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

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Drivers' Licenses Here Water Is BegunBecause


State driver's licenses for the 'of excessively heavy rain- ,

AT SUGAR HOUSEThe new year, which must be obtainedby ADVERTISED FOR BIDSThe fall about the lake and through the I NEW BUSINESS HOUSEE.

all motorists prior to October 1 Kissimmee River watershed which

will be on sale in Clewiston at the has caused a steady and rapid rise*

Hendry County Motors with Mrs. in the level of Lake Okeechobee,
installation of a new mill State Road has M.
Department Cornette
Lillian Hooks in charge of the sale. the U. S. Engineers on Tuesday manager of the
at the house to increase the
sugar The cost of private license is advertised for bids, which will be ordered the Moore Haven lock Hendry County Motors, announced
number in tandem to seven is almost this week that '
fifty cents. and for chauffeurs' and opened at the office of the Department gates opened for a full discharge construction of a new

completed and according to truck drivers the cost is $1.00. Mrs. in Tallahassee on September of 2,000 second feet through the I addition to their present building as
the sugar house superintendent, H. i well as a separate
building further
Caloosahatchee Canal. The St.
; Hooks will charge an additional
10 for five and two tenths miles
J. B. Scharnberg, the grinding capa- west would be started
within the
twenty-five cent fee for each license locks were to have been opened
'of pavement on Road 161 south of
city of the sugar house will be increased next two weeks the latter to be usedas
issued here. yesterday.
not less than five per cent. .LaBelle in Hendry county. a sales office for the
County sales are in charge of thecounty.judge's Carawan Nelson, senior engineerin Hydraulic
The new mill is known as the office but because of The work will be known as State' Clewiston Tractor Sales, a new business just
charge .of the engineer
Farrel-Scharnberg, the latter part of Project 5002 and will consist of getting underway.Mr. .
the distance !from Clewiston to La- sub-office stated'that the lake levelon
the name for the sugar house super- Belle it is' felt that the majorityof surfacing the road from a point Wednesday was 15.7 and thatit Cornette will be manager of
intendent who has developed a
the local motorists will be gladto seven miles south of LaBelle whichis was the intention of the engin- the new tractor company and .
number of patents to make this new
the pay the twenty-five cent fee already, paved to a point approxi eers to reduce the level to 15.5 and I Charles Bolton, who has been
mill, of completely new design,
mill rather than drive to LaBelle for mately 12.2 miles south of La-, try to hold it at that point until service manager of the Hendry
in de-
,' biggest improvement the license. The regular fee received Belle and the construction of seven after the hurricane season. County Motors for the past year
sign in a quarter century.: Becauseof
by the county judge is only bridges of concrete deck on treated All will be sales manager. Others who
drainage'canals around the
the improvements incorporatedit
five cents which is not enough to timber piling. The total length of are associated with Mr. Cornettein
is free-floating, uses less power lake, Mr. Nelson said, are now
bridges Is 213.5 feet and of the the business
pay for the trouble of handling the were not named.
and the cost of operation is minim- project 5.226 miles. emptying into the lake.
applications. The
newNsales building will be

ized.The mill is being placed in the The customary certified check for of concrete block and stucco con-

grinding. tandem just in front of the Prof. Sturchio Will $3,000 made payable to the chair Heavy Rains ContinueIn struction with the same type steel-

crusher to replace a carrier which man of the road department must reinforced roof which was usedin

had reached the limit of its capa- Contact Band PupilsAt accompany each bid submitted on Clewiston Area the Ford sales place. It will

city. It is thus the first mill the project. Work is to be done have a frontage on. the highway of ._'

reached by the cane after it goes Receiving Station under the standard plans and speci- Through This Week 25 feet and will be 85 feet deep. '

through the crusher. It. is operated fications of the department and the In the rear of the place will bea

by electricity and increased I Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938. body and paint shop.

Prof. F. G. Sturchio of West Heavy rains which began last The extension
to the
efficiency is attained by the use ofa The surfacing will be a marl present :
special double-reduction herring- Palm Beach, director of the United base with surface treatment. week continued through this week building will extend westward -'

States Sugar Corporation Band and and there appeared little hope for thirty feet
bone gear. The other six mills in I across the present used
tandem are operated by steam and who has been engaged to act as. County Representative E. L. any relief in the next few days car lot and will be fifty feet deep.

have standard mill gearing. instructor for a school band duringthe Stewart was in Tallahassee when' with a low barometer today. This addition will house the offices .

school term met Thursday the project was advertised. He Heaviest rain here of the week and ,
Although there are several seven- coming showroom. It will also be of -

mill sugar houses in Cuba and other afternoon at the schoolhousewith has worked diligently to secure the was on Sunday afternoon when 2.45 concrete block and stucco construction -

I producing countries, the one hers several of the parents and completion of, this important north inches fell, the, heaviest fall in the with plastered interior. -;'

is the largest in the United States. children who are interested. C. E. and south road through Hendry entire lake area. There was no ''Between the two structures will ..

Comparatively small manufacturing Miner, school board member, was county and feels that when this new rain here on Friday or on Saturday.It be a '
space some forty-five feet
units are used in Louisiana, it is also present. project is completed it will only bea failed to rain again on Mondaybut wide which will be used as a used r:.
matter of short time
said. The attention of many parents a until on Tuesday there was 1.20 car lot. ::

In addition to the new mill a had not been called to the meetingand the remainder of the road is inches recorded. On Wednesdaythere The Hendry \ )
finished. County Motors, has
the attendance was small. was .64 inches and Thursday
9,000 foot pre-evaporator is being
been handling the 'new Ford tractor .:.
Nevertheless Prof. Sturchio explained .06 inches. A heavy shower fell
installed for primary juice, new ':,
for almost a since the
year ma-
heating coils are being installed I something of the school band set- today .at noon but will not be checked -
chine was first put on the market. ,
-' for up to the group. Parents will haveto until Saturday morning.
re-heating massecuite after it .SCHOOL PUPILS It is a light tractor, powered by !
leaves the evaporator and two pay for the instruments which While the sugar corporation's a four-cylinder motor which is saidto

clarifiers are being revamped and the ,children play and the school records show excessive rainfall in .
be the. _sajjxe as half the motor
I a new settling element installed., to board will pay the instructor and ARE TO REGISTER AT the western division there was"little used in the Mercury car. Ford is :;
t *" furnish music ''stanand': other .
:rimprove, clarification; ', ? ; rain during the week in the east- associated with the FergusonSherman -

The extensive work be ng done at incidentals which remain in the ern division. On Friday there was
Manufacturing Company in
-t' the sugar house is 'to / insure the group.. SCHOOL NEXT FRIDAYPrincipal only one station showing rainfall, putting out these tractors and the

:a' ," continuance of efficien operation Because Prof. Sturchio is anxious Liberty Point, which had an inch latter holds the patents
company .'
as in the past and also to step up to contact all parents and pupils and a half. Both Benbow on the on the hydraulic_ lift with which \
the prior to the opening of school who R. W. Turk of the
daily production of raw sugar. west and Clewiston on the east the tractor is equipped and also

The work is expected to (\continue ,at are interested in the band and Clewiston school, announces this were dry.Those for the numerous attachments .

full speed until the beginning of for that reason, he wil remain at week that all junior and senior ..
who had planted crops are which are making the tractor quite
'- the harvest season. / the Receiving Station all day next high school pupils will be registered -
preparing to take the loss and replant popular.The .
Tuesday, September 10 and everyone at his office in the school house
as quickly as land is again
Clewiston sales extends
interested requested to contact next Friday, September 13'from area
Clewiston Wins Three dry enough to plow. The sugar corporation's from coast to coast including the
him the
during day. nine o'clock until noon and from

Only pupils of the first two grades one o'clock' to three o'clock in the summer replacement counties of Hendry, Glades, Palm
Games Over WeekendThe planting program has also been retarded -
Beach Lee and Collier.
will be barred from the band in- afternoon.Mr. ,. '
'by the heavy rains.: Al- <
struction, all from the, third grade
Turk points out that this though a great deal of land had
through the twelfth being eligible, County Board AcceptsNew
Clewiston baseball team registration is only for pupils from been plowed in preparation for,

which has been jinxed during the the: seventh grade through the fall crops very little of it had as

second half of the Glades-Coast Two Are Injured twelfth. The school bus will make yet been planted.Kiwanis Health OfficerLaBelle

League play, ended the season Mon- one trip only, in the' morning, and

day at Canal Point with a Labor I In Auto WreckJ. will pick- up those along the routein Members At ( News)

Day double win over the team from this grade group. Because of
The board of county commissioners -

that place after taking a close F. Bishop was seriously thoughnot the number who might ordinarilycome Haines City MeetingSeven Tuesday accepted Dr. E. F.
game here Sunday afternoon from
in on the bus which would
and H. J. Du- health
critically injured Hoffman of Detroit as public
Pompano by a score of 3-2. The all '
crowd the
morning registration
Bose received painful bruises and officer for the Hendry county health

second game of 'Sunday's doubleheader cuts when the car in which they those who have ways of their own members of the local Ki- unit. Dr. Hoffman succeeds Dr. C.

.II' was rained out. were riding, a Ford V-8 sedan over;' to come in to town are asked to wanis Club were in Haines City W. Pease, who vas transferred to
The game with Pompano was a wait until the afternoon..
" ) thriller from beginning to ,end with turned several times in the early last night to attend the charter : Jacksonville.Miss .

;\ the count knotted at the end of morning hours Monday near the west Schools will open for the 1940-41 meeting of the new Haines City : Margaret Hoxsey, supervising -

the ,ninth 2 to 2. In Clewiston's end of Sugarland Highway. Both I term on Monday September 16. The' Kiwanis Club No. 63. There were nurse for the HendryHighlandsunit

half of the tenth the winning run men were from Moore Haven. faculty is complete with one excep- more than three hundred Kiwanians will assist Dr. Hoffman during

was shoved across the plate. Taken by a passing motorist to tion, Glen Wilson of Zephyrhills from clubs all over South Floridain theabsence of the regular nurse,

Rabbit Roberts was on the mound the Clewiston Hospital, DuBose was having notified county school offi- ,attendance. Miss E. V. McCloud, who will leave

for Clewiston and gave up only given first aid treatment and discharged cials that he had accepted a posi- Governor-elect Spessard L. Hol- September 15 for Richmond, Va.,

eight hits to the league leaders in and Bishop remained in tion at Melbourne and could not land was the principal speaker and where she will enter a university fora

the hospital for treatment and accept a position here. Every in special work pertainingto
his second start as a pitcher. Clark chose as his subject the Kiwanis course
was the other half of the local observation until yesterday. He was, effort is being made to find 'a teacher theme for 1940-41-"Citizenship public health service.

battery. found to have suffered a brain to take his place before the opening Responsibility, The Price of Liber- The understanding is that Miss

The first game Monday at Canal concussion, a hemorraged liver and of school. ty". Ed Baker of Umatilla pre McCloud will resume her duties
two broken ribs as, well as several
Point was pitched by Bud ',Vaughn sented the charter. here January 1.
severe cuts about the face.
and was won by the local team,, bya Duck Season To Those from Clewiston attending Dr. Hoffman will follow for the

score of 8-2. A. C. Carleton was were Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Bishop, present the same schedule laid

on the mound for the ,second game Kiwanians Have Quiz Open November 2 Moye Bishop, G: H. Brown, A.V. out by Dr. Pease, spending Tues-
i and this one was won by Clew- Lawrence, R. C. Wilson, H. R. day at LaBelle and Friday at Clew-

i iston 63.Clewiston. Program At MeetingMembers r--- Hall, J. F. Tippey and G. B. iston.

lead the league in the
The county commissioners Tuesday Thomas. The new health officer was accepted
first half until almost the end of
of the Kiwanis Club adopted a resolution openingthe at a joint meeting of the
that half when Lake Worth
forged enjoyed another of a series of duck season November 2, as Registration Books i county commissioners. the boardof
ahead to win. Pompano is reportedto
quiz programs at their 'regular requested by I. N. Kennedy, state public instruction. There was
be leading in the last half. Clew-
weekly meeting at the Inn Wednes- fish and game commissioner. To Precincts some discussion between membersof
iston won only four games during Go with
day night. both boards of dispensing
the last half of play. The Florida state law providesthat
This week's quiz was on words .. the health unit entirely: and employing -
all counties bordering on the
frequently misspelled and another Registration books for the general a public health nurse instead.
Gulf of Mexico will be opened to
Three Local BoysEnlist contest to test perception gave pairsof in the them-
the taking of ducks November 2, in election were placed Visitors present expressed
words and 'n 'mbers and' the compliance with federal regulationsas hands of precinct deputies, Monday selves in favor of retaining the

In ArmyThe contestants were judged by time as provided by section 44, and in by. Supervisor of Regristration John unit saying they had read published

I well as by number of errors. In order that the season be uniform L. Hall. I reports of the good work being

two minutes and fifteen seconds will have a chance to done, particularly with children and
other counties are asked to open on Applicants
young men of Clewiston are Dick Wilson came through with a asked that the
the books in in the schools, and
the same date. get their names on
; anxious to do their part for national perfect score and Ed Markette in districts until service be allowed to continue. A
their respective
defense which is proven by two minutes and ten seconds made deputies of members of both boards
October 12, and the same majority
three Canada seeks southern locationfor
more enlistments
in Uncle a
In between the
one error. a toss-up the books in favored keeping the unit.
Sam's army this week. Bob Logan, two for the prize pot Mr. Markette the training of her fliers dur will serve as handled The school and county boards

Vincent Oglesby and James Wynn, won. ing the winter and President Carl the May primaries. contribute $100 a month toward -

went to Miami Tuesday and took Brorein of the Florida State Persons registering for the general each the upkeep of the unit, and

their physical examinations. All Governor Fred P. Cone extendedan Chamber of Commerce has extendedan election are not required to for
hard pressed
passed with flying colors and are invitation to Governor-Elect invitation through that organi- make known their political party with both with which to operate it was

expected to be ,sailed soon for Spessard L. Holland to attend the zation to give Florida considera affiliation. Those who were properly funds of finance whether
; service. Southern Governors' Conference, tion-because of the advantages this qualified to vote in the May chiefly a and
the change
f would accept
Several have previously enlisted scheduled to be held at Mobile the state offers In' the number! pf elections wIH! not.. have- to-, register' they tholr support of the unit.

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'Ttcas a ady Asking ,IMPROVED Gems of ThoughtA

Observance Etiquette /1 iG For "

Treating I WILLFUL falsehood is a

a brand SUNDAY cripple, not able to stand
The politician, sporting
'new hat, stepped upon a soapboxin Anemia CasesBy LessonBy by itself without another to

one of the city's toughest dis- support it. It is easy to tell a
R E FNWashington HAROLD I*. LUNUmilSl. D. 1).
tricts. P Dean of The Moody Bible Instituteof but hard -to tell only one

"Ladies and gentlemen," he be DR. JAMES W. BARTON (Released by Western Chicago Newspaper' Union.' ) lie.-Fuller.

D.C., (Released by'Western Newspaper Union.) There is no gain as certain as that
gan.That as far as he got. An which arises from sparing what you
overripe was tomato sped from the sec- BULLITT MAY STUMP FOR WHEN Drs, Minot and Mur- Lesson for September 8 have:-Publius Syrus.

ond floor of a tenement house and BRITAIN AID that eating Depend on no man, on no
Ambassador Bill Bullitt, most friend, but him who can dependon
landed squarely in his face. calf's liver daily would prevent lee subjects and
Versatile and volatile of all Roosevelt's Rnd copyrighted cby International bimseU.-Lavater.
The startled speaker looked up diplomats, probably will go on death from pernicious anemia. permission.Council of Religious Education: used by He who sees without loving is
and discovered a
at him. the stump throughout the country the demand ,for only straining his eyes in the
glaring campaigning/for "national unity" calf's liver was so TODAY'S INVITING OTHERS TO WORSHIPGOD darkness.-Maeterlinck.

"Madam," complained the poli- and urging American support ,for great that A man's first duty is to educatehis
tician, "what's the idea of assault- Great Britain. proviHEALTH conscience.-Bishop Gore.

ing me with a tomato?" His tour will be divorced from the sion LESSON TEXT-Psalm 9$. Our joys here are born weep

"That will teach you, mister," New Deal, and he will not returnto were unable to COLUMN GOLDEN with me and TEXT let-O us magnify exalt his the name Lord to 'ing.-Samuel Rutherford.

she scowled, "to take your hat his embassy in France. supply the de-. gether.-Psalm 34:3.

off when addressing a lady!" Many of the men around Roose-. mand. The fact that cow's andpig's

of him in Worship is not only fitting but altogether -
velt now are far ahead liver were effective in ,
'Open City' proposing aid to Britain, and some natural to the soul aglow Pretty Flowers Fill
red cells has
of them ,may co-operate with Bullittin building up broughtthe with the love of God. Yet it is a

this movement. Some acs def- cost of calf's liver to a more sacred privilege to which we may Crocheted Baskets

"Open city" is part of the mod- initely critical of the President, reasonable price. call ourselves and others and in'the

em world's rather elaborate war though close friend Bullitt is not. doing of which we may be helped by
terminology. As set forth in a However, while it is comfortingto
They feel that Roosevelt has been an intelligent understanding of its
nations the patient' :to know that liver
regulation adopted,by par-
holding back and that the country nature and preparation for its prac-
will keep him alive he
ticipating in the Hague conferenceof may grow I
1907 belligerent may declare I is ready to go much further than tired of liver as it tice.What s ,tt .,
any I he. is worship? How does it differ -
a city to be "open" in orderto means eating abouta
prayer, or from praise
a5'A4/ half pound of liver
it 'from attacked
being ,
I DEFENSE BLOWUPIf (which we studied last week)? While
shelled or bombed. Before the fw ::/y six days ,a week, or'
t. certain legislative and adminis- prayer, praise and worship belong
.; present armistice, for example, V//) a third of a pound a
trative snarls in the defense program together and often merge in one
; France declared Paris to be"open" ,day. Accordingly,
; and the Nazi invaders ac- aren't cleared up quickly, >, VVf many hospitals andy blessed art devotion, we may pos-
there is going to be a blowup in the have devised sibly distinguish between them by
after ; 1 -
did to it
cordingly no i
,,.. defense commission that will knocka %a iV various saying that in prayer we are con-
it had been declared. When ways
F dent in the Roosevelt administration. cerned with our needs; in praise,
of liver at-
,declared "open city is no longer :
Some fast focJlwork! and tractive to the taste. with our blessings; and in worship,
\ defended used base for
: or as a
placating White House palaver has ''f with God Himself.
:t. concentration of oth- As there are many
the troops'or
I Path kept the explosive situation under who cannot eat liver I. The Call to Worship (vv. 1-3).

: military operations. cover so far, but it is very serious. and others who dislike This psalm has to do with collec-
finder. Dr. Barton
t Inside fact is' that William Knudsen it but can eat it, tive rather than individual worship.It .

who gave up a S300,000-a-year a liver extract is now available is not enough that man should

Aim at Something General Motors job to become defense which undergoes government in- worship God in his 'own soul, thereis

"' __ \ production chief, is getting spection. For those who cannot eat an added blessing which comesto .: ;

I" tr- An old thinker once said: "If restive over the delays he is en- liver, taking the extract five times us only as we worship with oth- .,: ai

(' you aim at nothing you will hit countering. He has made no a week by mouth is not so difficult.I ers. So we need to be called together

;L: it!" If we are to live successfully threats, but he has also made it Moreover, it is possible for these for worship.
must live for something. That clear that unless he gets action he anemic patients to get liver extract True worship centers in "a newsong"
;ti: we
something must be the magnet does not intend to continue in a posi- by injections into the muscles, tak- that is the song of a regener-
ated heart. Worship is only a for- ..N-
tion where he could be blamed for
each week
which will draw us to it irresis- en one or even one every
mality without life until there is a
lack of production.A two weeks.
reach the
tibly. Such striving to in the heart Pattern No. 6681.
new song and then it IY
3''. goal :requires all the strength that "plain operations man, as he Daily Injections for a Month., becomes life's greatest joy and sat-

T is in us. For, this life is an un- describes himself, Knudsen workedout For those 'who. cannot, or do not isfaction. BLOWERS in simplest stitchery
who does not a, schedule of production for easily crocheted bas-
relenting master wish to, visit the physician for the Real is
worship a "day to day"matter
'- waste time with aimlessly wan- tanks, guns, planes, armor plate, intramuscular injections, injectingthe ket edgings. Take your pick of

dering sluggards. Therefore, see and the other vital essentials for de- liver extract daily into the veins put (on v. like 2), not our just"Sunday-go-to-somethingwe pillow cases, towels or scarfs.

the thing clearly which you are fense. But these plans, partly be- directly once a month has been, meeting" clothes. Every day we
pursuing ,and strive with all your cause of tax delays, partly becauseof found effective. In about 10 I
per are to worship, and as we do, we Pattern 6681 contains a transfer
might to reach.it. business'repeated sit-downs,obstructions.For have .encountered cent of cases the injection into the shall "declare his glory among the pattern of 12 motifs ranging from

veins gives too severe: a reaction.It heathen"; among those nearest to 5 by 15 ,to 2 by 4 inches; chart
example: Knudsen ''was first will be gratifying to pernicious us, but ultimately to, all ,the 'nations and directions for crochet;' illus- -'- .

told that the amortization problem, ,anemia patients and their familiesto of the earth. Worship leads trations of stitches; materials

RHEUMATISM which s held up, the constructionof know.that while there may be 57 out in a desire that its blessingmay needed. :Send order to:

several new' defense plants, wouldbe different ways of preparing liver be shared with all the peopleof ..

V. PAIN WHERE' IT HURTS handled in congress in a separatebill. for the table, these other'methods the earth.II. Sewing Circle Needlecraft Dept. cr"k

But at the last minute, treas- liver extract, liver and stomach The Reason for, Worship (vv. 82 Eighth Ave New York
GOOD OLD p ] 60e ury'tax ,experts objected, this and
mixtures, liver and vitamin mix- 4-6).
222' the be includedin Enclose 15 cents In coins for Pattern
insisted that matter
PRESCRIPTION[ b"Flattery ) 11. tax bill. tures and yeast-can all be taken by Why should we worship God? He No.!.........
the )
excess (war profits
mouth; also that liver extract need is "great" and is a God so good Name ...............................
Next Knudsen was assured by be but week into and that He is
; leaders that the tax injected once a gracious," "greatlyto Address ...............;....eo.......
the Guest ,congressional the muscles and once a month into be praised. ,He made the heav-
bill would be passed by August 17. the veins to keep the number of thv ens. "Honor and majesty" stand
;-V Flattery sits in the parlor while But first the Republicans recessedto
red blood cells up to normal. before Him like sentinels; "strengthand
plain dealing is kicked out of attend the Willkie acceptance cer- beauty" fill the holy place whichis

doors. emonies, at Elwood. Then it managed "his sanctuary." The words 4% \' CHOICE OF MILLIONS Ist
to get other. delays. Aid in Overcoming bespeak that glorious majesty and :::; 1"FIRST LARGEST SELLER AT 10C.IIU .
gracious loving-kindness which impel % ST.JOSEPH ASPIRINTime
Asthmatic Attacks
JL VEGETABLE RFC. LOAN DELAYS the heart to worship. They en- \\

While this dilly-dallying was go- courage us who need and seek

.: V Laxative ing on at Capitol Hill, Knudsen was TT HAS been found that in a great strength, and,,beauty of life to seek Deadens, Hatred
o having other difficulties with Fed- A communion with Him who dwells
attacks of asthmaare
i: For Headache many cases Time, which deadens hatred
; eral Loan 'Administrator Jesse due to inhaling substances to eternally in such an atmosphere.III. secretly strengthens love.-

uy j Biliousness, Jones. which the individual is sensitive or The Manner of Worship (vv. Richter.
and Dizziness The RFC ,was given wide
powers allergic-fur, feathers, house dust. 7-10).
when caused byConstipation. by congress several months ago to Accordingly, scratch testsscratching We have suggested that fellowshipwith

w make loans to industry for defense the surface of the skin and applying God prompts us to worship.

V,: 1''' 15 doses form purposes. But when Knudsen sub- some of ,the suspected sub- Some 'would feel that nothing more : r

only 10 cents. mitted a list of plant expansions that stances or substance to the scratchare is needed, but experience ,tells us WOM N yr40S"
;: needed financing, Jones
made. This take
may a con- that, while we may worship any-
I He objected on the ground that siderable time and at the end of where, we are helped to do so by
.r:1 1SSSSSSSSSsssss one-third of the output of the plants the tests it may be found that a' proper surroundings and circum- Read This'Important Message!

;: would go to fill British war orders. nose defect, some food, or other stances. We are told to "come into Do you dread those "trying years" (38 to

Knudsen pointed out that this was condition is the cause. his courts" (v. 8) and to worship NERVOUS 62)7-Are you? Do getting yak tear moody hot flashes, cranky weak-and

not impairing U. S. preparedness, To find out whether it is some- '"in the beauty of holiness" (v. 9), ening dizzy spells?Aro you jealous 01 attentions -

but on the contrary was providingthe thing in the air of the room that is or, as the Revised Version puts it, These other symptoms women getTHEN often result from LISTEN-female

country with vital productive responsible for the attacks, a room "in holy array." functional disorders.So start today and take

capacity at the expense of the Brit- should be made free of. all sub. We are to give or ascribe unto famous pound. Lydia For over E.Pinkham's 60 years Pmkham's Vegetable Corn-Com-

: V ish.Still stances that could be to blame.. the Lord praise and glory among' pound has helped hundreds of thousands of
/ We Can All Be Jones despite the President's grateful women to go"smiling thru"difficult
I "kindred" ( 7) that is
A Method Worthy of Trial. our v. ; our days. Pinkham's has helped calm unstrung
I policy of extending every assistanceto own family, as well as in "his nerves and lessen annoying female functional
Dr. Jonathan Forman, Columbus, One of the most egUJ-
the British, didn't like the idea "irregularities.
In Ohio State Medical'Journal, states courts, His sanctuary. Note that fiN "woman's" tonics. Try ill
of lending U. S. government moneyto one of the outstanding ways of wor- ,
EXPERTI that a room can be made free of -- -- -------
for the Brit.I
aid factory expansion -
substances that could'Possibly cause shiping is to "bring an offering" (v. WNU-7 36-40

I I ish. the attacks by removing, every object 8),- which means more than casually

IVV.: BUYERS i I BLITZKRIEGIt from the room and thoroughly slipping" a small coin in the "collec- Reckoned LoveThere's
tion. If our "offerings" are liberal
remains the firm conviction of cleaning the walls and woodwork beggary in the love that
church will be able
0 In bringing us buying Information,as Secretary of War Stimson and Gen- with a brush and clean warm waterto and regular the can be reckoned.! -Shakespeare..
the that "the Lordreigneth"
to send news
t'o prices that being asked for which has been added some water
eral Marshall, his chief of'staff, that
to the whole world (v.10)).
t what we Intend to buy, and as to the if Hitler, is to invade this country it softener such as tribasicphosphate. I
-: quality we can expect,the advertising will come this fall before we are Furniture such as an unuphol- IV. The Universality of Worship 1

.': columns of this newspaper perform a prepared. They are inclined to stered rocking chair, a hard straight (vv. 11-13).

'; worth while service which saves us think that as soon as Hitler is fin- chair, and an army cot, is also A world which has felt the blowof

S,,. many dollars a year. ished with the British, he will move washed carefully and returned to man's sin (Rom. 8:22) and has

:, 0 It Is a good habit to form,the habit here. Stimson and Marshall have the room. Pillows are to be filled suffered from his wickedness and ''
of consulting the advertisements every indicated this view to congress, but with feathers properly enclosed in a destructive violence will so rejoicein May Warn of

,',-- time we make a purchase, though we they are even more positive in their material such as oil cloth, which the righteousness of. God's judg- Kidney Action
,:.- have already decided just what we private conversations. will not allow any feather dust to ment that even the realm of nature Modem life with Its hurry and worry and
want and where we are going to buyIt. Despite the large air force guard- come out. The oil cloth cover shouldbe will break into joyous worship. Whata Irregular drinking-its habits risk Improper of exposure and infec
.It gives us the most priceless feelingIn strain on the work
beautiful picture we see in these tion-throws heavy
large enough to allow the pillow 1
ing the canal, military authorities They are apt to become .
.. the world: the feeling of being of the kidneys. .
God's creation will lift
admit that it would be impossible for to be squeezed down by the weightof verses, how over-taxed and !fail to filter exceas add
adequately prepared. them to prevent an enemy air armada the head without forcing out dust., itself up in praise, the sea in tu- and other. impurities from the hiegivingblood. !:

;is, 0 When we go Into a store,prepared from getting over the locks. Clean linen should be used. multuous joy, when "the hills shall You may suffer nagging DacKacne.headache ;
beforehand with knowledge of what Is One well-placed bomb the The windows and heat registers break forth before you into sing- dizziness, getting up nights,
can put constantly
offered and at what price,we go as all the trees shall leg pains, swelling-feel
Jocks out of commission for about must be carefully washed and tightly ing, and clap tired,nervous, all worn out. Other signs
an expert buyer,filled with selfconfidence. Isa. bladder disorder are some-
closed to prevent air, smoke or their hands" ( 55:12) of kidney or
.It Is a pleasant feeling to have, three months. times burning, scanty or too frequent
then hold his ?
Can man peace
dust from entering. The adjacenthall urination.
the feeling of Most of the
not "mortal tongues awake" DoarPilZ... Doon't help the
I MERRY-GO-ROUND and bathroom should also be Must Try
unhappiness in the world can be tracedto to off harmful excess body
a lack of this feeling. Thus adver, headquarters cleaned and kept free from cosmetics and "all that breathe partake" in kidneys waste. They pass have had more than nalim
I perfumes and dusts. If air is wholehearted worship of God? Who century of public approval. Are reCOm-
tising shows another of Its manifold in' Washington on the first floor grateful users everywhere.
facets-shoWs'Itself as an aid toward ; of the Woodward building, directly too dry, some boiling water-on a then will want to stand among mended Ask flour by neighbor/
making all our business relationships under the TVA offices onl the third hot plate-should be used. "them that know not God, and that

more secure and pleasant.SSSSSSSSS Boor, New Dealers wisecrack that After a few days confinement to obey not the gospel of our Lord

"Willkie is still under TVA influ these quarters, if there are no com Jesus Christ" (II Thess. 1:7, 8), and -

SSSSSSS ence." plications, the'patient will improve, -with--whom- God-.can- --deal... 'only in


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Calm r
violence and maintaining order
BEHOLD this modern version of. The height of human wisdom Is
and righting the of the
wrongs oppressed -
.. an laundry bag. It isi to bring our tempers down to our
of in j ... is higher and holier than
made sturdy_ ticking crisp Ill I I II -n mDESSERTS circumstances, and to make a
;red and white stripes. It hangs!j the following of visions. The serv-' calm within, under the weight of '
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(Recipes )
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child. generally welcome than the old favorite -
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slices or segments of the fresh fruit.It 2 cups bread flour
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The Clewiston News -:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:. united.never before A ,championship need to be football firmly are expecting"a whole lot out, of up like mushrooms overnight. It
you this year. seemed to me there were more

team would bring the people of About two weeks later the Uni- hotels than people, with a hundred, I

Published every Friday in Clewleton, FULLER'S Florida together in a common interest versity opened and the registrationof or more In the building. Yet they ,. ..
Florida, by tho CLEWISTON NEWS. and enthusiasm, as few other students began. Clemons gota tell me, with all her accommodations -

Inc., FULMINATIONSBy things would. schedule card and went to see folks walked the streets, last

Back in the days when Alabama's Dr. Norman. He explained that winter unable to secure a room.

KEATHLEY BOWDEN, Editor FULLEN WARREN great Crimson Tide football team he wanted a course of study that Magic Miami, experiencing her best

..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:.., I crashed right through all opposi- wouldn't interfere with his foot- summer season, enchanted glistened metropo in the
to the California like
tion march
its sunlight
Entered as second class mall matter I in ball playing. He handed his sche- an
February 1, 1927, at the Poet Office In I toast, visited in Alabama occasion- dule card to Dr. Norman and asked lis In a fairy story.
Clewiston, Florida, under the Act ,of The of football season is
March 3, 1897.Subscription. opening ally and saw how those great teams him to use his best judgment in Thanks to her energy and enter-
not far off. It should be the gayestof welded the people of that state selecting such a course, concludinghis prise, Miami is "Florida" to count-

all seasons. But it takes a win- together in the bonds of a common remarks with this admonition: less millions or Americans who have
Rotc $:=.00 Per Year. ning team to give this season, tho and mutual interest. The humblest "And remember, Dr. Norman, I'm visited this community and know

Advertising Rates On Application. gayety it should have. hoe hands and the biggest business expecting a whole lot out of you." nothing of the real Florida that

Florida high schools had many tycoons would all gather around lies beyond the limits of this one

Devoted to the advancement and welfare fine teams last year. These win- the same radio{ and listen with small area. The charming ridge

of Clewiston and ,Hendry County. ning teams evoked great enthusiasmin pride and joy to the mighty feats ':..:....:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:-:. section with its emerald lakes and
their particular communities, of the Crimson Conquerors. I have grove-blanketed hills; the busy .,
which had a wholesome and salu- seen a bankrupt; borrower slap his I trucking centers; the endless fieldsof

:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.. :..:..:..:..:..:..) tary effect upon the people local- banker on the back at' the news that Too Late To Classify waving cane; the lazy Suwanneeas
ly. But the State had no college John Mack Brown had just run it makes its way through fieldsof

team that all the people of our another ninety yards. By RUSSELL KAY cotton and tobacco; the rollingred

RAMBLINGS peninsula could rally around and This common interest in this clay lands of Leon; the count-

\ By B. B. get worked up over. championship football team broughtthe INN:N:N:N.N.NM:NN N.N:N:Ii..:.NH NN:NN:N:N:NN, \ less, winding waterways where Na-
Among the many minor needs of people of Alabama closer to- ture still holds sway, fish leap and

Florida is a winning football team gether than they had been since the tropical birds wade or wing their
.,,,,,,,,,,,, ":":":" )+:":ooI..:..:..: ..) Continuing with our :East Coast
: : : : : : :":":":":":": that ,can cause the people to get Civil War. Whenever a citizen from tour: Before leaving West Palm way to sheltered rookeries; indus-

worked up Into a veritable lather of one part of Alabama met a citizen Beach I took' time to drive by the trial centers, where great ships are
The best evening's entertainment enthusiasm. A championship team from another part of the state they home of my friend Charles Spring- born and factories flourish; the

we've had In months was the per- from anyone of the several fine had a subject for talk that both fels for a look at his famed Mango sheltered coves where fishermen

formance of "Kiss The Boys Goodbye" colleges in Florida would serve this were bound to be interested in. This tree which produces fruit weighing (Continued on Pace 8)

presented by the Little purpose. The people probably have enabled them to get acquainted three pounds or more. Never haveI I--y

Theater of the Society of Four Arts more right to expect a championship quickly and easily, and thereby tasted a Mango so delicious. One

in West Palm Beach Friday. Know- football team from the Uni- learn to like each other, usually; given us by Springfels, when thinly

ing something of the standards of versity of Florida than from any of for most everybody turns out to be peeled and sliced, provided eight I

the Society of the Four Arts we the other institutes of high learningin likeable after you get to know generous servings. He calls it the"Superior"
expected a great deal of the performance -
our State. them.
and cannot fill the demand Good FarmLand
even thought it was the I
For the past few years Uni-
The attitude of most Floridians at $1.00 each. The meat of
first appearance of the Little versity's football team has been as toward the Gators this season is the fruit is delicious, but buyers

Theater group weak as a consumptive's cough. It probably expressed by a little exchange consider the seed more precious.The .
We were not disappointed. Our is the opinion of many that the that took place back in ocean front drive south from

expectations did not come up to admission charge to the games 1926 between Dr. J. W. Norman, Palm Beach is delightful. Water

the realization. The performancewas amounted to obtaining money under Dean of the College of Education of coloring on the Atlantic ranged '

tops in every way. There false pretenses. The teams have the University of Florida and Justin from deep ultramarine to light for Rent

1 was not the slightest trace of performed as poorly as the Republican Clemons, one of the greatest tackles green topped with an occasional I
"home talent" from the rise of the Party. The players have seem
the Gators ever had. That was the lazy white-cap. Well kept groundsof
first curtain to the fall of the ed as dazed as a defeated candi-
first year that the football squad lovely estates awaited our visionon
last. date. The coaches have been as had been called to practice before the other hand. ,,

The play itself demanded a great inept as an old maid making love.: the University opened.It Vacationing natives and visitors /
The fans have been as bored as a
deal of the performers. is sophisti-
was the, first week of Sept., were everywhere in evidence along
clever but graduating class listening to the
cated and exceedingly 1936. The weather was hotter thana our route. Bathers, picnickers, girlsin
crude handling would have commencement address.It Depot stove. The first football slacks and short's, fishermen TrespassersWill
made it coarse. The Palm is to be hoped that this sorry
scrimmage was being held. It was casting in the ,surf or dangling Be
Beach group gave it such situation will pass into the "limboof
; very rough. Clemons was playing hand lines ,from wharf or bulk-
professional treatment it was remembered things" with the tackle. He was pushed around, head, kiddies romping in the sand, ProsecutedClewiston ()'
hard to realize as one watched the coming of the new football season.If .
stepped on and kicked occasionally. alert canines chasing gulls or sand-
play, that names of the cast' and just half the good things that -
Finally Coach Sebring (now a cele- pipers, pelicans flying low in
the wife of the have been said about the new coach
director included
brated circuit judge) took demons perfect formation or dropping from
post-master the X-Ray doctor at Lieb are true, a winning Gator out and told him he could go to the sky like Stukas to_ strike an
the hospital, the manager of one of team may be expected this season.A '
the showers in the gymnasium. unsuspecting ,minnow, while the
the Beach's swankiest restaurants, winning team would help our :
warming sun and cooling ocean
He was hot tired, perspiring,
State in It would afforda
the secretary of the West Palm many ways.
breeze battled each other for con-
and irritated. He
lot of individual bleeding generally
Beach Recreation Commission, an enjoyment
trol of the temperature with results
started for the Dr. Norman.
thousands of football fans all gym.
architect, a practicing physician a over And
whoalong with Judge Cockrell that_ for_ our_ part_ proved pleasantand : Realty
student at' University'of :North Florida. It would cause a lot of com'fortable.Miami .

Carolina, and the fashion director travel to and from the scenes of never missed, a scrimmage, and
Beach, convulsed with
'of the largest store. Reading the the games, and thereby increase the very few practice sessions of the DevelopmentCorporation
forced to
growing pains* us pick
Who's Who page in the program, sale of gasoline and cars. It would football team, stopped Clemons and our way through traffic jams
though, we found that these same help hotels and restaurants.It .
gave him a short pep talk, concluding caused by streets partly blockaded
people had much experience in would afford our citizens some-
'' it with this statement, with all of J"--
manner building
dramatics, Little Theater and radio thing to do a little bragging about.

work. Contrary to general belief, braggingis "Justin, old fellow, remember we terial. Here new buildings spring m..e .
not an outright evil. Egotistical
That's why we are already look-
forward "next boasting, about personal prowess is ... .-.... -.... ......... ......... ... ." .- """" .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:...
ing to time" and ; ; : : : : ; ; ; : : ; ; : ; : ; : ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; : : : : : : : : : : : : ; : )
a : : ?: : ; ; ; ; : ;
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almost universally offensive. Buta ".-.-.".".".-.".".".".".".".".".'.".".".".".".-.-. . . . . .-. . . : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : :':":":":":".1
why we urge you to be among those ..p'
little vicarious bragging a sort + 1t
present when the Little Theater
raises the curtain on its next per- of secondary boasting as it were, :YX:::: ::::::
such as blowing, off about a champ- Y.J. '
formance. '
v. H
ionship Florida football team wouldbe i : < ,.
most wholesome. It would exalt ENJOYAN *y
Yesterday afternoon Prof. YXX. ,
chio the spirit, expand the ego, and < :
met with a few parents;: stur-l / ,
have indicated their vitalize the vis a tergo (force from : <' fi
behind). ;,
the formation of a school band. A great Gator football team wouldbe .1..;. ,<' .. ,- ALL ELECTRIC I ',', .s..:.
Since it was not known ahead of ..'. : r '. ::::::
., time just when the Professor would a tremendous unifying force for .. .' ;
the :::: ; : :::;:
be here; the meeting was not people of 'our State. Florida is .' ..
publicized and the attendance stretched out over a lot of land.It :I:.'. ,.' HOME : ; 'i.
was .. I "
.:. .s"s.
small. is _a long, long way from Pensa-
Happening to be of
those who cola to Pensuco (Dade County). If ::::!: '
saw the notice the
on you don't believe it, try speakingthat *! i* :s::::
much-posted bulletin board at: the I IF' .; Air" (,
distance. The, people of Flori- :
Post Office, we dropped in at the t ,

auditorium pupils who hope at 5 to o'clock.enter tho Several band da mon have There many is things a wide not, diversity in com-of 8 i;_:: Electricity is the modern servant; a'' servant that I:::: '

people making Florida's
were rents, there-along and a preliminary,with their meeting pa- million population.up This conditionhas two axx:s;::=;: takes care of both the work and the pleasures of the :::;:

r; was held. sectionalism.The brought. about a mild feeling of :::::': home and one that will do everything quickly, efficiently :i: ;
Some of these are from my own .s. '
neighborhood (one even, inmy- people of Florida now, as I :;:::: and economically. i:2:::=:

own house), so my first thought is

sound-proof that there will room.be a big need for a iyy:i: $ One penny will toast 26 crunchy slices of toast, or Ix:;:::

.4'There's :!::!: give your eyes two hours of safe reading light or operate ::*

begins, and only parents one week and pupils till school are :.:.:.!'.: your radio 'for most of a day-and-ELECTRICITY is :;:::.;:

making last-minute preparations.The :;::;: one thing' that gets cheaper the more of it that you use. :;::$: (0'.
preparations the youngsters ; AA XY
are making is in crowding os .:..:. :.XXX
much z f. why it is to have and enjoy a home .;..:.
play as possible in between :::::: IS so easy .'
day-light and dark. The'first ss... : .i'
graders :_ that IS all electric and modern. ::::::
are tremendously excited

over the big experience, but the i XXyv
: ,
others are reluctant to admit that .* .
the opening of school will be pleasant 's'.sU.::. A.*:*!

in ,their even spare though time they on are the putting slides' "ELECTRICITY:;::: IS YOUR CHEAPEST SERV- :!:::_

and merry-go-round and swings., AX XAXX
AXIt .f.y .

James Wynn, who enlisted in the COME IN :i::;: ANT-USE ,IT EXTRAVAGANTLY.
army this week, has had a pair of NOWandLETUS I

homing-pigeons that he has been 8 ,/ ,.
training for some time. Perhaps it explain OURhomefinancing -- XXI

was the pigeons who put the plan :_::: :;: ;:

thought of army life in his mind. ..without obligation to you .z'YY. .;.. ,, AIV U;
He has tried releasing the birdsat 'l': .
No red tape-all loan ....:. yy
Moore Haven and at Belle Glade.In ,

and tion each headed from instance Clewiston.in the they opposite soared But James direc-,high cleared is released quickly promptly., money are i 1! Glades Power and light Co. "f|_:!.X.

had hardly gotton home when the Clewiston Federal I !
.s..i' ,' IIM
pigeonsarrived.. We had never yy ,
Savings and LoanAssociqtio" AX '
thought of homing pigeons as a -

pet or hobby but they certainly (M...:; + x.----:.:..:..%.X-X-X..X..X-) :.- >:..:..:..!tt:.;:?:N'N'N:N'N:NNN/?:.:..> )t:. ..:..:..: :..;.:..:..:H-o.x .?.'
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Mrs. W. W. Perry, Mrs H. R. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Wilson returned when refreshments were served. Two Negroes Given

I Hall and Misses Bessie and Kathleen Monday from Marietta, Ga., The guests were Mrs. G, M.

Lewis spent Wednesday In. West where they spent a two weeks' vacation Waters, Mrs. Viola Stone' Mrs. G. Terms -At Raiford

l Personals ] Palm Beach. with relatives. Mrs. Wilson's B. Thomas, Mrs. C. W. Simmons,

mother, Mrs. L. R. Oliphant, returned Mrs. A. H. King, Mrs. G. E. Ether- .

Mr. and Mrs. Harry W. Phillips with them for a visit.C. ton Mrs. C. H. Berner, Miss Marcia Two negroes left Tuesday from <}

of LaBelle and son, L. H. Phillips, Avant, Mrs. H. A. Land Mrs. A. the Hendry county jail for the ;

C. E. Miner and Neil Miner spent Washington, were Clewiston visitors E. Miner Is leaving today for W. Dodge, Mrs. G. E. Wenzloff, state prison at Raiford, after receiving .':>'

the week-end in Miami. Wednesday.Miss -- Highlands, North Carolina, for Mrs. Mrs. E. L. Stewart, Mrs. A. W. sentences imposed by Circuit j

I Miner and their children, Charles, Sias, Mrs. Brannon, Mrs. Urey Wald- Judge George W. Whitehurst. '

Rachel and Jay Carroll, who have Mrs. L. C. Miller Mrs. n.Co "
Connie Clark spent the week-end Bessie Lewis of Blakely, Ga.. I Jesse Davenport pleaded guilty to ,
visiting friends In Tampa.Mr. 'and Miss Kathleen Lewis of Tampa I been spending the summer there. Nowling, Mrs. W. F. Nail, :Mrs. I second degree murder in the fatal ;"
They will return Monday A. R. Broadfoot, Mrs. _Arch Hodges, ;
are visiting their sister, Mrs. W. stabbing of Viola Thomas with a .::1
W. Miss Roberta George, Mrs. M. C. knife 12 in ::
Perry. ,pocket April a vacant
and Mrs. V. C. Woodward: Mrs. W. H. Lanier and her Doke, Mis. E. E. Kelly, Mrs. H. lot between state highway 25 and :r

spent the week-end.. in Oorlando. x. Miss Martha Belle Renfroe left guests, Mrs. Quitman Phillips and L. Davis, Mrs. Herman Davis, Mrs- the state market cattle pens at :j
--- Miss Blanche McDonald, spent E. M. Cornette, Mrs. C. M. Allen, "
LaBelle. The
in knife ,
Monday for her home Abbeville, was said to ;2
R. L. Coker, Jr. spent the week- Ga., after visiting her sister, Mrs.R. Thursday and Friday of last week in Mrs. Carawan Nelson, Mrs. I. s.1 have penetrated her heart and the "-?

end In Miami. s Miami. The guests left on Satur- Bell, Mrs. A. W. Lawrence, Mrs.
M. Hare, Jr., for several weeks. I woman died on the spot. Jesse ,,' |
--- day for Mobile. M. A. Thomas, Mrs. Floyd Andrews, :I was given a 20 year sentence. '" '''.'t
( Miss Claudia Acuff of West Palm Miriam Mrs. W. H. Warren, Mrs. D. B.I I .,
Mis. W. C. Nail, and Henry Hilliard pleaded guilty as ;
Miss Lucille Strehle and Miss Allen, Mrs. R. J. Blount, Miss Gaudy "
Beach visited Friday. Nail .
Billy of Moore Haven were charged with assault with intent .
..--- Ruth Gomez left Friday for tlicir Waters, Mrs. A. P. Wynn, Mrs. R.
of Mr. and Mrs. Walker ':
guests to commit murder on Vera Hilliard, ,
home in Gretna, La., after visitingMr. Waldron, Mrs. J. W. Frealey and '
C. V. Parkinson left Sunday for Nall Friday.Mr. said to be his erstwhile wife. Henry ,
and Mrs. F. M. Rodriguez for Miss Beth Nail.
Franklin, N. 'C. for a week's stay. cut Vera In the head with a cane "1
two weeks. Miss Shirley 'Ruth
and Mrs. Joe Peeples, jr. I knife June 26 in the Harlem sec- :
returned with them to
Mrs. Ruth B. Owens spent the and Mrs. J. H. Peeples of Citrus Florida's State Drivers Licenseswill tion at Clewiston, inflicting injuries "f

holiday week-end t in Okeechobee. Center were visitors In Clewiston enter school. go on sale today (Thursday, which were pronounced serious. For :.(j:

Wednesday. this act, Henry was given seven .
Mrs. Lula Geiger left Friday for Sept. 5)), it was announced this ,
Sturgiss years in the state prison. -;.:.
L. C. spent Labor Day Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Dyess and Miami to reside with relatives. She week by State Motor Vehicle Com- c I.OJ

in West Palm Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Guthrie and was accompanied by her grand- missioner D. W. Finley. Application -

Mrs John children spent the week-end in son-in-law and granddaughter, A. blanks and registration cards FOR SALE-Good, used clean :';?
\ Mr. and Lucca, Nora W. Lawrence and Miss Virginia .
Miami. have been mailed to the office of double bed cotton mattresses. .:;Jj::
Oglesby and Rose Marie Brown Saxon, who visited Mr. and Mrs.R. '
For sale cheap. See :Mrs. R. George.Johnson's _
spent the week-end at Bonita Beach. L. Saxon. each county judge and applications |
Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Penny and

Mr. and Mrs. V. C. VanLandinghamof will be accepted beginning this -.(r

Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Rodriguezwere Miami spent Labor Day here with Mr. and Mrs. W. W.. Chadwick Thursday, officials said.

week-end visitors at Bonita Mr. and Mrs. Glen Etherton.Mr. and son, Wayne, of Tampa spent '"
I Fish
Beach. the week-end here with Mr. and Camp

< and Mrs. Olin Waters and Mrs. W. H. Lanier. Mrs Lanler's
E. E. Kelly and C. E. Nall madea J. M. COOS E .(Near Hurricane Gate)
son, Jimmy, and Parker Wilson mother, Mrs. Flora Deans, and Miss
business trip to Sarasota this spent Labor Day in West Palm Lee Pridgen, who had been visitingin Counselor and Attorney at Law Clewiston, Fla. ;;'.

week. Beach. Tampa for a month, returned Hopkins Building Boats and Motors-Guide Service

.--- with them. Wednesdays and Saturdays Rates Reasonable

Mr. and Mrs. Jay W. Moran 0:30 to 4:00
,Mr. and Mrs. S. '''L. Crochet and .--- '"V. H. Johnson, Mgr. '
have returned from a week's stayin )
Sharon and Miss Rhunelle McGehee Mrs. Christina Brown and

New York City.Mr spent the week-end at the .Patrician daughter, Rose Marie, of Staten MECHANICAL, STRUCTURAL

Hotel on Miami Beach. Island, New York, who are to spend ARCHITECTURAL DESIGNS
and Mrs. C. J.; Lovvorn spent
G4nBse the winter at Miami Beach, spent
the week-end at Jensen and Fort Maps Estimates Fitted and Repaired Duplicated '
Pierce. Dick Patterson was a business several days over the week-end with DR.- F, D. GUDBAUR .

visitor in Gainesville 'recently, go- Mr. and Mrs. H. J. B. Scharnberg.Mrs. JOHN H. DOTY Optometrist

ing up to arrange for his entrance Brown is a sister of Mrs. Engineering Consultant
Mr. and Mrs. D. G. Alston and Phone IDS 5 Collier Arcade ,-.
Nell Alston into the University next week. Scharnberg.Miss Hopkins Bldg. Clewiston, Fla. Fort Myers, Florida :'n;
Martha spent
..--- Successor to K. H. Oakley :
Labor in Fort Myers. '
Day I Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Hayes'spent Florence Graham returned ':}.,t1Ij .'.,

'' Mrs. J. A. McGehee, Wilbur and the Mrs. week-end E. L.Hayes at Bonita returned Springs.with Saturday from ,Jacksonville where ........................................................................................................... .....................NNNNM/1NNN.. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..NNNNNNNN. . .-.. """',,'""
sr. she has been visiting for several .-. ;;'j
Runelle McGehee were visitors in Ic ;
them for a visit. .:., E.:. ,
N 0 T
Fort Myers Wednesday.Mr. weeks. Miss Edith Graham, who .;. .:.. -;\"':
accompanied her, remained in Jack- .. ...
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Dyess and To New and Old Arrivals in ClewistonRegister ';' '1.
and Mrs. B. J. Schroeder and sonville, having accepted employ- .;
daughter, Mary Katherine, motoredto .. -:t: '.
ment in the office of Dun and
son, Joe, returned Monday froma I 2 ',
Key West during (Labor Day Bradstreet. x:: jour name and present address with, us so your X ,j
stay' at Bradenton Beach. week-end. .:. friends and relatives will have no trouble locating you as';' ;'rii

I :i: we will gladly direct them personally to your home. ::c: ,I ',1's' 1
;J Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Arey spent Turk-Dewar obligation. AVe only want to do our +
Mr.. and Mrs. Manuel Galigher, .. There is no charge or
the week-end" with: relatives in who moved to. Clewiston recently .;. part rendering a needed service to the visitors and restt:

Orlando. from' Kissimmee, have taken one :s: dents of Clewiston. Register Today.; .;. j'
Miss' Eleanor Dewar, daughter of

a Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Dobbins and of the Schult 'Apartments. Mrs. Wm. Witheen of Detroit, :i: GULF SERVICE STATION" .:=!:=

y. children spent the week-end with Mich., became the bride of R. W. .:. :0 '.
Mrs. Zerney Meredith and Patsy .:. G. B. THOMAS, Mgr. :s. ::
relatives in West Palm Beach. Turk of Toledo, Ohio, in a simple

in Meredith Orlando are for visiting a' few Mr.days.Meredith They ceremony performed at Trinity ...N..N.N.N.H..M..N..M..N..N..N.N.N..N..N..N.N..H.N.N..N...........1..N..N..N..N..N..N.N..N..N..N..N.N.N.N.N.N..M..N..N..N.N..N..N. ..M..N..N..NI J... \:..

Miss June Hooker has returned Church, Toledo, on Sunday, ,August
will also spend a short while in
from West Palm Beach where she 25. Rev. Benedict Williams offi- '''
Jacksonville before returning home.. I i1111QIiflttilnhI'r'
spent the summer with relatives. ciated.

Mrs. Frank Cothern and daughters The ceremony was performed at .
Mr. and :Mrs. A. D. Dixon and ', Qe .
Doris and Janis spent several four o'clock in the afternoon In

children spent Labor Day week-end days in Tampa the latter part of the presence of only close friends 0

with relatives in Augusta, Ga. last week, called there by the ill- and relatives. The bride's only at-

ness of her .mother, Mrs. Ida Cox. tendant was Miss Eunice Water-
t Marvin Altman has returned to field of Sandusky, Ohio and the

:, Gainesville after a two weeks' visit The Rev. Ray G. Walden of groom was attended by Holmes J. with us, 'Iou
with friends and relatives here. Oc.coun\ } -
Franklin of Toledo.
Bronson spent the week-end here, haYe 0 ndoUors ot a timelus
ou { .
supplying the pulpit at the Baptist Mrs., Turk is a native of Michiganand When i t a fe w 01 your
Mrs. T. B. Shelley of Miami visit- to out
church for both morning and eve- lived the greater' part of her = con can savewhoever semi- .
ed this week with Mr. and Mrs.E. 'Iou compounded
ning ,services. life in ''Detroit where she attended "
E. Kelly. earnings we py' worth wh\el\ _
public school and was graduatedfrom good saving

I Morris Ford left Sunday for high school. Following her =4 The annually\\ I reo\\\\ make todo .and \let
Claude L. Downs has returned'
Charleston, S. C. where he enters graduation she"accepted a positionas i = i 10 t Insured SavlA9s
from a stay of several weeks In not come 0bout our ,
The Citadel for his second year. an instructor in acrobatic danc- W'ny

Hendersonville, N. C.fJ Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Ford accom- ing in the Fox Theatre's 'academy, us teU 'fOU more 1st on 0\\\
= the
panied him to West Palm Beach. the largest dancing school of the _. p\on.\ l Earnings from *.
Mrs. Christine Wainwright and ft.W
., city. At its closing she accepted a received by
Mrs. W. C: Nail were visitors Sat- funds
Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Wilson visit- position in a private academy.Mr. 'W
urday in West Palm Beach.
ed in Gainesville over the week-end. Turk lived most of his life

Mr. and Mrs.-E. 'H. Holstme\ Miss, Virginia Lawhon, who spent in Toledo and ,was graduated from I

,the summer with her parents in Scott High School of that city. He
spent the week-end in West Palm Federal
I Clewiston Savingsand
Beach. Baker, Florida, returned with them. then attended Rollins College in

Winter Park, Fla., and was gradua-

Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Rosenbergand Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Jones and ted there in the spring of 1939. He
son spent the week-end at daughters,' Claire and Sandra, returned has had two years of graduate workat Loan

Jupiter.. Monday from a two weeks'vacation Toledo University. In the fall

spent at Jacksonville: of 1939 he came to Clewiston and

:.;. couple Donald of Miller weeks visiting is spending his parents a- Beach. athletic served last coach term of as the principal local school and .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..::.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.,:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:":":":": ::,

Mr. and Mrs. Carlton and
if in Citronelle, Ala. and returns this fall- for another
daughter, Beverly, spent the week- term. s,

end in Miami. Mrs. Carlton and i
Mr. and Mis. Willard F. Simpson Beverly are remaining there for The young couple, after a wed- Sale Closed This Week
spent Labor Day week-end at ding trip to points in Ohio, came to s :
several weeks with her parents.Mr. ..
.. '
Jupiter and West Palm Beach. Clewiston, arriving here Sunday ... .t.

night. They have taken an apartment .:. .:.
and Mrs. R. M. Hare, Jr., : FOR
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Henriksen Ronald Hare, Miss Martha Belle in the Hopkins Building. .y. ...
{ were Saturday visitors in West :

Palm Beach. Renfroe, Mr. and Mrs. Harry I MRS. CLAYTON WATERS, RECENT j I i FIVE BUSINESS,.LOTS _*;

-L- Knight and Sinclair Knight spent BRIDE, IS GIVEN SIIOWKK I .. .. .
the week-end at Fort :Myers Beach. :
Wilbur McGehee leaves Sundayfor .:.

J St. Leo College to re-enter the Mrs. Clayton Waters, who prior I.: s.
Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Broadfoot,
Preparatory department. to her, marriage on June 30th was y
Barbara, Bobby and Billy Broad- Y
Miss Mae Lily Stone, was honored
foot, have returned from threeweeks' Y ;
1 Elbert L. Stewart returned home during with a miscellaneous shower given :: Prices Are Already ::
trip, which they
Wednesday from a week's stay in by her sisters, Mrs Foy Durrenceand
visited at various points in Alabama
I; Tallahassee. : and Tennessee.Mrs. Mrs. W. C. Hooker, Tuesday : BETTER BUY NOW _::
afternoon. The party was at the

County Judge W. T. Maddox of F. R. Maxwell, Van Bush home of Mrs. George Crow and '?'. '. \ ..*.
LaBelle was a business visitor here was a surprise to the honoreo.
and Miss Margaret Jensen of Miami t
yesterday.Mrs. spent Friday here with Mr. and Each guest present* ,was given a +

Mrs. Glen Etherton. Mrs. Maxwell tea towel on which she embroideredher '

Bessie Elliott of Cape May, remained until Monday with her name. These were presented to I! J. E. Beardsley, I:

N. J. is ,.,,
spending a short while here daughter.Mrs. Mrs. Waters by the hostesses. A :

with her daughter, Mrs.. Max :Meluh shower of lovely and useful gifts :::
:;: REAL
and Mr. Meluh.Mr. H. A. Land, Mrs. R. E. was given to the bride... s
Waldron and James Wynn were A dessert course was served at. ;+ 5I +
and Mrs. Solon Crews of visitors In Miami 1 ,- fu\WRENCE ,
Tuesday. James the close of the afternoon. A ": SPICT3U ART .
Fort Myers spent Tuesday here enlisted in the United States Army miniature bride, fashioned of white :s. I_

with their daughter, Mrs E. C and Is awaiting orders tQ report sea-shells dressed in lace with +

Umf! and Mr, bf111f4, for duty, -7' .. a fltwerlngf! veil, wa s on each plate ...bI"-o.. .".'. _.",<.P..t',' .\". t...,.H.Y", 1 :""'::'';,.'."..;.:t(,<, .). {,,":.k).. (,":"":.,(*. (., ,o-. .:..;...;. -.(,H,



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two keys to a. cabin Just before First going Tin over''Hat the top >'

ffith the French army in 1914, the

nephew of General Adrian realized

that his soup bowl was still un-
BY LID A LARRIMORE I packed. So, he fitted it into his
cap and jammed it on his head.

I CHAPTER XV Continued eration and smoothed back her hair. given each other were not comparable lige, running brethlessly, excitedly During the action he was hit on

-22- When she turned, she saw the letter, to the suffering she was endur- to a'cab, to Maine, to John. the head, and later woke up in thE

"Jerry Conover." Gay's smile a cream-colored oblong on dark ing now, to what John would suffer Kate came out from the dining- Hospital. The damage to his cap'

deepened. She leaned back against desk pad. She returned to the desk, when he read her letter. She imag- room as Gay burst into the hall of was ,such that the surgeon congratulated -

.' the leather upholstery, looking out stood i for an instant holding the.. ined him tearing it open in the hall the apartment. him on the thickness of

across the dance floor where cou- letter in her hand, then, moving of Dr. Sargean't home, eagerly, be- "Where have you been?" she his skull, and, remarked that hadIt

ples circled in a wash of artfully swiftly and quietly, went out of the cause he loved her letters, anticipating asked. "I waited luncheon for an been normal he would certainly -

mellowed light. room. in the envelope which bore her hour. You're out of breath. Have have died. Then young Adrian

"You called me up one day and The night doorman spoke to her at hand-writing, a momentary release you been running?" explained why he was still alive.

asked me to take you dancing," con- the entrance of the apartment."I'm from work' which was, to him, un- "Yes, I've been running. We This incident made his uncle experiment -

tinued Todd."Because. going to mail a letter, Wil- interesting and exacting. Sitting on mustn't lose any time." with the steel helmet, .
he was magnificent in liam," she said. the park bench, she tortured her- Kate dropped down on a love-seat which was first issued to French 'I

the sky but no use at all on a dance "Shall I mail it fo' you?" he asked. self by watching his expression in the hall. "What do you mean?" troops under the name of "Le

floor. And you took me. As I remember "No, thank you." change, seeing the brightness fade she asked. casque Adrian," and was instru-

the.subject of aviation Was "Must be mighty important letter I out of his face, his lips quiver with "We're driving to Maine." Gay mental in reducing head injuries

never mentioned between us. Not ," he' said, with a drowsy grin. pain, the agony in his eyes tugged at her arm. "Come! Pack I by 50 per cent.S'peJt.

for six months, at least. Yes, all "Very important, William." She : "I'm going to marry Todd, very what you must but, not much." '

that's true," she added thoughtfully. went out through the door he held soon, by the time you ,receive this, "I'm not going to Maine. I'm go-

"We'd have something-" open for her into the quiet street. perhaps-" But she wasn't going to ing to stay right here and finish

"A great 'deal. I'd try not to be : There was a mailbox at the ,cor- marry Todd, not very soon, not even Anthony Adverse if it takes the rest

too much in evidence. You could ner. Her high narrow heels clickedon as long as John lived and loved her, of my life." C
the concrete pavement. The air as long as she loved him with this E
consider me a part of the landscape, "Don't be silly. 'We're going to
until-" was balmy and smelled of the rivfr. aching intensity that'throbbed with, Maine."

"Todd! she cried in soft protest.She The sky was sown thickly with every throbbing beat "of her heart. "I went to Maine with once
turned to look at him, her eyes, The letter made no sound'. She was not going to marry Todd. and you know what happened."
half-smile falling into the box, but the click of That was settled"' the night she and 46'peaki1 .
shadowed, thoughtful, a "All right then. I'll alone."
her the lid against the'slot when her Kate had arrived at the cabin, when go
trembling across "
: hand released it startled her as John came in and she had watchedhis "Wait a minute. Kate quickly
The music had stopped. It began
caught Gay's arm as she turned.
though a shot had been fired through expression change from brusque
again, a familiar tune. A voice, "What is this all about? You're the
the night. inquiry astonishment. to the soft:
meltingly tender, sang- I .
"'. "Red sails in the sunset Walking back to the apartment and joyous radiance that had shonein most known.head-long" young lady I've ever

house, saying good-night to the door- his eyes.
Far out on the sea-
"I've got to Kate. I wrote
in the lift she mar- go,
man, going up But why shouldn't she
: Their, met. marry
f eyes John a letter last night breaking it
veled at her composure. Whenever, Todd? She loved him in I
_( "Our tune. You bribed them to dearly, quitea
off him I
telling was going to '
i L play it. When you spoke to the during the last three months, she different way. But wasn't that Todd." marry
had thought of making a clean break J
waiter a few minutes -
c "And now you want to beat the \
with John, she had anticipated
fair inHe smiled with a .__
letter to Maine?
I it would her. Now that
"Will pain give
in his
twinkle you
she had written and posted ,the "If I can. Anyway, I'm going, I
< dance with me, Gay? letter she felt of relief. told Suki to call the garage and have wwOjKt.h
tt In silence they walked to the edge only a sense r .Wthc.r.uhryrki1''y4. ,., .. .., ,: -
p'::) ,
my car sent around. I must pack. '{, /,.?d. :<;,:;".,8'h -"< '.v:/.1.<:_;:"<<,:,;,, ""<>>:;-'->"r" :
x. ? of the floor. She slipped into his Had she gotten over it without be- : '"'/<<:'; """f:' :'t.:;:.?:'>:';'':::>:< :( :;:' ""(.x-:< j'i.frJ1t0i.
"Oh, Gay I And I've only my Pull- { ,, jJ: j:
ing' conscious of the ? she : >;
arms, 'so accustomed to his dancing process r .. .. "
man case here!I" Kate wailed. "It'sas ; : :::'' ; h .h.-gx>;1
.\ : technique that her position, her wondered as she prepared for bed. 1 trunk."
big as a
conformed ,instinctively with Nothing in the mechanical move-
steps, J
does that have to do with
>. his. They circled out across the ments involved in writing and post- to Maine?" ..
: floor, rhythmically, with practiced ing the letter had shaken her except my
;" ease, moving as though they were the click of the mailbox lid. Her "Well, you don't think" I'd trust
hand she brushed her hair you to go alone, do you?
f.: one person, her red-brown head as was.
: steady. Her face in the mirror "Will you go with me?" Gay
; 1 close to his blond head,' her dress of ,
;,' cream-colored lace, starched to above the dressing-table, was com- caught Kate's hand and gave it "a ,i-iAsk for NESCOKerosene r'l

; crispness, as fragile as frost-work, posed, thin as it had been all spring, squeeze. "Kate, you are a lamb. RangeBUILT

; a delicate silhouette_ against the the cheek bones accented, shadows "Nonsense!" Kate pulled her hand',

{' black of his evening clothes. under her eyes. No hint of the shattering away. "Go on and pack."
emotion she had .
"That's the way it is with us, anticipated.She
felt more tranquil than she had "It's,nice, isn't it? Kate said as
': Gay, he said after ,a moment. "No ,
turned the car into the street
:,: false starts, no stepping on eachother's for months, physically weary, as Gay on
though she could sleep forever. which Dr. Sargeant lived. "They'reelms
k toes, no necessity for apolo-
; aren't they? Did ever see
: you
: beneath coverlet in
gies. She lay a light "
so many, so tall? "I suggested a more
I' "I'd rather dance with you than the soft narrow bed, her arms "
'' :;:-' anyone. But life isn't all dancing, crossed beneath ,her t head, looking "It's nice now. Gay's eyes i, @ beautiful range, one I
could be proud of a
strained ahead for the square frame ,
Todd. up at the disk of light that the bed- modem for
house which she had rememberedwas range my
"Dancing is'a'symbol. understand stand lamp printed upon the ceiling.At Apftaantt modern kitchen."
painted yellow. "When I was
1f'k each other." time the three
# : some during past : ,
here in March-it was pretty bleak. ...
; Her head turned, drew a little months, had she stopped loving There: ,was a blizzard." "I demanded a rangeO .-
away so that,she ,could look at him. John? No, not that- But had she accepted which uses the cheapest
1 His eyes met hers steadily. the inevitable? Had she been "That must have been jolly. of all fuels...kerosene

"There'd be sailing and dancing," recovering all these weeks since she Kate regarded Gay's profile.uAren't an d.
you'glad I made at that
he said gently. "Friends, a home, had returned from Maine? Had the you stay efficiently!"
Inn last night? You look fresh and
children, if you want them, friend- decision she had avoided, finally' "Go on and pack. ZCQfU 9
rested though I still don't for
care Jfl'"I
ship. They're good things, Gay." made, brought tranquillity rather more lasting She might hurt that hat." wanted positive, accurate -

"Very good things, Todd. But are than the pain she ,had anticipated? way Todd but he could not hurt her. "The house was yellow," Gay 'temperature
they ?" She didn't know. She felt S."i control so necessary in
enough-for you sleepy, There would be children, lovely murmured, slackening the speed of (
"I told you, I'm conceited." He blissfully released from tension and blond children in DePinna play suits. the car. -< .: the preparation" of every ,
:;. : meal. r'
smiled."You're. strain. She turned pulled the lamp filling her life. .
"I don't houses.
see any yellow *
a darling. cord. Darkness pressed against her
Why shouldn't she marry Todd- Are this is the right Opmiion
: "Will you, Gay?" closed eyelids, heavy and soft, blot- you sure "I desired convenience
: One "
Two children toward her.
i ran street? features such .
"I'll think-I'll try-I'll see" ting out objects, smothering thought, her as
of them stumbled and caught at
: "I've written the address a good reliable oven heat in
blessedly wel-
quieting as an.opiate,
to keep from falling. Dark eyes many times. Oh!" Gay gave a lit- dicator ample storage
come. Her hand to
Gay's evening
from moving
wrap slipped an accustomed -
looked at her from thin dark and
a i accessible
up tle cry.uThere 'are Nat and Skip- 'r space
her shoulders, fell ,to the floor She position beneath her cheek
face. Her heart gave a lurch. She had d fuel tanks and
This is the house. They've
walked to the desk felt She py.
across betweenthe heavy. sighed, murmuredand burners."
smiled and started to speak, but the it painted white."
windows. When you killed a was asleep. I
thing, you killed it quickly. She child raced on, beyond her, out of She drew in at the curb, pulled 9
her reach.A "I suggested porcelain
the brake shut off the motor. "Hel
seated herself, selected a sheet of XVI ,
CHAPTER; and white finishes .
letter mailed at midnight,She "
lo Admiral Byrd? she called.TO .
note paper, drew the pen from its ,
burner smooth
4 1..:, ; holder. Gay dropped down, on a bench in or could less.drive Leaving to Portland now,in she ten wouldbe hours' ( BE CONTINUED)
,: "John, darling" The pen moved :Central Park and glanced at her no bolts and
a steadily across the, sheet of''cream- wrist-watch. Ten minutes of two. there before midnight. Or, she'might Consumption of Cheese hinges to accumulate I"
: ,: colored beneath the drive as far as Boston tonightand CJrann r ,dirt." .
; paper, engraved Kate would have had luncheon with
on to Portland in the morn Shows Upward Trend
:', c" address of her_ mother's apartment. out her wondering where she go
ing. Her heart beat quickly, hope- THESE FEATURES ARE YOURS IN A NESCO
.c "We have hurt each other'toot Todd would probably have called. Americans are eating more

: much ,and too often. It isn't your He had said last night She fully. She took a Sew rapid steps cheese, says the bureau of agricul-

;1' fault or mine I ,love you. I have sighed and put, it out of her mind, forward. tural economics. The upward trendin NESCOA
.'' tried as you have tried, but trying her weary glance returning to the But.John would have had the.letter consumption has been especially
'''S does I'm by then. Would he? She wasn't the com pl.'. new lin. of ,{.
no good. going to marry Park. So children rolled hoops noticeable during past seven or portable b.rot.n. round
Todd, very soon, by the time you again. 'Why did they combine pink sure. And to go dashing up there, eight years. and cabinet heater

receive this, perhaps, we will have geraniums with those striped green would be a concession. He had not In depression years, from 1929 to

been married. He understands, as and dark red plants? Where did all come to her here. They had parted, 1932, the per capita consumption of;

you must and will. There can be the strange-looking people 'one saw after the time she had spent in his cheese dropped slightly. Since then NATIONAL ENAMELING AND

no peace for either you or me while come from? ,How long did it takea mother's home, not entirely reconciled the trend has been sharply upwardand STAMPING COMPANY' "" .

iI, we continue to fight something that letter mailed at midnight to reach a distance between them last year it was 25 per cent ,,311 N12thv5treetiMilwaukeeys.Ptrformtnct .
.'.' is too big for us, something ,which Portland, Maine? I which both recognized but which nei- greater than in '1930. '

we cannot alter or control. Would he receive it in the late afternoon I ther had made an effort to close.: If During the past five years the use

I want peace for you, for myself. delivery today? Was there a he loved her, and wanted her- He, of cheese has averaged 5.34 poundsper Man's AchievementsFive

You will find it in your work. I delivery in the afternoon? Why hadn't been able to leave, of course. person, compared with 4.59 thousand years have added

"SS will find it, eventually, in the life hadn't she called the post-office this But now that Dr. Sargeant had re pounds in the 1925-29 period. In AO improvement to the hive of
which Todd and I when she woke and turnedGay's chin lifted above 1910-14..it averaged 4.28 pounds and
4S together, will cre- morning realized the bee, nor to the house of the
.: what she had done? Wouldn't there the scarf knotted at her throat under in 1900-1904 the average was 4.04 beaver but look at the habitationsand
selfreproachful.:: have been time enough, then, to the jacket of her dark flannel pounds per person. the achievements of men.-

p; you. You must not regret what has stop the letter? All sorts of red-tape, suit.: She wouldn't humble herselfto This upward trend in the use of Colton.

o :: happened. Keep the memories of she supposed, and she hadn't been return to Maine. She wouldn't- cheese, the bureau points out, has

r the happy times we've had and for- sure that she wanted it stopped. She Why shouldn't she? Was it pride, been in contrast with the trendsin

\,. get the others I wasn't .sure now. In spite of the false-pride, the wilful arrogance she consumption of many other staple 100 IN THE SHADE
I way her heart ached and the faint- had fought against, that was 'restraining food products. Consumption of but- 1 Oh:) BUT COMFORT IN YOUR "

; The pen came to a stop. She ness which made her so weary, her? Was it pride that, last 'ter during the past five years was 0 SHOES WITH HEAT FAMOUS POWDER.

;., read what she had written. It hadn't she done the right thing, the night, had compelled her to half about the same as in the pre-war A MEXICAN

seemed adequate. There was nothing best thing for both herself and John? promise Todd she would marry him, years of 1910-14, but considerablyless

t to add except her name. She There was Todd, of course. Butif to write the letter to John? Pretty than in 1900-1904. In the past Always the Future

t. wrote it quickly, folded the sheet of he was willing to take a chance stupid to let pride rob you of the 40 years the trend in per capita con- When all else is lost the future

note-paper, enclosed it in an envelope Strange how calm she'd been last thing you wanted more than any- sumption of meats has been down- still remains.-Bovee.

S found a stamp. "Dr. John L. night, dancing with Todd, half prom- thing in the world. Pretty stupid ward.

', Houghton," Dr. Sargeant's address ising to marry him, writing that and obstinate to let something beau By types, consumption of American -

in Portland. Her writing was clear, I letter to John and posting it. She'd tiful slip through your fingers because or cheddar cheese has shown

t each letter distinct and carefully slept, too, deeply and restfully. It you were accustomed to hav- the greatest increase. From 1930 AT 11

i formed. It betrayed no sign of emo was not until this morning when ing' your own wilful way- to 1937 the increase was 33 per cent. 400DDIUO '

; tion. She was glad of that. There she,,woke that she had realized what She did not know when she made This cheese is the principal type Woos

: was nothing to indicate hesitancy. she had done. This morningHowlong the decision. She was hardly aware produced in the United States, mak- +IAJKW emu f

1' She glanced at the clock on the would it take a letter mailed a that she had until she found her- ing up over 71 per cent of the total

t night stand beside her bed. Better little after midnight to reach Port- self running through the park to in recent years. The second largest SUOUllUU

r to mail it now than to wait until land, Mane? the nearest point at which she might increase-32 per cent-has been in

) morning. She rose, stooped, picked The words she had written recurred hope to hail "a cab, a ,tall beautiful the consumption of cream or ua CWRHEUMATISMS

} up her evening wrap. Standing be- to her. "We have hurt each .girl in a .dark ,tailored suit and a :neuf tel'cheese. Consumption of 8 irt4 = l sedRe1

fpre the mirror she ,slipped it on, ..other too much and,,too often." That; small .bright .hat, .running along? :a Swiss cheese 'has increased ,23 pea
l' cured the fastenings with delib- & 'waa' true. But the 'hurts they had paved walk beneath sun dappled fb- cent since 1930.
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life and the native flora of Florida r State Law Makes All man 'In Florida between the ages the rich Redland fruit and truck-

MURALS I greeted him at every point along specified is automatically made a ing section to .the enterprising city

this rugged coast line. New to I Men Militia Members member'of the militia or National of Homestead. Then you leave the I

the countryside were the coconut Guard, and is subject to immediatecall mainland for Key ,Largo which
DEPICT "BAREFOOT"MAIL palms. Swept in from the sea should the law be Invoked or carries you to the real jumpingoffplace.

from a wrecked schooner these Bradenton, Sept. 5-(FNS)-Regardless emergency arise Persons with limited vocab-

ROUTE OF '80S cocoa nuts were soon to become of federal action in the ularies term this particular' stretchof

prolific natives of America. matter of conscription every able Many Are Aided By road "bumpy" or "wavy". WhatI

Hamilton carried the same scant bodied man in the state of Florida called it has no place here--but

considerable color to the equipment on his route.-a hatchet' between the ages .of 18 and 45 State Welfare Board I might suggest that if your upper

Adding and a pall to dip Into any chance are members of the state militia plate isn't anchored tight you'd

walls of the West Palm Beach Port pool of fresh rain water. Drinking and may be called for military better take it out before 'you start,

Office lobby, the six murals the Fine re- water was always a problem In this service in that organization at the Jacksonville, Sept.- 5-(Special- and don't expect too much from
there by '
cently Public Buildings wasteland. Along his route he will of the Governor, it was pointedout During the month of July 36 per- springs or snubbcrs.
Arts Division painted by would have carefully arranged here by William J. Roy, local sons applied for public assistanceOld We were ready 'to stop and rest

Administration tiohanos., were They show six catchers for the precious rain. lawyer and member of the State; ( Age Assistance, Aid to the when we reached Marathon Key
in commemoration of the Often it would be a piece of wreck- Legislature. Blind and Aid to Dependent Children where Mrs. Brown made us mighty

scenes and courageous service giv- age as shown in this scene that "Here in Florida," aid Ray, "we ) in the Eighth Welfare Dis- comfortable at her delightful Over-

en patient by James E. Hamilton in the would catch and hold the rain have been living under a conscription trict, 68 applications were disposedof seas Lodge which is strictly modern

days : when the mail had to be water. provision of the Florida constitution and 318 cases were reviewed, according with large airy well-furnished rooms ::4

"walked" from Lake Worth to Mi- With Lake Worth well behind far more drastic than the to a report by the public and cuisine that is the best.

ami on the famous "Barefoot him and his pack increasing with Burke-Wadsworth bill.; assistance department to the State Signs along the highway invite

Route." mail and packages the mail carrier Pointing to article 14 of the state Welfare Board at its last regular you to stop for Turtle Steak or

Mr. Dohanos was awarded the reaches a small community which I constitution, he showed that it- monthly meeting. The district Lime Pic, two specialties found

commission for the West Palm boasts of a postmaster. The few reads: comprises the following counties: only on the, keys, while fresh sea-

Beach paintings on the basis of letters are easily added to the mail "All able bodied male inhabitantsof Charlotte, Collier, DeSoto:; Glades, food of every description is, always
designs which he man's bundle. This town of Del the state- between the ages of Hardee, Hendry, Highlands, Lee, available and we found prices for

the submitted competent in a nation-wide com- Ray truly was fortunate to have 18 and 45 years that are citizens Manatee, and Sarasota. both :food and accommodations most

postal service because only a few of the United States, or- have declared The report further showed that reasonable.
held by the Section of
petition people lived there. A convenient their intention to become during July 97 persons had appliedfor
Fine Arts. His decision to tell the Deep sea fishing, of course, is a
place for the mail carriers to rest I citizens thereof, shall constitutethe WPA certification, two for NYA
story of Hamilton's exploits was major attraction and there are
overnight, it was eagerly approached militia." certification, 413 for surplus commodities -
made following consultations numerous camps where one may
I after the hard trip from Lake Ray points out that it specifically 47 for CCC enrollment,
research in the West Palm Beach stop and secure a guide and boat. .
Worth. says "shall" and not "may". I and that 91 applications for WPA
area. Though the Hamilton legendis We waited,however, to reach Key
Another section of the article certification, two for NYA certifica-
well-known, the new murals With no means of transportation .- West and after being comfortably
empowers the Governor to "call out tion, 400 for surplus commodities
represent the first picturization of travelers or newcomers to I located at the La Concha Hotel we
the militia to preserve the public and 42 for CCC enrollment had
the trips made by the mail carrier this strip of coastline would pay I I arranged with Pauley Artman, son
peace, to execute the laws of the i been disposed of in the district.A .
dollars each
whose skill and endurance may be the mail carrier two of the publisher of the Key West
state, to surpress insurrection or state summary, also submittedto
said to symbolize the pioneering I for the privilege of accompanyinghim Citizen, to take us on a fishing
to invasion. the Board revealed that
repel 1,172
spirit of the men and women who to points farther along the -"" excursion in his trim little boat
The Legislature is'given authorityto persons applied for public assistancein
helped to found the modern communities route. The mail carrier's knowl- "The Marlin". Eugene Dobson and
provide by law "for organizingand Florida during the month, 1,553
enabled him to
edge of the route
of Florida.In Gould Curry served as instructors,
'disciplining the militia". applications were disposed of and '
recent letter to the Sectionof capitalize on these travelers. They and, carrying us to the Gulf Stream,
a This The second amendment to the _8,261 cases were reviewed. Duringthe
Fine Arts Mr. Dohanos out- were "Walking Passengers., ; they saw to it that. we got plentyof
United States Constitution says: same period 2,353 persons applied -
shows two such'men doing I
each panel fish, fun and sunburn. Everyone -
lines the subject matter for "A well regulated militia, being for WPA certification, 91 for
their: best to keep pace with the in the party caught something.The .
of the six panels as follows: / necessary to the security of a free NYA certification, 5,657 for surplus
hardy mail man on the weary walk. barracuda, mackerel and bonita
'"The Barefoot Route" was a state, the right of the people to I I commodities, 1,939 for CCC en-
The mail carrier crosses Hills- gave us plenty of excitement and
strip of beach approximately 80 ,. keep and bear arms, shall not be rollment, and that 2,357 applica-
boat. This while we didn't catch a sailfish
borough Inlet in a row we
miles long. unmarked by trails or infringed." tions for WPA certification, 91 for
: boat legend of the times. saw one hauled in a neighboring
roads, between the Lake Worth was a The federal constitution also givesto NYA certification, 5,097 for surplus
The mail carrier used it boat.
area and Miami. James E. Hamil- the Congress the power to "raise commodities and 1,765 for CCC en- I

ton walked this distance and back I unwritten law never to use or and support armies, but no appropriation rollment were disposed of. Key West has taken a new leaseon

once each week with the mail and move the mail man.sboat.no of money to that use shall i More than one-fifth of the total life with renewed activity at her
matter how great the temptation, I 'naval base. The town was'full of
for the residents along for of assistance
packages be longer than a period two public case load was reviewed -
the was rigidly held for years. Until officers, sailors and marines, whilea
the route. In those days ( years. during month, in addi- :

1880's) this was the only way of the fatal day of James E. Hamil- "So technically every able bodied tion to routine activities, the: report never ending stream of tourists r

getting mail to and from Miami. ton's death there was never any I brought out. I i 1 i did their share to keep things liveo

infringement on this very neces- '! ly. There is only one Key West,
Hamilton finally lost his life in !
sary rule. CLEWISTOX COMMUNITY: CHURCH! and you have not really seen Florida -
line of duty. A bronze tablet milk of which is an excellent sub-
The story about his death is I I until you visit it.
marks the spot at Hillsborough Inlet stitute for drinking water.
this On October 11th 1887 Ham- Kent Pendleton Stated Supply. i
where he is supposed to have : The scene shown is near the end

been drowned on October 11, 1887. ilton found his boat gone. On his of the trip to Miami, but the return The Bible school meets at 9:45B. I
C. Flaniken is superintendent.The ORDER TO APPEAR
previous trip north he had mooredit
The mural depicts typical incidentsin trip must be made without I

the course ,of one of Hamilton's at the usual place in a clump of delay. It is interesting that in those Worship hour begins at IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
Q a. m. Beardsley
bushes. He finally preceivedhis
trips during the same year he lost mango days many pound packages of i I. OF- FLORIDA. IN AND. FOR
his life. boat moored to the other side coffee and other edibles were sent choir director and Mrs. J. H. .Dotyis IIENDRYCO'YNTY'.
Themail carrier leaves Jupiter of the inlet. Evidently a tramp or by mail. These, together with the the pianist : VIA DELLA FRENCH.

Light. This is the start of his beachcomber had disregarded the letters were often very burdensome.The The C. E. society meets on Monday i i Plaintiff -
rule known to in that at 7:30 p. m. Lee Pridgen is -,
eighty-mile trek to Miami. With every person hardy mailmen like Hamilton, VSLEON )-

his mail pack, slung over his back region and had crossed: the inlet. in the 80's and 90's, however, were president and the program leader .

he heads south to the nearest town Hamilton evidently took the chanceof always cheerful, willing men who will be Dick Owen. '! Defendant FRENCH,

which was Lake Worth, later re- swimming across to bring the seemed to feel that part of their I
boat back in order to take the Too Late To ClassifyContinued HILL FOR DIVORCE
named West Palm Beach. The job was to help in any way they

lighthouse keeper and his wife, mail across. He lost his life in could the lonely settlers who lived f THE STATE OF FLORIDA:

two of' the few white people in the that attempt. Searchers that week along the "Barefoot Route." from Page 4) TO_It LEON appearing FRENCH: from: the Plaintiff's

region, watch Hamilton dep ii.on' found his clothing and mail sack Though only 33 jears of age, :Mr., spread their nets; great springs aT. sworn Bill of Complaint that jour
intact and safe and the row boat Dohanos has established harbor within 'address is unknown, it is hereby
his _regular weekly trip with the already thrilling scenes their -.ordered that you. are required to appear -
mail. Through all kinds of weather still tied to the bushes on the himself as an outstanding crafts- crystal depths; historic spots ,where on the 7th day of October, 1940,
south side of the inlet. No trace in the field of the decorative' before the above entitled court, to
1 the mail carrier held to his strict man crumbling vineclad walls, and mys- the Bill of Complaint filed against '1

schedule. The overnight stops on was found of Hamilton. There is arts. Born in Ohio, his serious terious shellmounds tell of an you in the above entitled cause and

the march ahead were welcome to a difference of opinion as to whether art studies were begun in Cleveland. 1 the Clewiston News is hereby designated -
earlier day-all this, and Miami too, as the newspaper in which this
the footsore mail man. And he wasa sharks or alligators were the cause Following'' a course in painting and order shall be published once a week

welcome sight to the inhabitants of Hamilton's death. 'He was drawing which he took by cor- is FLORIDA. :I for WITNESS four (4) the consecutive Honorable weeks.George W.

encountered on his journey. known to be a strong swimmer and respondence, he began to attend Enjoyable at any time, but thrilling Whitehurst as Judge of this Court,

A strip of beach with a remnantof no one believed he had drowned. the evening classes of the Cleve- as a first experience, is the of and LaBelle the Seal, Hendry of this Court County in, the Florida city,

a sailing ship, bleached and The mail carrier refreshed him- land School of Art. The scholarshipswhich trip from Miami to Key West. You this September 4. 1940.

faded and almost entirely covered self with cocoanut milk. This wasa he won repeatedly each of (Seal) WILLIAM T. HULL.
Clerk of Circuit Court or
journey south through! busy bustling
with the everchanging sand makesa welcome luxury on the trip. the years he attended the'school Hendry County Floiida

representative background for Scattered along the coast line, werea were the first recognition of his Miami suburbs over a velvet smooth By INEZ MAGILL, D. C.
I J. M. COUS .
the fast walking mail carrier. Wild few trees beaing the nut, the I talents.-Palm Beach Post, highway that carries you through ; Solicitor for Plaintiff.

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