The Clewiston news
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: July 19, 1940
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
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System ID: UF00028415:00796
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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Acres West Of Town South Side Of Street


W. S. Bowdon, who last year

0.-. .'..,.- HELD ON AUGUST 6 cleared of sand and land planted west the of 160 Clewistonnear acres AT CLOSE OF YEARThe committee planted Members a full of of the truck-load the Kiwanis beautification of calla Club DISTRICT ACTIVITIESAn

...., 25 and
the of road
"' junction lilies the first of the week along

;. The Department of Agriculture the old Moore Haven road is continuing Clewiston post-office closedits the south side of. the highway in all-day meeting of the Ever-

,, announced through the press Tues- with further improvementsto first year as a second-class officeon the block extending west from the glades Fire Control board was held
day that hearings would be held the land preparatory to plantingit June 30, the end also of the Seminole toward Baker's Service Tuesday at the Clewiston Inn to

at various places in Louisiana and in fall tomatoes. fiscal year and figures submittedthis Station and another truck-load was review the work of the district

Florida to consider the prices to be Although weather conditions have week by Postmaster A. W. expected to be planted this weekto during the past fiscal year, ended

paid for the 1940 crop of cane and hampered crops in the past Mr. Sias show that the increase in finish on as far as this service June 30, and to make plans for

the rate of pay for persons em- Bowdon is not discouraged. The postal receipts for the year over station and probably on to Pacific the new year. It was the first

ployed in harvesting the 1940 crop tract has been laid out In a net- the previous year was about $700 Avenue. meeting held since the Fort Lauder-

and in planting and cultivation of work of shallow ditches which maybe although the money ,orders sold Previous plantings had been made dale meeting in February at which

1941 used either for drainage or during the latter year amountedto time C. E. Miner of Clewiston was
the crop. across the front of the Hopkins
irrigation and is now being plowedand almost ten thousand dollars more I elected chairman to succeed R.
, The hearing to be held in Clew- block.
: disced ready for planting. ,than the previous year. Boe of Moore Haven, resigned.The .
"'. iston is scheduled for August 6

.. but Jay W. Moran, vicepresidentand Mr. Sias points out that by using Real Estate SalesIs board heard first the :report:
general manager of the United NYA SupervisorIs the figures for the fiscal year instead of the fire chief, W. H. Stafford in

", States Sugar Corporation, stated of the calendar year that a which he set forth the amounts ex-

',' this week that the corporation had Speaker At considerably greater portion of the Indication OfCity's ''pended for warden salaries, expenses -

had no official notification that so-called dull period is included. supplies, etc. which amounted -

the hearing was to be held at that Kiwanis MeetingMiss Although' the gain in receipts was Steady Growth to $27,000 for the year, con-

time. It was originally scheduled far less than it has been in previous siderably under the $75,000 legislative -
. but years Mr. Sias stated that he was appropriation. His report
for July 30 was postponed, pre-
J. E. Beardsley, local real estate
' sumably until the close of the Demo- Veronica Huss, area super- rather surprised that any gain at also included the number of author-

cratic convention. Arrangementshave visor for the National Youth Administration all was shown because of the cur- agent, announces a number of trans- ized and unauthorized fires in the
actions mostly in lots
city duringthe
been made for having the with headquarters in tailment of the sugar season' by the district and the number of acres
few weeks which is
past an-
February freeze.In burned over because of being fire
school auditorium
in the
hearing LaBelle, was the guest speaker at indication that the growth of Clew-
i' this meets with the approval of the fiscal ending June hazards during dry: seasons. He
-.: i. year
the weekly meeting of the Kiwanis ston is to continue steadily. Mostof
'.' the agriculture department. Hear- 30 1939 there were 18,127 reported also most of the equipmentwas
" : money
"-: Club Wednesday night at the Inn. the lots sold are'to' be improved
/ ings for Louisiana are scheduled orders issued for a total of $156- in A-1 condition and that
with homes within short
new a
Miss Huss outlined of the very
\';;f for' New Orleans on July 29, New some 978.90 and the year ending June which was not was being repairedat
.;:.... .' Iberia on July 31, Donaldsonville, work which is being done by the 30,. 1940 there were 18,149 for a this time. Mr., Stafford was
NYA in the and explainedthat I C. A. Thomas of Lake Harbor
! {,.:\ August 2.Varying. county total of $166,849.87. The post-office commended on this report and the
5 the for the has purchased Lots 1 and 21 in
program was pur- excellent work done by his force.C. .
: : their usual custom of receipts upon which all offices are
pose of training young people and Block 196, a tract of 100 feet by
previous the department has classed were $10,734.74 for 1939 Kay Davis, federal supervisoron
years making them eligible for work in 125 feet on Ponce De Leon and
$11,437.15 for 1940. the soil conservation
announced tentative recommendations and work: be-
industries. The federal government Arcade Streets which will be im-
.:'o'. for sugar prices to be con- ing done in the 'glades by the gov-
supplies the machinery needed in proved with a $5,000 home in the
sidered. A price of $1.00 per ton'is Crochet As ernment reported on the progressof
the various projects and pays the I I near future. This was sold for
proposed for Florida for each this work to date. Experimentallevees
youths a salary while they learn. the Clewiston Realty and Develop-
, .:' cent of the price per pound of Baseball Club Manager and dams along the North
ment the realtor.C. .
\ Corporation by
There two schools in
'. : raw sugar at a 3.5 cent level, New are training New River canal have' been con
y the state at present, Miss Huss B. Wegman of LaBelle has structed and aerial have
:. York basis, as compared with a, surveys
:. :. 3.75 cent level for 1939. In Louisiana said, one of which is for girls at I 'Sidney L. ''Crochet has handed purchased lot 26 in block 171, 70 been completed with fifty per cent

' Camp Roosevelt, Ocala, and the feet by 130 feet on Date and of the films accepted and approvedby
.. the price basis proposed is $1.00 for I in his resignation as manager of
.' ;c:', each ton of cane per ,one cent of other for boys. Camp DeSoto at 'the Clewiston Baseball team in the Circle Streets and across street the Department of Agriculture.

-.':, ;? ;' the sugar price at a 3.25 level. Sulphur Springs. Both girls and Lake-Coast League and a meeting from the R. Y. Patterson home. Material on hand will be used for

boys from the county are attend- This was sold for the Rebecca Lutz I constructing other dams immediately -
This level last 3.50. the club held last nightto
: _" ** .. .. w.s. ing these schools. BQ estate and will also, it is under-
'I* ; aje.taught in the canals of the back 'glades
> The department stated also lhat'i2" name 'Ar-O ,>. Carlton as hip
radio, carpentry,. 'officework, etc. stood, be improved with a dwellingin I. in order to permit holding water rover
; ; ? in view of the small quantity of successor.Mr. '
and girls are taught stenography, : the'near future. certain areas in order to ;
'>,, raw sugar marketed on ,Louisiana Crochet states that he has
:, ,. it that beauty culture, dietetics, etc. These C. E. Miner has purchased lot prevent destruction of the soil by
:: exchanges was proposed enjoyed the connection with the
"" ': boys and girls are'paid $9.60 a 8 in block 139 on Royal Palm fire as well as to permit natural
; New York prices be used instead club as manager but added duties
: month above their'subsistence Avenue near the O. A. Jones home formation of muck soil to continue. f,
J. of New
Orleans for week
, prices any in his position with the United
g "> :::' in which the volume of sugar exchange while learning a trade. On county States Sugar Corporation now and construction will start soon on Stanley H. Wright, coordinatorof

'X : work In. which they may be engaged a new $5,000 home. -This lot was federal activities in South
in Louisiana less than
, : >. was makes it impossible for him to devote Florida
they work ten days a month and sold for Mrs. R. H. Saunders of
:< .:: 3,000 tons. the necessary time to the of West Palm Beach for the
1 are paid 18 cents hour for the
per Columbus, O.
State Board
the National
$."'. .,,, ". Two standards for cane for the seventy hours. work. Planning ,
''' Lot 19 in block 139, near the Resources Planning Board and the
two major areas east and west of All games were postponed last
Miss Huss explained that the home of Dr. B. A. Bourne has been Southeastern Florida Joint Re-

-' the Atchafalaya River have also NYA work is in no sense of the Sunday due to the semi-pro league purchased by Joseph and Lola sources Investigation, was presentat

.' been proposed there having been word relief work and should not play-offs in West Palm Beach. Lake Robbins from Mrs. Mildred Wheelerof the meeting and gave a detailed

" twelve in previous years. be regarded as such. Any young Wprth, Clewiston's scheduled opponent Chicago. They plan the im- report of the work being done by
for last Sunday there, is
person between the ages'of 18 and mediate construction of a $4,500 all agencies working on the soil

Local Unit Receives 25 years is eligible for participation. a participant in this series. Gamesare home. conservation 'program. His was a
: expected to resume Sunday
July 28 but the schedule has not Lots 37, 38 and 39 in block 161 most interesting and complete report -

: ',, 131 X-Ray Reports The supervisor explained that I I been announced. has been purchased by Hendry and it is hoped that a full "

\.<, there were not enough boys and County Motors. These lots, in the (text of this report may be secured '1:

girls in Clewiston who did not I same block and just north of their for publication at a later date. :

Reports came in this week to I have regular employment to set I Second Survey Started I I present business property are I n

the Hendry county health unit up any kind of an NYA project 1 restricted for apartment building. I U. S., S. C. Employees '

from the state board of health on here like the NYA sewing room On Canals By U.S.E.D.The Tentative plans are to erect duplexesfor J

131 X-ray pictures taken five weeks which recently in LaBelle
opened the use of company employees.The Take Saturday Off
ago at Clewiston which followed and which needs twenty workersor
U. S. Engineers have starteda following sales have also
county-wide tests made previously for a radio school such as
-'''' tuberculosis. survey party to work on the been made but names of the new
on have been opened at some placesfor Effective tomorrow and continuing -
main canals south of Lake Okee- owners were not ,disclosed. For
Of the 131 pictures made, 116 boys which would also require through the remainder of July
chobee for the of data Earl P. Hill of Los Angeles, lots
:. ',-c. ( came back negative, 4 'showed 'positive twenty students. However, she indicated compilation and August those employees of the
J '. 10 and 11 in block 196; for M.
for future use in making up reports -
: and 11 were blurred and that several NYA workers United States Sugar Corporationwho
;\y) ; i could not be classified as the re- could he placed as librarians, cleri- on water control work, it E. Vaslow of Chicago, lot 6 in have been taking Saturday
Loretta Muir of
block 106!) ; for K.
:-," '>; stilt of tho subject having moved cal helpers, etc. at once if they wcro was stated this week by A. R half-holidays will be given the full
Orlando lot 20 in block 201 anda
:;> .::", while the X-ray was being taken. desired and made application. 'Eroadfoot, acting engineer in charge day off.This .
of the OkeechobeeCaloosahatcheework ten acre tract in the Bear Beach
>,:;'::-:". .-, Three of the 116 which showed Members of the club asked many during the absence of Cara- area for George B. Furman of plan is being tried out to

:;,' .- ,: negative on T. B. were being ad- questions relative to the programand wan Nelson, senior engineer, whois Washington, D. C. see what its effect will be on the '

)_,_ vised to have a more thorough Miss Huss showed her complete work of the organization with the
now on
( ,, physical examination because of knowledge of the work in her replies possibility, it is understood, thatit i'
Hubert Land will have charge of Services At Pentacostal
: 'I other disclosures revealed in the to this questioning. The club may be continued if it proves
this second party which will be
pictures. had In mind securing the servicesof feasible.
I headquartered at Fort Lauderdalefor Church To Begin SundayA
:\': : Dr. C. W. NYA librarians
Pease and nurse, Miss for the 'proposed work on the North New River

.- ',:. E. V. McCloud are making arrangements community library and possibly a canal. Van Cothern and his party WPA To Re-Certify .;

: ;.1 : for advising and aiding the couple of boys to keep up the have been at work several weeks on series of revival services will

positive cases, three of which were grounds of the new community the Miami canal and are expected begin at the Pentacostal Church in Workers Here TuesdayA .}

found at Clewiston and one at La- center if and when it is secured. to complete that survey the middleof South Clewiston next Sunday eve- 1

Belle. One of the four showed au Miss Huss said that the librarians August.Mr. ning at 7:45 with Rev. Thomas -

j.' arrested case.Kiwanis would be available at any time and Broadfoot expects to make a Lawhon of Minneapolis, Minn., con- WPA social worker from

'. the boys if they could be taught trip to Miami and Fort Lauderdale ducting the services which are expected Sarasota will be in Clewiston Tues-

"- Club DanceAt something as they worked but that this week-end to outline work to continue for at least two day morning at 11 o'clock July 23,

the program did not permit boysto for the continuance of this survey. weeks with one or more services 'at the City Hall, for the purpose of

School Friday serve in simply a caretaker'sjob. daily. taking recertifications.

Welatka Is Dry-Docked Rev. Lawhon expects to, be join- The same worker will be at the

ed next week by special music lead- courthouse at Moore Haven at two
The dance held last Friday nightin HENDRY COUNTY STUDENTS ers who will conduct the song ser- o'clock and at the courthouse at

the auditorium of the high ENROLLED AT FLORIDA U. Without Leaving Lake vices. Everyone is cordially invited LaBelle at nine a. m. on the 23rd.
school and sponsored' by the Kiwanis ,
I' to attend the services and it

Club as a benefit for the I Seven Hendry county students Considered something of an accomplishment is hoped that all will do so. lIp.n.U'OnH:
underprivileged children's fund was have attended tho first summer
by the U. .S. Engineersand
quite a success despite II session of the University of Flori- the saving of several thousandsof ENGINEERS VISITCol The U. S. Engineers will begin
the fact
..3 that no great amount of da and It is likely some of this dollars in. lost time, was the work next week on repair of the
money was made due to a disappointingly group, and perhaps others, will rip-rapping the south side
en- dry-docking of the big Engineer Lewis H. Watkins, of Jack- along
to small crowd. roll for tho second summer term dredge Welatka last week at Cul- sonville, division engineer and Col. of the levee canal from the Moore

: Those attending expressed ,them- opening next Monday, July 22. vert 10-A north of Canal Point for J. J. Bain of Richmond, district Haven lock eastward. Considerable ;

"<; selves as enjoying the dance and At tho state university for the certain repair work. I engineer, U. S. Engineers, spent erosion has occured since this rip- _

1, the music by Tommy Keffer's initial session from about tho coun- The big dredge was out of service -I Saturday and Sunday on an inspec- rap was placed. '-

orchestra of West Palm Beach and ty were: Ruth C. Adams, Jimmie but four days and the work tion of the lake project and con-

indicated that the attendance would Leila Blount, Katheryn M. Harris, was satisfactorily completed last tinued Monday on their routine inspection Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Mills and

,; be much larger at the next one Hazel N. McLaughlin, Dorothy L. Saturday. Previously the dredgehas of other projects in the children returned Sunday from a

]; the held. It is hoped that a series of Morrison, Hugh H. Stewart and had to be taken to East Coast division. They spent Saturday, two week's vacation spent In, Fort j

dances may be held, Nancy L. Stewart,' ship-yards! for this work. night at the Inn. -- Myers. _,_ '_ .-?

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!4e I New York's 'Unwanted Babies'It I I UNIFORM IMPROVED INTERNATIONALSUNDAY Reduction of .

1 Starches Good

is a sad commentary upon our social system that there should be Lesson

such a thing as an "unwanted baby" But there is, and it is not By HAROLD L. LUNDQUIST. D. D. For ArthritisBy
R E ENNMS always the unwed mother who discards her babe. Occasionally it is the Dean* of The of Moody chicago Bible Institute

E M[ N AM legal father and mother who lays the helpless infant at some strange (Released by Western Newspaper Union.)
doorstep, presumably hoping that.it will fall into friendly hands. These DR. JAMES W. BARTON
D. C. pictures tell the poignant story of Lesson for July 21 (Released by Western Newspaper Union.)

ATTACK SOVIET IN SEPTEMBERIf New York's "doorstep babies," WHEN an. individual suffer-

Hitler succeeds in his boast re some of whom finally find moth Lesson subjects and Scripture texts selected months with pain in
of Great Britain %" and copyrighted by InternationalCouncil his knee and
garding'the conquest ': p;; erly arms to welcome them home. of Religious. ,Education; used by near-by muscles
next move on the Nazi timetable permission. becomes free of this pain after
is almost sure to be Russia. the removal of his
You can write it down as fairly cer- JOB'S REPENTANCE AND
tain that Hitler will invade the Soviet RESTORATIONLESSON tonsils or one or TODAY'S

around September 1. two teeth, it is

There is one big reason for this- TEXT-Job 42113., hard to persuadehim HEALTH (.
food. Europe is sure to be famin.e- GOLDEN TEXT-And the Lord turned the
captivity of Job. when he prayed for his that it was not COLUMN
stricken this winter. The Polish friends.,Jb 42:10.
the L.
infected teethor i
wheat crop is bad; so are the Bal
kan crops. The French will not be The problem of suffering, like tonsils that was causing the
able to reap much of a harvest. Den every other question arising in pain. Then when he sees the dis-

mark is already killing its cattle man's inquiring heart, finds its true appearance of'joint and muscle

for lack of grain. Norway never solution in a right view of God. Job pains in others by removal, of
was entirely self-supporting. raca found 'it to' be so. As long as he
However, just across the Carpathians ,aE .+luo 'ywy 9C's 4 and his friends concentrated their infected teeth or' tonsils, he is

, lies of the richest granaries 'fully persuaded that infection is
one attention on his and his
( Confessional A prospective unwed mother being interviewed bya
: 'in the world-the Ukraine: Its wheat troubles, ''they only became more'deeply the cause of all painful joints
; trained and worker the Misericordia
sympathetic at hospital
this not the best agency
although ,
crop year, involved in confusion and and muscles.
F; will be sufficient to keep down a lot in New York. She will receive expert prenatal care and delivery. doubt. Much of their discussion was However infection is not the

of anti-Nazi unrest in a hungry Eu- without on a high moral and philosophicalplane cause of all cases of joint' and
(Right) tragic story da S nerve
, Hitler needs it but
rope. not only and they were all doubtless and
muscle pain. From
?' long announced in that infalli- words. Last year this scene was reenacted ..T'yr rapidly accumulating -
ago earnest ahd capable men, but in the evidence it
::. ble document, Mein Kampf, that he no less than 70 times at ', end Job learned, and they learned that neuritis 'inflammation now appears of

i,. 'will take it.Obviously. this hospital. (In oval) And /tere's : through him, that the real difficultywas nerves supplying muscles and ad-

f" Stalin knows this. That the little fellow, bright-eyed and that they did not' know God. joining tissues-is due in many

f. is why he has sent tremendous reinforcements friendly as a pup. Aterregistra s, : Then God Himself appeared and cases to lack of a certain vitamin-

r into the Baltic states tion a search is made, for his brought before Job a panorama of the vitamin BI-in the food. It is because -
: of Estonia, Latvia'and Lithuania. glorious works'of God and His bless- the nervous system is
{.,: That also is why he has edged his parents.
: ings upon mankind (chaps. 38-41) ."starved" by not getting its oxygen
pk, o 'borders across Bessarabia up to the Where was Job when the world was that neuritis arises. .

/", Carpathian mountains. created (33:4): Who holds the What causes this starvation? Dr.
':: *' world together (38:6) What is the W. J. McCormick, Toronto, in Medi-
r; RIBBENTROP WARNING origin.of light (38:19))? What about cal Record, pointsout
) Key to Hitler's Russian policy was NR: V the glory of the snowflake (38:22)? that lack of vita-
f.\ .' contained in a cable received herein Job is told to consider the hand of ./ ; '> min Bl prevents the
diplomatic code which told of the God in the animal kingdom (chap. d.a. 4' oxygen of the bloody
great numbers of Red troops crowd- 39) and upon those that dwell in the r' frompassingthroughthe

' ing into Lithuania, and how the Lith- sea (chap. 41). It dawned upon.Job fat-like cover
uanian minister in Berlin reportedthis that he had been arguing against the ,4 ings of the muscles

to Foreign Minister von Rib: : providences of the all-knowing and v to reach the underlying -
bentrop. He said, among other all-powerful One-the eternal God.I. / "3' nerves. It is
things, that Red troops from as far Renewed Fellowship (vv. 1-6). because these
' : away as Siberia had entered Lithu- Job came to the realization that nerves are deprived

ania, and asked,Ribbentrop's adviceas he had not really known God Him- > of the necessary'a
to what his government should do. self_until now. His religious experiences y amount of oxygenDr.

"Don't do anything," Ribbentrop and convictions hitherto, pre- Barton. that a change takes
'a: advised, according to'the cabled re. ciousand important as they were, place in their struc-
}? port. "After we finish with Great k had been by "the hearing of the ture, and neuritis-pain in musclesand
Britain we'll take care of them." ear," but now' he had met God jointsarises.Fewer .
and all was changed. Fellowshipwith
Starches, More 'Fruits.
:::" RADIO SPIES the 'Lord was renewed, but''' on'
;; Five hundred men are being add- an infinitely higher plane. Job hada It is for this reason that many
real revival in his life, which physicians are now- having their
;J.-Cornmunications caused him to "'abhor"everything patients with rheumatism, arthritis
that he had said and done and neuritis follow a diet which cuts
of wartime counter-espionage: of a ;; yes, even
to set himself aside and to take God down on starches and increases the
before in
type never our entire
to be all and in all. fruits, vegetables and dairy prod-
history.For this Our churches are full of people ucts in the diet
war presents a problem
:',-' that was not known in World War I. who only know God by hearsay. The foods recommended because
have heard about Jesus Christ they are rich in vitamin B1 are
a ;: Widespread use of.radio makes,pos' They
liver, milk, eggs, beans and whole
sible the transmission of spy messages since their childhood, but they have
'R' interference never met Him. They have read of grain products. The use of brew-
with U. S.
or gov- er's yeast in its regular form or in
ernment the Holy Spirit, but they have never
messages by spies.
tablets is sometimes effective in relieving -
need God-
known His We
To power. a
prevent this, the FCC intendsto
this in itself
police the ether waves. Us- sent revival, one like those of the pain, because
broken out like supplies the necessary amount of
past which "have
ing an allotment of $1,600,000 from
F. : fire consuming dead and out- vitamin B1.
r the defense appropriation, they will '
expand the field force sufficiently to : worn systems, burning sin like a It might well be said, of course,
monitor radio messages 24 hours a iN.'J .t roaring flame, and casting a new that infectionundiscoveredmaybe
day in all parts of the country. light across men's pathways" (E. L. the cause of the pain, as infec-

: If it is suspected that an unli- Douglass). tion uses up oxygen needed by the

censed operator is sending messages II. Restored Usefulness (vv. 7- body processes.
' e
'j : ', from a certain section, the monitors br"f lOa).
',' ,, move in with mobile equipment and God's rebuke of Job's friends is Cancer Is CurableIf
start their detection. hi. >;l; x; ';?i } significant, for it. centers, not in

':;i_ Through the triangulation method, (
they pick up the beam of the pirate 0+ (Above) When the baby IS Job, but, their failure properly to
.I radio, and track it to the house of t f represent God. It is a'tremendousi i
origin., If it is a large building- 1:: :<; born it is cared for in a specialnursery. ly' serious matter to attempt to tell I LAST year a band of determined

office building or apartment house- < ; The mother, in an adt others about God, for in doing so -The Women's Field

'. they prowl around with a detection ; t. : joining ward, sees her child at, we must not in any way misrepresent Army-organized a campaign to tella ra
' apparatus strapped to the waist, :. r-' '' 1 intervals. (Circle) When strong Him. To stand before men as ( ) that cancer is a fatal ailment

which, like a witch's crooked stick, ,} : enough to get about, mothers religious teachers and leaders and I untreated, and (b) that "cancer is
gives the signal when the vital spotis have frequent sessions with their not to know Him so well that we rep- ; curable" if treated in time.

reached. "? ': Meantime, the FCC requires that judgment and condemnation.Job I that many cases of women

" persons licensed for radio transmis- on the other hand, was restored have been reported who discovered
? sion give proof of American citizen- to a place of honor and use- they had cancer after receiving the

ship. Also it forbids amateurs to fulness. His friends, who thought army's message, or, quite as important ,
v broadcast outside the U. S., and they knew so much more than he who in finding they did not

".' warns all operators to stop useless about God, are told to ask' Job have cancer were freed from
''t-, chatter by wireless. to pray for them. He thus was afforded months and possibly years of worry.

)n.;", Note-There are 55,000 licensed the opportunity of returning That the determined effort of this
; radio amateurs in the" United States. good for'evil and was again enabledto army of women to save lives madea
r: ,* serve God in serving his fellow deep impression on thinking men

,.' LOVES HOT AIR men. Salvation is by faith (Eph. and women is proved by the enact-

/ Summer heat has come to Washington 2:8, 9) ; but being saved, we are ,restored ment''of the National Cancer Insti-
S. but'the President's only air-, to the place of usefulness' to tute Bill of Congress, the foundingof

; conditioning method is to take off / God. the Chicago Tumor ,institute and
f" his coat and hang it over, the back III. Returned Prosperity (w. IQb- the establishment of the Child's

" ; of a chair.The Prospective adoptive parents watch, unseen, the children at play 13). foundation at Yale.
executive,offices of the White through an observation window. This practice is ,usually followed The abundant blessing of God 'Fight Cancer With Knowledge
House Job is described in oriental
are air-conditioned, but the several times before prospective parents reach a decision. upon The slogan of the army, which is -
herds of cattle and
of ,
President will have none of it in his terms money the slogan of the American Societyfor
, office. He keeps the vents turned of a large family. These are the the Control of Cancer, with head-
off and opens the French doors looking o tangible evidences of God's bless- quarters at 1250 Sixth avenue, New-
' out on the rose gardens and the ing, and even to us today they speakof
.. York city, is "Fight With .
and loving God. ,God
south grounds. This, and the coat a Knowledge." Seventy thousand,livea
' removal, are enough for him can and does prosper His own obedi-, might be saved each year if every
In the White House ent children even in material things. ,
,:; proper, sepa- man, woman and child knew the
rate Such outward mercies, however,
air-cooling units have been es- following "painless" signs of early'
tablished in the various rooms. (This only feebly represent the blessingsof and when
cancer they appeared,,
the ultimate and eternal
was preferred to the soul,
air-conditioning, so visited
promptly a competent physi
to avoid of the spirit. They point us,
as tearing out walls to in- joys cian. These signals may not mean,
troduce new vents.) But the Presi- it is true, to the assurance thatas cancer but suggest an immediate.
dent at first declined to have even a we yield ourselves in unconditional examination.
obedience to 'God's will, we may
cooling unit in his
rooms. G 1. Any persistent lump or thickening
Him dark I
trust with the
Finally he 'was
persuaded to ac especially in the breast.
cept it, with the understanding thatit days of sorrow and affliction, as well 2. Any irregular bleeding or dis-.
would not be turned on when he as the days of sunshine and pros charge from any body'openings..
'No matter how tangled may
there. perity.
was that does heal-.
3. Any sore not
e ay' this side of the
the on
The same is true of the Presidential seem particularly about the tongue,.
loom we know that the heavenly
yacht, Potomac. Air-condi ,
tioning equipment has just been in- And for many "unwanted babies" a scene like this is the beginning Father behind the scenes is weav- mouth 4. Persistent or lips. indigestion, often accompanied -
stalled throughout the boat, but the of a new life This little fellow is homeward Abound with his neu. ing'the pattern of beauty which shall by 'loss of weight. -

President insists that it be turned "mother and father." Some day they' may tell 'him the whole story. f fI one day be in revealed Christ. :as we stand I 5. Sudden changes in the form or
off in his complete
room. rate of growth of a mole or wart.Washington .


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Words ,of the Wise AROUND Items of Interest

4.fw Household News.r '

THE will with that some yields reluctancedoes the first the HOUSE! r to the Housewife

so the second time with J :J ___ __ .._' .. :__'n_ .

less hesitation, and the third1 .
time with none at all, until Tumblers that have been used] To keep bread in the best condi-

presently the habit is adopted. with milk should always be. tion store in a clean, well-aired,
-Henry Giles. washed in cold water before they covered, ventilated container and ,
are washed in hot. When this is keep in a cool place.
What at a distance charmed our done the milk will not stick to the .

eyes dics.-J., upon Cunningham.attainment droops and glass and they will- not have a A slice of lemon in the water in .

:T : is cloudy, appearance. which clothes are boiled will. make
Authority a disease and them whiter. '
cure, which men can neither
Wash the leaves of a rubber
V? want nor well endure. S. But-
ler. plant with warm water and castile Scorched Linen-The marks can .
: soapsuds. When dry, rub each be taken' out by rubbing with a
As a rule men freely believe leaf with a cloth? wet in olive oil. cut onion and then soaking in cold
what they wish.Caesar.It water. This takes out both the

is the instinct of understanding Pomanders, oranges stuck with smell and the marks.

to contradict reason.-Jacobi. cloves, will scent dresser drawers .

and clothes closets. Try adding a few raisins to the

dumplings you serve with stews.

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Speeding Light

Scientists are worried. They

have checked the speed of light,

HY which they ,thought was constant,
I and find that it varies. We learnedat

school that light travels at 186-

N ,., ,. ,.. 000 miles a second. But in 1926

I c : k : of the tea towel motifs could, be Professor A. A. Michelson, the re-
nowned physicist, 'clocked it at
) made up into a panholder to makea
186,284 miles'a second. The
experts -
/ .>h". complete kitchen set. Send or-
'J; '. M. Y: der to: of the U. S. geodetic survey
..; have checked and rechecked this

': in sunshine, rain, and fog, in sum-
Q;:-<: ENTERTAINING WHEN THE WEATHER'S WARM AUNT MARTHA mer and winter, and they'say that

'i.: ,;}, :,--' (See Recipes Below) Box 166-W Kansas City, Mo. fog and damp can slow light up
'C,." .... Enclose 15 cents for each pattern as much as 12 miles a second,
". I desired. Pattern No.............
: ; If the mercury seems likely to cloth. Remove 'half the meat from which makes a big difference

',>.,::' pop right through the top of the the! bone, and cut in 1-inch cubes. I Name .........!..................... when calculating the exact dis-

.'...'','. thermometer, and guests are com- Brown the meat on all sides, add Address ............................. tance from here to the most dis-
ing for dinner,. you can still keep bones, remaining meat and water. tant stars.
cool! Add remaining ingredients and

Plan your menu to permit as much bring to a boil. Skim, then simmerfor

preparation as possible in the, cooler 3 to 4 hours, with the lid of the Strange .F acts
' hours of themorning. J kettle tilted slightly. Strain through

.Remember ,' I'::. sieve lined with cheese cloth, and RADISHES, carrots and onions Off-Color Whites
when you "'- cool quickly, uncovered. Chill until the whole vegetable (QOl AID .
_ plan the meal, fat! is solid, then remove fat. To garden has been worked up into Adopt a ,
- !that quality rath- '. '- clarify the soup, allow 1 egg 'white delectable tea towel motifs. Bright o Low Oil Production 0 FREE clacus! ,

:r than quantity -i h and crushed shell mixed with 2 tablespoons cross stitch borders frame these 3 cuT ouTs
will please your r". :::./ of cold water, for each seven corner designs, and a clever <:L,At least 40 per cent of the Cau- 61EreryPackageHealth

guests, and thata quart of stock. Add to cold stock idea is illustrated suggesting the casian race, which is generally

beautiful, cool, crisp salad will and bring to a boil, stirring con use of vegetable motifs on an supposed to comprise the, white
be more appetite-tempting, by far, stantly. Remove from heat, add % apron. branches of the human species, is and Sense

than all the complicated hot dishes cup cold water, and let settle until From hot iron transfer Z9194, composed of people) such as the Good health and good sense are

you can name! cold Carefully strain through 4 15 cents, you receive the tea towel Hindus and Arabs, whose skinis two of life's greatest blessings.
dark brown, and others such as
It's wise, of course, to include one thicknesses of. cheese cloth wrung motifs and the apron designs. Any
the Ethiopians whose color is
out of cold
hot food in your menu, even thoughthe very water.
nearly black. QUALITY AT A PRICE '
weather's torrid. There's some- Just before add I
,. serving, vegeta. The Outstanding BladaVaiu. o' '
thing about the contrast of hot foods bles as follows: r C.: As the London zoo is low in KENT TsinKleerlOdaubleedeeBUdes Finest Swedish Chrome Steel i0c :

arid cold that makes a meal more & cup tomato (cut very fine) funds, several hundred people CUPPLES COMPANY, ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI ..,
pleasant to the taste (and to the & cup carrot (diced fine) & have come to its rescue by adopt-

. .digestion', as well). ;[h cup new cabbage; (cutvery fine) I.. ing an animal.'- They' pay for its By Way of Disagreement
,. A cup of clear, hot soup, which & cup celery (cut very fine) food and, in return, have their
;:,::: ':,! might be prepared,, the day before 2% cups water muesUp 'generosity acknowledged on a sign Agreement exists in ,disagree- :

; ,';. and reheated just before serving, % teaspoon salt attached to the. animal's cage. ment.-Lucan.

: a hot main dish that's not too hearty 3 tablespoons parsley (minced) Three lions, two giraffes, a gorilla

,- or just a hot beverage, if you prefer Cook tomato, carrot, cabbage and and Off It and a skunk are still awaiting

it, will do the trick. celery in boiling, salted water, just "Hey, boy" what are you doing up my adoption. MINOR SKIN IRRITATIONS
You'll find menus and tested recipes until the tender. pear tree "OOLN1 :
vegetables are "Well, sir, there's a notice below C.: Although there are oil wells in J
.r for all kinds of summer enter- Strain, and add to hot soup just which "
says 'Keep off the grass. this country capable of producingup WHITE PETROLEUM JELLY
.:;' ,'. taining in my cook book, "Easy En- before serving. Garnish with minced to as much as 185,000 barrels a I,
" tertaining. There are menus (and ,
parsley. A matrimonial bureau is a bureau day the daily productionper
f't: "": .: recipes) for teas, for buffet suppers, Waffleized Strawberry Shortcake, with a lot of drawers jammedfull well is less than 10 barrels.In Enough Is Wealth ':::1
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;; children's and for wedding
parties, a -
;,: :' reception too.OrangeGrapePear. 2 cups pastry flour of a woman's clothes, and one Pennsylvania, it is less than He is rich enough who does not Y;4
2 man's necktie. half a barrel.-Collier's. want. :
teaspoons baking powder
:.r..:"' .; Salad in Ice- I ..)I
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Lined Bowl.
Salad "
,too I ', ,. 1 teaspoon One of Them
r':,,,,:':.,'" :; (Serves 8) 3 eggs-separated sugar Anna-I'm so glad you like it, Get this FREBiDIIFor

Oranges, pears, grapes sum- 1 dear. Mother says chicken salad
{ ::' mer's juiciest fruits-in an ice- % cups milk strawberry tarts are the only over 70 years grateful people all over the South have trusted =
" 3 tablespoons melted butter Wintersmith's Tonic forthe relief of Malaria. To convince a
chilled salad bowl! What a decorative things I make correctly. '
:" answer to every cook's prayer Mix and sift all dry ingredients.Beat Alford-Which is this, darling? YOU,we are offering this complete,761-page Holy Bible,FREE. ,

' ',' ,.: for something tempting to serve on egg yolks and add to them the Just mail'the top from one large carton (or the tops from two a

,':;;-,::., -, hot weather menus. For a buffet milk and melted A permanent income is better small cartons) to Wintersmith Chemical Co.,Inc.,Louisville, Ky.
:"t'::!. : : party, serve.it in a double bowl with butter. Stir liquid than a permanent wave. But, says

. :. Ice to keep the salad chilled to just mixture into dry the glamour girl, the one may
',* 'o the right degree. ingredients. Fold help you to get the other. I

:,,::': !:: With a sharp knife, peel 8 oranges, r c\ in stiffly beaten [

,::". removing skin and inner membrane 1 egg white. Bakein Only Means :;we

/-Jf. ;', ; ..... down to juicy hot waffle iron, Jean-I hear you have marrieda
.. leaving iron closed until steam
, :... r no
>: meat. Cut in thin man of means.
1\ longer between the two
! : .. even slices. (California escapes Joan-Well, if there was ever a '_
:; '. I halves. do this that All Is Good only does good things, but all that :- :
who to
.' ... ... 7 oranges man means '.
... .. : :, are firm-meated Jellied Ham Salad. and -the other-but never does- Beyond all doing of good, is the I he does is good.-George Mac- .'

:: and practically (Serves 6) he's the man. being good; for he that is good not Donald. .,s

:,',:;;" ,' seedless, which 2 cups cooked ham (finely ground) ..\.

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pecially suited to 1 'tablespoon sweet pickle (cut fine) ,
slicing.) Peel and core 4 pears. Cut 2 whole cloves NOTHING LIKE A
, In slices. Halve and seed 2 cups of
1 bay leaf
grapes. Combine fruits and put in 2 cups water '..:,. SLOW-BURNING CAMEL THAT EXTRA SMOKING IN ;
salad bowl, which has been lined T00I
with romaine and watercress. These 1 tablespoon granulated unflavored '' ", FOR EXTRAMILDNESS CAMELS IS NICE ECONOMY ,
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gelatin ,
. two salad greens incidentally givean A' AND EXTRA FlAVOR ;
2 tablespoons'cold water k
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!f. .}:-i: and dark green that is refreshing 1 cup cooked ham (cut in small
" and that may well be used in any strips)

. salad. Combine ground ham, mayonnaiseand .
. : Serve with sweet french dressing. pickle and blend thoroughly. \
{. Sweet French Dres ng. Chill. Add cloves and bay leaf to '
:,: % lemon juice water and boil for about 5 minutes. EXTRA
Then strain. Add gelatin which has MILDNESS
',. '
; % salad oil
-- cup been soaked in cold water and stir P
% red jelly or honey
,; cup bl EXTRA
until Chill until mixture :
1 teaspoon salt : COOLNESS
1 teaspoon paprika begins to thicken; then add ham
mixture. Pour in individual salad
.. Shake well before serving. The molds and chill 2 or 3 hours, or until EXTRA FLAVOR
: /lemon juice gives a flavor to dressings set. Unmold on crisp lettuce or

!' that is especially good with watercress, top with mayonnaiseand III reccnt lab. :
'I' fruit salads. (Makes 1% cups.) strips of cooked ham and serve CAMELS b oratory 2 % tests, ,
than slower
Sparkling: Vegetable Soup. very cold. of eavcrag a ; tbe150ther
(Serves 8)) the tar
j Cheese Cornucopias-Salad : Best-selling
, tested_ brands
4 pounds beef shin Accompaniment.Cheese Slower tball
tbCI11. a1/
: .' 2% quarts water That means y ,
cornucopias are an unusual "EXTRAS" WITH SLOWERBURNINGMahe,a the av-
: 1 GET smokingplur
/ tablespoon salt '
, : 1, .
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t :" 2 bay leaves pie and roll out. Make tiny cornu- 5 .
-1 10
pepper corns copias (about 3 inches long) from <
" 3 whole cloves any stiff paper. Wrap pastry around CAMELS EXTRA
Va sliced carrot SMOKES ,
cup :
cornucopia and bake 12 minutes in
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cup PACK
a hot oven (450 degrees). Remove ,
! % cup celery and { .
paper and when cool, fill cornu-
celery leaves copias with highly flavored cream THE CIGARETTE OF COSTLIER TOBACCOSr '--.0' l'''n f1

Have bones cracked at the mar- cheese. Serve with any s lad. ;,.......
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The Clewiston News a few things about it. And my almost as quickly tried and con- come"' I played hookey last week shoulders, and begins pawin'

impression is that the new office demned to death. Too much praise and joined him on a trip to the through an assortment of bottleson

is a building that will compare cannot be paid the sheriffs another Lake Okeechobee section. the back shelf. Finally he

Published every Friday In Clewiston.Florida favorably with any office building enforcement officials for their At Sebring we met Nate Broking, found one marked "Scotch", dustedIt
by the CLEWISTON NEWS, In the state. It may be, however, diligence in these and other cases. publisher of the Highlands County off and, opening it, set the darn .;

Inc. that the sugar corporation will But all states are not blessed News. Nate is the kind of a guy thing on the bar, at the same time
have to add a couple of guides next with sheriffs and police officers of that goes around with an outboard layln1 out some plain whiskey
KEATHLEY DOWDEJV, Editor'Februaryal season to steer folks through the the type' that Florida has. A few motor In one hand and a mess of glasses.

new building. years ago I went up to a neighboring fishin' tackle In the other. He not "How about the soda?" I asks
second class mail matter Most fascinating thing to me was state In the interest of an innocent only knows all the fish In south
1927. at the Poet Office In the laying of the oak flooring in person who had been wrongfully Florida by their first names but (Continued on page 8)
Florida, under the Act of
March Clewiston 3. 1887.SulusulptiOD. one of the upstairs rooms. Over accused of making off with has their address and telephone TilE CLEWISTON COMMUNITY:
the concrete the workmen spread the jewels of a generous citizen number as well.
a paste which looks just like asphalt who had given him a night's free In spite of the fact that he was
Rote '::.00 Per
and may be. This dries for twelve lodging. all stove up from a recent auto- KENT PENDLETON Minister

AdrertUlnr Rates On AppUc tlon. hours or such a matter and is While waiting for Court to openI mobile accident and was three days The Bible School meets, at 9:45a.

ready for the floor. The oak ,went to a barber shop to get behind in his work:, he quit every- m. B. C. Flaniken is superintendent. -
Devoted to the advancement and welfare blocks look to be about three inches scraped and trimmed, A loud, un- thing and personally escorted us .

of Clewiston and Hendry County. wide and about eight inches long couth looking fellow was regalingthe to one of his pet fishing' holes. It The worship hour will be from

and the floor is laid simply by gaping yokels with his com- was a swell trip and you know I 11:00 to 12:00 a. m.
pounding these blocks into this ments on a prisoner who was charged enjoy "just bein' out" even if The choir
director Is J. E.
than an Beards-
Der Feurher spent more black tarry substance using narya with an offense that the news- you don't f; get any fish.A .
and the
and ley pianist will be Mrs. M.
hour today telling" his people nail. It looks like all of themfit I papers never call by, Its real name.
other countries that i "Scotch and Soda" 'usually goes M. Prewitt in the absence of Mrs.J. 1
the people of
just right and when they get He castigated and criticised the
pretty well after H.
a trip like that, Doty.
"I hate war. through running a' few this way criminal in the' most censorious and
so we stopped at a roadside placein The sermon theme will be: "Who
and a few that way the floor has abusive language that his limited
vice- Hardee county to see what couldbe Builded The Church?"
With Henry Wallace as that beautiful checkerboard effect. learning would permit. Then he
done about it.Steppin' The C. E. Society will meet Monday
plowingup -
president maybe he'll try Maybe the architect could give me began to belittle and berate the
of U. S. Sena- up to the counter, I con- at 7:30 p. m. Lee Pridgen is
every row the name for it. I I civic pride of the citizens for not
fidently placed our order.: "You the president and Edith Graham
tors. All the floors in the building, being enterprising enough to forma
want a WHAT and WHICH?" the will be the program leader.
I am told, will be thusly constructed mob and lynch the defendant. He
along the highway man says, lookin' at me like I wasa The Society is invited to meet
Flower plantings save for a section through the went on to point out how easy and
few weeks curio or somethin'. "Scotch andSoda" with the Canal Point Society on
during the past central lobby downstairs from the safe such an undertaking would be.
I repeats, rather timidly July 30th at 7:30
community m.
will do much to make our p.
front door straight through to the He gave it as his opinion that an this time. .
remembered by tourists passing back door and toward the garage aroused and ,enlightened public 9
I Well, the
guy grunts, shrugs his
through next winter. building in the rear which will be sentiment would endorse such an

tiled. The circular stairway will enterprise. He spoke most harshlyof
The local man who made a bet I also be tiled and of course the rest the failure of the citizens to

the first of the week that the rooms and equipment rooms will form a lynching bee and rope the gin Good
Republicans would carry Florida have tiled floors., defendant to some tall tree. There a happ h. man.... FarmLand

must have had some inside dope on In one room the acoustical tile was both disgust and reproach, as

who the Democrats would nominatefor had already been put up on the well as something of sorrow in his

vice-president. ceiling but I saw none of it being voice as he spoke. He was doingall

placed. That room worried me a this talking on the very day
Despite the fact that the sugar little bit because one of tiles' hada that the defendant's trial was to

season was seriously curtailed by corner brOken off but don't sup begin. for Rent

the January freeze postal receiptsfor pose I need to lose any sleep over When this tough-talking fellow

the Clewiston office still showan it for that will no doubt be corrected left I asked the' barber who he

increase for the fiscal year end- before it is opened for public was, and with obvious pride he
June 30. Proof of the steady,
ed inspection.It'll riI
replied, "Why, that's our high
healthy growth of the community. be ready for use by the sheriff." .f

middle of next month and if the
Rumors are that further delaysare office force gets to feeling ritzy
in line for the surfacing of for a few weeks I can't say that ':N:N N:N:N:NS.:N:N N N:N: N:N N N N:N:N M:N N:N:N:. TrespassersWill

Road 26 which may make it a I'll blame them.

:year yet before it is opened for Be
travel. The cities of Fort Lauder- Too Late To ClassifyBy

dale and Miami are working hardto .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:. ProsecutedClewiston

get speedier action. Couldn'twe RUSSELL KAY

in the Lake region also help? .aNCS
FULLER'SFULMINATIONS -. . . . &..& & - -.
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"Temptation" is ,a terrible thing \
By FULLEN WARREN -especially when it is red headed f [ORQ Q
and comes prancin' into your officeon
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":":'-:":":": :-: : : : : .c.: : : : : : : : : : : : a hot summer day and startstalkin'
about cool shady pools, refreshing 'fKSYS

By CARR SETTLE Next to the' problem of national lake freezes, and fish that
defense and unemployment, law en- bite at the drop of a bait. Clewiston Federal DevelopmentCorporation
forcement is the most important "Red" Edgerton
-:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: ..:. problem that confronts this I I impetuous salesman -
coun- for
the Western Newspaper Savings and LoanAssociation
try. Not only the present securityof Union, can disrupt any business
It would probably be the better the people, but also the perpetuation organization by simply putting in J
of wisdom to discontinue the
part and continuation of. our form an appearance and that's "how
Rambling column for a couple of of government depends on diligent

weeks while Mrs. Bowden is vacationing enforcement of the laws. .;.;.;.;..;..;..;..;..:..:..:..:.:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:NNNN:N:M:N:N:N NCI.:N:N:N:N:N N:N N:.1 N N:M:N:N:N N N:.1..:N,.N:NMM. ...:NNN. .MM. .MN. ...:..:..:..:N...:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.)
in the North Carolina moun- The failure to enforce, or rather ,*.;..;..;..;..;..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-::.) -
tains for I cannot hope to do justiceto the impossibility of enforcing the
the Interesting and human column AY
prohibition law caused a wave of yyY
which she gives you each week. But lawlessness in this nation that :=: : YY vyY

:filling up a newspaper during the actually threatened the very founda- : Vy
summer months sometimes becomes tion of our government.The :;:::: :::::
.. ENJOY AN .. .
quite a task. So with apologies to failure in Germany to strictly Ay.s. ; ... "Vy: ;

Mrs. Bowden and to you, its read- and diligently enforce the law :::: ::::
; ;/:. ;
ers, here goes my effort at pinch- back in 1923 when Hitler stagedhis '"

hitting. abortive putsch in Munich, :M: t: :. ALL ELECTRIC y: +
ultimately plunged the world intoa >
Filling up the paper reminds, me welter of bloodshed and '
carnage : : ;
of a small, four-page weekly which that may destroy civilization. Had Ii j\- HOME ;i
: "
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appeared a few months ago (Ididn't Hitler been beheaded for leadingan .:..;. :- """;:::." :." \.;; "." ':' ,,:..":,,.::" ':f"..r ':" ;4
see-just heard about it) armed uprisingagainst the gov- ':" ..yl', \ *.,,-:, ",'-",\. : p .C' .i'Oj"
-' \
with the fourth page completely ernment, instead of being imprisoned :;:::;: st> ;: '::. > ''',j ,- AR" : ':;,: ::, :;::;:

blank -except for a little note in for a short term, the lives of +::: /' :::::j
the center of the page, "Don't millions of innocent people who XA +

filling laugh! up We the had other a heck three of pages.time" his have mob been of murdered brutal butchers by him would and .*:*': Electricity is the modern servant; a servant that ,:.;:_:i:;

And there's that other paper which have been spared. :;:":_:: takes care of both the work and the pleasures of the :;::::::

recently came out with the fifth During his many years as a home and that will do efficiently :!:
column of each page blank say- revolutionary in Russia, Stalin engaged *.... one everything quickly, :i:''

ing-this"We'll country"tolerate. So no far fifth we columnsin haven't I against in the many government.intrigues and plots For I :A;::i: I and economlca II y. :Yh.r. ;::::::

had to resort to such I .. "...
measures several ,
to fill up the paper but we're mak- to such short offenses terms he in was--prison.-' -sentenced ---- .ss e.. One penny will toast 26 crunchy slices of toast, or ::::+

news ing. no gets promises scarce.for the future if Had by lining the law him been vigorously against enforced i i give your eyes two hours of safe reading light or operate : i
up a wall
with a black rag over his eyes and :;::;: your radio for most of a day-and-ELECTRICITY is :;::;:

Coming into Clewiston last week shooting him to death, the livesof that the of it that :::;:
from the west I could see straight nearly 5,000,000 people that he ;.*;.:,*.: one thing gets cheaper more you use. .:;....
ahead of me what -appeared to bea A '
deliberatedly starved to death in the Y

iston fire but right where in the there middle is fire of Clew-there saved Ukraine in 1933 would have been :::!: That is why it is s"o easy to have and enjoy a home =:::::
; and the lives
has to be smoke-and there was thousands of others that of countless he has .;..;. that is all electric and modern. :s:+

no smoke. It finally occured to xx +xy
caused to be shot or poisoned would +
me that It was the roof of the new have been spared. A v..

office building and as the morning Certainly the failure to j I : A yf
properly c

.",' sun illusion was of reflected dancing from flames it gave In this the enforce brutal fiends the law has as caused to these the world two 1 I'| ::::: ELECTRICITY IS YOUR CHEAPEST SERV- :i::

,., country of flat open spaces even more suffering and sorrow than it .A YY
the cities don't give too A YY.
of ever felt
before.It .s. : '"
\ .. :
" roof, the at water a distance tower and but this the laws of is Florida my observation are usually that enforced the ..ti: ANT-USE IT EXTRA V AGANTL Y. :*::i:

. sugar house are visible for quite with A VY
;' diligence. Of
; a distance course, :A YY
and will let travelers some purely .
:" know prohibitory laws in YY
that they are nearing the some A YY
: Sugar City of Florida. I enforced parts as faithfully of the State as are might not .:;::;: :;:=;:

Later in the day I visited be. they YY
the But I
: certainly
', most laws pro- A YY
new building for the '
c turie. tecting persons and property are ,t... :"t
Activity heretofore AA YY
has made me enforced with commendable :
i:. keep my distance for I had dili
no det' gence.

sire to be crowned with a roofing The two most shocking crimes : Glades Power and Co. j jr

tile(one or never a piece knows of structural but what steel even that my time have occurred in Florida in :: light

were the murder of the .
a stranger may find_ out that you're young girl in Palm Beach .,,f..s.: .- .'.:..'.:.
county .
a newspaperman). But ....
: mot of the last year, and the kidnapping of s
work Is on finishing and the the x

young boy In Dade county la .U .
reached a point 1938. :
where In :.
even the uninitiated can figure out er was both quickly Instances the murder- .:.'..:................................"..........................................."..."................................................ ..."...................................................."................................."..."......."-.r.............. ...........................'.....:..................:. .{fJ.
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FRIDAY, JULY 10, ___:

Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Carlton and A. B. Wjiegert: who has been NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR NOTICE.OF APPLICATION FOR
Beverly and Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie employed in the engineering depart- (Senate Bill No. :103)

ment of the U. S., Sugar Corporation (Senate JIm No. 163)
Wilson visited Saturday in Braden-
t Personals ] has moved to Washington T). NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, ThatE.
ton and Venice.Mr. 'Clyde Crawford, holder of Tax Certificate B. Hull holder of Tax CertificateNo.
to make his home.
C. I No. 34, issued the 6 day of 214, issued the 4th day of September -
June A. D. 1938,' has filed same in A. D. 1933! has filed' same In my

and Mrs. Chas. .Moran of Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Ezelle have my cfhce and has made applicationfor office and has, made application fora
a tax deed to be issued thereon. tax deed to be issued thereon. Said
Dan Beardsley returned Thursday Pahokee visited their daughter, Mrs. returned from a ten day vacation Said certificate embraces the follow- certificate embraces the following described -
ing described property In the County property in' the County of
.. night from a visit in Alabama. Jimmie Wilson and Mr. Wilson on trip to St. Augustine, Jacksonville of Hendry State of Florida, to-wit: Hendry State of Florida to-wit:
and Graceville. Mrs. Gertrude 3 and All Section 1C, Township 47 S
Thursday of last week. E% Gov. Lot Lols..1 and 5,
Mossbarger of Miami was Hobbs of Lumpskin, Ga., returned Sec. 21, Twp. 43, S Here. 28 E. Ringe 31 E.
H. I.
; with them and will visit here fora The assessment of the said property The assessment of the said property .
{} a business visitor here Wednesday. under the said certificate issued ,was under the said certificate issued
:: ."::, Charles Benson left Friday after few weeks.M. In'the name of Unknown. was in the name of "W. A. Cartier. -

I : noon to spend his vacation in Pal- certificate shall be Unless said certificate shall be redeemed -
;;i.: ,,'.-, Emmett Shelley and Joe Hall Unless said redeemed -
according to law, the
atka and Jacksonville. He expectsto according: to law, the property property -
Von Mach and
E. daughter.
: were visitors in Miami Friday. described therein will be sold to the described therein will be sold to
{/ ; be away about two weeks. Sue, who have been visiting relativesin highest bidder at the court house the highest bidder at the court house
door on the first Monday in the monthof
in the monthof
door on the first Monday
":<::2: ',', Miss Hazel Prince spent the weekend Miss Detroit for the past several I August 1940 which is the 5 day August, 1910, which is the 5th
' -; in Okeechobee. Mrs."ard Oliphant and weeks returned home Saturday. Edward of August, 1940. day of August, 1940.

,,';, < Jean Oliphant of Marietta, Ga., are Von Mach, who accompanied : Dated this 12 day of June, 1940. Dated this 5 day of July, 1940.

::":, here for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. them there, accepted employmentin I (Seal) WILLIAM T. HULL. (Seal) WILLIAM T. HULL.
,: Mrs. JImmie Wilson spent sev- Clerk of Circuit Court of Clerk of 'CIrcuit Court of
R. C. Wilson. the General Motors plant and I Hendry County, Florida.4t. .
' \;,. eral days this week in Pahokee. Hendry County, Florida. .
: will spend the summer in Detroit. June 28, July 5-12-19, 1940 I July 12-19-26 Aug. 1, 1910.

.\ Victor Riley and Charles Mc- ,
:.: Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Collier were -
Keevitt have returned to Miami Mr. and Mrs. I. .Leydig, Miss
: '.', visitors in Miami Saturday. NOTICE OP APPLICATION FOR 'I
>:" after spending some time here Marion Leydig, Miss Betty Spicer, TAX DEED
working on the office building. Miss Roberta Spicer and Sandy
,Ray Bass spent the week-end I I LANDOWNERS OP CLEWISTON
Bell left Sunday to spend two NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. That DRAINAGE DISTRICT
:' \. in Okeechobee.Mr. :Mrs. Annie Frierson holder of Tax I
Misses Evelyn and Dorothy Hare weeks vacation at Asheville, 'N. C. Certificate No. 108-109 issued the 6 _

and Mrs. R. M. Hare, sr., spent the In Asheville they were joined by day of June A. D. 1938, has filed Notice is hereby given that, pur-
'. and Mrs. M. E. Von Mach same in my office and has made application suant to call of the Board of Super-
West Palm Beach for sev- week-end at Fort Myers Beach Mr. and :Mrs. F. W. IJeLozier and for a tax deed to be issued visors of Clewiston Drainage District,
_ were with Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Lee and children of Connellsville, Par thereon. Said certificate embracesthe the annual meeting of the landowners -
eral days this week. following described property in of Clewiston Drainage Districtfor
.children. the County of Hendry, State of Flori- the year 1940 will be held at
MRS. ROY ALSTON IS da, to-wit: the office of said District, in the
'. Mrs. E. L. Stewart and R. L. Lots 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 Block 47 Court- City Hall Building at Clewiston, Hendry -
r f::;>..f '. Coker were business visitors in Coburn Moore and Bob Patterson HOSTESS TO BRIDGE CLUB house square. County, Florida )n Tuesday July
have returned from FortBenn- -- The assessment of the said property 30, 1940 at four o'clcfck P. :M., Eastern
Miami Saturday.Mr. Mrs. Roy Alston entertained the under the said certificate issued Standard Time for the purpose of:
have been 'taking
" 'J ing where they was in the name of Fannie Park. 1. Electing a Supervisor;
. .,. a special six-week's R. O. T. C, members of her bridge club at Unless said certificate shall be re 2. Receiving Annual Reports and
and Mrs. M. F. Palmer spent her home Wednesday night. deemed according to law; the property taking action with respect thereto -
the week-end with relatives in St. I training course. described therein will be sold to )! as the landowners may determine -
I High score, a glass cannister set, the highest bidder at the court house ; and
Cloud. door on the first :Monday in I 3. Transacting: such other businessas
the monthof
Misses Dorothy and Ruth Lvelyn went to Mrs. C. E. Nail and second
August, 1940, which is the 5 day may come before the meet;
Edwards returned to their homein high, a vase, to Mrs. G. H. Small.A' of August, 1940. ing.Dated .
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Owen and July 12, 1940.
Jacksonville after a visit here Dated this 18 day of June..
, Shirley spent the week-end in St. frozen salad was served to BOARD OF SUPERVISORSOF
with their uncle and ,aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Nail, Mrs. Small, Mrs. H. .H. (Seal) WILLIAM: T. HULL, I CLEWISTON DRAIN-
, :. ,..: Petersburg. Clerk of Circuit Court of AGE DISTRICT,
Mrs. A. O. Ward. Turner Mrs. Blanche Turner Mrs.B. .
' : By: F. D. DUFF
, : : ; Hendry County, Florida.
:: ,' J. Schroeder, Mrs. Ruth B. Owens No. 45. 4t. June 21-28 President.
'. Roger Saxon, C. V. Claycomb and: July 5-12, 1940 2t. July 12-19F 1940.
..\,,::,,\', Gene Kraemer spent the weE>nG Miss Elizabeth Anne Whiteman Mrs. Jimmy Wilson and Miss Mae
leaves today for Jacksonville aftera Palmer-
at Fort Myers Beach.
' visit of several weeks with her j.n/a.cousE/ .
;::' ,'.. Glasses Scientifically Broken Lenses
.... grandparents Rev. and Mrs. Kent Fitted and Repaired Duplicated
, : Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Hanson of Counselor and Attorney at Law
Pendleton.Mr. .
Pahokee were visitors here Sat- Hopkins Building .'

I ,( urday. Wednesdays and Saturdays -. Optometrist

and Mrs. W. H: Lanier and Mrs. W. F. Simpson was hostessat 9:30 to 4:00 Phone- IDS 5: Collier Arcade
Fort Myerm, Florida
Mrs. Flora Deans are spending a a bridgeluncheon1ednesday at Successor to K. H.
;Leonard Thomas of Tampa is i Oakley'
the guest of 'Mr. and Mrs. Frank few days in Key West. Mr. Lanier her home on the government reser

Jacobs.A. I is now on his vacation and they vation.

expect to visit several points in Mrs. F. D. Duff received the Johnson's Fish CampNear
S. Martin will leave tomorrowto during high score prize, Mrs. W. C. Pre- ,
spend ten days vacation in West. \ I witt cut prize and Mrs. Gertrude ( Hurricane Gate)
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Wilson and
Maps Estimates
Palm Hobbs received
Beach and Miami. a guest remem- Clewiston Fla.
Mrs. W.; H. iLanier made a trip brance. JOHN H. DOTY
to ,Mrs. Lanier'smother Boats and l\Iotors-Guide Service
Mrs. Willard Simpson and :Mrs.J. : Tampa Friday. Those attending were: Mrs. Rates Engineering Consultant
Mrs. Flora Deans of Reasonable
F. Curry were in Fort :Myers Wilm Hobbs Mrs. Duff, Mrs. Prewitt,
ington, N. C. returned with them W. H. Johnson, Mgr. Hopkins Bldg. Clewiston, Fla.
Friday. Mrs. Jay W. Moran, Mrs. C .L.

for a visit here.. Downs, Mrs. R. Y. Patterson and
; Mrs. Ruth .B. Owen spent the Mrs. W. C. Owen. -

-,:. '- week-end in Okeechobee and deep- Mrs.Union J. M. Fountain is local West-her 1:..:N:N:N:N:N:N:N.:..:N:..:..:..:N:N:N:N:N.N:N:N:N:..:N:N:N:N:N:N.N.N.N:N.N.N.N:N:N:N.N,:N..::,N.N:N:N:N.N:N:N.N:..:.
f: sea fishing at ,West: Palm Beach. ern operator spending SURPRISE PARTY GIVEN ? ?
vacation at her home in Moore ?.
!.:,-' : FOR MR. AND MRS. BAER y
1 L" George Bestor left the first of Haven. Miss Juanita Long of Pa-
". : the week to spend the next six hokee is taking. her place during Golfers of the Clewiston Golf :;: WHETHER FOR IMMEDIATE CON. :;:

1.--' : ,, weeks in, Atlanta. her absence. Club and other friends joined Tuesday f +
.., night in a surprise party at
. :" Mrs. G B. Thomas and Mary Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Vaughn, the club house for Mr. and Mrs. STRUCTION. AS INVESTMENT f '{

;:_. ; ( Louise were visitors Monday in Sonny and Harry' Vaughn and Mrs. Robert Baer, Clewiston golf pro ..
'" W. P. Vaughn, sr., will leave Sat- ?
) : West Palm Beach. and his wife, whose birthdays came : .
",','., ; urday for a vacation trip to New ==
the same week.Refreshments. =_i: WE REPEAT-CERTAIN HIGHWAY i iy
\-'.: :" ',- W. M. Bradnack has returned Orleans, Houma, La., and Beau- were served ani

: from a visit with relatives in Brunswick mont, Texas. dancing were enjoyed by a group ::: X.;.

,':', Ga. which included Mr. and Mrs. Ken {
." Mrs. G. B. Thomas and Mary Swayne, Mr. and Mrs Jimmie "Wilson ;*I; FRONTAGE IN CLEWISTON IS TODAY :;:

: ...,"' Miss Jessie Malloy of Pahokee Louise left ,yesterday for Montreat, Misses Mildred Durst, Mae y

: is visiting her sister, Mrs. Kan N. C. for, several weeks vacation. Palmer, Shirlie Hunter Virgie 0'-

.:/, ': Swayne and Mr. Swayne. Anne Elizabeth Prewitt accompaniedthem Bannon, Hazel Prince Jessie Maloy :!: THE BEST BUY' IN FLORIDA. :;;:;

:';"'"" as far as' Highlands N. C. and Beatrice Jacobs and R. H. }. '. .;.
,:;, to visit Mrs. C. E. Miner and chil
Mrs. B. E.
Herring visitor "
was a Knight, George Bestor, Bob Coker, '
: 'in West Palm Meach on Thursday dren. L. C. ; '
: '. Rosenberg, Ed Ward, Ken ,<, r i iJ.

}: '4;", of this week. Harris and C. E. Lewis. ,' ... ,

,''':.'' \ Mrs. C. L. Downs and Mrs. Jay t= J. E. Beardsley :: i
and 'M s. R. C. Nowling are FOR SALE-Table .
:- W. Moran were visitors in Fort chairs, buffet, ? tI
.' the proud parents of a baby daugh-
maple china cabinet. At S z'y
Myers Tuesday. your ; REAL ESTATE ::
ter born 16 at the ::
Tuesday, July price. C. O. Benbow. It. c. I
Clewiston Hospital. The
. ,' .':, R. C. Williams of Peoria, IlL, lady weighed seven and young three- ::2!: JIM BEARDSLEY ART LAWRENCEMILDRED :i:

1.: : :- was week.a business visitor' here this quarters pounds at birth and has _"I!1111111111I1! I :PALM BEACH' |WIIIIIIIIIIIII/l/III||||||| !// :;: BETTY SPICER DURST :..:

been named Martha Jean. = FREE SWIMMING == .:. ,
= Gulf Stream Sail Fishing .i. \ :: '
.' _1 : *
$1.50 -
Half Day
'j/ ,Emmett Shelley left this week r . . . ;
;",.h.".: to spend his vacation at his former FOR SALE-Good used Howard I I Golf Spend and Cool Tennis Week HOc End All At Day =_ .,;H.N.N.N.N:N...:...N:N.N.N:..:..:..:N.N.M.N.N.H.......N.N.N.H.N....N.N.N.N.N..1.N.N.H.N.N....-N.N....N.N....N.N.N.N.N..fr

.:,:);" home in Georgia. .$1.50 COUPLE:-PRIVATE BATH=_
>!"... Piano. Excellent terms. Box 6366. CORTE West Palm Beach I
,t, ;.,, ,:,: =
MEXICANA 35 and _

Sunday Mr. and for Mrs.Daytona C. J.Beach Lovvorn to spenda left I Clewiston.' 2t. pd. d 11I11111"1"I !I I Ili../II/ IIIWIIIIIIIWIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII/l/illW! !//.!.I'I''. Safety of o pVINGS AYOV e7 ,A

two weeks' vacation.Mr. Q
Each Accountdividends !

and Mrs. P. D. Robbing have Included.. Z
SEE TilE /
returned to Clewiston from Jean- f INSURED l tt r 4

nerette La. to make their home. _

BIG NEW UP TO $5,000 I U P TO 0byaninstrumentality ;

Mr. and Mrs. F. Deane Duff '' /p #5000. QUnited ,

joined Mrs. Duff's parents in Palm of the 9NeF eo Q \

Beach Saturday for a week-end StatesGovernment

trip to Key West. 95

S49 0

Mr. and Mrs. Roy Alston and

,: children Harriet and Carol Joy are 1 m : WITH ---

spending their vacation at Fort Under strict FederalS

.. Myers Beach. 1f "FLORIDA SPECIAL"BY Supervision.Oflering

Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Bledsoe and safe

children spending Jecqueline a two weeks'and Eugeno vacation aro in /I : l' f .. WASHER with a liberal investment dividends.No .

__ Tifton, Ga. "
f J S
; repurchase or
Mrs. J. R., Minnehan, Miss Sara ,
AWS-13P '''withdrawal fees ., I
Minnehan and Mrs. Charlotte Wals- )

ton of Okeechobee were the guests E

Tuesday of Mrs. Ruth B. Owens. GENERAL.S ELE ci RlC charged. i

-,# I Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Prewitt and
For Demonstration Call ..
children drove to Tampa Sunday -
: .

and jamin took Prewitt.Mr. Prewitt's They returned father Ben-by CLEWISTON RADIO & ELECTRIC CO. ; Clewiston Federal Savings ,

way of Fort Meade and Mrs. W. Phone .104 ..

H.' Whatley, Mrs. Prewitt's mother,

,1.j Visit.returned home with them for a Clewiston,. Florida and Loan Association N

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Iwo keys to a cabin Valueless Minerals

: from Fortunes minerals are which now being a few made years

ago where considered almost val-
I BY LIDA LARRIMORE I I ueless. In a large gold mine in
MACRAE SMITH CO. WNU SERVICE Colorado a bright blue copper ore

CHAPTER X Continued was always by her rare tears. "Let's meet you and we've wasted so muchof CHAPTER XI accumulated for years. It was too
-15- get out of here. I don't want to it being unhappy." low-grade to be marketed. Then a

"You're in fine form tonight, Gabriella talk to the others. I want to be "I can barely remember." John stopped his car before a be chemist discovered that it could
." Connie Belmont flutteredher alone with you." "And we're wasting what's left square frama house set flush with is made into pigment, and now
long lashes at them across the "I want that, too." She blinked, talking about Russian princessesand the pavement along a street of worth almost as much to the
table. "If Pete wasn't your cousin, then smiled. "Do I look spotty from Dr. Sargeant's family." square frame houses separated by owner as the gold.

I'd be a wall-flower, too. weeping? Lucky I don't use mas- "That's called whistling to keep stretches of snow-covered lawns. In another mine in California
The late afternoon jets of steam
cara. light was gray heavily impregnated -
John turned to Gay. your spirits up. What should we
"Will you dance with me?" he "Very lucky. You look lovely." talk about, darling?" and a sharp wind blew in across with sulphur, issued from fissures -
asked quietly. His arms released her reluctantly."Can "I don't know. I should be ableto Casco Bay. John, stepping out of in the rock. One day some
brilliant with animation we say all the polite thingsnow the car, glanced up through bare copper plates were accidentally
Her eyes, think of something beautifulsome-
and ?" branches of elms, serene and gra- hung near them, and
get away soon they
her quick
others clouded as would
for the thing that you remember. Ican't.
"Of course we can." She held his cious in summer, etched now in were covered with beads of mer-
upward glance met his. All I can say is I love you.
made their bleak austerity against a cold gray cury. Today the :
hand tightly as they way sulphur-steam v
she said and rose "That's beautiful and I will
"I'd like to remember -
sky. There was in the wind makes
through revolving couples towardthe snow good money for the owners.
as he got up to pull back her table which her step-father had it. he thought. A March blizzard would
"Excuse me, she said directly to engaged. No one was there. The "Darling. probably leave in its wake an epidemic -
Robert Cameron and, silently, at "You sweet!
of influenza. Nothing to do :
members of the
John's side, walked to the edge of other party were They neared the train gate. John N fiRST THOUGHT AT TOE FIRST
about it He sunk
dancing in the glow of artfully though. chin :::s 'I'.ltZ WARNING OF INORGANIC PAIN
the dance floor. mellowed lights on the crowded tightened his grasp on her arm. into the collar of his bearskin coat :=: OR COLDS DISCOMFORTS. I
She was light in his arms. He floor. "Will they let you go down with and started across the icy pave- JOSEPH ASPIRINThink

scarcely felt her hands, on his shoul- "We'll have to wait." John sighed. me, Gay?" ment to the steps of the house.A /II\\
der, in his hand. She held herselfat "No, we won't." "I'd like to see anybody stop me. child's voice, shouting, drew
a little distance from him. He "But politeness, darling." My grandfather owned most of the him to ,the fence, parallel to the
could not see her face, only her red- "Wait She her 'New York, New Haven and Hart- street. He looked through brown Then Work
caught eve-
brown hair, brushed,smooth tonight, from the table up opened it ford once." skeletons of lilac bushes into the side Work hard; but before you begin
ning bag ,
bound with a narrow bandeau of yard. to work, think out your plans care- or
took out a lip-stick. Holding fast The official at the gate asked no
dull gold leaves. They circled the with her left hand to his hand, she questions. They started down the "Hi, Commodore!I" he called. fully. Think, then work.-Van Am-
floor in silence. Then John said: stairs. The shouting stopped. Nathaniel burgh.
printed in staggering bright red cap-
"It's a nice party." itals on the table cloth"GOODBY "It was the chin up that did it," Adams, Dr. Sargeant's eightyearold -
"Yes isn't it? she said and was
John said. grandson, standing on the seat

silent had again.He thought. that, dancing, he GAY AND! JOHN." cially"Oh,late I don't like think this."they care, espe- of intricate a garden network swing strung of ropes with and an For ONLY 1 01.Now

might find her again. During this string, waved a mittened hand to-
interminable evening, she had held John set his cup in the saucer They descended into the chill air ward him. Less than

him off as, now, physically, she kepta and pushed .back the sleeve of histopcoat and murky light of the lower level. "I'm Admiral Byrd," he called.

distance between them. Her ani- to glance at his watch. "Oh, are you? How's it going?
mation for the others excluded him, Gay watched him with widened Land in sight?"

though 'he had sat beside her. Si- eyes, holding her breath. "We're in desprit straits," Ad- y i .
lently, miserably, unable to respondto "Fifteen minutes, he said. miral Byrd in a blue and red snow-
her mood, he had watched the ef- She let her breath exhale with a suit and high buckled galoshes

fect of her high spirits upon the sighing sound. shouted cheerfully across the ice
party. Now with him, alone, she "Time for another cup of coffee," floes of the Antarctic. "Radio's gone a dose
was silent. she said, and glanced toward the 1 yir dead. Can't get a squeak out of
"Are you having a good time?" waiter drowsing against the wall. / her anyhow." I

he' asked, when again and more "No, darling. All those steps." "That's serious," John sympathized -
slowly, as the number of dancers His lips smiled at her across the "Have you tested th?
increased, they had circled the floor. table in the station restaurant, but ,tubes?"
". "Oh, yes!" she said. 'Are you?" the smile did not reach his eyes. "Aya. Deader'n a door-nail."
"No! You know I'm not!" "Do you want me to miss the John smiled, marveling at the rapidity Reward of Search

She drew back and looked up at train?" with which a child adapted Attempt the end and never standto

him "Why not?" she asked lightly, "That's the object of drinking two himself to an environment. Young doubt; nothing's so hard, but
smiling, her eyes sparkling in dark cups of coffee. John mustyou go?" 'Nat had been born in' the Philip- search will find it out.-Herrick.
blue glints between the thick "Must, Gay." He rose and walked Y pines and cut his teeth in San Fran-
straight lashes. "It's a beautiful around the table to her chair. "I cisco, but his "Aya" was'as authentic -
party. Robert always does things don't want to go." as though, instead of six months,
nicely." Her expression changed."Oh "Don't you?" She caught his hand he had spent the six years of his
John, no!" She gave a little resting on the back of the chair. .life in Maine. i: i: i: MALARIA

despairing cry. "I'm miserable. I've "Even'aftereverything?" She tilt- "Well, keep your courage up. You II 11 II 1 1'1 in 7 day and rellere
;ii.: never spent such a wretched eve- ed her head back to look up at ought to sight land by morning."
r'", ning. Why didn't we do 'as we'd him, her eyes soft and bright, a "Maybe you can find out what's COLDS
F; planned? Robert wouldn't have half-smile curving' her lips. ti- wrong with it?" Nat suggested. LIQUID SALVE-NOSE-TABLETS DROPS-' ., PtOID. fiut day

minded." "None of that seems importantnow. "Sorry, old man. Excuse me- Wonderful
"You were afraid we'd quarrel," Darling, come." Admiral. I'm a doctor, not a radio Try"Rnb-My-Tism" Lhdm.eDt
he said. She rose slowly. He held her technician."
, "Yes, I was. If you'd seen your coat. She slipped into it. He bun- "You could try anyway, couldn'tyou
Common Line
; face when Mother asked me what I dled the collar about her throat."I ?" the child persisted.:
R" intended to do this winter." shouldn't have, let you come II I y "Got to keep moving, Nat. You'd The craving for sympathy is the
: "I never heard anything so completely with me." Going out through the better come in pretty soon. This common boundary-line between
!)". selfish," he burst out with door of the restaurant, he held her wind is cold." joy and sorrow.
t, low vehemence. arm tightly. "It's so late and so "We'll have to wait," John went into the house. Lampswere
':' "It was tactless of her to have cold." John sighed. lit in the wide hallway. The

': spoken of it in your presence, per- "Carl is waiting. I'll be all right." warm air made his face burn. He'
f-: haps. But that's Mother's way. She A red-cap with John's luggage The train with curtains drawn over threw off his coat and went to the 1l
:.: calls it being practical. It didn't followed them across the vast vault- section windows and lights burn- table beneath a gilt-framed mirror.
occur to. her that you would think ed concourse of the station. Only a ing dimly in vestibules waited on The day's accumulation of mail lay
\ her heartless, as you did-" few late travelers moved past and the track. The red-cap led the way there in a tidy heap. John ran
:, "But she's your mother, Gay!" before them. Their footsteps madea toward the sleeper in which John's through it rapidly. Nothing from
: "We each lead a completely inde- hollow echoing sound. She pressed berth was reserved. They lagged Gay. There had been nothing for

: pendent existence. It's not a bad close to him. behind, walking slowly, very close three days. That was not unusual,
:,-, idea. When I see what some mothers "Take' me with you, John." together. though. Sometimes he received two 1S
.:: 1 'do to their children, I'm glad He smiled down into her lifted "You're going, aren't you? I be- letters a day. Again several days
;;< Kitty is like she is." eyes, sad in the depths beneath the lieve it now that I see the train. would 'pass without a ,message from
:'. "But you don't want to visit Tory brilliance. "What would I do with ,John, when will I see you again?" her. He'd hoped there would be THEY'RE TESTED
'.r' Wales in Palm Beach?" you, Gay?" "I don't know. I'll be tied down something today. Her letters were PE-KO dAR FORTIGHTERFIT

', "There's only one thing I really "Couldn't we rent something? A pretty closely after Dr. Sargeantsails graphic, amusing, affectionate. He 'RINGS SEAL LONGER LIFE! ,
:"': want to do." house or an apartment. How do except on Wednesday after- enjoyed them. Well- FLAVOR IN,
"Don't you know how that makes people in Portland live?" noons and evenings." (TO BE CONTINUED) KEEPAIROW! ECONOMICALTOO!

\ me feel?" "I live in Dr. Sargeant's home, as "May I come to' see you some I
"Flattered, I should hope." Her you know very well." Wednesday afternoon?" Laundry Experts Advise

s'' .I smile trembled. "Was-is that a stipulation?" "Would you, Gay?" His face Mending .Before WashingThe a. f r
"No, you can't know," he said "A very important one. I couldn't brightened. "I want my mother
;,,; bitterly. "You can't know what it's have come here ''to see you if I'd and sisters, to meet you. And my tradition that mending follows
like to feel humiliated, not to be had to pay board since October. I grandmother. You'll love my grandmother washing as inevitably as spring follows -
able to take you away with me,' couldn't have bought this new hat ." winter is being 'gradually discarded -
_'. now tonight to have which don't admire." in favor of the reverse way
you make you She glanced at him and away.
explanations which I should make. "I do. It's a marvelous hat: Now "What?" he asked. of, doing things. Proponents of the

You haven't been happy and nei- that I've gotten used' to it, I thinkit "More family? Can we risk it?" modern school of laundering now ad-
ther have I, except that first day, makes you look very handsomeand "They'll love you." vocate doing the mending first.
Christmas There are several advantages in
distinguished. She hesitated then
"I hope so. ,
' l and today in the coun- "Liar!" He pressed her arm with continued. "I'm sorry," she said. getting the repair work out of the
try? Weren't you happy? I was." his arm against his side. "Darling!" "I wanted-" way before clothing and household

"But why?" They moved slowly, "Has Dr. Sargeant a family, "I love you." furnishings go into the laundry. A
only their feet conscious of the John?" "I love small hole in a sock is likely to be-

rhythm of the waltz. "Because we "Mrs. Sargeant. Their older A brake-man's you. call echoed past come a .large one in handling. A
avoided reference is there this winter with frayed buttonhole may be torn apartor USRYAL.PE'
any to the sub- daughter them. They made for the vesti-
jects upon which we disagree, be- two small sons. Her husband is bule of the train. the thin portion of a sheet' give

i cause we were alone except for an officer in the Navy. There's a "Better not go aboard, Miss," the way entirely. Perhaps it is just as
well to exempt loose or missing but-
Kate and your father. younger daughter in college who porter said pleasantly. "We leave
r ,. "Oh, dear!" Her laughter shook. ,comes home pretty often for week- in one mo' minute." tons from advance restoration and /
' sew them on later. But patching, U D
. "' "I made you come here because I ends. "One more minute, John."
',:' was afraid we'd quarrel if we were "Is she attractive?" He caught her into his arms. Their darning, reinforcing, and such

....y ,alone, and I wanted your last night "I don't know. I'll look at her lips met and clung. A second call things, if done in advance, will 'pro- '.' S o p
:". ,here to be pleasant: Don't, John.Talking : when I get back and send a re echoed. He broke away from her long the materially.The life of the. laundry bag'scontents o

:,. spoils everything. If we port." arms. The porter leaned out of the
-:. keep on at this rate-" Her "head She laughed. vestibule. John raced into the train, chief objection to this order
'1.- ,dropped against his shoulder. He "I've never really seen a girl since colliding with the Negro. used to be a natural distaste for
handling soiled laundry, but discriminating -
felt her tremble in the tightened I've known "
';; you.
he called ,the"train
,,' clasp of his arms "Darling! I'd like to believe you." "Good-by, as people no longer delay Approved by Good Housekeeping
began to move. until clothing and linens become Institute and the Household
. v "I'm sorry, but I've got to know. "Do you know how you look
.' Look "GoodShe ran a few steps unpleasant to touch and smell. Searchlight.IF .
at His
., me, Gay. voice was now? ,
beside the car. Practical reasons, as well as aes-
a'(i rough with urgency. "Tell me. Do "Wan and exhausted from tryingnot :
John caught her hand, dropped it. thetic ones, have brought about more YOUR DEALER CANNOT SUPPLY YOU,
F..:< you want to go on-? to burst into a flood of tears. SEND 20c WITH YOUR DEALER'S NAME
:.,,', Her eyes, lifted to his, were brilliant "Like a Russian princess. In that "Remember." ,Some Wednesday, aft- frequent washing. Soil and pers- FOR A TRIAL PACKAGE OF 48 GENUINE
(;,l:. with terror. fur cap and coat. There should bea ernoon. piration left in fabrics wear them PE-KO JAR RINGS; SENT PREPAID.a. .
;: 1 "John! she cried faintly. "Darling drosky waiting outside for you The train picked up speed. She out through erosion and chemical
tI !" instead of a limousine." fell back, breathless, stood strain- action. And the vigorous handling
ing for a last .glimpse of John's needed to remove these harmful -KOEDGEJAR
::- "I don't see how you can, he "There are no more Russian prin-
said more gently. "I'mThere's cesses." waving arm, his face, the hat that substances in washing causes addi-
;.;:.' nothing-" "There are in illustrations for Tol- she hadn't admired. The train tional wear and tear. RUBBERS
;: "I love you," she said steadily. stoy's novels:" moved forward ,into darkness. The Frequent laundering with abun-
'r' "Do you, Gay?" His lips moved "But they don't have clue eyes" red light at tht rear diminished intoa dant soap and water and a minimumof
but no further words came. He "They should" His voic faltered. dot, a pin-point, was gone. rubbing is far more satisfactory in
saw that her eyes brimmed with "Oh, Gay." Gay turned toward the stairs.lead- the long run than the mistaken thrift
tears. "Don't go, John. It seems ouch ing up to the station level. Some which may induce prolonged wear

"Darling," he said, moved' as he a little while since I came here to, Wednesday afternoon without washing.



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Tom Was Rubbing It In! CHERUB
Three weeks after she started A lady comes to

boarding school life, Jessie began clean our house

.' to sign her letters home: "J es- .... V7Ko
sica." bothers me. a..
Father and Mother'smiled about lot '

.::; it, but it seemed to be a bit too ,

" -, : he much wrote for to her her brother as follows Tom.: So o I Events in the Lives of Little Men I 9WFEQE'S 5o hangs scornfully around she '

"Dear Jessica: Daddica and... "
. Mummica have gone to visit Aunt \Jh- t little '"'

Lizzica. They have taken Willica things Ive. J., tIot.
and Junica with them. Uncle { fII&.

Sammica is buying a new ca:, butcan't .
decide between a Morrisicaand D RESwS IN G ./ 3 ".'1.CA"NM

a Jewelica. The cowica has y 0 "MVJ

.. had a calfica; I was going to call w 1- .. 0
it Nellica, but changed it to Jim- { QUIRTr
ica because it is a bullica. Your
loving brotherica, WNU Service.Common .
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SO MANY of you have written \ / /" Roos 15 If 1 Inll ( doctor would tell you.that the
me letters of appreciation best thing to do with constipation
about the, new SEWING BOOK 5 y 4 d ,wh is get at its cause. That way youdon't
have to endure it :first and
.U. that I want to thank you all here try to "cure" ii afterwardyoucan
at one time. In Book 1 is sketchedand avoid having it. .
described methods of making Chances are you won't have to
curtains look far for the cause if you eat
slip covers, bedspreads,
"ft / the super-refined foods most .
: dressing tables and other things .- people do. Most likely you don't ...:;
for the house. Next came Book 2 get enough "bulk"! And "bulk"
doesn't mean a lot of food. It
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Poverty Teaches Much -'

ORANGE CRATES OR BOXES (WNU SERVICE: ) Poverty is uncomfortable, as I ).
can testify; but nine times out of

with gifts, novelties and a glossaryof ten the best thing that can happento .:'
embroidery stitches. Then, in a young man is to be tossed:' ,.',h
Book 3, I began to share with you "THIS ISWHERE Ft'vI' overboard and compelled to sink ;;
some of the human interest side WE or swim for himself.-James A. ::

of this fascinating job of mine, -- HALTED IN Garfield. "

and to tell you about the adven- '1916 .,
tures of- many clever women who ,
make the things that they want ; /' : ,: I POP f foR COOL. HAPPy FEET '

for their homes-sometimes from 'pa : : :; : I 'rr 1) to'
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almost nothing. There were more :
A ;
of these adventures in Book 4, and 1

there, are .still ,more in ,Book 5.
There is nothing that pleases me Mite Upon MiteIf
( so much as when you tell me that
Y thou shouldst lay up a
my sketches are so clear that you shouldst do
- upon a little, and this
can see at a glance how to make
often, soon would even this become
things. I am glad that everything great.-Hesiod.
needed is in today's sketch about 'P

- this remodeled washstand be- 0

cause I have used up all my space --r, \ r KILL ALL FLIES
now; and the frill around the top ?
Raced anywhere. Daisy r1sa
shelf is five inches deep. Books -Th Killer attracts and kills flies
Guaranteed, Neat,
are 10 cents each. Send order to: oda convenient-Cannot epfllWlllnot .y.
AMD I soil orlnjure anytatta.
F Lasts all reason 20o at all y
CARVED MY dealers. Harold Somers. Inoy15ODeKalbAve..B'k1sn.N.Y.
\ Drawer 10 7 NAME ON THE ',
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Enclose 10 cents for each book .. ; !

Name ............................... JP'EJPfk Inferior to SuperiorNo j
Address .eo..eo...eo..:.............. ; 1. man can ever end with being -- ':
superior who will not begin /:\
with being inferior. Sydney -f::

Smith. -.j

may affect the Heart .J
Millar Watt
Gas trapped in the stomach or gullet may act like a for stuffy headcolds'
bnir-triK8er: the heart. At the first sign of distress misery :
mart men and women depend on Bell-ans Tablets to T
Ret gas free. No I azativo but made of the Iastcstacine PEHETROB&HSelfDeception ;
medicines (known for acid indigestion If the ::
f FIRST DOSE doa' jwwv Bell-ens better retain
bottle to oa and receive DOUBLE Money Back.2Cc. \1 -p

WNU The Bell Syndicate. Inc.-WNU Service
Ruined by Gratuities
The man who first ruined the No man was ever so much deceived :.
Roman people was he who first by another as by himself., ;1

gave them treats and gratuities. -Greville. ,

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Thousands have None $ a ;
smiling thru this try- M
.ing time" by taking tsNW..1 it
Pinkham's-famous tm41 1 ;
farhelpingfemalefunational {
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and MA3>EiME, e
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_, the columns of this news P IZCcP Mme/ kidneys! function badly and|'

"',: paper. It buys space and c v WHEN} suffer a nagging backache,) t
-' : with dizziness, burning, scanty or too :
circulation plus the favor- o frequent urination and getting up at :

able consideration of our night when you feel tired f' nervous,. ,,
all upset. use Doan Pills.Dean's "i'
readers for this
newspaperand are especially for poorlyworking
its advertising patrons. P kidneys. Millions of boxes '
are used every year. They are recommended -
By a the country over. Ask your '

LET US ,TELL neighbor! :
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JULY 10, 1040

Two Youths AccusedOf I state by special train, visiting many same time keeping a weather eye on challenger from Minnesota, who have to defend his title against

communities and points of interest the coming cane crop. But we did appeared in Miami last winter withan Barney Oldfield, Ralph DePalma,

LaBelle Theft where special entertainment was succeed in enticing him away one 1896 model, and beat him by I and other ,speed demons in a "raceof
provided by local groups. about three snorts and a chug to t
afternoon for a session with the a century" that is being cooked
(LaBelle News) Following their visit, thousands become National Gas-buggy Racing up. Maybe even Henry. Ford will
of columns of feature stories, edi- bass in Lake Okeechobee. Boy, Champion.I'll drag out his famed "999" and takea

County Judge W. T. :Maddox torials and news material descrip- what a fishin' hole that isevenI tell you more about Bill hand. In any event, it promisesto

Tuesday morning bound George tive of Florida, was published in caught a mess! The fish take at a later date, for he is a real be some show with every car in

'Harley Fitts,' 21, and Willie Collier, newspapers throughout the country, ;your plug while you're strugglin'a character. Next winter he may the race at least forty years old.

23, over to the circuit court on giving this state much valuable and back-lash and wait for you to
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bond of $2,000 each after they refused helpful publicity, and it is felt that untangle yourself and pull 'em in. .

to plead either guilty or not in entertaining this group next year I Just old fashioned Clewlstoa hospi- NOTICENotice
guilty to a charge of car theft. Florida will receive untold benefitin I
tality, I guess. is
hereby given that the
Both men are lodged In the Hendry the form of publicity and good The entire Lake section looked .thereof as will be necessary to pay following the amount described due for lands taxes, or herein so much set
county jail.Sheriff will. Most of the development here opposite to the same together with the costs of such sale and advertising,
mighty Everyone was
prosperous. will be sold at public auction
the fifth
H. L. DeLaney returned has taken place within the pasl day of August, 1940 beginning:
busy and looking forward to a at twelve o'clock noon at the City Hall of the City of Clewiston, Florida.
Fills Sunday from Columbia, S. C., 20 years and Florida has more to great winter season. The new cane R. Y. PATTERSON,
after he had received a wire from show and more to offer now than crop is growing like the national Tax Collector, City of Clewis ton.

Chief of Police L. J. Campbell thata i before. debt Description
and today you'd never Amount of
collision between two cars in that Success in bringing this important there'd been a freeze. Some day of Land Owner Taxes and

city Friday was responsible for convention to Florida is due largelyto the government will take its hob- Costs Y

the identifying of one as the car the tireless work of George nail boot off the neck of this sec- Lot 6, 'Block 139-Alice G. Rothrock --.--..-.....--....--.--____ j 6.00
stolen from the LaBelle Motors the Hosmer and his committee which Lot 11, Block 201-Alice .. .. .. ..
tion and let the folks down there G. Rothrock '-? --- -----. __ .,.._.___..__ 5.05
night of July 1. Fitts waived ex- attended the recent meeting in New "go to work" and when that Lot 34, Block 208-Carl 0: Hare --._-....--'_.-.__._._...._.___..._._._.__...__._ 4.10

tradition and Sheriff DeLaney left York and presented Florida's bid happens "unemployment" and "hard Lot 20, Block 354-Alice G. Rothrock .....-....-.-._._._.......__...___.....__.__._._ 5.05
at once to bring him back. for the 1941 gathering, as wellas times" will just naturally have to Lot 5, Block 358-David R. Larsen _.......-.___...._._.___:.._____.. 4.10
Fitts made a signed confession Brown and Florida Lot 34, Block 358-T. E. Markette ..__._._._________.__.__._.__ 5.05
the Earl the go find some place else_ to live. Lot IB, Block 3GO-H. E.Valker _._.._._._.___._.___....______...___ 220
to Chief Campbell in which he implicated State Exhibit who entertained the At Belle Glade I met a mightyinterestln' Lot 17, Block SCO-H. E. Walker .....___._________ 2)20)
Willie Collier of Auburn- at the New York "World'-J Lot 4, Block 3G1-Clewiston Motor Co _..._.__.______,:_________ 4.10
group chap named Piercp. Lots 13, 14, Block 377-R. C. Nowlinff ..._....__..r,___,..__ 38.30
dale as being in on the job. Sheriff Fair with a luncheon and special He runs a garage and a 1900 Sear Lot 17, Block 377-R. C. Nowling ..._....._. ...._________...__....:.... 2.20
DeLaney communicated with Hardee Lot 14, Block 409-Gene Bailey ..... ... .
officials and Monday was entertainment program. Special Horseless Carriage, which he Lot 8. Block 495-J. W. Daughtry ?..::::::::::.?..?:::::=::::=::: :_:::::::::::::::..:::=:=::?:::::::" c 980:00

county Dates for the 1941 conventionand claims is the fastest thing on Lot 22, Block 383-D. R. McEachron -.............__..__.._......._.._....._..._.__..._._._,__............ 4.89
advised to come to Wauchula for been "buggy wheels". He raced a, Lot 23, Block 383-D. R. McEachron ..........._.___.._.._....__..._._.....-.___._.......-.......-._._.... 4.89
state tour have not set. '
his man. That. night both were 5t. July 5-12-19-26, Aug. 2, 1940.TI1'JLO .
Chairman Hosmer has called
in jail here. a -......
meeting for this week to discuss:
The meticulous manner in which .
plans and work out an itinerary and ;.$;' .. .
the theft was pulled made the
complete financial arrangemenTs.SIX .
case unique in car thievery in this

seclion. After carefully removinga '
small pane of glass from a rear
window so as to reach inside and

unlock the garage door, movingtwo
Miami, July 19-FNS) Six
cars out of the way in orderto
United States destroyers: docked here
secure a choice model, placing
this week, bringing naval reservists
the cars back where they were, the
from New 'Orleans, Mobile and
garage door was locked and window .Houslon. The squadron, under .......... '.
glass put back even to making it
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command of Lieut.-Commander It. yvv1i > '
secure with fresh putty. a 440 '.,..... -.
N. Smoot, included his flagship, the
In his confession Fitts said he
Aulick, the Mead, the Swasey, the
was origlnally'from Ulahville, S. C.,
McLahahan, the Laub and the Ed-
and that he had been in trouble ,
with the law on three previous
The squadron has been
on maneuvers -
occasions. He told Sheriff DeLaneythat
off Key West and make up
the car here was stolen be-
part of the naval patrol in Gulf
tween 8 and 9 p. m., and that they
laid in the weeds back of the waters. -, r. r ,pert ,

garage waiting for the place to .. n
close and employees to leave before HOUSE ADDITIONA : ': '

they broke in. :
new 'one-room addition to his ?

home on Arcade Avenue by Carl J tJtir'c111 .7 i e' \

NEA Convention Ton Johnson Is no-w nearing completion. .

This is, an 18 foot by 14 foot bed- M

Be Held In FloridaFort room on the south side of the house ; J S'r 6tI QpIVA1E ,

which was formerly owned by br k
Elbert L. ,'
Stewart. .
S. .
Myers, July 19-FNS- :: ;

George E. Hosmer, past presidentof HV\:;;;( ; ? -

the National Editorial Associationand Too Late To Classify .. .. .W... .. .'..
chairman 0'( the Florida State C : t' I { ; a ;Zi0
Press Association NEA Convention -

Committee, announced this week Continued from Page 4) "

that word had been received from nervously. "Soda", he mumbles, his l r.: Try It 1i o

officials of the NEA that Florida'sbid face as blank as a sham-battle ":::::. : w

for the 1941 ,National Convention cartridge. "Oh yeah" and reachin' .' 1k \

had been accepted by the under the counter, he drags out a .'..::::::""..":::. Today Board of Directors, with both a package of baking soda. "What'sthe ::':::::::::::>" :

pre-and post-convention tour of : matter, buddy," he says, "you \ '
the state being considered, plans got heartburn?" ,4C4 C ,Syn. >JUt.1115.1tESSL1Et". ;
84 ear-old;
to be worked out by the' Florida Well, there was nothin' else to .d ; Dean ot Distillers

press officials, the. Florida State do, so I pours a modest drink, puts

Chamber of Commerce, and other in a pinch of soda and says "Openup

groups. mouth, ;you asked for it!" The

The National Editorial Association rest of the trip I stuck to Coca t
k.t.. made up of owners and pub- Cola. i

" lishers of non-metropolitan newspapers Arriving at Clewiston we found

r held its annual conventionin Jay Moran of the U. a.> Sugar Corporation -
in Florida twenty years FollOwing -I battalion
ago. I. as busy as a com-
P: the business session at St. mander of a blitzkrieg, up to his

r.-- Augustine, between four and five ears in the construction of a beau- KESSLER'S PRIVATE BLEND-A Blended Whiskey.;)% Neutral Spirits distilled from Grain. 80.6% Proof.

t hundred editors then toured the tiful new office building, at the Julius Kessler Distilling Co., Incorporated, Lawrenceburg, Indiana.


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