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Title: The Clewiston news
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Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
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Creation Date: June 14, 1940
Publication Date: 1928-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
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VOLUME 14; NUMBER 27 CLEWISTON, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JUNE 14, 1940. SUBSCRIPTION $2.00 PER Y13 All

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CIJEWISTONTAKES I PENDLETON SPEAKSAT Band Concert EnjoyedBy I Local Man Is Suicide j-


Big Crowd Tuesday :

: : TWO GAMES HERE WEEKLY MEETINGOF
After Assault On ;:
I From an improvised, band stand Family
erected in Civic Center Park Tuesday -
FROM CANAL POINT KIWANIS CLUBA .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. , .. .... .. ..-..-
LdH LdHJ night the United States Sugar I -

I Corporation Band presented its first American Legion Held I Wife and Daughters Are
J celebrating Flag Week summer concert to a large and enthusiastic -
program
The local baseball team continued
was conducted at the dinner meet- audience. Victims of :
toward Savage
triumphantly on its way Meeting Tuesday Night .
ing of' the Kiwanis Club at the Rain earlier in the day indicated s.Hammer
Lake-Coast
i high honors in the
Clewiston Inn Wednesday evening. that the concert might have to be
Attack
I League Sunday when they took the _
j measure of Canal Point in both Miss Marion Leydig read an editorial postponed but it cleared off 'and The monthly meeting of Clewis-

games of a double-header. 4-2 and from the New York Sun, the concert was presented as ton Post No. !93> American Legionwas --

I 7-2. The games were played hereon "I'm Glad I'm An American" and I scheduled at 8:30. Most of the' held Tuesday. night at the Inn Chris W. Johnson, 41, a U. S.

the Harlem diamond. Dr. J. W.' Ezelle read the 1936 I crowd remained in their cars to,I with a good attendance of members.; Sugar Company employee and a
11 Pulitzer editorial, "This listen to the music. resident of Clewiston and ;
Clewiston put the first game on prize Except for the ,voting of a trea- i vicinity ;
J America of Ours" by R. G. Calvert. commended donation of for several took his
ice by scoring three runs in the I The band was highly sury $20.00 for the years own
t
I second inning on a double by Carlton The principal speaker of the eve for the splendid program and members Red Cross war fund there wa'slittle life early Monday morning aftera

a single by Calleja, a base on ning was Rev. Kent Pendleton who of the band stated that it business, the meeting being murderous assault on his wife .

, 't' balls to Avant and a scorching chose as his topic, "What the Flag was much the best public concert I[ cut as short as possible to enable and, two daughters with a claw-

triple by Ward. The final run was Means", and in his talk he gave they had given. the members to attend the concert hammer and some sharp instrument j

; scored in the seventh when Avant not only some splendid ideas on The following program was ren-!I given by the' U. S. Sugar Corpora- believed to have been a safety razor

! doubled and scored when Ward's the meaning but also some most dered: l I tion Band in the Civic Center Park blade.

interesting data on the flag's I at 8:30. The wife, Mrs. Mattie Johnson,
I long fly to left field was muffed. America, Headway March, Chal- ,
I Errors gave Canal Point a run in history.In ma,, Waltz, Summitt March Magneta I I 31, and the younger of the two t,

i the third inning and an error, a his opening remarks Rev. Overture; Military Escort March, Families Moving daughters, Ouida, 12, are in a critical ."_
Pendleton said that few people are J1 condition in the Arcadia General ::
I pass and a single gave them the Southern Melodies, God Bless
' second in the eighth inning.; Three really equipped to know values, and America, Star Spangled Banner.It 1 Into New Homes Hospital. The oldest daughter ..-

j' clean hits in the seventh failed tot that little attempt vas made by was explained that the new : I Ir Mary, 16, was not so seriously injured 'y
the American people to learn that and was able to return home' :
, produce a score. I IJ march, written especially for the .
the flag stands for our country and 'r Several Clewiston families have from the hospital Tuesday. X-rays "
J Avant gave up five, hits as did i iI' band by Prof. F., G. Sturicho, director '
' the opposing moundsman, Cardin its great system of government and and named "Everglades Sugar just moved into their newly com- disclosed no fractures in Mrs. ;

: and both teams made five errors. that we should honor' the flag March" was not played on this con- pleted homes, and others are planning Johnson's skull but internal bleeding \ ,:
simply because of what it stands to within the few and frequent relapses into unconsciousness "
next
i Each pitcher gave two free passes, :I cert as it is now in the publishing move
Avant struck out seven batters and for. In this connection he illustrated house. days.Mr. led to a fear of blood

Cardin four. how_ mother, coming across a and Mrs. B., E. Herring and clots on the brain. Ouida's skull :

In the second game the local pair of baby, shoes in an attic ,would son,. Bernie, are in their home on was fractured in two places by '

boys also got off to a lead which suddenly be overcome by a paroxymof Royal Palm Avenue, next to the I hammer blows and an operation .

was never relinquished by scoringtwo emotion, not because of the shoes DEBT REFUNDING IS Community Church manse. Mr. and was performed Wednesday morningto "

runs. Ward,. first up, hit a but because of thoughts with which Mrs. R. N. Childress and their sons, 'lift a piece of bone which was '

single and Bell's triple scored him. the shoes were associated and what Dennis and the twins, ,Bob and pressing on her brain. The opera- :;
1 they stood for in her mind. The AGAIN CONSIDEREDAT tion was reported most successful. -
I Bell scored a moment later on an : I Billy, .are enjoying their new homeon :
i*"- infield out. Four.other runs came flag, he said, stands for our gov- I Pasadena Avenue. Mr. and Mrs. A third daughter, Maureen, 8, escaped ;

,1, in the fifth on three hits. Clark' ernment and for that great consti- CAPITOL MEETINGAll O. A. Clark's new home, next doorto uninjured., !

'''I! singled, Forbes was safe as the tution which is the basis of our the Childress' is ready for The assault and suicide was believed !

play was unsuccessfully made for government. ; the rights predicatedupon occupancy. The home which was to have occured between .5:30

I Clark at second, Ward was safe on that one sentence of the members of the Everglades built for Mr., and Mrs. C_. J.- Neilson and 6:00 at the family home a

an error at second base, and Bell Declaration of Independence-"en- Drainage- District boardof com- across the street in the same block small dwelling on Atlantic Avenue j

! walked to force in the first run. dowed by their Creator" with certain missioners are in 'Washington today has been completed and they are near the main business section of j

.:i Hollingsworth's single scored Forbes unalienable rights. for the of conferringwith moving into it. town. Neighbors heard the screams
purpose
and Carlton's double scored Bell Only the head of a governmentcan representatives of the bond- Mr. and Mrs. W., C. Prewitt, Billy, but at first hesitated to interferein

i 'vand Hollingsworth. designate- a flag and in bur Benny and David, moved into their what they believed tobe' a
holders of the district in an attempt '
:" Canal Point lr" country: Congress: must, authorize home which-is.located.on their but Willie
, :;t'- .sbrgt} ot" '*""* to work -ouf'sTome adjustment : new ," family quarrel Bishopand
:r'* :.-, in the third inning when Forbes'! i any and all changes' in the flag. of the district's indebtednessby I farm five miles east of town. The A.A. Dobbins, next-door neigh-

*4 U:-- "error put Everett on first. TillnianV Congress, he ,said! on June 14, 1777 a refunding issue. Chairman I house is set back from the highway, bors, tried to enter the house when
>'.V;*:": singled to send him to third and passed the following! resolution: and has three bedrooms and bath. the screams persisted only: to find
Mark R. Tennant and H. Reeder
::f;X:.- both scored when, ,McClelland's fly "Revolved that the flag of the 13 secretary to the board C.. have beenin il oil the east, kitchen, pantry and both front and back doors locked. I

to left was muffed. united states be 13 stripes, alter- dining room on the west. Throughthe Looking through a window they
Washington for timework
j I In this game Forbes was almost (Continued on Page 8) some entire center is a spacious liv- saw Johnson lying; on the floor and :i
the joined
ing on problem and were
j I as effective as on the previous Sun- ing-room and behind it a clo ed-in Mrs. Johnson and the girls tryingto : '
Wednesday by members J. E.'
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' ., day, giving up only two safe hits.: County Receives $1,154In Beardsley, .- Clewiston, George A. porch. The house is of frame construction stop the flow of blood from the I

. Errors prevented asecond'shutout is roomy and most atti ac- two deep slashes he had made on j
Chalker, West Palm Beach, H. L.
, in consecutive weeks. Government Relief tive. either side of his throat to take 4.
I Lyons of Pompano and Thad Carl- I I
The Line-Ups: his own life, severing his jugular II
ton of Fort Pierce and the trea- Mr. and Mrs. Otto Larsen expect '
" ':J. First Game-' ----.- Dobbins for
vein. started a doctor at.
to move this week-end from the
surer, K. M. Throop of Miami all
, < Clew i&lon" Jacksonville, June 14.-Special) once but stopped to notify deputy
Inn into their
apartments
'. of whom took the night plane from' new 1
: Player AB R H E -With.Floridas. public assistance home on Crescent Drive. This is sheriff I. S. Bell as he went. Mr.
West Palm Beach.H. .
Ward, 2b ................ .. 1 0 ,,1 2 program now well leveled oft'to j I C.- Rorick, representing the next door to the new home of Bell arrived on the scene just a

Bell, rf. .......u:..:..," .'" 3 v 0 0 1 come within appropriations authorized greater number of those who hold I Mr and Mrs. W. H. Lanier. few seconds before Johnson died

Hollingsworth, ss. .... 1 0 0 0 I by the last session of the legislature Everglades Drainage District bonds, J. L. Brantley's six-room houseon and Dr, J. P. Higgins arrived a

C. Roberts, cf. ........ 4 0 0 0 Hendry county received, dur I Arcade Avenue is ready for oc few minutes later. -
sent word last week that he felt
Carlton, 3b. _:............ 4 1 1 1 .I.ing the month of May cash grants sure if the board and interested cupancy. In the San Pedro sec The injured woman and girls

Calleja, 1 b. ......... ..-. 4 1 2 0 totalling $1,154.00, according to an- i I landowners would 'meet with the tion Pete Christensen's house and were removed as quickly as possibleto
Clark, C. 4 0 0' 1 nouncement here today from the (
.. Bondholder's Protective Committeein shop building is nearing completion the Clewiston Hospital for emery
Roberts, If. ........... v 3 0 0 0 state offices of the StateWelfareBoard. Washington 'at' anytime designated and progress is being made on the ency treatment and an ambulancewas

,Avant, p. 2 2 1 1 by the board, that an equitable Fred: Topper home. A. H.. Kingis called from the Arcadia Hospital -

,- Total....................... 32 4 5 5 The grants were divided among solution to the indebtedness prob- adding two rooms at the rear I at once to take them there for
i ,
Canal Point recipients in the three categories, -
lem could be worked out on a of his residence on Sagamore, X-rays and observation.,
* McClelland, cf. ......:. 5 0 0 1 as follows: Old Age Assistance, Avenue. a
basis that the district could affordto Reason foi'" Johnson's attack on
i Holland, ss. .............. 3 O' 0 1 $920.00 ; Aid'to Dependent Chil- not'
his family is l known, even to
I Lyles, 2b. ............;..., 4 0 2 0 dren, $209.00; Aid to the Blind, pay. I
Many landowners are also attending -I Christian Scientists Ask members of the 'family, and the :
i Cardin, p. ...............-: 3 1 O' 0 2500. "I
the meeting and will be attack was made as the wife and
Sims, c. .................. ... 2 0 1 2 In addition to public assistance represented
by J. Mark Wilcox, West In God daughters slept so there was no,
.McLure, 3b. ...... ....... 3 0 0 0 the county also benefitted through I Greater Faith
Palm Beach formerU. immediate provocation. It is believed -
Johnson, 1 b. ... ....: .. 4 0 0 0 surplus commodity distribution and altorney"and ,
S. Congressman and author of, that he either intended to ;
Everett, I If. ..........:.- 3 1 1 1 through remittance dependents.
the Municipal Act. Boston, Mass., June 3-An appeal commit suicide because of worry
Kautz, rf. .................. .. 2 1 1 0 by enrollees in the Civilian Conservation Bankruptcy I
for calm and more faith in over finances and an impending
Total ........... .......:..29 2 5 5 Corps. Certification for
: the omnipotence of God in the face operation and his twisted brain con-
WPA work relief was also continued Oil Men To Meet
: Second Game- throughout the state during the of present world turmoil,. featuredthe ceived the idea of taking the, family

Cle\\'iston month. Here Next MondayThe gathering here today of thousands with him, or he was intending to .

Player : AB R H E No large increase in expendituresis of Christian Scientists from murder his wife and take his own "

Ward, 2 b. .........: ..... 3 2 l' 0 expected during the fiscal year all over the world for 'the annual life without harming the daughters,
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t; Ben, Jf. ................:;.. 2 2 1 0 beginning July 1, according 'to State Hendry County Oil Men's meeting of The First Church of I his attack on them coming only

'; Hollingsworth, 5S. .... 3 1 1 1 Welfare Commissioner 'c. C. Codr- Assiociation, composed of whole- Christ, Scientist, in Boston Mass. I when they came to the rescue of

, C. Roberts cr. .....::::.. ,3 0 0 0 ington, although indications are I. sale and retail oil dealers,. will "Trusting in the omnipotence of their mother. This latter theoryis

Carlton, 3 b. ..........:. 3 0 1 0 that the number of recipients of meet Monday night at the City God," said Harry C. Browne, First I discounted, however, for it appears !

Calleja, 1.b. .............. ::1 0 1 0 Old Age Assistance will be swelled Hall according to a statement issuedby Reader of The Mother Church in that Mary was struck in her

Holstine, 5 1 .1 1 by the opening of all months prior J. A, McGehee, chairman of the : reading a message from The Chris- ] bed before 'being awakened.A .

Clark, c. .................... ,3 0 1 0 I January of this, year for investi- organization. Mrs. McGehee, said I tian Science Board of Directors, j sister of Mrs. Johnson's, Mrs.

'\.". Forbes, p.. .--............. 3 1 2 1 gation of applications. The number that Berwick Anderson, secretary I. "enables one, through demonstra- ,, H. A. Jones of St. Petersburg, tolda

':.t.:.: 'Total...................... 27 7 9 3 added to the rolls, will be partially of the Florida Petroleum Industries tion, to enjoy the freedom of representative of the News Wednesday -
:' from ,the unfold- )I after talking to her sister
Canal 'Point'r offset by those dropped becauseof Committee Jacksonville, would attend I thought resulting

". '. l\IcClelland, lf ........... 3 0 0 0 death or for other reasons. I the meeting and address: the ing of the characteristics: of divine in the Arcadia Hospital and with
Holland .... '.. .. Mind as expressed by ChrIst Jesus. Mary while she was at home Tues-
5S. .. 3 0 0 2 Funds available for Aid to Dependent group.
Lyles, 2b. .................. 2 0 0 1 Children were increased on "The purpose of our organization "Becoming cognizant of the true I day, that MrsJohnson heard her
Stokes, is the. of idea about anything exposes its husband moving about in the housein
p.. 3 0 1 0 January 1, at which time an amend- to promote adoption
Sims, c. .............:.::..';. 3 0 0 0 ment to the Social (Security Act sound and reasonable laws that suppositional opposite as, a lie. the early morning hours but

McClure, rf. .........::...; 2 0 0 0 providing for the federal government will protect the business of those Therefore, when the true idea of thought that he was merely up

Johnson, 1 b. ...._....... 2 0 0 0 to match state funds on a engaged in the marketing of pet- man's relationship to God is un- lighting the stove as was his usual "'

Everett, it. ......n;....- 3 1 0 0 50-50 basis, instead of one dollar roleum products, and also the interest versally expressed, misunderstandings custom and she went back to sleep. f''.

, Tillman, 3b. ............. 3 1 1 1 for two, became effective. of those who use these pro- between men and nations will She was struck ..with the hammer 'i

;. Total .........__........... 2. 2 2 4 ducts," said Mr. McGehee. "Special vanish. as she slept and her head badly i
NOItTIIEN: MOVES LAB automotive taxes levied In this state "The divine Mind is in realitythe gashed with a knife and she re-

TWO GAMES WITH BELLE i I have become so exhorb ant and sucha only power; therefore nothingcan turned to consciousness only after

I r GLADE HERE NEXT SUNDAY Tampa, June 14FNSDr. large portion of the taxes are resist the manifestation of her husband had taken his own "

j Charles Northen, noted physician diverted to other than road pur- righteousness. With due regardfor life. I
b i A double header baseball game is and chemist, who for. 17 years has poses that the motorist" in Florida the necessary human footsteps, Mary told that the hammer blow : .

:',. scheduled' here for Sunday afternoon been experimenting in an effort: to today is bearing more than his fair which our Leader, Mary Baker only stunned her momentarily and

,,. '. :'. between Clewiston and Belle add nutriment to food products with share of the cost of government," Eddy, says are indispensable in she was out of bed in a flash fight- -.

A < ...-/:" Glade. The games' will begin at the use of minerals,, moved his' continued Mr. McGehee. "Recent meeting problems, it is also im- ing desperately with her father. -

- ;,,',: ,- 2:30 and will be played either on labratory from Lakeland to Tampa studies by the United States De- perative to look to the divine Mind Ouida was also awakened-- and

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1uamiwro1tTt' Sherman Was Right, but Soldiers UNIFORM IMPROVED INTERNATIONAL Gems of Thought,


Find It 1 BE SATISFIED; with your
Still Take Fun as They SUNDAY possessions, but not content

MRYGQbu4pR Lesson until you have made the best
of them.-Henry Van Dyke.
t' it said General William By HAROLD L.. LUNDQU1ST. D. D.>>
B "War is cruelty and you cannot refine Dean of The Moody Rible Instituteof There is no anodyne for heart sorrow -
Sherman. Few people disagree with that statement, but Chicago. like ministry to others-F. B.
Tecumseh
Released by Western Newspaper UnIon.)
there is a lighter side to war. Soldiers of every nation know that "all Meyer.
l" DESPERATE FOR dull and in seeking to amuse themselves There is nothing so easy but
,: FRENCH work and no play make a war,
Lesson for June 16 that it becomes difficult when
PLANESWASHINGTON.The their humor takes a lusty turn.
i you do it with reluctance.-Ter-
French have
Lesson subjects and Scripture texts selected rence.
::. been too proud to let the public and copyrighted by InternationalCouncil .
,' know it, but they have been almost of Religious Education; used by To be happy gives no cause for
permission. envy. The secret of happiness is to
U. S.
before
down on their knees
hide one's life.-De la Bouisse.
t officials to beg, borrow, or buy HAGGAI URGES. THE BUILDINGOF Calamity is the touchstone of

:.' more airplanes. GOD'S HOUSE ,a brave mind.-Old Proverb.
: The French aviation situation is x
L
f Our discontent is from
How planes have tS'afx LESSON TEXT-Haggal 1:2.12. com
desperate. many 't < a t mxa
GOLDEN TEXT-And let us consider one parison.-J. Norris.
C- smashed is not definitely known
been another to provoke unto love and to goodsworks I
:' perhaps: not even by the French : not forsaking the assembling of ourselves -
;': themselves. But most pf their air together, as the manner of some is.
-Hebrews 10:24. 25.
force on the western front has been

('.' put out of business. It is estimated Religious work-or, more correctly Pull the Trigger on
t;, that at least equal number oft.r
an stated, Christian work-is a difficult -
Nazi planes have also crashed, but and discouraging task, exceptfor Lazy Bowels, and Also

Germany started with about 18,000 the grace and blessing of God.
;'-\ planes, the French with about 2,000. Not only does the Christian worker Pepsin-ize Stomach!

:;. One big handicap to the French have to struggle against that archenemy When constipation brings on acid indigestion -
:,' is that they were counting upon Brit- '',' '''''' mt :h..f* "" --- of God and of'the souls of bloating dizzy spells,gas,coated
!. ish air support. The original tactics > : tt'' YiJ) men, Satan himself, but he must tongue,sour taste, and bad breath,your
bulk I. 1': Not all stomach is probably loaded up with cer-
;. were for the 'French to do the : wars overcome the deadly indifferenceand tainundigestedfoodandyourbowelsdon'tmove. ..;.
.:..' of the land fighting, with the British !. are won on the battlefield carelessness of men both out- So you need both Pepsin to help
L reinforcing the air. But this was f and these British Tom side and inside the Church. Then, break up fast that rich undigested food in
I;' before anyone realized that Hitler mies combine work and as if that were not enough, he finds your stomach,and Laxative Senna to pull
pleasure
the trigger on those lazy bowels. So be
.
iG.r
: was going to break through the r' another enemy, the discouragementof
as they pitch in and help a Chesh. sure your laxative also contains Pepsin.
t French lines and head straight for his own heart. Take Dr.Caldwell's Laxative,because its
r : the channel. ire farmer with his chores. Haggai ministered to the Jews Syrup Pepsin helps you gain that won-

[ Now Britain needs every plane who had returned from captivityand derfulstomachcomfortwhiletheLaxativeSenna moves your bowels.Tests prove the
she has for the home defense. who had begun to rebuild the powerof Pepsin to dissolve those lumps of
,: So desperate was the French temple. Opposition had developed undigested protein food which may lingerin
a:. plight that they wanted to buy any. Before they had made more than a your stomach,to cause belching,gastric
and This is how
acidity nausea. pepsin-
;. kind of plane, even those considered Beginning, and they at once gave izing your stomach helps relieve it of such (R r
h4SS'. too old for the U. S. army. '' LiH: k+ Ss '' up and turned their interest to their distress. At the same time this medicine
: The war department estimates it : 4 own affairs and the building of their wakes up lazy nerves and muscles in your

I P-." has more than 1,500 out of date rt.w own homes. God" was displeased by .how bowels much to relieve better your you constipation.feel by taking So the see

r.:' planes. However, the secretary of this; sinfulness on their part, and laxative that also puts Pepsin to work on
( war issued an order no later than brought judgment upon them that stomach discomfort, too. Even finicky

t.. March 14 prohibiting the sale of surplus aa.'. > through a prolonged drouth. Haggai; family children laxative.love to Dr.taste Caldwell's this pleasant Lax-
Buy
r'. :> army material even to third was called to awaken their con-: ative-Senna with Syrup Pepsin at your
',-: parties who might conceivably re- science and to encourage them to druggist today!
:::. sell them to France and England. action.I. .

I r.<: Latest Plane Purchases. Consider' Your Ways (vv. 2-6.
Close Neighbors
t: Meanwhile the delivery of air- 9-11). There is nothing one sees oftener -
':: planes already ordered by the ;. tira : < Jr:, r It was not necessary for the; than the ridiculous and magnificent .
: French and British proceeds with prophet to work up any eloquent1 such close neighbors that ..
R" tragic slowness. Here are the in- plea to stir the conscience of the they touch.-Fontenelle.
: side figures, illustrating'' how long it A warm-hearted French woman people. He had only to point to

h may take the United States to turn serves her customary cup of tea to their own ways. They were thus
out 50,000 planes for itself: members of the Welsh guard faced with three reproving facts.
1. Indifference, (v. 2)). They were
Ordered by Allies MUSCULAR ACHES?
"somewhere in, France. The
> (through Delivered Unde- Contented is the word men negligent and indifferent, saying the
:May 221) to Allies livered stand amid ruins of World War I.
Airplanes 7,588 1,888 5,700 for this French Poilu time had not come to build. The PENETRO

Motors 20,820 4,022 16,798 who carries on with his "''''...innm.W'P'V"," .. .. .. .. .....................:. ,.,, >, ..., u ""'1: same kind of folk today are very
. peacetime occupation sure that the congregation simply;
he is cannot afford to keep up preaching Death -No ,EvilIt
even though now on
BRAZIL, U. S. CONFER the .battlefields the services, or heat and- light the is impossible that anything so -r
Some of the most important state of church for Sunday School. natural, so necessary, and so uni-
department conversations Monroe western front. 2. Selfishness (v. 4). They built versal as death should ever have

Doctrine history are now progressing for themselves ceiled houses and been designed as an evil to man-

r. secretly .with the Brazilian gov-. lived in ,luxury,. while God's house kind.Swift.TO .
ernment. lay waste. One is reminded of our ,

They are aimed at protecting own communities, which have

South America from Nazi invasion, money for every conceivable com- CHECK DAIJ4I

particularly at preventing surpriseair !Ii, fort and convenience, but only a few : .
attacks against the Panama N niggardly pennies for God's work. 7DAY5

canal. 3. Loss (vv. 6.9-11). Being stingy :
The discussions "contemplate an toward God is a losing business. He # 6
air base in northern Brazil, and also has only to withhold His blessing tahe6 '

probably a naval base. Actually 'and we will find ourselves destitute.
these will not be called Americanair That is true in .Jhe physical realm LIQUID OR TABLETS
and naval bases. They will be Here are two German soldiers installing a loud speaker on the /Nazi and is even more true in the spir-

called "co-operation" between the defenses east of the Rhine river. The transmitter was used to broadcast itual life. Withholding from God As in Adversity

U. S. army air corps and the Brazil- music played by a German band to the opposite side of the Rhine where will always result in loss (see Prov Happy it were for all of us if

ian army, also between the naviesof French troops were said to have danced to the melodies. 11:24). we bore prosperity as well and
the two countries. wisely as we endure adverse for-
II. "Build the House" (v. 8). -
Although not publicly announced, tune.-Southe
God's work is constructive. He
the air corps already is arrangingto
have to destroy and tear down,
may
send a group of army airmen to
but He only takes away the old and
Brazil to help train Brazilian avia-
tors. In addition, they will also helpto undesirable that the new and worthy
built. Three words stand
be
'improve Brazilian airports, especially may *
in north Brazil, and make out here. -DUBo I I"I
them available to U. S. army planes C + ., 1. "Go." The Lord wants His 'Cap-Brush"Applic4lor makes"BUCK LEAF 40CO ",
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HT to get into action. Haggaiwas JUST A
-when and if. people MUCH FARTHER
DASH IN FEATHERS.
All this goes back to the Presi- interested in getting things go-
dent's defense message to congressin ing. Let us follow his example.

which he pointed to the nearnessof "Bring.." We are not to come

the African coast to Brazilwithin to the Lord's service empty hand- Self-Kno\vledge
hopping distance for big bombers.A r { ed. Only as He blesses do we have A man can know nothing of

glance at the '''map shows how anything to bring, but often we fail mankind without knowing some-

close Brazil is to the Canary islands, to bring even that which He has thing of himself.Disraeli.BIG .

owned by Fascist Spain, and reported F' supplied.
fI "
to have been used as bases by 3. "Build. God's work is com-
We to be His ,
German mitted to us. are
warships. Should the Nazis SELLING TO

take over French and British cos- .__.__,__ ____ _....._.n_..__ builders. MONEY COLOREDCosmetics
sessions in Africa, Brazil would be III. "The People Obeyed" (v. 12). ,Medicines Household Articles.No .
extremely close to them. As a mat- "Behold, to obey is better than experience needed.We tell you how.
Members of the East York's regiment Here an unusual sign points the Fast selling wonderful agents proposition.
ter of fact, Germany doesnot haveto sacrifice, and to hearken than the eS
take the allied colonies to be near of the British expedition way to the front lines. It says: fat of rams" (I Sam. 15:22). God Pleasant.Write Easy.for Plan and FREE Samples ".>,

Brazil; already she has titular rightto forces entertain some comrades "Entrance to the Chicago Slaugh is looking for obedient people, and Dept.KEYSTONE WNU the- Old MEMPHIS Reliable TENM.Co.
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the Belgian Congo. with their tunes. ter-House. is ready to bless and use them. The

Northern Brazil is sparsely popu- response to Haggai's- message came

lated and extremely wealthy. In it from As Their CharacterNo

are vast rubber forests, iron ore deposits 1. The Governor. One wonders .nation can rise higher* than
cotton fields. It contains just a s 4c what progress America would make
the character of its people.-Anon.
what Germany needs. h+ back to God if its rulers were to

Should Hitler shatter the United 'S 7 ;. lead us in obedience to His com-
Kingdom, U. S. strategists believe a ( mands and in seeking His face in .
northern Brazil would be his first repentance and prayer. Thank God I
objective in the Western hemi- for every truly spiritually minded D1U0lts 11
sphere. Hence the hurried negotia- national leader, and pray that oth- sroGOOD1I

tions between the state departmentand k'J ers may yield themselves to the. con- eoms u1cF tin.N sou -
the Brazilian embassy. trol of the Lord. Then came 1stso

2. The High Priest. All too often ''tanrd s- '
WAR SECRETARY WOODRINGIf religious leaders have actually hin- I .

the President wants to get rid \ dered the work of God-and what a -
of War Secretary Harry Woodring, e f hindrance they can be I We read Rs 'tessedRetieJLRHEUMATISMS1
it looks as if he would have to'blast. that in Haggai's time the high priest
The nobby little Kansan is refusingany obeyed. Christian leaders, are we / 1
ordinary sops to vacate. too going before our people in unquestioning -
Roosevelt obedience to God? If
"Harry, propositioned
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recently, "how'd you like to be min- pot, why should we not begin now? Only
War is but time Even the modern travels 3. The People Also Obeyed and
ister to Canada? That's a very important war, out must army
post and will become more be taken to keep cleani so these on its stomach, and these Nazi soldiers Feared God. Many capable Chris- GOOD MERCHANDISECan

so as things develop." British troops enjoy their Satur. wearing camouflaged jacketsand tian workers believe that the far youth from

"No, thank you, Mr. President" day bath. No de luxe accommodations hoods, take time out from )f America than of our their day fathers, are Be CONSISTENTLY Advertised

was the quiet but.firm ,reply. "The for Tommy Atkins., only tin fighting to prepare a spot of break being ctually worse seeking for real spiritual O BUY ADVERTISED GOODS O
only diplomatic post I would consider -
pails and wooden tubs. fast.
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DR. JAMES W. BARTON

(Released by Western Newspaper Union.)

A FEW years ago there

were many operationsfor

sinus trouble-the: little

hollows or caverns adjoiningthe

nose. TheseTODAY'S LOOKOUT l MOUNTAIN( ( ihOTIEIL

sinuses are A Vacation Paradise

the sounding box Located on highest point of Lookout Mountain, overlooking Chattanoogaand
,I HEALTH seven mountain ranges.Cool nights-pleasant days.All sports including
of the voice. Thus outdoor swimming pool golf riding tennis. Rates moderate. Addrttt. .
S. JOHN LITTLEGREEN; Manager
when a head cold COLUMN Lookout Mountain Hotel a Chattanooga Tenneiaee.

is present and

these little sinuses get filled with

mucus, the voice sounds flat and"zing" ASK ME A Quiz.With Answers

I AL sounds like "ick." ? Offering formation

When these head colds be- ANOTH E R on Various Subjects

came, very common and the
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mucus and sometimes pus was too

thick to drain out, the enlarging of The Questions The Answers

the opening was frequently done by

nose surgeons to enable this mucus 1. What federal government department 1. Treasury department.

and pus to drain out. The. enlarged includes the secret serv- 2. Not at all.

.d3Rf' i' opening also helped to "ventilate"the ice? 3. More than 400 different spe .
'w+H s1)vaCari l'.tCa.fi'wa. ";nrti:b sinus, thus keeping its lining of 2. If you eschewed your dinner, cies of plants capture and digest

mucus membrane in a more would you eat it fast, slow, or not insects.
FOOD FOR THE FAMILY OR FOR GUESTSSee
healthy conditioa. at all? 4. No. Many of the songs do not
( Recipes Below) Unfortunately, these openings 3. How many plants capture in- deal with religious subjects.

to from the sinus into the nose are not sects? 5. Kentucky, bounded by Illinois,
It takes little imagination
placed in the best 4. Are Negro spirituals alwaysof Indiana, Ohio, West Virginia, 'Vir-
evolve! a good meal in summer. If you're planning a club tea to Y position for drainage
a religious character? ginia, Tennessee and Missouri.
Whether you are planning a menu bring the social season to a close, /: F>' when we are stand-
5. What state in the United 6. The Hebrew in
language
for the family or for' guests, there'sall you'll want to read EleanorHowe's -- ,
ing or sitting; but as
world from r -- : States is bounded by seven states? which the Bible was originally
'
of the
the wealth column next week. She'llgive
Dr. Louis M. Pearl-
6.Why are there written does
no
contain
proper namesin not a corresponding -
which choose!
to for
you plans and recipes a states in Hy-
man the Bible beginning with "W"? letter.
There is fresh asparagus and delightful summer tea. Be sure geia, the' different

home-grown berries, new potatoes; to watch for this column next positions one natur-

tiny green onions, and all the other week! ally takes when lying -

tender green things from the down are favorable -

garden. Discard, or use in soup. Tie stalks to the emptying I Quickly Crocheted Chair Set I I

Remember that sunshine and together loosely in a bundle and L of the sinuses.
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warm weather and foods with zest- place upright in saucepan contain- When one lies on

ful flavor go together ing the boiling water to which Dr. Barton the left side, the a chair set or scarf ends that will

and plan j-7l salt' has been added. Cook, uncov- right antrum (sinusin dress up your room! Pattern 2506

your menus '( ered, until ends of stalks begin to cheek bone) is emptied; when contains _directions for -makingset

around fresh- IA.t. be tender, about 15 minutes; then one lies on the right side the left ; illustration of it and stitches;

J tasting fruits and ( lay bunch of asparagus flat in pan antrum is emptied, and when one materials required. Send order to:

vegetables, for and continue cooking until tips are lies face downward the sinusesat

they have win- b tender, 5 to 10 minutes, then drain. upper and back part of the
ning ways with Cream butter and add lemon juice nose (level with the eyes) are emp- Sewing Circle Needlecraft Dept.

jaded appetites. There's the minted slowly. Pour this mixture over hot' tied. 82 Eighth Ave. New York

pineapple pictured above, that'sa Enclose 15 cents in coins for Pat
cup asparagus and serve at once. However, it has been found that
grand first course for a summer of tern No...........
Fruit Salad Dressing. in many cases operation is no
lunch or dinner; it's as refreshingas 2 egg yolks help and may leave the patient in r NameAddress...............................

a cool breeze off the lake! Thereare Vz cup strained honey the same condition as before opera- rv 'I tt .......................eo.eo.
fruit salads, too-cool and color- Juice of 1 lemon tion and with some loss of smell.
ful as summer gardens; and vegetable Dash of salt Dr. Pearlman states further:
plates, which well arranged,
1 whipping cream
cup "The present trend, of treatmentis
have appetite-appeal galore. And,
by the way, your calorieconsciousfriends Place egg yolks, honey, lemon tracing the trouble to its source 4ir41 HANDY 1Iom.e ll4e ''JARS'MOROLIINE1 '
juice and salt in top of double boiler, and getting rid of it before ''the con-
will bless if you serve L
you
them, when you entertain the club, and cook Vz hour, stirring frequently. dition becomes chronic. Stress is ,1. 1f .'!Y .!, 1' ;o
Remove from heat, beat with a laid on increasing the resistance of WHITE PETROLEUM JELLY -
these refreshing, filling, but not too
Dover egg beater, and cool. Whip the individual and performing' only
fattening combinations.Plan '
cream and' then pour the chilled slight operations to increase ventila- .! Zc4'$ How to Read d4
around of
your menus some honey mixture into the whipped tion and drainage."
the fresh and tempting recipes be- beater Read not to contradict and con-
cream, beating'with Dover ,
less meat and table salt
Eating
low, and when you serve a salad or fute, nor to believe and take for i
vegetable for the main dish of the Baked -Eggs in Tomato Cup. and eating more fruit and vege- ) granted, nor to find talk and dis
(Serves 5-6) tables number of
meal, serve with it some unusual seems to ,help a : + aa iuiiv iar'r course-but to weigh and consid-
6 tomatoes chronic sinus .
these cases. ;;
bread and the
a beverage, simplestkind er.Bacon.INDIGESTION.
Salt
of dessert.

You'll find tested recipes for unusual Pepper 6 eggs Fat Foods ImportantIn Pattern 2506

bread and rolls to with
serve ,
Buttered bread crumbs started on crochet that
summer meals, in my cook book, Soft cheese (grated) Diet and'WeightVIRTUALLY ,; GET love-repeat this easy may affect the Heart
act like
a
"Better Baking." Gas trapped in the stomach or gullet may
Scoop out tomato centers and flower medallion and fill the quickly bair-nggerontheheart. At the first sign of distress
June Fruit Appetizer or Dessert. sprinkle with salt. Place tomatoes all reducing diet crocheted basket. You'll have Bet smart gas men free.and No women laxative depend but on made Bell-ans of the Tablets fastest-to
acting medicines known for acid indigestion. It the
Fresh pineapple in muffin pans. importance of cut FIRST DOSE doesn't prove Bell-ans better retnrn
. .. Fresh strawberries (),\ Break an egg into ting down on starch foods-bread, bottle to DB and receive DOUBLE Money Bade.?S c.

:: ; Confectioners' sugar //iJ each tomato. Sea1.11U..C potatoes, sugar' and pastry-if satis-

?' 0 Cut pineapple ininch slices, un- son, and top with factory reduction is to be obtained. Strange Facts Consistently Inconsistent?

peeled. Then cut each slice in o ,f, buttered crumbs Now starch foods give energy, helpto Inconsistency is the only thingin
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wedge-shaped pieces. Wash straw- and cheese. Bakein make the fat foods burn more Spike Down Earth which men are consistent.Horatio -

berries, leaving the stems on them. .a moderate oven ((350 degrees) completely, and should be eaten in Heat Crime Excuse Smith.
Chill the fruits thoroughly, then on until tomatoes are tender and egg certain amounts even by those who

individual dessert plates arrangethe are set.Minted are overweight.What Cross Classification

pineapple wedges and the straw- Pineapple Gems. about fat in the daily diet? FOR COOL, HAPpy FEET
After has ((1Liar
C. an earthquake occurred -
(Serves .
4) .
berries, in a ring around the plate. For the overweights who wish to I
Place a mound of confectioners' 1 14-ounce can pineapple (spool lose weight the tremendous food or in the territory occupied by s = :
size chunks) the primitive Baigas in India, the RUB WITH MEXICAN HEAT POWDER
sugar in the center of each plate, be ,
fuel value of fat should never
4 tablespoons lime juice men of, the tribe drive nails ,into
and serve at once.
1 teaspoon fresh mint (minced) forgotten; any quantity of fat food the ground to make it firm again. .
Hot Weather Vegetable Plate. has twice the food value of the same
New potatoes browned in butter Arrange pineapple in fruit cocl quantity of either of the other main ((, At certain periods of the year I DiscreditedA

Small whole beets rolled in mint tail glasses. Combine lime juice classes of foods, that is, starchesand on the hot plains and deserts of liar is not believed even

Spinach with hard cooked eggs and mint, and pour over the pine proteins (meat, eggs, fish,cere- South America, South Africa and though he tell the truth.-Cicero.
apple. Chill thoroughly before serv- Asia Minor, the bitter and burn-
Nutted squash als). .
ing. ing winds are so nerve-rending
Green onions.
Fruit Salad. Fat Foods for Underweights.For that who commit crimes,
persons
Parboil small pared potatoes in Toss together in a salad bowl 1 the same reason-fat foods even murder, during these galesare FEEL GOODHere
whole beets in
butter. Cook small,
cup watermelon balls, 1 cup canta- being rich in fuel value-under- seldom punished. Is Amazing Relief of
boiling water Drain until loupe balls, 1 cup honey dew melon weights are advised to eat fat foods Probably the only island whose Conditions Due to Sluggish Bowels

Y,:,o. c and tender. Add balls, 1 cup pitted red cherries. Add up to the point where the amount of inhabitants, normally about 700, )1 &VW/V/T If you think all laxatives
peel. french dressing enough to coat all food does not cause indigestion and llaWi&tfm&ttl_ act alike. just try thUSOiiiiaitiiiB
and
consist solely of ..
now women
melted
butter. : all vagauble laxatlv
T J \ Then roll buttered the fruits, and mix lightly. Serve on spoil the appetite.A children is Molene, off the coastof So mild. thorough refreshing invigorating. Dependable
individual plates with two or three table that should help over- I relief from alck headaches bilious spells.
Brittany. Every one of its men associated with
beets in when constipation.
1 tired feeling
stalks of well-chilled french endive weights to pick out foods they like has been called for service in the I UUIiniifDIIr Bet a 2Sc box of NR from your
chopped green for garnish. that are low in fats, and under- nlUlOUl tuSn druggist. Make the test-thenif
- : mint. Cook spin- weights to select foods they like and French army.C. not delighted return the box to us. We will

ach in salted water, drain, and sea- This Practical Cook Book Costs (which agree with them) that are (, Telephone e subscribers in Sao refund price. That's the purchase fair. ITO-NICHT
son with salt, pepper and butter. Paulo, Brazil, are listed in the Get NR Tablets today.
Only Ten Cents. rich in fats, is given by Dr. R. G.
, Garnish dish with hard cooked egg Red Book under five classifica-
When you serve a salad or a vege- Sinclair, department of biochemistry -
white rings and top with riced egg tions: name, street, address, busi-
table plate as the main dish of your Queens university, Kingston,
yolks. Steam small summer squash 'with it in ness or profession, post office box Secret of FriendshipThe
meal, serve delicious and unusual Canada, in a booklet, "Nutrition
until tender. Cut in halves, scoop bread or rolls. You'll find test- Everyday Practice," issued by the and automobile license number.- only way to have a friend is

out centers, and mash. Season with ed recipes for different biscuits, Canadian Medical association. There Collier's. I to be one.-Emerson. \
melted butter salt and
pepper. muffins and bread in Eleanor are three divisions, (a) foods low
Sprinkle chopped nut meats over Howe's inexpensive cook book, Bet- in fat, (b) foods containing a me-

top.vidual Arrange plates and vegetables garnish on with indi-a ter Baking.rolls There are recipes for dium amount of fat, (c) foods rich. Get this FREE S'8 E' II

sprig of apricot blueberry muffins and in fat. {
parsley. f
Fresh Asparagus With Lemon honey drop biscuit; and recipes for Foods low in fat: Less than 2'per For over 70 years grateful people all over the South have trustedWintersmith's '
crusty peanut butter bread or date Tonic for the relief of Malaria. To convince +
Butter Sauce. cent of fat: vegetables, most fruits,
and nut bread to complete this complete,761-page Holy Bible,FREE. / -
YOU
(4 servings) your cereals, _bread, egg whites and but- ,we are offering
e 2 small bunches fresh salad meals. termilk. Just mail the top from one large carton (or the tops from two ,
asparagusor
( 1 large bunch) You'll find recipes for cookies, Foods with medium amount of small cartons) to Wintersmith Chemical Co: ,Inc.,Louisville,Ky. I
cakes and pastries too and
5 cups boiling water this fat-2 to 10 per cent-cream soups,
Ilk teaspoons salt practical booklet is only 10 cents. milk, veal, chicken, turkey, lean
1/4 cup butter To get your copy promptly send 10 beef crab meat.
cents in coin to "Better "
,1 tablespoon lemon juice Baking, Foods rich in fats-about 10 per
Cut off lower parts of asparagus care Eleanor Howe, 919 North Mich- cent-butter, and other fats and oils, ionic
Avenue Illinois.
stalks as far down as they will snap. igan Released Chicago, salmon, tuna, lamb, pork duck,
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PAGE FOuR THE CLEWIS TON NEWS FRIDAY, JUNE 14, 1940
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The Clewiston News that flag. The Supreme Court said ::..:..o(..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..!.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:. 'blood of every nationality, every lams, Mrs. Allen, Mrs. Cornette,
"the flag Is the symbol of our na- --- -- 1\1rs. M. C. Doke Mrs.
------- - creed, and every color, has mingledon Broadrick,

tional unity, transcending all internal the battlefield, that Americaand Irs. Herman Davis Mrs. Hodges,

Published every Friday In Clewlston differences, however large, Too Late To ClassifyBy all it stands for might live. Mrs. R. C. Nowling Mrs. J. L.
Florida by the CLEWISTON NEWIDCo within the framework of the Con- During the past few weeks I Whitaker and Mrs. L. C. Miller rB.
stitution." This Court has had
RUSSELL KAY have encountered hysterical rumors
r occasion to say that "the flag Is talk L. CHURCHWEI/L PASSESB.
KEATHLEY DOWDEN, Editor the symbol of the nation's power, ,:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:. and citizen wild suspected about of being this a or"fifth that I
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the emblem of freedom In its truest My little black dog Is a very columnist". Ugly rumors, absolutely L. Churchwell, of High Springs,

Entered as second class mall matter best sense; it signified government gentle and peaceful creature. He unfounded as to fact based onlyon father of Mrs. Blanche Turner of
February 1, 1927, at the Poet Office in resting on the consent of the gov- Clewiston died at his home Tues-
CLewlston, Florida, under the Act of is well behaved and extremely a German name, an Italian ac- ,
!March 3, 1887.Subscription. ernment; liberty regulated by law; I' friendly, but with one word I can cent or some other nonsensical day after an illness. Mrs. Turner
the, protection of the weak against and her
transform him from a serene and triviality. son, Charles, were called

Rate *:2.00 Per Year. the strong; security against the exercise happy canine into a raving, scratching This loose talk and these silly home by his serious illness and

of arbitrary power; and yelping maniac.All I I rumors are picked up by, thoughtless were there at the time of his
Advertising Rates On Application. absolute safety for free institutions
I have to' do Ig say "KATS", fanatical people, to be enlarged death. The sympathy of the community -

against foreign* aggression.* in a more or less sinister tone and upon and passed along until they is extended to them during

Devoted to the advancement and wel- he'll jump from a sound sleep, intoa are magnified into hideous Indictments their bereavement.
fare of Clewiston and Hendry County. Yes, every day, we are prouderto
ball of furry fury. Although the that can work untold harm --- -----
allegiance to
evalute and pledge
nearest rat -may be ten miles away, and injustice upon honest, upright,
the American
flag. "

,.:.-...:... :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..) I can back point of a under door the or most davenportor any- loyal I realize American full citizens.well, as do all Johnson's Fish Camp o

.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:. where and he'll start to sniff and Americans today, that subversive (Near Hurricane Gate)
i RAMBLINGS claw and bark and whine himself activities are being carried on in Clewiston, Fla.

into ,,a perfect frenzy."A this country, and have been carried

By B. B. FULLER'SFULMINAT10NS I dumb animal", you say. Yes, on here for a long time. I further Boats and Rates Motors-Guide Reasonable Service

but not much dumber than a lot realize that it is IMPERATIVE that
such activities be stamped out and \\ II. Johnson, Mgr.
':"Xoo. "':":":":":":((":" :": ":WXo(' of so called humans we meet every ,
day. During the past few. weeks QUICKLY.But .

Governor Cone designated By FULLEN WARREN in this country a lot of otherwisesane there is a SANE and IN-:

"Bride's Week" this year, adding and normal human beings are TELLIGENT way, to do it, and the J. M. COUSECounselor

another week to the many already ..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: acting pretty much like the little government has set up a special de-
celebrated. But, once a bride, al- dog I've been talking about. partment of the F. B. I. charged and Attorney at Law

ways a bride-yea, even unto the ,Political ChicaneryLast Vivid tales of "fifth column" with the job. It is not your job Hopkins Building .

60th year! Fete the newlyweds, week J promised to impartthe activities in connection with the or mine to pass judgment on any Wednesdays and Saturdays r"r
European conflict have fellow citizen. It we have any 0:30 to 4:00
let the sun shine on the brides of suddenly I
strange, but true, story an I
interfere) awakened us to the fact that similar basis for suspecting either Individuals -
(when the rain doesn't I old sow that was slain by a FloridaI
I or groups, our duty Is to
but forget not those who were'sheriff for purely political purposes. operations are in progress in America. -
I I Thousands of folks report with full and complete details -
who for
brides this year years, and years Today I am going to tell this Omahappi&iman...
to the
nearest '
F. B. I.
and years ago.: This may not be : story just as it was told to me by months paid no attention to the agent
and we can rest assured that the
findings of the Dies
their wedding day, but it may be the man who played the villain. Committee,
matter will be
an anniversary day, and here's a who have looked with no alarm ou investigated promptly. -
Many odd and amusing things And since /
"bunds" you and I are untrained -
remember or numerous other subversive
.' chart that will help you -
occur during political campaignsthat activities and inclined to employ snap /? q isw
ti which anniversary it is. I have suddenlycome .
, : for never get into print. Many out of their slumber to start judgment or go off half cocked, it ,

: If you've a poor memory artifices, entirely unknown to the I a "witch-hunt" that if not curbed behooves us to refrain from expressing -

seldom-used information as we most astute politicians, are origin- our own suspicions or starting .
I :' out and stick and intelligently, directed can prove I ; 4
have, you'll cut this ated by petty local politicians in as cruel and inhuman I ugly rumors and better that we !
as anythinga
it in your scrap book, or the back attempting to become office holders Nazi Gestapo might devise. await the findings of the F.' B. I.

I r" of your cookbook'or some-place and enjoy the perquisites incident America has Let us keep our feet on the
I : else. For lack of this chart, we have thereto. rightfully been
ground, our heads clear, and let
termed the
"melting pot" of the
failed completely in observing our
k: :! One of the most adroit and ingenious world, for our 130,000,000 peopleare our actions and our tongues be
./
steel, silk, lace and ivory'anniver-
guided by tolerance, and
of the artifices that ever made of justice!
up a
conglomeratemass
.,:; saryThe last one we remember
came to the attention of this jaded of descendants of fair play. It is possible to be firm
::" was the 10th (tin) one, and in every nationality and
yet not, fanatical.
writer, occurred some years ago They'represent
September the crystal is scheduled. every 1
during the heat of the'political
creed and color and
they have
): So here's the chart-maybe you can come
W. M. S. HOLDS
PROGRAM
season. An illiterate sheriff of a
to us from the ends of the earth. t If
do better.
{ small county was a candidate for Among them are many born in MEETING AT BAPTIST CHURCH v
;. 1st paper; 2nd, calico; 3rd,
re-election. His
opponent was
very Germany, France
Italy, Belgium,
'; ,muslin; 4th, silk; 5th, wood; '6th, strong. The incumbent's election The program meeting of the spy s?
or some other country Additional
iron; 7th, copper; 8th, bronze; 9th, hinged upon the vote given him in Womans Missionary Society was
millions
are only one generation
pottery; 10th, tin; 11th, steel; 12th, I a certain precinct, so close was the removed held Tuesday afternoon at the

silk; 13th, lace; 14th, ivory; 15th, race. The vote of this precinct I if from the "old country", but church. Mrs. B. E. Herring, pro- '
they were! born in America or gram chairman, assisted by Mrs. N F [Opp 0
: crystal; 20th, china; 25th, silver; was controlled by an old patriarchwho have LL Z
.:.F- 30th, pearl; 25th, coral; 40th, ruby; was infinitely ignorant but becomenaturalized they are W. R. Broadrick, Mrs. Arch Hodges,
just as much Americans and just as Mrs. C. M. Allen, Mrs. A. R. Broad-
: 50th, gold; 75th, diamond. '
possessed of almost. immutable
; much entitled to enjoy its blessingsand foot, Mrs. E. M. Cornette and Mrs.
,
i/ Maybe the chart isn't accurate. political convictions.This .
,
protection
: as;r.you and I. Like- C. Nelson, gave an interesting
;' We can't imagine why silk is old man was bitterly opposedto pro-
wise,
as good Americans ,
they are gram on phases of missionary workin Clewiston Federal <
scheduled for two anniversaries, un- the sheriff.
\ Every friendly ad- just as loyal and ready to defend Afrida.
.. less it is that in the 8 ,interveningyear
vance of the sheriff had been re this
country against its
enemies Attending were Mrs.
Herring,,
the silk has worn out. pulsed. Election day was near *at whomsoever Savings and LoanAssociation
,; they may be. Mrs. A. D. Dixon, Mrs. Broadfoot,
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hand. The vote of this particular From the days of the American' Mrs. A. W. Dodge, Mrs. Floyd
A medical friend who knows more precinct would determine the
result Revolution up to the present the Habna Mis.
E. M. Vent, Mrs. Wll- I
German than we do gave the literal of the election. The sheriff
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meaning of the word "blitzkrieg". was in dire straits.

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"Blitzkrieg" means "lightning"war" patriarch's farm on a political Af xx t

...: errand. He was several hundred .t.'i. <- .0;*

yards beyond the farm house when :ii::: ,' .::::

:!_> Up in Taylor county, which he espied an old sow standing ..',-'. : :;::i:.
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originated the defeated candidate
motionless in the middle of the f.f

I.. ads we quoted last week was a road, with a large litter of pigs ; .::.V.J.X f

. '. filling station operator who was close by. A daring plan, conceived ft! it2 ",: .

:. also defeated. This week his filling in desperation and born of necessity, *:* ALL I ELECTRIC I ,, ,

:. station ad runs like this: entered the sheriff's head. He gave (--; I.r't

I;- "I Thank You, and appreciate his powerful car all the gas; where- :::: ;}: ,, -,', :t1 ::i:
'
:'., the fine vote and support given me. upon it shot forward with amazingswiftn.ess. ''ii"- -.. : HOME .;.{.
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It was a nip and tuck race and I It struck the senile, old ?: J \ .,.*,,
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: nipped and Bob tuck it five swine ::
by midway between the bow and ; ; ;
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votes. I am now making a canvass the stern. She crumbled and i

for the sale of gasolineOilsTiresTubesAccessories. cracked like a piece of fragile 8 AIV :.._

We are macaroni under the impact of a :: .
also taking in Washing and Polish sledge hammer. There not 'i'.i'... ..
was Ixx::: : Electricity is the modern servant servant t h.
a ii
ing Don't ;
forget we didn't giveaway enough left, in one piece, of the ::::

'; all our gas and oil and have old pork producer to. make a sand- ::::: takes care of both the work and the pleasures of the

tk_; plenty left-so come see us. Thank wich for the midget that sat on i

ing you for your vote-and now the lap of J. Pierpont Morgan. *.* home and one that will do everything quickly, efficiently :i: -:

K 7 your patronage, Always your friend. The sheriff drove slowly back --.t'.t' I and economically. .t.
--t:
.
r : Judson B. Faircloth. The Gasoline to the house of the hostile old farmer. u: t


E r:...', Man-Not a *Politician.* and. walked He stepped at a funereal out of pace his car up- I.: : 9 One penny will toast 26 crunchy slices of toast, or :i: i


t:;;- Flag Today Day,the and nation there will will be celebrate a more to owner the of front the door deceased and sow.called-,Then the I :?:?:: give your eyes two hours of safe reading light or ,operate :t::

!t(.. '.' fervent and heart-felt observance with simulated grief that would I :iF i::i: your radio for most of a day-and-ELECTRICITY is :i::::

t t< than the nation. has seen in many have done credit to a paid mourner, :;:::: I
f.'. years. Sometimes we scarcely pause he told the tragic tale of the grue- one thing that gets cheaper the more of it that you use. ::

f':, 'to notice the day, unless we find some accident. In the course of ......

?(- the keenly bank aware closed.of the This privilege year we which are the recital the he dilated profusely upon I :::;: That is why it is so easy to have. and. enjoy a home ItwC:::: '..',

'. is ours under the government represented the old tender sow,maternal her symmetrical qualitiesof :::?:. that is all electric and modern.. :i::::

by the stars and stripes. physique, her amiable disposition, B;

l-V::.. I Last week our neighbor Addle : her fecundity and her sundry other x.-'
Mills was cleaning house virtues. IIII .:. .:
and when I He concluded by offering t ''
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f' her sons came in from play they I to pay any price for the slain swine. I !

:". promptly dashed to the garbage The old patriarch named the price I ELECTRICITY IS YOUR CHEAPEST SERV- it

can to see what treasures of theirs whereupon the sheriff handed him

mother was about to discard.. They twice the amount. It is needlessto A.:..:.

; were fired with indignation when say that the sheriff carried that :XA::: :
ANT-USE IT EXTRAVAGANTLY
they found an old ten-cent store precinct and was elected.By A'Y :YX:::

American flag, tattered and soiled such strange stratagems and J ..t..t....

", and with its staff long since gone. artifices the sheriff kept himself in I I_ AAI XXA
The flag was smoothed office for _' .t..I.
out and re- nearly sixteen
years. He :: .., .;.
.' turned to their room, and mother was still feeding freely at the public .

was given a lecture on patriotism. I trough, when a charge of swift, :ii: A.... .. .H
Yes, we are all, the oldest and the leaden death, propelled from the I

youngest of. us, proud of our heri- pistol of a crazed assassin cut short AXI

tage as American citizens, and his career.

proud to salute and pledge allegiance f : A XA
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to the American* *flag. Glades Power and7light Co. : :

The National Editorial Associa-
The United States Supreme Court tion is i
composed of
has just given a decision that it Is editors newspaper I
and publishers from 1
all
over
proper for a school board to I .s"t .. !
N require the
United States and
their annual ll =:): '
the I ; -
saluting of the American :;::
convention ...
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FRIDAY, JUNE 14, 1040 THE CLEWISTON NEWS PAGE FIVE

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Pat McGehee made a trip to the EngelhardtCrewsMiss :MRS. NOWLING HONOREE AT ly. Prizes were won by Mrs. Earl

lower East Coast this week, return- PARTY AT WENZLOFF HOMEA : Dyess, Harvey Altman and Bill

ing with a new speed-boat whichhe Dyess. "

:; l Personals J purchased in Miami. Alma Crews, daughter of surprise stork shower was Guests were Mr.. and Mrs. M.

Mr. and Mrs. Solon B. Crews of given for Mrs. R. C. Nowling yester- Carlisle, Mary Carlisle, Mr. and

Fort Myers and sister of Mrs. E. day afternoon at the home of )Mrs.G. Mrs. Dan Carlisle, Mr. and Mrs.
___ Mrs. A. B. Hunt and Mrs. J. D.
C. Mills, Clewiston, and Leo W. E. Wenzloff, with Mrs. M. C Wiley Daniel, Mr. and Mrs. Fulton

Mrs T. B. Shelley of Miami spent Baigrie of LaBelle spent the week- Engelhardt were united in marriagein Doke, Mrs. A. H. King, Mrs. H. Cochran, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Carl-

the week-end in Clewiston. I end with Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Herr-; a quiet ceremony performed G. McLeroy and Mrs W. J. Robi ton, Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Wilson,

ing, and son, Bernie.W. Friday afternoon in the parsonageof son as co-hostesses.::; Mr. and, Mrs. Glenn Dyess, Mi. and
'
'. Paul Irons, Pahokee, was a business -I the First Methodist Church, Fort Contest prizes were won by Mis. Mrs. Earl Dyess, Mrs T. Story

visitor in Clewiston yesterday. G. Watt of Wellington, Myers. The Reverend Rembert A. E. E. Kelly and delicious: refresh- Mr. and Mrs. Julian Bussell, Mi.

is the guest of his' sister, Mrs. Ohio'j Guy officiated in the presence Of ments were served by the hostesses and Mrs. Julian Dixon, Mr. and

Mrs F. L. Tatoiu of Lake Worth Pendleton. the families and a few intimate Mrs. Nowling was presented with Mis. Harvey Altman, Mr.: and Mrs..
Pendleton and Rev.
is visiting Mrs. W. D. King. friends. many lovely gifts. Ad Beck, Stanley Altman, Spencer

The bride, a pretty: blonde, worna The guest list included"Mrs.. Beard, Buck: 'Minis Bill Dyess, G.

,,',-.,. Miss Mary Markette was a visitor. Miss Runelle McGehee has returned dress of tucked rose crepe witn E. Herring, Mrs C. Nelson, \ D'I R. Dyess: and Kathryn; Dyess.

Sunday in Bartow. to spend the summer with a trim of white lace. Her' accessories A. R. nroadfoot; 1\lrs. W. W.

her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. were in white and her cor- Mrs. Herman Davis, Mrs. Floyd EVENING BRIDGE CLUB MET

.v. C.cv'. Allen, of Homestead, is McGehee._ She is a student at sage of lavender asters. i Hanna, Mrs. E. J. Vent, Mis. E. AT LANIEU .HOME: WEDNESDAYMrs.

!i visiting his son, D. B. Allen, and Monte Verde School, near Orlando.Mr. The groom 'is'a son' of Mrs. L. W. .i L. Hayes, Mrs. C. J. Lovvorn, Mrs -
.
W. H. Lanier entertained
,', family."Mrs.: .- Engelhardt and the late Mr. Engel- C. E. Nall, Mrs. E. M. Cornette, ,
I. the evening bridge club at her
and Mrs. G. E. Wenzloff, hardt. He is a partner in Spoonerand Mrs. C. W. SImms, Mrs. L. C.

: L. R. Oliphant of ,Marietta, Mrs. Clarence'' Krueger, Mrs. W. J. Engelhardt, Inc. Miller, Mrs. G. E. Etherton, Mrs home Wednesday, awarding a Pyrex

Ga. is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Robison and Rev. and Mrs. H. G. After a honeymoon on the East M. A. Thomas, Mrs. W. R. Broad- frying pan to Mrs. Carl Johnson pitcher

,R. C.: Wilson, and Mr. Wilson. visitors in rick, Mrs. C. R. Kruger, Mrs. W. I for high score and a crystal
McLeroy were Monday Coast Mr. and Mrs. Engelhardt will to Mrs. C. E. Nail for second high
I II E. Theus, M rs. M.; C. Vowell, Mrs.
I Okeechobee. be at home in the Miles apartments, .
Mrs.: R. M. Hare, jr. and son, I Fort Myers. Gilbert Suggs, Mrs. Arch Hodges, score.A
salad course was served at
Ronald, are visiting relatives in Morris Ford, who attended The I Mrs. Alex McGowan, Mrs. R1..
I the refreshment hour to Mrs. Johnson -
Abbeville, Ga. for a few weeks. Hare, jr., Mrs. A. C. Carlton Mrs
the
Citadel, Charleston, S. C. during MRS. THOMAS WINS FIRSTPRIZE I Mrs. H. R. Hall, Mrs. Nall,
the BRIDGE CLUB FRIDAY J. L. Whitaker and Mrs. C.\1.
past term, is spending summer AT
Mrs. R. C. Nowling, Mrs. Roy
G. R. Sims and Reginald Sims of
Allen.
Mr. and
here with his parents,
Alston Mrs. Turner and Mrs.
New Port few Harry
Richey a days
, spent Mrs. G. M. Ford.H. Mrs. G. B. Thomas won a pair R. C., Wilson. '
I'(, here fishing this. week. of cut-work pillowcases for first JIMMY KNIGHT CELEBRATESWITH I

I H. Hunt, Frank P.= Brown and prize at the bridge club, which PARTY, .4TH BIRTHDAYMrs. UP THE
SIZING MULE
' H. J. B. Scharnberg, Harry T. i I I
'I Alfred Hardman: of the United met at the home of Mrs H. R.
Vaughn, Max Meluh and Mr. Poe R. H. Knight entertained I
States Engineer Office, Jacksonville, Hall Friday afternoon. Mrs. W. "The mule wrote
a schoolboy,
! spent Sunday at Fellsmere.T. with' a children's party Monday ?
here this
I were business visitors H. Lanier won.a. novelty pastel "is a hardier bird than the guseor
week. necklace as cut prize, and Mrs. afternoon celebrating the 4th birthday and diffrunt. He
turkey wears
J. Reilly attended the sheriff'sassociation of her son, Jimmy. The chil-
Mae Drew Lee received a lovely
his wings on the side of his head.
meeting in West Palm dren played with toys indoors, and
,Mrs. Foy ,Durrence left Wednesday clip as guest remembrance. He has two'legs! to walk with two
Beach Wednesday were served individual cakes, each
Mrs.
to join her mother-in-law, A frozen salad course was ser- more to kick with, and is awful
M. Durrence of Glenville, Ga. fora with a birthday candle, and ice "
C. L. Downs ,vas a business visi- ved by the hostess to Mrs. Thomas, backward about going forward. --
tor in'West Palm Beach Wednes- trip to New York to visit a son Mrs. Lanier, Mrs. Lee, Mrs. L. C. cream. The Progressive Farmer. .
of the elder Mrs. Durrence. They Miller, Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, Mrs. Bright colored rubber balls were

day. will also visit the fair while away. Dave Alston, Mrs. Carl Johnson given as favors to Linda Lee,

and Mrs Keathley 'Bowden Shari Land Bettye Carol Flaniken, Glnsxei Scientifically Broken LCIIKCM .
R. E. Kurtz of Fort Myers was a
Misses Margaret Von Mach, Carol Augur, Clare Jones, Wayne Fitted and Repaired Duplicated
business visitor here the first of the
P. D. GUDBAUR
Runelle McGehee, Renee Wethington SCHOOL LIBRARY TO STAY King, Gene Fuller, Car ol i n e DR.

week. and June Hooker, Ed Von OPEN DURING SUMMER MONTHSMrs. Thomas, Paul Bowden, Gene Berry,' OptometristPhone

.. Mach, J. B. Brantley, Morris Ford, Benny Prewitt, Sharon Crochet, Carol Ins :5 Collier Arcade
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Morrison and Fort MycrK, Florida
Robert and Lloyd Kelly spent _the J. Vaughn, school librarian, Gaskell, Sue Cornette, Emma Jan Successor to K. H. Oakley
Barbara
their daughter, Miss are
day at Palm Beach Sunday.Mr. has announced that the school Ezelle, John Perry, Donald Terrell,
Shores Penn.
visiting in Jersey ,
library will be kept open every day George Anne Suggs, Ronald Har3

.-. Rev. and Mrs. H. G. McLeroy and Mrs. Harley Watson and except Saturday and Sunday during and Heather Guthrie. MECHANICAL, STRUCTURAL

.... and Mrs. A. H. King were visitors son, of Arcadia, arespending the the summer :months. The, hours ARCHITECTURAL DESIGNS
week in Clewiston 4 the Inn. Mr. :MRS. DYESS ,ENTERTAINS WITH
.rb. Monday in Fort Myers. are from 10 to 12 in the morningsand Maps ,Estimates

.... Watson is a prominent independentcane from 2 to 4 in the afternoons. BINGO PARTY ON BIRTHDAYMrs. JOHN II.. DOTY

Mrs. Christine Chapman Roberts grower and is here on busi Anyone is privileged to use the Eligineering Consultant

ness. library during the summer. Herman Dyess entertained
spent the week-end, with her pa-
rents in Miami. The benefit library party, given with a bingo party honoring Mrs.G. I Hopkins Bldg. Clewiston, Fla.
Mr. and Mrs. P. R. Daniel, left I .
shortly before the close of the R. Dyess on her birthday recent- i.
Monday for Houston, Texas where
Halson Avant and ''Miss Roberta school term, netted $164.30 for
they will reside. Mrs. Daniel, priorto --
George were visitors Saturday in the library fund..
her marriage last week, was } }v vvv }vvvvvvvvvv } v } }vvv }v v }
West Palm Beach.
... .', Mrs. Lola Gray Moore.' They were 15. Y. P. U. SOCIAL HELD AT y.:- ,- -,." . .Y:.
accompanied by her son'', Leonard
: Mrs. E.: E. Kelly visited her KING HOME: LAST NIGHT '

sister,. Miss Louise Hood, In Jack- Moore. .. .f
sonville this week. --, Miss Elizabeth v.'inn was hostess ;t; "A Piece of Dirt"says
Rev. and Mrs. Kent Pendleton,
last night to members of the B. Y. .
Miss Hortense Collins spent the W. G. Watt and Miss Elizabeth y. yy
P. U. at the monthly social, held yy
week-end visiting Mr. and Mrs. I Ann Whiteman spent Thursday in y
at the home of her parents, Mr.
Don Carlisle in Panal Point. West Palm Beach attending the and Mrs. A. H. King. Several games *_: former Congressman, nationally *

conference of the southwest district Y
y
were enjoyed and refreshments of
Jack Hollingsworth* left this week of Churches of, Christ. Rev. chocolate milk and cookies were :!: known Floridian, to me last week, "is ::
for a two weeks' visit with relatives, Pendleton made a talk at the after- served.

t.: in Macon and Valdosta, Ga. noon session on "Value of Christian" The guest list included Misses ::: the best hedge against inflation". Naturally :: R
America.
The Youth of
Endeavor to
Janice Wynn, Doris Hodges, Bar- y ?
Mrs. Mae Drew Lee, of Crescent
bara Broadfoot, Gaudy Waters ::
:: ;
: City, who was the guest of Mrs MRS. MCLENDON HONORED ; we agree. ;;
Mary Carlisle, Jane Stephens, Betsy ::
J.rW.. Ezelle, left Monday to visit WITH SHOWER FRIDAYMrs. ::: :
Springer, Gertrude Ullendahl,

a,brother in Miami. Edythe Nell Cornette, and Robert t; Farm Land or Your Homesite ;1; <
C. L. McLendon was given l .
and Lloyd Kelly, Jack and Junior .
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Mills spent a stork shower Friday afternoonby I Waters, Carlisle Redish, Eugene _:. ; ". ;::

the week-end with Mrs. Mills' pa- Mrs P. M. McIntyre, jr. Mrs. Cornette Ernest Oliver, Edwin 1 :::: .. '. 't:::, ::;: '- -- .; ,
.... -
rents, Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Crews, Harry Vaughn won a piece of .' .', I
Roath, Don Miller, Guy Elkins, J. .:.-. :. .:- ',
at Fort Denaud. I in the :
costume jewelry as prize D. Hooker, Paul Pullen, Charles I II 1 / :- J., E,. BeardsleyREAL .... ...:> lit
;
sewing contest and Mrs. W. W. I Turner, Munselle Stone, Earl and ." ,::

Mrs. E.' J. Armbruster, Arlington, Perry stationery as prize in the : Elbert Hingston, Robert'Hodges. I' :;: : ESTATE *.- :;jl
Va. was in Clewiston this week to name contest. Mrs. McLendon received Jimmie .
Davis, Lynwood Dixon, .:. ,: '. ,1
attend the funeral of her brother : '
many lovely and useful gifts. Walter Zuhn, Herman Davis, and : ::
-j Chris W. Johnson. :: JIM BEARDSLEY ART' LAWRENCEMILDRED ; :;:J{
Those invited were Mrs. G. H Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Robinson, Mr., ;;; :: :

Brown, Mrs Harry Vaughn, Mrs.E. and Mrs. G. E. Wenzloff, Mr. and :;: BETTY SPICER DURST I :;;

T. C. Musgrave spent' Sunday in C. Mills, Mrs. W. W, Perry, Miss!: Mrs. Arch Hodges and Rev. and y y
Miami with Mrs. yy
Musgrave and Ruth Knight, Miss Ruth Marshall, Mrs. H. G. McLeroy. / >

their son, Eddie, who are enjoying Mrs Virginia Jordan, Mrs. B. A. ./:;:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:N.N:..:..:..:...:..:..:..:..:..1.:..:..NNN:..:..:.1..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:N..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:.:..:..-:. .
a two weeks' stay at the Beach. I E '
:
Bourne, Mrs. Clarence Neilson, -

W. L. Lott, Mrs. W. C. l\Irs'I' .'
Mrs. George Terrell, Mrs. H. Mrs. Otto Larsen, Mrs. Carl John- I
Land and Mrs. T. H. Jones A"j Mrs. V1NGS
son, Miss Hazel Prince and '

visiting Petersburg friends for a in few Tampa days.and ,, Sam Fleming, of Belle Glade. Good FarmLand Safety of Q SAFETY qM Q 'J

Mrs. McIntyre served a salad I (Each Account Q 1NVesTMkNT !
G
course.
.- Dick Patterson and Bill Davisleft" I I ..dividends included.. Z
this week for a period' of I 1 / I
r military STEWARDSHIP IS TOPIC OF INSUREDUP llit r4 ,
training at camp at Fort =

Screven, Savannah, Ga. I LADIES AID PROGRAMMrs. TO $5,000by I I I III 1' UP TO
1">
.q-.... Mr. Kent Peudleton, program for Rent an instrumentality '' GQ #5000. P ,:
and Mrs.
.. Dave Alston and
of the qiy eo r r 1
Miss Martha Nell Alston attendeda chairman, presented a program on eo
show in the topic "Stewardship of Time United StatesGovernment
West Palm Beach Sunday t'
afternoon. and Self" at the Ladies Aid meet- 1Trespassers i: .t
Ing in the church Thursday after- II ; ,

noon. Mrs H. R. Hall and Mrs. ;Vi :
Ken' Harris
. returned Sunday from i[ ,
:: H. -
the
R. Knight assisted in program -
a two weeks' vacation, during whichhe

visited his parents in Washington ._ Under strict Federal :i

D. C. Mrs. I. D. Leydig led the de- ,
votional. Mrs. G. H. Brown was Will Be I S Supervision. Offering

> N. V. S. Mumford left Saturday named secretary to succeed Mrs. \ a safe investmentwith

for Providence, R. I. to spend his Foy Durrence, resigned. ProsecutedClewiston
liberal dividends.
vacation with Mis. Mumford and Mrs. Carl Johnson and Mrs. J. \1
.
their son. G. Nih ack were hostesses for the '
No repurchase 1
I I afternoon and served cool refresh- or !

Mrs. B. J. Schroeder and son, ments to: Mrs J. H. Doty, Mrs. withdrawal fees ",I,

Joe, left Wednesday to visit relatives Foy Durrence, Mrs. J. J. Graham, .tI

in Stuart. Mrs. Fred Joss Mrs. H. R. Hall, Mrs. M. J. HIrsch, charged.

came over from Stuart for them Mrs. H. C. Jones, Mrs. R. H.

Knight, Mrs. I. D. Leydig, Mrs. And'' ,

./ G. B. Thomas has gone to El W. C. Owen, Mrs. R. Y. Patterson, Realty I ,-__- -.H :. ,.

Paso, Texas, for a visit with his Mrs. W.V''. Perry, Mrs. W. F.

,brother, E. M. Thomas, and wife. Simpson, Mrs. E. W. Durst, Mrs. DevelopmentCorporation Clewiston Federal Savings'J

Mr. Thomas accompanied Mr. and Kent Pendleton, Mrs. Bennett Mc-

Mrs. George Prevatt, who are also Laughlin, Mrs. G. H. Brown, Mrs. :

visiting relatives' in El Paso, The Miles Thomas; Mrs. Mae Drew Lee, and Loan Association

party will return to Clewiston about Mrs. L. H, Robbins and Mrs. F. E, J
the first of July
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THE STORY THUS FAR amusement in her deep blue eyes the brainstorm. It has made him. I read
so like Gay's."Kindness He has more commissions than he the quarter

Charming, wealthy Gabriella (Gay for short) Graham engaged to Todd Jane- is an endearing trait ina can handle. He regards Kitty as a m .:::9'a.ZJJ'\es -
way. returns to a cabin In the Maine woods accompanied by a friend Kate Oliver. mother-in-law," Robert Cameron cross between Lady Bountiful and a
the cabin occurred to her when she received a key to It They make me feel
The Idea of a stay at
said He consulted his fairy with a wand, which is flat-
following the death of her godfather. Uncle John Lawrence. The two girls notice that cheerfully. very
someone Is living In the cabin. Kate suspects that Gay knows the Identity of the watch. "My dear, we must be on tering, of course. How did you get .so wealthy.
mysterious occupant. The mystery man returns. He is John Houghton a young our way." on with her?" f\ 1'CnhPI V9 r
doctor whom Gay had known In previous years. Immediately aggressive. Gay asks
him by what right he Is In the cabin. His right, she finds. Is greater than her own. "We're going to the theater with "She's lovely to look at," he said b'Q .
He, too, possesses a key. but more than that, Is heir to It from his Uncle john Gay the Davenports she said in the guardedly, "and very kind."
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godfather. Gay Is high handed with him and he states courteously that he will leave.
Looking at him In the doorway, her old feelings return. She knows that he Is more way she had of seeming to share an Gay looked up at him. 0
necessary to her than Is Todd Janeway the man she Is to marry. Gay.asks John to intimate confidence. "They've just "ButI want you to tell me
reconsider his decision to leave. The next morning brings a different feeling and lr
John decides to remain for his vacation-one more week. The night before Gay and become grandparents and need what you think of everything. No
Kate are to return home to New York John gets an urgent request to can at a cheering." reservations. They lead to misun- WNU Service.
nearby farm. Gay accompanies him while he cares for the patient. Returning to "
the cabin at a late hour. John stops the car. He tells Gay that he loves her The Japanese house-boy came into derstandings. Her face was grave.
andshe admits that he is necessary to her happiness. Meanwhile, worried by their the room. She spoke to him about "Be frank with me, John."
absence. Kate has called Todd Janeway In New York. She knows that Gay and John "I'll
be
for try to frank. It sounds
calling the John watchedher
car.
where he
feel a strong attachment for each other and wants Todd to come to Maine
can talk to Gay. Todd arrives while Kate Is alone. She breaks the news to him. pleasant manner with the serv- ridiculous, I know, but I think I'd
Todd. warmhearted and generous. Is heartsick but refuses to become melodramatic. ant. She was prettier than Gay, feel more comfortable if, she hadn't CLASSIFIEDDEPARTMENT
find Todd.
canoeing return to the cabin there to
John Gay and leaves John temporarily who have and been Gay tells Todd that she has fallen In love with John. he thought, but less beautiful, smaller received me so courteously."

Todd' understanding that It is unavoidable tells her he Is still her best friend.theliolldays.Christ. softer, more rounded. Her hair "Why?" Gay asked in surprise.
mas comes and cy is home In New York awaiting John's arrival for which had been dark was, prema- "Well, after bracing myself to face

turely, turning white. Cut short and the opposition I expected, it's a lit-

CHAPTER VIIContinued10 ed toward him as he started toward curled, it looked like a wig for fancy tle disconcerting to have your mother -

her."Hello. dress rather than a symbol of age. figuratively, at least receive me PHOTOFINISHINGDOUBLESIZE
Her skin in the diffused light which with "
open arms.
his hat i
He removed
J
"Worm! Gay exclaimed. "I hate smiling 'diffidently."Hello. filled the long high-ceilinged room, She laughed in genuine amuse- .. r- PRINTS!!
you. Aren't you up rather early had a honey-colored tint and her 8 cip.roll developed printed.Sic
." Her voice sounded thin ment. "Did you want to fight dragons \ I 16 ozp lUc;reprints.each One-
"
yourself? small pretty mouth was painted the darling?" 1t I day service. Send negative :for
and unnatural. She felt her mouth free sample Mailway Photofin.
"I didn't heed the ads," he said stretch in a mechanical smile. exact shade of the coral azalea "I suppose I did." He laughed Ishor.BoxliaBEvanavnlalnd.New .
mock-tragically. "I failed to do my against her shoulder. She didn't with her."Well .
Christmas shopping early." He bent to kiss her. She lifted her look like anybody's mother. It was cheer up. There's Aunt

"Poor Robert!" Gay smiled. face. A redcap, carrying luggage, difficult to realize, in spite of cer- Flora in ,the offing." Member\ of Press
bumped into them so that his lips, tain points, of resemblance, that she
Though to her father's family it wasa "Who is Aunt Flora? Is she a
mystery, she understood very well glancingly, touched her cheek. bore so close a relationship to Gay. dragon?" Was Promptly Rung Off -
married Rob- "We must find a taxi." She did She turned to him as the house-
why her mother had "She's my father's sister, a wid-
ert. He had, as her mother had, an not "look at him. "I didn't bring a boy slid noiselessly out of the room. ow. She's lived with him since He had just received an appoint- ,,::

ingenuous zest for living. He ,was car. Mother's defection. No, she isn't a ment as junior reporter on the local -

no longer the handsome figure of a His hand cupped her elbow but she dragon. She's pathetic, really. She paper and was full of his own

man-about-town he had been when led the way. A porter followed with persists in observing the conven- importance., His first engagementwas

he became her step-father. He was his luggage. "Did you have a good t tions of 'a polite world of society at a concert in connection

getting stout and somewhat florid trip?" she asked after an intervalof which is"past and gone. And she with a working men's club, and,

and his blond hair 'was receding at silence. expects other people to observe disdaining to use the picket which

the temples, but his spirit was buoy- "Not bad. We were on time." them. She won't receive you with had been sent to the office, he

ant, his nature restfully uncompli- "I'm sorry I was delayed. I left I open arms. Not that she blames you approached the doorkeeper and uttered -

cated and his enjoyment of good the apartment in time but traffic for the recent catastrophe, though.She the one word which he knew

food, good sport and gay company was heavy." Gam, I Il tells me that I am my mother's was the "Open Sesame" to any-

remained undiminished. He was "That's all right. I haven't wait- daughter." where-"Press."

kind, and fond of her. His expres- ed long." "You aren't like your mother, except "What's. that?" asked the door. -_

sion, now, as he looked at her across They stood waiting for the porterto in certain superficial points of keeper. t-"

lace and silver and crystal flowers call a taxi. physical resemblance." "Press "

which splintered the light into glit- "How are you?" he asked. She looked at him, considering, repeated the youth.
and "And what do you think you
admiring
tering sparkles
was
She glanced at him then quickly looked away.
up "
/ are? A bloomin' bell-push? was
interested."Go .
"Have I offended ?" he asked
away. r' you the
to it, kid," he said. "I'm all "Splendid, thank you. Isn't it niceto realizing that he had spoken with disconcerting reply.

for romance myself. If you need have.snow?" more warmth than the comment re -
moral support can count on Un- IIV "I didn't mean-Your mother
you quired. -
"If it keeps on like this the trains !
cle Robert." won't be coming in on time." V h is charming. I-" kVEGETABLEo

He was a dear or maybe in her "No, probably not. Have you had "I wasn't,, offended." She took his
blissful state she felt tender toward breakfast?" hand in hers. "I was wondering Laxative
,
all the world. She blew him a how I could explain Mother to ydu. .t
"No. It doesn't matter For Headache
kiss and went on along the hall. I'm though. No, I'm not like her. I wish f ,
not hungry. Biliousness
were. Mother is really very logi f Ik 11eHc ,
In the drawing-room Suki was A taxi slid in beside them. The cal. When bore I and Dizziness
places or people
wreaths made of
hanging silvered porter 'opened the door. John put her she c when caused
leaves and bunches of blue glass she sees no reason why by
her in, supervised the stowing of "
should pretend that they mean anything Constipation.
berries. She knew it was Suki be-
his luggage sat beside her. The cab
to her. She bored with
was .IS doses for
the kitchen. -
cause Togo's province was .
moved out into traffic. She glancedup
Dad and she divorced him and
It occurred to her that it was a at him. He was looking at her. married so Summerfield." o fi.'m w only 10 cents.
Major
little incongruous that small heathen
The hurt bewilderment in his
eyes,
Suki with his flat lemon colored face the difficult smile that moved "You mean-Mr. Cameron is her 1
across third husband? I heard her speak of
and black bead should be decorating
eyes his lips, restored warmth and a She felt paralyzed, frozen inside.
.... the apartment for a Christian feeling of tenderness. I I a Major Summerfield" at dinner, butI ,1.
had idea"She's
'
no -
N festival. "Hello!" she said softly. "We must get acquainted tomor-

What would John make of it all, of "Hello!" His went around 'I row," she said, laying a small jew- on friendly terms with both
arms "
' said but
Dad and the
Suki and Togo who had been with her. Their lips met and held. Pres- eled hand on his arm. "But no-! I Major, Gay What Is Left
smile little. "SM
her wavered
Robert for years, Mathilde" whom ently she drew You and Gay will be leaving for'Dunedin' a If you have done an honorable
';. her mother had brought back from away. fairly early. Christmas I doesn't dislike them because they action accompanied by hard labor,
, "Is
this scandalous behavior
for
' France, of her mother, of Robert, dinner, there, is always at two." She bored her. She was very sorry to the labor is over, the honor re
New York? His voice sounded
hap- hurt them but
have had to she
of Christmas Eve at the apartment? relieved. glanced up at her husband, smiling I saw mains. If you have done any-
What would he make of the Vic- py, through narrowed eyes. no reason in continuing a relationship thing disgraceful with pleasure,
"Who ? She winked to clear which .
cares was no longer agreeable.You
torian elegance of "Dunedin" when "If we're to see any of the first the, pleasure is over, the disgrace
her vision. "Oh
why are we always look horrified, John. She
they went tomorrow? Could he remains.-Anon.
as husband said
such idiots?" act at qllher a
dropped his hand. "I don't sup-
she did, ignore Aunt Flora's disap- trifle hasttiv. "
"I didn't know you. You lookedI pose you can understand.
proval, the curious but premeditated "
"Yes da ling. She turned againto
;
was terrified. "I was thinking how-confusing it
e coolness of the relatives who WEARY DESPONDEfiT
John. we'll
would be there? Panic seized her "So was I. Darling, that hat-" later. If not"Perhaps, good-night. Suki see will you must have been for you," he said
'
again. Her spirits sank with the "Don't you like it either?" He slowly."It Crying spells irritable .v
(
take of You
descent of the elevator. She regretted turned to open the window. "We'll care you. are very was, until I was old enough to GIRLS[ nerves due to functional"monthly"
welcome here. We want you to feel S pain should finda
Mother's of view.
s' for an instant, that John was throw it out. at home." understand point real"woman's friend"in Lydia E.Pink-
coming. Now, at this moment, while "Idiot!" She pressed close to him, like I Now, it's all very simple. Mother ham's Vegetable Compound. Try ill
He would to feel at home.
t;;; their meeting was still in the fu- her face against the rough cloth of has never cared deeply for any 'VECETABLE
E P. kh
But how could he, how could anybody Lydia In am S COMPOUND
It isn't in her nature to cling
one.
; ture, the feeling they had for each his coat. "It's all right, isn't it?
; feel at home in this It
though she's loyal in her
t other was secure. Now- "The hat? You change your mindso room to things, ,
artificial the ed
was as as and and kind. That'swhy i
way, generous
But that was absurd. She shook wreaths which hung in the windows, she looks as she does. She has Contented SpiritTo

off frightening fancies. Her spirits "Us, I mean-Your being here- as the Christmas tree, silvered too, no regrets for anything that has secure a contented spirit,
lifted when the Negro doorman We're going to have fun." reflecting its fantastic dazzle of blue measure your desire by your for

'-;- opened the door for her. "Of course we are. Breakfastfirst lights and twisted glass icicles in a : happened.TO BE CONTINUED) tune and not your fortune by your

"Merry Christmas, William." though. I wasn't hungry when wall formed by mirrors, cut into desires.-Jeremy Taylor.

"White Christmas, Miss Graham." I you "asked me, but I'm starvingnow. ., sections by strips of chromium. Louisiana Surveyors

"It's nice, isn't it?" "Well, what do you make of it?" '
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p: "Luck fo' certain." The Negro's "Are you?" She laughed. "So amI. He turned guiltily, conscious of Tackle Tough Problem \ r{, fiRST THEIR CHOICE FIRST OF THOUGHT MILLIONS.

face was slit by an ivory grin. "Good Let's send your luggage out toMother's some possible rudeness, then re General land office surveyors of :::::; u. FOR SIMPLE HEADACHE.

times comin' pretty soon." apartment and stay down laxed. Gay was walking toward Louisiana have undertaken a task ,1ST.JOSEPHASPIRINWNU7
town all day. We'll have breakfastat him in dress of
the
lovely deep
The train from Boston, unless it so forced upon them by "a naturalphenomenon"
Child's and walk in the
snow and blue velvet she'd worn at dinner
was late, was already in. Gay made more than a centuryand
drop quarters in all the Santa Claus 24 40
;" her that his breath caught in his throat. a half ago.
way through the concourse of
kettles and sing carols on street corners She to where he stood and
the station toward the gate where came up Long before the Red River valley
John would be waiting. Expectancygave and- slipped her hand through his arm. became populated with planters, the Rather Why NotI

wings to her feet. She hurried "You darling! I'm so happy, so "What were you thinking?" she sluggish river was blocked by trees had rather it should be asked

-; on, jostling and being jostled, glad to be here." asked, smiling up at him with falling into the water and gradually why I had not a statue, than whyI

heedless of admiring glances cast "Are you? Darling! John!" amusement in her eyes. "You stacked up in rafts. had one.-Cato.

at her, impatient of any delay. Then looked startled when I spoke to The waters of the river backed

through people passing, she saw him John got up as Gay's mother rose you." into bayous and into natural land

'' and reluctance checked her eager- from the love-seat on which they' "I was afraid someone had caughtme formations, forming lakes. The I

ness. Her flying pace slackened.She sat. being critical of the decora- problem of the authorities today is '
'
advanced slowly, caught in pan- "So I suppose I'll have to forgiveyou tions." He turned again to the panel -who owns the lakes? with backache ?

ic again, walking mechanically, all ," she said, smiling up at him above the fire. "What is it?" he Detailed accounts of the beginningof : .

feeling suspended.He with Gay's smile and Gay's trick of asked. "Flowers? Fruit?" the log jam are lacking in gen-

did not see her. He stood be- crinkling her eyes. "I was pre- "It's a color note." Her smile eral land office records, but one report WHEN kidneys function badly and

side the gate, his eyes searching pared to dislike you intensely." deepened. estimates that the raft in the suffer a nagging backache,

through the groups that eddied past "Now, Kitty," her husband said "Then it doesn't"mean anything?" Red river grew at the rate of one with frequent dizziness urination, burning and,getting scanty or too at

him. But was that John? She hadn't with indulgent fondness, "you've "Not to me. Don't puzzle your mile a year during the 35-year period night; when you feel tired nervous up ,

remembered-It was the overcoathe never disliked anybody. It's your head over it, my sweet. If you do, between 1793 and 1828. all upset. use Doan Pills.Down's .
wore which made him look so all-inclusive love for your fellow-. you'll go quietly mad." She led himto Other reports of an exploration in are especially for poorly

tall. She'd never seen him in the men which keeps getting you into the davenport which stood facingthe 1806 tell of one obstruction in the working kidneys. Millions of boxesare

%! winter before. The new hat he wore trouble." fire. He sank down beside her river "forming an almost impenetrable used every year. They are recom-

was not becoming. She didn't know "That's unkind of you, Robert." into soft leather upholstery. "Mother mass, which extends from the mended the country over. Ask your

him. It wasn't that tall young man, She linked her arm through her hus- had all this done to occupy her bottom to two or three feet above neighbor!

obviously ill at ease, whom she had band's.. "What will John think of mind when she found she hadn't a the surface of the water, a thick-

1. come to meet. She couldn't moveor me?" wedding to arrange. Besides Ced- ness of 30 to 40 feet," and stretch- DOAN O SPILLS

speak to him. She felt paralyzed, "I think you are very kind," he ric needed the money." ing up the river for nearly 300 yards.

frozen inside. aid, realizing that the reply was "Cedric?" Removal. of the obstruction was

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FIUDAY, JUNE 14, 1040
NEWS
THE CLEWISTON
PAGE EIGHT --

I able to be' Commenting on the turbulent I The' C. E. Society will meet on to take advantage of this oppor.

Local Man Suicide time as the Injured are international situation, the incom- Monday at 7:30 p. m. Lee Pridgenis tunity.

questioned. ing President said that "Christian president and Bill Owen, jr. is
Members of the coroner's jury of in- the leader. .
Science reveals the power program
Johnson,,
W. H.
(Continued From rage 1) are J. B. Alderman S. Bell, dividual man to'meet and overcomethe
joined in the fight and in the R. C. Nowling foreman, I. Dobbins hordes of mesmeric suggestionsand FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH i

struggle he struck her the two P. S.. Maynard and A. A. subtle influences claiming to The Friendly Church

which droppedher G. A. Small is coroner. .. -
blows on the head induce discouragement and apathy.
REV. H. G. McLeROY, Pastor
Mary
unconscious on the floor. ; It enables the Christian Scientistto
started Sunday school 9:45 a. m., B.
said that her father had Pendleton Speaks- overcome the belief that war
her E. Herring, superintendent.
toward the bed after throwing can be of permanent advantage,
Morning worship 11:00 a. m.
to one side _and she reached out or that it is to be feared. It destroys -

and tripped him. He 'fell heavily (Continued From Page One) I I the desire for an unrighteous, and Training 8:00 p. Union m. sermon worship by pastor.-meets I I NOTICE OF Al'l'LICATIOlFOR\
settee
and struck his head on a nate red and white; that the unionbe unjust, and enslaving peace; andit TAX IlKHD
and as he got up lunged for the 13 stars, white in a blue field,,' sets right that wrong sense of 6:45 p. m., Arch Hodges director. (Senate Bill No. 163)

dresser, grabbed the'razor blade representing a new constellation". values which would prefer this so- Evening worship. 8:00 p. m. I HEREBY GIVEN, That
As sermon by pastor.Intermediate NOTICE IS
throat.
and quickly gashed his For a little less than eighteen called peace to that active warfare Clyde Crawford, holder of Tax Certi-
her father fell to the floor she years the flag remained thus and between the flesh and Spirit which G. A's. meet Monday ficate No. 3,1. issued the 6 day of

managed to arouse her mother and when Vermont and Kentucky en- The Mother Church typifies, and 2:30 p. m. ,at the church. June A. D.and 1938 has, has made filed applicationfor same In

they worked desperately, despite tered the Union Congress passed an which ultimates in the victory of Sunbeams meet at the church my a office, tax deed to be Issued thereon.
his cruel at- and 3:30. certificate embraces the follow ,.
their own wounds and act adding two more stripes spirituality and Love. I Monday Said Countyof
ing described property 1':1.th
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tack, to staunch the flow of blood two more stars. No change was Junior G. A's. meet at the church Hendry, State:: of Florida, to-wit;;:
from his cuts.Maureen for 23 and this was the Wednesday 3:30 p. m. E% Gov. Lot 3 and Lots. 4 and 5,
made years
THE CLEWISTON COMMUNITYCHURCH Sec. 21, Twp. 43, S Rge. 28 E.
said that she was awak- flag that flew over Fort McPhersonwhen I I Beginning Monday and continuing The assessment of the said property

ened by the disturbance but not Francis Scott Key wrote the through ,Friday, June 17-21 under the said certificate issued was
of Unknown
fully aroused. Her father told her Star Spangled Banner in 1814. KENT PENDLETON, Minister each evening there will be Training in Unless the name said certificate shall be redeemed -

to lie down and go to sleep and ; Then in '1818 the act was passed The Bible School meets at 9: ,15 Union Study courses at the churchfor according therein to will law be, the sold property to the

she did so, thinking he was still making twenty stars in the union, a. in.' with B./'c. Flaniken supt. all ages beginning with the i described highest bidder at the court house

in the bed. Mary believes that white in a blue field, and thirteen The Worship hour is at 11:00 a. Juniors and upward. A. J.. Gross I door on the 1940 first, Monday which is in the the monthof 5 day

her father intended to hit her as stripes and it was resolved that m.., James E. Beardsley is the choir one of the approved workers to of August August, 1940.. *

he made his last lunge at the bed each new state admitted would addsne director ,and Mrs. J. H. Doty is conduct this work will be with, us Dated this 12 day of June, 1940.

when she tripped him. star to the union. And so it pianist. to direct this work.Ve.. are= (Seal) WILLIAM T. HULL.

Johnson was known as a moody has remained to our day without'urther The sermon topic will be: "The. fortunate to have an opportunity Hendry Clerk of County Circuit Florida.Court of

person who was sometimes Inclinedto alterations.In Joy Unspeakable." like this and urge everyone who can 4t, June 14-21-28 July 5, 1940. j
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fits of violent temper. Mrs. Jones 1912 President: Taft gavespecifications I ... _. i
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stated that he had always treatedhis I on thdimensions of ., .
and the hoist 1, the m $ "" \1 .
respect
wife with little I the flag, as follows: .

Mrs. Johnson had voiced suspicionsto fly, 1.9. the Union hoist .538 and J A BIRTHDAY PARTY'S: Of! TONIGHT; . li
such an attack as 76. The diameterof : W : \ :
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her
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families, were show us 'i" Itix .> ... ."
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present, and several the average Florida Motorist : -E '_ t" ..
nevertheless that /
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times the couple had been separated only .between $20 and $30 a .'::. $ .. ," .
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of time. drives a car valued at > :< ; ::"tw.' ,/I/ J J J' ; /. ..- .- .'. .. '
for short periods week and '. : ysfl4yearofd' i\ ; ..: 0.
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The Moultrie family moved Ga., and to lived for only da collects$200. from these tax payers L\4.t.' ",,, \.. Ilr( 'W'. ...'.> :i. I'l. ,\,\,.. .1 ---" "'f "15;:;" ...-. .'M .
from ,':.:: ."... : ',. ,< '.'
in gas \ .
'yearly &: ,
several in St. Petersburg before nearly $30,000,000 '.@ .. \ =- "
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and that is more t :: : .
They taxes
moving to Clewiston. I and tag ;,: :''JULIUS>"" .L.1 I .. ., .
had been in the Clewiston area for than one-half the state's total tax \: '. ., \ v \ bry?;' & ... .
one-third of :Dean of.DistillersESSLEU'S : \ :;. 'I" < \, .
and In the present revenue. Wlhen nearly :. ,, .. ..
about four years i'.i .. .
diverted to non- .' .. <'} .>.., .
location for a year and a half. this amount is ': '::':'". .I'\t: : I IJ' VlmY':., 'i, -
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Johnson had been employed almost highway purposes a }:::.-t:::: :$:::..:. .. :.: .
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his. residence here share of the cost of governmentis .. :7I': : :
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at a good salary and members ,of I shifted to a class with no parti-- ....;.,v. "', ,.w.'. '.. .-}.::. :\ \ ::..:'.

the family said that the family'sfinancial : cular taxpaying ability. Butof (. .. i/fKf:........ .. l t. ..; .. : ..
condition was better than equal concern to the motorist and '. ..::...:.:.:..h...:......,.A: .....:.:...;,.:..:.:.....:........ .. U.:l : ,....,:...("\ v. ., : .. :. :r.' _:._'::. .:: .
alike is the fact that .:i< :;."'"'::;::_:;':;:.;_; .:;:,:.:<.::: ,: : ." ." ::.'
married. non-motorist ; t:4 .
>---' at anytime since the couple : .
The little house in which they with so much diversion the develop- :' I. ,; j ... : .> ,

lived was a one room' structure ment of a modern highway systemfor .......... ....... ". ., 1 i IJ&k' \ "
which had been divided by 'partitions the state is being seriously ; :
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AP hindered. Our tourist! trade will .
Into three small rooms. i
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; bed which Mr. and Mrs. eventually suffer unless the present .:::::;:: ::: ::::;.m :..:..:.:.\:: L Y L ..:::. (4
double on '
: roads is vastly : @fK tf; :. .: : 4 J/ 077 \{ .
t Johnson and Maureen slept, a studio Condition" of our ::;..,??);.::,.';:::.:........ ." : W f 'J fA )\ :
Ouida improved. I .
couch on which Mary and ? .

j_-' slept, a settee and a dresser almost ..Ii : .. ". r 1 v U {,B .. ..

the tiny front Scientists ... ., .
completely: filled Christian ....; ... '.'''' 1

r. room.Johnson's. body was taken to Pa- ; :. !!:r > !

r hokee and prepared for burial and (Continued from Page 1) I \_; ..
l' guidance and wisdom to supply "; ,,,," i. -
held yesterday for [$ .
funeral services were "' ''''''M ; ) \ _
|[t. afternoon at the Fort Denaud ceme- the impetus to do all things .in"a 2:" ; :: = "ii ,
and at the right time. .iIi PIN'f :
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sister
( tery. He is survived by a right way '
Margaret Murney Glenn ... ,.. B
sister in Washington Mrs. > : :::
If in Arlington, Va.f, a :: :::;>::;:: :
| p a brother in Georgia and a Matters, C. S.B.., of New York, .
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Major Gen- ;
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: brother in St. Petersburg.Mrs. daughter ,
Johnson is a 'sister of'Mrs. E. eral Edwin F. Glenn, of the United I .< ...
elected Presidentof : :
: A. Smith of South. Clewiston, Mrs. States Army, was v a r
"H. A. Jones of. St. Petersburg and The Mother Church to succeed : :t't' :i,

:.' has. a sister and two brothers in George, Shaw Cook, C. S. B., of 19 ."' 'C '
Georgia. Brookline Mass. Edward L. Ripleyof :i ) ; f,, -I' I

i- empanneled Brookline and Ezra W. Palmer ( .., l .
A coroner's jury was "
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Marshfield ,were leelectedTreasurer ,) ":",iII: I :O::::; "'-'"!: !'t'-
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A careful search was 'made, of the and Clerk, respectively.The .

house for weapons and evidence chief duty of the President iso riUVATE 1JLEXD-A Blended Wliiskey. '75: % Xeutral Spirits distilled from Grain. 80.0% Pi'oof.

I.: which might indicate a motive but serve as presiding officer, at the J 'Julius Kessler Distilling Co., Incorporated, Lawrenceburg, Indiana. \,
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a verdict was delayed until such Annual Meeting. I

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