -
soundly beaten runs on five hits, a triple steal, four stop accepting claims for lump-sum
Florida league was a season; this does not take into I may be.
of the double- walks and a wild pitch. Clewiston Belle Glade old-age insurance benefits from
in the first game consideration the amount leaving by "Very truly yours,
with the Palm Beach scored once in an intervening inning; J. F. Scul- 'age' reaching 65, according -
header Sunday truck. A conservative estimate of Chamber of Commerce, earners now
Merchants at West Palm' Beach 7-2.j and four times in the seventh to tie this handling places' the amount at len president; Hugh J. Bratley' to N. F. Conger, managerof
Coast team the score with two hits, two errors -
but forced the I 25 per cent of the carload move- secretary.-Pahokee News. the Tampa Field Office. Under
win and two walks.In
Innings to
I ment. the revised program such workers

the In second the opening encounter game 10-9.Palm Beach I,.man down the, ninth Gold inning singled,with stole second one- "Any portion of this produce Stewart Named- I have an opportunity to get lifetime

to head start by scoring! advanced to third on Pointe .s moving by water would mean a saving \ monthly benefits. These benefits
got a (
away I
will become payable on January 1,
Lobnitz' hard In transportation charges and
in the first inning on ,single and scored on ; I
three runs I the difference I (Continued From Page 1) I 1940 instead of 1942, as scheduledin
three hits and a base on balls after smash down the third base line. in many cases would mean .
two men were out. Zinni's hard hit, Avant and Hendry were knocked betweeen financial success I an RFC loan. the original law.
ball went to Bell in right field who from the box in the big first inning and failure, of our farmers, who are Mr. Kent referred to pending liti- Commenting on these changes,
let it get away from him. It was for Clewiston and Bill Hooks finished obliged to operate on a very close gation which he said may place an'I Mr. Conger said: "Termination of'

scored as a triple. Clewiston scoredone the game.Lineups. 1 margin. 1 unbearable burden of taxes'on payment of lump-sum benefits up
run in the third inning when :. First game With little expenditure. compared tihs He to now payable to workers at age
lands in the district year.
four straight walks issued by Lob- Clewiston: Roberts, cf; Bell, rf; with-then good -d ;ivdn waterway facilities 65, is the only revision of the old-
nitz forced in a run. The only earn- Moore, Ib; Hooks, S;:-C; Carlton, If; could be brought: to Belle said the board has no intention of i age insurance program to take effect -
ed run came in the fifth when Avant Wells, 3b; Ward, 2b; Hare, si.; Glade. I carrying on negotiation with the simultaneously when the

singled ,and scored on successive Forbes, p; Clark, c; Avant rf. Palm "First, by cutting a two-mile bondholders contrary to the desiresof amendments are signed by the

singles by Hooks and Carlton. Beach: Burns, 3b; O'Rourke, sr: channel from .the government storm I the landowners, and said the President. The new ,and liberalized \..
Forbes went the route for Clewis Sowell, If; Boise, Ib; Jones 2b;: I gates in the Hillsborough canal to .meeting was called partly for the plan while discontinuing this kindof '
ton on the mound and issued twelve Zinni, c-rf; Gold, cf; Hadley, c; our packing house and railroad ter purpose of ascertaining their wishes. benefits, enables all workers in
safe hits while the local team :was Russum, p; Dennis, rf; Point J.'I'minal. This would enable vessels to I A number of the landowners pres- covered employment-regardless of

held to six safeties by Lobuitz. If Errors this game Hooks have access to the hauling above. In ent spoke on the importance of refunding whether" they reach 65 before or

The second game was scheduledfor Boise. addition to the carloads leaving the district's, Indebtednessand after 1940-to receive monthly
seven innings but was tied in Second Game Belle Glade, there are about two the plan of forming a landowners I benefits if they meet a few simple
the seventh and two extra innings Clewiston: Carlton, If; Moore, thousand carloads of material, suchas committee to work with the requirements.
were played before Palm Beach sent ss-lb; Hooks, p-ss; Wells, 2b; Roberts '
farm machinery, seed, fertilizerand commissioners was unanimously Pointing'out that the amendedact
the winning tally across the plate.I I cf; Bell, rf; Forbes, 3b; Clark
-) other materials used by our favored. makes It possible for the workerto
The first inning of this game was c; Avant, p; Hendry, p; Beardsley.1
people that are brought to Belle Commissioners George A. Chalker continue building wage credits
of 3b
one of the wildest exhibitions lb. Palm Beach: Owens, ;
Glade, and a large amount of this West Palm Beach, H. L. Lyons, after 65, Mr._ Conger said: "This
ball playing' seen this year in the O'Rourke, ss; Sowell, If; Boise, Ib; .
material would move by boat. I Pompano, and James E. Beardsley, means that the worker ,now continues
league and a total of thirteen runs Jones, 2b? Zinni, c; Gold, cf; Poin- .
Lobnitz Dumas, Er- "If the above waterway ,were established Clewiston, also 'attended the meeting to build up old-age insurance L
were scored In the inning. tex, ; p; c.
Clewiston scored four runs in rors this game, Boise, O'Rourke I it _would mean that ves- as did C. H. Reeder, secretaryand wage credits regardless of his age,
the first half of the inning off two I Evans 3, Dennis' and Beaidsley. The sels would return to the lake and K. M. Throop, treasurer, bothof as long as he remains in employ-
I finally reach the eastern seaboard Miami., ment ,covered by the program..".
hits, two passes, three errors anda Ii only extra base hit was a double
wild pitch. Palm Beach came ,.by Forbes. through some other outlet than the I I
I Hillsborough Canal. I I ,

his father beingan "Our second proposition we consider '' '
Assistant Engineer On with his parents, 1 1is ''lillllR
officer in the Medical. Corps of, would be more beneficial. It
I the Army stationed at Ancon. The to continue easterly in the Hills- \.\-tOM
'., First Panama! TripA elder Mason later succeeded General i, borough Canal from the terminal, o'

I I Gorgas as health officer in the Ca- as mentioned above, about six miles E C t
quarter of a century ago this I nal Zone. further, which would connect witha p
week the first ship was put through 'The vessels in use at the time fourteen-mile, deep water canal M llIlIf
the Panama Canal which was open- I the canal was completed were the that parallels State Road No. 25 \
ed after a hard struggle to providea Ancon, Cristobal, 'Colon and Pana- I from what is known as Six-Mile Ir S'l':

short route connecting the At- ma, all owned by the ''Panama Railroad Bend on the ,Hillsborough Canal to

lantic and Pacific Oceans, and on Line, Captain Mason said.- the Palm Beach Canal. This water-, % '
that vessel was a .10 year old lad, Jacksonville Times-Union. way would pass through and open I

,who today is connected here with, I up a large area of good farm land.

the Army Engineering Corps, the .'Belle Glade Seeks There is now being developed about Into
agency which played such a large four sections .of land whcih will be : Mon

part in seeing the successful con- 'I. New Waterway planted largely to celery. and pro-

summation of the waterway pro- s duce tonnage in addition to that With Our Direct-Reduction Home
ject that was at one time considered I already mentioned and we feel we i
an insuperable feat. I The following. letter was sent out are not over-estimating the' tonnage Loan Plan, ,,each monthly'payment'(

_ The boy who ,had the thrill o! from Belle Glade this week and is when we estimate that this section YO cancels a portion of the loan. That
Canalon of farm land would, bring the tonnage o
passing through the Panama self-explanatory, to Col. L. H. Watkins CTW ,,TH U* is no InterestMOtyjNl.Y
part doneyoup3yy
the first ship today is Capt. to ten thousand' railroad cars
Charles H. Mason of the United district engineer at Jackson- I annually. on 'it-- and you are t.iab I much near-

States Engineer- Department, who vine: I "By continuing down the Hills- vlaECS ON er debt-free home ownership. Ask

is one of the assistants to Col. "While attending the waterway :I borough Canal, as just. outlined, REpUCt
Lewis H. Watkins in the local district meeting at Clewiston on July 26.. there would be a large amount of Npi, and you shall receive further good

office. we formed the opinion that, should rock removed from the bottom of news about our home loan plan.
Captain Mason; who since that the canal in its deepening process,
materialize, vessels
the waterway and this rock is needed material -
day in August 1914, has graduatedfrom a very
the United States Military would be seeking cargo. in building farm roads. 'With
"If 'our opinion is correct in the roads farmers
Academy was living in the Panama these farm are en-
Canal Zone at ,the time the first interest of the farmers in this vi- abled to bring their produce froma Clewiston Federal Savingsand
ship made the passage. Like his cinity and the consumers of fresh greater 'distance, thus increasing I II

father, Captain Mason chose a ca vegetables in the north and east, the tonnage.
reer in the United States Army. especially during the winter months I "This second proposition of con- Loan Association
call attention to down the Hillsborough Canal -
For seven years,. from 1909 to we want to your tinuing
leaving Belle to Six-Mile Bend would be of
1916, he resided in the Canal Zone the large tonnage I ,

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