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Title: The Clewiston news
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Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: July 26, 1940
Publication Date: 1928-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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VOLUME 14;' -NUMBER 33 CLEWISTON FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JULY 26, 1940 SUBSCRIPTION $2.00 PER 1. AFIRE



BOARD SHOWS BOND STREET MADE I Clewiston Realty Begins Schools To Open Sept. :

Construction Of HomeThe


OPERATING ECONOMY ONE-WAY TO AVOIDP. 16 For 9-Month Term; "

Clewiston Realty and Development ;-

\ DURING PAST YEAR 0. CONGESTION Corporation will start

today the construction 'of ,a new
Is
five-room home for rental purposes Faculty Complete

N on Arcade Avenue near the D. (4.
To avoid the traffic congestion
The Everglades Fire Control 'Dis,1 '
Alston home. Paul Bussey is the --------------------
is Bond Street c
." trica $27,855 during the past which prevalent on
spent
., :' ... fiscal year ended June 30 in maintaining near the post-office at certain times contractor.The Sugar Hearing PROF.. F. G. STURCHIO HIRED.

"' \ equipment, paying salaries during the day, city officials have house will be a little'larget' TO ORGANIZE SCHOOL

extinguishing 188 ordered it closed to north-bound and fully as attractive or more so BAND HERE
of wardens and Here 6
unauthorized fires spread over an traffic and made into a one-way than the four houses built by the August

estimated 6,622 acres according to street. company last summer. It will be Vacancies which have existed In

, the annual statement prepared l by Parking;: lines have been paintedon partially of stucco and partially of' Official notification that the U. the Clewiston school faculty for
. Fire Chief William H. Stafford, a the side-walk on either side of asbestos shingle finish and of anew the term of 1939-40 were filled at
S. of ''would '
Department Agriculture
before
copy of which was received by C. the street and parking will be design not used In Clew-. a special meeting of the county
hold a hearing In Clewiston on
E., Miner chairman of the board permitted on either side so longas iston. school board on Tuesday of this
August 6 to determine a fair price
" yesterday. the parking is done at the angle Company officials state that an- week and announcement is made
to be paid for cane by
sugar proces-
1 of the lines in a, southerly direction.It other'similar home !may be built that the Clewiston and LaBelle
the, expenditure,
Breaking down sors and fair wages to be paid dur-
' is probable that for a. short later on in 'the summer. The schools will have a nine-months
,which is less than half the amount 'Jng the harvest of the 1940 crop
appropriated for the work, shows time, until motorists become familiar cost is appriximately $3,500., and the planting of the 1941 crop term of'. school and become fully
with the' new regulation that credited.
-
that $13,960 or approximately half !was received here the latter' partof '
went to. pay the wardens and fire leniency will be, shown to violators. last week by the U. S. Sugar Also of great interest. Is the an-

l chief. Warden's 'expenses ran to However city officials and law en- ORDINANCE PLANNEDTO Corporation. nouncement that Prof. F. G. Stur-

$4790; invoices to $5,744.37, board I forcement officers ask the coopera- Notice of the hearing had been ch'io, leader of the West Palm Beach
'. extra tion of all local motorists in observ- school band and the Unit d'States
. expenses to $951.95 and
:," '. $315.00. Most of the board's expense I ance., Instead of being permittedto REQUIRE LICENSE .previously reports but received there'had through been no press offi- Sugar Corporation Band has been

': was incurred in the' first make a U-turn mid-way of the cial notification from Washington., engaged to organize a band in the

months of last year when meetings I block just south of, the 'postofficeit local school. He will work on a

were held at,. frequent intervals.' will now be necessary to circle FOR ALL CITY DOGSThe The hearing will be held in the part-time basis at a rate of 75.00 .
Clewiston School Auditorium beginning
the block to come back;: into the
Since the first of February this per month for nine months. The

year, however, the expense of the highway.The at nine o'clock and will be school board does not plan to buy
,
board has amounted to only ruling applies only to Bond 'city commission is now considering conducted by Department of Agri- the instruments 'but is hopeful that
I culture officials from Washington.
10290._ Street from the highway south to the passage of an ordinance parents will be interested enough
\ Hearings will be held in Louisiana -
Ventura Street. street ;which will be to instruments for theirchil-
.;,' '. A labor break-down shows' that I One-way probably acted upon'at buy
%
prior to the in Clewiston
.' :.-' ', 727 days work was done by volun- signs are being painted ,and will ) the next regular meeting pro- I for the same one dren who' wish to receive this band.

" :' ..: teer workers, 184 days by free be up this ,week. viding for an annual license fee purpose. instruction.

. .: workers and 659 days by convict for dogs; providing for the seizure Schools of the county w'ill all

: \. I : workers. Total time taken for extinguishing Mrs. Hobbs Entertains rand destruction of dogs running at Baptist Minister Tenders open on September 16. The Thanks-

.'.f : the 188 unauthorized large without licenses; providingfor giving holiday will be Thursday and

;r." ', fires was 1,758 hours. At 'Kiwanis MeetingMrs. the seizure, of female dogs In Resignation As Pastor Friday, November 28 and 29, the

the city while in season and pro Christmas from December
" holidays
In a letter accompanying the report I
pt, ':,(( "" Mr. Stafford says that the viding penalties for violationsof I 2L of January 6 and two days will

, ':. : expenses of the past year were Gertrude Hobbs, a' neice of each separate provision.: Rev. H. G. McLeroy, pastor of I be given off during March for the

'r.; :. kept down below' the anticipated Mrs., "J. W. Ezelle who is visiting The ordinance plans a license fee the First Baptist Church here for ; F. E. :A. convention.
(
amount for three reasons. One was per for a few: weeks from Lumpkin, provision of,..one dollar' annually for the past year or more, asked at a Teachers named to vacancies on

ftgf because the previous year of' 1938- 'Ga., gave the Kiwanians one of the all dogs and: a ,metal tag. will be special business meeting of the the faculty, some of whom were

' 39-was one of, the worst fire years bit 'evening's entertainment in sever issued which must be worn by the church membership Sunday night, faculty members last year are Mrs.

..f;'" ''in history and ,a large number of *,tl' weeks on Wednesday night dog at, all times on his collar.A I that his' resignation be accepted. Mack Greene, primary 'department;
when she sang two solos 'and led sanitary office, official dogcatcher He has been called to the pastorateof
, hazards werE{ cleared; secondly the I Mrs. Essie Oliver and Miss EvelynI
*.'. 'year""uus"fair3r\ ,' till, comparisonwith ,th -,.mpmbers In 'group singing" of< or any pollee:"officer will a church in Dunellon' : The I Bell, elementary. grades 'and Glen

'" the. previous, year and, third, old favorites. be au rlzed'to'. enforce the' board of 'deacons', had previouslyheard Hson"/' high school.. .TjCs "mak-es.

'. better cooperation from the public Mrs. Hobbs' solo numbers were ordinance and will directed' to of and acted upon. his re- the. high school faculty completeas

' and the press. He also paid tributeto 'Jean" and "Keep On Smiling". capture any dog running at large. signation. follows: R. W. Turk:, principal,

the splendid work done by the Mrs., M. M. Prewitt 'was accompanist. The dog will be held for seventy- After regretful acceptance of his Miss Ruth Knight, commercial, Joel

I. wardens and mechanics during the Following the program Joel (Cpntinued on page 8)) resignation a committee composedof Keene, vocational -agriculture, Mrs. {

year. .Keene, new vocational agriculture ,Arch Hodges, Mrs. W. R. Robi- Agnes Thomas Mrs. Livonia Hol- !t

teacher was introduced, and he Changes Made In son and A. W. Dodge was appointedto stine, Mrs. Mary ,Baker and Mr.

;:,<'i .' Savings-Loan Ass'n stated that he _was trying to arrange make' arrangements for callinga WilsonIn the elementary and

''l ._ ', his schedule of work and U.S.S.C. PersonnelJay new 'pastor. primary grades will be Mrs. Greene,

Declares DividendThe : would probably be ready to make Rev. McLeroy and Mrs. McLeroy Miss Bell, Mrs. Oliver, :Miss Evelyn

.:, ':: '. ; a talk to the club next week con- have been very well liked here Burhans, Mrs. Wallace Arey and

\ \ erning his program of agriculture W. Moran vice-president and during their residence in ''Clewis- Miss Alice Steinholtz. Mr. Miner
:
', : teaching: in the Clewiston school general: nianager of the United ton, not alone ,by the members of explains that the board does not
Federal
. :; ( ,; '. The Clewiston _Savingsand '
t- ::.:., Loan Association, at a meeting hext, term. States Sugar Corporation, this week the congregation but by the other assign any teacher to grades with
: r J. E. Beardsley urged all members announced that S. L. Crochet, former people of the community who will the exception of the primary department -
,tfP' ..: : of the board of directors recently,
of ,. > to try and attend the Georgia- purchasing agent, had been made regret losing them as citizens. They and those teachers of
;" :'/ authorized the payment a dividend -
' ', :< amounting to 5 % per annum !Florida Kiwanis meeting in Ocala : assistant to the general manager; will remain here through August. special work as'' above mentioned.

' fo.: and investment to be held soon at which Mark and will also act as''director of Other teachers are placed by the
savings
J. onall
: :, shares. Smith of Thomasville, newly elec- purchases. Three New Homes principal after the opening of

: "' led president'of Kiwanis. International James Winn, assistant to Mr. school.Mr. !
The past six months has shown
,will be present. Crochet will take over the active Under Construction Miner states that the nine- )
: interest
,' considerable increased on discussion
A of the 'new communi- duties of purchasing agent with months term and the addition of I
.
,) the part of local investors to use
. .:; this saving medium. Many people ty house was also held before ad- Charles 'Benson taking his place as I the extra courses this coming term 1

'. are starting savings accounts with I journment. assistant. J. F. Tippey is this week-end is made possible because of better f.
the construction of two collections increase ,
beginning tax
----- county an
\ from
i regular deposits of $1.00 up.
?, i'" The dividends are on shares. thus new homes, one for Gratton George in the amount of money now received -

, )" and the other for Miss Ruth by the schools of ,the coun-
;,: purchased. FUTURE OF LAND AND
.. :.-' The board of directors' is composed WATER RESOURCESOF Marshall on Arcade Avenue and a ty from race track funds and the
brick garage and apartment and i increased state funds because of

. ..','' of F. Deane Duff- chairman. recreation .room for E. E Kelly.Mr. i increased enrollment In the schools.
"r' J. M. Couse, Jay W. Moran, E. E. THE SOUTHERN FLORIDA PENINSULA : :
George's home will be of The board estimates that with all
Kelly and W. C. Owen.
" .... .: frarae,construction on concrete_pier : the additions to costs next term
foundation" four rooms, asbestos that it will have to secure only
I ?2( Civil Service Exams /(A brief descriPtion of the purposes of the Southeastern Florida I cement roof and V-type pre-sawed I $3,000 from county sources.
> Joint Resources Investigation 'as'given ,
at a recent meeting of the
Defense Everglades Fire Control Board in Clewiston). cypress siding. ,It will cost approximately Construction is expected to start
Aid
To ) $3,000 and is located ad- at once on a frame building 18
By 'STANLEY H. WRIGHT
,joining the G. II. Small home. feet by 24 feet to be erected on

Miss Marshall's home will also, be the school campus for the use of
Owing to the 'increased activity
of the War and Navy Departments Florida, like many other states, eastern Florida Resources Investigation of frame construction, five rooms, the vocational agriculture classesas '

in connection with the National has its own peculiar problems. One will coordinate the activities concrete pier foundation with asbes- a work-shop and storage place '

Defense Program the United States of major importance concerns the. of those State and Governmental I tos-cement siding and roof. It will for equipment. Mr. Miner has also

Civil Service Commission is accepting southern peninsula extending from departments, bureaus' and agencies cost approximately $3500. This purchased several pieces of play- ,

applications until further notice Lake Okeechobee to the Keys, which now or to be engaged in an eco I home adjoins that .of G. H. Brown. ground equipment which will be ,

I I for the following examinations in includes the vast area of the Everglades nomic survey of the region. The The E. E. Kelly building 4i8 22x42 received and placed soon. This \

skilled trades: ', about 4,000,000 acres of objective is to set forth in a com- with two-car garage on the lower includes a merry-go-around for the

',.'... Inspector of ordnance material, land and water. This area has an bined report a long range plan of I floor and a garage apartment on smaller children, two slides, trapeze.,
horizontal bars rings and swings.A
',' immense potential and partly developed land and water resources 'the second. Connecting the garage ,
: 'r Anglesmith, other fires; calkcr and value for agriculture of _ment in such a manner develop-I with his home will be a large bicycle rack has also been pur-
chipper, iron; coppersmith, cupola
various types, for a National Park, who are directly or indirectly recreation room. The entire struc- chased. ,
,,
tender, helper, coppersmith; helper, .
for game refuges, and of great im- cerned may become actively engaged, ture will be of brick: matching the In the future, Mr. Miner says, all
shipfitter instrument repairman,
; portance,, for public water supplies. in carrying forward a constructive brick finish of his home. teachers will be paid on a twelve t
ironworker
(for shipfitting duty])
loftsman machinist metalsmith (avi- Pursuing a constructive policy the program for the orderly and eco- Mr. Tippey Is at work today clearing month's basis which prevents the,
Florida State Planning Board in nomic of this payroll for each month being so
ation) pipefitter (Van Stone Machine development important and grading his own lots on
operator) rigger, sheetmetal cooperation with the National Re- region of Florida. the same street just back of the large. Last term a ten month'sbasis .

worker, shipfitter, shipwright. sources Planning Board (of the The Department of Agriculture ,Community Church, manse and was used and was so satis-
Executive Office of the President), will participate in the Investigation states that he will start construc- factory that It has now been ex-
Other examinations now open include has brought together various tended to twelve months. 4
groups principally through its' Soil Conser- tion of a new homo for himself as
bookbinder in the U. S, of technical men; each export In vation its Bureau of
: Service and soon as he can find time to do so
.J Government printing office, explo- his line, to study and analyze this Agricultural Economics, with the SCOUT COURT OF HONOR )

sire engineer, radio monitoring area of Florida and, to offer certain cooperation of the Weather Bureau, ,
, f.r. office and radio operator. Salaries recommendations ANDERSONS PURCHASE HOME: Assistant Scoutmaster Charles :,
J. based on conclu- Bureau of Entomology and Plant
", range from $1620 a :year to $5- sions derived from facts, for the Quarantine, Bureau of Plant Indus- Benson announced this week that \\.1''I

'- 600. further developments and adjust- try, and the Bureau of Agricultural J. E. Beardsley, local realtor, announces the Boy Scouts would hold a courtof

\ Information concerning! these ments of the land and water re-' Chemistry and Engineering, as these the sale this week for the honor Tuesday night at the

1 positions, salaries paid and ,blanks sources. The ,combined effort has may be called upon. The soil Con- Clewiston Realty and Development Scout Hut. The, court will be in ...

for making application may be been designed the Southeastern servation Service Is engaged in reconnaissance Corporation of the four-room framo charge of E. L. Pryor of Fort Myers

secured from Mrs. Jewel Lawrence, Florida Joint Resources. Investigation. -I and detailed surveysto house on lot 18 in block 451 fronting who is acting as executive of the

I secretary of the board of U. S. determine: (1) the extent of on Trinidad Ave., to Mr. and Sunniland Council during the

Civil Service Examiners at the local With state, county, municipal and developed and undeveloped agri- Mrs. Onzelo A. Anderson. The absence of J. A. Gaskin who isattending

post-office. .. .... ........ local financial support: the South- : {Continued 'on Page 4) _. purchase price was not disclosed. : a military Draining camp.


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1 *MAN never is but always to be r
SUNDAY :" The old dirt roads we
Lesson used to know held the rain hence seas
of mud. The new paved roads are swifter -
ByHAROLD L. LUNDQUIST. D. D. though they shed the rain and make
l ROBE Dean of The Moody Bible Instituteof the flood.-Toledo Blade.
Chicago.
(Released by Western Newspaper Union.) "Moths are the least aggressive and
assertive of insects," says an entomoio-
gist. After viewing a pair of trouserswe
Lesson for July 28 can testify that they are willing to
FOREIGN TRADE take a back seat.-Montreal Star.
Mortfc alert minds in the
When a man has committed
lowdown
a -
errfts5+'vase-fi>w eYw ? a, Lesson subjects and Scripture texts selected crime the,
administration have court selects
"a
jury of
SS and copyrighted
f by International
f3 his
peers" to hear the details.
some very careful permission.Council of Religious Education: used by News. SavannaA

what is going to happen
It's a horrible thought,but the
can trade in the future. '' are that chances
'k ff :: aV. +44: WEIGHING CONSEQUENCES a considerable percentage of the
ture is far from A next generation: will be bowlegged from
Principle of Temperate Living learning to walk in trailers.Atlanta
are some of the things Journal. "

concluded: LESSON TEXT-Proverbs 1:7-10 Isaiah The older -we become the more pronewe
After this war is over it 5:11 12. 18-23: Galatians 679.: are to believe that elderly is a nicer
inevitable, if Germany GOLDEN TEXT-Godliness Is profitable word than old.-Atcbison Globe ,.:;
world will be divided into unto all things having promise of the life
that now Is, and of that which is to come.-
trading areas. They will F I
2 lf'J; F fisl. Timothy 4:8.
1. Japan and China,

about 450,000,000 people An intelligent approach to life
under the totalitarian calls for CLASSIFIEDDEPARTMENT
an understanding of prin-
Japan. ciples governing thought and action.
2. Germany, which will Our lesson for today recognizes that
life and death rule over act and
every thought of man brings
000,000 people, including consequences, either good or bad.
tions of Europe. Man himself must make the deci-

3. Russia, which will sions of life, and what he sows he MATCH BOOKS
trade of about 200,000,000 must also
reap.
4. The United States, Matters of crucial Hawaii Matchbook collectors! 100 all dif'f
importance to
ferent unused from Paradise
: Isles dollar.
America-if
South we can modern young' people are involved 50 different U. S. navy, SI. Dave Koblick,
the latter under the in 2-148-2 Prince Edward. Honolulu Hawaii.
our lesson. They are asking
trine. These will
these days, "Shall I listen to God's
350,000,000 people. ,, .VM4N.A'Nn. :arNq voice, or is that just old-fashioned
In the first three of these Luxurious Scarfs
nonsense? What,about obeying
trade will SERVE A SUCCULENT par-
areas, foreign STEW ents? Should I drink intoxicants?
pletely controlled by (Recipes Below) Easily Crocheted
.... monopolies. For instance, 'Everybody' does-why should I be

operating on a slave w so homey and tomato (or 2 tablespoons canned to- different? Of course, I don't wantto
be ,
and a socialized system, a good stew, that most matoes) and 1 teaspoon salt. Stir life a drunkard or ruin my future
but I'd like to have
to cut prices and undersell 'unless a stew of gently; cover, bring to a boil and 'my fling'can't -
ed States throughout South another appears on the then simmer for one hour.,. A small I have it and still" avoid disastrous -

Already Germany is fairly regularly. family might have the best parts of consequences?

Rio de Janeiro and stews and stews, of the chicken fried one day, and the The answers to these questionsare

for September delivery stews with feathery rest cooked this way the next day, in our lesson. May God help

prices quoted by U. S. using only 1 cup of rice and 2 cups young people to find the right
which is to of water. answers, and enable every teacherto
Japan
sure -
present the truth clearly and ef
alize China, also will ( I. Brunswick Stew. fectively.I. .
wages, and will do the avor Put one gallon of water in a large
U. S. !) ; .., iron pot, bring to a boil, and add Safe Counsel (Prov. 1:7-10).

Therefore the United one tablespoon of salt. Add one No sane person wants to make a

order to continue any kind ; onion minced fine, one pint of shelled fool of himself. He is looking for
trade whatsoever, will that c::::::::> ---;, butter beans, six potatoes -peeled the right way and will lend his ear

one of four things: under''all sorts of fancy and sliced, six ears of corn cut from to good counsel. Here it is--"The \

1. Reduce wages to a the: cob, one-half pound of fat salt fear of the Lord ,is the beginning of

imating the starvation even "Cinderella pork or bacon cut into shreds, one- knowledge" (R. V., "wisdom").

paid in Germany. start out as leftovers half teaspoon each of black and cay- Fear of God is not a cringing ter-
2. Reduce ror, but a sincere appreciation of His
profits, or as a well-seasoned one- enne pepper. Two squirrels or one
them altogether, if large fat hen, disjointed and soakedin wisdom and a desire to do His will.

are to be met. that "serving a stew" cold water to draw the blood out, The best counselors a' boy or girl

3. Subsidize industry and measure, and a are next thrown into the pot. Cover has are' father and mother. Onl$, a

take it over, as under the as well. Stews and closely and stew very slowlyfor fool will pass up the golden opportunity 0

cist, and Soviet ,systems make use of the two hours, stirring occasionally of profiting by their experi-

, 4. Create a foreign cuts of meat. ,Their from the 'bottom. Stew one hour ences and avoiding ..their mistakes,
oly. This is what the, c."f is simple and they longer!', add' two teaspoons of white : and will miss the opportunity of car-

done for more than a "One-dish meal," sugar and one quart of tomatoes rying forward their high hopes. l.
what the Nazis have been peeled and sliced. Ten minutes be- Those who fear God and honor their
home that luxurious
recently. All exports fore serving add one-fourth pound of parents will not be misled by the GIVE your
With Mint Dumplings. and at little cost, too. Cro-
sold through the butter cut into bits and rolled in enticement of sinners (v. 10). They
chet these scarfs (there are two
ports are purchased the flour. Bring to a boil again and just, will not "consent," and that
It is this last system lamb (cut in pieces) serve on soup plates with dry rice. settles it. (sizes, 18 by 60 and 18 by 36 inches)
for buffet table
water dining or dresser. -
Deal advisers consider This is a dish men like and one II. Steps to Ruin (Isa. 5:11, 12, Pattern 2537 contains direc-
tionable of the,four, and salt they can excel in preparing. 18-23).
pepper tions for scarfs; illustrations of
they are concentrating. Creole Chicken Gumbo File. Isaiah lived and ministered in a
'' (sliced) them and stitches; materials re
the
Naturally, 'handling 1 4-pound chicken time of prosperity, which led to
exports and imports (cut in cubes) quired. Send order to:
) Flour, salt, pepper drunkenness and immorality. This
ernment monopoly is a Vz pound lean ham -. in time led, as it always _does, to
(canned),
from the Hull trade'tr
way Sewing Circle Needlecraft Dept.
2 tablespoons lard or butter the decay and destruction of the na
water I 1 onion (chopped) tion. We face similar moral con- 82 Eighth Ave. New York

CHICAGO CHAFF : 1 sprig thyme ditions today. Let us not shut our Enclose 15 cents in coins for Pat

The Utah and Florida in large saucepan. i 1 bay leaf eyes to the lesson so oft-repeated in tern No...........

were divided 50-50 between brown. Add boiling : 1 tablespoon parsley (minced) history and in false security go on NameAddress...............................

women-the only such at ; cover. When I Garlic, amount you like, rub bow} to national ruin. .............................
convention.Dr. heat and simmer 1%
I Vi red pepper pod, without seeds We need outspoken ,and deter-
Francis Townsend vegetables and continue i
,
Boiling water
mined opposition in civic, social and
for 1 hour. Mix
czar, attempted to put flour 1 dozen shrimp or more religious circles to the,liquor traffic
and add
Democratic a paste slowly.
Creole Gumbo File and to all the vices that follow in-

candidates as he did at constantly heat and until when thick-boil- Clean and cut up chicken as for a evitably in its train. The portion of, Mosquito Bites, quick rubZPENE1ROJ
but with
phia, no better
add dumplings. Mint fricassee. Dredge with flour, salt our lesson from Isaiah vividly por-
only one to give him a and p Cut trays the downward path of, the !

ing McNutt for ,vice whom president.Townsend flour ham foer.s "})) -drinker of intoxicants. Ponder it.

dices. Place lard :.q well, young man and young woman.
Chief baking powder -a
In
pluggers for the England
ness" plank in the salt kettle or butter or in deep soup t;; ?7r.L( ( III. Seedtime and Harvest (Gal. There, gasoline ''is petrol\ a battery -

,6:7-9)., .
ising loans and protection is an 'accumulator; a truck,
stewing pot and
big business, were Sen. fresh mint or pars- when hot put in r Everywhere about him man sees lorry; car's hood, a bonnet; a,
) the inexorable operation of the law
J
of New York, Chairman P trailer, an articulated_ vehicle.
the chicken and
Sabath of the house rules (approximately) { of cause and effect, of sowing and

tee, Dr. John F. Carruthers dry ingredients, cut ham. Cover close- reaping, and yet he listens to the
and brown for 5 to 10
the National Small chopped mint. Add ly minutes. lies of Satan and of his own lustful HOW ARE
Then add onion, parsley, garlic and IuEflESCranky 1
heart and tries to convince himself
search bureau, and James gently with a fork. YOUR
thyme, stirring occasionally to
president of the into boiling stew. pre- that the law may be suspended in
vent burning. When nicely browned
Businessmen's association. to steam for 15 the realm of the moral and spiritual. ? Restless?Can't sleep?Tire easily?
add boiling water just to
cover due to female functional disorders?
Worried
lifting the the flesh
Strange pre-convention cover. Sowing to always brings
chicken. leaf broken
,Add bay very Then try Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
the national Stew. No how well educated -
matter
committee fine-and red pepper pod. Lower corruption. Compound famous for over, 60 years,in
ters here was John (Serves 6) flame and allow Gumbo to simmer no matter what his positionin helping such weak, rundown, nervous

man from 1928 to 1932 and can corned beef- gently until chicken? is tender-2 to life, or his family connection, the women. Start today

Smith a bolter in 1936. ,4 hours. Remove carcass and bones. man who takes his first drink has

a half-hour conferring 1 onion minced Just before serving, add 2 dozen started on the road to a drunkard's For Good ReputationThe

Farley.- fine shrimp, diced. Heat through thor- grave. Statistics reveal that the way to obtain a good repu-
Two most photographed 1 No. 2 can peas oughly. Remove from flame and victims of drink come from every tation is to endeavor to be what

the convention were Evie ) with liquid add % tablespoon to 2 tablespoonsof strata of society and every circum- ;you desire to appear.-Socrates.
photogenic wife of the 1 medium size Gumbo File. stance of life. Young people, the.

the national committee, bottle tomato sure way to avoid the consequencesis
white-haired Mrs. Mack, catsup Get This New Cookbook Now. to not take the first drink. RELIEVESSUNBURNMOROIPtTROIEUM

committeewoman from 1 cup.. water You as a homemaker-of course- Sowing to the Spirit brings "life 1A IN E
islands. Salt and pepperto want to serve to the man of your
Two other unusual taste family the food he'likes best and it everlasting." That, ,too, is always WHIlE JELLY

Mrs., Alice Longworth and in saucepan is for that reason that you should true. There is also another pre-

Davis, goateed newsman, gently over low flame immediately secure your copy of cious truth: namely, that by turningto

tive in the nearly successful hour. The flavor im this new 48-page cookbook entitled, Christ the one who has begun on Masquerade

presidential campaign of the length of cooking "Feeding Father." the downward path may stay the Things are seldom what they
skim milk masquerades as
Taft. This book contains almost 150 rec- ruinous hand of sin upon his life. seem; Gilbert.

No wonder one of the, Sunday Dinner. ipes, and among them you will find Taking Christ as his Saviour, he cream.-

the national committee one-dish meal that such tested men's favorites as a finds regeneration and 'renewal of

enact a rule limiting the while one is rare old recipe for plum pudding, life.

delegates at future Cionday, chicken rice strawberry shortcake, deep dish ap- '

ventions. This one has Cut a 3-pound ple pie, Boston brown bread, ham GOOD DRUG
and 1,896 delegates. and fry in butter cheese rolls, baked stuffed pork The Works of the Lord sioits ,

sent veritable armies of brown. Add salt and chops, spare ribs with apple stuffing, Praise ye the Lord. I will praise tAtGE 1s..vl yy

each with a minute When nearly brown barbecued steak, oven fried chicken the Lord with my whole: heart, in 1w.rw
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vote. Texas, with 46 votes but % cup fat, add an etc., etc. the assembly of the upright, and in stso

delegates; Mississippi, with sliced, a little 'chopped To secure your copy, send 10 centsin 'the congregation. The works of the
has 108 delegates and Vz of bay leaf "
; a and fry coin to "Feeding Father, car
out of all
with six votes, has 26 : Wash 2 cups rice I of Eleanor Howe, 919 North Michi- Lord are great, sought

One Mississippi district the chicken; add 4 II gan Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. them that have pleasure therein.-
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\ Flow ,of BileIs I

Night Sports in Tenth Year ASK E 'fl) A Quiz With Answers'ANOTH' !
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, InfluencedBy Offering Information

Going Stronger Than Ever ExerciseBy E R 'v( on Various SubjectsThe I S


Questions The Answers

The national pastime is still baseball, due, say some sports authori-
ties, to the'success of NIGHT baseball. Ten years ago this summer the DR. JAMES W. BARTON 1. What is'the origin of the word 1. From the Greek sophos, wise,
(Released by Western Newspaper Union.)
night in organized baseball was played at Des Moines, Iowa. sophomore? and moros, fool.
first game the that for- 2. What is peculiar about the 2.
of things Every word i is a single syllable -
: Minor league ball, backbone of the whole baseball industry, floodlightedits ONE
Chinese language? and word
one have hundreds
It enables was difficult to under- may :
way through the depression. Fans like the nocturnal sport. 3. Duncan Phyfe's best known ,of different meanings. The
I them to see games without neglecting their work, or ,without calling stand was how some men ate carved motif on furniture pictures tone of the voice denotes. the dif. .:
upon their grandmothers to be guests of honor at too many funerals. enormous meals and had no what? ferent meanings. '

trouble with liveror 4.5' was the mother of King 3. A lyre.
's-q : ,yN ,J K9Y.e., .7MDP, } S\N+,:MNTMV 7enoJ'F ,",r.}
S.n'J.pvrtttr//r%Y A'YNH}V.Y} ; N % ; Solomon? 4. Bath-sheba. ,
4 ., gall bladderJODAY'S
,
\ '
; ( :
i M'a. ;, ,' while others who 5.. How does a guest at an Eskimo 5. By taking any leftover food '.
HEALTH dinner show that he enjoyedthe with him when -he leaves, the
of "
ate meals or-
; meal? house. .::.
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dinary size were COLUMN 6. What is meant by prima facie 6. At first sight; the first im

q<; k troubled with indi- ? pression. ,;

gestion, belching, desire to c,

vomit, constipation, and other :,

signs,of a slow or sluggish liver By ,

and gall bladder. The explanation HOW to EWRUTH WYETH :1

is that the heavy eater is one ..

.. who is also active, takes plentyof ili

exercise riding, golfing,

'.... ,.xe. {,..>FaH,:' brisk walks and the other sits at then detail.eliminated"Work for every quantity-don't unnecessary :,:,'i j a

ti y his desk all day. bother with a collar or pocket," u

Nature meant that man should the countyRed Cross leader urged. ,

.Ya} move about, bend his body, reachup 0 0 1 I. have just sketched here some -,
l/ and down, all of short cuts used to speed up production .
r" which not only NECK FINISHED AND SLEEVES ; and as I write this, look- 'N
squeezes the liver I I \ STITCHED IN BEFORE UNDER ing out of my studio window over <'
RM SEAMS ARE SEWN UP-
(Above) R. J. Sivackhamer % and gall bladder but ALL SEAM EDGES PINKED a beautiful and peaceful garden, I .:1
"
of the General Electric pre also makes him am trying not to think of winter 'J;}

\ ., sents a picture of the original breathe deeply. BOTTOM PINNED HEMCK and what it will be like in Europe /'
'' t : Deep breathing, by I FIRST THENTOPPINS when some child is wearing this :
Des Moines night contest to Y
7. pressing the diaphragm -i REMOVED ARE i little blue woolen frock.; ':
/' Wm. Beattie (right), curator AS 4.
3f atY < i g{ (floor of TOP IS *
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,1 'iy/:, <,: .<,k wi rt of the National Baseball Museum :8I7 chest and roof of abdomen STITCHEDwar .-. EDITOR'S NOTE: Readers who ;,*
N. Y. have had practical help from these :.j
'
5 k e yya.y: r '' at Cooperstoivn, ) against the
7.y.xt /'', rit.;,;q.,. liver, squeezes it WHEN came "to Finland a articles and Mrs. Spears' Sewing'I
and increases the Cross group to sew for Booklets 1, 2, 3 and 4, will be ':;!l
Dr. Barton flow of bile. refugees was started in our com pleased to know that Book 5 is ,ji):
Will bile net flaw munity. The feeling that our home ready. They are a service to our :-i

unless exercise is taken? Bile is needs were more important was readers, and a charge of 10 cents '"'
manufactured and will flow down so strong that exactly two work is made for each one, to cover ,',<
ers came. When the Low Countries cost and mailing. Send order to: ':
? into small intestine, into gall bladder .
invaded
were more joined.
and from gall bladder also to "
Now, 12 6r 14 women meet faith
small intestine, even if no exercise MRS. RUTH WYETH SPEARS
fully and make about 50 woolen '"
is taken. But the amount made Drawer 10 "."
dresses week in sizes 9 to '
every Bedford Hills New York
:
I and rapidity with which it flows can
'{:o5'liiir.':} y? 14. ,The group is financed through' book s
each }
<- Enclose 10 cents for
exercise.
.," '.. greatly be influenced by :
of and material which
gifts money ordered. .'
Over a Quart of Bile. -J
Just how much bile is manufactured :- they themselves have solicited. Name ............................... ,?

in 24 hours and how fast it They bought the simplest dress Address ............................. i
pattern that they could find and
flows is recorded by Dr. I. C. Zuck- ,
erman and associates, in American
Journal of Digestive Diseases. A ,
patient with a fistula- opening in ,
duct carrying the bile-was observed ,
"
when starved and no bile THOSE EXTRAS IN

It might take a' dozen taken by mouth. Over a 'quart of CAMELS ADD A LOT "
:' crowds bile manufactured in 24 hours.In ,1
,:,, weekday to equal was I DSITOUTANY '
55,000 like the of flow it OF FUN TO SMOKING.
to rate
a throng of regard ,
.. ...... DANCE FOR A SLOW-
the one shown above, I l,;:.: ,,1' ; 7.v;; ;.,.-:..: was found that the hourly rate of THAT EXTRA FLAVOR
attending a Cleveland flow during day and night was fairly BURNING CAMEL
Indians night Yy v"r.Nry regular. There was, however, a six- IS SWELL
game. n Y hour interval and early
: during night
(Right) Night football /r :.,
morning (when patient was sleep-
game in progress at ing) when there was a noticeable
Manchester, N. H. Night f y,7:., ..}...; ;
: .y:. decrease in the bile flow. _
football makes it possi .,g : : vrr.; .::' What does this teach us? It
ble for small town high / t y '' teaches us that when the body is _

school teams to compete w"x': :';'=tr'x ::< -:<(-,"'Yx.ww' completely at rest, bile flow is slower '
with important contem E/;' than when body is active. If, sev- .

.. : poraries. a,, aA eral times a day we would 'bend \
'. the body with knees straight or take
a few long breaths we could increasethe "

,,' bile flow- and prevent constipa
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lDn tion.
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i L:;::. ; The Prevention of


i li[; Stones in Kidneys

l t4A *TpODAY physicians are not conten'tsimply
: yy. JL to treat',kidney stone colic '\
k' and:remove. large stones, but are ; :
f"'J; t't studying the causes of these stones
;,'," and how best to prevent these stones
from forming. The Stone clinic
was organized at the Massachusetts GET THE "EXTRAS" WITH SLOWERBURNINGCAMELS

4'' .. General Boston. Dr. Fuller
:;i: / :2i/'r; hospital, -
f r /J/f'y ,raw, Albright, in the New England
.
% ,'.... S" .,.
3n' : :!
Medical Journal
says: I
.:/: "The Stone clinic represents an
effort to learn more about the preven-
tion of kidney stones by a combined
study of the problem by the general
/ (Above) The Milwaukee Brewers the chemist and the
physician, <:' \ THE CIGARETTE OF COSTLIER TOBACCOS
? y// playing to large night-time urinologist (specialist in kidney and :

y crowd. (Left) Showing how Westinghouse bladder diseases). There are undoubtedly s4&yb
: '' 1a engineers focused the many factors that influ-

/' 4t lights on the new 2 billion candlepower ence the formation of stones-stasis In recent laboratory tests Camels burned
5 5 pr system at the New York (sluggish circulation), infection EXTRA MILDNESS 25% flower than the average of the 15
r, / : } Giants''Polo grounds. The boxes (from various parts of the body), other of the largest-selling brands tested }
lack of or insufficient amount of slower than any of them. That means, t
s4 serving as targets, were removed vitamins, lack of colloids .(matter or EXTRA COOLNESSEXTRA on the average a smoking plus equal to
when adjustments were O. K. substance in a glue-like condition),

;... rrri excess of crystalloids (matter or FLAVOR 5 EXTRA SMOKES PER PACK!
substance in a crystal form) in the
urine, and so forth."
Method of Treatment.The .
thought then in investigatingstones
is that a urine of a certain Flighty Will First Victory
composition precipitates or manu A boy's will is the wind's will For a man to conquer himself is

factures a stone composed largely of and the thoughts of youth are long, the first and noblest of all vic .

;: the substances thrown down by or long thoughts.-Longfellow. tories.
precipitated by this certain type of
j urine-cystine stone, uric acid
, stone, calcium phosphate stone. Get this FREPIBEI.
This being the case then, medical '
-
all the South have trustedWintersmith's
For 70 grateful people over
treatment consists in trying to reduce over years
relief of Malaria. To convince a
Tonic for the
the manufacture of the sub S
stances forming the stone by the YOU,we are offering this complete,761-page Holy Bible,FREE.
urine or to try change the com- Just mail the top from one large carton (or the tops from two
position of the urine so as to keep small cartons)to Wintersmith Chemical Co..Inc.,Louisville Ky..
the substances solvent.
The first in the treatment is
Ten manufacturers are now busy turning out the aluminum reflectors step
to find out the type of stone that is
which, with the special "alzac" finish developed in Aluminum present. Dr. Albright states that ti

Research Laboratories at New Kensington, Pa., resist all weather condi taking large amounts of fluids is

1! tions, it is claimed. They are now used in virtually all ball parks. ideal treatment for all kinds of

stone.




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PAGE'FOUR 'I THE cLtrvfrrsTox !NEWS FRIDAY JULY 20, 1040


The Clewiston News basis and that all teachers have data now being obtained by the tions 9 which appear to obstruct the ] The assessment of the said property

been hired and the faculty for I Soil Conservation Service, by the development of a coordinated land under in the the name said of certificate Unknown.issued was

1940-41 is complete.The Bureau of Agricultural Economics, and water utilization' program. Unless said certificate shall be redeemed -

Published every Friday In Clewlat, advent of a band Instructorand and by the U. S. Geological Survey.A Technicians will therefore completean described according therein, will law be, the sold property to the
Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS. a vocational agriculture teacher complete soil conservation survey analysis and critical comparison highest bidder at the, court house .
Inc. the same term marks a great may well be compiled. of present legislation relatingto door on the first :Monday in the monthof
August 1940. which is the 5 day
advance in the local school and It Landowners' within the Ever- land ownership. of August/ 119240ay
I KEATHLEY DOWDEN, Editor is to be hoped that conditions will glades and adjacent thereto, 'taxpayers The foregoing land resources and Dated this of June, 1940.

make It possible by next term that on farm land and urban utilization studies will present an (Seal) WILLIAM Clerk of Circuit T. HULL Court of

Entered as second ,class mall matter other courses, lacking at this time, property, must be concerned with accurate picture and analysis of Hendry County, Florida.,
February 1, 1927, at the Post Office JrClewiston may be added.A land usages and habitation. ScIen- present and potential conditions In
the Act ot
Florida under the Everglades in relation to the
tific consideration must be given as
be
March 3, 1887.8ubaerlptlon. new building Is to constructed -
and coastal urban de- NOTICE OP APPLICATION FOR
marginal
just a temporary frame struc- to the land and water resourcesof TAX DEED
ture, for the use of the vocatlonal- this area of the peninsula are velopment. It should enable the
Year.Advertising
Hate $2 OO Per
held the State of Florida and its local politi- NOTICE IS HEREBY
ag boys as a shop. The new in- being used or for purposefor I GIVEN That
Rate On Application. which either best adapted. cal subdivisions to solve many of Mrs. Annie Frlerson holder of Tax
structor, Joel Keene: Is I understand are Certificate No. 108-109 Issued the 6
already on the job and is There are more than 1,000,000 the complex problems now existingas day of June A. D. 1938 has filed
acres of Everglades land lying west well as to provide the means same in my office and has made application -
the
welfare to preliminary
Devoted to the advancement and ready supervise for a tax deed tc be issued
of Clewistcn and Hendry County. work preparatory to raising a of the coastal region of Palm Beach whereby the long range economic thereon. Said certificate embraces
splendid new crop of farmers in and Broward counties. Other coun- welfare of all of the people and the following described property in
the County of
the community. And in a com ties, too, have comparable areas. I taxpayers within the region.. can be.. to-wIt: Hendry, State. of FlorIda -

Another building spree appears In munity which depends upon agri- The development of these lands ;. advantageously worked out. ; house Lots 2. 3, 4, 5, C, 7 Block 47 Court-

prospect to close, the summer. 'culture entirely for 'its support must be governed by agriculturalneeds .1. The Investigation of the land resources The square.assessment of the said property -

what better course could be taughtin by the demands of the tourist however, is only part of under the said certificate issued
Clewiston now has a onewayptreet. since the water was in the name of Fannie Park.
the school? industry which gives rise to im- the problem, resources Unless said certificate shall be
redeemed -
: It won't take long to get portant water considerations, as wellas are of equal importance, according law, the property -
accustomed to the change. and in some cases have reached described therein will be sold to
for
still recreational areas parks,
The bosses are enjoying the highest bidder at the court house
their vacation in the mountains fishing and hunting, and for the emergency conditions. It is a fact door on the first Monday in the monthof
The indicate that com- for the Atlantic August, 1940, which is the &
papers that water supplies day
of urban ,
normal
and, if its as cool there as is re- expansion areas. of August 1940 '
pulsory training is just around the fora I These matters to be an integral coast, particularly for Miami and
ported, they'd better stay on Dated this 18 day of June. 1940.Seal .
corner and as the single boys go i Dade county areas are precarious.
while longer-at least until the part of the research work includedIn ( ) WILLIAM T. HULL.
first the bachelors are becomingmore temperature here drops to where the Investigation.The Many wells no longer produce Clerk of Circuit Court of

and matrimonially inclined. one merely perspires instead of Bureau of Agricultural 'Economics potable waters. The great under- Hendty County, Florida.

sizzles. But I still like it better will study farm management ground water supply is being de- No 45. 4t. .June. 21-28. July 5-12 1940 ._
It's vacation time in Clewistonbut ---------- -
than that week or so in January. I problems which include: (1) the pleted by the heavy drafts; and M
those of you who can't get economic feasibility of land develop- the fresh water is being displacedby

away to the mountains, the beachor BEARDSLEYS GIVE PARTY ment for farm purposes; (2) the salt waters. This condition is
elsewhere should get some' mea- serious. The fact that
TUESDAY EVENING AT HOME type and size of operating units extremely
sure of comfort in that the black best adapted to farm conditions and the population of this and adjacent Good

bass are biting nicely'' at this time., I Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Beardsley en- to probable future conditions: and (Continued on Page 8) FarmLand

tertained with a dinner and' bridge ((3)) the Income, which may reason-
Tom Cochran is slated to die party at their home near Ritta TUes- ably be expected from productionunits 'NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR

Monday in the electric chair for day evening honoring the birthdayof under new conditions.The TAX DEED

the murder of Frances Dunn in Mrs. Beardsley's brother, Joseph foregoing research of course

Palm Beach county last year. The Robbins. leads 'to a study of taxation and NOTICE(Senate IS HEREBY lUll No. GIVEN 163) ThatE.

only regret most people will haveis Attending were Mr. and Mrs. fiscal problems in relation to land B. Hull holder of' Tax CertificateNo. for Rent I ,
that justice hasn't been done 211, issued the 4th day of September -
Robbins Mr. and Mrs. C.
Joseph ,
utilization. That a constructive A. D. 1933, has filed same in my
sooner. E. bobbins, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. pattern for equitable taxation to office and has made application fora
tax deed to be issued thereon. Said
Prewitt, Miss Marie Robbins, Billy govern land development within the certificate embraces the following described '
Prewitt and Moye and Ralph Everglades is necessary in the lightof property in the County of

.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:oo.oo.wwoo.o.IN .:..:..:..:- Bishop. 'present conditions can scarcelybe Hendry All ,Section State of 16,Florida Township, to-wit 47: S j

denied. Special studies are Range 31 E.
The assessment of the said, -
BAPTIST MISSIONARY CIRCLES property
LIEU OF proposed to I determine the nature of under the said certificate issued
HOLD FIRST ,MEETING TUESDAY public finance and.taxation prob- was in the name of W. A. Cartier. TrespassersWill
Unless said certificate shall be
RAMBLINGS. lems and the extent to which State redeemed -
according law, the
Organization of the Woman'sMissionary property -
and local policies affect land utili- described therein will be sold to Be
By CARR SETTLE Union circles by mem- zation and development. Studies the highest bidder at the court house
bers of the ,Baptist union has been door on the first Monday in the monthof ProsecutedClewiston '
and research will include among August, 1940, which is. the 5th

.>>.'--w.. :+:..:..:..:...:..:..:...:..x..: ..:..:..x..:. completed meetings on and Tuesday all three afternoon circles held of other things (1) the basis for as- day Dated of August this 5 day 1940.of July, 1940.

sessments; (2)) the cause of tax (Seal) WILLIAM T.', HULL.
this week. Clerk of Circuit Court of Jit>-
the transfer of
Once again are to be forcedto delinquency; (3)
we .
These three meetings were given Hendry County, Florida.4t.
change our habits of years andI over principally to details of organization tax-reverted lands; and (4) local I July 12-19-26, Aug. 1. 1940.

can just imagine what a head- and to the planning of mission government debt burdens. With I .
these are' concerned the problemsof NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
ache the law enforcement officersare
study work for the year. Miss
: (1) overlapping taxing jurisdiction TAX DEED
going to have before they 'get
Louise Smith of Jacksonville, Mrs. (Senate Dill No. 1C3):
local drivers to remember that they ; (2) the financial status of '
Dillon of Belle :Glade, Mrs. A. R. Realty' And
I pumping! and drainage districts as NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
I must not drive north 'on ,Bond Broadfoot and Mrs. H. G. 'McLeroy That
,.' Street. related to land utilization; and (3) Clyde Crawford, holder of Tax Certi-
visited each of the circles' during the consolidation and ,simplificationof ficate No. 34, issued the 6 day of DevelopmentCorporation
But it isn't impossible. A ,year their meetings. June A. D. 1938, has filed same, in <
local ,government structures. my cffice and has made applicationfor
age we can remember that manyof The Mary Ellen Dozier Circle '
Closely related to and following a tax deed to be issued thereon.
us bumped our noses on the met with Mrs. M.' C" Doke. Present Said certificate embraces the follow-
the studies of taxation and fiscal described in the
ing
property Countyof
old door before Mrs. C. Vowell Mrs. G.
post-office M.
we remembered were problems are the required analysesof Hendry, State of Florida, to-wit: J
that it had moved across E. Wenzloff, Mrs. A. H. King, Mrs. TZ% Gov. Lot 3 and Lots 4 and 5,
the economic and legal institu- 'Sec. 21, Twp. 43, S Rge. 28 E.
the street to a new location and W. J. Robison, Mrs. A. D. Dixon, p-- '
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so it has been many times in this Mrs. Bird, Mrs. C. M. Allen, Mrs.
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stant' changes being made. This is Mrs. C. E. Nail. :.? t,

the first attempt at a one-way street The Margaret Circle met with ,. 'f'.'
; ; _. :
but I think it'll turn out to be Mrs. C. R. Kruger ,with Mrs.' W. ;._.;.y. yy.f....
: a: wise move and one which will H. Warren, Mrs. Herman Davis, A yt
.
t relieve the congestion at the post- Mrs. E. E. Kelly, Mrs.: Floyd .!..;:. ." ':"_
',' ENJOY AN :::::
office at mail-time and at noon Andrews, Mrs. L. C. Miller, Mrs.C. 'i.f; :: .' .

particularly and maybe save dentsin W. Simmons, Mrs. Paul Hite, ::+ : ,:',.,. ++

a lot of fenders.If Mrs. Jerry Cato and Mrs. W. R. :;::;: ,, ::::;.. :;::;:

you forget these first few days Broaderick present. =:2:: ',' --.w ,- ALL ELECTRIC -" .:: "'. ::::::
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it isn't likely that Mr. Bell will The Winnie Ayres Circle met ::; }( : ,

lock you up or anything so drastic with Mrs. E. J. Vent with Mrs. F. :::;: ;. : <:, '. >, :jj:. :::;:

but cooperation is -asked and shouldbe A. Hanna assisting hostess. Present f.!. ":" I Ic:1\/IE: : -\j;',!', .:.).
given in this, Clewiston's first were: Mrs. S. E. McCorkle, Mrs. \

important traffic regulation. Fred Topper, Mrs. E. M. Cornette, U: ;:<';;<'/t <., .; :: Jz i M: :

Mrs. I. S. Bell, Mrs. R. ,J.- Blount, .!. \ ':'/":,' ';;:- .,;,..;,. ""''f. ,;"".,,...,,( ,::, ..:''.', -> ."l-J-. ',..;\.. .f.:4
I'd like to report that Bill Owen Mrs. Clayton Waters, Mrs. D. B. :'f's:::: ', ,' AI" ,:';:, '! ., '1;" '" .," ,'.' /,: :, ';':;4yy

got me all straightened out on that Allen, Mrs. H. E. Walker and Mrs.
y C'

found piece in of a broken ceiling acoustical at the new tile office I M. A. Thomas. x ::_: Electricity is the modern servant; a servant 'that :;::;:

building last week. It was, a very Future Of Land- :!::: takes care of both the work and the pleasures of the'- ::_:::::

.' simple ultra-modern explanation-that buildings must even theso have :i::: home and one that will do everything quickly, efficiently .:;"::!.:

e electrical wiring and it must come (Continued from Page 1) .:..:, : :
1 and II :: i
+.;. economlca y. ::
through the ceiling somewhere- cultural land; (2) the depth and f+
; which Is quite logical character of soils (3) the nature of xx
once we come ;
to think of it. supporting subsoil; and (4)) the :: :t: One penny will toast 26 crunchy slices 'of toast, or :::;:

; And this week all the rubbish cause and effect of excessive drain- J..t.
:: and litter incidental to the con- age and muck fires-and many other :3:::: give your eyes two hours of safe reading light or operate, :::a.;.

'(, struction of such a building is being related subjects. The surveys will :_::_: your radio for most of a day-and-ELECTRICITY is :;:::

,;,: .l>>een moved built along away the a sidewalk front of has the be supplemented certain areas by detailed selected studiesIn for ::;::;;;: one thing 'that gets cheaper the more 9f it that you use. :::!:

.: block and into the entrance and demonstrational purposes. Further _.;. 'f'yt"
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; the grounds are being landscaped. detailed studies will, include Inform- to' have and home :::i:
+ :. Which lets us known definitely that ation on crop adaptation, tillage ::;::;.: That is why it is so easy ,enjoy a .....

'; ,it won't be long until its in use. practices, insect and pest control, :::: that is all electric and modern. :::::

And how good that air-conditioned and data on the possibility and yy

building would feel these days. limitation of agricultural usages, yy Ayy
yy
The services and cooperation of 'I.?

': There's a rumor hereabouts-and soil specialists, ecologists, and agronomists yy Nn

I::. far be it from me to try and will be available to the _: ELECTRICITY IS YOUR CHEAPEST ,SERV. :1

: establish its authenticity-that a Soil Conservation Service for this .
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';. well-known business man of the work. Technicians are now actively : 'f. \ tt
community took an unexpected dunk In the field yy
engaged acquiring the
I'';' in the' drink down LaBelle way the necessary data. : :_::::. ANT-USE IT, EXTRA V AGANTL Y. .:.;:..:;.:.

i: .. first of the week. I ,could give youa The Conservation' Service will :yy: i ...;.

tip. It last came to me from make an exhaustive study of water yy .vyy

:: Bob Coker. There's another young control methods as applied to agri- .:::':'. <.' ..:...t.._.

fellow nursing a blistered finger culture, a study: which based upon :
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this week from trying to stop a the history of drainage in the Ever- :;::;f': :;:

tarpon by grabbing the line lie's glades, will make determinations as .:..:. <, ARVd .:...t.t .
lucky that ho still has the finl er. to the value of present methods of Afi

irrigation and drainage with recommendations -

::, Charley Miner springs all the for water control procedure i

\": school affairs on us in one week. desirable for various typesof i Glades Power and light Co.

', That we're to have a band in land and crops. d

: school, that both the elementary and Aerial photographs of the entire : :
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open on September 16 that teachers These. photographs will form the .'t'..t. .t .t.
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Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Ezelle and Mr. and Mrs. F. Deane Duff MRS. EZELLE HOSTESS AT Wilson., Guest prizes of hose were
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Emma Jane spent Saturday after- and C, E.., Miner attended a dinner UNIQUE BRIDGE PARTY given to Mrs. Ward Oliphant Miss

noon in West Palm Beach. given by the Hendry County Anita Joeckel and Mrs. Gertrude

, r Personals j jc. Chamber of Commerce in LaBelle Mrs. J.W. Ezelle entertained at Hobbs. '

Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Richaud, Miss Monday evening.Mr. her home Wednesday afternoon xx Others attending were Mrs.' F.

Gladys Richaud and Miss Leah with a bridge party honoring her Deane Duff, Mrs. W H. Lanier

Richaud are spending a two weeks' and Mrs. F. E. Hollingsworth, neice, Mrs. Gertrude Hobbs of Mrs. M. W. Bigg, Mrs. O. A. Jones,

E. Miner and R. H. Knight vacation in Detroit, Mich. daughter Louise and son Frank returned Lumpkin, Ga., who is her '''guest. Mrs. E. L. Stewart, 'Mrs. Jay W.

spent the week-end in Miami. Monday from a ten day It was a unique and delightful Moran, Mrs. E. C. Mills, Mrs. H.

Mrs. Edward Bronson and chil- vacation to Macon and Valdosta, 'party theme on a world tour \dea. R. Hall, Mrs. M. M. Prewitt, Mrs.

Mr. and Mrs. Willard F. Simpson dren, Larry and Sylvia of Stuartare Ga. A sign over the door greeted the W. C. Prewitt, Mrs. J. E. Beardsley,

visiting Mrs. Julian Dickson guests: "S. S. Everglades" and Mrs.. S. L. Crochet, Mrs. WillardF.

! ,spent the week-end at Jupiter.J. and Mrs. Blanche Bronson. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Hutto of each table of bridge represented a Simpson, Mrs. W. C. Owen, Mrs.,

Cross City announce the arrival ota visit to one of the continents. On R. Y. Patterson and Mrs. Otto
H. McCre/3 has returned from children Andre Larsen. '
Julian Bussel and ,
table of rulesto
ten-pound baby boy born July each was typed a set
;/;;}1:. a vacation trip to points in Georgia.Mr. and Jacqueline left last Thursdayto 8 at Madison Memorial Hospital.Mrs. "be used on the 'tour' of that

, ';" ":J,,' spend a three weeks'vacation at Hutto was formerly Elsie continent. These rules caused some THE CLEWISTON COMMUNITYCHURCH

/';': ',t'f--. and Mrs. Wallace 'Arey were Chester, Ga. Lammons of Clewiston rather interesting and humorous '

,; ':":::;:' visitors in Okeechobec Sunday. developments.High :
<: \:-.: Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Roberts KENT PENDLETON
Mrs. R. C. Wilson, took Mrs. score prize was won by Minister

,' '.;.,..:.,:,.-.. .." Mr.'. and Mrs. E. E. Kelly spent. and daughter, Mary Elizabeth, left Ward Oliphant and Miss Jean Mrs. F. Deane Duff, second high The Bible School meets at 9:45a.
.t Saturday to spend their vacation by Mrs. W. F. Simpson and a prize m. B. C. Flaniken' is superintendent. -
:: < ( several days this week in Tampa. Oliphant to West Palm Beach Wed- :
: Tennessee.Mr. '
: ill for the 'best' .
, ,. : passport. snapshot
nesday to take a train back to
'. :; Mrs. T. B. Shelley of Miami is their home in Marietta, Ga., aftera went to Mrs. R. Y. Patterson. These The worship hour will be from
',', and Mrs. Charles Samuelson Mrs. prizes were all pieces of Italian 11:00 to 12:00 a. m.
f.. ;\, spending this week in Clewiston. the visit with Mr. and Wilson.
Harbor
'of were
> ', :' !:: -:- Safety pottery. Guest prizes .were also The choir director is J. E. Beards-
: ) B.
':" :J guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. given Mrs. Hobbs, Mrs. T. F. ley and the pianist is Mrs. J. H.
: :
,,. Mrs Ruth B. Owens spent two Thomas last week.G. Mr. and Mrs. V. L. Springer, Murrayand Miss Edna Moorman. Doty. '

;;: .<..'t.. days this 'week in Okeechobee.Mr. Miss Betsy ''Springer and ,Irs. Others playing were Mrs. G., T. The sermon theme will be: "The
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Roberts drove to Chattanooga, Tenn.
f ",'"- -'. W.' Herbertson Jacksonville I Augur, Mrs. J. F. Curry, Mrs.. B. C. I Great Protest".
, : :'. .- and Mrs H. H. Turner were is visiting this week with his last Thursday. -Miss Springer left .Flaniken, Mrs. E. L. Stewart, Mrs. The C. E. Society will meet Monday
I
,';.' R visitors in West Palm Beach Wed- brother, D. W. Hei'bertson and Mrs. I from there for Oklahoma for a I S. L. Crochet, Mrs; C. E\ Nail, Mrs.T. at 7:30 p. m. Lee Pridgen :is
" visit with her grandparents.Mrs. .
.:'.":. nesday. Herbertson.Mr. B. Shelley, Mrs. M. M. Prewitt, the president and Barbara Morrisonis
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' :'.(.,.._... ,. Mrs. W. C. Owen, Mrs. Ralph M. tiles'' program leader
and Mrs Jimmy Wilson, Mr. B. M. Hatch and Miss Doris Bishop and Mrs. E. E. Kelly.
..' '. ., Mr. and Mrs. George Turner of
. and Mrs. Ken Swayne and Miss Hatch expect to leave within the
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Avon Park are the guests this week Jessie Malloy were fishing in the (next few days for Baltimore where MRS. DOWNS ENTERTAINS WITH Is Your Subscription Paid?
I of Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Turner. ,
" ..J'. Gulf off Fort Myers Sunday.Mr. I I they will join Mr. ,Hatch, recently BRIDGE LUNCHEON! FRIDAY _

<. transferred by the U. S. Engineersfrom

. :.' _\ '. C. S. White, postal inspector of I and Mrs. J. J.' Graham and the Clewiston sub-office to Mrs. C. L. Downs was hostess to FOR SALE-Good used Howard

':, : .. Bartow, was visiting the local office Miss Edith, Florence and Sally the Baltimore office an attractive bridge luncheon at
Piano. Excellent terms. Box 6366.
.' .: \ ', Wednesday.. Graham visited in Pahokee Sunday the Inn on Friday of last week. .
. : -'" with Mrs. W. H. Johnson, Clewiston. / 2t. pd.
Mr. and Mrs. Letha Dell and Miss Evelyn High score prize, was awardedto .

'.--:: H. C. Kolstad and Kim were -' Lair of .Tampa, district supervisorand Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, a pair of

< 'i' 'visitors in West Palm Beach Satur- Mr.and Mis. I. M. Graham of assistant of the Professionaland crystal hurricane shades and second
. : J. M.COUSE
,,.: ',' day. Daytona Beach are here this week Service division of WPA were high, a chop plate, to Mrs. R. ,C.

" '. ..; ..J visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Graham here on business Tuesday. Hendry Counselor and Attorney at Law

. -'" Mrs. Foy Durrence has returned and family. county is now located in the Tampa Hopkins Building

";:' ,-'. from a five-weeks' vacation. spent. WPA division. FOR QUICK SALE-One' Axminister, Wednesdays and Saturdays

: ,': in New York., Mrs. Allene Suddeth, Miss Louise 9x12 rug; 6J/fc cu. ft., Norge 0SO to 4:00

>\ > .' Johnson and Herschel House of Misses Betty, Stough, Marilyn Refrigerator procelain finish; 4-I

'' ,J 'Mrs. C.' L. Downs, Mrs. Gertrude Sarasota are the guests this ''weekof Davis, Shirley Kruger and Doris burner Magic Chef gas range; 5 Glasses Scientifically Broken Lenses'

:' Hobbs and Harry Biers spent the Mr. and Mrs. C. 'L. Downs. Simmons left Wednesday for Miami room heater; roll top desk and Fitted- and Repaired Duplicated

. ..: .1' week- nd at Miami Beach. where they, will attend a girls ,camp chair;. ten window shades.-Mrs. DR. F. D. GUDBAUR

," ..<,; Miss Audrey: McLaughlin, 'Bob for Girls' Auxiliary members. Betty B. M. Hatch, Government' Reserva-. Optometrist

. ..... ,'f, Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Ward and Beardsley, George Bigg and Bob will remain in Miami for a month's tion, House No. 4. I'lionc IDS C Collier Arcade '
', ., Patterson visited friends in Moore visit with relatives. Mrs. Arch Fort Myers, Florida
': Miss Grace Ward Miami visi-
;; ,J .) were Successor to K.. H. Oakley
Haven Thursday afternoon Hodges and Mrs. C. W. Simmons
': : :{. tors ,Sunday.Mr. .
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.L-.,. : took them to Miami.
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Miss Hazel Prince and Miss Beth Johnson's Fish
:, and :Mrs. Carl Johnson spent CampNear MECHANICAL, STRUCTURAL
I Nall and Fred Flanders and C. D. Mrs. T. F. Murray and children
: the week-end at his former home in ARCHITECTURAL DESIGNS
:.. Sarasota. Page of Moore, Haven spent' Sundayat Polly and Tommy of, New Orleans, ( Hurricane Gate)

Fort Myers ,Beach. Miss Claudette Sconyers' of Dublin, Clewiston, Fla.: Maps Estimates.
. l'' Ga., and ,Robert Pollard of Jack- JOHN II. DOTY
Miss Edna Moorman of Macon, Boats and 1\Iotors-Guide Service
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. E. Lear left sonville were the week-end guestsof Consultant
; ;Ga.,' is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Rates ReasonableW. Engineering :
Mr. Mrs. .
and
Wednesday to spend two weeks George T. Augur. "
.,.',..i( '.. E. iL. Stewart, vacation on the Ocean near West Mrs. Murray, a sister of Mrs. H. Johnson, Mgr Hopkins 'Bldg. Clewiston, 'Fla.IMNNNNNNN .

Palm Beach. Augur's and the children remainedfor
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:: : A. W. Lawrence attended a
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a visit of several weeks.C. .
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c .;,:' Masonic meeting in Moore Haven
.- '-.. '. Thursday night. Mrs. R. P. Wainwright and :NNNIIM:...:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:...:..:..:..:..:.
'. Mitchell and Miss, Beth Nail spent E. Taylor of Fort Meade wasa ?
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: he week-end in Moore Haven with visitor here one day this week. .
,Miss Anita Jaeckel of. West Palm ::
. \ '_ Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Nail. He had made a' trip around a :: .
Beach is the guest this week of
greater part of the lake during the ::: DEFENSE :
- S Mr. and Mrs. 'Jay W. Moran.
Charles Benson returned over day and stated that despite the b Y

the week-end from a week's vacation fact that he 'had been a residentof y ti:
t, Mis. Jerry Cato and daughter of .. y
spent in Palatka Jacksonvilleand South Florida for
,
many 'years
',:,: Miami are here this week visiting ::
:: Activities already increasing prices !
did
" .' Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Simmons.. Tampa. not realize that there was any are .
soil in the state so fertile as that .;. :i:'
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.- : ', Martin Timberlake, who has been (of the Everglades. ::: .. 1
;: ', Mr. and Mrs.r. D. King 'and I
;' ". < ":' Mrs. Harry; Sallinger are spending employed. for several months at + ,' .4':'\!: ,:" of materials' for building.YOU'LL :::
he Franklin Arms Hotel in Fort : '
..,'. -:: several. days this week in Miami. Myers has returned to the Inn as CornetteHavenThe :!: .. : ",, i *
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<:_ .: j Miss Mary Moore, Miss Mary clerk. :: SAVE PLENTY BY \ :!:
: marriage of Miss Madeline
>, Markette and Mrs. W. L. Brown '
" r. ;, :' spent the week-end in Ocala. Miss Frances Morgan, accompanied Haven, daughter of Mr., and Mrs. .;. ::: .-
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.,.. r by her mother Mrs. A. L. Jonah Haven of South to .
Bay
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..:.. ,;.. :: STARTING YOUR HOME NOW :: ;'r
Morgan of Moore Haven visi- .
were
Eugene
Cornette of Clewiston
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was .
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: :,: ::; Mrs. H. H. Turner is spending :
,tors in West Palm Beach Wednes- solemnized in South ..
." \ :. '' Sunday night : t tJ.
this 'week at Fort Myers Beach 'with ': .
day. Bay, District President Delmore : .
-..: :< i .s friends. Arnell of Atlanta, officiating. They '' "' '' :.:' ::
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. Mr. and Mrs. Jay W. Moran, Miss were attended Miss I : : ... .. ,
Virginia ,
by '
': D. G. Alston has returned from : <
:
n''. a vacation trip to Cheyenne Wyom- I Anita Jaeckel and R. L. Coker Anderson as bridesmaid and Elder *! ,.. : : J. E. Beardsley, < -. :i:

',. made a trip Sunday to Fort Myers Kenneth Foote as best man. .' '.' '.' .:.
other in the :
, ';!L : ing and points west.
'.1. Beach through the Cross-state The bride is a graduate of Pa- :: ," : :;:
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'": waterway in Mr. Moran's cruiser. hokee High School with the class ..
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: Mrs. :
' :: Mr. and G. E. Crews have .' .
of 1940 : '.
' and is an active memberof .. '
'.' returned from a vacation visit to ,
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ART LAWRENCE 'i'
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cothern and !. JIM BEARDSLEY
:' ',: <:,. Jefferson City, Mo.. the Church of Latter Day Saintsof .'. ':'
'' '' .. .' i' daughters Doris and Janis left last' South Bay. j MILDRED DURST ::
:,;. :: :!: BETTY SPICER ;
Friday to spend their vacation in Mr. Cornette
is in the employ
Miss Letha Kelly spent the week- ...
a tour of points of interest in the of the U. S. government. They will : '
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I S 5, Mrs.end in Hampton Okeechobee Conerly.;with Mr. and I state. i i I make their _home, in Clewiston. I :.!:N:N:N:N:N.N.11.N:1.:N.N.N.M.N.11.N..N.N. ...!.N.N.1...N.N......N..N..N.N..H...1......11..N.N..N..N.1...N..11.N.N.N.N..N.....N..N..H.N..N..N_.j

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Mrs. Don Carlisle of Canal Point
is visiting Miss Hortense Collins Mllllllllllllllllllllllllillilillmllllllllllllllmlllllllll II i I i i i N I lllllllill1lllllIlllllIllllllllIlIl/lllllIlllillllllllll1I I ii !/i it N I! II!111I1111I1II1111II111I1111II1II111""llIIlIllllIIlIIlmllllJ II NI I[ I "" Ifl till lIllIIllIllIIlIlIlIIIJIIIII III I li! Ili IWlllllllllljlllllIIlIIlIIml I ii i

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Miss Virginia Jordan has returned Of a meal on Sunday evening during the (

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: : ing at points in Pennslyvania. :: Try one of our ,M "FLORIDA SPECIAL': '


Lt. J. A. Smedyle of Savannah, OLD) TUI n:EY DINNERS
Ga., was a visitor there for a few Eat =

days this week. WASHER-


Mrs. Ralph Bishop and son are ==== === 1 BY r

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in Memphis, Tenn. >== 75 I ) C oLI AWS-13P .-

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; Ward Oliphant and Miss Jean '
Served
. '. Oliphant spent Sunday in Miami. from 6:30 to 8:00 p. m." = Demonstration Call

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Anita Jaeckel were in Miami Wed- U CLEWISTON INN ,

.'nesday to meet Miss Clyde Me, Phone 104
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j ,Callum of Jacksonville who will

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All Could Not Be Peace


two keys to a cabin And Quiet at That Gallery"If ,r


you want to spend a quiet
LIDA LARRIMOREO hour," said the solicitous nativeto
I BY J
I I the visitor, "there is no better
MACRAE SMITH CO. WNU SERVICE '
place than our art gallery. You
CHAPTER XIContinued16 feel that way every time Nat's suit rose and fell with her quickened will be well repaid."

steams into port," she said breathing. "I'm trying to be "Just a minute," replied the
John stood looking at a postcardfrom and went out and closed the practical. You make very diffi stranger. "I've been reading about
Dr. Sargeant. A crescent cult. Am I to stay here at the it in the guide book. It says that

moon reflected itself in dark blue, hotel?" the visitor, on entering, is struck
water. A round white tower, a light- laid down the menu card "Certainly not." His expressionwas by a statue of Hercules. Then he

house, perhaps, rose against a star- the waiter moved away. He offended. is stunned by the splendor of the
strewn skyA slim red boat witha diffidently across the nar- "But I don't mind. Now that 1 great staircase. A picture in one

half-furled sail lay at anchor table at Gay. know you're glad I came, I'm sure room is full of punch, while far-
against a strip of land where dark straw hat," he said. "You've I'll become attached to the fleur- ther on one is crushed by the over-
trees grew. *Constantinople-Phen- several leaves off the calen- de-lis and the raspberry-sherbet whelming,magnificence of another

Bagtche. The lettering conveyed This afternoon I was sure we counterpane." painting. Finally, brilliant colors
nothing to his mind, but the boat in for a blizzard." I "You're to stay at 'Dr. Sargeant's run riot everywhere. No, sir, if I
reminded him of the red canoe at you like it?" Her smile tonight. Mary sends you the invita want a, quiet hour I'll take a box .
the lake. He stood thinking of the constrained. tion." ing lesson!"

cabin, of GayA more polite than you were. "Mary?"
voice addressed him. He turnedto nice. Looks like a halo. Have "Dr. Sargeant's daughter, Mary
see Abbie descending the stairs, had a pleasant winter?" Adams, mother of Skippy and Rear. '\ "'/: fiRST CHOICE OF MILLIONS.

walking heavily, her hand sliding pleasant, thank you. I got Admiral Byrd." :::=: st THEIR FIRST THOUGHT FOR

along the rail, her white apron weary of palm' trees and Her eyes widened. "John! Are ::::::: COlDS DISCOMFORTS.
cracking with starch, her round suits, though. wanted to you delirious?" J"\\.xvST.JOSEPH ASPIRIN

high-colored face wreathed in an snow." "I think I am, a little. I can't
amiable smile. that why you came?" get used to having you here. I was
"Hello, ,Abbie," John said. Abbie variety- You look-" Her referring, however, to Mary's older For the People
had lived with the Sargeants for dropped from his face to the son, Nat. He was being Admiral For the administration of the

years. She was more a member of She constructed a wigwam : Byrd this afternoon in the swing. government, like the office of a s

the family than a servant, as Hul- ; a knife, a fork, two spoons.. They're nice kids. I think you'll trustee, must be conducted for the if'
dah was'in his mother's home. you working hard?" like Mary." benefit of those entrusted to one's

"You in for good?" she asked, haven't forgiven me, have The headwaiter, patrolling, halted care not of those to whom it is

halting at the newel post. His voice softened. He bent beside the table."Everything entrusted.Cicero.AVEGETABLE.

"I hope so." her across the table. "I satisfactory, sir?" he

"I'll have supper on in half an !: asked, addressing John, but with his
hour. You sure your ears aren't eyes sliding toward Gay. '
frost-bitten?" she asked with kindly "Yes thank "
John said
you,
concern.. curtly. LaxativeFor
in where it's ,
"It's just coming. "The steak is broiled as you likeit Headache
that makes them red. ,
warm "
? The headwaiter's suave, discreetly f Biliousness
"I'd advise you to rub snow on interested glance was for t11TCBC r,
Abbie said. "It's heathenish i and Dizziness
'em, a
"Not too
Gay. rare or- too well
life a doctor's called on to live. i I I I done?"' \vhencausedb7

I don't know why, at your age, "It's very nice, thank you." w Ili Constipation.,
you're so set on it. Give me the The headwaiter strolled off. John i 15 doses for
word if called out so's I can '
you're ,
scowled, then grinned. as only 10 cents.
... set something in the oven. "You see," he said. "That never
The office was shadowy with dusk.
happened to me. The deskclerktold
John switched on a light and drop'pedinto ,him who you are." I
the chair at the Doctor's desk. I
i p "Oh, nonsense. You attach too
Dr. Sargeant would have known
much importance to name. No-
how to handle that whining creature my
body in Maine ever heard of me."
he'd called on this afternoon, he
He "I don't believe it. Well, if that's True Peace ti'
thought, lighting a "cigarette. I
himself, had been unable to sympa- : I true, it's the way you look. They Peace is what all desire; but all .

thize with the woman who had ,, think you're a movie" star. That do not care for the things that pertain -,
poured into his somewhat embar- I golden-brown tan"Don't unto true Peace.-Thomas a
you like it? I worked awfully Kempis.
rassed ears a stream of selfpityand
His hard to,get it. Maybe I could
imagined symptoms. examination -
had checked with noteson have myself bleached."

the case he had found in the "Don't you dare," he said. "I

Doctor's, files.. Physically, she was love it. You're" freckles scarcely v .
as sound as 'a nut. His sympathyhad show at all.

been all for her husband, poor She made a laughing grimace. i.iii: :
wretch.No "Not that I objectto the freckles," "CapBrusK"Applicatornukes'BLACK
he said. His voice softened. His JUST A LEAF 40GO "
,E
definitely he hadn't a bed- MUCH FARTHER
DASH IN FEATHERS.,
her
dark regarding the
across
eyes,
side manner. John pulled the desk u
table were bright but tenderly
,
memorandum toward him. There
would be glad when this pe- grave. "I love everything about
were fewer notations than usual '
of marking time has passed. you. You're a little breathtakinguntil
written in the clear handwriting of
I used ,to I think I
get
Miss Sprague, Dr.,Sargeant's secre- smiling."I blame you. It was dreary not you. Each Inevitable
tary and office nurse. One nota- met at the station. I can't remember, but each time you're "a Each of us inevitable; each of
shock. You have beautiful bones.
tion was made in writing quite different you how sorry I am. What did us limitless-each of us with his
from Miss Sprague's. It asked do all afternoon?" "Can't you forget" your professionfor or her right: upon the earth'Whitman. -
half an hour?
him to call the Congress Square Ho- in my room. It has .
"Good Lord! ,No,4I can't. He
tel, Room 201. No name was ap draperies and counterpane
glanced at his wat h.uWe mustgo.
pended. A guest, perhaps, who re- color of melted raspberry sher- Office hours." He halted in the
quired the services of, doctor. He There are twenty-fleur-de-lis, WINGS OF COOLNESS fOR J tHEAT.
process of pulling back his chair. TIRED FEET THAT HURT WITH (
should make the call. In few darker .
a running
.gray on gray, "But you haven't eaten anything-" 7 DUST OK FAMOUS \
minutes when he'd gotten warm and in the carpet from the ( MEXICAN HEAT POW1>ER.
"Neither have The head-
had finished his cigaretteHe t to the door." you.
will think the steak
waiter too
would be glad when this pe- that all you could find to was
done too And all
riod of marking time had passed you?" His laugh was reluc- well or rare. Destroying Monster
French fried ? '
:', and he could go on with the work these lovely potatoes War is a monster which will destroy -
' he enjoyed. John tilted back in his no." Her voice was light and "I've got to go, Gay." He signaledthe us unless we' destroy it.-'

I. chair and propped his feet on the "I read the telephone direc- waiter. "You stay and finish Bryce.TO .
; desk. He would never be happy in and the Bible. The Psalms and "come up to ,Dr. Sargeant's inla

. a practice. He liked the stark facts rather wonderful. I think I cab. '
', of science, unconfused by human have liked ,to know Da "I will not." Her voice was in- CHECK it Ii'F \.

: contacts, the crystal hardness of Is he the same David that dignant. "I didn't come all the way

truth that could be checked and Goliath? I wanted to ask you. to Portland, Maine" to eat French \ IN 7DAYS

proved. He had thought that he sure that your Biblical training fried 'pot toes. gal

i,. might experiment a little on theY more sound than mine." (TO BE CONTINUED) # :666

;" side. Perhaps he could when he had look at me." I

'' become more accustomed to the lifted her eyes. A half-smile Battleships Using AtomsIs

w.... routine of office hours and calls. across her lips. Scientific Forecast >- LIQUID OR TABLETS
; : For the present he was ,too tired had a miserable afternoon,
;/' when his long day had ended to do you? Alone and thinking- Operation of battleships by atomic Gift ReceivedA

.;' anything more exacting than read did you think?" energy was intimated, as a future gift in the hand is better than
r for a little or talk to Mary Adams spent most of the time wishing possibility by Dr. Arthur H. Compton two promises.
1' before he went'early to bed. my impulsive nature had been of the University of Chicago,

The crescent moon and the red rigidly disciplined in early 1927 Nobel Prize winner, during a
boat on the postcard the Doctor had ." discussion with Dr. E. O. Lawrence,
sent recalled the cabin again. He I glad it wasn't." Nobel Prize winner and inventor ol

should have had a letter from Gay. you?" The half-smile faded. the atom-smashing cyclotron.

She had been in Florida when last you remember the night I "The progress being !made in the

he bad heard from her. It was New York you told me that smashing of atoms by the cyclotron, Help Them Cleanse the Bloodof
impossible for him to imagine the come to see me some Wednes- and which thereby releases the en- Harmful Body Waste

x, life she lived there. As always, afternoon ergy in them, is of more importanceto Your kidneys are constantly filtering
when his mind'dwelled upon the dissimilarity nodded. the world today than the war in waste matter from the blood stream.But

of their separate environ- Tuesday night since then Europe," Dr. Compton declared. kidneys act as sometimes Nature intended lag in their-fafl workdonot to remove -

ments, a chill of apprehension set- thought, 'Tomorrow is Wednes- "The energy in the atoms is that impurities that, if retained may
tled about his heart. He comforted Maybe Gay will come.' used in the sun and stars. It is poison body machinery.the system and upset the whole

himself by recalling the night she is Tuesday. I couldn't hundreds and millions times greater Symptoms may be nagging backache,
,
dizziness
headache,attacks of ::
had seen him off at the station in until tomorrow." than all the rest of the fuel now getting persistent up nights, swelling, puffiness

New York. But a great many Wednesdays broke into soft laughter, free available in' the world. under the eyes-a feeling and of strength.nervous
and loss of
anxiety pep
had passed since then and constraint. The waiter placed "Already the science of releasing Other signs of kidney or bladder disorder -
she pad not come. before them, hovered solici- this atomic energy has advanced to are sometimes burning, scanty or

The memories of her which he such a state that one of the greatest too There frequent should urination.be no doubt that prompt

liked best to recall went back to the will be all," John said in worries of scientists at present is treatment,,'. Pills.is Doan'g wiser than have been neglect.winningnew Use
time they had spent at the cabin. dismissal. "The effect you what to do with it, once it finally Doa friends for more than forty years.
; He found himself skipping over thevisit on waiters and taxi-drivers and becomes available." They have a nation-wide reputation.Are people the.
recommended by grateful
M to New York. There I Dr. Compton pointed out that one
; was, he he continued to Gay country over. Ask your neighbor!
'' thought, deliberation beneath that. the man who hadserved, them of the greatest elements to be con-
Tai' apparently subconscious evasion. stationed himself at a discreet sidered in the release of atomic en-

;, When he recalled the visit to New against the wall beside a ergy is that there can never be any
York, incidents presented them- of potted palms. "I've been corner on atoms, such as can be
selves which demanded clear and pretty often and no waiter brought about on coal and oil, but

5' logical thought. It was more pleas- I hovered over me like a setting- that there can be a corner on the WNU-7 30-40
ant to feel about Gay than to think. over an egg." understanding necessary to use their

Now, while she was so far away I hate you!" She laughed. power. JIDm l\\fGm:

' from, him, when anything might be are you going to do with On this point, he declared, the The is the advertising .
buyer's assurance
happening, it was disturbing to United States has the greatest ,
think. you again as soon as I get chance of obtaining such a corner, he or she reads in the newspaper.the
He should begin again the experi- ." for the work necessary to arrive at That Is the buyer's guide. It tells

ment he had abandoned at the cab- eyes softened and shone. The this knowledge is now being accomplished prices one must expect to pay. Let the'
in. If he could become interestedin frills on her blouse ruffling out in this country. It also i* seller who tries to charge more beware!

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Never use water that has been To prevent cauliflower from
boiled before or has been standing turning dark while cooking, put a
in the kettle to make tea. Draw slice of lemon in the water in
I' fresh cold water and let it boil for which it is cooked.
01 j Events in the Lives of Little Men I D the first 'time. Water that has *
boiled before tastes flat, becausethe If you have over-salted the soup
air has gone out of it. peel a potato and put several slices
into the soup. Boil it for a few
: A layer or two of blotting paper minutes and the potato will ab-
put over grease spots on the wall, sorb'the salt. .
and a' warm iron laid on top of + *
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marks. by wrapping it in heavy paper or
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whole changes in weight from 'All.your renown-is like the sum-
minute to minute. mer flower that blooms and dies;

C. On some festive occasions in because the sunny glow which
brings it forth,
soon with
slays
Sing Sing prison, such'as the annual -
Christmas show, the inmates parching, powerDante.
who participate are allowed to
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000 invested in that country and man can produce great
controls nearly 2,000 of its compa- things who is not thoroughly sin-
nies, half of which are manufac-. cere in dealing with himself.
turing plants.-Collier's. Lowell.
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EFA Boys To ,Attend A third' contract for the long elude an exhaustive study of Lake renew the. establishment of the gation.
,
spillway north of the lock struc-

New York World's Fair ture will be let probably as soon asthe' drainage Okeechobee area and, and its It water will determinethe shed or Everglades National Park. A trained ; The War Department, througitbe :

lock structure Is ready for oper- amount that may be expected biologist and his assistants will District Engineer at Jackson-

ation. This will permit the lock to from Lake Okeechobee at all seasons devote their time to making wild ville, is cooperating In the Investigation "
Sixteen members of the Pahokee be used as a. spillway while the I life studies in the area and to
of the year far all purposes. by making available data
Future Farmers Association chapter regular spillway "is under construc- correlating land use and water
con- compiled in previous studies by the
The will
Geological Survey
study
headed 'by the chapter president, tion. the servation developments with wild Corps of Engineers on flood control
Dan Beardsley, expect to leave subsurface waters, Including life benefits and requirements. The and water level regulations
their movement par-
August .first on a trip to the New source, through National Park Service '
Future Of Land and the In- ticularly the '
as. data applies to the
porous strata, deep. percolation,,
York World's Fair.A dian Office will each contribute Lake Okeechobee
losses, quality, quantity and the I area.
truck is being furnished the valuable information
to the Investi-,
:(Continued Next Week)
boys; by B. Elliott, Pahokee Ford Continued from Page 4)'' sustained yield for industrial, 1
dealer and the Gulf agent is domestic and agricultural purposes.A ----
be within
areas may doubled a few N'OTICLNotice
furnishing fuel and oil. Cots have : particular research will be madeas
creates the
years necessity for an '
been borrowed from the Clewiston exhaustive of the to the extent'and velocity, of salt i id hereby given that the following described
study water resources lands or so much
Scouts In it becomes water intrusions. For this determin- thereof as will be' necessary to pay the amount due for
Boy case neces- I taxes herein set
of the entire region. ation the chemical analyses of opposite to the same, together with the costs of such sale' and
a
sary to camp out. It is already Indicated that. the will be sold at public auction on the fifth day of August 1940 advertising
Plans are to visit other FFA large number of samples of surface at- twelve o'clock noon, at the City Hall of the City of Clewiston, beginning Florida :
City of Miami alone
chapters route to New York, i may; require and subsurface waters will be mid R. Y. PATTERSON,
en
during the height of the 1940-41 Tax Collector, City of Clewiston
spend two days. at the fair and tourist in order to arrive at reasonably
make a trip through the Ohio valley season as much as 65- accurate' conclusions. Space here Description. Amount of
000,000 gallons per day with a pro- Owner 1"-
before returning home. does pot permit 'a listing of the of Land Taxes and
portionate increase for other
areas Costs
details ramification
of the of research -
to the north, including Fort Lauder-
Ordinance Planned dale necessary to complete this. Lot 6, Block 139-Alice G. Rothrock .--._-.,.-..-?_-.__-_::_.___.._...___.._. '
the Palm Beaches. $ 6.00
and Not Lot 11, Block 201-Alice .... .._ __. >
part of the Investigation. G. Rothrock '-'-' --- _.__....._....__._. 5.05
only can it be expected that the Lot. 34. Block: 208-Carl O. Hare --..---- --. _..._._..___.:__...:... .._. 4.10
tourists will in Needless to say, the Biological: Lot 29, Block 351-Alice G. Rothrock -;-,-_....._____._::-._-_---_-_:- 5.05
come
(Continued from Page 1) increasing Survey of the Department of the Lot 5, Block, 358-David R. Larsen _.-.-. _..._._.:.._____.._._.._.___.._ "4.10
numbers but that due to the war Lot 34, Block 358-T. E. Markette '....---._..________.___.____..._ 5.05
two hours and in that time the defense program and other economic Interior is interested in and concerned Lot 16. Block 360-H. E. Walker .....-_........_...___..:...-.-:.__.__..:...._ 2.20
owner may redeem him by paying with the wild life aspectof Lot 17, Block 360-H. E. Walker -_._._._.__ __._....._.. __ ._ 2.20
features the permanent population Lot 4, Block 361-Clewiston Motor Co. -__..:.._._...::.:.._._..__-_- .._ :.....__ 4.10
the license fee and 25c for. each may. be largely increased. land use and water conservationin Lots 13. 14, Block 377-R. C. Nowling. ----.______- :.. :_____-._. 38.30
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day the dog is impounded. At the the Everglades area. Efforts Lot 17, Block 377-R, C. Nowlinff ._._._.__..._._._._. -.-:= --___.._? 2.20
The U. Geological Survey of have been to establish Lot 14, Block 409-Gene- 'Bailey -.._.__.........._._.._"_- __-_-......._...._._.._ 6.00
fend of seventy-two hours the dog the Department of the Interior has made wildlife + Lot 8, Block .495-J. \V. ;Daughtry .__..-_._....._,_.....__.:-_._.___._ 9.80
will be painlessly destroyed.: its technicians refuges and these will be intensified Lot 22, Block 383-D. R. McEachron -..-.-.._____.__.__...:..__. __..__._._ 4.89! .
i Any female dog caught during the problem. This already Bureau,at work'has tho on when efforts are. made to Lot Gt. July 23, Block 5-12-19-26 383-D., Aug.R.2.McEachron 1940. .._---........- ....-___.___..____-.__...__.w.?. ".8!) y

season would be segregated from
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responsibility of conducting the sur-
male dogs and held for the
seventy- face and ground water f 2y .,
two hour period. ,The redemption tions. Research'work invcstiga-I, ;:
fee in this case is $5.00 and 25c the I
construction of experimental
for" each day impounded. ground water wells and the opera- I
Failure to comply with the pro- tion and maintenance of tf_
visions of the ordinance will subject -
gauging stations
and such
the owner to a fine of not stream'I I ;
meteorological, and .. ... ..
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more than ten dollars. W .::: :.. \tlo.\\\: : ..t:6: .:>> :: .d. ...,
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New Contract To Be The work of the Geological Sur- ;... 1
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Let On St. Lucie Lock on which will be based much cf

the land utilization and water conservation -
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studies of the Soil Conser-
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A contract will be awarded the vation Service and will have a direct

first of August by the United. States relation to. the. work to be establish I

Engineers for the electrical oper- ed by the Bureau of Agricultural *'
ating equipment for the new St. Economics.

Lucie Locks near Stuart. Research of the Survey will make

Construction on the locks is now available detailed information on

about 75 per cent complete and the surface waters, their sources, move- \..

new contract now will permit the ment) quality quantity available,

operating equipment to be install'ed losses through evaporationand the

and ready' for use by the time quantity used for various public

the lock is ready for operation. and domestic purposes. It will i11UBCi'R -

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