The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00749
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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 25, 1939
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
oclc - 33429955
notis - ACA5652
lccn - sn 95047264
System ID: UF00028415:00749
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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:New Type Home Is SUGAR HARVEST IS i New Street Markers I MINER IS NAMED AS

: ROYAL MOVES INTO-I Are Placed In CityTen I II


.; I I'I I new concrete street markers
four-room dwelling which is were placed at street Intersectionsthis FIRE CONTROL BOARDGovernor

'I HERE THIS- WEEK being constructed in just the east Townsite of the LAST OF OCTOBERJay week by city workers under the

new commissary supervision of W. C. Owen and will

,I I Village Is of an entirely new design shortly have the names of the Fred P. Cone last Sun-
I from any formerly used for homesof W. Moran, vice-president and streets painted upon them. ,day announced the appointment of
The new warehouse erected for I will add consider- the United
J this kind and general manager'of I
Charles E. Miner of Clewiston
I I stated that the erection! as,
a! the Royal Lumber Company by contractor ably to the appearance of the new States Sugar Corporation stated today Mr. Owen experI- the Hendry county member of the
J. F. Tippey has been completed plantation village. The design is the that plans were underway to of these ten markers was
fire control board. J. Frank
costs and appearance -
and this week the stock from : which is being used in the begin the harvest of the 193940cane mental to
same markers. More will Colson of Pahokee was named at
the Royal grocery and dry goods new homes constructed by the Clew- crop the last week in October of the time the Palm Beach
in later in other same as
warehouse in Lake Harbor was Cor- efficiencyby probably be put
Development mid-season
Iston Realty and and to attain
not county
the city f if costs are
moved here and placed In the new sections
j poration.The November 1. is understood that only one or
of those placed
building under the plan to consolidate commissary will also be one Last year the harvest season be- :'prohibitive. Five to be
two are
I' all the business of theRo'al wellequipped be- are along the highway: and five more
modern and November never
of the most gun on I' made before the twelve-man boardis
Lumber Company and the stores In any of the villages and fore that had a harvest begun before along Royal Palm Avenue. complete and can begin function-
I' Royal Stores at one place.R. will be outfitted with electric .refrigerator December first. This year's' The concrete posts are eight inches -

M. Bishop, manager of the display counters and electric start will be more than three weeks' I I square set in a concrete block ing.The former fire control law, pass-

lumber yard stated this week that I coolers for the storage of fresh :ahead of last year's.Mr. i some eighteen inches square. The ed in 1935, put the supervision of
he expected to be moved into the meats. Other Interior furnishingswill Moran stated that the condition i street names will be painted upon the fire control district into the
building within a few days as and sides of the posts. Each weighs
new be as modern. of the crop was excellent the hands of a fire 'chief appointed by
soon as some finishing work Is doneon The large recreation hall, almost that the cane in the plantations of about 450 pounds and is set in the the governor and the governor also

the new office space., R. L. Mc- entirely completed, is the center the corporation shows a bettergrowth ground to a depth of about two had the power to appoint the war-

Laughlin of Fort Myers has been building' of the village. The front attained at this time than I feet. The posts are precast by the dens for each county in the district

engaged to handle the grocery and has been designed with a colonial ever before at the same time of the I : which is made up of the eleven

dry goods department of the ware- effect, adding considerably to the year. The results of the harvest season city.The new markers promise to be counties in the Everglades Drainage

house. I attractiveness of the big building therefore, are expected to be the most attractive and durable I District. '

The building is fifty feet by a I FIt will be devoted to the recreatlonal better than in any previous season. street signs ever tried here and It I In the 1939 session Representative -

hundred feet, overall with,, a space ; activities of the employees and The corporation is now nearingthe is hoped that the costs will permit E. L. Stewart of Clewiston introduced -

of fifteen feet off' the front end for is a central hall for holding church completion qf one of the greatest them to be placed 'at every Intersec- a new law which set upa

14 office rooms. The only upstairs services, motion picture shows anq summer building programs In tion throughout the city. board of twelve members, one

space will be a platform fourteen other corporation sponsored activi Its history and the Townsite Plan- from each of the counties in the

i feet wide running almost the full ties. tation Village, now being erected Discuss district and one from the governor's

I I length of the building which is be- near Clewiston, is expected to be Kiwanians cabinet, to supervise the' fire con-

ing used for storage of dry goods LaBelle Postpones ready for occupancy by October 15. Outlook trol work and to appoint the fire

Half of the downstairs portion will Business : I chief and the county wardens.

be used as a grocery warehouse and Next Cattle Sale Arundel Low Bidder The original law also named the

the other half for building mater- Following the reading of a busi- members of this board who would

, ials. On East Shore Work ness forecast for 1940 by President serve two years and be permitted to

I -', The building is of frame and LABELLE-Because of heavy I Art Lawrence, as contained in a let- name ,their successor. Horace A.
sheet-iron construction except the I I rains and too much water In out ter from the Keplinger Washington Bestor was named as the.' Hendry

front which is made most attractive lying sections which makes it dif The Arundel Corporation of Bal- agency at the Kiwanis meeting at county member at that time. The

with siding of ,> asbestos-cement' I'ficult to round up cattle the next submitted a low bid of the Inn Wednesday night, the mem law was later amended, however
shingles., .The office is finished in I sale which was scheduled to take timore, bers spent an interesting hour discussing permitting the Governor to name

ply-wood and shellaced and var- place September 6 at LaBelle's new $623,000 for additional, work on the various points broughtout the members of the board. Despitethe

nished and the 'floors have been state market has been postponeduntil East shore levees when bids were in the letter. amendment Governor Cone ve-

beautifully varnished to make the Wednesday, October 11. Other opened Friday in the district engineer's -: Included In the lengthy letter toed the act and it. was passed over

interior most attractive. reasons' given by Manager J. C. Jacksonville. The only was the forecast that there wouldbe his veto in the closing hours of the
=assrfhe new warehouse is just'' northof Jackman are that mosquitoes had office in slight increase In Industry for session. It also provides for a $75-

the present lumber yard. pulled down their weight and that other bid submitted was by the At- 1940 a but not the boom that many 000 state appropriation for fighting

market price was low at this time lantic, Gulf and Pacific Company of Farm produce and com-

Miss Avant Receives of the year. However, _Jackman ,said New York, $1,071,500. The engineer predicted.modity prices ,would remain atpretty' fires.Mr.. Miner, who is also the Clew- ,

he had been promised 800 head for estimate ,which was also submittedas much the same level at which iston school board member and sect -

.Bad.Finger.lnjury.1 I the October sale with cattlemen displaying -I a bid, came: to $961,117.The now stand.'l'he automobile r !y.- !aLurerne state, school
.. : be- they in Tallahassee
tremendous"dffrerel1ce -
"dJ -' a greater, interest from day according to their forecast board association was
1 to day In the market 'proceedings.:, tween the two:, bids by the contrac- seems bound for better times in the the greater part of this week'
numberof tors caused the Immediate recom- and could not be contacted for a
Accordingly the present will be good
Miss Marcia Avant, popular book- and times
new year
} keeper at Parkinson's Store sustained I I pens appears to be inadequate mendation of Arundel for, the con- steel manufacturing centers. Build- statement in regard to his appoint-

Handling anticipated herds as tract award. ahead but not ment.
a serious injury to the small .for ing programs will go
finger on her left hand at the skat- sales continue and a movement has The war department has made at the pace of the past year. The first member of the new

ing rink in Belle' Glade last night. been started by County Agent Gro- available a million dollars for this Doubt of a general European war board appointed by ,the Governorwas
laceratedand ver C. Hodge's office to add an ad- work which consists of raising and expressed, and of most importance R. Boe of Moore Haven who
The finger was badly was fire
ditional eight to the 38 now In ex strengthening the levees from Port the Clewiston members! successfully steered the first
the bones completely separated to .. .. Legislaturein
livestock division was the '" '- control act. through the
istence. The to Bacom Point along a s: sugar;:
Myacca note tl1atjUU :
at the first Joint when, after a was the
J fall, another skater skated over the I II dedicated August 2,' and at the first east shore of the lake where the quota would be -drastically cut at I' 1935 while representative from

I finger:, outstretched on the sale which was the most important levee is built across the open water.A the next session of Congress which I I Glades county. y ,

First aid'treatment was noor'l feature of the program cattlemen portion of this: work has been is taken to. mean that Florida'squota I

the Clewiston Hospital last collected checks totaling $6,409.59 done during the past two years by will be Increased. City Opens Corona

and further treatment this morning i for 383 calves, cows and steers, withA. the U. S. Engineers with their- hydraulic Ideas on' national politics were

but the bone injury in which the C. McNurlen of Umatilla as auc- dredge "Welatka but a few II also expressed. And Pasadena Streets

fluid drained from between the tioneer., Hodge estimates 150,000 months ago the Welatka was shut ,
joints will necessitate treatment (Continued on, Page 8) down after ,a decision was made to I Heavy Rains Damage

from a specialist in West Palm complete the work by contract. ;: Pasadena Street west from In

Beach. Mrs. Shult Begins This section of levee since it was East Shore CropsHeavy front of the Administration build-
completed has seriously eroded ing :which has been open for several

Building DuplexJ. from wave action from the lake years but used so rarely that it
Invitation Extended making necessary corrective mea- rains during the past ten was little more than a trail throughthe
I erosion. This is grass has been Opened by the
to prevent damageto
sures considerable
have done
Kiwanis Convention D. Ricks began this week the being done by throwing up a wide days plantedand city west to intersect with Circle
early fall crops, the western city limits.It .
y construction of a new duplex apart- berm or beach of rock on the lake- activityfor Drive along
halted all planting be surfaced with marl as
have will
from the Cityof side of the levee as well as
Official invitation E. A. Shult located in ward
for Mrs. and
ment East removed
West Palm Beach to Florida Ki- raising the elevation of the top of the time being in the soon as growth
block .162 facing on Pasadena street is completed.
vranians who will attend the district -I the levee. Beach farming area. grading
Kiwanis convention, there October just back of Hendry County Motors. 15,600 feet 'of the levee work was' The heaviest rains were Wednesday Corona Street has south been to Ventura opened;

8, 9, 10 was presented mem- The building will be of frame completed by the Welatka on the afternoon when Canal Point reported from the two highway blocks. The same street

bers of the Clewiston club by Secretary construction set on concrete pillar north end of the section and about inch rainfall and street, north of the highway is
three extending
B. E. Herring. I 800 feet the south end. This
will be of
exterior been
foundation. The More Street and it has also
inches. Osceola
Mayor Ernest Metcalf of West leaves a total of 44,800 feet to be South Bay had 4.68
siding and the interior will I at north to Arcade. This street
Palm Beach, who is also Lieutenant- novelty completed or approximately eight than six inches were recorded opened
I : Governor for the Southeastern Kiwanis be finished with ply-wood. The roof miles. The elevation of the levee No. 1 in the St.' Lucie canal will also be surfaced.streets
metal shingles.The Lock of these was necessitated -
will be Opening
Division, said an elaborate north of Canal Point is being raised of the
entertainment program, including size of the duplex, _over all, from 31 feet to 31 feet and southof the same day.Clewlston by' the building
rainfallof four new
golf, ocean fishing, surf bathing, will be thirty-four feet by thirty- Canal Point from 34 to 36 feet. experienced a.a Sigler Apartments and completion, by
card, parties, teas and tours of famous six feet. Each of the apartmentswill The lakeward berm extends approximately 1.27 Inches Thursday homes, now nearing
I An- Development
week. and
: Palm Beach gardens, has been have three rooms and a bath 250 feet out Into the the heaviest rain of the the Clewlston Realty

II arranged in connection with the and Individual screened front lake from the present shore line. other heavy rain came this morningbut Corporation.FIRE .

session, Secretary Herring reported. I porches six feet by' twelve feet. The Arundel Corporation had the ,, had not been recorded. HOME
President Art Lawrence of the original levee contract on all of the No damage has been done I VILLAGE
Kiwanis club here said plans are -beIng Engineer Officials On work included in the present con- I crops in this section and the Injuredby sugar IN

made by the Florida district organization tract. cane crop, far from being Fire Wednesday afternoon des-
and the West Palm Visit ''Here This WeekCapt. the heavy rainfall, has United troyed one of the two-family work-
Beach Club to entertain the largest MOORE HAVEN MANIs Planting operations by nov underway ers' homes In the Rltta Plantation
convention in the history of the or- I BUILDING! HEHE States Sugar Corporation, Village of the United States Sugar
j ganization. From 700 to 800 delegates Charles Mason, assistant 1 in some fields, .have. Corporation but no other building;
members and their wives are district engineer and Capt. J. C. Harry Phillips of Moore Haven slowed up oy the heavy lams.Temperatures nearby was damaged.

expected to attend the three-day (Marshall from the Chief, of Engineers I who has been employed here for I reached a new high Officials of the corporation pointed -

annual assembly. office In Washington were here several months on carpenter con for the summer here last Friday out that the new type of con-

Wednesday on a routine visit to the tract work by Paul Bussey has begun when the mercury soared to 96 de struction of these houses with asbestoscement -

t, BELLE C.LADE TO HAVE local sub-office. the erection of a sixroomframe grees. A maximum of 94 degreeswas shingles for roof and

1. XEWEEJLY PAPER I Col. J. J. Bane, division engineer bungalow on Ventura Street recorded several days. I siding probably prevented a spreadof
4 from Richmond and Col. Lewis H. near the Shult apartments. The the flames to other houses near-

I'I'i i The Independent Publishing Company Watkins district engineer" from home will be 28 feet by 36 feet RAMP RAINED OUTA (

organized of Belle Glade business Jacksonville, were here Saturday af-I over all and will contain three bed by.Each village is i equipped with
to Inspect rooms, living room, dining room,, ( fire-fighting apparatus but
i men has announced that a new ternoon and Sunday scheduled ball game here be- chemical
:, weekly paper, the Tribune, will appear damage done by the recent storm I kitchen and bath. and Lake Worth the fire had such a good start be-
'I' shores of Mr. Phillips Is doing the work tween Clewiston discovered that effortsto
there In September.' on the north and east was rained out fore being
Phil Clarke, who has been edi- Lake Okeechobcc. They were accom- himself In Ip'are time and now has, yesterday afternoon Lake Worth batters had save the house were futile. Anew

tor of the Belle Glade News will panied on this inspection by Cara- In the foundation and the sub-floor- after two Clewiston pitcher, one of house will be built immediatelyto
in gf ing. The jfpundation: is of concrete: faced the the one destroyed.
be the managing editor of the new wan Nelson engineer charge single. replace
.',. whom drove put a
} paper. the local sub-office Piling,
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DAY "l IMPROVED World's Best Clock
Cold Shower -

Modern Industrial Workman We think of Greenwich time as

I May Do Harm absolutely accurate, but the fact

SUNDAY that it is sometimes a tenth of a
Life esson
Paid Well
Gets Enjoys second wrong worries the ,astrono-
To IndividualBy By HAROLD L. LUNDQUIST D. D. mers. So they are building 'anew
Dean of The Moody Bible Instituteof
Chicago.; clock which will not more
.u ...._ __"_ (Released by Western Newspaper Union.) I than hundredth vary
oM ; :rimee a of a second.

DR. JAMES. BARTON The standard clock, which never -
7 Lesson for August 27 I "runs fast slow is the
\ TT IS !hard to understand or revolv-
lf ing earth and the
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1'J" : ease. COLUMN TEXT-Every one that exalteth rock
aV' .'} crystal which vibrates 100-
Y' r a u himself shall be abased; and he that hum-
> ; : As a matterof bleth himself shall be exalted.-Luke 18:14. 000 times a second.
:,, :1 } fact, the morning cold bath
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does much harm to a great "Pride goeth before destructionand

@ : because there is a haughty spirit before a faU"Prov.
: many, not ( 16:18). By burning 25% slower than

anything wrong with ",a cold A man's life may begin with the of the 15 otherof
"''''''Uttr'<1'' .1"" )t'i1\ .t"'O%> shower and a brisk rub first thingin every promise of greatness and he average

_1f t : { the morning for a strong, hardy may prosper in everything for yearsas the largest-selling brands

individual, but because the average' he honors God, and then by presumptuous tested-slower than any of

,, .., ,.,. .. ,, ,, and hardy. ,
i2-;;;;;;; ;M :"" -'-"' -"" ';N"'mS; y individual is not strong disobedience he
hR .C4.C4M The reason so many feel that bring it all to sudden destruction may, them -CAMELS give smok-

ONE-FOURTH o\ the ivorld's despite the discomfort and shock living the closing years of his life ers the equivalent of

for everything the morning cold tub or shower bathis in disgrace and -going' down to his

from automobiles and weed kill- helpful is that after'the bath and grave in sorrow. That fact is written -

ers to xylophones and rubber rub there is a "bracing" reactionfor so large on the pages of history

boots comes from limestone deposits a short time. However, one or" that one marvels ,that '"wayfaringmen

far beneath coastal plains oj two; hours afterwards though fools" need to "err S
there is a therein" >
Isa. 35:8). Pride makesa
Texas and Louisiana's delta: Working '
feeling of tiredness man blind to his own weaknessand
on the surface, sulphur miners, j .. and depression so'' presumptuous that he walks

like other U. S. industrial tcork- az'% which they do not right into trouble. The story of Uz-

ers, benefit from exemplary labor know is due to the ziah points a moral both obvious

conditions. This year's Labor day cold bath. and needed by all of us.

finds the typical operator punch- Why is the morn- I. Prosperity' (vv. 3-5).

ing a time-clock (right) working ing cold shower a
mistake for.: so "As long as he sought the Lord,
40 hours a week and earning an ? God'made him prosper" (v. 5).
oj 86 cents an hour. Twenty many With
average f When awake a heart 'right toward God,

years ago the same job paid; 35 x .{wri1wf/bVl .me.._ body we is. really atDr. the background of a rearing by God-

ents an hour 70 hours a week. v Barton its lowest' point of fearing parents (how much that
!) and the counsel of
resistance due for means a man
This launch carries the most who was an "expert" in his under-
part:to the need of food or
workers, miles througha fuel. The temperature is low, the standing of the ways 'and the will

canal from Louisiana's blood pressure low, the heart beat. of God, 'Uzziah prospered greatly.
& ::ty Chapters 25 to 27 of II Chronicles r.':% rh
Grande Ecaille mine to slow and not as strong as at any
reveal him as a man of affairs, a
Port Sulphur, miners' other time. To make the body, in successful warrior
a capable agri-
this low condition the"shock"
town on the Mississippi'sbanks. culturist, an able gvernment ad-
of cold bath a
a. is like lick
Old days saw ministrator, and a king whose fame
ing a person when he is down.
miners walking miles to was known far and wide. For, one
One in Four Have Resistance. who took the of
work, painfully hauling over ; government a
materials across the However, there is the individual nation at the tender age of 16, following laboratory tests of 16

plains and by (about one in four) who, because of, the tragic death of his father IMPARTIAL brands show
swamps inborn or acquired resistance Uzziah made remarkableand
can a
plodding mule train. which one of them gives the most
take this cold bath have brisk commendable record.
:i.f:', a
's actual smoking per pack. The findings -
rub, feel a good reaction withoutany II. Presumption (v. 16).
"let down" during the day. were:

: An idea used by many who wishto "When he was strong, his heart 1 CAMELS were found to contain

.. .... was lifted up to his destruction"v.
Iiif: : : .3" get the refreshing reaction to the MORE TOBACCO BY WEIGHT
( 16). What sad words! Pros-
old water without too much shockto than the average for the 15 other of
perity ruined who had madea
a man
the system is to'run a few inchesof
) the largest-selling brands.
.. name for himself in times of ad-
hot water into the bathtub standin
t&.eti :lt1t: -;;W v.' ,, liidfti\ 111i" :/\ it for a minute to let the, heat versity. In presumptuous pride he 2 CAMELS BURNED SLOWER
attempted to take the place of the
of the water strike the large blood
Financial worries are priest ordained of, God, in effect de-
vessels of the ankles and then step TESTED 25% SLOWER THAN
reduced. This claring that the State was over the
into the cold water shower. THE AVERAGE TIME OF THE 15
worker at Grande Church, as we would put it in our

Ecaille has just dis- d day."There BRANDS! By burning 25%
cussed a problem with Exercise and is no greater danger at-
his taching to the life of Christian serv- slower, on the average, Camels give

personal manager The ice than the danger of presumptuous smokers the equivalent of 5 EXTRAS
is loan. KidneysIt
receiving a pride. I ,mean the pride which :OKES PER PACK!

Employees also get has been thought and taught manifests itself in an independenceof
same tests,
group insurance, hos- that exercise was harmful to the the ordinary means of grace of 3
pitalization, pensions, kidneys owing to the great amountof prayer, and of the Word of God. I
service bonuses and dis wastes resulting from exercise I am convinced that that is the cause than the average time for all the

charge compensation. which the kidneys would have to of much of the failure in many lives other brands.

r( y tY remove from the blood. Evidencesof I here. It is a pride which says: *i Yes, Camel/'s; fine, slow-burning,

/\'rlw CM r' too much work being put on the I can dispense with the Word of God'; more expensive tobaccos do make a

; 1' r1lf kidneys are (a) too many red blood i! which persists in living on a' minimum difference. Delicate taSte...fragrant

corpuscles and (b) too of prayer and communion
its best
aroma..smoking pleasure at ,
"casts" (little casts or molds of solid I with God, and in yet going about
matter in the shape of kidney the work of God as of old; a pride and mo: 'of ill The quality,cigarette

tubes) in the urin which, like Uzziah's, seeks carnal every smoker can afford.

prominence in spiritual things. For
Dr. A. Naeraa "j\ the Scandina-
that was his sin. He sought a car-
vian Medical Jo -nal
nal prominence in service'' which
states that as a certain number of p
God had ordained was to, be of an
red blood corpuscles and
hyaline entirely spiritual order" (J. Stuart
casts (little plugs of proteid mate-

rial) are found in the urine of nor- Holden). ,,ti <, PER PPUFFS

: mal individuals, there is great inter- III. Punishment (vv. 17-21).

: est in the various amounts of these "The king was a leper and

__ cells and casts. The question arises was cut off from the house of

whether physical exertion producesan the Lord" (v. 21). The priests of

increase in the number of red God had holy boldness in rebukingthe

blood corpuscles and casts normally king, a quality which one could

present in the urine and whether hope would never be missing in the

other, kinds of casts besides the hya- testimony of God's servants. The

., ..... line may appear under the same king, however, resented their wise
... ,, ...,
?>"''''"i'"Wn'' = .U7Eo>' =>>"""'" >c--><:::; ; 'AI conditions. In order to learn exactly words of counsel, and punishmentfrom

Left: Miners, and their families are ardent sportsmen. Here is a what happens when exercise is God, both swift and terrible,
'' taken, Dr. Naeraa made sediment came upon him.
regularlyscheduled night softball'game between Port Sulphur and Belle
counts on 35 specimens of If the judgment Uzziah
Chasse, nearby community. Right Son Grande Ecaille urine upon
: of a employee recovers "
from 12 men who took part in a six- seerils'too 'drastic"let us rememberthat
from operation at the Port Sulphur hospital. day bicycle race in 1934. the king was presuming to set

mW; ''<''7".a,.. 'II<"'m-: ..,.'..,,",,,,,v ,->,,,,,,,,-,,,, """"A .m..>).... "'_..,,.".... Sediment Study Made. aside an order established of by God.It God.
was a question whether
Dr. Naeraa states that his
was to rule or the king. We should
on the sediment of the urine of these
also bear in mind that what looks
men who had indulged in this se-
like a single outward bit of pre-
vere exercise for six
days showedno
sumption was really the expressionof
signs of any failure or breaking
a heart that had long since gone
down of the kidneys, as there was
far from God. When men in high
no increase in the blood I
position either in the State or in
hyaline casts.
I the Church fall into sin, it, is not
The belief that exercise, by creat-
very often the result of a yieldingto
1..b 4 Y.'hc" .. ':. ing wastes, would swamp the kid-
.. 03p,4. a sudden temptation, but rather
neys with work as they'removed I the inevitable showing forth of what
r3*** %& $ 'i <*>r* "*" these wastes from the blood is unfounded I in the inner life. CAMELTHE
has long been true
fe **l Pfia.il&
a- according to Dr. Naeraa'sfindings.
The of Uzziah's heart now
d i%t y i ifeKs showed forth in his face, and he had
> It is of course true that when the to be shut off from his people and CIGARETTE OF
heart begins to fail there is consid-
from his royal position.
iI i siSL.. ...?. s"T'v:* -'x*-" Vp? Zl %&* 4 ,'& \ -> .J';{,:' i erable congestion of the kidneys. It COSTlIER TOBACCOS

._rsw wnw a' r&ffMv* ..*.!*!. i 1. ,,1; i& M &, *&Z. ;s < &K&M is likewise true that severe exercise '
will put too much work on a failing God Sees the Heart PENNY FOR PENNY YOUR

It's good old summer time six or, seven months of the year on the heart. Thus exercise in one, with a Neither is there any creature thatis BEST CIGARETTE BUY !

gulf coast and the childrens' swimming pool at Port Sulphur is always failing heart, because of congestionand not manifest in his sight: but all

popular. Grownups find the gulf of Mexico, only four miles away, as damage already present in the things are naked and opened unto The Ads Mean Money

good a swimming pool as it is a fishing ground for tarpon and black bass. kidneys, might readily cause further the eyes of him with whom we haveto
iamage. do.-Hebrews 4:13. Saving to ReadersLABOR
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WISE anJ OTHERWISE ; Household News I ASK MEANOTHER ? A Offering Quiz With Informationon Answers

HE-had a heart of gold, a
3', laugh of silver and a mine .
of information. J Af 0 1

SHE-had diamond eyes, ruby no-r The Questions The, Answers .

r { lips and teeth of pearl. had : 1. Here is the first line of a well- li 1. "Loved I not honor more." ;

1 BETWEEN cents.A THEM-they )zVL known poem: "I could not' love 2. Siam is known as "The Landof
75 of often Lt thee, dear, so much." Can you the White Elephant."
game bridge spansa [ give the second line?
flood of gossip. 2. What country is known as 3.: Nearly# miles (28,680 feet),
Most self-made men would be north of Puerto Rico and Hispan-
"The Land of the White Ele-
all the better for a few finishing i1' #: .i +, 7'' e,rrws .. phant"? iola
touches from somebody else. rg 3. What is the greatest depth inI I 4. Spain.
Even if money grew on trees, the Atlantic? 5. An electron is smaller thanan
it would still be the smart' birds 4. An Andalusian is a native of atom. '

who would get it. what country? 6. A method of ascertaining the
: The girl who is too easily read 5. Which is smaller, an atom or approximate position of a vessel
soon becomes a closed book. an electron? from the course steered and the
The man with one idea can- "'6. What does the nautical term distance covered when the heavenly -
not be said to be full of himself. 4w "dead reckoning" mean? bodies of light are obscured. '
1I I 5

I, ;! -) Earth Pictured Round /y Items of Interest

Photographs taken during a : I r-'M9 thAROUND to the Housewife I

stratosphere flight of the National 14 \ ATthiaa' / j. Q y .
'Geographic society-army air corps -'

balloon Explorer II, at an altitudeof
Cretonne Curtains.-When you 1 Removing Tomato Skins.Toskin
72,395 feet above the earth'ssurface wash curtains or loose? covers of tomatoes easily, place themin

showing the lateral curva-' !s, ., y .,r, A.mayr cretonne, put a large'' cupful of a basin, pour boiling water over
ture of the earth includes a stretch >? Y; :'Y
vinegar into the rinsing water. It. them and let them stand a minute.
of the horizon 220 miles in length. brightens the colors. You will find that the skin ,can be
This represents more than three removed without any trouble.
degrees of a circle, nearly one Colorful Berries.-To make sure
100th of the total circumferenceof berries will retain their bright color -

the earth. be careful not to overcook them.If .
The curve of the horizon was they are used in preserves store

. easily noticeable' when'the picture the jars in a dark place. t
was projected on a screen. When *

the edge of a ruler 'is laid along Sugar Sirup for Sweetening.Use .- Uf rr
the horizon line the curvature is ? a
instead of
sugar sirup granu- 0 r 1
i even more plainly. visible.HO.TWEATFIER lated sugar for sweetening chilled r

i" _--- beverages and punches. Boil to- waFather

gether for ,three minutes two cups
r of granulated sugar and three cups
of Pleasure
I of, water. Allow the sirup to cool,
then store it in a covered jar in Novelty is the great parent of

I : the refrigerator. pleasure.-South.

Have you noticed'that In hot '5 :' ;fri T1

and elimination ,
weather your'digestion
<6; :,
seem to become torpid or'lazy? ...
I t: Your food sours, forms gas, causes 1p/ti:, ; O u A i3
i < / belching, heartburn, and a' feeling 'l' %' Y REALda'
f of restlessness and irritability. Your
I I tongue may be coated, your complexion FOODS ALWAYS WELCOME \ = F .y IIr Dil
l bilious, and your bowel I HOME-CANNED I (e
action sluggish or insufficient. (See Recipes Below) -7 1" /JJ

These are some of the symptomsof '
biliousness or so-called "Torpid Sugar and,Spice ful to remove all of the white partof yr/ cpBREAKFAST.
: Liver," so prevalent in hot climates. the skin. Peel and core the ap-
They call for calomel, or better still, ples: Put all of these fruits through !
Calotabs, the ,nausealess calomel I've long believed that one reason the food chopper and then; add the
tablets that make calo-
ccfnpound the art of canning and preserving grated orange and lemon rind, and
mel-taking a pleasure. ;
Calotabs give ,you the effects of has been neglected is that many of the pineapple.
calomel,and salts combined, helping us have forgotten just how good Measure this fruit and 'to it add
Nature to'-xpel the sour, stagnant some of the home canned foods can an equal amount of sugar ,I'
bila and washing: it out of the be. We've forgotten the teasing tang Bring slowly to the boiling point '
system. One or two Calotabs at bedtime S
with a glass-,of water-that's of pickling spices, the mellow aromaof and cook, stirring frequently.for J/&
all. Next morningyour system feels rich fruit butters that used to hour. ,Pour into sterilized jelly I. jsr
clean and refreshed your head is make the air fragrant at canning glasses and top with paraffin.
! clear, your spirit Bright, and you are time. Maybe we need only to be delicious : !
' Note: Amber Jam '
fine with-a appetitefor
feeling hearty
reminded of all this to restore a CORN4'H.
breakfast. Eat what you wish when used as a cake filling or as a
and go about your work or pleasure. art to favor! topping for ice cream.
Genuine Calotabs are sold only In What ,pride 'of accomplishmentrow
checker-board (black and white) packages upon row of jewel-colored jams, !
I bearing the trade mark "Calotabs/' and Whether your cookie jar is an ? 4
jellies marmalades KE
Refuse Imitations. Trial package only :
ten cents: family package twenty-flva J ;\ can creI old-fashioned earthen crock, or a .
cents, at your dealer's (Adv.) ,\4' .1 Y ate! And how brightly painted tin on the pantry

simple it is to shelf, it needs to be kept filledto ', _rHE OR r.,,
j A Loving Thought I make them in the satisfy a hungry family. In
Instead of a gem or even a flower -' ? \tj ) modern ,manner! this column, next week, Eleanor r !
cast thegift of a loving thoughtinto :\\I 1 You'll find these Howe will give you some of her favorite I 7y
I the heart of a friend.-George -.$; -. tested recipes cookie recipes-"Grand- rytl U/if tllpry
McDonald. --=- from my own mother's Sugar Cookies," and trltll ttlt 'J' '

kitchen as practical as they are de I "Butterscotch Brownies" are just j

SOOTHES CHAFED S licious. Detailed instructions are included two of the delightful recipes

in each recipe; you'll find you'll find here. SAY KELLOGG'S BEFORE YOU SAY CORN FLAKESCopr.
DvoOROlqNE INltI. these general suggestions helpful, '
too. Blackberry Jam. by Kclloe'u Company
For Success in Canning and Wash and drain berries; then pick
Preserving. over and remove the hulls. Take

Improves 1. Make only a small amount of 4 cups of berries
Friendship often ends in love; the product at one time. c 4 bb) and 2 CUPS of
but love in friendship never.-Col- <$* let come
2. Follow the recipe exactly. / ,.
ton. 3. Be sure that jelly glasses, jars, to a boil, and boil
and covers are sterilized. 5 minutes., Add 1 ;j.')

be miserable with.MALARIA. 4. When they are to be filled with ,>- more cup sugar Y
hot' food, place the hot glasses or and boil 5 minutes M Y
and COLDS when jars hot water.on a clean towel wrung out of \ add longer.1 more Then cup EA I ar

5. Use a small, inexpensive teapot'for sugar and boilapproximately
will check MALARIA fast and melting paraffin and pouring it. 5'
6 U 6 gives symptomatic cold relief. It eliminates dripping wax. all over minutes more, or until the jelly

LIQUID. TABLETS.SALVE NOSE DROPS: the glasses and your work table. stage is reached. Then place in ster-
6. Store jams, jellies and pre- ilized jelly glasses and seal when
serves in a cool, dry place. cold. Makes 4 small or 3' large
Judge Not Peach Conserve. tumblers.
Forbear to judge, for we are Pickled Peaches.
sinners all.-Shakespeare. 3 pounds of, peaches (peeled)
2 oranges (cut in small pieces) 1 peck peaches
raisins 4 tablespoons whole cloves
1 pound seedless
2 quarts vinegar
pounds sugar
1 pound chopped walnuts 6 pounds brown sugar

Scald peaches, remove skins, cut 4 teaspoons mace
I 1 .tablespoon stick cinnamon
into small pieces; pits. .
"C p CZrush Applicator Place in a sauce- (broken in small pieces)
JUST A maker"CLACK ca"ucu r aTERi LEAF 40"' pan with small Peel the peaches and stud with
DASH !N FEATHERS.. !! pieces of orange whole cloves. Make a syrup of vin-

". .. 1 pulp and peel, egar, sugar, mace and cinnamon.Add .
,i V I'" i- ; raisins and sagv the peaches and boil until ten-
WNU-7 -34 39 =-- 4 ;:- ar. Stir until sug- der. Pack in hot sterilizedjars; cover *
ar is dissolved.Set with syrup and seal.
over a slow flame and cook un- I I

I til thick, stirring occasionally. Add Easy to Find Answers in This Book. i

the chopped walnut meats, pour con- How to fry fish without spatteringof Motor Oil
Use Acid-Free State
serve at once into hot sterilized Quaker
fat, how to cut grapefruit or or- '
\ -. glass jars or glasses. anges into skinless sections, a quick regularly. Your car will run farther before

rr Amber Ja n. method of peeling tomatoes, how to you need to add a quart you save on
s (Makes 8 glasses). restore over-whipped cream-suggestions repair bills. These results are assured because -
3 oranges for all of these are found in of Quaker State is acid. Rcteifprice
You find them announced in 2 lemons Eleanor Howe's book "Household every drop 33 perquart
tho columns of this paper by 4 apples Hints." To get your copy now, send free. You get only pure,rich,heat-resistant
r- who merchants do of our community 2 cups crushed pineapple 10 cents in coin to "Household lubricant specifically refined to give you
not feel they must keep
r-P3 the quality of their merchandise Sugar Hints," care of Eleanor Howe, 919 care-free driving. Quaker State Oil Refining
or their prices under cover. Grate rind of one orange and one North Michigan Avenue, Chicago, Corporation, Oil City, Pennsylvania.
f' It is safe to buy of tho merchant lemon. Then peel the remaining 2oranges Illinois.
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CLEWISTOX COMMUNITY year sof age, residing at Clewiston
that is to be spent, this ,county I towns and villages, millions of Hendry County, Florida. and that her
The Clewiston News I great CHURCH Husband Is CARL II, BERNER, and
vast forest areas
tile -
itself lucky to get any acres .
considers I Royal Palm Avenue that the skid PAULINE BERNER possesses .
sizeable of what It pays Into mountain ranges, mighty lakes and the capacity, competency and ,
Forest C. Taylor, Minister
I qualifications to take charge of, man-
Published t every Friday In Clewist the state treasury back home where rivers that feed the arteries of com- age and control her own estate und

Florida' by the ( CLEWISTON NEVV !' it came from. Chairman Arthur B. merce to'find.. their beating heart in I Morning worship and sermon property\ every, and respect to become, and a Free that Deal-the

Inc. Hale announces that he is going to this great metropolis. Cut off this I every Sunday at eleven o'clock. prayer of her Petition should be

divert for the two projects the gas vital blood stream and New York I Sunday school at 9:45 every Sun- granted:

KI3ATIIM3Y nOIVIltltf, Editor tax funds which had been impounded would shrivel and die, for while I day morning.; ,I IT IS THEREFORE AND DECREED ORDERED, That, ADJUDGED the-

during the legal battle this county America can live without New York Endeavor prayer in said Petition be, and the
I Senior Christian every Is hereby, granted, and that ,the
,, claim undera without Amer- same
Entered a s second class mail math: made to the money New York cannot live Monday evening at 7:30. said PAULINE BERNER be, and she
February 1. 1927.! nt the Post Office In special act of legislature.The ica. I invited is' hereby, authorized to manage, take
Is cordially -
Clcwlslon, Florida, under the Act ..' I The public very charge of, and control her property,
March 3. 1891.SnllAcrh.tlon. proj'ects are well selected. Every American should visit Man- to worship in the Community and to be and become a Free Dealerin
I '
The Tamiami Trail is in urgent hattan and take pride in the achieve- 'Church. every GEO.respect.W.' "WIIITEHURST. Judge.

Rnte $::.00 Per Ycni, heed of extensive improvement. ment and progress it represents, but I Aug. 18 25, Sept. I, .8, 15.
0 With Road 26 ready to be opened more important every New Yorker I FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH

Alrrtlning Kitten On Appllcntlor early this winter into Broward should see other parts of the coun,

county, completion of the connect- try-the sunny south, the, golden Corner Ventura and Central Avenues NOTICE OF PUIILIC HEARING

Devoted to the advancement and wfaro ing link with Dade will afford easy west, the mountain areas and- vast !I "The Friendly Church"
Monday, August 28, 1939, at 4:00
of Clewiston and Hcndry Count). access-to the rich agricultural sec- sections of plain and prairie and Services Every Sunday: o'clock P. M., United States EasternStandard

tion 'of the Everglades around Lake learn that New York in all her I Sunday School at 9:45. a. m. B. Time, is fixed as the date
and the time when and the City
made by the Okeechobee and a quick outlet for glory is in reality but a small partof J. Herring, Supt. I Hall in the City of Clewis ton is des-
After the showing the farmers of that area to the which she de- ignated as the place where, the City
local baseball team Sunday maybe the AMERICA on Morning Worship 11 a. m. Commission shall hold a public meet-
of south-
ports and coastal markets I I for the of consideringand
existence. purpose
pends for her A. H!
we should call them the Dodgers east Florida.-Miami Herald. B.Y., P. U 7:00 p. m. acting upon, applications to ad-
And while as a country boy. I pay King, director. Mrs. Herman Davis just, compromise' or settle delinquent
taxes of the 1938 and prior tax rolls
Good news to everyone ,is that homage to Manhattan, having seena associate. of the City of Clewiston.

the sugar cane harvest season will .;..:..;..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:....;..;-. ,good part not of the forgetting balance that of the in I, Evening Preaching at 8 p. m. writing Such applications on or before must August be 25 filed, 1939 in,
begin three ,weeks earlier this tall. country I'm Midweek service every Wednesday stating reason for said application
the end of the day it's the country and showing cause why such delinquent -
Too Late To Classify make her evening at 8 p. m.w. taxes should be adjusted, compromised -
boys like you and I that or settled.'
It isn't .likely that we'll have a 4th Tues-
what she 'is. I M. S. each and This notice dated this 24th day
serious storm this fall. Radios are By RUSSELL KAY day at 3:30 at the church, Mrs. A I of July, 1939. .
too busy with war news from .
kept ....... ..................... R. Broadfoot, president.The CITY COMMISSION,
Europe. .:..:..:..:..; :. .; : : : : : .: : : : : : : : : : : CITY OF CLEWISTON.July .
""- 'InIIItIIII'mlllllInlllmlml.IIIIIIIIIII1IIII1II1'1II1I'1I1; :'III'I:
"''''''' : : '
!!!! !llllilIIIll! l !!!! lIIII! !I! iiiilililli! !!II1iIUILIUIIIi[I! I !!!,!:!(! Iii!;!; :: 'Nj public is, cordially invited to ( 28, Aug. 4, 11. 18, 25.
I I rJIi attend all services.
Cobb made six miles a minute in NEW YORK: While the World THE 4
WITH will be filled at both
his automobile but it should be II Fair is the publicized attraction The pulpit I

noted that there were no back seat Manhattan itself possesses an appeal fL morning and 'evening services by I'
I Churches Rev. C. M. Brewer of Moore
drivers. for the visitor equal to, if'not greater Haven'j
itself. Everyone is urged to attend.The
than the' Fair
From the way the nations are Certainly to one visiting New 1II'::!I,: ":'!1!,'''I! ]! :Ild: ,! "!'!!1,!''II:, fII': :, li:111IIIIIIImlmi: :: :!1: :( :r!!; cottage prayer meeting home will of
lining up for the apparently Inevitable ; York City for the first time, there be held this week
ST. MARGARET'S CATHOLIC ,Mrs H. L. Davis on Tuesday morning -
war it looks like a continuation is not a thrill the Fair can offer ;
of the former struggle which< to compare with the aweinspiringgreatness' CHURCH at nine o'clock. All ladies are

ended in 1918. of the city itself. Personally Rev. Lawrence J. Flynn, Pastor invited. I 0

I have visited Manhattanscore a
w1l1 Mass each Sunday morning at
Drivers' license application
of times, but each time I experience : -
be ready by September 1 it is now' the same thrill of excitement 8 o'clock, excepting the last Sun-

promised. We're' wondering if that as the speeding train threads day of the month when the time is READ THE AD$
gives us to the first of November to I
its way through the maze of tracks 10: 30.
buy a license. With the News Consider i
and signal towers, thundering along; Confessions are heard every 'Saturday I._Along
through thickly populated areas 1 tl) evening from 7:30 until 8:30
to the Florida
Congratulations dive into the great tube under the all the Masses. thESE
Power and Light Company for and before AngUs
Hudson and come up like a mole! IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OV THE
furnishing an iron lung for the use -the Week-day Mass every morning at ,TWELFTH JUDICIAL, CIRCUIT OF
seeking air, in the heart
of paralysis sufferers and to the city 7:30. FLORIDA, IN AND FOR your own home is real
mighty metropolis.Then COUNTY: CHANCERY. OwAing
of Tampa for raising by public Devotions in honor of Our Ladyof IN THE rEW OF THE I I ,because-you save the
in short time like cattle being herded into APPLICATION OF I II I landlords '
subscription a conducted
theI'never' Perpetual Help are_ PAULINE BERNER TO profit. Any family needing -
, enough money to purchase one of a dipping vat, endin; Friday evenings at 8 o'clock, fol BECOME A FREE DEALER. a horn will do well to loot tour
throng of humanity that floods i in I I ORDER AND DECREE. ''
the respirators.A lowed by Benediction of the Most And now on this 15th day of August selection hornet and buy '.
and out of tunnel and subway always -
Blesged :Sacrament.: I ,' A. D. 1939, the above entitled before real estate values increase
BIG ADVENTURE fascinates me. People,' people, matter coming: on for hearing upon farther.We will '
Religious Instruction Class for the report of H. A. Rider, Master in gladly help you
people, hurrying, ,shoving, pushin; Saturday morning at nine I Chancery.- to whom this matter, was attain; debt-free ownership of your
and down iron stairways, dartin; children hereinbefore referred by the Order of
Friends of Jimmy Wilson an up home thru like rent.
here in Clewiston, and after Sunday this Court, with, the authority and payments
Bill ,Lanier have been getting quit in and out of pillared passages; direction to take testimony and to I I
squirming through clicking turnstiles Mass in Pahokee make Inquiries as to the capacity,
kick out of a short story which
a Mass schedule, of Pahokee la competency and qualifications of the Clewiston Federal
appeared in the Miami Herald one now under ground, now on The above named PAULINE BERNER, to I I
day this week relative to a weekend the surface, ,all apparently moving 10:30 every Sunday, excepting the take charge: of and manage her own
last Sunday of the month, when I estate and property, and to becomea and LoanAssociation
cruise which they took. Jimmy with a purpose, with some definite Free Dealer; Savings _
Mass is at eight o'clock. The pub- to the Court from I i
and Bill have taken the kidding destination in view and 'yet appeal- And it appearing "
of religious- belief, the report, of said Master herein filed I
good-naturedly and that takes a ing en masse as inmates of a, madhouse lic, regardless I that the said PAULINE BERNER is 1
is always welcome in this church. married woman over twenty-one I ,
great deal of the starch from the engaged in a riot. ,
sails of the kidders but it was good The streets, canyoned between --------- ----

Under the heading. "Adventurer; rows of towering buildings, wit *.*.* *.* *. ...*. ....* .. ..* .. *.:MM* *..*..*..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:NNN:--:NN:NNN:NN:.IN1.:..:..:..:..:..:....................................Ni )
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Brave Okeechobee Channel" the steady streams of human being; ...::..NNNMNNNNNNN...:...:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..,.**:..*%.*.*:M**:..*,****:.4*:J.*.*:'..,t M:..*94 t**t..:.M*4#..::.wc.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.'.:..:--t.--:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:...:...:...:...:...:...:...:...:...:...:...:...:.z"z.yy:..;..

Herald story goes on to describe the moving in every direction along the i = ::

trip in a sixteen foot cabin boat sidewalks, while squawking taxis y

from Clewiston to the Ortona Lock; lumbering trucks, clumsy buses and I .z"z.yy

-which proved fairly uneventful wit! every manner of vehicle from pushcart ',' /';, 1- .- ..z"z..

no hyacinths in the canal. Which is to tractors dodge in and out :: : ENJOY AN .z'.z.: .t.
AAI '"
tame enough-the heading is what, between blocks to jam up at cross : I ,', .z..z..z"z.
L, ....
set It off. Ings, awaiting the shriek of the traffic I i ',.-:'!< c'., ,, '..'-,' ... ..
Since these two intrepid adventurers whistle or the changing of ;a :'','''' '-', ALL ELECTRIC h :

made this dangerous trip we light. ;: ; ; .: 1 n

are more than afraid that they maybe : Always, somewhere in ,Manhattan, l :' .,,CAV .. ....
lost to Clewiston by doing some- grimy workmen are engaged ii HOMEElectricity : : .z: .:.

thing like the Tampa laundryman tearing up streets or sidewalks XAyy: ... .t.z.

or going off to the south pole wit Like surgeons cutting into the human H

Admiral Byrd. Armed with only a body, they work with pick and %$ yy

little spare gasoline, a little grub A'A X
shovel to dig under the skin and
and their fishing tackle the adventurous -
expose a tangled mass of lead-cov MII
couple left Clewiston Satur-

day at noon and made their way covered pipes,cables vital, organs sewer, that gas and serve water a: :;::;: '. is the modern servant; a, servant that *.z"*%.

cautiously through the two hundred .%":. and the of the :zz:
foot channel twelve feet deep to the great city and insure its throbbing; +.;. takes care of both the work pleasures

locks at Moore Haven where+ they life. s :: :;;: home and one that will do everything quickly, efficiently *.z..*.
went into the Caloosahatchee, which Night falls and a billion light: '

from there to Ortona is a similar like stars in the Milky Way crawl :;::;: and economically. ::::;:

out into the dusk to turn the city .z. z
canal to that passed through /. .:!

Moore Haven and Clewiston, into! a magic fairyland of light and ** One will toast 26 crunchy slices of toast, or :;::;:

Through the past few months ther beauty. The country boy who gaze: j penny *

has been an occasional hyacinth for[ the first time on Broadway';;' :;:;:;: give your eyes two hours of safe reading light or operate ."*.

floating on' the placid surface of: Great'White Way is in for the thrill gAX ELECTRICITY is : ;
and ::
radio for most of a day -
:::: -
the channel but even these were of his life, whether he is willing to i your

missing as the pair continued, their admit it or not. AX A:*. one thing that gets cheaper the more of it that you use. :j:*;=;

down Ortona. An occasional ::
way on toward If your finances permit, you can

pond bird wheeled' overhead :- take: in a show, at the moment, Tobacco AyA and home t
have enjoy :
but showed no inclination to Road, Yokel Boy, Hellzapop- AX* @ That is why it is so easy to a _

attack and nary'the a sea monster .or pin', Radio City Music Hall, or the ::::!:: that is all electric and modern. :;::;:
crocodile argued rightofway.Their
Little Foxes may attract you, and i

biggest adventure came, they: all offer superb entertainment; & i t''
that night when a swarm of mos- But without a dime in your pocket ...

quitoes made a flank attack and you can roam around 42nd and .t... .z..:.
brought on a severe attack of insomnia Broadway, mingle with the crowd, ::::: ELECTRICITY IS YOUR CHEAPEST SERV.. **
in both As a conse-
: men. look at the lights and, experiencea xxy

quence they fished through the kick that you ,couldn't get anywhere fX ff'

night.To. else in the world. :*A .' IT EXTRAVAGANTLY.. :f::
:: ANT---USE
short the
make a long story
Here lavish luxury and pitiful xx.i'
return the same. They x :. :
was much poverty cast their respective shadows ..
hooked a couple of tarpon at the .t. '
> across, each others path and
Ortona Locks but failed to land
jeweled slippered feet skim lightly Yi :i::;:
them with light tackle and reported ;
over marbled floors that later :i:::
a very pleasant outing.
know the calloused knees of the APV

r weary scrub woman. Eager 'outhand tti i f
tottering'age rub elbows in the .....

Miami and Dade county are happyto trimmed jostling elevators throngs, hoist sleel: grim chromium faced : and Co.

know that the state road department A .Gtades' Power light
plans a $1,000,000 road executives to, their financial lairs AXIt

program here, which includes im- while rickety tenement' stairs serve

provement of the Tamiami Trail he shop girl's aching feet. AX ..z..z.'Z"Z. ...

west of the city and the completionof Manhattan; symbol of a nation's AY. .t..z..

that section of Road 26 which wealth and power, while typically i. I .
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will directly connect Dade county American" is not AMERICA Backf ...t. ';f :":":"N N:.1:":":":.':":":":":>***!..!.
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AUGUST 23, 1930 -
i'j j 'MBS. SCHABNBEKG'S BRIDGE. 'and cake were served by the La-
1 I I Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Bigg, who CrumptonWiandtClewiston HONORS VISITORS FRIDAY 'I Belle ladies.

are making a motor trip throng Those making the trip were:

New England during' their vacation, 'Mrs. C. M. Allen, Mrs. A. R. Broad-
Dire H. J. B. Scharnberg. entertained
will be inter
L[ Personals ] have crossed over Into Canada and residents with a bridge party Friday foot, Mrs. R. J. Blount, Mrs. W. R.
of the
in the announcement I
!fe are spending a few days in Quebec, ested of Miss Katherine Wiandt, afternoon in honor of Miss Llllyan I I Bioaderick, Mrs E. M. Cornette,
marriage .
Montreal before start-
Ottawa of Camp Roosevelt, Fla., to Edward Wilson and Mrs. Karl R. Salzcr, Mrs. H. L. Davis, Mrs. J. H. Davis,
Ing their Journey home.' Mrs. B. E. Herring, Mrs. E. L. '
of Mrs. M.
of Tampa. Miss WiandIs who were house guests I
Crumpton Hayes, Mrs E. E. Kelly, Mrs C.
: : Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Lovvorn spen the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Pre wltt.I' .
Jimmy Maher of Detroit arrive \ ,Nelson, Mrs. C. ,W. Simmons, Mrs.
Sunday ,In Okeechobee. of South Clewiston and Is: to
Guest prizes presented
Wiandt were
: Saturday for a visit with his II M. C. Vowell, Mrs. G. E. Wenzloff,
I of the Clewieton Higl Salzar and Miss Wilson and
graduate Mrs.
I Miss Mary Markette left yesterday : 'and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. M. E.unCle',1 i iI Mrs. Clarence Krueger, Mrs. H. E.
;If 1 to spend a few days In Miami. [Mach and their family., He ,I School. high score prize was awarded Walker, Mrs. Arch Hodges, Mrs.
panled Ed and Miss Margaret Voi The, following account of the : D. Cappel. Robinson, Mrs. Fred Cato, Mrs. M.
Mr. and Mrs.-H. J. B. Scharnberj I I,I Mach on their return from spendIng wedding, which occurred late In Those playing were Mrs. H. T. Doke and Mrs. A. H. King.

:' were visitors Sunday in Fort MyersMrs. :. the summer in Detroit.Mr. July, was taken from the Ocala 'I Vaughn, Mrs. E. C. Mills, Mrs. H.

I Star: 1. Bestor, Mrg. C. D. Cappel, Mrs.

Jimmy Wilson recently visIted and Mrs. W. R. Millen and At a simple but impressive cere I P. C. Tarleton, Mrs. M. M. Prewitt, FOR RENT-Desirable sleeping

her mother, Mrs. Charles Mo son Walter Reed, jr., and, Miss Natalie mony at Grace Episcopal church i Mrs. Salzer and Miss Wilson. rom for gentleman.-A. W. Dodgeat

I ran, in Pahokee. Rughelm of Charleston, S. Car.,,, last evening at eight o'clock, :Mis Government Reservation.Johnson's .
Wiandt, daughter of Mr GIRLS' CLASS MEETS
are the guests this week of Mr. and Katherine JUNIOR
Keathley Bowden and son, Kay, Mrs. D. A. Herbertson, Mr. and 'and Mrs. J. Wiandt of Clewiston, !WITH MARY LOUISE THOMAS:

'I spent a few days this week on a Mrs. Millen are the parents of Mrs. became the bride of Edward '
I' fishing trip near St. Cloud. Herbertson. Crumpton, son of Mrs. Sue Crumpton I Mary Louise Thomas was hostess Fish CampNear
and the late James Crumptonof Friday afternoon to members of the
this city, with the Rev. Josepl: I Junior Girls' Class at their regular ( Hurricane Gate)
i Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Taylor were Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Flaniken and
visitors In Fort Lauderdale the lat children returned /. Tuesday from R. Alten, rector, performing the monthly meeting. t Clewiston Fla

ter part of the week. Tampa where they spent a week. ring ceremony. I I Games were enjoyed by all. Doris Boats and Motws-Guide Service

!VIr. Flanlken was given a thirty The church was tastefully deco- Hatch was winner of the prize. I II Rates Reasonable

J C. E. Miner has returned from a lay transfer to the Jacksonville office rated for the occasion with stately New officers were elected as follows W. H. Johnson, Mgr.

: K business visit of several days In I of U. S. Engineers and the family white Easter lilies. I :

. Tallahassee.Mr. left Wednesday for a' month's Mrs. T. L. Cromartie, organist, President-Doris Hatch.

--- I itay there. rendered a lovely program of nup- I Vice PresIdent-Betty McDuffie.,

and Mrs. Carl H. Berner were tial music, which included "Canti- Secretary-Jo Ann Crouch. J.IVL COUSE

business visitors In Fort Myers Mon Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Kolstad and lene Nuptlale" (Dubois), "Le I Treasurer-Sally Graham.

day. son"; Kim, left Wednesday for a Cygne" (The Swan) by Salent-Saens,, Refreshments of punch and Counselor and Attorney at Law

I vacation. They are visiting in Tampa 'Salut d'Amour" (Love's Greeting) I cookies were served. ,I Hopkins Building
i Mr. and Mrs. Carl Johnson and I for a few days and then expecto by Elgar, "Nuptial March" by L. Those present were Doris Hatch, I\ Wednesdays and Saturdays

Jimmy Johnson left the first of the make a leisurely trip through Ganne. The "Bridal March" from Dorothy Webb, Ogle and Billy 9:no to 4:00

week to visit relatives in Live Oak. he: state and enjoy some fresh "Lohengrin" by: Wagner was used nette, Cleo Scott, Marianne Ar-j I

water fishing on the Suwannee is a processional and the "Wedding Gloria and Betty McDuffie,
J. E. Beardsley spent several days liver and several lakes, In central March" from "Midsummer Night's Ward, Jo Ann Crouch; Sally Graham -I

1 this week In Jacksonville on busi, Horida. Dream" by Mendelssohn was played Mary Louise, Thomas, Shirley

ness. is a recessional. Incidental music Owen, Canine Berner, Louise and

played softly during the ceremony Mauryne Prewitt, June and Chris- Good FarmLand
who for the past
Miss Helen Cate, '
'it Mrs. Wilbur Young and her brother I included Schubert's "Serenade" and tine Espenlaub.
has been dietician at the Pres- I I
J. T. Lewis of Port Mayacca, year 'Serenade" by Wldor. I '
New York, is
I iyterian hospital In I
were visitors in Clewiston Tuesday. Crumpton sister of the MISSIONARY SOCIETY
isltlng her parents, Mr. and Mrs.V. Miss Elva ,
, maid ,of honor, and Mr. MET ON THURSDAY
I B. Cate for a few weeks. She ;room was
W. F. Simpson was a business I
I of the Toy Wichterman served the groom
dietician .
has been appointed
I visitor In Fort Lauderdale and Miami I The Woman's Missionary Societyof
j Florida State Hospital at Chatta- is best man. The bride was givenn tor Rent
the latter part of the week. Church met Thursday
Miller of the Baptist
marriage by' Paul A.
icochee and will leave soon to assume -
I afternoon at the church with a
I I her duties there. Leesburg.; I I
_Mr and Mrs. W. C. Prewitt and !large number of members and visitors
Miss Crumpton wore for the occasion -
and David, returned
sons, Benny present.
two weeks' stay in i H. Hirshing and John E. Ger- a becoming model of pink chair- .
Sunday from a I Mrs. E. L. Hayes, program
who prominent in the, jrepe; and carried an arm bouquetf
alles, are
Carolina.Mr. "Car-
Western North I man, presented a program on
of Puerto Rico, were pink roses.
ugar industry In
I I rying out the Great Comiijisslon
and Mrs. Karl R. Salzer and I vIsitors In Clewiston yesterday.I The bride, an attractive brunette, the Orient."

Miss Llllyan Wilson"of Jacksonville spent the day here, inspecting vas charming in a frock of ashes of I Those attending were: Mrs. A. R. TrespassersWill

spent several days here visiting I he sugar house and other proper- oses ,crepe fashioned with white Broadfoot, Mrs. R. J. Blount, Mrs. Be

:Mr" and Mrs. M. M. Prewitt. I ties of the United States Sugar Cor- embroidered lace yoke and sleeves, W. R. Broaderick, Mrs: E. M. Cor- I

I oration, and visiting with their and Eton jacket. Her accessories nette, Mrs.' J. H. Davis, Mrs. B. E. ProsecutedCleviston'

Mrs. G. H. Small and Mrs. John I riend, H. J. B. Scharnberg, super- were white and her bouquet was of I Herring, Mrs. Hayes, Mrs. E. E.

Elmore visited Mrs. C. E. Miner itendent of the, sugar house. whit brides' roses. I Kelly, Mrs. C. Nelson, Mrs. C. W.

and children at Fort Myers Beach Immediately after the ceremony Simmons, Mrs. Fred Topper, Mrs.

recently.Mrs. I Mrs. Roy A. Shaw of Melbourne, in informal reception was held at W. T. Wheeless, Mrs. G. E. Wenz-

pent a few days this week visiting the home of the groom's mother. I loft, Mrs.' Clarence Krueger, Mrs.

W. C. Nail and children, 'Miriam -I Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Shelley and following the reception the bride McGowan, Mrs. H. E. Walker, Mrs.

,-, and ,Billy, of Moore Haven, lother friends here. Mrs. Shaw .livedi and groom left for a wedding trip .I Arch Hodges, Mrs. A...H. King, Mrs. 1
spent Tuesday here with .Mr. and I Clewiston for several months to South Florida. They 'are making Robinson and Mrs. Fred Cato.
their home in Tampa, where the
Mrs. ",. F. Nail, Jr. II rhen her husband was superinten- I Realty
ent for the company constructing groom Is employed.DINN'EH. LADIES ATTEND AVMS

Mr. and Mrs. A Carlson were I the state highway. :She left Wednes- MEETING IN LABELLEA DevelopmentCorporation
called to Boston, Mass., Sunday by ay to join :Mr.! Shaw in 'Helena, GIVENMr.
the sad news of the death of Mr. iik., where he is on a new con- NEWLY MARRIED COUPLE large number- of Clewiston ladles -' .
Carlson's mother. ract. ,attended a Woman's Missionary I
and Mrs. John J. Kettl, whose i meeting in LaBelle on Wednesdayof '

Mrs. Otto Larsen is spending this I MRS. M. M. PREWITT HOSTESS, marriage occurred last month were this week. It was a program I

II week In Miami visiting Miss Beatrice AT BRIDGE. HONORING GUESTSMrs. I complimented with a dinner party meeting and sandwiches, iced tea:
:given by Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Rack- I .
Jacobs, who is on vacation ---- -

there. i I Lillyan. Wilson Karl L.of Salzar Jacksonville, and were Miss i ing.straw at their home Saturday even- .:..:..:..:..:...:..':..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:...:..:..:..:..:..:...:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..XMXXMXMX*
Mrs. T. B. Shelley, Mrs. J. W. guests of honor at a bridge party Other guests included Mr. and :: SOLD-- ;

Ezelle and Mrs. Roy Shaw were given Thursday afternoon by their Mrs. George, A. Yon of South Bay. I1s _:

visitors in Canal Point and Port hostess, Mrs. M. M. Prewitt. The party also marked the wedding : .

Mayacca Tuesday. High score prize was won by anniversaries. of Mr. and Mrs. Yon x !

Mrs. Horace Bestor and low by Mrs.J. and of Mr. and Mrs. Rackstraw, f

Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Schroederand E. Beardsley., Each of the two which fell on that date.DAUGHTER ::;:: since August first :;:

Mr. and Mrs. Foy Durrence received mo-
honor guests lovely
spent Sunday on a fishing, trip near mentoes from Mrs. Prewitt. BORN J 12 properties covering 22 lots, *

Fort Myers. Those playing were Mrs. H. J. B. .
Scharnberg, Mrs. H. A. Bestor, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Jean Barrow are ; present commitments involving

Mrs. J. G. Niblack and son, John W. C. Owen, Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, Mrs the proud parents of a six pound
have returned from a visit of threeweeks' baby girl born Thursday morning, 5 ::
\J. E. Beardsley, Mrs. E. C. Mills, :: more. :;
Bartow 24, at the Clewiston Hos- ;
with relatives In Mrs. Salzer and Miss, Wilson. August
Lake City and other towns In Cen- pital. Mother and daughter are reported and ::
doing ,nicely. _:;:: These sacrifice resales are scarcer
11 higher. _:::
Mrs. F. Morrison and MRS. ERIC BOB HOSTESSAT
Mr. and ,T
daughter, Miss Barbara, and Mr. Mrs. E. L. Hayes entertained STORK SHOWERMrs. :;: Art Lawrence, Betty Spicer, Jim ::

and Mrs. F. M. Rodriguez spent, members of her bridge club at her :i:: sley will be glad to talk about properties :;_:
fishing trip to Bonita hostess at a '0'
on a Boe
Sunday home Wednesday afternoon. A set Eric was t. availableI
still 'i"
Beach. stork shower given Tuesday evening .:
of toiletries was won by Mrs. R. M. ; ;
Hare, jr., who held high score and for Mrs. Jean Barrow. The eveningwas
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Couse, Jo Ann in and
I pleasantly spent games
guest towel by Mrs Foy Dur- .
Couse, Mrs. V. Gram, Mrs. H. C. \\a delightful refreshments, were served. y
who held low score. 1I I
Keenan and Virginia Ray Keenanof Mrs. Hayes served a salad courseto Mrs. Barrow received many lovely EBeards1ey< .
:Moore! Haven spent Saturday In Miss .
Mrs. V. C. Woodward, Mrs. Glen gifts. Those attending were ".
II Clewiston. Etherton, Mrs. Foy Durrence, Mrs.R. Mae Palmer, Miss Billie Hooker, ..2.. Real Estate ,'i.

II ____ M. Hare, .Jr., Mrs. A. d. Carlton, Miss Virginia Jordan, Miss, Beth :.t!: HOPKINS Br.DG. 1'IIONE 66 ..{,..

Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Knight, Richard Mrs. L. A. Wells, Mrs. Roy Alston Nail, Mrs. W. F. Nail, Mrs. B. J. .. . ... ..................................................... ......-
..... :
and Jimmy Knight, have return. and Mrs. B. E. Herring. Schroeder and Mrs. B. H. Cuttino. .:;..........:......:..:..:..:..:...:..:..:..:...:..:-:..:..:...:..:...:..:......:.....:....... .-. . .
ed from a two weeks' visit with t

Mrs. Knight's:: parents. Mr. and Mrs,
J.: T. -I Dumas> In Auburn, Alabama.; I i iMr

and Mrs. U. Y. Patterson. '

Bobs and Dick Patterson, returned 15 YOUR HOME BIG ENOUGH

Sunday from a trip to New York
and the World's Fair. They also visited -

relatives in Pensacola on their .
return to Florida.I' !:'
---- Homes don't grow in size but home completely to fit their

\ Miss Lucile Strehle of Grctna, I families do. Houses should be present needs. i jf ,\

:. Louisiana, is visiting her sister Mrs. I I enlarged but are not because .j.jI
t F. M. Rodriguez ,and family. Shirley people lack the cash to buy. The ABC Monthly Payment Plan ,i-:.

\j *Ruth Rodriguez will( return with I I Consequently many families are is a simple, economical way to !1 ):-J!

1 her to Gretna to attend school this I : living in crowded quarters bepurchase home improvements r :1

fall. cause they don't know that under out of income. Convenient and : -

', the ABC Monthly Payment easy terms can be ,arranged to r ',
; Mr. and Mrs. George C. Prewitt J. ;
remodel their suit your purse.
\ Plan they can
and, son, Jimmy, of New Orleans, '
arrived Wednesday for a two COMPANY11'nmAY. :

weeks' visit with Mr. Prewltt's bro: ROYAL LUMBER .

thers, W. C. and M. M. Prewitt and
their fo.mUtft, o .

j, .

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,e'hH 4

I 'Twas High Time to Call y

Halt, Thought the Lady

I .. The DIM LANTERX.I Former Senator Fess was con-

demning in Atlantic City the war

talk that is troubling ,the world.

"How unreasonable war is," he
t ended. "It is more unreasonablethan

the prize ,fight seemed to the

TEMPLE BAILEY" old lady. An' old lady said on her

By : return from the big city:

'One evening my soninlawtook

O PENN PUBLISHING COMPANY-WNU SERVICE me to a prize fight. I never

J saw such a thing. The two men
I :-- I : came out on the stage and shook

hands like the best of friends
enough for meand after a while : dors, you've: got to use diplomacy." then
he began to speak in broken sen- I "She didn't choose me, she chose they began to punch each other
THE STORY THUS FAR tences. 'Ah, silver shrine, here Baldy." all for nothing. They kept; on

will I take my rest After so "But why can't she deal directly punching till a man in the corner

Young, pretty Jane Barnes, who lived with her brother, Baldwin, In Sherwood rich, many hours of toil and quest with me?" yelled "Time" and nobody an-
Park, near Washington, was not particularly Impressed when she read that swered, so I pulled out my watch
attractive Edith Towne had been left at the altar by Delafield Simms, wealthy A famished pilgrim That'sKeats "She ran away:, from you. And "
New Yorker. However, she still mused over It when she met Evans Follette. a. my dear. Jane, do you know she isn't ready to' come back." and yelled, "Ten o'clock"!l'
young neighbor, whom the war had left completely discouraged and despondent.Evans that food and drink?"
had always loved Jane. That morning Baldwin Barnes on his way to workIn you are" "She ought ,to come back."
Washington, offered assistance to a tall, lovely girl in distress. Later he found a "Am I? unsteadily. "She doesn't think
bag she had left In the car. containing a diamond ring on which was inscribed "Yes, dear little thing, if I had so.
that his had been Edith Towne. you'll insist.
"Del to Edith-Forever. He knew then passenger '
Already he was half in love with her. That night he discussed the matter with you always by my fire I could fight "What does she want me to do?"
Jane, and they called her uncle, worldly, sophisticated Frederick Towne. He visited the world.
them at their home delighted with Jane's simplicity. He told them Edith's When Jane and Baldy reached "Send her the bag with the money
story. Because her uncle desired it, Edith Towne had accepted Delafield Simms. and the checkbook, and let Baldy
whom she liked but did not love. She disappeared Immediately after the weddingwas home that night, Baldy stamped up take out a lot of things. She
to have taken place. The next day Jane received a basket of fruit from and down the house, saying things gave
widowed mother of Evans, him a list there's everything from
Towne asking if he might call-again. Mrs. Follette about Muriel Follette.. "A girl like ;
she nevertheless managed "
was a woman of indomitable courage. toilet water to talcum.
comfort by running a dairy farm. that to criticise.
comparative AGENTS
to keep Evans and in "
"Suppose I refuse to send them?
Evans mentally depressed and disillusioned, had little self reliance'and lookedto She yawned. "I'm going to bed."
his mother and Jane for guidance. "You"can, of course. But youwon't
The telephone rang, and Baldywas Merchants-Canvassers-New profits: mill
off like shot. Jane will you? ends 4c yd. up; sheeting 3c yard; full size
a uncurled
unbleached sheets 30c quilt bundles
; scrap
"No I not. I shan't
herself from her chair and lent a suppose coerce 16cstart with S2 sample order; money-
her. But it's rather a strange back guarantee. Harry Sunshine Textile
its book-lined walls its imposing listening ear. It was a moment of ,
CHAPTER IVContinued7 fireplace, Products. 36 Alabama St. Atlanta. Ga.,
thing for her to be willing to trust
portrait above the mantel. exciting interest. Edith Towne was ..
all this to brother. She has
"As a man thinks-Do you believeit The portrait showed Evans' at the other end of' the wire! seen him only. once." OLD COINSCOINS

?" Evans asked. grandfather; and beneath it was a Jane knew it by Baldy's singing "Well," said Jane,with some spirit -
Jane. of Evans himself. The voice. He didn't talk like that to
"Some of it replied photograph
,' "you've seen Baldy only once, WANTED. Gold silver copper.
"We'll talk about it tonight. No, I likeness between the two men was commonplace folk who called him and wouldn't trust him?" Tell me what you have. L. E. ELLISON..
you Alabama.POULTRY
Box 497. Birmingham
She devoured with :
can't come in. Dinner is at seven. striking-there was the same square up. was curi- She flung the challenge at him
longer. "Do of the shoulders the same osity. .
He lingered a moment set and quite surprisingly he found himself
you know what a darling you are, bright, waved hair, the same air of He came in, at last, literally saying, "Yes, I would."
walking on air. And just as Jane
Jane? youth and high spirits. The grand- ,
"Well said Jane "of
She stood watching him as he father in the portrait wore a blue had felt that his voice sang, so she course. BRED FOR PRODUCTION: Ducks
He leaned back in his 'chair and RAISED FOR PROFIT: Chicks
felt that his feet danced.
'limped away. Once he turned and uniform, the grandson was in khaki, now SOLD BY QUALITY: Turkeys
"Janey, it was Edith Towne." looked at her. Again he was awa're'of STARTED CHICKS: Pullets
waved. She waved back and her but they were, without a question,
"What did she ?" quickened emotions. She revived MILFORD HITCHERYeLes::N-lIg
eyes were blurred with tears. two ,of a kind. say :
ardors. Gave him
In Jane's next letter to Judy she 'You belong here, Jane," said Evans "Just saw my advertisement. Pa- half-forgotten back his youth. She used none of

told about the dinner. "on one side.of. the fireplace, per delayed"
"Where is she?" the cut and dried methods of sophis-
Beautiful Crocheted
with me on the other. That's the
"We had a delicious dinner. It "Beyond Alexandria. But we're tication. She was fearless, absolutely -

seems to me, Judy, that my mind way eyes.'s'I always, see you when I shut not to give it away." alive, and in spite of, her, cheap Doilies for the Table

dwells a great deal on things to eat. my "Not even to Mr. Towne?" gray; suit, altogether lovely.So .
But, after all, why shouldn't I? "You see "me now with your eyes "No. She's asked me to bring it was .with an air of almost

Housekeeping is ,my job. wide open- her bag, and some other things." romantic challenge that he said,
"Yes. Jane, I told Mother this "
"Mrs. Follette doesn't attempt to He threw himself into a chair opposite "What would you advise? J
afternoon that I wouldn't to New
do anything that she can't do well, go Jane, one leg over the arm of "I'd let her alone, like little Bo-

and it was all so simple and satisfy- it. He was a' careless and pictur- Peep. She'll come home before you

ing. In the center of the table was esque figure. Even Jane was aware know it, Mr. Towne."

some of the fruit that Mr. Towne t1.t l lr lv of his youth and good looks., "I wish that I could think ithowever -

sent in a silver epergne, and there Edith had, as it seemed, asked it's a great comfort to know

were four Sheffield candlesticks with him to have Towne send the ring that she's safe. I shall give it out

white candles. back to ,Delafield-to have her wed- that she is visiting friends, and that

"Mrs. Follette carved the turkey. ding presents sent back, to have a I've heard from her. And now,

Evans can't do things like that- bag packed with'her belongings.She about the things she wants. It seems ;

she wore her perennial black lace started ,up the stairs but be- absolutely silly to send them."

and pearls, and in spite of every- fore she had reached the landing he "I don't think it's, silly."

thing, Judy, I can't help liking her, called after her. "Jane, what have "Why not?"

though she is such a beggar on you 'on hand for tomorrow?" "Oh, clothes make such a lot of

horseback. They haven't a cent, except She leaned over the ''rail and difference to a woman. I can absolutely -

what she makes from the milk, looked'down at him. "Friday? Feed change my feelings by :'
but she looks absolutely the lady of the chickens. Feed the cats. Help changing my frock. :;

the manor. Sophy clean the silver. Drink tea at She rose. "I'll leave the list with

"The cousins are very fashionable. four with Mrs.: Allison, and three I you and you can' telephone Baldy

One of them Muriel Follette, other young things of eighty." when to come for them.?.

knows Edith Towne intimately. She "Well, look here. I don't want to "Don't go. I want'to talk to you."

told us all about the wedding, and face Towne. He'll say things about "But you're busy.' "
how people are blaming Edith for Edith-and insist on her com- "Not unless I want to be." 0.

running away and are feeling terri- : ing back-she says he will, and. "But" I am. I. have to go to mar-

bly sorry for Mr. Towne. Of cours"ethey that's why she won't call him ''up. ket-

didn't know that Baldy and I And you've got more diplomacy thanI "Briggs can take you over. I'll

had ever laid eyes on _either of them. n S have. You might make it all call up the garage."

But you should have seen Baldy's seem-reasonable. Will you do it, "Briggs! Can you imagine Briggs
Add that touch of luxury that
the streets of Wash-
driving through
eyes, when Muriel said things about Jane?
ington with a pound of sausage anda marks a well-kept home. Crocheta
Edith. I was scared stiff for fear "Do you mean that you want me
lace doily for a center-
he'd say something. You know how to call on him at his office?" three-rib roast? large
his temper flares. "Yes. Go in with me in the "Do you mean that you are go- piece-a large and two medium-

"Well, Muriel said some catty morning." ing to take your parcels back with' sized ones for buffet set-three
sizes for luncheon set!
repeated a
things. That everybody is sure that "Baldy, are you shirking? Or do you?
Delafield Simms is .in love with you really think me as wonderfulas "Yes. There aren't any deliveries The large doily measures 18

someone else, and that they are had'carried your words seem to imply?" Sherwood." inches, the medium one 12 inch'esand
say-I Evans Jane off to He hesitated for a moment, then the small 6 inches. Pattern
known it if
ing Edith might have "Oh, if you're going to put it like
the directions for inak-
library. 1935
hadn't ,always looked upon herselfas I that." touched her shoulder lightly with

the center of the universe. And York. So that's settled, without your She smiled down at him. "Let'sleave his forefinger. "Look here. Let irig doilies; illustrations of then

they feel that if her heart is broken, saying anything.' it then that I amwonderful.But Briggs take you to market, then and of stitches; materials required -
come back here, and we'll run up to ; photograph of doily.
the decent thing would be to mournin "How does she feel about it?" suppose Mr. Towne doesn't fall
the bosom of her family. Of for your plan? Perhaps he won't the house, get the things for, lunchat Send 15 cents in coins for this
"Oh she still thinks that I should
Chevy Chase, and put you down, to The Sewing Circle ''Ncedlecraft -
course I'm not quoting her exact let her have the bag or a check- pattern
But I'll here he moved
words, but you'll get the idea. go.his head restlessly.stay "I, want to be book or money or-anything-" sausages, bags and"all, at your own Dept., 82 Eighth Ave.,
door in Sherwood.
thinks his New York.
Baldy can
i queen
where you are, Jane. And now, my Jane saw then a sudden and pas- "Really?" She was all shining ra
and almost burst-
do no wrong, was dear, we're going to talk things out. sionate change in her brother. "If diance.
ing. Judy, he walks in a dream. I You know that yesterday madea he doesn't let her have it, I .will. I
you You'll do it then? Sit
don't know what good it is going to That be but I'll beg or borrow THIS for Malaria!
do him to feel like that. He will sort of-promise. you'd pray may poor down a moment while I call up Try
for me to get back-and that if I rather than have her brought backto .
have to Always worship at a distance face those-cats-until she wantsto Briggs. When Malaria hits you or your
back-well you'd give me a
got and turned
He called the
like Dante. Or was it Abe- garage family this year, get a bottle ofWintersmith's
chance. Jane, I want your prayers, come. again to Jane. "I'll dictate some
lard? I always get those grande pas- Tonic the first thing.Wintersmith's .
sions mixed. but not your promise. I important letters, and be ready for has been proven by
"Why not?" CHAPTER V you when you get back." of It has helped
"Anyhow, there you have it. Edith over 70 years use.
Towne rode in Baldy's flivver, and 1 "I am not fit to think of any wom- So Jane went through the' fine old thousands upon thousands of :peo-

he has hitched that little wagon to a an. Whet}: I am-well-if 1 ever am Frederick Towne never arrived in market, with its long aisles brilliant ple. Ask for Wintersmith's by

star! -you can do as you think best. But his office until ten o'clock. So Jane with the bounty of field and garden, name. If your dealer doesn't stock

"Well, after dinner, we set the you mustn't be bound." was ahead of him. She sat in a river, and bay and se a. There were 'it, he can get it for you. Ask him

victrola going and Baldy, had to She sat silent, looking into the luxurious outer room, waiting. red meats .and red tomatoes and
When he came in he saw Jane at red apples, oranges that were yellow WNTtTWS
with Muriel. She dances
dance ex-
tremely well, and I know he en- fire."You know that I'm right, don't once, and held out his hand smil-" and pumpkins a deeper orange.

joyed it, though he wouldn't admit you, dear?" ing. "You've heard from Edith? There were shrimps that; were pink, TONIC

it. And Muriel enjoyed it. There's "Yes, I do, Evans. I thought of "Yes. Last night. Too late to and red-snappers a deeper rose.
denying that Baldy has a way it, too, last night. And it seems like let you know. There,was the gold of butter and' the
with him."After this to me. If we can just:be friends "Good. We'll go into my room." gold of honey-the green of spin S.

they had .danced a while -without bothering withanythingelseit Jane was thrilled by a sense of ach, the green of olives and the Honest Labor \

everybody played bridge, except Ev- will be easier, won't it?" things happening. Outwardly calm, green of pickles in bowls of brine, Honor lies in honest toil.-Grover -

ans and me. You know how I hate "I can't tell you how gladly I'd she was inwardly stirred by excite- there was the brown of potatoes ,Cleveland.

't, and it makes Evans nervous. Sowe bother, as you call it. But it wouldn'tbe ment. overflowing in burlap bags, and the

went in the library and talked. fair. You are young, and you She sat in a big leather chair brown of bread baked to crustinessthe Analgesic (pain-easing) .

Evans is dreadfully discouragedabout have a right to happiness. I'd be a which nearly swallowed her up, and brown of the plumage of dead Simple action brings quick relief
stated her errand. ducks-the white of onions and the from simple neu-
himself. I wish that you were shadow on your-future- Neuralgia ralgla and headache.
here and that we could talk it over. "Please don't-" "Baldy thought I'd better come, white of roses. PfERJE1"ROOnly

!But'it is hard to do it at long distal He dropped on the rug at her feet. he's so busy, and anyhow he thinksI (TO BE CONTINUED)

\ Ce. There ought to be some way "Well, we'll leave it at that. We're have more tact." She tilted her

to help him. Sometimes it seems friends, forever," he reached up and chin at him and smiled. Castle Called 'The Mouse'

that I can't stand it when I remember -, took her hands in his, "forever?" "And you thought it needed tact." The castle of Thurnberg or "The = =

what he used to be." "Always, Evans-" "Well, don't you, Mr. Towne? We Mouse," on the right bank of the

"For better, for worse-for richer really haven't a thing to do with it, I Rhine near St. Goarshausen, was GOOD P/jERCHAMDISE i

Evans had carried Jane off to thelibrary for poorer?". and I'm sure you think so.; Only I built in 1363 by the Archbishop von

high-handedly. want "Of course-" now we're in .it, we want to do the Falkenstein. It was named, "The Can Be CONSISTENTLY Advertised

.. you," was all the reason he vouchsafed They stared into the fire, ,and best we can." Mouse" by the counts of' Katzenein
as they came into the shabby then he said softly, "Well, that's "I see. Since Edith has chosen bogen, whose castle "The Cat", stood O BUY ADVERTISED GOODS OI

'room with its leaping flames in the enough for me, my dear, that's you and your brother as ambassa- opposite. f(


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t '. Knew the Answer .
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" \ I I this"Now week, who," asked has behaved father,""and best D I ", Events in the Lives of Little Men; I 0WNU They lot car oPtimes% vse. it

done all that mummy' said? !
: "You, dad," replied the angel
I child R.1 CA" ,

'., What Kept Him Out

. "Have'you any explanation for

I wandering about at this time of S
night?" asked the policeman of :
,I the man he met'in the street. '

I, "Look here," replied the man, WNU Service.Intelligence .
"If I had an explanation, I'd have .1
gone home to the wife hours ago."


A classification of the popula-

tion of the United States accordingto

:, > varying degrees of intelligence

I divides the population into the following -

groups: Class A, 3 per cent,
I r capable of professional training;

class B, 20 per cent_capable of college -

I _rIII training; class C, 54 per cent,
\ capable of high school training; ,

"You say he's very thoughtful of 1 class D, 20 per cent, high and a
pedestrians?" I II ; Y few low grade morons; class E,

i "Yes; having run over a number ti 6 3 per cent, hopelessly feebleminded -

car.of persons" he's ordered a lighter ; and lower morons.

,, Muddled How Womenin
r The magician was being mar- / I I IJ

; : ried, and as the clergyman called Their 40's
i ; for the ring, he put his hand into

:i I one pocket and brought out a rab- Can Attract MenHere's
; bit.
t "Pardon he said. I
good advice for a woman during her
act." change (usually.from 38 to 52), who fears
she'll lose her appeal to men, who worries
about hot flashes, loss of pep, dizzy spells
A Bit Leaky I K upset nerves and moody spells.
A. motorist Ali Get more fresh air, 8 hrs.sleep and if you
" woman was charged, need a good general system tonic take LydiaE.
'with parking her car illegally in JJl TICK Pinkham a Vegetable Compound, made
( SERVICE) especially for women. It helps Nature build
front of
; a store. up physical resistance, thus helps give more
"But I only slipped in to buy a vivacity to enjoy life and assist calming
jittery nerves and disturbing symptoms that
colander, she protested to the often accompany change of life. WELL

magistrate. I AIN'T GOT JOHNNY WORTH TRY1NGIIntellectual
"I am sorry, madam," the mag- ;

istrate replied, "but your alibi NO SUGARIN I HAVE NO WhetstonesAs
I does not hold water." I MY
p LI SUGAR IN diamond cuts diamond, and

I TEA MY TEA! one hone smooths a second, all

I the parts of intellect are whet-

TAKE FORMALARIA stones to each other; and genius,
which is but the result of their

r mutual sharpening, is character,

o L R too.-Bartol.

For quick relief always
use this accurate aspirin.
Get Relief From Chills and Muscular

Fever! P Aches St..JosephGENUINE PURE ASPIRIN]

Don't put up with terrible Malaria. J
Don't endure the wracking chills 161 '
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At first sign of the dread disease,
take Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic.A To watch the corn grow, and the
real Malaria, medicine. Made blossoms set to draw hard breath
especially for the purpose. Contains -f IIERENEITIIER ( over plowshares, to read, to think,
tasteless quinidine and iron.Grove's .
i Tasteless Chill Tonic actually OF USAINT to love, to hope, to praytheseare

combats Malaria infection in GOT NO.... I the things that make men hap-
the blood. Relieves the awful chills SUGAR IN. py.-John Ruskin.
and fever. Helps you feel better
:fast.Thousands OUR TEA
take Grove's Tasteless
Chill Tonic for Malaria and swear -, Malaria Chills *Fever
by it. Pleasant to take, too. Even
children take it without a whimper. Y .(} Tat reliable Oiidme.Slops ch2i! and
Don't suffer and suffer. At Ma- If fever,cleans blood malaria..Famousfor QXi '
laria's first sign, take Grove's o SO years.Money-back guaraniesReal
Tasteless Chill Tonic. At all drug- :2.
stores. Buy the large size as it gives By
you much more for your money.
J. Millar Watt

Absence as a Wind

Absence diminishes little passions Nobility

and increases great ones, as
If a man be endowed with a
the wind extinguishes candles and Bell SyndIcate.-WNU Ser\ce.) this is the best '
WNUA generous mind
r fans a fire.-La Rochefoucauld.
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If the first dose cf tM pleisant-Ujtlne little
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52 ZZ.Zz complete relief you have arperlenced tend bottle '
hack to us and get DOUBLE 3lONEY BACK. Thus
the Foe ? z zz zz Bell-ins tablet helps the stomach digest food.
makes the execsl stomach fluids harmless and lets
O that men should put an enemy 0C you eat the nourishing foods you need. For heirt-
in their mouths to hum lick headache and upsets to often caused by
steal I
away I excess slomacb' fluids mtklnK you feel our and
their brainsI-8hakespeare.! I sldtall o ei .JUST ONE DOSE of BeU-ana prorcej
V speedy relief. 25e everywhere.

Greatest Want
bloodshot T
eyesare He that wants hope is the poor

relieved in one day by Est man alive.
Leonardi's Golden Eye Lotion. 1u4
No other eye remedy In the T
world as cooling, healing and so c cW
strengthening for weak eyes.


New Large Sift with Dropper-50 cenit Don't Neglect Them
8.B.LeonardI O Co.Inc.,New Rochelle,N.T. Nature designed the kidneys to do s
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Worse for
the PunishmentIf
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When the kidneys( 'fail to function as
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: sweats bladder] disturbance.
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ram a diuretic medicine to help the kidneys
pet rid of excess poisonous body waste.
; i Use Doan't Pillt. They have had more
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l. JK1UU.A'Clewiston' .- -...

work the exemption does not NEAR BLAZE IN APARTMENTThe
Scout News I
Pahokee Boy pass on to the members of the fam-

Trims ily. Therefore where the wife of a Clewiston fire department

shootin veteran, or other member of the morning .
/ The Boy Scouts held a rifle answered a call Tuesday
back of the Scouthouse last I family has been on the "WPA em- to the apartment of Mr. and Mrs.
4 There ''On Sunday ployment rolls for' a period of 18 in Court
14 to Thursday night,* all present being I months without a break in earnings 'Hansel McDuffie Sagamore
asked to participate. For the Scouts, but the danger of fire was averted
they have to be dismissed under the arrival of the
Robert Hodges won high place, witha before the truck.
---- law just the same as other certified
rather mediocreball Medal Play Nassau event with I)- score of 105. Robert received a Two exposed electric wires had

After playing weeks the Clewis man teams, prizes going to all match Boy Scout handbook' for his bangup workers. come In contact with each other

for several form Sun- winners and Low Net Score for the pow-wpwing. Mr. King, who shot "While the blanket dismissals required and the wires were reported to have
returned to top
ton team Pahokee by a field. last but certainly not least in will cause some hardships, burst Into flame causing the',alarmto
day and defeated with his 155. especially in the higher age brack- the
worst defeat of : 1 score, topped 'everyone be given. Someone pulled
score of 14-4, the Beach team. I LaBelle PostponesContinued Mr. Vaughn was his ,closest rival ets, Florida is fortunate in having witch a moment later and the danger ,
the year for the East secured permission of the WPA officials -
Pahokee. with 135 ,marked, up for him. No was passed.IN .
The game was played Sea Scouts were present, altho they to retain a quota for August \
Pahokee took a one-run lead In their ,and September that will allow thereplacement
From Page. 1) too, were supposed to try
and held Clewiston ( I dropped
the first inning of persons
shooting arm.' After the bulletarget.- THE CIRCUIT' COURT OF THE
scoreless until 'the fifth when three head of cattle on the ranges in the regular meeting which discussed from the rolls from the large list of TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
the plate. counties and ing FLORIDA, IN AND FOR HENDRY
runs were pushed across Hendry and Glades re-registration and Court of certified people awaiting assignment.This COUNTY.

Three more were added In the sixth, more than 25,000 acres planted in Honor next Tuesday, was held. This is no consolation to those be- IN RE )

two in the seventh, two In the para grass and other grasses which was followed by ,a milk drink, serv- ing dismissed, but it does mean that BOWDEN PETITION TO OF\.TAKE BERYL,CHARGE))
eighth and four in the ninth. makes for good beef, and with cat- Mr. King. the WPA payrolls in Florida will OF AND MANAGE: HER OWN)
ed by
the batting spree had started tlemen back of the market it will continue at approximately the same ESTATE AND PROPERTY)
After i Scoutmaster FREE
Twenty scouts, including I AND BECOME A )
almost every Clewiston playerwas prove a success. 1 visitors level as during the past several DEALER. )
etc., and two mr.I C _
credited with at least one eIl- At the same time WPA supervisor i 'months.
Clark be heard
Harry Vaughn and Ed were This cause came on to upon
tra 'base 'hit. A. C. Carlton put two Clarence C. House and his crew are I Court ,of Honor next Tues- "There can be no hope ''held out the Master's report filed herein, and
over the fence in short right field rushing through to completion the day will show many advancements, to those whose cases are ,being clos- upon IT_ IS consideration ORDERED thereof.ADJUDGED AND
which are credited as doubles by produce division so that it may be Let's encourage the ed as to future employment by DECREED as follows: '
Is hoped.
it this court has full jurisdiction -,
1. That
ground rules. of service to farmers of this sectionin WPA," pointed out the 'State Ad-
Scouts to work. (More rifle scores of ,the subject matter of this
Forbes was on the mound for marketing early fall crops. Encouraged week.) ministrator. "First they cannot cause, and that all proper and necessary -
next have been taken incident
unusually selfish by'returns from the firrt make application for recertificationuntil steps
Clewiston and was I and necessary to presentation for this
with the hits he allowed the Pa- sale of cattle land is being preparedfor after 30 days from, date of final hearing.
WPA WorkersTo 2. That the report of the Master
hokee batsmen. Pahokee used three planting all around LaBelle ,Lucky dismissal. At the end of the 30 day appointed herein be and the same Is

hurlers, Baxter, Boynton and Spooner while more than 100 acres in the I period they will have to go throughthe hereby fully confirmed In every. respect -
RaisesWPA I and the applicant, Beryl Bowden -
Felda is Get Pay
In an effort to end Clewi5ton'3batting rich farming section of I same procedure as a new case, who is known as Mrs. Keathley
spree to no avail. being planted this week in tomatoes taking their place on the certified I Bowden and who is now, a resident
I of Clewiston, Florida, be and she is
cucumbers, squash and beans by I list in the usual manner, and then
The line-up for Clewiston with- I hereby granted' a license In accordance -
positionwas Asa Townsend, Jesse Thomas, Syd workers lucky enough to be await assignment to work. This is with the prayer of the petition,
out regard for batting and she is authorized to take chargeof
as follows: Hooks, c, ss; Clark, Maddox, Judge W. T. Maddox and retained on the job and those who not a very bright forecast but those and control her estate and to be-
Beard- Arthur Peters with others to follow. are being assigned to. fill vacancies concerned, and the public should come a free dealer in every respect;
c; Forbes, p; Moore, 1b, ss; to contract and be contracted with,
sley, lb; Ward, 2b; Hare, ss, Wells, As the produce division nears created' 'by the blanket dismissal of know the truth now In order that to sue and be sued and to bind .herself -

3b; Carlton, If; Roberts, c; Bell rf. I completion a delegation" of citrus those who have been employed con- they might realize the seriousnessof unmarried.in all respects as if she were

growers from the rich grove district tinuously for an. eighteen month the situation." DONE AND ORDERED at Tort
of Fort Denaud which produces the stretch will be benefitted -by. the Myers Florida, this the. 10th day of
Is ResumedBy \ August, 1939.
Play fancy Caloosahatchee river valley new schedule of monthly wages Ceo. 'W., Whitehurst,

fruit met Saturday with Hodge in which will go into effect September Paid? Circuit Judge..
Golf Association IK Your Subscription August 18, 25, September 1, 8.
an effort to have the produce division 1.., According to population the in-
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extended 120 feet to provide crease for the same 130 hours labor .

; After Six WeeksAfter space for handling their fruits will affect Hendry 'county as follows -

i I through the market. There is approximately : Unskilled labor employed on ''''Illll

a six weeks' enforced rest 1,200 acres in oranges the inside $31.20 'as against the old

because of mosquitoes, the Ever- and grapefruit around Fort Denaud rate $26, or $5.20 more. Outside I G

glades Golf Association renewed which represents some of the oldest I unskilled labor $35.10 new rate, R Fc

competitive play last Sunday at the I and best groves In the Caloosahatchee $26 old, increase $9.10; Interme-

Clewiston Golf Club with a revamped valley and growers of this sec- diate skilled $42.90 new rate, $33 ,:

line-up, Belle Glade and tion are taking steps to organizefor old, increase $9.90; Intermediatenew it IIUg'l

Clewiston having teams In the the purpose of, securing better $54.60, old $44, increase toy \

field. Play under the new setup will returns through systemized market- $10,60:; Professional and technicalnew IS'{
continue each Sunday for the balance increase $7.90.
ing facilities. ,$55.90, old $48,
of the year, closing up witha According to state administratorRoy
36 hole Medal meet in December. Schroeder the situation is not I 111P

Belle Glade, who found all the Pahokee To Have very'' encouraging to 'workers whose

'breaks bad ones during the early being closed under the

:summer meets, opened, the new New 'Farm MarketWPA ruling cases are as he gave provisions of the 6oeo lnto oblivionWith

10 1-2 to
schedule with a decisive year and half ,act. "The 18 months

-:4.: 1-2 victory. 'Ralph Kirk, lanky rule is statutory provision handed Home

Belle Glader, grabbed off honorsfor Administrator Roy Shroeder down by the Congress in the cur- Our Direct-Reduction

the day by scoring 2 1-2 pointsfor yesterday authorized the construc- rent Relief bill.-:.therefore compliance I Loan Plan, each monthly payment
his team and winning Low Net tion of a new farmer's market, at is mandatory. This rule has Est

score for the day with an 871473.The Pahokee to cost $112,366, work.: nothing whatsoever to, do directly ''I tOo1 ;;: cancels a portion of the loan. That

opening affray was a Match upon which is expected to start at with any present or future employ- ..,cTu:"" ;ov" part is goneyou pay no interest

Play Nassau event, with prizes go- ment quota, such adjustments con- NiNI.Y01acC1 and chat much near-
once.Two M it are
on I you
ingto all match winners. Belle marketing sheds are to be cern only persons certified for

Glade scored 3 point slams in twe provided with suitable platformswith work. Dismissal under the 18 RtO\JC1\O er debt-free: home ownership. Ask

matches with Clewiston scoring one. paved approaches and paved months rule' places the worker in '"0"0. and you'shall receive further good

Results: parking space adjacent to structure. an uncertified status." Pt,

Lou Betzner? (BG) beat Tom The WPA allocation of $53,355will Another provision of the 18 :__., news about our home loan plan.

Shelley (C) 2 to 1. be matched by $59,011 from months ruling that seems to be misunderstood -

W. ,J. White (BG) beat E. E. the State Agricultural Marketing by many is the clause

Kelly (C) 3 to 0. Board, sponsors of the project. It exempting veterans from dismissal,"

BG beat Bill Owen Is believed that eight to tenmonths continued Administrator Schroeder,
Kirk ( )
Ralph will be jrequired in the con- "This exemption applies ,only to the Clewiston Federal Savings
Jr., (C) 2 1-2 to 1-2. ,. childrenand I
W. C. Owen (C) beat H. C. Van- structl the family
other members of
Landingham (BG) 3 to 0. because of kin- Association
cannot be exempted and Loan
VanLandingham (BG) beatC. I
Gray :ship. If the veteran is dead, or incapacitated -
Read The Ads
L. McLendon (C) 3 to 0. so as not to be'' ableto
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