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Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
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Creation Date: June 28, 1940
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A'OLUME 14; NUMBER 29 CLBWISTOX, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JUNE 28, 1940 SUBSCHIPTION $2.00 1'EK YEAR



LANDOWNERS MEET Woman Is ShockedBy PAVING ON 164 IS Auto Supply StoreIs LOCAL TEAM 'DROPS

BoltMrs. Being ErectedA :

TO DISCUSS DRAINAGE Lightning EXPECTED TO START I I I FROM LEAGUE LEAD

Morris of branch of the Norman Auto
: Elsie Johnson
DISTRICT RE-ZONING Naples, a visitor at the Nathan WITHIN SIXTY DAYSR. Supply Co., of Fort Myers will I WITH DOUBLE LOSSSunday
and and
Platt home at Lakeport: was the occupy the store-room Mr. I

... I victim of a severe electrical shock Mrs. Thompson, the manager and

.. A group of landowners of Glades, from a stroke of lightntng duringa N. Miller, county tax collector, wife, will occupy the apartment in I was a bad day for the
and Okeechobee courti'js thunderstorm about three o'clck and C. A. Davis of LaBelle spent a building now .under construction Clewiston baseball team and every
Hendry Francisco Avenue just of
north
met Wednesday morning in the Sunday'afternoon.. four days last week on a trip to on jinx appeared to be working as two
Knocked unconscious by the bolt, Tallahassee where they conferred the hospital.The .
offices of J. E. Beardsley, Clewir.ton to
member of the Everglades which apparently struck close" to with state road department official entire building, of frame I games were dropped Pompanoon

of where she was standing, Mrs. :Morris regarding additional paving to be construction will be thirty feet in the Pompano diamond. This,
Drainage District board supervisors
for the purpose of discussingthe was rushed by friends to Moore done on state highway 164 be- width and fifty feet in length.' The I( double loss also drops the local

\ proposed refinancing of the Haven as quickly as possible. Dr. D. tween LaBelle and Felda. store room will occupy the 'I front team into second place in the Lake-
examination, feet and the remaining I
M. Draughn made an twenty-eight
bonded indebtedness of the district Mr. Sillier stated Monday that J. Coast League with ,Lake Worth in
found her respiration and pulse alright twenty-two feet will be divided into I
and to give their ideas of a working ] W. Perkins, chairman of the state possession of first place.It .
and recommended that she an apartment with two rooms
plan for collecting a necessary road department board told .the La-
for observa- bath.T. was not enough that severalof
be taken to a hospital and
the
part of the delinquent taxes and Belle representatives at regular
for re-zoning the district for future tion for a short time. Brought to quarterly meeting that they would G. Sharpe is in charge of con- the regular players were out of
Clewiston she was confined to the the line-up due to illness or for
struction and that the frame-
taxation should the refunding pro- advertise for bids within three says
; hours: 1 other reasons and that one or two
hospital just twenty-four
will be
gram to I"1"*. through. weeks on the five mile stretch work and living quarters
With a large group of young in about two weeks. It went ahead and played despite ill-
Most of the landowners of this south, of the end of the present completed
Mrs. Morris had been swimming ness, but rain started in early in
people
section seemed to be in agreementthat paving which is five miles southof is not expected that the store-room
in the levee canal near Jones will be completed for a few weeks. the first game which made play-
they would be willing to settle the Four 'Way station, and that
difficult and Ed Clark was hit in
(Continued on page 8)
their delinquent drainage taxes by actual construction would start
the arm by a pitched ball his first
payment of two years' full taxes within 60 days. i i J. D. Hooker SpeaksAt '
time at bat and was forced to retire -
under the 1925 Act if by doing Lanier Ties In To He also said_ that the county was from the game.

so they could be assured of an promised the paving of the mile- Kiwanis MeetingJ.
equitable taxation in the future Too Big Redfish and-a-half stretch from the Coloosa- The first game was a walkawayfor
the East Coast boys, the score
after this indebtedness load is lift-
hatchee river bridge at LaBelle on '
'q ed. I Bridge street south to the south D. Hooker, strident member of being 12-2. Most of the runs were

Instead of the five zones as now Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Oliver and side of the courthouse, west one the Kiwanis Club during the past made off Forbes who retired in

used in assessing drainage taxes i'i I W. H. Lanier returned Saturday I block to Main street and south to school term and who will continueto favor of Vaughn in the fifth inning

this district the group proposed a night from a: fishing. trip off Fort J the beginning of the paving at the hold that membership until the after Pompano had scored eleven

three-zone plan. Zone No. 1 would Myers near Pine Island with an Four Way station. Plans would beginning of a new school term, (runs. Vaughn was effective in the

be the muck lands now in cultiva- exciting fish story and one which I, have to be completed, advertisingand was in charge of the program at last four and a half innings, holdingthe '

tion and immediately, subject to they, were unable to verify exceptby contract awarded, Perkins said, the weekly meeting of the club Pompano batters to two singlesand
2 would be the bruises and Wednesday night and a most one run which was made be-
cultivation, Zone the burns punctureson but added that the project wouldbe gave
potentially productive farm lands Bill Lanier's hands. under construction by January. interesting talk on "Success". fore the fifth inning was completed.-

but those which would requiro The trio was in a small boat on 1. A good reputation, J. D. said, I Pompano played errorless ball deSpite -.

several years of aeration and use one of the shallow water bayous and a clean character are essentialsto I the wet grounds and balls

. before becoming suitable and Zone fishing for most anything that came Verdict Is Returned success as much as hard work | while Clewiston chalked up eight
I .
3 would lump all other lands. along using light tackle, end shrimp? I and ability to apply oneself to misplays.The

The board is hopeful that, if a for bait. Several snaptKjf had bee.i In Johnson Case the task given him to perform. local team scored first in
commitment is secured from the landed and two small redfish when Salary, he said, must be considered the sixth when Ward doubled and

RFC for a refunding loan that bya Bill, who had the only heavy tackle secondary if one hopes for success scored on ,Bell's single. The second
collection of delinquent taxes, outfit decided to bait with cut By Coroner's JuryThe for the real pay from any success- came in the'next inning when Hol-

cash reserve on hand and a few mullet and try for redfish. While ful accomplishment is the joy in stine tripled nd scored on Hollings-

points off on non-guaranteed credits rigging, up the heavy tackle he coroner's jury completed its such a task well done. worth's single. Pompano scored
that enough points may be added to baited the light tackle and' the investigation Monday afternoon of His points were well-chosen and four runs in the first, four in the

that of the federal commitmentthat bait was hardly in the water whena the, death two weeks ago of ChrisW. the talk much enjoyed by the groupof second, one in the third, two in
the bondholders will be agree- fish caught it and departed .for older Kiwanians. the fourth and one in the fifth.
Johnson at his home, here and .
... ., '
J' ,, -/ble-:,.to.-therefi aucjuj -,..,, I\ parts, ,U1)>1s1JWV: .- :T ''e4$Ie failed returned''a bei'dh't-of, Snicide.; Their --.- : The second game was' closer,

P.: The plan of holdIng landowner.: to, .halt him/ report set out that their findingwas Boy Scouts Hold Pompano taking it by a score of
meetings in various parts of the The heavy tackle was then that he had died 'from a self- 42. Pompano grouped three of

district was made at the. meeting brought into use And thcr.same thing' inflicted wound by a razor blade, Court Of HonorJ. their four ,singles off Avant in the
of the drainage board,. in Miami: occured' but this time the fish went severing both jujular veins. third inning to score one run and
last Saturday. out like a locomotive until there had three runs contributed to themin
... Chairman Mark R.. Tennant and was little of the three hundred The jury had been summoned executive of the sixth on Clewiston errors.
A. Gaskin, scout ,
Justice of the Peace G. Small
J. E. Beardsley of the drainage yards of line left in the reel. A by the Sunniland .Council, Boy Scoutsof Bell scored both runs for Clewis- I
immediately after officers had been
board, Representative J. H. Peeples sixty pound test line failed to stop I summoned to his home and found., America, was here Tuesday night ton, once in the fifth and again in 1

of Glades, Representative Elbert him and Bill reeled in his line him dying from what appeared't from Bradenton to conduct a courtof the seventh, getting on base each !

;' L. Stewart of Hendry, Tax Assessor:; some hundred yards shy. Three be self-inflicted wounds after an honor for the local troop. time with singles. Clewiston nick- I
I. E. Scott of Glades, R. E. Hamerich, more times he tried and each time ed Hudnall for six hits. Both teams
attack with his wife Elkins received his second-
hammer Fernie
a on
J. O. Pearce, and J- C. Durrence with the same success and on the had four errors in this game.
4 and two oldest daughters. Becauseof class badge and"merit badges wentto I '
attended the meeting. (Continued
on Page 4) between
the condition of the women at Bobby Broadfoot for ,cooking, I A return double-header
I that time the jury! deferred their : Oliver .Martinez for handicraft and these two teams will be played on

verdict until all or part of the Sonny Vaughn for safety. the local diamond Sunday. I

WATER CONTROL IMPORTANT TO SUCCESSIN wounded recovered sufficiently to I Sherwood Hall was given a medal First game: .

give an account of the happening. for being the best all-around camper Clewi ton

Mrs. Johnson and her daughters, I on the recent scout camp at Camp Player pos. AB R H E llf

CULTIVATION OF EVERGLADES LANDS Mary and Ouida, were returned here i Myakka near Sarasota. Ward, 2b. ........_..-... 4 1 2 1

: last week from the Arcadia General Following the meeting Mr. Gaskin (Continued on page 8)

the back and long teeth on the lip Hospital and all appear to be wellon hurried to Moore Haven where a
By CARR SETTLE I the road to recovery.; The stories scout troop is being organized.
" I and was told that this bucket had new C C C Enrollment Is ,
they told the members of the
. been found to be the most effectivefor
That water control is of the coroner's jury Monday were sub-
hyacinth removal of any yet Negro Is Jailed After Announced For JulyMrs.
p>> utmost importance to successful ried. The long teeth raked the stantially the same they told at

agricultural development is,' of plants together and the grating various lucid intervals in the hos- Attack With Cane Knife I

course, realized by everyone who permitted the water to escape from pital. J. A. McGehee, Hendry I
has spent any considerable time in the mass when lifted. A boom had Members, of the jury were: R. I county representative of the Dis-

the Everglades. But few of us can been placed across the canal and C. Nowling, foreman; I. S. Bell, Henry Hillard is lodged in the I trict No. 8 Welfare-Board, announced

realize just how big a part it playsor every few minutes negro workmenon P. S. Maynard, James B. Alder- county jail at LaBelle and his wifeis that there would be a CCC en-

the tremendous amounts expended either side of the canal pulledit man, A. A. Dobbins ndV..' H. in a' serious condition at the I rollment early in July. She said

on water control unless we are forward to keep the hycinths Johnson. G. Small acted as coroner. Townsite Hospital as the result ofa that unemployed young men in good

privileged to look behind the scenes confined in a spot the machine _0- __ __ quarrel at their home in Harlem health from 17 through 23 of age

with a guide who understands would reach. Heavy Rain Fell Wednesday morning climaxed by I would be eligible and they coul'u
.
thoroughly every phase of the Making our way back to the road Hillard striking his wife in the go to the office of the District Welfare -' -

work. from this canal we followed along Here Wednesday head with a cane knife. Board in the City Hall in Clew-
: It was fitting "that on the twenty- the spoil bank of the pump canal Hillard left town immediatelybut iston on Mondays from 2 to 4

first anniversary of my arrival in No. 1 and *a short distance up was apprehended Wednesday p. m. '

) the Everglades I should be permitted heard the roar of a caterpillar. One of the heaviest rains of the night at Palmdale by Deputy I. S. Mrs. McGehee said that the Civil-

11.- to take such a trip ,through Crossing the spoilbank we saw the I summer fell here late Wednesday Bell and Sheriff J; Wiggins of ian Conservation Corps presentedan

I 4 the plantations of the western divi- tractor pushing a bull-dozer and afternoon, which, added to the precipitation Glades county. The woman is expected opportunity for the useful train-
sion of the United States Sugar from several lighter showers to recover.
making a road which could be ing of unemployed: young men. She i I
Corporation. For on this trip I could used for the dragline in cleaningout during the day made 4.38 added, "It is important that we
begin to see how differently the this canal when the gravity inches for the day as recorded by JOHN PERRY CELEBRATES 4TII give specific attention the selection -

drainage problem is attacked now canal work is done. About 400 the sugar corporation. BIRTHDAY WITH PARTY FRIDAY of men on the basis, of their

,. than twenty-one years; ago and what. feet of hyacinths are cleaned out Clewiston bore the brunt of the ability to profit by and contribute
constant study and trial and error in an eight-hour day. rainstorm which gave Bare Beach Mrs. W. W. Perry entertained to the work of the Corps. Fine
work has disclosed to the engineers. Continuing on through the plan- 4.23 inches, Ritta 2.51 and South with a children's party Friday opportunities exist and it is our

y', Leaving Moore Haven Tuesday tations we passed numerous flood Bay .27 inches. Benbow to the afternoon to celebrate her son, responsibility to fill vacancies in

morning, we first took a trail gates at the intersections of lateral .west. also had .27 inches. John's, fourth birthday. After a the camps with :young men who
through the sawgrass and wild myrtle ditches. Fifty of these gates have Several rains have fallen during t pleasant hour at games, refreshments will make the most of these op
south from the Benbow road to been built by the corporation in the the week after' two weeks of dry I of ice cream and cake were portunities."

the gravity canal of the Diston Island past year and arc so arranged that a weather. There was .90 inches on I I served. at the camps earn $30.00 a
Drainage District where a corpora- pump may be placed in any of Tuesday, .11, Thursday and .,J8 Those invited to attend were Boys in addition to their room
month
tion dragline was at work clearing them in a few minutes time capableof l Monday. Light showers fell Saturday Paul Bowden, Jimmie Knight Anne, and board and medical care. If they {
the hyacinths from this important pumping in either and Sunday Heather Guthrie, George families where there
from .t
direCtion.i Bonnie Prewitt, come
canal The growth was heavy anti Twenty-four of the pumps SUKKS; Claire Jones, Cornette, is a need of assistance the young ',:,+'.
I was told that these plants, beauti- able and may he transported to ELKCTRI XATIOiVAIj Ill.111 Sharon Crochet, Suo allot $22.00 a month of their
ful to those of aesthetic tempera any point with a minimum of effort. Shari Land, Gene Berry, Annette men to their dependents. En-
earnings
nient retard the flow of water by The pumps are operated with heavy- Vero Beach, June 28-FNS- O'Day, Carolyn Thomas, Evelyn rollees whose families do not need
-, as much as forty per cent even in duty motors. At the annual convention of the Dodge Jerry Bolton, Bettye Carol assistance provided by the allot- '
and Alicia the
a wide and deep canal. Leaving the Leaving the highway south of Phi Beta Psi sorority held at Flaniken, Ronald Hare ment will be permitted to make deposits '

car and walking toward the ma- Clewiston we followed along the Colorado Springs, Colorado, last Theus. of instead of allotments.
pay
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--,:, chine I found 'that instead of using boundary of the Clewiston Drainage week, Mrs. J. J. Schumann of this -Then, when they leave the camps
a conventional dragline ,'or dipper District and the South Florida Con- city was elected national president.She I I. E. Scott. and RepresentativeJ. will receive these deposits

bucket the machine was equipped servancy District to a point where. has served a$ vicepresidentduring H. Peeples of Moore Haven were they which have been saved .for them.
. with a :bucket witn "a grating at (Continued on Page 8f the past year, business' visitors here Wednesday.: !
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Many 'Modern' Inventions UNIFORM IMPROVED INTERNATIONAL

FARM .

rfli1 Really Not So Modern, SUNDAY Lesson I TOPICScow's


p R w bk By HAROLD L. LUNDQUIST. D. D.
( E Bf! EN Leonardo da Vinci (1452-1519) was an inventor of considerable Dean of The of Moody Chicago.Bible Institute

genius. Many of his inventions were sires to our most useful modern Released by Western Newspaper Union.) 'FUTURE'

Washington, D. C. devices. Working models of Ids great inventions, built in Italy, were

RUSSIAN INTERVENTION on exhibition early in June the New York Museum of Science 'ana Lesson for June 30 IS PRICE GUIDE

Russia's entry into the war on Industry in Radio City. I

the side of the allies would be of: Lesson subjects and Scripture texts selected Animal's
Age and Productivity
I and copyrighted by International -
more immediate value than the Council of Religious Education: used by
United States'. Automatically it permission. Are Important Items.' '

would bring Turkey into the war, a
bad blow for Italy; also it would JONAH: THE OUTREACH OF
bring in Rumania and Jugoslavia on GOD'S LOVE By DR. GEORGE TAYLOR

the side of the allies. (Extension Dairyman, New Jersey College t.
this LESSON TEXT-Jonah 3:1-10; 4:10, 11. Agriculture, Rutgers University.)
Whether Russia will do remains -
GOLDEN TEXT-Salvation is of the Lord. When buying cows, farmers
to be seen. But there is no -Jonah 2:9. -
question that Stalin is on the spot.The should consider not only the purchase
price but also the age of the
sending of half a million Red Such is the message of the bookof animal and the anticipated future
troops to the Baltic states for pro- Jonah. How appropriate it is to period of usefulness.

tection against Germany clearly in- close our series of studies on the From the standpoint of maximummilk

Y S \ 'n prophets with this declaration ofGod's production, the dairy cow

love and mercy.I. reaches maturity at about five yearsof

A Second Chance (3:1-3). age. From this point on, age

Jonah had been sent to Nineveh exerts little influence on the amountof

with a message from God, but, milk produced until the animal
secretly wishing in his heart that reaches 10 to 12 years of age. How-

this great city which was the enemy ever, many cows develop udder and
of Israel should be destroyed rather breeding troubles before 10 years of '

/ ... :,5.,,.Hw:. ? .. ... ,' ..;.a:4.: .,dx,,.. 4l. than repent and receive God's bless- age, which terminates their periodof
ing (see 4:2): Jonah made an at- usefulness.The .

Pictured above is the granddaddy of the airplane, a device with tempt to run away from God's com- market price of grade dairy
and the Da Vinci the idea mission. We know how God patiently cattle is usually the highest at threeto
movable wings, operated by feet. got from'
dealt with him and hima four years of age. At this age
now
the birds, and while it did not work, it was a step in the right direction. second chance to do His will.gave the heifer has completed one or two

The man was supposed to be on a platform and pump his feet, with the How gracious God is "to continueto lactation periods, thus making it

result that the power was transmitted to the wings by a series of pulleys us the privilege of service possible to ascertain her general

even when we seem to have sinned dairy qualities. At three years, the
hN+vC h away our first chance, misusedour cow has the best part of her pro-

.-:': NO STOPPING HIMBy Thomas t endowments, and have by our ductive period of usefulness ahead.
,-- very failure embarrassed His After"eight'years, her market value
dicates his worry. Obviously when plans." Dr. J. Stuart Holden goeson begins to decline even though she

Hitler gets through cleaning up to point out that only God gives a may: be at her best in milk produc-

western Europe, the fertile wheat 5 yi' n 'fir.r second chance. Nature does not; tion.On
fields and rich coal mines of the man seldom, if ever, gives his fellow the average, in grade herdsin
Ukraine are going to look most en. who has failed a second oppor- the United States, a cow is milked
4
I ticing. W1 j tunity. But God does. Praise His between five and six years. The
name! replacement rate in this country is

ALLIES AND RUSSIA There was also a second chance considerably higher than in many
Secret negotiations are now in extended to Nineveh. God was not European countries. Cows in Dan-

progress to break the alliance be- rI:1d1rta : willing to bring judgment upon the ish dairies, for example, complete

tween Stalin and Hitler, bringing city without another warning.. Quot- approximately seven lactations com- .
Russia into closer relationsperhaps pared to five for herds in the United :..-
ing Dr. Holden again: "I care not
even a semi-alliance with what is the history of failure, of States.As .
Great Britain.No. a basis for a decision as to
shame, of sin which is behind you
1 secret negotiator is Eduard I care not how close upon your when a cow is no longer profitable,
Benes, ex-president of Czecho- heels are the hounds of accusationand milk: production records as well as

; slovakia, always a close friend of + 'akrr r { condemnation which bay at you.I breeding records should be kept.
Inferior and diseased animals -
Russia. He is now in Moscow, hav- tell you that Jesus Christ is here producers
should be of regard-
: ing' been sent there by the British to give you a second chance, disposed
r; government to see what he could and that everything depends upon less of age. High producing cows
that continue to be regular breeders
.. patch up on their behalf. your attitude of acceptance or rejection -, .
should be inthe herd until they
kept t.
No. 2 negotiator is Sir Stafford Above we see'a working model r j "'of His' proffered 'grace and' are at least 10 to 12 years old I.-

:,. Cripps, left winger. of a movable press, all of wood. mercy.
II. A Stirring Revival (3:4-10).
What will out of Ambassador
come This
press teas invented by da So great was the city that it would Inexpensive Confection
Cripps' visit remains to be seen,
Vinci nearly 100 years before the have taken Jonah three days to
but two significant items were pub- done Being Made From Whey
lished recently in the official Soviet invented by John Gutenberg ;< 'x yr .' bring his message to the entire pop-
Izvestia. in Germany. ulation (see v 3). He had only be- "Wheyfers" are an inexpensivenew
newspaper
all gun when, at the end of the first chocolate-covered confection to
Outstanding Leonar :
-? One the conduct of the among
..: praised do's inventions is the machine day, the city, from the ruler down to satisfy America's sweet tooth recently -
allied armies in France. The other for
developed by the bureau of
: the humblest inhabitant, was in
: pointed out that the Nazis might not drawing metal into sheets between dairy industry.
deep mourning and repentance for b s
win the war so easily, since the allies two heavy rollers. In some shape its sin. Wheyfers are a light, brittle "-

.\.. had big American resources be- or other this device (right) is today Jonah, the man who had been porous candy made from the whey

"! hind them. used by all the metal indus brought back from a living death as which is a waste product in the

Note-Obviously Uncle Joe Stalin tries in the world. N F'.v s, a sign (Luke 11:29-32) to Nineveh manufacture of cheddar or Swiss
.i' remembers the page in "MeinKampf" that God was gracious to repentant cheese. The' new candy is not
in which Hitler plans the Pi sinners, pointed to the fact that I cooked but is dried hard and crisp.
conquest of the lush plains of south-
a! r ? ) though his message was one of con- Its unusual light porous quality is
:i' ern Russia. the result of whipping air into
demnation (v. 4), they might expect
;' It is important to note that Sii God to be entreated of them (v. 9). sweetened condensed whey.To .

;j. Stafford Cripps, although one of the He was (v. 10). make the' new candy, sweet
;:'. wealthiest lawyers in England, is pastuerized whey and sugar are
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God has sent times of revival .
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definitely left-wing, much further when whole cities-and even whole I evaporated together under vacuum
left than the British Labor party. to a thick smooth consistency, and.
nations-have been turned from
Sir Stafford got into this new and, their sin. Such revivals have been then whipped until light and fluffy.

i-; for him, strange role as a result of : : ; occurring in recent years in various Chopped nuts and cooked cereal to
a trip last winter to Chungking, r mission fields. Thousands of earnest take away any salty whey taste
China. There the Soviet are added. Then the mixture is
govern- that
Christians are 'praying now
,': ment took him by plane to Moscow, in rolled out in a thin layer and dried.
revival again
such come
a may
'.-. where he talked with Foreign Minister land. The writer knows Cut in small wafers the candy is,
Molotoff. our own dipped in chocolate to keep it from
t-
where helpful literature along this
f One of the questions was, "Under line is available without cost. Let absorbing moisture and becoming

what conditions would you agree to and be faithful, and trust sticky, or crystallizing.
collaborate with the allies?" F us pray Sweetened condensed whey, the-
revival to the heartsof
God to bring
.
,* chief ingredient of this new candy,
men. is cheap and simple to prepare,
:, AIRPLANE ;' -
PRODUCTION
III A Selfish Reaction (4:10, 11). .
is and
well and convenient
f keeps easy
f. Here are the confidential
figures Jonah, instead of rejoicing in the to use. It is excellent for-
:' on the number of fighting planes the repentance of Nineveh, showed his making chocolate fudge, caramels,
allies have ordered from each U. S. narrowness and selfishness by be-
; taffy, and various mixtures for the
factory, but remain undelivered: coming angry (see 4:1). How of chocolates.U. .
center
:: Lockheed, 1,100; Martin, 750; Curtis /'i wiliu&d'o'n petty and childish are the attitudesof
: ? 500; Douglas, 750; North Amer- -:< men when contrasted with the

;, ican, 400.These The full-sized model of da Vinci's automatic saw is the forerunnet mercy of God. S. 'Farm FamiliesAre +

:a, make total given in round figures, of the modern buzz saw used in lumber mills. At the lower right of the The Lord, dealing gently with Really Well Fed v
a of 3,500 planes still Jonah, gave him a place of refuge
undelivered. The production oft model is a crank to which a handle was attached to furnish motor and a gourd plant to shade him from Farm families are the best fed.

planes themselves is increasing con- power for the saw, which was "elbow grease." the sun (4:5, 6). Then, to teach population group in the country. '

: stantly, but the bottleneck still remains him a lesson, a worm was permittedto This statement was made by Dr.
airplane motors. kill the' gourd (v. 7). When Louis Stanley, chief of the bureauof
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home economics in the depart-
American aviation moguls say Jonah was greatly concerned over
that the United States will never geta the loss of the plant, God pointedout ment of agriculture, Washington, D.
lot of planes in a hurry until the to him that it is wrong to be C. On the other hand, accordingto
heads of the six chief aviation com- stirred up over the passing of the most recent report, village

panies are locked in a room and r > material comfort and not to be con- families are the poorest fed, with,
forced to agree that each will manu- cerned for the souls of men. city families falling between the

facture one type of plane only. This I
How many of those who pouredout two.The difference lies, it seems in
would achieve the standardization # $ millions of dollars (and rightly
: that Henry Ford has been talking I for the relief of the harassed the amount of "protective" foods
so) eaten. Farm families consume an
about. ; people of Finland, would give five of about 60. cent more
; average per

....-.... manufacture Another speeder-up a less well-built would plane.be' to HYIIItff&IPr& f' who cents will to win give them liberally to Christ of?money Many, 25 milk per, 15 cent per more cent more leafy,butter green, and and

American planes the best
are in the ( I time and effort to the commendable yellow vegetables than small city
world-last
planes don't for last years-but war I work of flood or famine relief, will families, a diet rich in protein, vitamin -
long
anyway. not so much as cross the road to A, iron and calcium.
American manufacturers estimatethat talk to a neighbor about Christ.. A Most farm families'owe their excellent -
they could double their outputby (Above): The forerunner of the monkey farmer will sit up all night to care diets to home production of

decreasing quality 10 percent. wrench used by machinists today. While it does for 'a sick cow, but will he spend an generous quantities of protective:

Note-The aviation industry is so not resemble, a monkey wrench, the principleis hour or two on Sunday or some foods. Every household should learn
bottlenecked that one weU-placed just the same. (Right): Da Vinci's concep evening of the week in an effort to what foods and how much of each
2,000-pound bomb dropped on the 'win his neighbor's boy (or his own ade-'
tion of the pile,driver, which except for mo, is required to furnish !a fully
Pratt Whitney engine plant in Hart- Christ? These are pertinent
tive isidentical with used all (boy) to quate.diet, decide what to buy, whatto
: ones over
power
ford Conn. I
could paralyze airplane and serious'questions.. What is our
raise, and what to can and.storet;
production for weeks. he world today on water-front construction. answer? God will hold us respon for out-of-season consumption.

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'Sick Child MayBe AROUND Items of Interest


PllouseholdNeujs Problem to the HOUSE:; Asa to ,the Housewife

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Parents DoctorBy
A few drops of glycerin addedto would soap will ,remove coffee
the starch will make linens stains. Hot sudsy water will

glossy. quickly remove 'the yellow of the
DR. JAMES. BARTON .
1 egg.,
(Released by Western Newspaper Union.) Salt added to potatoes when *

as a child learns to 'nearly boiled insures their flakiness The illusion of depth is createdby
JUST confidence in and and prevents them from go- building bookcases on either
a ing to pieces in the boiling .proc- side of a wide doorway leading
liking for his physician, so ess. from living room to dining ro m.
also can he have fear and dis- *
,.. J\ u :. '.,\S Mw.' J a \tY To get rid of stains tea
rMx ,:5: a.' .l,?L'\:<: 'T.' rv..v.<'nGr4.ry'ih 4L;; trust. Certain i on cups Bananas should be ripened at
: j u r: ,",Yt.O.Jy '9' 'vT u\.2l'y/:dy (l!;k'a\, ,.?3 ,o 3.rStL,2A' Y thoughts or feelTODAY'S rub gently with a paste of bakingsoda room temperature, never in the
Y
and water. refrigerator.. They are ready for
t tI ings are associ- *
( HEALTH eating when they are bright yellow -
atedwiththe The yolk of an egg mixed with all over, with 'occasional
;, visit or sight of COLUMN warm water and used as you : brown spots. -

I the physicianand .

I patience and kindness

will open the way to the

I child's trust and confidence.Dr. nf:4 9ayiv ryAn

Stewart R. Smith, Indianapolis -
I in the Journal of the Indiana

State Medical Association says:
"The general practitioner of med-

.tt2 yyy icine can be one of the most pro- 1
found influences on
2 the emotional life of Z

"'. :-.:' 14_ S .,1r -.r; <:.x:. the children whom Ideal ti'
.: (
::1r_.;'-, / he meets. The doctor -
>. t,';). r. should know that
: ,'
this influence
can

: A 'SAFE AND SANE' PARTY accomplish great Bedtime '
deal in helping a .
: ,
.- (See Recipes Below) sick child to a

Why not plan a party for the late dough on the cinnamon dougn healthy acceptanceof
Fourth of July, to keep the young- and roll up like a jelly roll. Wrapin his illness, but if Snack !
this influence is misdirected .
sters in the family happy and out of wax paper and chill for several ,,ah }
.
mesa
. .' mischief? It might be a party on hours. Cut in thin slices and bakeon it may be a
the porch or in the yard-or a picnic a lightly greased cookie sheetin Dr. Barton big factor in causing .

: .' in the country, if you prefer it. Make a moderate oven (350 degrees) the'"youngster to be
it a family affair, or invite a youthful for 8 to 10 minutes. an invalid for life.

,, guest or two to keep your own Tomato Aspic. Doctor Must Know'Parents.'
,
children company. 4 cups canned tomatoes3A To'gain full knowledge of why a ,

Whatever type of party you plan, teaspoon salt youngster behaves as he does, the CORN '
make it a festive affair-with gay Dash of pepper physician must know the child's sur- -

table decorationsif 1 bay leaf roundings, including the type of par- -
( refreshments ents he has. "Arguing with these
_
Vz cup celery (chopped) I,, '-
are being served 1 tablespoon onion (chopped) children is useless, shaming is cruel, I'rrII
at home), very = 4 whole cloves and coddling is fatal." I f

'" special "Party' 'J 2 tablespoons gelatin "In dealing with these children, rHE' r'a,r'
',QRIS '
foods" ,and patriA % cup water the practitioner might well have unending trCopr,19.40

,' otic party favors, % teaspoon Worcestershire sauce patience, have faith in the ,

too. Gaily table colored cloths Combine the tomatoes, salt, pep- child's ability, try to see the prob- i

paper and napkins per, bay leaf, celery, onion and lem as the child.see's it, and believe
area
must and do work! cloves. Cook 'gently for 10 minutesand that in every sort of 'conduct disorder by l ellog Comp.cy '' '
they save
the child is to solve
strain. Soak gelatin in cold water trying
j And be sure to provide'balloons and "
crackers noisemakers of and add to the hot tomato mix-: some problem.
snap or
another kind. ture, together with Worcestershire, I believe that parents and .teachers Expenses Over IncomeHe Effects of Travel

Plan definite entertainment, withan sauce, stirring well. Pour into ring! before ,referring a youngster to is poor whose expenses exceed -I Travel makes a wise man better I
active game or two to permit the mold and chill until set. Unmoldon a physician because of some "odd" his income.-La Bruyere. but a fool worse.
large plate, garnish with lettuce behavior could save the time and
excess
children to ;use ,
up energy? .
: fill with of the
or watercress and center patience physician by asking
I and a "pencil and paper"
t; or guessing '

is in game order.to Pencil play when and paper a little games rest Magic cabbage Peppermint salad. Stick'Ice Cream.* themselves this way?" "Why The 'does answer he, behave as Dr.

such these Smith points out, is that the young- WORLDS[D FASTEST J( J SWIMMER

and young you'll as people find two that enjoy might adults them.be as used-wellas 2 1%cups densed cups thin milk(1 cream can) sweetened or evaporatedmilk con-. ster patient is trying questioning to solve,a parent problem.By or.- !

teacher or both might learn what is

Prepare Jumbled for each Names.player a typedor 1 cup cold.water the solve problem the and problem help for the himself.Immunization youngsterto smokes the slow-burning cigarette : \!

mimeographed copy of the following % cup crushed peppermint" stick I _
list of scrambled letters eachof candy 1 .i r

which, when unscrambled, spells Blend sweetened condensed milk, Is 111 f fI
the name of a famous American. To thin cream, and water. Freeze in

get an idea of what the game is like, 2-quart freezer Boon to ChildrenA ;1 WANT
-3 why not try your O\yn'luck with the I using a mixture

list before looking at the answers? of 3 parts ice to PHYSICIAN friend of mine, /IALLTHE.MILDNESS;
rock salt.
1
Lyemkicn part *-
once confided the following tome
Nartg Remove dasher.' : AND .FLAVORSET.

Connill Add crushed peppermint "I wish we had lived in a poor ;::
Sajonck stickcan- and more thickly populated sectionof I CAN CAMELS BURN grrrA
' Gerpnhis dy. Pack in ice
'I Gotninhaws and salt for 1 the city when my youngsterswere 'SLOWERAND J ___
small; they would have had
Karnnilf hour or more aft ..,..,
I all the childhood diseases-measles, :: :::: :
Smada er freezing. Makes 1* quarts. GIVE ME WHAT
scarlet'fever, chickenpox, whooping
Sejrefofn Special Peanut Butter Sandwich cough-and have become immuneto sii.t:. J--
Swebret 1 WANT; ALONG .. .....
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Filling. -; .. .w... ,.,.,
'. (free from) virtually all ailments, '';' ::x. "
.I How did you do? Here are the answers (Makes 1 cup filling) now they are grown." WITH EXfftA .%... }9-:':<:;: :::'. 4.'

II' : McKinley, Grant, Lincoln, 1 ripe banana I do not think many parents would ;.t :::: /*

Jackson, Pershing, Washington, 1 cup peanut butter choose this method of "strengthening" SMOKING,TOO! .180i: :,\X
,
Franklin, Adams, Jefferson and % cup dates, cut fine their children because the complications 'X:?::%:'>( i
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Webster. 1 teaspoon lemon juice from these childhood ail- --iat: : rim ft A1
Menu for July Fourth Party. Mash banana with a fork and thor-, ments might have resulted in par- ; -. -------.

Tomato Aspic Salad oughly blend in tial deafness, heart disease and even
remaining ingredients. PETER PICK-World's! Champion O In recent laboratory tests,
,
Assorted, Sandwiches death. Sprint Swimmer CAMELS burned 25% slower
Potato Chips Ice Cream Cone Clowns. There is, however, a way of pro- than the average of the 15 otherof
Ice Cream Fire Crackers tecting children from many of these W-X for in cigarette," the largest-selling brands
Place a ball of ice cream on a TO SPEED me my ;,
Pinwheel Cookies diseases. It is called the "immunization" -
butter cookie, and with raisins or J-N says Pete."I know what a difference tested-slower than any of them. ,
Beverage tiny gumdrops make eyes, nose and of the children. there Is between a fast.burning smoke That means on the average, a ; .
Parfait glasses full of PeppermintStick In an article by Prof. C. S. Raue,
mouth in the ice cream. Place a and slow-burning one. I stick to smoking plus equal to
ice cream, camouflaged in red M. D., Philadelphia, writing as guest a
cylinders cone jauntily on top of the ice editor of the Medical World, it is Camels." Yes,.Camel's costlier tobaccos EXTRA SMOKES
paper cream. Add a ruff of whipped cream
to look like giant said: and slower burning give you extras in 5
around the .clown's neck.
-1 N firecrackers, are Earliest Immunization. mildness, coolness,and flavor-and extra PER PACK!
Brown
L- amusing for a Bread Sandwiches. The, earliest immunization pro: smoking, too (see right).
...l Fourth of July 1 loaf brown bread cedure is vaccination against small-

i i L9, dessert. Top the 3-ounce package cream cheese pox. The best time to vaccinate an
I ice 2 tablespoons butter infant is between the third and the FOR EXTRA MILDNESS,

; 1rr cherry, withwith Slice brown bread very thin. Mix I sixth month. At this age complica- EXTRA COOLNESS, EXTRA FLAVOR-
!r L a
i s w stem left on to cream cheese and butter together 1 tions are less likely to occur and .
i form the fire- thoroughly. Spread brown bread there is little or no danger of brain
,: : cracker wick. And serve Pinwheel slices generously with the cheese inflammation following vaccination"

: .- Cookies to complete "fireworks. mixture. After the infant is six months old, CAMELSSLOWBURNING
'a c _._ dessert." there should be immunization

< Chocolate Pinwheels. Send for Your Copy Now! against whooping cough; it is .

% cup shortening Feeding ''Father is a pretty important claimed that 80 per cent of children
% granulated receiving Sauer whooping cough
cup sugar part of a homemaker's re-
1 egg sponsibility. When it comes right vaccine will, two to three months : COSTLIER TOBACCOS

2 cups cake flour down to cases, most of us plan mealsto after vaccination, be immune for
1 teaspoon baking powder please the several years.
man of the family- ,
]/ teaspoon salt and it isn't always easy to give Nine months is the age to immu- Get this FREBIBLf. :
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3 tablespoons milk father his nize against diphtheria. The horrorof f
1 favorite foods and pro- is For over 70 years grateful people? all over the South have trusted 'J.Wintersmith's .
teaspoon vanilla extract vide a wholesome, wellbalancedmeal diphtheria almost unknown to -,,
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Tonic for the relief of Malaria. To convince
1 ounce chocolate (melted) in the bargain.In young parents today.
1 teaspoon cinnamon The advisability of immunizing YOU,we are offering this complete,761-page Holy Bible,FREE. ,
Cream shortening thoroughly and "her Eleanor cook book, "Feeding Father against scarlet fever is not fully Just mail the top from one large carton (or the tops from two

add sugar slowly. Add egg and menus, and recipes Howe that gives father you likes the endorsed by the medical profession; small cartons)to Wintersmith Chemical Co.,Inc.,Louisville Ky. I
'. it is left to the physician's judg-
beat well. Mix and sift all dry in- best. This practical booklet of test-
gredients and add, together with the ment in each case.
: ed recipes and is
r menus only 10
: milk and the vanilla. Divide "There is no vaccine for obtain-
dough cents. To get your copy now, send
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Chicago, Ill.
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The Clewiston News most effective measure is to require ':MISSIONARY SOCIETY HELD I NOTICE OF AI'I'I.ICATIONFOR- (Seal) WILLIAM: T. HULL
BUSINESS MEETING TUESDAYThe TAX D13ED Clerk of Circuit Court of
that all roadside signs be taxed (Senate Bill No. 1G3)
Hendry County, Florida.
and that each sign carry its licensIng No. 45. 4t. June 21-28, July 6-12, 1940
business meeting of the Wo- IS HEREBY
Published Friday in Clewiston, NOTICE GIVEN, That
every number. That would reduce the Clyde Crawford, holder of Tax Certificate -
CLEWISTON NEWS,
Florida by the
Missionary Society held
mans was
Inc. neededor No. 34, Issued the 6 day ot ;;;:
the that are gin
number to few
at the First Baptist Church Tues- June A. D. 1938, has flied same In a /rapp
would eliminate the my cfflce and has made applicationfor
Editor helpful and I day afternoon, Mrs. A. R. Broad- a tax deed to be Issued thereon. -
KEATHLEY BOWDEN
majority of them. Said certificate embraces the following -
I foot, president, presiding. The de- described property in the Countyof mw'
Hendry, State of Florida, to-wit: ,
Entered as second class mall ma.tterFebruary A booklet describing Henry, votional was given by Mrs. R. .T'I EV Gov. Lot 3 and Lots 4 and 5,
1. 1927, at the Poet Office in Blount. Sec. 21, Twp. 43, S Rge. 28 E.
Clcwlaton Florida, under the Act of Ford's successful experiment with I The assessment of the said property '
!March 3. 1897.Subaeriptlon. summer camps; for boys as a means Reports of the month's work were I under the said certificate Issued was
I in the name of Unknown.' :
of helping the unemployed youthof given by the following officers and Unless said certificate shall be re- N i4
Rate f2.00 Per Year. the nation is most interesting.Ford chairman: Mrs. Broadfoot, Mrs. L. deemed according to law, the property
described therein will be sold to the
Advertising Rate On Application. has two groups- one in its C. Miller, Mrs. C. W. Simmons, highest bidder at the court house
second, and the other its third year Mrs.! E. M. Cornette, Mrs. G. E. door on the first Monday in the month
of August 1940. which is the 5 day
of operation. The boys operate a Wenzloff, Mrs. Arch Hodges, Mrs. of August. 1940.
Devoted of Clewiston to the advancement and Hendry and County.welfare farm under supervision of an agri- W. J. Robison and Mrs. A. D. Dated this 12 day of June 1940.
culturist. At the close of the sea- Dixon. (Seal) WILLIAM T. HULL
Clerk of Circuit Court of
son, the profits are divided among Mrs. Hodges gave a splendid talk Hendry County, FlorIda. t--
One of Patrolman Ted Reilley's the boys. The average earning of on the Dunklin Memorial Churchat 41, June 14-21-28 July 5, 1940. i.-'

pleasant duties in Washington' last the two groups for''' the two and Indiantown. The society was NOTICE OP APPLICATION FOR
week was escorting "Miss Florida", three seasons they have operatedis divided Into three circles and the TAX DEED

(Miss Reuben Coleman, Daytona $128. The boys were all unem- following were named leaders: Mrs.E. .

Beach), who represented the stateat ployed and in need of work. They I M. Cornette, Mrs. M. C. Doke, Mrs.NOTICE Annie IS Frierson HEREBY holder GIVEN of That Tax
the JayCee Convention. It'sa enjoyed the routine of camp life, and Mrs. C. R. Kruger. These Certificate No. 108-109 issued the 6 /5'v
pretty soft life. sleeping in tents, organized sports, I circles will hold one meeting each day same of in June office A. D.and 1938 has, made has filed o e :e9
my
application I i
plenty of nourishing food, and they month in the church and one each for a tax: deed te be issued'
profited by their summer in more thereon. Said certificate embraces
month in the various homes.
the
following described
"' )O"XooH--< hopes that his example will be fol- to-wit: '
lowed by business men all over the Gowen were hostesses for the after- Lots 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 Block 47 Courthouse -
noon and served cakes and punch.In square.
RAMBLINGS nation. The assessment of the said property -
addition to those
already named under the said certificate issued <-
By B. B.There's being written there were present Mrs. H. E. was in the name of Fannie Park. Clewiston Federal '..,.
As this Is the Re- Unless said certificate shall be redeemed
publican convention is in full swing Walker, Mrs. W. H.. Warren, Mrs. according to law, the property -
... .... ... .. Frank Cothern, Mrs. Paul Hite, : described therein will be sold to
,<..xoo-toH. < : : : : x+:o( :( ) and the patriotic fervor of that the highest bidder at the court house Savings and LoanAssociation
Mrs. E. J. Vent, Mrs. Floyd Hanna
splendid key-noter made it an ap- door on the first Monday in the month
Mrs. C. E. Nall, Mrs. E., E. Kelly, of August, 1940, .which is the 5 day
a first time for every- propriate prelude to the celebration of August, 1940.
I !Mrs. Sam Young, Mrs. A. H. I
thing, and since the last issue the next week of Independence Day. King, Dated this 18 day of June,_ 1940.
I Mrs. D. B.' Allen, Mrs. H. L. Davis
happened.We doI ,
has really Whatever the
unexpected Republicans may Mrs. R. J. Williams and Mrs. E. I .. AAAAA.. .........' . _
/ have been invited to a party, in the way of a nominee, they have .-.-.-. .-. .NN-M N'N"N N N N N N N-N N N N N N N N ti ...
L. Hayes. t N:N:N.:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:M:N:N:N:N:N N:N:N: ;
and the honorees were two monk- brought forward an impelling personality x_ y

eys. Even though we realized it In their temporary chair-

must be just another publicity stunt, man, the Governor of Minnesota. Lanier Ties In To- ::1 I: AN OPPORTUNITY |:!: F
hastily ran for the mirror to find *

'out if we looked like Lew Lehr. A Happy Fourth of July to you.' J. YI
We were re-assured for while the (Continued From Page '1)

mirror left much to be desired, it THE CLEWISTON COMMUNITY: fifth effort he asked Mr. and Mrs One of *
truly didn't reflect an image of CHURCH Oliver to pull up anchor and let the | oldest established farms in Ever- *

Lew Lehr. KENT PENDLETON, MinisterThe so fish did tow the them.fish This but they after did almost and ::|;:: glades-25 acres A-l Muck land-6- :|;:

The invitation, mailed from New
York and on social stationery, if Bible School meets at 9:45a. half an hour of riding here and ..!... room house., Bearing fruit trees-stock. ?:;
m. with B. C. Flaniken supt. there over the bay the fish beganto 2 1 r..
please, read:
you The Worship hour is at 11:00 a. tire and Bill began to reel him t. t

Monkeyshines m.., James E. Beardsley is the choir in. But the fish wasn't done and ::: REASONABLY PRICED- :y:
Coming out and cocktail party for director and. Mrs. J. H. Doty is as he caught sight of .the boat : / ;

members of the press pianist. made one more desperate lunge, : <, ::: ;-

Florida State Exhibit, World's Fair The sermon topic will be: : "Life checked out across an oyster bed +_ Apply at this office for detailsJ. '. 'f;;' '".,': :::
Foundations." and sawed the line in two. The J -
Tuesday, June 25, 1940to The C. E. Society will meet on fishermen, worn out and disgustedcame # : : ,
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meet Monday at 7:30 p. m. Lee Pridgen home and the experience may t ,;,,' : \: : l

Napoleon and Josephine president and program leader. I have something to do with Bill's

,Intellectual Chimpanzeesof The Junior Choir meets on Wednesday long face this week. j' ...:
and at 3:00 :i: E. Beardsley ::
McKee Jungle Gardens Friday :; p. m. Never was one of the fish brought

Vero Beach, Florida. close enough to identify but Bill be- t

s Admit one Cocktails at 4; JUNIOR GIRLS' CLASS HOLDS lieves that they struck a school of _:i::. '. .t.f ". REAL STATE ; /. ::: \..
Performance at 5. BIRTHDAY PARTY FRIDAY NITS overly big redfish judging from the ; .i.,

So now you see the tremendous manner in which they took the :;: JIM BEARDSLEY ART LAWRENCE *
The Junior Girls' class, of the bait. V *
advantages of newspapering for a .i._ BETTY
SPICEU
.
: Community School MILDRED DURST .t'
Sunday .
taught '
living. You may be invited to .
f by Mrs. W. H. Lanier, celebrated I f
; meet Napoleon and Josephine.

Please don't tease .me about be- its the third home anniversary of Sally with Graham a partyat Friday I Is Your Subscription Paid? :.N.N, .N:N.N.N:N:N:N.M:N.N.N.N:N.N.N.N:N...:N:N:N.N:N.N.N:N.N.N.N.N:N:NI. :N:H.N.N:.i,1. .N.N.N:N:N:N:N:N.N:..N:.
ing invited to meet the monkeys. I
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We're a little bit touchy on the evening. Members of the Intermediate .................!.....!.....!.....!..........................'....................-..'....-.'.................h.h.h.h..U'- ....... -.--. AAA. .-. ...AAAAAAAA. .-....-.-.-.-.-AA.-......A..................................'..................'..........."...."...."...."...._..,.._ ,
subject. I Class who were formerlyin .....NN.'.N.....................................n..n..n............................:.....:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:...:..:..:..:......:..:..:..................................................;....;....;....;....;....;....;....;....;....;....;....;....;....;....;..'...:....:..:...:...:......' I
the Junior class
I were guests. f tt

t, Another newspaper play for The girls wore floor length yy yy
publicity.We received announce- dresses for the party. Several \

I' ment of the Southeastern World's games were played and new mem- 3!$::i: ,',. ,. ., ::::
Fair the fair bers were initiated. The class .. _: ENJOY AN ..''
(as state of Georgiais presented .!..; '. 'j .' .:":.
Mrs. Lanier with a potteryvase .... \ .: .
presuming to call itself this : ,": .' "J ',. :":
year). The announcement had lots and a corsage of flowers. :!::: :;::;:
of pretty pictures bright with color Favors were distributed to the . .".
,
,
: .:..:.
._. ALL ELECTRIC .
I
and attractively printed. We were guests. Ice cream, punch and cake !: !:':;'.. I .:. ,:.. .;..:.

having lots of fun looking at it, were served, the cake bearing three :;:::: >':- .:" : :;:::

when we noted a folder "honorary candles for the'class anniversary.Those .:... '; ....\. .
directors and officers of the Southeastern attending were Carlino ;.:: HOME ti.

L,,: World's Fair", and a Berner, Jo Anne Crouch, Mary :;::;: ; :::::
familiar name on the list caught Louise Thomas, Grace Ward, Pal + ty

. our eye. Holy smoke, it was our Bailey, Shirley Owen, Mary Lou .; ,:. Apr'I ...
: .. : :' t.
.' own name. Wie were really frightened Liles, Betty .'Louise Garrett, Louise t

then, but looked over the list Prewitt, Mauryne Prewitt, Marianne IIII .:....

carefully and found it containedthe Jones, Mary Carlisle, Elsie :;: : Electricity is the modern 'servant; a servant that :;:::

), name man of or every woman Florida of whom newspaper we- Marie Elizabeth Martin Whiteman, Dorothy, Betty Edwards Mc-, :::: takes care of both the work and the pleasures of the '"::;:

: ever heard. So we rightfully guessed Duffie, Cleo Scott and Sally Graham. :::;: home and one that will do everything quickly, efficiently .*..*
they were playing for publicity. :
Well here it'is. The dates are ,I MRS. WILSON IS HOSTESS AT :; : and economically.One .. :::: :

Sept. 28-October 6th, and the place EVENING BRIDGE CLUB MEET ff

Atlanta. :Don't say we haven't done I:!:i: penny will toast 26 crunchy slices of toast, or :;::::;
our part. Mrs. R.
C. Wilson entertained the J..:
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evening bridge club at her home I It:Y:::*:! give your eyes two hours of safe reading light or operate :;:+

We open the mail now with a Wednesday. Miss Mae Palmer, who ::
- sheepish look around, hoping no held high score, and 'Mrs. C. E. :_::=: your radio for most of a day-and-ELECTRICITY is :;: ;

one will witness the proceeding. Nall, who held second high were :i::::;:: one thing that gets cheaper the more of it that you use. :!::!:

However, there are some things we : given pastel colored bath towels.A .:BI :i:.;. .
.. wish everyone could see and have frozen salad was served by 'i.f 4 :.::: ?
>': time to read through completely.1st the hostess to Miss Palmer, Mrs.: :24::: .That is why it is 'so easy to have and enjoy a home :::..;. >--

'.. : Florida Behind the Bill Nall, Mrs. H. H. Turner, Mrs. \v.1 I: that IS all electric and modern. ? :_:':_''
Boards. This booklet is a part ofa H. Lanier, Mrs. B. J. Schroeder, : !:! x
campaign to awaken the publicto Mrs. Blanche Turner and Mrs. R. Y
the realization that Florida's C. Nowling. Y AA A
YYY
scenic highways are losing muchof ,, .:.':. .:...::,

with their billboards.beauty by From being the plastered Ga.- SWIM JUNIOR IURTY GIRLS'AT CLASS LABELLE HAS y:*: ELECTRICITY IS YOUR CHEAPEST SERV- :!::

Fla. line to Miami the highway is A'A

1 thickly conglomerated with signs. : Mrs. W H. Lanier and Mrs. C. II .:..:. \,.-

Near Jacksonville you lee one E. Berner accompanied several ::I:::::: ANT-USE IT EXTRAVAGANTLY. :,:::

every four seconds; near St. Augus- members of the Junior Girls' Classon I YY

tine there are 45 signs to the mile. a swimming party and suppeiat 1 &.

There arc 1000 large billboardsand the LaBelle pool Tuesday after- AX ;.

nearly 6000 smaller signs be- noon. Those making the trip were :*;::2: .. :;:::

tween Jacksonville and Miami and Dorothy Edwards, Grace Ward, 't'l' .:< .!!
these figures do not include the Ruth Evelyn Edwards, Shirley .(. AIV

multitude of signs on and aboutroadside Owen, Pat Bailey l Mary Lou Liles, ..t':'.:( :: xx
stations and stands, nor Louise Prewitt, Carline and Bob '. A A
the innumerable arrows on the Berner. 1 *!

trees'. B! Glades Power and light. Co. I *

We is Clewiston are not facedwith SON BORN A

such a multitude of signs, but II ....
the evil is. creeping up on us, and Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Archer of ., ; ..:..;.
we should join with forces throughout County Line are the parents of a fA {to.A
"'.. / ..t.l.1.
the state to sponsor a measure seven-pound baby born on Thurs- : -.1. ----- ...:. ...

of highway beautification that will day of last week at the Clewiston <...<.:. ..:..:..:..*..*ww..x..*..*..*"X"X..X..XK..XKKK"XK"X"X"XK..XW ..:..:..:..:..:..:..:o(..:..: :":N:+:":..:". ..:..:.: :...:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:":..."X..V X V*
eliminate these unsightly signs. The hospital. :..:.W...:.;.-: >'l.#4l'tt.l..tt"tt..l..'..l"tt"ty.:..:..;..:..:..: .:..;--.r..:...:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..::....:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.;..:.".NNNN-;%":..:":..:...':...,4u



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FRIDAY, JUNE 28, 1040 THE CLEWISTON NEWS ---.-- -- PAGE FIVE


.I Mr. and Mrs. Carl Smith of I Mrs. H. J. Oglesby, JulIanne and Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Tippey, Mrs.Z. I by Mrs. Sue Garrett, low by Mrs.

Nocatee and Mrs. Izetta Cato and Nora Oglesby and Pat McGehee G. Meredith and Patsy Meredith | W. M. Redelsheimer and cut by

r Personals J J'v. daughter, Betty Sue, of Arcadia, drove to Fort Pierce Sunday. Mrs. have returned from ,a visit in Jack- Mrs. F. Deane Duff. All these

l; visited friends here Sunday. Oglesby's niece, Helen Matthews, sonville and Orlando. prizes were pieces of costume

returned... with them to spend the jewelry. Mrs. Englehardt] was given
Mrs. O. A. Jones and Marianne summer.C. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Carlton, '
F. Thirkildson of Miami wasa Jones left Saturday for a visit ofa Misses Betty Spicer, Mildred' Durst, lingerie as a guest remembrance,
few weeks with Mr. and Mrs. Roberta George and Mrs. Christine and, linen handkerchiefs went to
.
recent visitor in Clewiston. E. Miner left Sunday to accompany :
Paul Briant in Jacksonville Chapman Roberts were In Pompano Mrs. Redelsheimer, Mrs. Joe John-'
Mrs. Miner and their chil-
Herbert Blate of Jacksonville wasa dren, Charles, Rachel and Sunday, accompanying members of son, Miss Eunice Englehardt and
Mr. Jay, .
and Mrs. B. C. Flaniken and the, Clewiston baseball team over
business visitor here Friday. children, Bevoly and Bettye Carol, to Western North Carolina. Mrs. for theIr games. Mrs. Garrell.
were Friday visitors in West Palm Miner and the children will remainfor Ice cream, cakes and iced drinks

B. ,A. Bales of Moore Haven was Beach. the summer. Mis. T. C. Musgrave and son, were served to Mrs.. Englehardt,

transacting business here Saturday Eddie! ,and her mother, Mrs. H. i'. Miss Eunice, Englehardt] Mis. '
Jesse Graham arrived Monday Bealer, and Marie Brooks of' Miami:,
Mrs. Sue Jarrett of Pensacolaand Garrett, Mis. Johnson, Mrs. Red -
Miss Beth Nall and C. D. Page from Jacksonville for a two weeks'visit '
are leaving tomorrow for monlh'avisil
Mr. and llrs.re.. J. Johnsonof a sheimer, Mrs. C. L. Downs, Mrs;.
with his Mr. and Mrs.J. .
motored to Fort Myers Sunday. parents in Niles, Ohio. Jack Beach Duff Miss
,
I Betty Spicer. Mrs. F.
Memphis of Mr. and
J. Graham.Mr. are guests
will them and
visit
' accompany his I 11\1. Rodriguez, Mrs J. F. Morrison,
Mrs. Ruth B.. Owens spent the Mrs. R. Y. Patterson. Mrs. Patterson old home in Cleveland. .
1'3 Mrs. P. M. McIntyre, Mrs. II. J.
, week-end in Okeechobee.Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Kelly have is a sister of Mrs. Jarrett and
I B. Scharnberg, Mrs. R. Y. Patterson -
returned from a visit with Mrs. Mr. Johnson. BRIDGE LUNCHEON AT INN
Mrs. W. P.
Vaughn, sr. and
Kelly's parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. _
and Mrs. D. G. Alston were HONORS GUESTS THURSDAYMrs. '
Mrs. M.. W. Eigg.Johnson's .
. visitors in Fort Myers Sunday T. Hood, in Concord, Ga. <;>. T.. Harper, who has been 'i,-

ployed at the Clewiston Inn. left Herman Scharnberg entertained :
H. -J. B. Scharnberg is on a busi- Mrs. W F. Nall and son, Walker, Thursday for Bay Pines, Mississippi!, with a bridge luncheon at I '
- ness trip to Cuba t1is.week.. I jr., are spending a month in Pen- to visit his mother.. O. T. Plans to the Clewiston Inn Thursday, compli- Fish CampNear
\ sacola with Mrs. Nail's parents, eplist in the aviation corps within menting Mrs. Sue Jarrett, Pensa-
Mrs G. iL. Bellamy has returned Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Little. the next few weeks. cola, Mrs., C. J. Johnson, Memphisand ( Hurricane Gate)

from a visit with relativesin ,in Jack- I Mrs. W, M. Redelsheimer, Clewiston, Fin.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank W.' Zander l
sonville. Leroy Hare, who accompanied Miami. Boats and l\Iotors-Gulde Service
of Okeechobee spent Sunday here Mr. and Mrs., A. W. Lawrence on Each of the guests of honor re- Rates ReasonableI
I Mrs. Keathley Bowden and sons, with .their daughter, Mrs. Wallace their trip north Iwo weeks ago, ceived remembrances from their .
H. Johnson
and Paul, visited relatives in Arey, and Mr. Arey. is Mgr.
Kay
a":- : employed at Nippersink County hostess. :Mrs.! W. C. Owen won a
Okeechobee Sunday. Club, Genoa City, Wisconsin, for picture for first prize; Mrs. R. Y. i I
I I Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Wilson of the summer. I I Patterson, cards for second prize,
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Turner spent Gainesville arrived Tuesday for a I and Mrs. F. D. Duff, a guest towel J. M. COUSECounselor
Sunday visiting relatives in Avon I visit with Mrs. Wilson's sister, Mrs. Mrs, A. C. Carlton and daughter, I i for consolation. ,
Park. Charles Lovvorn and Mr. Lovvorn. Beverly Anne, Mrs. Jimmy Wilson, I Guests included / Mrs. Jarrett, and Attorney at Law

Mrs. Mallie Palmer of Clewiston I Mrs. Johnson, Mrs. Redelsheimer, Hopkins Building
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jacobs are C. V. Parkinson is, expected to and Mrs. Charles Moran of Im- Mrs. H. T. Vaughn, Mrs. Patterson, Wednesdays and Saturda s
0:30 4:00
to
visiting in Tampa during their vaca- return today from Hot Springs mokalee were visitors in Fort Myers Mrs. J. F. Morrison, Mrs. F. M.
tion. where he has spent the past ten Monday.Hal .
Rodriguez, Mrs. W. C. Prewitt,
Glasses Scientifically Broken Lenwet
days. Mrs. E. C. Mills, Mrs. M. W.. Bigg, Fitted and Repaired DuplicatedDR.
Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Oliver and Frierson, who is spending a Mrs. W. C. Owen and Mrs. F. D. F. D. GUDBAUR
W. H. Lanier spent Sunday fishingat Mrs. George Crow returned Sat- two weeks' vacation with his sister, Duff. Optometrist
Pine Island. urday from West Palm Beach, Mrs. Oliver Sciple, in Fort Myers, Phone lOS Z Collier Arcade
where she spent several days visit- visited in Tampa and Bartow last MRS MILLS IS HOSTESS AT Successor Fort Blj'cru to K., H.Florida Oakley

Tommy Murray returned Sunday ing relatives.Mrs. week, accompanied by another BRIDGE FOR SISTER MONDAYMrs.
from ten days spent in Bradentonand sister, Mrs. Ruth McGinnis.
Tampa.Mr. Van Cotheni, and' son, E.
C. Mills entertained witha MECHANICAL, STRUCTURAL
Johnnie, are spending a' few weeksin Mr. and Mrs. John Matthews of bridge party Monday afternoon ARCHITECTURAL DESIGNS
and Mrs. R. C. Wilson and Okeechobee 'with Mr. and Mrs. Miami and Mrs. W. Shackleford of complimenting her sister, Mrs. Leo Maps Estimates
Mrs. W. H. Lanier were Monday John Chandler.Mr. Fort Lauderdale visited Mr. and W. Englehardl] of Fort Myers. Be-
visitors in Miami. --:- I Mrs. J. A. McGehee this week. Mrs. fore her marriage two weeks ago, JOHN H. DOTY
and Mrs. L. C. Billips of Shackleford is remaining for a longer Mrs. Englehardt was Miss Alma Engineering Consultant
,, Miss Ruth Marshall is spending New York arrived this week to visit and the others returned to Crews. Hopkins Bldg. Clewiston, Fla. I Immmmlmmlmmllmlmmlm
her vacation with her mother and visit Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Billips Miami Thursday. High prize at bridge was won
sister in Columbia, South Carolina.Mr. and family. -

and Mrs. Mario Calleja had The Rev. and Mrs. Kent Pendle- '

as their guest Sunday, Mr. Calleja's ton spent several days in Fort" J IIiIIIIIIIiIII' IilllllI' I IIIII (III I I I I I I llllm I a 11Illmllllllllmlllllllllmm I I I I II lIImilmllllllll11mllllllllllllmlllll( I I Ii I I I UI lIIilll I 1II111IIIIIIIIIilmllllllmlllllllllll I i !I I I I II lIIlmllmllllllllll! IIfi llIIlII Il mllmlllllm!I 1 I II I I limlmilll Ir!I I!I I I m II III lIImllIIllm I !I fillili I !I I I llli I ,i fl I l II -I I :
father, Juan Calleja, of Key West. Myers visiting Mr. and Mrs. Stewart

Pendleton week.G. ,
this =.==:
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Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Connell cf ';tl- -
\
Stuart, visited their sister, Mrs. J. B. Thomas and Mr. and Mrs. '
- A. McGehee, and family' Sunday. George Prevatt returned today from ;" .<: > > -
11 El Paso, Texas, where they have = ; ; fn ><: ,
Mrs. Beder Nail and baby son been visiting relatives for three

left Sunday for a visit with relativesin :! weeks. I .> ; Midsummer .;. "'r." ;; : :
= "
"
Orlando. = .
Mrs. Leo W. Englehardt and :,
Miss Ava Ezelle of Graceville is Miss Eunice Englehardt of Fort :c .: jFl

visiting her brother, Dr. J. W. Myers were guests of Mrs. Engle- : ,Streamline Sale ::
Ezelle, and family. hardt's sister, Mrs. E. C. Mills, "
Monday.B. =
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Miss Laura Mattison spent Wed- ----= ---=-
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nesday and Thursday of this week J. Schroeder drove to Stuart ------- -------

with relatives in Palm City. Monday evening for Mrs. Schroeder, -
who has been visiting there for two FI Begins Friday June 28 ,
Mrs. C. W. McDonald of Belle weeks. Joe, jr., remained for a -_
Glade was a visitor in Clewiston longer visit with relatives. =-

Wednesday.Miss Mrs.; H. S. Berner and Mr. and = Ends Monday July 8

Mae Palmer returned Sunday Mrs. Arthur Shoupe of West Palm = .
from a two weeks' visit in Beach visited Mrs. Gorda Collins
Kansas City, Missouri. and Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Berner Sun-

Miss Ruth Mixon and Mrs. Maud I day. LI Hundreds of Bargains In. = Oi;

Hare spent last week visiting in Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Redelsheimerand

t West Palm Beach. I daughter, Patty, of Miami came t
Sunday to visit Mr. and Mrs. C. OurDryGoodsDepartme nt : .1
3 Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Crochet and I L. Downs, Mrs. Redelsheimer and r'
Sharon spent the week-end at the Patty remaining through the week. : '
Patrician Hotel at Miami Beach.H. .
Miss Mae Lily Stone, who has
1.3 underwear shoes
S. McDuffie and daughter, ''I been employed in the First National Dresses, hosiery, ,
Gloria McDuffie, are spending the Bank of Lake Worth, recently I ____,. .

summer in Sycamore, Ga.J. resigned to her her position home here.and has returned -I for the ladies; shirts, shoes, slacks & I i.

H. Maloy of West Palm Beach ---. ---= "
was transacting business here a Jimmy Hall of Atlanta, is spend- underwear for the men and boysplay; =FlJ '
few days this week. ing a two weeks' vacation her with 'I',!
his parents, "Mr. and Mrs. H. R. -
'
Mrs. I. N. Bishop of Fort Pierce I Hall. Jimmy returns to his studiesat suits wash frocks shoes hosiery for : F-
visited her sister,'Mrs. C. J. Nielson Georgia Tech July 8th. ,

1) this week. I 'Dr. John P. Higgins left Thurs- L- the little miss. Also a large assortment t-

D.o"A.. L. Morgan, of Moore Haven, day for Brownsville, Texas, to spend -
was a business visitor here Tues- his vacation with Mrs. Higgins and
-
-
day. their children, who' are visiting of piece goods, sheeting, etc.
relatives there for the summer. i
Mrs. Wallace Arey left :Monday r- '
\ to spend a week in Orlando with Mrs. W. I. Graham and children, I '

relatives. Iva Lee, June and Billy, left Mon- You can't afford to miss this ,
day for their home, in Waycross ; :
l'' .Mrs. R. Y. Patterson and her after spending the week with Mr.
guests, Mrs. Garrett, Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. J. J. Graham and family.
Joe Johnson, were' visitors in Miami Sale Beginning Today A
Tuesday.Mrs. Highway Patrolman T. J. Reilleyhas
>
returned from Washington
Li
F. R. Maxwell, Miss Mar- where he was representing the high-
garet Jensen and Van Bush of way patrol at the Chamber of Com-
Miami were guests recently of Mr. merce national convention. .
and :Mrs. Glen Etherton.Mrs. Parkinson's Ine i1
Misses Ruth Evelyn and Dorothy f
G. B. McDuffie, Mrs. Carl Edwards of Jacksonville are spend-
,
:: Berner and Jo Anne Crouch were ing the summer in Clewiston with .
visitors in West Palm Beach Sat- their aunt, Mrs. A. O. Ward, and
I;. : urday.:_ family.Dr. ; Clewiston -, = Florida I ,
: _
".:, :Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Moorman and O. F. Schiffli has returned i

daughter, Juanita, of Savannah, Ga., from Highlands, North Carolina, ,
. are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Elbert where he accompanied Mrs. Schiffli l

Stewart.Mrs. Stewart Mr. Moorman is a brotherof I' home.and ,their sons, to tbeir- summer r 11llllllllmllIIlllI! I !I !!II I I tl llIlllIIlmmllllllmIDW!I I I I I I !I lImIllIJlillllmlm d III,I I 111:I I Ilul il !!lIImlmlml I III JI lm I IhI llljllillmmllIIIIIIllllllmJimJIIIWII. !!{I!I I; it lil l 11!I 69 mmlllmlilmlmllmlllllljmlmmmlllllllmllllmllllmllllmmm I I I I fl! I l ,I II I III I i !lllmlllmllllmlllllImmllllmillwmmlm II III I (II I I L I lIIilillmllll@IIIIIWWWIjlllllmjmlhi.L I I I !! !I=I







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O MACRAE SMITH CO. WNU SERVICE

CHAPTER VIIIContinued12 she said with dignity which scorned Kate smiled. The smile widened sir," John said hesitantly, wanting my gloom.A .

irritation, though irritation prickledin into an encouraging grin. Gay for David Graham's sake, as wellas blue bowl Filled

"You broke the rules," said John. her voice. laughed. his own, to get on with the inter- with
"It's like a labor union. Only insteadof "Why should she?" Janet asked "What's so funny?" Elsa Lancaster view and have it over. The older orangesIs

skill in a trade you must have warmly. She was fifteen, tall and asked. man appeared to be as embarrassedas just like. t

wealth to be admitted. Money. You with the same awkward grace that "You are, all of you. I'm sorry, he, John, felt. He sat forward in music in :-,
must inherit it or marry it. I=' Gay herself had had at that age. Aunt Fora," she added, seeing her his chair, his tall well-groomed fig-

"Don't speak that way,of money," Janet was going to be the Graham aunt's face assume an offended ex ure fixed in an uneasy attitude. room.nrlecA"7.
Gay said, her voice sharpened by beauty of her decade, Gay thought, pression. "You're talking about "For falling in love with my !
weariness, by a consciousness of the amused and touched by her young John exactly as you would speakof daughter?" A twinkle of humor
distance widening between them. cousin's eager partisanship. She had a servant you were considering shone through the lenses of the Ox-

"We've all lost a great deal and are bright brown curls that foamed over engaging. You're right. He has excellent ford glasses. "I should have ex-

likely to lose more." her head, peach-colored skin, eyesas references, but he isn't look- pected you to apologize, if you (-
"I've learned that. Your friend, green and translucent. as emer- ing for a job." hadn't." WNU Service.Strange .

Connie Belmont, told me that her alds fringed with brown lashes The sun-burst of diamonds on Aunt The twinkle in the gray-blue eyes
family are 'practically paupers. tipped with gold. "Why should Gay Flora's bosom glittered as she drew was reassuring. John realized, i

'"It seems so in comparison with hash over everything, if she doesn't herself erect. "I don't see what gratefully, that Gay's father, what-

what they've had. Mother, Robert, want to? I mean, it's her business. cause we've given you to take that ever embarrassment he suffered, Facts f
Dad-They feel that their world is Good heavens!" attitude, Gabriella. We're merely bore no resentment against him. The
that in their life-time "Really, MotherMargaret's constraint lessened a little. David
changing, per- trying to help you. .
haps, things will never be as they flower blue eyes were reproachful. "I appreciate your intentions," Graham leaned back in his chair. Deep in SleepChanging ,
do talk of "Janet, dear," Aunt Lucy said im John lit a cigarette."I 1
have been. Oh, why we Gay said. "I know that it seems important History
it? They, my friends, who were here ploringly.Aunt to you to whitewash a scan- meant an apology for my sharein e Stymied lmmigraftts
She Flora's glance moved from the great deal ofunpleasantness -
tonight, aren't important. dal. But John and I aren't havingany
moved close to him and put her Janet to' Gay. There, see what an thank you." ," he said, smiling. C. During hibernation, the dor-

hand in his. "We're here together.It's influence you have, the glance said, "You have no sense of responsi- "It's a pleasure to meet someone mouse, a small rodent resemblinga

Christmas Eve. Let's forget but the words she spoke were more bility toward your family. It's onlyto who employs the use of understate- squirrel, sinks into such a deep ,.
"
"We're only trying to ment. Gay's father returned the
them. conciliating. "
sleep that it
be expected, I suppose. Your must be aroused
His fingers closed around her hand help you," she said. "I won't pre- mother-" smile. "The only apology you owe gradually or it will die. Even
but the pressure was negligent. tend that it all hasn't been very me, personally," he went on, "is when shaken violently it
cannotbe
"Leave ,
Mother out of this if
you for rush home Lon-.
the from
but
painful and embarrassing, making me
"They are important. You defend awakened in less than 20 min-
please. She at least has
some respect -
them. You were afraid they wouldn't thing to do now is to help you all we for don before I'd had a chance to bid I utes.
personal independence. "
can. There's no doubt, of course, on a painting I very much wanted.
accept me. "But have you never heard of C. Ninety per cent of all history
not for that we can do a great deal to estab- "I'm sorry about that, 'sir. John
"I was afraid for you, books have been
written
conduct? about Eu-
lish Dr. Houghton in New York. If was beginning to understand the
myself. people know that your father's fam- "I think I'm conducting myself life-long friendship between this man rope, which has never containedmore
"Is that true? Would you be con- ily is-" very well." Gay* made an effort to and his Uncle John. He even felt than 30 _per cent of theworld's
and
tent to go away with me never
see of them again?" "Excuse me, Aunt Flora." Gay's that he understood why Kitty Schuyler population.
any
"Yes, oh, yes!" voice was steady, a little remote. at eighteen, had married him. C. St. Pierre and Miquelon, islands j

"You think so now. But in a lit- "I'm sorry .to interrupt but you "Perhaps it is I who owe you an off the southern coast of
have been misinformed. John has David Graham said Newfoundland, have an unusual
} tle while, when being with me isn't apology, presently -
a novelty any longer, when I'd be no intention of locating here." "Gay calls my attention to history. They were French in

at work and ;you'd have nothing to "Where, then?" Aunt Flora asked. the fact that I, originally, was at 1660, British in 1702, French in
amuse 'ou-" "Certainly he doesn't intend to remain fault. I invited John Lawrence to 1763, British in 1778, French againin

"You have no confidence in me. in Maine.. Any practice that be her god-father. Of course I hadno 1783, British in 1793, Frenchin

You still resent me. How can I he might establish there would, nec- Pf : idea that the nephew he spoke of 1802, British in 1803 and French

convince you?" essarily, be limited. And frankly, so often was going to grow up intoa again in 1814, since which time
Gabriella, I can't see you living in 0 menace, or I should have made possession has not changed.
I'm
"Forgive me, Gay. sorry.
His arms went around her, drew her Maine.. other arrangements." Q The U. S. immigration border

close to him. His lips followed the "John is a scientist," Gay said 1 "Gay has told you," John said, patrol, which guards more than

curve of her cheek to her lips. She patiently. "That is, he hopes to be. "that our meeting at the cabin was 5,500 miles of our northern and .II
He has no intention of establishing not pre-arranged?" southern boundaries, has appre- .-
clung to him, conscious of a sort of "
desperation in the embrace,more of a private practice" anywhere. I ,"But it was pre-arranged, wasn't hended, in a single year, as manyas
fear than of passion tenderness. "But I thought- I, it? Yes, Gay has told me.I refer 33,000 persons who were at-
"Yes, he is assisting a Dr. Sar- to the arrangement John Lawrence tempting to enter the country il-

Gay laid down her crumpled geant in general practice now, but I made. No one ever suspected him legally.- 's.I'It1II .
I
square of heavy damask as Burton, that is a temporary arrangement. of his genius for pulling strings. He
"
at a signal from Aunt Flora, stepped "And after that- had it, though, to a remarkable de
"I really don't know, Aunt Flora." I remember when we in \ \ .:
behind her aunt's chair. gree. were fiRST THOUGHT AT THE FIRST
The gentlemen rose as the ladies "But what are we to tell people?" collegeHe -" :::::: st WARNING OF'' INORGANIC PAIN
;::; OR COLDS DISCOMFORTS.
A flush suffused Mrs. Von Steedham's
left the table. Gay'glanced at John, went ,on to speak of John's uncle ST.JOSEPH ASPIRIN
standing very stiffly beside his chairat handsome features and irri- 7,4 who had been his friend, quietly, ,/III\\ .
Aunt Flora's right. She smiled tation sharpened her voice. appreciatively, in a pleasant, unhurried -

and his face brightened. She felt "Must you. tell them anything?" \ ... AI voice. The anecdote he told
Aim Is First
him watching her a little forlornlyas "That's what I say, young Janet I I 1 was familiar to John. Though he
The art of thing is first its
a ,
broke in. "Why must explainwhat's ,
she, with her aunts and cousins, you /I gave the appearance of listening in-
Il aim and next its of
purely and simply Gay'sbusiness 4 manner ac
followed Aunt Flora's measured tently, his mind was occupied with
steps out of the dining-room, as stud- to a lot of old mossbackswho the task of fitting together from complishment.Bovee.HOW .

ied as when, wearing the traditional think Victoria is still the Queenof what he had heard of him, from

train and three feathers, she had England. What does: it matter what he had observed, a clear un- ARE
walked along a strip of carpet which who Gay marries as long as it suits Aunt Flora looked at her derstanding of Gay's father.As NEDV S ? "

led to a throne. her, that's what I'd like to know?" in silence. he thought of her, he heard YOUR b':. .
"
f "Janet! Aunt Lucy wailed help- '
Aunt Flora sat on the love-seat voice.
her
control her temper, rising now, Cranky? Restless?Can't sleep? Tire easily?
before the fire and Ernest, the foot- lessly."I flushing her cheeks, giving warmthto "Are you getting along, you two?" Worried due to female functional disorders?
man, set a tray with the coffee serv- can hardly expect" you not to her voice, quickening her breath- "Splendidly," her father said. Then try Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable (
be obstinate, Gabriella, Aunt Flora Compound famous for over 60 years in
ice table before her. Aunt
on a "Have been telling John disgraceful
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ing. "I brought John here today be- you
said. "You've been that since the helping such weak, rundown, nervous
Lucy, Uncle James' wife, her fad- in ?" She
cause I-we-want to show you all episodes my past women. Start todalllFriendship
ing prettiness extinguished wine- day you were born, but I do expect
by deference and consideration. But came toward them, walking quicklyand
colored satin and the jewels she you to show us a 'little consideration. -
shaft of
lightly through a sun-
aren't going to our lives
you arrange
;:wore, sat in. a chair at the oppositeside After all,we've gone through. for us. John will make his own light, touched John's arm in pass- of Children

of the marble hearth. The She paused. decisions and I will accept them." ,ing, went to sit on the arm of her Better to be driven out from
younger women, Elsa Lancaster, "I know, AuntFlora. Gay's eyes father's chair. among men than to be disliked of
She made a half-turn toward the
.; Aunt Flora's daughter, Muriel Von lifted. "I'm truly sorry, as I have children.-Dana.
door. "And now if you will excuse "The young are self-centered,
before not' that
Steedham her told you it happened I
b. daughter-in-law Mar-
; David Graham said. "No, my dear.
Newland Aunt married but that you should have had : meMrs.
garet Lucy's been talking about the days
Von Steedham stayed her I've
t daughter, and Janet Graham, her to suffer fault.for"something which wasn'tyour with a peremptory gesture. "Some- when I was young and not so hand- BILIOUS?

i unmarried daughter, grouped themselves aunt's thing must be decided," she said, some. I've enjoyed it but John has
Her expression
', respectfully or resentfully, softened. "We been bored." Here is Amazing Relief of
insistently. can't on like probably
go
rj;- : around the room. Gay stood in the "Then you'll understand that wedon't "Not at all, sir." Conditions Due to Sluggisb.Bowels s1ati'i'
this, making excuses, trying to ex
want to interfere, but to help J If think laxatives
: curve of the small piano resigning i you
TO BE CONTINUED) .
plainShe waited a moment then ( lf !JU/1J
she said more gently. "We I act ;alike just try this
herself to the half hour of boredom you, B
r' : "" :-17 all vegetable laxative.So .
which was Aunt Flora's tribute to think it would be wise for you to abandoning high-handed methods, I mild, thorough refreshing invigorating. Dependable
f:, tradition. persuade Dr. Houghton to establisha "What are we'to tell people?" she Stabilization of Roads relief from sick headaches bilious spells
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' 1 tired feeling when associated with constipation.
fl' "Millicent and Grace were unable practice in New ,York. He's had cried despairingly."Tell Saves Motorists Money Without Risk E 1 a 25c box of NR from your
them, as have been druggist. Make the test thenU
you -
I- excellent training I understand and
,
to be with us today. Aunt Flora'sdiamonds telling me, that I am mother's Increased safety and lower costs, not delighted return the box:,to us. We will
::::, flashed as she poured coffee shows great promise. With the fam- my refund the purchase -
both to the motorist and in high-
daughter, Gay'said and, holdingher price. That' fair. .
ily influence behind him, he mightgo .
into porcelain set in
; cases .
cups maintenance, are obtained Get NR Tablets today.Search
head very high, she went out of way
far.
1;:, of filigreed silver. "Grace has a the through the stabilization of gravel
E t.; :. touch of neuritis." "He's really very attractive." room. roads, says Associate Professor RoyS.

: "The weather has been so changeable Elsa Lancaster's bright competent John stood beside the chair in Swinton,of the University of Mich. for Good

t" ," Aunt Lucy contributed brightly. glance moved around the circle, which he had been seated whileGay's igan department of engineering re- ,No good book or good thing of

": rested with especial brightness upon Uncle James his two sons, search. In a survey of wear on any sort shows its best face at
''''' Gay glanced at Kate, seated in a Gay. "If he gets the right start, Ishouldn't James and Andrew ',handsome Dirk several Michigan highways Professor first.-Carlyle.
,
: chair a little removed from the group wonder if he'd be popular, Von Steedham and Reginald Lan- Swinton discovered that stabili- ('
about the fire. Kate's eyebrow lift- socially as well as professionally."
caster, filed out of the study. The zation saved about two-thirds of the
'" ed and her glance, meeting Gay's, "I think he's swell," Janet said door closed. David Graham seated I material losses which are so great .-
twinkled with derisive humor. Aunt "I like silent I itt I
defensively. strong himself in his chair beside the on loose, untreated gravel roads. soon il.
Flora had not invited Cousin Millie o.uo
men.
hearth. Stabilization consists of the use of STORE

; cent and Cousin Grace, two elderlyand "He has a pleasant voice." Muriel "Sit down, John," he said. proper mixtures of soil, moistureand taw

impoverished spinsters who lifted eyes like brown pansies from John sat in the chair at the oppo- chemicals in road construction.In E ty ,

were, ordinarily, present at, family contemplation of her slender white site side of the hearth. He had felt Professor Swinton's survey, .MrM stso
gatherings.She hand. "I think it's important that a I fairly confident while the others begun in 1935, extensive and con- ,

hadn't long to wait. doctor should have a pleasant were there, but now that he was tinued examinations were made of
"Well, Gay," Aunt Flora said, as voice." alone with David Graham, con- gravel roads in five Michigan coun 1g=L

Ernest left the room. "I suppose "Such a sweet mouth," Aunt Lucy straint locked his jaws and made a ties. About 100,000 wear readingswere
:'' you won't mind telling us your 'said. "I suppose that sounds odd vacuum, of his mind. made on these five road sec- RHEUM/mSMSS!

'. plans." in speaking of a man," she added, The butler closed the door. David tions. While a saving of more than
.f' Gay felt the sudden hush that fell as though she expected to be con- Graham cleared his throat. ,60 per cent was made on stabilized '

upon the room, felt her aunts and tradicted, "but it is. I don't think "Gay tells me that you must return roads, Professor Swinton found, WNU-7 26-40'

cousins watching her, though no one, that a young man with a mouth like to Maine tomorrow night," he other roads receiving surface treat
:.. except Aunt Flora, who had asked' that could be any of the things" said. ment with calcium chloride had only ,

the question and young Janet, who She faltered, flushing. "Could be "Yes, sir." about one-half as much materialloss I BARGaiNSthat
:.:'' admired her, looked at her directly. other than kind and-sincere," she "You're located in Portland?" as the untreated roads. ,

{' : She felt a familiar resentment, an finished in some confusion. "In Portland. Yes, sir. At pres- The cost of road stabilization, says

p-; emotion which extended far back : "And being ,Dr. Lawrence's nephew ent." John glanced at David Gra- Professor Swinton, is little or no
f through adolescence to her turbulent is an asset," Aunt Flora said. ham and was surprised, almost greater than the maintenance cost will save you many a

':.. childhood. She felt exactly as she "It isn't as though he's just some- shocked, to discover that he, too, felta of untreated roads where the loss dollar will escape you if'
;:;>: : had felt then, but she was too old body Gay happened to meet some- certain amount of constraint. His of materials is so much greater. In you fail to read carefully and

; for tantrums now. where. After all, Dr. Lawrence was blue-gray eyes regarded him, John, addition he points out, the stabilized regularly the advertising of
;::1 "I have no definite plans," she Gay's. god-father, though I could kindly but with diffidence throughthe road is much safer because it is local merchants >> >> >>

:.f said quietly. never quite understand why David lenses of Oxford glasses which dustless and has no loose surface .

r, Aunt Flora looked at her in si was so fond of him." sat with scholarly dignity upon the and at the same time allows greater ,
SJM THIS
lence. Then, "You mean that you Gay looked at Kate, who was look- bridge of his salient nose. speeds which may be 'counted as & PAPER"1

'! prefer not to 'discuss'tKem with us," ing at her. As their glances met, "I suppose I owe, you an apology, saving for the motorist.







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Srnes shall make thee break thy.word I '
or lose thy self-respect.-Mar:
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Wish Fulfilled farther down we may be, the ;
"What a glorious painting! I nigh 1 more room there is for us in which ;

with could me.take" those lonely colors home o I Events in the Lives of Little Men I D to Self rise. help is the most depend- !:1

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"You will; you're sitting on my paint. able, and is always ready at
: box." hand.-Anon. ,
" / i There are days in this life i
1 You can't call a ship's captain a worth life and death.
Dickens.
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bigamist even if he has a second
mate. ? WHEEL AND A Every man cannot be THE best, ,.
WHAT ELSE: HAVE You GOT IS ONE but every man can be HIS best.-
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IT AMP H l past cannot be changedbut
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girl in Sewing Book 3,
who streamlined an old iron bed. ,

.... In her house there was an enor-
mous kitchen and her mother
hated big kitchens. So, a parti-
tion was used to divide it into two / \
rooms. The half with a door into h
the front hall was for Betsy to en- J
tertain her own special friends.
The old linoleum was painted
dark gr .en. All the walls, were ,J
painted cream and then pink
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1 ., CHINTZ OR \ .nit' !
MUSLIN OVER SPRINGS SEAM T SHOULD LET HIM FIRE THESE doilies in 'pineapple design -'
ONE IP vT WERE YOU / such fun to crochet in'
stripes were painted on the new r; } HE'S GOT A TITLEs string, are ideal as gifts. The 15
wall. The neat and efficient cot '
KNOWWHATlS / '
YOU by 36 inch doily does for center-
cover is cream chintz with pink & piece or scarf, the small ones for
and leaves. The sidesof : '
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green THAT
place mats. Pattern 2243contains
the pad, the two end cushionsand : GOT TO DO
directions for, making doilies; illustrations -
the center cushion are green, pQ. IT ?
WITH of them and stitches;
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lighter than the floor. The cut- ,: '. ", .
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down table with the tin tray on -,.
4. top is 'painted''with the: green floor '
'I'' paint with some of the cream wall : : Sewing Circle Needlecraft Dept.
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color added. Next week Betsy's Q.P : 82 Eighth Ave. New York
mother solves another home dec- Enclose' 15 cents In coins. for Pat-
orating problem., terry No...........

NOTE: Betsy is now making a Name .............io................
hooked rug for her new sitting Address ............................. ti
room from directions in the Sewing I
Book 5. It also contains di- I r
rections for streamlining an old
couch; rockers; dining room I
chairs and 'other "attic magic." I" TIRED FEET I K
Send 'name, address and 10 cents I ITS A H&AVYWEI6WT
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Drawer 10 ((2)o v1I He who receives a good turn
Bedford Hills New York should never forget it; he ivho
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Enclose 10 cents for Book 6.

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PAGE EIGH1. THE CLEWISTON NEWS FRIDAY, JUNE 28, 1940


Water Control checked out through that great Holstine, lb. ............ 1 .0 0 1 I Hollingsworth ............ 1 0 0 0 one was able to tell where the

back county to a point where a Baker, lb. ................. 3 1 1 3 Roberts :......-........-..... 2 0 0 0 lightning had actually struck but

Buckeye ditcher had been at work Holllngsworth .cf .... 4 0 1 2 Winn ..-...................... 2. 0 0 0 It was apparently very close to

(Continued from Page 1) digging small lateral to ditches be plantedin in an Roberts If. _.:.:........... 3 0 0 0 Holstine ..................... 0 0 0 0 the car. Park Platt and Adrian
a. new type of ditch cleaning ma- area which is soon Thielen who had just come out ,
Forbes .. .. 1 0 0 0 I .......... ..... '
chine Is In use. It was the first cane and came back to the place p. "" Vaughn : ...... 0 0 0 0 of the water but were still some
time I had seen this machine in back of Bean City where a special Vaughn p. .._............ 2 0, 0 0 distance from the car were said
operation and Its work was very drainage-irrigation project had been Total -...............--.__, 25 2 6' 4 to have been thrown to the groundby
impressive. set up on a 480-acre tract. On this : Total ...........1.......... 34 2 6 8 Pompano the force of the bolt.

Straddling the ditch like a gigantic tract every other ditch, and theseare Pompano Player pos."' AB R H E A bruise between her shoulder
spider It moves ahead on cater- only a few hundred yards apart, Player pos. AB R H E Douglas, ss. ..:............, 4 O. 1 1 blades scorched hair indicatedhow
pillar treads pulled by a tractor. is for drainage and the ones be- Douglas, s>'s. ................ 53 :3 0 McNeece, : 0 1 0 I closely and Mrs. Morris to
-.3 came
The working equipment is simply tween, with their flow line at con- McNeece, 2b. .......... 5 'z 0 0 Collier, rf -0 0 1 being fatally
injured. She
a fourteen-Inch pump which siderably higher elevation, are for Collier, rf ................ 4. 1 3 0 Richardson, c. .......... 3' 0 O. 1 from shock recovered -
may be moved by the operator irrigation. At the north end of Richardson, c. ............. 5 23- 0 Hudnall, p. 2 1 0 1 able to return home.Monday and was

back and forth across the ditch be- the main feeder canal stands a Hudnall cf:................ 1 2 0 0 Booth If. .................. 2 1 0 0 I
ing cleaned. The spiral agitator pump ready for either drainage or Shiver, cf .................. 0 0 0 0 Johnson 3b. .............. 3 0 1 0
quickly stirs up the mud and slush irrigation work. Booth, If. ......:...._........ 4 2 2 0 Courson lb. --...__....___ 3 2 1 0 NO'I'IC OF PUBLIC HEARING

which has filtered into the bottomof Our trip was concluded at Vine- Johnson, 3b. ............... 5 0 1 0 James, cf ........ ........ 30 0 0 Monday, July-1,-1940-, at 4:30 P M,
the ditch as well as the accumulation gar Bend where we visited another Courson, 1 b. ., .:.;........ 3 0 0 0 I United States Eastern Standard Time,

of weed seeds and dragline cleaning a canal and levellr Lobnitz, p. 4 0 0 0 Total .....................:26 4 4 4 I and is fixed the City as the Hall date In the and city time of when Clew-, ,i;
pumps It all out by hydraulic action. ing off the spoil bank.I I I I iston is designated as the place
that machine lack- told that the great problemin Total...................... 39 12 12 0 where, the City Commission shall holda
The only thing am Woman Is Struck- public meeting for the purpose of
ed, as I saw It, was a means of Everglades water control is to considering and acting upon the assessment -
told the Second game: roll, of acting as a Boardof
propelling Itself and I was keep water circulating through Equalization, of hearingcom-
that plans were being made now I various canals and ditches and Clcuistoii (Continued from Page 1) plaints and receiving: testimony a.3
for just such a mechanical change.In neither drainage or irrigation is Player pos. AB R II E Camp and as the storm approached personal.as to the value fixed of any the property real or
by Tax
Assessor,
this section I was Impressedby helped by digging additional ditches Clark ??,....,. 1 0 1 0 part: of the crowd decided to get and perfecting, reviewingand equalizing -

the neatness of the ditch banks If water is allowed to stand and I Bell .. 4 2 4 0 out of the water. Mrs. Morris was This the notice 1940 dated tax assessment.this 15th day of:
and was told that the ultimateaim stagnate. Stagnant water has a Ward 3 _0 1 1 out first and was standing at the June, 1910.
is get every ditch bank tendency to coat over the soil Clareton ... 2 0 0 1 car, one foot on the running-bo: MALCOLM Clerk, BIGG

levelled down, sodded, in pores and prevent moisture from I Avant .- ? 4 0 0 1 I and 'one on the ground when the City Commission, City of:
Baker .:.. 3.0 0 1 Clewiston.
Bermuda or some similar grass and seeping into the soil. blinding flash of lightning came. No 2t June 21-28, 1940
kept mowed. This is done, not The drainage engineers of the

for appearance but to prevent 'glades face a gigantic problem a but ....,.

erosion of soil Into the ditches I. the progress they have made and '. .X" .'. .
which soon fills them up and interferes the data accumulated leaves one
with the flow of water and with the impression that the prob- Ilr ry %s' % ,.
to keep down the growth of weeds lem is not entirely without a solu- ; : =

and grass in the ditches. The sod tion if enough study. and energy is
would also make It possible for devoted to it.

easier travel about the plantations,
particularly' during wet weather. Local Team Drops- .SERVE THEM. o f

Here we see another dragline at KESSLER'S,.PRIVATE BLEND; PINT
work equipped with a bucket simi- '
IT'S SMOOTH AS:SILK ,
lar to the one we had seen earlier (Continued from Page 1)

cleaning hyacinths and. weeds froma Bell rf .m................ 4 0 1 0 ANDU6HT/

large ditch. Clark, c. .................... 1 0 0 0
After lunch we returned to Lake Bass, c. ...................... 2 0 1 1
Harbor and after a brief stop at Carleton 3b. ............ 3 0 0 0 i \ : :?

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