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Title: The Clewiston news
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Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: July 21, 1939
Publication Date: 1928-
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
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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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CLEWIS OX, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JULY 21, 1939 SUBSCRIPTION $:::.00- PER YEAR
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NEW POST-OFFICE STATE REFUSES TO


BUILDING BIDS TO ,-. .A RELEASE COUNTY

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.. I, .'_ ,, ; 'i ,:,,:, .: GAS TAX FUNDSCounty
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BE OPENED SEPT.. 1 ,; : I
: ";".'l,/r>,- ; SUGAR TALKS : : ,a.:::,. ,!.

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: >j.l' >: : : Representative Elbert L.
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: /,;, By Clarence R. Bitting ,: __::" Stewart and, Clerk of the Circuit
: : Court ""1. T. Hull were in Tallahassee -

: i :1i: ,"::> j r ,,,;:" ;' ,{; :, '. last week to confer with mem-
> ;" : bers of the State Board of Admin-
:;'>': f- Philippine Labor': > istration relative to the dispositionof

some $40,000 in gas tax money

i which has accumulated to the credit -
of Hendry County. In view of im-

' t William George Jordan once said, "The nation that is strongest is pending litigation the board refusedto
one that is most self-reliant the one that contains within its boun- deliver the funds to the county.

all that its people need." Hendry County is one of about .
Greater wisdom was never spoken. One must admit the sound logic thirteen Florida counties which has

such words, but just how can this be applied to a nation, which, in been paid its share of the gas tax
respects, is not allowed to fill its own peoples' need because of moneys under the 1931 legislative
restrictions and limitations imposed by Congress. The in-
,
act under the law the
and county'sshare
is, obvious. The United States and in particular, its sovereign: I
allowed to produce less than 1 now goes to the State Road
of Florida, by quota restriction, is
cent of the continental sugar requirement. Not only is she prohibited Department. Efforts were made by
filling the nation's sugar-bowl but also that of her own ,State. -- the past session of the Legislatureto

we hear of the great problem of unemployment, yet the Federal pass new laws which would allow
by-its prohibition and limitation of the production of our' the counties which had been paid

prevents the sugar producers of the Everglades from furnish- out to continue to share in the al-

. livelihoods to many thousands of families. lottments by allowing them intereston
If we carefully study the labor conditions of one of the offshore the original bonded debt for

which had a monopolistic, right to 16 per cent of our continental roads built by the county and plac-

I market, as compared with the labor, conditions of Florida, which ed in the state road system in 1931or
by Congressional action, to less than 1 per cent of our sugar
prior years. These bills were ve-
perhaps we can further bring to light the unjustification ,
toed after adjournment by Governor
this limitation on continental sugar production.
''writer in Collier's for June 20, 1936, aptly explains the labor situ- r Fred, Cone, the only one of four

in the Philippines, in saying that living for the native is cheap, bills allowed to get through beingone
the profit goes to the employer. "Bamboo for the framework of your \' which provides for those coun-
; nipa for walls and roof; bananas for food.. A little rice, a little ties which have paid out receiving

.-and the sunshine to ferment your palm juice, if you wish to for- twenty per cent of the allocation
I ". What excellent wages for a day's work! while the State Road Department

The Philippine labor situation in the past' ten, years has, been very receives the other eighty per cent.
Thousands of laborers have left the Philippines each year The $40,000 which has accumulated -
Hawaii. \ A report of the United States Department of Commerce in Tallahassee to the credit f.f

i 1927 claimed that the Insular Bureau of Labor contended that un- this county came in before the
conditions imposed by landowners upon the labor-
terms and
out under the 1931
county was paid
class and the low standard of wages offered, were the contributing. law and county officials feel that

to this economic unrest. is rightfully theirs and '
According to'a published report in the Monthly Labor Review, May this money
; be to ,them., Howevera
a study of wages in the Philippine sugar industry disclosed that should given
labor in sugar centrals received 5 cents an hour, while on sugar suit was filed Monday in the Supreme -

unskilled labor received 15 cents.. to 25 cents a day. This .. Court which seeks to turn
publication for September 1937, stated that the cost of living for '. over eighty per cent of this accumu-
laborer's family approximately 50 cents a' day. First grade (Continued on Page 8)
discloses the impossibility of balancing the budget. of the '
I' in the Philippines.

, ; : : "The low ,wages and deplorable living conditions for .agricultural ,
ARE
almost entirely eliminates 'the"" Filipinos as reciprocal traders''fos, SCHOOL BONDS
IE articles for 'even their bare necessities, yet we Americans are -
to buy Philippine sugar because of our quota restriction. As we
learned in a previous discussion the cost of sugar production I' SHIPPED THIS WEEK

the Philippines, all the good land is in sugar and the area thus can-
: produce its own food supplies. Such a condition causes a: very low
of living to prevail. How could it be expected that laborers TO CHICAGO FIRMCharles

under such conditions could create a demand for American goods?
are' forced to buy their necessities from other' countries which have
low standard of living.' The Philippines paying average wages E. Miner, Clewiston member -

I I wo'V from 13 to 29 cents a day, take our good money to spend with other of the county school board
Ij j and demand greater rights than are accorded Florida. stated this week that the bonds for
The laborer in the Everglades wears shoes and a hat; he has a the construction of the new Clewis-

that consists of more than the bare covering of the offshore ton High School building were being -

All members of his family are well clothed and well nourished. forwarded to the bond purchasers -

/ these excellent conditions, the Everglades' sugar producers give ,, Stifel, Nicholaus Company of
employees, free of charge, clean, sanitary, weather-proof cottages; Chicago and upon receipt of the
fuel; free medical attention and hospitalization not only for the anticipated sometime
,
: but also for the members of his family; schools for the 'children bond money construction of the
next week,
for all. '
churches for the families; recreation and entertainment I be started im-
building would
wholesome new
In Florida, high cash wages, regular entertainment and
together with many other perquisites already mentioned, ,.:. mediately.
in the world. in the bond validation
add up to the highest pay of any sugar producing area An error
only does-Florida pay the highest wages but she also has the ,low- : which had to be corrected by special -
costs. legislative act has at last been

I There are always ,those who continually wish to know why American entirely cleared up and ,the bond
goes abroad in search for employment to supply the needs of the purchasers ,notified Mr. Miner last

which can be !!supplied by the continent itself-and by every week to send the bonds. One or
as American citizens are they justified in asking such a question. two items remained to be cleared
is only one answer to such a question; that is-the desire for J by the board which made it the
of home workmen! ., up
profit and this at the expense middle of this week before the
Florida, which "contains within its boundaries" the sugar "that its
mailed.
need" is prohibited from developing its natural resources to bonds could be
bid on
company's
fullest extent, so that labor in offshore areas may be exploited for 'f), The Chicago
: benefit of those who are not interested in, or syniDathetic with, the the Clewiston bonds was $33,412.50for
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\ of either Florida or these United States. the $30,000 issue, the highestbid
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I Let us, as Americans, demand THE AMERICAN MARKET FOR' THE on local bonds since boom days.
I ; PRODUCER. Ellis and Janes, a Lakeland firm

{ I was the low bidder when bids were
I opened for construction of the new

.... .. building early in June. The bid was

,.' f I $30,400. It is understood that the
I contract: has not as yet been officially -
J awarded, awaiting the outcome -

'. of the bond purchase nego-
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I CLBR'ISTOPRO WRITES '\ Prizes For Fishing I

'; ARTICLE; FOIl "GOLFDO.Ultl South Shore District

Contest DisplayedIn
d In the current issue of "Golf-
Makes ImprovementsThe
dom", rated as one of the leading Store WindowAn
Weeks golf journals of the nation, appears -

an article by Don Young, pro South Shore Drainage District -

at the Clewiston Golf Club, entitled attractive display of the, has a work program underway ,
Clarence R. "The Pro Examines His Business". is expected to add consider- '
to be awarded in the fishing which
of the United The article is in two parts and prizes contest, sponsored by the Clewiston I ably to the efficiency of the districtfor I
which has the second will appear in the August -' of Commerce has been both irrigation and drainage.
Chamber
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page feature issue. It is excellently written i made Jn one of the windows atParkinson's Two draglines are at work cleanIng '
past several and would be greatly enjoyed by and widening the main drainage
Inc.
this week's every golf fan.KIU'ANIS. I The grand prize for the larger canal which .will be intersected by
for a few all the
I of seven lateral canals to tap
NESTING bass caught during the period
is on
away the contest, which is not on display, lower areas in the district.
( I reel or The United States Sugar Corporation -
of the will be a Pflueger Supreme
his daughter, At the regular meeting I which purchased 820 acres
reel of equal value. ,
Bit Kiwanis Club Wednesday night other type I
son, C. R. bass caught and In this district recently, is mole
largest
The
week from his there was considerable discussion the property and plowing
will entitle draining
R. I., for a relative to the hearing to be held registered during July Culvertsare
to planting.
_. at the Clew- the one who brings him in to a preparatory
They expect to here next Wednesday rod four I being placed under the adjacent
bamboo
also pf club fi- Barracuda split
the latter part islon school and ; facilitate drainage.1 .
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WEEKLY NEWS ANALYSIS BY JOSEPH W. ,LaBINE THE CHEERFUL\] CHERUB 4'1

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Arnold Uses Popular StrategyIn Im gli that I .c.'tJ'\

l>e ple/c sedi

Construction Trust Inquiry; x ? of i e With joys oF the

simpler .sort-

Charged With 'Copying' DeweyEDITOR'S % Why, killing moscpitoesc

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( NOTE-When opinions are expressed in these columns, they 1 ( Is 1 t\y Ft.vorite. .

are those of the 'news analyst and not necessarily of this newspaper.) ;indoor

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account. After several weeks of this, R'C
HOUSING .
: American correspondents finally

Political Vogue? reached the Japanese front lines

David from where they dispatched more
Periodically there arises a
accurate reports yet there was
Goliath. ,
who slays the wicked giant
enough Japanese good news in themto
Usually it sets a fashion until cor-
indicate official censorship. Most
Last ,
catches hold.
again
ruptness WNU Service.
important, correspondents found
New York's racketbustingStates
year
well-equipped armies fighting on a
Attorney Thomas E. Dewey
nine-mile front in a region so remote -
became 'a David, captured public
from civilization that it mightbe
and HOT
radio WEATHERBILIOUSNESS
fancy, inspired programs '
COOLING
DRINKS FOR
placed wicked politicians on the de on another planet. SUMMER
want- At Tokyo, Premier.Baron Kiichiro See Recipes Below.
fensive. The public obviously
Hiranu/na officially discounted the )
ed reform and no more rackets.
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importance of this warfare but he
,
When Tom Dewey began looming ,
as a 1940 G. O. P. presidential pos- was fooling no one. Knowing, he
made it clear will show "a
sounded like Japan
sibility, reformation
good strategy for any aspiring poli- stronger front" to the Soviet on Household News Have you noticed that In hot
At- questions of fishing, coal and oU j weather your digestion and elimination -
tician or party. By early July, concessions. seem to become torpid or lazy?
torney General Frank Murphy had I Your food sours, forms gas, causes
behind him an excellent record of belching, heartburn, and a feeling
smashing corrupt political machineslike EUROPE: I of restlessness and irritability. Your

( Kansas City's Tom Pender- Balkan PressureIn plexion tongue may bilious be, coated and ,your your bowel com

gast) and tracking down income tax r action sluggish or insufficient.
June Yugo-Slavia's regent,
..........-..-..................-.............. Prince These are some of the symptomsof
Paul, visited Berlin. In ear- biliousness or so-called "Torpid
ly July Hungary's army chieftain, Liver," so prevalent in hot climates.
Gen. ,Henry Werth. attended Ger- They call for calomel, or better still,
Calotabs, the nausealess calomel F'
man arinymaneuvers just as Bul- compound tablets that make calo-
garia's premier, George Kiosseivanoff Cooling Summer DrinksCan over crushed ice or tea cubes in mel-taking a pleasure.
was discussing "the general tall glasses, and serve at once. Calotabs give you the effects of

r ,;.. situation as well as specific Ger- you think of anything more Mocha Freeze. calomel Nature to and expel salts the combined, helping
S sour, stagnant
man-Bulgarian questions" in Berlin cooling and(refreshing than a frosty Pour chilled coffee into tall bile and washing it out of the
with Adolf Hitler.As glass of ice cold beverage spriggedwith glasses. Add a generous spoonfulof system. One or two Calotabs at bed-
well it might, this frightened mint and tinkling with ice vanilla ice cream to each glass time with a glass of waterthat'sall.
Rumania. Reason: Adolf Hitler's cubes? and Next morning your system feels
Neither can I! There'ssomething top with whipped cream. clean and refreshed
i your head is
P three guests represented nations about a cold, tart-tasting Frosted Grape Juice 'Ade. clear, your spirit bright, and you are
nR{ surrounding Rumania on as many drink that seems to lower the tem- (Serves 6) I feeling fine with a hearty appetite
sides, south, west and north. A perature several degrees. 4 juice I for breakfast. Eat what you wish
cups grape
and go about your work or pleasure.
second Adolf Hitler is
reason: angry
I like to Juice of 3
keep a variety of chilled oranges Genuine
Calotabs
are sold only In
for with
with King Carol consorting
drinks in Juice of 1 lemon checker-board
my refrigerator to meet (black and white) pack-
England and France. A third rea- the demands of sultry weather; a 1 pint water Refuse ages bearing Imitations.the trade Trial mark "Calotabs."
package
son: From"these visits may grow an only
sparkling punch to serve duringmidafternoon % cup sugar ten cents; family package twenty-five
anti-democracy Balkan entente com- Crushed ice cents, at your dealer's (Adv.)

r a posed of Bulgaria, Yugo-Slavia and when everyone is Combine the fruit juices and wa-

Hungary, opposing the prodemocracy wilted and weary; ter. Add sugar.. Dip the rims of: Wisdom 'Failure
Through'
bloc composed of Rumania, :
oldfashionedlemonade tall beverage glasses in lime juice,
: ?Y Greece and Turkey. We learn wisdom from failure
fa for thirsty then in confectioners' sugar to make;
Greatest reason however wasGermany's frosted Allow to much'more-than from success. We
Lv.3; youngsters and a edge. dry. Half
apparent support of Bulgaria's -I .'- h grown folks, too; fill glasses with crushed ice, and often discover" what will do by
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long-standing territorial I } in the beverage. finding out what will not do.-
cool refresh- pour
or ,
,[ zU
RACKET BUSTER DEWEYEverybody's A' GL 2 Smiles. ,
claim to Dobruja, which she lost to I ing iced tea to Bowling Green Punch.

doing it. Rumania after the World war (see serve with meals, or whenever the (Serves 8-10)

evaders. This was the signal for map). Should enough RomeBerlinaxis occasion warrants. 3 cups orange pekoe tea infusionIce

Scripps-Howard Columnist Raymond pressure for return of this ternRUSSIA Iced tea is a summer standby, and MFOR '

Clapper to charge that Frank Mur- properly prepared it's truly deli- V/2 cups spiced syrup TENDERSKINfJ )
cious. Follow these simple rules for / cup lemon juice
phy was trying too hard to win the SNOW-WHITE
:vice presidential nomination. making it, if you like to serve to "Vt cup orange

2'.: your family and your guests the juicer
Meanwhile there
was arising an- 1 pint gingeralePour A Man's
HomeA
% clear, sparkling, faintly fragrant tea
other, administration
racket-busting
HUNGARY that's delightfully refreshing. warm or comfortable house is
program under guidance of the justice i a great
hot tea over ice.
I of It ranks immediately
Iced Tea. source happiness. -
department's Thurman W. Ar- ,
RUMANIA I l Add lemon and;
nold. Its aim: To drive trust prac- 1. Rinse teapot with boiling water. I j orange juice and! after health and a good
conscience.-Sydney Smith.
tices, price-fixing and collusion out 2. Place tea in teapotallowingone i II ,1\ I\I\I'' spiced syrup and:
of the U. S. building industry. The teaspoon of tea per cup to be -==::. \ mix thoroughly.;
.
day Mr. Arnold told his plans to LDOBRUJJ/ made. \ Add gingerale'just tRuth be miserable withMALARIA
the temporary national economic < 3. Pour freshly boiling water over before serv-

committee, Chicago Daily News' the tea leaves. ing. w iii
William H. Fort wrote from Wash- 4. Allow tea to steep-not boil-
and COLDS'when
ington that this was "obviously the for 3 to 5 minutes according to Get This New Book.

New Deal's most ambitious trust- ::BULGARIA: strength desired.. Old-fashioned cakes and modern C C C will check MALARIA fast and "

busting venture in its attempt to SeaBULGARIA'S 5. Cool hot tea infusion quickly by quick '- to make cakes, unusual U U U gives symptomatic cold relief

push young Tom Dewey's New York pouring it'over a generous supply of cookies and breads and favorite pies LIQUID.TABLETS.SALVE.NOSE DROPS
activities into the shade." chipped ice. -recipes for all these are included

Designing not, Thurman Ar- 6. Serve at once. Lemon slicesor in this easy-to-use, inexpensive cook
nold's drive bids fair to accomplish a sprig of mint may be used as book., You'll find hints on baking, Your PossessionsLet

something. With 140 lawyers and CLAIM an accompaniment if desired. too, to help you make your own spe- not thy mind run on what
an enlarged appropriation, the justice Yug -Slat'ia would also suffer. Ginger Julep. cial recipes "turn out still better"! thou lackest as'much' as on ,what

department expects to uncover Send 10 cents in coin to Eleanor thou hast' already.-Marcus Aure-
be placed against Rumania (Serves 4-5)
plenty of reasons why a metropolitan tory Howe, 919 North Michigan Avenue, lius.
Few mint
Adolf Hitler evidently sprigs
dweller runs into trouble when presumes Chicago, Ill., and get your copy of
2 lemons
King Carol might be persuaded to
he
wants to build a house. Alleged "Better Baking" now.
monopolistic devices drop his Anglo-French connections. % cup superfine powdered sugar Released Western Union.
: (1) fixing of ( by Newspaper ) A wonderful aid for boll
prices by producers of building ma- Biggest fallacy in Germany's plan 1 quart gingerale where a drawing agent Is
terials and trade associations; (2) for a pro-axis Balkan bloc is that Cracked ice Make Modern Laundry Out Indicated. Soothing and

use of joint selling agencies; (3) the Reich must support two nations Place the mint leaves and the Of Waste Space Upstairs 1 I comforting. Fine for chil-
control of sales and limiting of which want the same thing. Yugo- lemon rind, cut in strips, in a pitcher. dren and grown-upi. Prtctlcil. -
With the backof Waste space upstairs can'easily Economical.Future .
slavia
quantities elimination though leaning axis-wise
(4)
; of com- ,
= be fashioned into modern
laundry
crush a
,
a spoon,
petition by assigning business in could hardly be persuaded to ally
rotation the leaves and brightened up with paint and hung 'i 1
to the one next in turn. with Bulgaria if it meant surrenderof '
the rind. Add with some of those attractive low-
the land she gained from that
lemon juice and J/ -'- priced curtains that are always bob- \
nation
JAPAN after the
: great war. sugar, 'and place | // / bing up in such variety. If you Reward

No FoolingTwo SCIENCE in refrigerator for read floor plans of modern houses Think of ease but work on.-

: about an hour to ripen. When ready you have discovered the growing Herbert.ADVERTISING.

of Nippon years invaded ago this China month stormed the men Official Car to serve, add gingerale, and pourinto trend for off-the-kitchen-laundries.
tall glasses filled with crushedice. Equipment designed for such rooms
and Within the
Peking started the war which antarctic circle lie vast
washers that
includes them-
still iron coal and oil pump
remains officially undeclared. resources covetednot ATeooo

Anniversary time finds Japan at her only by the U. S. but by Norway, Old-Fashioned Lemonade. selves Ironing empty.has always been an DtUOSTOHS

wit's| end economically, enjoying an Germany and Great Britain. In pre- 1 cup sugar stairs operation, possibly because up-it
artificial wartime boom but never- vious trips to that region Rear Adm. 2 cups water is easier to transfer ironed clothesto LABGfOTTU MHNEIL'SMAGIC

theless ready to impose new taxes Richard E. Byrd staked out vast % cup lemon rind (grated) storing places without dan- 1..M US''!
and restrictions areas for the U. S. but % lemon juice proper
new on an already no official cup $1.10
ironers srr
of over-mussing. Many rr,.
ger REMEDYRHEUMATISMS
sorely pressed people. How much claim was ever made. Several 1 quart cold water have table tops that serve a real
longer the conflict will last is any- weeks ago congress appropriated Place the sugar, 2 cups water, and in the small kitchen and
,
body's guess, but certain it is that $340,000 for a land-staking expedi- the lemon rind in a saucepan. Cover there purpose washers tailored to kitchen S % lsssedRelie,
are
China grows more unified each day tion which Explorer Byrd will lead and cook for 5 minutes. Add size too.
and will be a thorn in Tokyo's side out of New York early next October, lemon juice and cold water. Chill ,!!

,for. years to come. hoping to claim approximately 675,. thoroughly, and garnish with a sprigof
What troubles Japan today more 000 square miles of antarctic wastes. mint or a marshmallow in each House Cleaning Is Made

than her Chinese problem is a sec- Equipment will include three glass. Easy by Use of VacuumThe

ond war, which international observers ships, the coast guard's Northland, Spiced Syrup. days 'are gone forever when,

agree is now an actuality. Admiral Byrd's Bear of Oakland, 2 cups granulated sugar to clean a rug thoroughly, it was V Is essential
The'opponents: Japan and Russia. and the ice breaker North Star. Also 1 cup water necessary to hang it on a clotheslineor V as
The participants: Japs and their taken will be ample air equipment, Pinch :salt
lay it on the grass and beat it E to business as is raif1 to
puppet Manchukuoans versus Rus- but what fascinates most landlub- 3 teaspoons whole cloves with a bamboo or steel wire con-
sians and their puppet Outer Mongolians bers is the "house on wheels." 6 inches stick cinnamon traption. R growing crops. It is the

Since wide crevasses in the ice Bring sugar, water, and :salt to Today, thanks to electricityand T in the arch of
For five years both nations have crust offer a mighty obstacle to explorers the boiling point and boil one min the vacuum cleaner, rug beat keystone

kept their troubles out of print by ordinary tractors are use- ute. Remove from fire and add ing is a thing of the past in millions success merchandising.I .
relying on convenient buffer states, less. At Chicago, therefore, Dr. spices. Cover and cool. 'Strain be- of homes. Moreover, in addi- S '
but by early June there were signsof Thomas E. Poulter announced he fore using. tion to eliminating much work and I Let us show you how toN

open hatred. Newspapers, first was building a huge new snow cruiser Iced Coffee. drudgery, the vacuum cleaner it business. .
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in Tokyo, then in Moscow, began 55 feet long, powered by diesel Prepare hot coffee in the usual raises practically no dust and thus apply to your )

boasting of incredible 'victories engines and tracked with endless manner making it a little strongerto greatly reduces the time requiredfor '
which never gibed with the enemy tread wheels.
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I' All Sandwiches Aren't on RyeJ "IMPROVEDUNIFORM INTERNATIONAL AROUND Items of Interest

| to the Housewife

SUNDAY iLesson the HOUSE I:: _.

This the British
I peruked gent
L By HAROLD L.. UUNDQU1ST. D. D.
threw
i fourth Earl of Sandwich, __ Dean of The Moody Bible Instituteof Keeping Meat Fresh-Vinegar 1 Use Underripe Fruit.-When

tremendous gambling parties in (Released by Western Chicago Newspaper Union.) rubbed over raw meat will keepit making jellies do not forget to use
his castle two centuries ago./ He fresh. fruits and berries underripe rather -

began serving steaks between slices Lesson for July 23 than overripe, for better con
of bread so his guests could grab Rustproofing Tinware.-Tinware sistency and flavor.
4 .f ; 3 will rust when in waterif .
the roulette t never put
without leaving
I a bite ir Lesson subjects and Scripture texts selected when it is it is well rubbed Changing the
wheel. He should have copyright. and t by International new, Bed.-Many people -
f t Council of Religious Education; used by with lard and thoroughly heated in prefer to change the bed more
ed the idea because today the permission. the oven. frequently, just changing the bot-
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sandwich is not only a quick lunch Is tom sheet and placing the top
ASA: A LIFE OF TRUST
I but an industrial. institution.. Improving Iced Tea.-Add as sheet in its place, rather than
I little grated orange and lemon changing both sheets at OHCP snri
y 6r9 LESSON TEXT-Il Chronicles 14212.
Y GOLDEN TEXT-Help us, 0 Lord our rind to iced tea for a delicate allowing a longer interval to
God; for we rest on thee.-II Chronicles flavor. A few chopped mint elapse between changings. It does,
14:11. leaves placed in the tea when seem to freshen up things more
'
steeping also give a subtle taste. often.
"In God we trust."

These are the words which appear -

on many of our United States Mrs. Clay Was Taking No
coins. Do we believe them? The. 10 SIG K-' oGL
s lesson for today reveals how real Chances AfterJThat! '
ssE
/ iY, '' < trust in God operates in the life ofa
y
I >> nation. The divine principles In a certain little village situated -
which were in effect 900 B.C. are in the backwoods where the

just as valid in A.D. 1900. A people were not overly ambitious,
prayerful consideration of them in there stood an 'old cottage, the
the Bible schools of our' land today door of which had to be lifted a

and the application of them to our little before it could be opened. There for the Feast
national life may mean more for For this a hatchet was
( purpose Wheresoever the carcass is,
rJ ; our country's welfare than the delib-. kept near by. there will the eagles be gathered
eration of statesmen or the opera-
One evening there was a knock together.
tion of agencies.
governmental
at the door, and the young son of
11 11i The story of the reign of Asa (one the house was sent to see who it
of the few godly sovereigns of the
i ;; ., nation of Judah) reveals that trustin was.
For example: The two gentlemen "Who is it?" inquired the lad,
God calls for an upright life, for
at the left are known as before opening the door.
>
1 "sandwich men" and they adver- faith.intelligent If we preparation trust God, prayer we shallI. and "It's me, Mrs. Clay," said the

tise ,anything from hardware to voice outside.
Make the Life .
d Right (vv. 2-5)
hamburgers up and down main Asa "did that which was good and Recognizing the voice, the boy
tr
Ll, street. Sportsmen have their right in the eyes of the Lord." called back to his mother: 1

i "sandwich boats" in the famous Only such a man or such a nationcan "It's Mrs. Clay, Mum. Whereis
;' Oxford-Cambridge bumpingraces. really trust God and count on the hatchet?" -

$4 I' At least four towns on this Him for guidance and blessing.Asa And when they opened the door, As You Design

continent (and the Sandwich islands destroyed the idols and placesof to their surprise their visitor was Every man is the architect of

I too) owe their names to heathen worship (vv. 3, 5)), but he nowhere to be seen. I his own fortune.
the nobleman. also turned his people to the true
gambling -
i God (v. 4)).

I ., Many are praying that America
may have such a revival, which will

result in the putting away of sin, M '
I which is becoming such a blatant

commonplace in our land, and a

.1 .12. } turning to the true God in repentantand
righteous living.II. .

Prepare With Care (vv. 6-10).
' Asa trusted God but he also made
\ every possible preparation for that o
I I G y:: / which his nation might face. In

II I time of peace he,fortified cities and

I j I i trained his army. This was intel- 0 4F'
a
1 ligent faith.

'.... We need not pray that God will ,

I keep us warm, if we do not gatherand

e'I N f I4Y ,.0 conserve the fuel which He
/ ; < .r 4 V has provided.. We must plant, har-
vest, and store the grain if we are
j jI to eat when winter comes. A proper" ONLY KELLOGG'S give

I I II preparation for the defense of our I t Afi LZIII4O you world-famous flavor
I country should precede our prayers.In which has made these crisp,

I I and through all it is God that golden-brown flakes the largest-
works, but at the same time He expects -
cereal in the
selling ready-to-eat
us to do what we can as He
enables us to serve Him. The world!

work of the Church. of Christ would ONLY KELLOGG'S
-- come
make great strides forward if His 5
t in the exclusive, new-type
to
: followers would that you
In industry the word "sandwich" means a recognize fact.
lamination (or division into thin plates or j :'We have no right to look for di- inner wrap which protects freshness -

layers) of materials such as wood, glass, f vine co-operation until we have done j1 and flavor in a way never
our best; we are not to sit with possible!
metal rubber for strengthand before
paper, or greater ,4
folded hands and
expect a complete
efficiency. One of the most spectacularof 4 /j 1
salvation to be wrought for us, and ,
these sandwiches is the new, steel-and- then to continue as idle spectators, .' 11114 Copr.1939 by Eellogz Company
rubber wheel for railway cars. Photo above s' of God's redemption of man- ?111

shows the rubber "sandwich" being placedin kind. We are to tax our resourcesto ill tI'

the wheel. The cross-section at the right the utmost, gather our hundredsof -t-i

shows how the rubber inserts prevent metal- ; soldiers; we are to work out : __
to-metal transmission of vibrn''on from rail pi our 'own salvation with fear and
trembling, for it is God which
received
axle. This which .
to new ,
.
process worketh in'us both to will and to do v 'i L"
one of its most successful applications in the j ff
t r of his good pleasure' (W. H. Ben- f '?
new subway cars at New York, is being used nett). : !! / .'

throughout the country. III. Pray With Assurance (v. 11). ;jPw. "
L ..ii** f. The Ethiopian host facing i Asa's
6 .. IfI/
army was so great that humanly
L speaking his distinction was hope- !
; $ less, but "one man with God at his MEANS CAREFREE DRllNG
!
> J'J' back is always a majority." Take

courage, Christian friends, trust .,v,4. 4sJ
God. Only be certain that you are
; ,4 ; ,on His side and that your life is
; t' right, and He will give victory.The .

I ___ secret of Asa's victorious
prayer was that he put no trust in

e himself, but did believe in God. 1F- .,
Says Alexander Maclaren: "My y i
consciousness of, need is my open- }
ing the door for God to come in. jc'f
Just as you always find the lakes in

r y 4CJu the hollows, so you will always find
the grace' God coming into men's
'; hearts to strengthen them and make
I/ them victorious when there has been 1
I
4 AfA the preparation of the lowered estimate -
of one's self. Hollow out

your heart by self-distrust, and God
'\ will fill it with the flashing watersof
His strength bestowed."

IV. Act in Faith (v. 12). .1
Asa went out to meet the Ethio-
pians, but he knew that God went
before him, and therefore he saw I

God smite them. When your car is mechanically in order ,

Right living, proper preparation, and Quaker State is in the crankcase..thenyou
and the prayer of faith must culminate -
__ believe that God is for us, let us State Motor Oil is pUT ...aad free. Each 3Reta price

The first "sandwich glass" was named after Sandwich, 'Mass., a Cape act as though we believed it and drop is scrupulously refined to provide you

Cod settlement whose formula for beautiful colored glass is now lost. step out with confidence to do His with rich, heat-resistant lubricant. Make

. Modern sandwich glass is safety plate glass for automobiles. In thee will, come what may. God honors Acid-Free Quaker State,your choice.
that kind of faith, whether it be on
above photo girls at the Libbey-Owens-Ford plant place paper-thin
Your will better last longer.Quaker
the of leading his car run ,
king
part a nation -
plastic filler between sheets of plate glass. A new "filler" has just into battle, or on the part of State Oil Refining Corp., Oil City, Penna..
I e, been perfected which has four times the strength and resilience of the humblest believer, seeking to -

former fillers. bear testimony for Him.





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PAGE FOUIt THE CLEWlSTOtf NEWS: FRIDAY, JULY 21, 'IfKJO

lations similar to those used at the a
News I ned as I encountered it coupled I ties" but no minority problem.In Cocoa Girl Wins
The Clewiston I world's greatest selling points.
with the name of one with this land of ours, this Amei! r
: I had been closely associated and ica, the 'common citizen may criti- In Essay Contest Live Oak's corps of warehousemen ;-

Published every Fridnv In Clewiston, I I had learned to love and greatly ad-I cise without restraint the policiesof include men well-known in

tic FlorKla. by the CLEWISTON NEWS, I mire,-W. MeL Christie. J JI his government or the aims of tobacco circles. Every one of them

II I I refusing to believe my the Chief Executive. He may vote Cocoa-Jo Barbara Cain, 16yearold has had marked success in market-
scious!! ; mind threw back sUb-COn-\\ as his judgment or his conscience high school student of this cityis
i Ing bright leaf, and is experiencedin
KKATIILEY- BOWIJEX, Editor I ling message to cry out "NO"- advises and not as' a ruler dictates.; receiving congratulations for

II I There must be some mistake, it I In this land of ours, this Amei winning first prize in the state-wide managing seals. Serving here this

Untered as second class mall matter I could have been John Doe, or Smith i ica, our songs are dedicated to essay contest conducted by the state season will be H. W. Gauchat and

"Icwlslon February'! ,1.Florida 1927, at, under the Post the Office Act ot In I I or Jones, but not "Christie". I and romance, the blue of the love,I department of the American Legion his sons, Hal Gauchat and Louis R.

March 3, 1897. I And stirred to life at the thought I I sails in the sunset and not to might: !Auxiliary. The subject of the con- Gauchat; Jeff Cozart; Leo Knott;
I in a vain effort to 'resist the shock or to a martyrdom to political caust.I test was "Americanism". Her essay
John Smothers and Jack Calhoun.
fe I'I' Our has been entered in the national
Subscription Rate ?2.00 Per Year. my startled mind began to paint national anthem has martial
verishly from the material stored I I words; difficult air. But if you I contest, to represent the state de.
AdlerLIing Raters On Application.Oevoted in its memory: cells. 1 1I i want to hear the organ roll give the partment of the Florida Legion Florida communities where WPA

Like candid camera shots, in I')I[people its companion-"America [Auxiliary administration offices and indoor
'
to the advancement and wel- I quick succession,' I visioned him ;i i of thee I sing." In lighter patrIotism I 'projects are located will be askedto

fMo of Clewis ton and Hendry County.A his office, on the stump, gavel inn! i we are nationally cosmopolitan. [Live Oak Market 'I' provide rent-free quarters, it is

hand as Speaker of the House, at Unitedly we sing of Dixie or of i(I announced this week by State Ad-

HIGHER WATER TABLE the luhcneon table with a friendly j I II Iowa: where the tall corn grows, of I II Opened Thursday ministrator Schroder.TO .
group, relaxed and enjoying himself! Springtime in the Rockies or of i I

Next Wednesday at the Clewiston I I with the gang at Moon Lake during California, here I come.. i iI N

school house the United States- En-the pre-session riding beside me in,I I In this land of ours, this ,America : -I Live Oak-Tobacco' warehouses WHOM THIS MAY CONCERN:

gineers will conduct ,a public het\r-I Senator Pepper's car during the I II I there is not a bomb-proof shelter opened here Thursday, July 20, and

ing with respect to further work on I I campaign, shooting clay pigeons' in': and a gas mask ,is a curiosity.: brisk activity marks the moving in I the Notice 12th day is hereby of August given, A. D.that 1939r upon or

the Lake Okeechobee-Caloosahat-]i competition with .loe Cawthon and j i It }s not needed that we' teach our lof leaf for the opening of ,sales as soon thereafter as the same map
heard the undersigned. PAULINE
be ,
chee flood control project and It is I'I Dan Chappell at Senator West-(i children where to run when death-I Tuesday, July 25. Local operators BERNER a married woman, residentof t
quite likely that the main subject i brook's lake cottage, speaking for I I hawks darken the sky. I are preparing; for an unusually good Hendry County, Florida, will applyto
of discussion at the hearing will be, I Senator's illness.I (sea -on. They point out that the one of the Honorable Judges of the
( Claude during the In this land of.. ours, this America Circuit Court and for' said County -
not flood control as in the past,I Always smiling, always courteous: troubles I market here has led the entire Flor- for a license to manage, take
our present or prospective -
but water control as the past dry! i ida-Georgia tobacco belt in price charge of and control her propertyand ,
friendly and cheerful he easily wont I come from within-come to become a free dealer in every
season has' shown very clearly is l the hearts of all who knew him. : from our own mistakes and inJureus 'averages for the last five years: and respect.Dated at LaBelle, Hendry Countv' ,

needed. I!I He wasn't "just another politician" 'alone. Our pledges of peace toward they fully expect the present sea- Florida, this 12th day of July, A. D.
AVe believe that there are few!! His record of public service! our neighbors are stronger son to maintain that high record. 1939. PAULINE BERNER. \

residents of Clewiston who would !i gave him the, unquestioned right toj II than ruler's promise or written The day before the sales begin DAVID ELMER WARD

not favor a higher water level in the title of "statesman" and in his treaty. We guarantee them by devoting warehousemen will determine by lot Attorney for ,Petitioner.!
July 14, 21, 28, Aug. 4.
Lake Okeechobee. We believe there untimely passing:: Florida lost a i our resources, greater than which floors will receive first, sales,

are few residents of the entire lake I man who would and could have the resources of any other nationto and with two sets of salaried buy-

area who would protest against I done much to advance her welfare.I upbuilding the industries of ers on hand, business is expected A'OTICENotice

such a raise with the exception of I j Through the length and breadth I peace. We strut no armed might I to move swiftly and smoothly. is hereby given that 1,
the comparatively few farmers re- of the state are countless others i that could be ours. We cause lio Among the men assigned to the local Willie Battle, who was convicted in

siding on the islands In the lake, who like myself knew and loved ) nation in our half of the world to market this year, are some of the Fla.,Circuit at the Court Feb. 23 of term Hendry thereof County, A.,

namely Ritta:, Torrey, Kraemer and and called him FRIEND and fear us.. None does fear us,' nor arm the best in the business. Speculators D., 1938 of the offense of Murder in
Itl I
Observation. The interests of these of us I'm sure, are grateful that against us. are controlled by a Tobacco the First Degree.Vlth a Recommendation -
I of : and sentenced therefor
parties will, in all probability, have i was our privilege to have, known I In this land ol> ours, this AmerIca Board of Trade, incorporated under to Life, Mercy will apply for clemency to
to be purchased by ,the government. I him. And in the lives of those he the lays of the State of Florida, 1 the Board of Pardons Tallahn sco.
I we have illuminated the true Florida at Its next regular meeting.
An opportunity will be given ut I touched: there must remain bit of 'road to permanent peace. But thatis I and governed by rules and regu,, 'WILLIE BATTLE.

the hearing for everyone to express i hina, spark sent out from his I 1 not the sole moral sought here" .----
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his views on the subject but the i warm strong personality that wen I to be drawn. Rather, it is that the '

district engineer warns that written! turn will pass on so that his blessings of liberty and equalityand I NOTICENOTICE

testimony with actual facts presented scope of influence will ever widen,I peace that have been herein I" < .\ ,:; :

will go further than oral! for while death may strike the manit recounted are possessed nowhere in rr
So those who cannot stay the effects of his '
testimony. are par- the same measure in Europe or
particularly interested should pre words and deeds which, live after I Asia and wane or disappear as r is hereby given that the following described lands, ''orb c.sI

pare a written report and mail itJ him and continue to make the one nears or enters a land of dictatorship much thereof as'will be necessary to pay' the amount due for taxes
to the district office in Jacksonville world a better place in which to of whatever brand. This I herein set opposite. to the same, together with the costs of such 'sale

prior to the hearing or hand it to I live.And : liberty, this equality, this peace, and advertising, will be sold at public auction on the seventh day of
Col. Watkins here next Wednesday. there isn't much more 1 are imbedded in the American form August, 1939, beginning at twelve o'clock noon, at the City Hall of the
guess that one can say, unless I City of Clewiston, Florida. "
3f government. We shall ever retain R. Y. PATTERSON,
SUGAR TALKS: CONCLUDED maybe I migh sum up in a homely : them if foreign isms that would dig h I .. Tax Collector, City of Clewiston.
expression, a depth of feeling thai 1 j J
!them out and destroy them are barred -
Wtih this issue the current seriesof every' real man will concur in and I from our shores. If you cherish I

"Sugar Talks" written by Clar- understand, "He was a good scout this liberty, this equality, this peace .

ence' R- Bitting, president of the I and a regular fllow"-A tribute I'that is peace material and peace DgSCRn"TIOX i or Amount'l'axec
United States Sugar Corporation, i i3, that wells up from the hearts of spiritual-then defend with all] OF LAND OWNER And Coct 1

ended. It. is probable that the series; I men when there is a lump in their your might the ,American ideal of
will continue when Mr. Bitting returns -I throats and an empty feeling 'deer government.
from his vacation the latter]i i down inside and '''their true emotions r

part; of August., I, seek release. St. Augustine PlansRestoration (Lot 23 Block 22 __..___.------ E. :T. Feuchting'er ..._________... 5.30
The articles well-written And responsive hearts answer,'j Lot 27 Block 160 _.__________-: H. T. Oglesby -______ 30.30
are "HE WAS". Lot 28 mock 160' ___:_.__.".____. H. T. Oglesby ....._-.-._-...-_ 30.30
interesting in every ,detail' and most I' SURE Lot 1 Block 162 _.., .:..__.___.__.____ Mrs. C. D. Morris _____W__. 4.30
enlightening and feel that Program Lot 7 Block lfi7 _...__._...____.___ S. T. Feuchtinger __-__ 4.30
we sure _._._..______..._... 30.30Lot
MY COUNTRY 'TIS OF THEE Lots 35, 36 mock 167..._____..__.-_._..:. Thos. B. Shelley
the series has done much to bring' 1 Block 1/)9/) ___.__.._____.__._ Th05. D. Shelley _-_.-__._.--... 5.30
the problem faced by Florida truck I Lot 6: Block 172 ____.-____ S. F. I'euchtinger __.__.__ 4.70
St. Augustine-While Mayor Lot H Block 172 ___ ._____...: _._ Eugene Feuchtinger "---- 5.30
(Editor's note: The following -
and cane farmers to the attention Whalen invites us to visit "The Lot 23 Block 173 _.__._.....__._._____.. Mrs. May S. Ames ___..___-_.__ 80.30
of thousands of people in the nation. editorial, written-by R. G. Calvert Lot 23 Block 176 _______..___.._ I). T. Johnson _...._..__..._.______ 4.30
World of To-morrow" and the national --.E._ _.._ A. Caldwell Estate 3.70
176- __ -----
and printed in the October 2, 1938 Lot 27 mock
New and needed sugar legislation trend is toward modernization Lot 16 Block 202 ________ Leroy H. Dorsey __._.._____ 4.30
edition of the Portland (Ore.) Ore- Lot 11 Block 203 ____.._.._..____ _.__..._ F.V.. Iverson __.__._.____ 4.70
-
has been crowded out in the present while fleet airplanes, streamlined _._.____.___._ 4.70
Lot 18 Block 203 _...._______...! ;._____ .Julia Sharke
session of Congress and it -I I trains and motor 203' .____ Mary King ____.____ 1.70
seems speedy cars Lot 19 mock
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Lot 20 mock 203 _..._..___._..__...._.___ Ella Kane ._.._._._...._____._ 4.70
likely that the ,adjournment will torial writing.") attempt to carry a fast-moving Lot 25 Block 355 __.____..__._.___ Bernard R. Payne __._____.__ 3.50
find nothing 'done toward passageof world even faster, at least one Lot 30 Block 356 ____..._________ .-"._ T. P. Waddell ,--.-.----.---.. 3.50
In this land of ours, this America I Block 357 _..____..__ Fred A. Meng-c _-'-_...____". ._ 3.50
Lot 9
this legislation. However, Florida 'Mayor" is thinking in terms of : ..._..._ Marjorie L. Durg-In ...,.. .. .. -M 3.50
; the man we choose as leader Lot 4 Block 358 ...._._.____....___.____- -- -
Congressmen have just begun to insignia I the past and would turn back the I Lot 1,9 Block: 358 ___..,..__.___.__.__ E. A. Caldwell Estate '__..__._. 4.30
dons at no time uniform or Henry J. .,..-- -- 6.70
fight and will continue their efforts to 'denote his constitutional positionas years to transform his city into :a(Lot Lots.45 41 Block and 42.361 Block_..._..._..__358__._.__;.__.'. Eugene Stephens .-'..-.--'- 4.30
for a fair deal for the farmers back hIstoric national shrine and preserve Lot 8 Block 362 __._._.._..__.___.._.__. Mrs. E. A. .. ._..._.____ 20.30
home if their constituents demand Commander' in Chief of armed Lot 31 Block 362 ....__._::.._._._.__. Mrs. F. H.' Emerson' -__.._ 4.30
forces. No member of his Cabinet for all time the ancient landmarks Lot 8 mock 367 _. ..___._.___ Clewiston Dry Goods Co. _..-_ 2.70 -
such action. Florida voters are and historic glory of Amer- Lots 13. 14 Block 377w..._._.__..____ R. C. NowlIng ___.-__"._ 401.30
no civil subordinate, ever attires Erickson _._...._______ 2.30
Lot 3 Block 381 ___._._._..___ Elmer A.
aroused by present discriminatory himself in garments significant of ca's. oldest city. Lc 15 Block 451'______..__.__..__._." Harvey Guthrie _._..._.._.______ 4.30
treaties and acts and the injustice With the discovery of an ancient Lot 23 Block 417 ._.__._..;_.._._.__._.._." Eugene Feuchtlnger ._-__ 3.50
__._..._.__..__.__,. ..70A ,
is seen by thousands of friends in military power.In Lot 8 Block 495 ._._.________.___.__ J.V.. Daughtrey .
,
Indian burial mound his "Foun-
on
other states. 'I this land of ours, this Amer-
tain of Youth" properties, Mayor:
ica, the, average citizen sees so little -
With his "Sugar Talks:' and in of the army that he has not Walter_ B. Frazier conceived the<

other ways Mr. Bitting has made learned to distinguish between a I idea of a restoration program that ;@UIIIIIIII'Tiiimlfill@'liilllllllllll- : ,:\ !i-, !. : IIIIIII'11IIII'- 'r i -ll1ill1JillJl.rt.JililliIIIIIII- = ,--!- '.-( -=llllllli=- l L.

the entire state, conscious of the I( major and a lieutenant from his would protect and safeguard his: I -q.- ..
fact that thousands of unemployed city's historic landmarks, and it
:shoulder straps. When the Chief
are deprived of legitimate employ' Executive addresses his fellow- has been largely through his untiring :: THE TELEPHONE :i:

ment because of the trade relations countrymen they gather about him effort that the Carnegie Institution i' '

of Uncle Sam with foreign countries within handclasp distance. Goose- of Washington, the Federal

and sooner or later their de- stepping regiments are not paraded government; and the City of St. Augustine :: THE OPEN DOOR :;:
mands for correction will be heard has been sold on the project +
before him. When he speaks to the A
by Congress. civilian population it is not over that is now under way. 'A A t'

rank upon rank of helmeted heads.In No city in the nation is richer in ., -:. :- ._.
.1 yI
this land of ours, this America historical interest than St. Augus-
.:..:.....:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..;..:..;..:..:..:..:..:..:.;.....:..:. there is no tramp of military tine. Site of a Timucusn village of

boots to entertain the visiting I, 000 )'ears'ago, visited in 1512 by I :": Can you afford to close the door in ::

Too Late To ClassifyBy statesman. There is no effort to affright Ponce de Leon, founded in 1565, consid- ::
'' I the face of friends for a
::
him with display: of mobile here are today 75 monuments of :!: your

RUSSELL KAY cannon or of facility for mass pro- the past standing in the city streets :: eration of less than iOc 1 ; per day? :.:

.: .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:,.:..:..:..:..:,.:..:..:.,:. duction, of aerial bombers.In and many of them have not changed -I
this land of ours, this Americano since the days .of Spanish rule. ::

youth is conscripted to labor on Fort Marion, the Old Slave Market,, .:4:: In times of emergency, sickness or
Death, grim and; terrible climbs the' cathedral built in 1793 the ..
devices of defense; military train- ,
in beside the driver or parks himself :;: death, the telephone is your nearest :::
ing he may take or leave at option. famed Fountain ,of Youth, the Indian -
on the lap of a passenger to There is no armed force consistent Burial Ground, and the Oldest :!: neighbor. :*:

ride', the nation's highways. The i \Vith a policy of aggression. The School being among the better .. I I ":.'
headline, "Killed in Auto CrasVhas .. I. :
I navy is built against no menace known landmarks.The .
become so commonplace the Make end to isolation by seeing :;:
from the Western Hemisphere, but Restoration of St. Augustine :: an

average learn the reader details.It seldom. bothers to I I wholly for defense against that under the auspices' of the Carnegie :;: our manager today for telephone :iss ;:
which threaten from .
Europeor
may
Institution of Washington will give .. I' .:.'
is only when such gruesome Asia. FlorIda an attraction of even greater .:. serVIce. :
headlines .herald the tragic passingof In this land of ours, this Amer- interest and historical appeal

a friend or loved \one that there ica, one third of the population is than Williamsburg in Virginia and A :.

comes home" to us the true realization foreign born or native born of for- Mayor Fraser believes the restoration ;A;: -.e. .._' _.

of what the familiar story eign or mixed parentage. Our numerous project will be the initial step, :: :;:
really means. : ..
"minorities" come from toward a similar program for the I :
Yet each sterotyped heading that fourteen nations. The native born, entire state, particularly its fortifications i .i' '::
you and I pass up so lightly, bring whatever his descent his: all politi- missions, and ancient Indian :;: INTER COUNTY TELEPHONE !

tears and heavy hearts to others. I cal and other rights possessed by sites. This opinion is based A A

! To someone somewhere each fear- him who traces. his ancestry to the on an announcement by the United & TELEGRAPH COMPANY iA
some account of "sudden death"]I founding fathers. The foreign born | States Department of Interior, that '

strikes a brutal blow. I I I of races that are assimilable area! St. Augustine and its surrounding I l .:. J..
I
And so last week that familiar 'admitted to all these AI
privileges} if area had been declared eligible as a
headline left uie shocked and stun- ther want them. We have "minori national historic site, I I 1I_ IYIfii! !lIIIIIllillli''J! lll llllllllli! J li llUIIIII !!!!! llr



FRIDAY, JULY 21, 1030. THE CLEWISTOX NEWS( PAGE FIVE
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) : ,1 I Miss Alice Stelnholtz, who teaches J Devotions; in honor of Our Ladyof -: 'summer wardrobe of underwear en-I contended that it had., the authority

; es in the local school, has returnedto Perpetual Help are conductedFriday : lirely to porous knit cottons which
Personais I Clewiston after a vacation in I evenings at 8 o'clock, fol. require no ironing. They are easy f Ito remove alien recipients of Old

[ 1 Orlando and Daytona and is teach, lowed by Benediction of the Most,, to wash and require no special Age Assistance and Aid to the

ing piano and tap classes during the:/Blessed Sacrament. 'handling in laundering. Whatever Blind by amending the state plan,

summer vacation.Mr. Religious Instruction: Class for fabric is used, it is wise not to delay and had adopted resolutions to this -

children Saturday morning at nine too long between the wearingand )effect and ordered the: rolls purged
Mir and Mrs. S. L. Crochet spent and' Mrs. C. A. Kolstad of here in Clewiston, and after Sunday washing, because persperationtends !
Wednesday in West Palm Beach. Pahokee, Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Kol- Mass in Pahokee. to destroy the fibers. immediately go as to leave more'
I stad K., Kolstad of funds for distrIbution'among needy
and C. Lake Bedtime comfort is
! ------ The Mass schedule of Pahokee Is particularly
Worth were guests of Mr. and Mrs. the desirable in summer ,so that citizens.
10:30
J L. C. Reddish has returned from every Sunday excepting sleep
I a visit with relatives In Orlando. H. C. Kolstad Sunday.S. J last Sunday of the month, when will be restful and undisturbed. An .

I Mass is at eight o'clock. The public aid to this may often be a leisurely

C. V. Parkinson spent a coupleof I W. Houser, of Jacksonville, regardless of religious belief, bath before retiring, blotting the
days this week in Miami. was a business visitor In Clewistonover I is always welcome in this church. moisture with a clean towel. Fric- Is Your Subscription Paid?
the week-end. Mr. Houser, who tion caused by rubbing ,may nullifythe
I was recently sent to Jacksonvilleby cooling effect of the bath
Dr. and Mrs. B. A. Bourne and CLEtt'ISTON COMMUNITY:
the U. S. Engineers, has been CHURCH Sheets and pillow cases should be
family have returned from a vaca-
I given a permanent transfer to that crisp and' clean and night clothes I
tion stay in Western North Carolina. Royal Palm Avenue J. EV2. COUSE
city. should be loose
Forest C. Taylor Minister porous and changed -
Mrs. W. T. often. Counselor and Attorney at Law
: Wheeless is visiting "
Mr. ,and Mrs. A. R. Broadfoot, Sunday school every Sunday Hopkins
Tier daughter, Mrs.: James M. Boyd The soothing effects of being Building
Billy, Barbara and Bobby Broadfootleft morning at 9:45. B., C. Flaniken, Wednesdays and Saturdays '
and family in Fort Myers. II clean all over are so gratifying and I
Tuesday for a three weeks stay superintendent. do so much to keep tempers sweet 0:30 to 4:00
at Fort Myers Beach. They were Morning worship and sermon at
Mrs. C. W. McDonald and chil- and nerves calm that the "trouble"of
joined there by Mrs. Broadfoot's eleven o'clock.
dren of Belle Glade were visitorsin cleansing :is sheer joy. I
Clewiston Saturday.: brother, Lee Johnson and his brideof The Christian Endeavor meeting

1 Lansing, Michigan. .I.will be held Monday evening at FARMS:: &; ING CHECKEDFOR :

Mr._ and Mrs. Zerney Meredithand seven o'clock. PERFORMANCE IN
:Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Kelly return-J
daughter Patsy, left Thursdayfor ) CONSERVATION WORKGainesville
ed Sunday from a trip of several FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
a visit in Jacksonville. I
weeks, during which they visited I Corner Ventura and Central Avenues Fla.-Nearly half of

; Mrs. Keathley Bowden and! sons the World's; Fair in New York and I "The Friendly Church" the 44,410 Florida farms whose
the Fair in San Francisco. Making I
Kay and Paul, spent Sunday with operators are participating In the
relatives 'in Okeechobee.Bob the trip by train they made stops at I Services Every Sunday: agricultural conservation program I
points of interest along their I 0
many Sunday School at 9:45 a. m. B. have been checked for performance,
Logan left Tuesday for a route, New Orleans, Grand Canyon i E. Herring, Supt. I says H. G. Clayton, state AAA ad-
Boulder Dam, Yosemite Valley,
visit with his mother in Pabble- II Morning Worship 11 a. m. ministrative officer, who adds that
ville, Indiana. Chicago, Washington and others. ) checking on the others should he
they also visited Mr. Kelly's parents B. Y. P. U. 7:00 p. m. A. HiKing : I
I completed not later than early Aug-
director. Mrs. Herman Davis
in Kansas City. ,
ConsiderItas
Mrs. Josephine Knight and Mrs. ust.
I associate.
W. E. Bolton spent Tuesday in Farmers in 65 'of the state's 67 ,
SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASS ENJOYS, Evening Preaching at 8 p. m.
West Palm Beach. counties, are participating in the
CANDY PULLING FRIDAY I AngUs
! Midweek service every Wednesday program, Clayton says. The only: -
I Mr. and Mrs. C. Nelson, Mrs. O. evening at 8 p. m. counties where no farms are listed I II
C. Landon and. son, Leonard, have Mrs. Carl Johnson entertained W. M. S. each 2nd and 4th Tues- I I are Monroe and Franklin. .I' /\wr> >9 your own home is real
members of her Sunday School class Perform-I.' because thelandlord's
Save
economy
returned \ you
from a months vacation. day at 3:30 at the church, Mrs. A. ance checks will
with a candy pulling at her home I profit. Any family need
) R., Broadfoot, president. farmers are eligible for benefit
in the Schult apartments Friday af- ing a home will do well to look at
Jerry Berry of Pahokee was a Sunday School officers and payments and other grants from the
ternoon. our selection of homes and
business. visitor in Clewiston Tues- I teachers' meet Wednesday at 7 p. federal ,government through the Agricultural before real estate values increase buy i .I
Those and
day. enjoying making pulling Adjustment Administration -
The public is cordially invited to farther.We will gladly help .
old fashioned molasses candy you
and the amount of these pay: J
all services.The attain
attend debt-free
of
A.Y.. Johnston has returned were Christine Espenlaub, Shirley ments. ownership your
from a visit with his mother in Milton Benbow, Anne Prewitt, Rachel Miner Sunbeams will meet on Monday The grants are earned through home thru payments like rent.

Pennsylvania. ,. Carol Augur, Bub Mills, Kay afternoon at 3:30 at the church, diverting acreages from soildepleting -
Charles Benbow Charles Mrs. M. J. Blount counselor.The .
Bowden, ; to soil-building crops, con- Clewiston Federal
Mr. and Mrs E. M. Cornette, Miner, Richard Knight, Vollney G. A.'s will meet at 3:30 struction of terraces, planting of

Edythe Nell and Sue Cornette, are Robbins, Roy Hatch, Alfred Dodge, Monday afternoon at the home of forest trees, and similar activity. Savings and Loan
Jimmy Johnson, Bobby Smith and Mrs. H. E. Walker. Mrs. Arch Clayton points out that farmers who

relatives ; Bevoly Flaniken. Hodges, counselor. have not yet earned all of the pay- AssociationGood

I ments for which they are eligible

Hal Frierson, who is enjoying a GIRLS IN AUXILIARY PASS I Hints To HousewivesRELIEF may still do so by planting crotal-
two weeks vacation, is spending a TESTS AT MONDAY MEETING aria or other summer legume, 'establishing -

portion of this time with friends and fertilizing permanent
I
and relatives in Fort Myers. Members of the Girls' Auxiliary FROM HEAT pastures, planting winter legumes,

13' of the First Baptist Church met ford i setting forest trees, turning under

I Mrs. L. H. Freeman of St. Petersburg their monthly program meeting Miss Ruby 1\IcDa\i, State Home green manure crops, and constructing -

I r-. arrived today to spend the Monday afternoon at the home off I I.Mrs. Demonstration Department specialist terraces. .. FarmLand

\{'-' week-end with her sister, Mrs. R. H. E. Walker with eight members -\ calls attention to the following Aerial photographs have been
'- R. Hooks and Mr. Hooks. and two visitors present. timely information from a bulletin made of all lands in many of the
I issued by the Association of Amer-
Joan Walker, Doris Hodges Bar-I principal farming counties. Where
I Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Lovvorn left) bam Broadfoot and Doris Simmons I ican Soap and Glycerine Producers. available, these are being utilizedto t '

j Saturday for a vacation trip of two passed their first Maiden Test. After During warm weather some peo- check performance. In other 1

I weeks. They are visiting in South : the program refreshments of peanut ple raise the question, "How oftenis areas plane table maps and, chain for Rent
Carolina and North Carolina. : butter, smacks and iced punch were it safe to take a bath?" Under measurements are used.

I I served by the hostess. the persistent onslaught of the sun

Charles Christian is expected Attending were Alice Ann ,Mi- when bodies are bathed in perspir- Aliens Are Back

home today from Bay Pines Hos- lander, Doris Simmons, Mamie ation and nerves are jangling, it

pital where he has been 'a patientfor Trice, Marilyn Davis, Wilma Jean I becomes. temptation to stand un- On Welfare Rolls
the past few weeks. I Tingle, Elizabeth Wynn, Doris der the shower or lie in the tub !

Hodges, Joan Walker, Mildred Hen-several times a day.

Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Sec-til of derson of Ocala, Naomi Preston of Doctors assure us that we may Jacksonville-Florida's alien recipients TrespassersWill
I Palm Beach and their guests from Lake Worth and Mrs. Arch Hodges, I safely seek the refreshment of a of Old Age Assistance and

New Jersey, spent Friday in Clew- leader. I bath as often as we feel that it will Aid to the Blind are back on the Be

iston. add to our comfort. To suffer from public assistance payrolls having

MRS. L. C. MILLER- WINNER OF i!heat, when respite can be obtained been restored by the State Welfare I ProsecutedCJeviston

Miss: Beatrice Jacobs, Emmett HIGH SCORE AT BRIDGE CLUB from a bath or shower is folly. To Board at its July meeting here. I
Shelley, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Larsen I get the maximum relief, however, As a result Social Security Board

spent Sunday afternoon on the Mrs. Dave Alston entertained the doctors advise that the bath waterbe matching funds are again available

beach at Palm Beach. Wednesday Afternoon Bridge Clubat slightly warm. A cold shower having been held up temporarily

the Inn this week. High score may, seem gratifying at the momentbut pending an opinion by Attorney I
Harry Byers is spending a two prize, a package of Old Spice cosmetics the body' quickly sets "up re- General George Couper Gibbs as to
weeks' vacation making a motor went to Mrs. Leslie Miller actions that rush the blood to the the meaning of an amendment to ,

trip ,to Texas and other Western and cut prize, a pair of kitchen surface and counteract the momen- the State Welfare Act adopted by Realty And
'
states. towels to Mrs. Robert, N.: Smith. I tary coolness. A warmish bath on the 1939 Legislature. Gibbs held

Salad, sandwiches and iced teal the other hand, produces a cooling that the clause denying Old Age
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Graham and were served at the conclusion of I aftermath which lasts longer. Assistance to persons who are residents DevelopmentCorporation

daughters, Florence, Kathryn and I the bridge games. ] When a diminished water supplyor in Florida but are not citizensof

Sally, have returned from a visit Playing were Mrs. Alston, lack of a bath tub makes a full the United States did not be-

in Jacksonville f and South Georgia. Miller, Mrs. Smith, Mrs. T. B. Mrs'l bath impossible, a very satisfactoryway come effective until January 1,
ley, Mrs. I. M. Pafford, Mrs. 1940.
Felix H. Williams of the Jack- of cooling off is to bathe the
sonville district U, S. Engineer office Thomas, Mrs. C. L. Downs and Mrs. face and neck frequently. A wash The State Welfare Board had

is Keathley Bowden. cloth wrung loosely in a basin of
spending several days this ------------- '

week in the Clewiston su -offlce. I lukewarm soapy water and applied ....................... ...... ................................ .........
I CARD OF THANKSWe :: gently without friction will serve .:..;..;..;..;..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:.:..:.:.: : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : :

Mr.:. and Mrs. M. E. VonMach 1 this purpose. Rinse the face and

Eleanor, Sue and Corinne Von want to express our appreciation neck with clear' water after the 1 ONE VACANCY t
I Mach returned this week from Miami to the many friends for soapy application.Areas -
I Beach their expressions of sympathy fol-
where they have been ?
of the body which perspire
I ::
for a few weeks. lowing the death of Donald C. Ar- ::: ;
most in .
freely require special care
nette. Sagamore Court ; :
the summer not only'for the sake :;: .
Mr. and Mrs. Carawan Nelson re- '-i-j' t '-
Mrs. Lillian Arnette and family. ..
I utrned the past week-end from a I of personal comfort but also to .:;. ., 4 rooms unfurnished :' _:
vacation I Ir I avoid odors, that become .more evident '
trip through Alabama, \: :::
to others than to ourselves. :;: }" ; ,:
1 I I Mississippi.. Louisiana and Arkansas. r millm :jl lmfilllmm! !! mOOmlill[ ll I A lukewarm foot bath is another .:. '.:.' '>, Select Neighbors >;-\-;:, .!-

I helpful aid to comfort but \ ::
WITH THE summer :: ;
Rev. J. H. Hardy of Holly Hill, C .__
I also to avoid odors that become .22.50; 4"
'' .
Fla.; was a visitor in Clewiston G : : '
Churches more evident to others than to oui- '' :
t over the week-end. Rev. Hardy = selves. 't y: r Y Y

preached at the Baptist Church at LFj A lukewarm foot bath is another : :::
r ::
d See Art Lawrence '
both morning and evening services !f [f GPu.,. NN.II" _! helpful aid to summer conifer:::,,_. .J. YI ;

Feet that swell because of the heat :i: _- :z:
Mrs. W. M. Bradnack is leaving ST. MARGARET'S CATHOLIC : I .
today for a trip of several weeks CHURCH and the confines of snug' shoes will I .;. ', _, :-

She jvill visit in Jacksonville and Rev. Lawrence J. Flynn, Pa.<;tor I I be greatly eased by soaking them in :'
Brunswick: before going on to a basin of sudsy water that Is :'sei- BEARDSLEY .
Connecticut for a visit with her Mass each Sunday morning a I I ther too hot nor too cold. When the ? j. E. -I
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father. 8 o'clock, excepting the last Sun feet are relaxed and cool, the entire I ,
day of the month when the time is body takes on a more comfortable.
Keith Haitsfield, who spent his 10:30. feeling. ,
vacation in Chicago, has returned Confessions are heard every ,Sat- Keeping the body refreshed :!: Real Estate :!:

I to Clewiston. Mrs. Hartsfield and urday evening from 7:30 until 8:30 through frequent baths should be .

their baby are planning to move and before all the Masses. accompanied by changes of clothing, I :?: HOPKINS BLDG. PHONE 66 :i

0 from Fort Myers to. Clewiston in Week-day Mass every morning at particularly underwear. In home I"X
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Your Attitude Counts

What happens doesn't matter so

much as how you take it.

No unschooled man is' rude to

By TEMPLE BAILEY. the learned if he has any sense

I himself.

O PENN PUBLISHING COMPANY-WNU SERVICE People who have thrift must pay

high taxes because those who

haven't don't pay any.

SYNOPSISYoung door. "Won't you come in?" Jane 1 There were gay sparks in his I her, and picked up the bag which Show You Are In!

said. eyes. "We'll call it that." she had dropped. Do what you can for the cause

pretty Jane Barnes, who lived "No, I've got to get back. I She blew a kiss to him from the Thank you so much." Her voice you believe in, if it is only to

with her brother. Baldwin. In Sherwood only ran over for a moment. 1 I : tips of her fingers. "They are per- was low and pleasing. He saw that march in the parade. '

Park Impressed, near when Washington she read, was that not rich particularly, attractive have to have a daily sip of you, I fectly sweet., And we can have an she was young, that her skin was Knowledge breeds more doubt

Edith Towne had been left at the altar Jane." omelette. Only if we eat any more very fair, and that the hair which than ignorance.

by Delafield Slmms. wealthy New Yorker. "Baldy's bringing a steak for din- eggs, we'll be 'flapping our wings." swept over her ears was pale gold,

ner. Help us eat it." "I don't care what we have. I but most of all, he saw that her
but Mother would be were burning blue. He had Cushion Covers That
CHAPTER IContinued2 Sorry, am so hungry I could eat a house. eyes

alone." He went back up the stairs, laugh- never seen eyes quite like them. The Are Easy to RemoveBy

Down the path Jane went;the two "When shall I talk to her?" old, poets would have called them

pussy-cats like small shadows in "There's" hurry. The cousinsare ing.Jane, breaking eggs into a bowl, sapphire but' sapphires do not t
for the opening of flame. RUTH WYETH SPEARS
her wake, until suddenly a voice staying on meditated on the nonchalance of

came out of the dark. Congress. Jane dear, don't despise men. She meditated, too, on the "It was so silly of me to try to do } EAR MRS. SPEARS: I have

"I believe it is little Jane meHis voicebroke., mystery of Baldy's mood. The flow- it," she was protesting, "but I *- both of your books and they

"Evans, as if I could." ers were evidence of high exalta- I thought it might be a short cut-" certainly have been a help to me.
Barnes.
"Oh is that Again her hand was on his arm. tion. He did not often lend him- I He wondered what her destination I[ ,followed your directions in
She stopped. you
Evans?Isn't it a heavenly night?" He laid his own over it. "You'rethe self to such extravagance.He might be that this remote path Book 1 for making all of my slip
"
; best ever, Janey, he said, hUSk-I came down presently and should lead to it. But all he said covers. Recently I started a wall
"I'm not sure.
that ily-and presently he went, helped carry in the belated dinner. was, "High heels aren't made for- hanging of crewel work embroidery -
"Don't talk way.
Jane going in, found that Baldy : The potatoes lay like withered leavesin mountain climbing that required many stitches
"Why not?
evening like this is had telephoned.' "He kain't git .a silver dish, the cornbread wasa "They aren't made for anything," that were new to me. I found
"Because an "
like wine-it to my head." here until seven, Sophy told her. wrinkled wreck, the pudding a she said, looking down at the steel- them all clearly diagramed in
goes
like wine he told her. "You had better run along home," travesty. Only Jane's omelette anda buckled slippers, "useful." Book 2, and was certainly glad I
"You ,
are do do it?" Jane told her. "I'll cook the lettuce salad had escaped the "Let me help you up the hill." had it to turn to. .
"Jane how
you steak when it comes." of "I "I interested in
blight delay. don't want to go up. am now coveringseat

"Do what? and Sophy was old and she was tired. Then, too, there was Philomel, He surveyed the steep incline. "I cushions for our dinette. Can

"Hold the pose" of youth joy Life hadn't been easy. The son who singing. Jane drew a cup of coffee am perfectly sure you don't wantto

and happiness? was to have been the prop of her old hot and strong, and set it at herbrother's go down."

"You know it isn't "a pose. I just age had been killed in France. place. The violets were "I do," she hesitated., "but I sup- SLOE i r'

feel that way, Evans. There was a daughter's daughterwho in the center of the table, the cats pose I can't."

"My dear, I believe you do. had gone north and who now purring on the hearth. He had a sudden inspiration. "CanI 3trra 'a 2

He limped a little as he walked and then sent money. Old Sophy Jane loved her little home with take you anywhere? My little fliv-

beside her. He was tall and gaunt. did not know where her granddaughter almost passionate intensity. She ver is up there on the bridge. Would

Almost grotesquely tall. Yet when got the money, but it was goodto ,loved to have Baldy in a mood like you mind that?"

he had gone to war he had not have it when it came. But it was this-things right once more with "Would I mind if a life-line were

seemed in the least grotesque. He not enough, so old Sophy worked. his world. thrown. to me in mid-ocean?" Shesaid BOTTOM OF I= r

had been tall but.not thin, and he "I hates to leave you here alone She knew it was so by the ring of it lightly, but he fancied there CUSHION

had gone in all the glory of his Miss Janey." his voice, the cock of his head- was a note of high hope.

splendid youth. "Oh, run along, Sophy. Baldy will hence she was not in the least sur- They went, up the ,hill ogether.. easrE

There was no glory left. He was come before I know it." prised when he leaned forward under "I 'want to get an Alexandria car," SLIDE

twenty-seven. He had fought and Jane went through the kitchen to the old-fashioned spreading she told him. FasTENeR IN

he would fight again for the same the back door, throwing an appraising dome which drenched him with "But you are miles away from it." BACK SEAM

cause. But his youth was dead ex-' glance at the things in the warm- light, and said, "I've such a lot to "Am I?"-She showed momentary
material that will
suggest a
cept when he was with Jane. She the confusion. "I-hoped I might reachit you
wine. tell you, Jane; most amazing stand hard wear 'and that comesin
revived him, as he said, like thing has happened." through the Park-" "
bright colors? G. B.
"I was coming over," he began, 1 "You might. But you might also
Green and striped awn-
orange
and broke off'as a sibilant sound in- CHAPTER II freeze to death in the attempt like a
would
ing material give good serv-
terrupted him. babe in the wood, without any rob- ice and would be attractive, and
"Oh the cats with you? Well, ins to the last
are When young Baldwin Barnes had perform melancholyrites. this color scheme could be repeated -
Rusty must take the road, he What made you think of sucha
ridden out of Sherwood that morningon in green curtains and orange l
laughed as the little old dog trottedto his way to Washington, his car thing?" paint for the inside a cupboard.I .
neutral ,ground at the edge of He saw at once his mistake. Her
had swept by fields which were crisp have suggested slide fastenersfor
the grove. Rusty was friends with \ y yt9 and frozen; by clumps of trees voice had a touch of frigidity. "Ican't the cushions so that they may
there "
Merrymaid, except when whose pointed tops cut into the clear tell you. be removed easily for laundering.

were kittens about. He knew enoughto f l blue of the sky; over ice-bound "Sorry," he said abruptly. "You Notice about book prices: BookISEWING
in days of anxious "
avoid her streams, all shining, silver in the must forgive me. for the Home Deco-

motherhood.Jane early sunlight.He She melted. "No, it is I who rator; and No, 2, Gifts, Noveltiesand
picked up the kitten. "They should be forgiven. It must look
had the eye of an artist, and Embroideries, are now 15
would come. strange to you-but I'd rather notexplain" both books for 25
You'resort he liked the ride. Even in winter cents each, or
"All animals follow
you.
the countryside was attractiveandas cents. Readers who have not secured -

of a domestic Circe-with your the road slipped away, there I On the last steep rise of the hill their copies of these two

dogs and chickens and pussycatsin lions came a few big houses surrounded he lifted her over a slippery pool, books should send in their orders
and
the place of tigers and as his hand sank into the soft copies
by wide grounds, with glimpses immediately, as no more
and leopards. Eden through their high hedges of white fur of her wrap, he was consciousof will be available, when the pres-
"I'd. love to have lived in ,
its luxury. It seemed to him that Your
is exhausted.
"before statues, of spired cedars, of sun- ent supply
said Jane, unexpectedly sinned. What, it must dials set in the midst of dead gar- his mustard-colored coat fairly choice of the QUILT LEAFLET illustrating -
Eve and Adam
dens. shouted incongruity. His imagination 36 authentic patchwork

have meant to have all and those great ,Beyond these there was an arid swept on to Raleigh, and the stitches or the RAG RUG LEAF-

beasts mild-mannered hand like this purring-kitten. stretch until the Lake was reached, velvet cloak which might do the LET, will be included with orders

under your dreadful thing happened then the links of one country club, situation justice. He smiled at himself for both books for the present, but

What a into the the old buildings of another, and at and smiling, too, at her felt a the offer may be withdrawn at any
when fear
Evans came
tingling sense 'of coming circum- Leaflets 6 cents each
world." last on the crest of a hill, a viewof time. are'
the stance.It when ordered separately.
the city-sweeping on right
"What" makes you say that now towards Arlington and on the left was because of that smile, and Everyone should have copies of

Jane? His voice was sharp. towards Soldiers' Home. the candid, boyish quality of'it' that these two books containing a totalof

"Shouldn't I have said it? Oh, I Sixteenth she trusted him. "Do you know," 96 How to Sew articles by Mrs.

Evans, you can't think I had you ,. Turning into Street, he I she said, "1 haven't had a thing! teat Spears, that have not appeared in
in mind-" "Would 1 mind if a life-line were crossed a bridge with its buttresses
at
this morning, and I'm frightfully the Send your order
paper.
"No," with a touch of weariness, thrown to me in mid-ocean?" guarded by stone panthers-and it Is there place that 210 S. Des-
hungry. any once to Mrs. Spears,
"but the only one, really, was on this bridge that his car
are
you 1 could have cup of coffeewhereyou plaines St., Chicago, Ill.NERVOUS.
coward I ing oven, and stood waiting on the stopped.
who knows what a am- could bring it out to me in the
"Evans, you're not." threshold, hugging herself in the Climbing out, he blamed Fate fu- ?"
car
"You're good to say it, but that's keenness of the wind. riously. Years afterward, however, "Could I?" the morning stars sang.

what I came over for. I am up Presently her brother's tall form he dared not think of the differenceit "There's a corking place in George- ?

against it again, Jane. Some cous- was silhouetted against the silvery might have made if his little flies town."

ins are on from New Yorkthey're'at gray of the night."I ver had not failed him. "Without the world looking on?" Do you feel so nervous you want to scream?

the New Willard-and Mother thought you were never com- Once when, he stopped, a woman "Without your world looking on," Are you cross and Irritable? Do you scold

and I went in to see them last night. ing," she said to him. passed him. She was tall and slen- those dearest to you? and feel
boldly. 11 nerves are on edge you
They have invited us to go back "I thought so, too." He bent and der and wrapped up to her ears in She hesitated, then told the truth. you need your a good general system tonic, try

with them. They've a big house kissed her; his cheek was cold as it moleskin. Her small hat was blue, Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
"I'm running
away- made especially for women.
east of Fifth Avenue, and they wantus touched hers."Aren't from her hand swung a gray suede He was eager. "May 1 help?" For over 60 years one woman has told an-

as their guests indefinitely. They you nearly frozen?" bag, her feet were in gray shoes "Perhaps you wouldn't if you other Pinkham's how to Compound.go"smiliBR It thru"helps with nature reliable buildup

think it will do me a lot of good- "No. Sorry to be late,'honey. Get with cut-steel buckles. knew." more physical resistance and thus helps

get me out of myself, they call it. dinner on the table and I'll be Baldy's ,quick eyes took in the details "Try me." from calm quivering annoying nerves symptoms and lessen which discomforts often accompany -

But I can't 'see it. Since I came ready" of her costume. He reflectedas He helped her into his car, tucked female functional disorders.
home time 1 think of facing afraid won't be Why not give it a chance to help YOm
-every "I'm things very he went back to work that women the rug about her, and put up the Over one million women have written in
mobs of people"-again his, voice appetizing," she told him; "they've we're fools to court death in that curtains. "No one can see you on reporting wonderful benefits from Pinkham

grew sharp-"I'm clutched by some- waited so long. But I'll cook the fashion, with thin slippers and silk the back seat," he said, and droveto Compound.

thing I can't describe. It is perfectly -. steak" stockings, in this bitter weather.He Georgetown on the wings of the
unreasonable, but 1 can't helpit. had and
He gone on, was beyondthe
found the trouble, fixed it, wind.
." sound of her voice. She openedthe Complete Ignorance
jumped into his' car and started his He brought coffee out to her froma
For a moment they walked in silence fat parcel which he had deposited sold .To be proud of learning is the
motor. And it was just as he was I neat shop where milk was ,
then he went on"Mother's"ery the kitchen table.' She .
on won- greatest ignorance.
moving that his eye was caught and buns, and hot drinks, to motor-
,
keen about it. She thinks it dered a bit at its size. But Baldy
of blue bobbing down the and conductors. It was a clean
by a spot men
will set me up. But I want to stay had a way of bringing home unex- cold
hill below the bridge. The woman little place, fresh as paint, and the Ease summer head
here-and I thought if you'd talk to pected bargains-a dozen boxes of discomforts Quicklyput -
who had passed him was making her buttered rolls were brown and crisp. in
drops"
her she'll listen to you, Jane-she crackers-unwieldy pounds of cof just 2
'
does." way slowly along the slippery path. "I never tasted anything so good each nostril. Demand.
always
fee.But On each side of her the trees were the runaway told Baldy. "And nowI PENIETRO DROPS
she know how feel this was neither crackers nor
"Does
you brown and bare. At the foot .of the am going to ask you to drive mover
coffee. The box which was revealed
about it? hill was a thread of frozen water.It the Virginia side-I'll get thi
"No, I think not. I've never told bore the name of a fashionable florist Heavy With Fruit
not usual at this time to see trolley there.
her. I've only spilled over to you Within were violets-single ones was Now and (TO BE CONTINUED) The boughs that bear most hang
that
in place.
now and then. It would hurt Mother -set off by one perfect rose and pedestrians

no end, to know how changed I tied with a silver ribbon. then a workman took a short cut- Definition of EveningBy lowest.

am." Jane gasped-then she went to the or on warm days there were picnic
is the lat-
definition "evening"
follow the rough
Jane laid her hand on his arm. door and called: parties-but to and close of the day and Malaria Chills -'Fever
in winter was a bleak and ter part
where's the steak? paths
"You're not. Brace up, old dear. "Baldy, darkness night the -
of or ;
You aren't dead yet." As she lifted He came to the top of the stairs. arduous adventure.He early part from the evening _- Tttt rtli+U.Oju'din*.Slope ch.lb iid +' .
"Great he said "I forgot itl"! stayed for a moment to watch period from sunset or fever,clues blood of mduie.l F moui Oyi Lg
her head to look up: at him the guns, meal to ordinary bedtime, no
the violets in her her, then suddenly left his car and for 50 years.Mon y-b ct gmrtnUt.
hood of her cape slipped back, and Then he, saw definite later limit being fixed. The h
hat had
in the blue
the wind blew her soft, thick hair hands, laughed and came down a ran. The girl in Englandand
is also used locally
'' loaf of bread caught her high heels in a root', had word
against his cheek. "But I'll talk step or two. 1 sold a in our southern states to include 3
fallen.
and
to your mother if you want me to. and bought-white hyacinths stumbled the from noon to and
"They're heavenly!" Her glance When he reached her, she was period
She is a great darling. sunset and twilight.
They had reached the kitchen swept up to him. "Peace offering?," struggling to her feet. He helped including

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Shakespeare's Trees
'::0. Comments ,

'- On April 23, 1935, the anniversary
-
WHAT OF IT-The modern girl's
SECTION
OUR COMIC of Shakespeare's birth trees
hair looks like a mop, says a
bishop. That's okay with the modern presented by the governors of
girl. She doesn't know what various states were planted in a
a mop looks like corner of the rose garden in West

THE FIRST SHALL BE LAST.A .- Potomac park, as the nucleus of a
Missouri editor has discoveredwhat Shakespeare garden. Trees planted -

a long has time been-that known it is by necessaryto some for D I' 1 Events in the Lives of Little Men I D IJ include Tennessee a tulip, an tree ash contributedby by Massa-

chusetts mountain
go to church early in order to ashes by New
get a back seat. Hampshire and New York, pines
by Michigan and Virginia elms
TIIAT'LL DO!-Said the dentist: ,
"You needn't open jour mouth by Nebraska, Maine and Arizona;
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any wider. I expect to stand out- -' 0' oaks by South Carolina and Illi-
side." nois, a cypress by Maryland,
: cherry trees by Kansas and Cali-
A PIIONE NUMBER,TOO?-Everything fornia, persimmon trees by Flori-
the who is
to man
comes
lec- da and Delaware, an olive tree
prepared to hang on, says a
turer. by South Dakota and a magnoliaby
Louisiana.



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PIUDAY, JULY 21, 1030
THE CLEWISTON NEWS
EIGHT

r ,the release of thousands of prdject ued its work In that field .several,
for bids In] August for the com ,
I and scores of administrative months ago.
pletion of the revetment, work along workers I
Clewiston-Pahokee Split the East shore levees in Palm employes in all salary classi- This leaves the job up to, the 4 ,
;WPA already handicapped by a cur-
.
JL fications.He r
Deach county It was announced this I
I
tailed administrative force, which
week. This work was started and agreed that the regulation 1
I is to be further reduced in August,
Twin Bill On. Sunday several miles of it completed by the requiring all employes to work a
U. S. Engineer hydraulic dredge'V'elatka" minimum of 130'hours each month September and October.
asserted One encouraging_ feature of the
but
i last year.Prior was "unfortunate",
c current relief picture was a prom-
--- would
rule have
that the 18 months
before his aston to the opening of bids the ise of Increased rates of pay for
double-headt 'and disappeared effect immed-
Clewiston divided a II in' Welatka is being thoroughly repaired a more far reaching ,which
with Pahokee Sunday on the PJ I'ished eyes beneath the waters iately. WPA workers in the South,
usher in 'the the channel some eight or ten feet and the steel hull painted may amount to from $6 to $10 a
hokee diamond to Inside and out. In the event n'o "Acting in accordance with the month. Administrator Schroder said
Florid at that point.
second half of the South deep satisfactory bid are received it is :requirements of the 18 months_ pro-
not far away schedules expectedshortly.
Lake Worth; won The friendsJ still the new rate are
League schedule. returned to probable that the Welatka will be vision we must now release other '
and .
header with noticed his plight I
both games of a double ,oarsman,I II assigned to the completion of the thousands of men and women at a
his aid and their negro
first place
into
Pompano to 'go dove job. I time when opportunities for em-
consideration
Palm Beach and Hpbe Soun I for a small cash their
while at
I. this state are
in
minutes beforehe has been allotted for the ployment
forty-five $30,000
idle.Forbes for some One of the worst fires in the
were hurled the first game for retrieved the motor. Taking it I I i work and plans and specifications lowest pointhe declared. town's history occurred'at Mayo last
the the bank the water was ate now being prepared in Wash "While this is unfortunate in
Clewiston with Hooks behind out on 1 i week when six buildings were des-
little gasoline was The work consists of throwing itself, the -situation is further com-
bat. He allowed ten hits but kep drained out, a I ington. troyed at an estimated loss of closeto
them scattered while his team poured around the plugs and aftera 1 I up a wide' rock fierm in front plicated by the fact that each of $100,000, following an explosionof
ten cranks started nicely and ran af ithc present levee to prevent erosion these persons must' remain off the
mates were also accumulating few unknown origin in a local grocery -
safeties from the offerings of Pet on back to shore. I by wave action. rolls for a minimum period of 30 store. ,
and gradually building up] Now Mr. Stewart has purchaseda days and must then be certified before -

a Borden errors nice lead were to chalked win 5-2.up Only agains twO tie nice rented new'motors rope with'to the which boat he,in will the I. Bitting Gives Second jobs we as may can again be available offer ,them," the such ad- 24 Tampa establishments laundry'closed and their drycleant'ng

added.
the Clewiston team.In future. U. of F. ScholarshipThe ministrator He also reminded that there is doors here this week pending t-
the night-cap Avant pitches I last
called
tlement of a strike
which is -
In Florida certifying
: I no agency
a nice game of ball but receive infield State Refuses- workers for relief at present. week byvorkers demanding' Union ,-
ragged support from his control' of the University ,
allowec board of The Slate Welfare Board discontin- recognition and closed shop.
Only two safe hits were I of Florida l lastweek- approved "
in scoring three Continued- From Page 1) I c
but errors assisted ( a $2,000 scholarship award, a I

runs for the Pahokee team in the\ laced fund to the State Road Depart-,gift of Clarence R. Bitting, president I

third inning and another was added ment as, well as eighty per cent of of the United States Sugar

in the fifth. Jimmy Stafford for I the future allocations. I Corporation, and the second such I 1 ''''J+ 1I1I1If1l1ll; 1 ... .

Pahokee yielded four hits but hat While members of the State scholarship donated by Mr. ,Bitting. t1UM
and Clewiston was: I which is \ !
good ,support Board of Administration The award will pay $500 each .I a o
ending
held scoreless, the game made up of the Governor and the for four years to a student R .
4-0. members of his cabinet, told Mr. year of Florida $ 1

Clewiston's line-up in the first Stewart and Mr. Hull that they felt enterting with the University definite interest in I U II $

game was: Roberts, cf; Bell, rf;;; the money should rightfully go to 1 I this fall and a the desire to continue -

Moore, Ib; Hooks, c; Wells, 3b;; the county'' they refused to turn it agriculture vrl f5Yya66ei
field.
2b Carlton, rf; Hare, ss and the outcomeof I in that .
pending
Ward ; over to them I The first scholarship award two\ .
Roberts,
second:
In the : Court suit. Attorney
Forbes, p. the Supreme i named the ;:DuncanU.
cf; Bell, If; Moore, ss; Beardsley,, General George Couper Gibbs also years Fletcher ago was scholarship after the II I
.
3b Wells, c; Ward2b ruled that
Ib; Hawkins ; told them he had Florida senior senator. This ,

; Carlton, rf; Avant, p. this money rightfully belonged, to late scholarship will be namedfor
will play the first home the Supreme second :
Clewiston and that
the county States Senator obiMonWith
United
first
the thto
games in the meeting second Hobe half Sound Sunday in Court ,suit had been filed over, this from Florida, James D. Westcott,

afternoon, ruling.

a double header. Hobe Sound took They then went to see A. B. Hale!jr. _--- Our Direct-Reduction Home
cellar position in the first hall Department -
of the State Road
standings but the team is said tc I chairman who told them that the Department 18-Month Workers To Loan Plan, each monthly payment

have been bolstered at several weak:I was not behind the suit, "oNYHE. cancels a portion of the loan. That

.' points ,and is out to do better in il were not particularly interestedand 'Be Dropped By WPA I oN o"r, interest
no
the second half. would not have an attorney "crv"WITH"NCE ov" part is gone you pay

present when the case ,was heard. I II 1 M" \ on itand you are that much near-

Board Prepares had been given provision of I 011tEC'EDUCT10 Ask
County The department Jacksonville-A $ debt-free home ownership. ,
er
being the ones backingthe work relief bill which
credit as
Tentative Budget suit. makes the new it imperative to drop all I I1om',LojQl and you shall receive further good

Hendry county has never oper- workers who .have had 18 monthsof .' news about our home loan plan.

ated under the Kanner Act which continuous employment by .Flor-

The board of county commissioners permitted counties to use all 'of the ida WiPA, will have a far more

at the regular meeting Tuesday gas tax money for the purchase of serious, immediate effect on the

prepared their estimate of expensesfor bonds. There were no bonds in default work program than any other _new I I. '

the fiscal year beginning Octo- and the money was used to regulation imposed by congress. Clewiston Federal Savings

ber 1, 1939, which estimate is being pay interest" and to pay maturities I Such is the frank opinion of t

published in the LaBelle News this when they fell due. The balance was,l Roy Schroder, Florida WPA Administrator -

week.In used for road construction in the,I who has put into effect a and Loan AssociationVVVVVVV

making up the budget the county. Loss of four-fifths, of the program of economy and retrench- .

board members were compelled to allocation in the future and possi-" ment, which already has resulted in

consider that the gas tax money ble loss of the accumulated fund


which which of the is has being county accumulated held in up Tallahassee by to a the pending credit and-.to may take force care a of higher bond county maturities.millage I -.:..".........................:.....:.....:....:.....:.......'.:.'...:.".:.....N..?.'.:...'.:."..:."..:."..:."..:.....:.....:.....:.....:.....;.....:....;.....;.....;.....;........;.....:.....;.....:.....;....:.......:.....:.....;.....;.....:.....:.....;.....:.....;.....:.....;.....:.....;.....:.....:....;..'..;.....;.....;.....:..t'i..t......;...:...:...:...:...:..:...;... ;. ;. ;. ..';.......::-.' \


supreme court suit, will be ,ultimately 'yy('' S
Deeper WaterwayI I :
received by the county. If yy it,

it should not be 1; received a special ... ', :::;:

millage may have to be assessedbut (Continued From Page 1) :;::;: AN \

the county is confident that the should prepare a statement arid tt::_ ENJOY I

Supreme Court will uphold the mail it to Col. Lewis H. Watkins, .. U

county's right to this impounded district engineer, Jacksonville, in I\\ 'lk Ii

money, about $40,000. time that he will receive it before Y ''o' ALL ELECTRICE

Under the new eighty-twenty. division -;Wednesday of next week. Or the ::c. l Ii:

of the gas tax funds to those report be handed to Col. Wat- IH: : '\ } :. i
may
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counties which have been paid out kins or' an assistant at the hearing:;:: .... \ ,, \ i-icri::: : '

under the 1931 law of which Hen- at the schoolhouse here. : ; o :. 1. U

dry county is one, this county will 1IO.! j \ ; ,. .: ; t i

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only receive about eight thousand Prizes For Fishing- : _d, L ," AV' .,' \ _r" ;" ::::i:
,dollars, next year to take care of .:..;. XVElectricity
some $30,000 in bonds and interest.A : .:'

discussion concerning the list I (Continued From Page One) is the modern servant; a servant, that .'t'::''i'.'

of preference of county WPA projects during August will be a fivefootsteel .g:. &"f**
resulted in the placing of the rod donated by American Fork 1 ****** takes care of both the work and the pleasures of the $$

county market in first place but and Hoe Company of Geneva, Ohio. ;Q: quickly efficiently $:;:*
other projects were not decided home and one that will do everything ..
The first six pound bass regis- |:$:: t
upon. The WPA district office has addition to .t. ?::.f;
receive in
tered will
economically.
demanded that a preferential list any other prizes 'to which the :|_;::Y.; and


be The made.board also hired Treadwelland catch might entitle them a Bait plug Com-do- XX: One will toast 26 crunchy slices of toast, or yf
nated by Garland Bros., |: penny
::
Treadwell of. Arcadia as attorneys t H; :
pany'of Plant City. Two plugs are hours of safe reading light or operate
in suit which has been filed two
a give
your eyes ::
bass registeredeach : ;
given for the largest is :: :
D. Graham Copeland, representing day-and-ELECTRICITY $x
by .
week. These plugs were do- radio for most of a '
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the Collier interests in the : your
nated by the Eger Bait Company of ..... the more of it that you use. ::1::::
cheaper
relative to land assessmentsof that
county thing gets
that corporation. The Collire interests Bartow, James Heddon's Sons, of :j::!: one v *#
*
Dowagiac, Mich., Creek Chub Bait 'i *

have not maintain been made that assessments equally in Co., of Garrett,. Ind. and the Wee- _1 That is why it is so easy to have and enjoy a home '.

.
zel Bait Company' of Cincinnati.Two S :i'i.:
the county between their corpora- ,11 t and modern.
silk lines have been donatedby :::::: that is 'all electric .::.'t.
tion other corporationsand :
and large
by Glading, Company, and by .:..:. y...;..
have refused to pay any taxes :.
Knight and Wall Hardware Company ; ,:.,..:,
pending the outcome of the suit. of Tampa. These lines will I\ .t.:".:..'. r I X1.
.... I :'.
probably be used as one of the I .. SERV :t::::
Stewart Goes FishingFor i Y IS YOUR CHEAPEST
capital prizes. :XY::: ELECTRICITY 'H'
the contest this week is : V
Leading XY
-- Outboard Motor :!: : \ .:.Y
four
Morris Ford with a five pound .:..:. !
ounce entry on Tuesday. John Rob- EXTRAVAGANTLY.

Representative Elbert L. Stewart bins, with a five pound, ten ounce :::j: ANT-USE IT xx yy

last week captured the weekly
took time out from his duties as bass
prize. Ed Ward won the prize for +
of the Bank Clewiston
cashier
I of
-' yt
one day recently to go"fishing and I the first week and is leading the xx ::::

set out alone for Liberty Point Fist! field at present for the grand prize.

Camp with a borrowed kicker Fishing is understood to have become ::: AGades .

There he rented a boat and started much better around Observa- X: ti \

toward the mouth of the Myakkz tion Island since the lake beganto ?x

,Cut, fishing leisurely along the rise but red water caused by the i ix

sides is of the presumed channel.It that. he caught heavy hurt fishing rainfall in of some recent locations.weeks has I:i !t Power and light Co. ,, i


some fish, although he didn't say II
,
to the lake and On Levee
so, for he fished on Bids'

started back. He ,stopped to chat :: '' ,

a moment with a group of friend; Work In AugustThe : .. \ Il'AGE ::::

as they passed and had not continued I..t. . . . . ................'...... ................'..................................................... :
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much further when the little .:.,,::................. .".".".""."."."."-."."."".".":.".:":.":.":.":.":":":":":":N":":":":N":.N":.IN".":.11".:N".:N".H".N".:N".:."..:N:w.w.: : : : :.t.: :N .:...:N.:N:M.:N.:M.:N N. .:Y:.N..:N.:N.:M.:N: .;N.;N:-:N NI' :
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