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 15, 1939
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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VOLUME 18, NUMltER 40 _m _

: Sugar Quota Is : RemovedBROADFOOT '

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SPEAKS CLEWISTON I DEFEATS List Of TeachersFor I Plowing Under Of 5,000 Acres ,Of

Clewiston Schools ,


i Richard W. Turk, Principal.

1. AT KIWANIS MEETING 5-2 HERE ON SUNDAYThe Mrs.Mrs. Agnes Mary Baker.Miss Thomas.. .. By ProclamationHearing -


A. R. Broadfoot of the U. S. En- Clewiston baseball team Robert Lado. Sept. 19 GRINDING SEASON AT
trounced the Fort Myers Caloosas: I ,
gineers was the guest speaker Vergil Hall. CLEWISTON MILL
Kiwanis 5-2 here Sunday afternoon in a con On Cane PatentsRising
the weekly meeting, of the '
I test halted by rain in the eighthinning. Mrs. Livonia Holstine, i
Inn and
at the Clewiston gave The plowing under of 5,000
,rClub interesting talk, illustrated This is the second meetingof Miss Evelyn Burhans, .
of maturing in
sugar prices lend importance acres sugar cane
series of and graphs the two teams, Clewiston having Mrs. Margaret Arey, I II
with a maps II to a Florida Supreme Court the Everglades area was warded off
on the statistical data gathered by won both games. Miss Alice Steinholtz, I test of the ownership of patents on by a proclamation issued by President -
during and followingthe Fort Myers took the lead ,in the
the engineers
Miss Evelyn Bell new types of cane which will boost Roosevelt Monday, indefinitely
recent "laboratory" hurricaneof second inning by scoring one run
Mrs. Louise Greene. the production of the Evergladesarea. suspending the quota restrictions
August 11 and 12 and of reinforcing when McDaniel was hit by a pitched on sugar producers, according to

work being 'done on some 1 ball and scored on RobInson'sdouble. Teachers For Harlem SchoolA. The court will hear argumentsSept. Jay W. Moran, general manager of

' 1,, i of the levees at this time. The lead was shortlivedfor 19 on whether the rights to the United States Sugar Corporation -
': Clewiston came back in her A. Thomas, principal.
graphs: .
Mr. Broadfoot produced the three new species of cane be-
half of the same inning to score :Viola Thomas,
j which were made from data as- Arthur Bourne
long to Dr. Benjamin With crews of men at work plac-
sembled at the various hurricane twice: and, take a lead which they : Naomi Cornell. the
who developed them, or to ing all of the corporation's equip-
i gates during the advance of the never relinquished. Hooks, first up, State. ment in readiness for the openingof
smashed out a long triple but was Teacher for Bare Beach Colored
I hurricane which showed the relation Circuit Judge George W. White- the 1939-40 harvest season on

I' between the fall in atmospheric thrown; out at the plate attemptingto School hurst held that the patents are the October 20th, news of the liftingof
: ; stretch it to a four-base blow.
.- pressure as recorded on the auto- ; Albert Robertson. property of Dr. Bourne even though quota restrictions was hailed

; matic barographs with the wind Roberts followed Hooks and singled, he produced the new types of cane with joy in the Everglades. The
velocities, taken from the anemo- Hare drew a pass and both Roberts by the
while he was employed sugar corporation has 21,100 acres
graphs and the lake stages as and Hare scored on the second basenan's I State's Everglades Agricultural Experiment of sugar cane which is near matur-
Clark's grounder.In R. BOE IS ELECTED
shown by the recording tide gauges. error on station. The State appealed ity and independent growers havean

In every' instance the wind velo- the next inning Clewiston on the claim that Bourne 'was additional 1600 acres of cane

cities increased as the barometric scored twice. Bell singled, Hooks CHAIRMAN OF NEW employed for the specific purpose of which will be processed at the

I pressure decreased and the lake was safe on a fielder's choice, Hare finding new varieties of sugar, cane. Clewiston sugar house. Under the

,: : levels either Increased or decreased was safe -on the left-fielder's error sugar act of 1937, 25 percent of

according to the direction of the and Bell scored. Avant's single FIRE COMMITTEE Dean King LandsTarpon this acreage was scheduled to be

wind. During a hurricane, he said, 'scored Hooks. The final Clewiston plowed under. The corporation has

!i the wind either drives the water tally came in the fourth when Wells I At OrtonaDean an additional acreage of young

I, ,away or toward any point which I reached first' on an error Bell singled I R. Doe, Glades county member cane, which will not be maturedfor
affected that peak wind velocity Wells scored on two infield -
,i is so a and I of the new Everglades Fire Control this harvest season.

''I might show a low water I outs by Carlton and Hooks. I board and the father of the original King proudly displayed this The sugar house is scheduled to

:' stage at one time and a short time Fort Myers second score came in fire control act in the 1935 morning in front of the B. and B. start grinding about October 20th,

;) later after the center of the storm i the seventh inning when Williams i legislature ,was elected chairman of Cash Grocery a 92-pound tarpon and with quota restrictions liftedon

has passed and the wind has shifted reached first on Hare's error, stole I the new board, at its organization which he landed Thursday afternoonat this crop, will continue for a

may show a high level. second and scored on Cook's single. I meeting in West: Palm Beach Wed the Ortona Locks. full harvest, completing its grinding -

,He told of how the office had Forbes Clewiston moundsman- nesday. .' Mr.: King stated that 'he hookedthe the latter part of April., Mr..

t placed 'a., man, in the .field after C the all 'yed only four-safe_ blows' and l I Alto ',.Watford, JOkeechobee county fish at six o'clock 'in the afternoon Moran statedthat if the -suspension -

hurricane had passed torec- struck out four Fort Myers batters. t member, was elected secretaryof and landed him after a fort: of quota restrictions should be

I ord wind velocities andpr ssures Young for Fort Myers: yielded eight the board. J. F. Colson of Pa-; minute, fight. '.He was using Shake made permanent it would give opportunity -

along the entire area affected in I hits and struck out ten batters. I hokee, Palm ,Beach county member fepeare:; salt water tackle with a'' for expansion of the ,sugar -

the hurricane's passage across 'the 1: Three errors were charged to each, was the chairman pro tern and had thirty-pound test line. His bait wa- industry in the Everglades.,
L state., The information received in team and nearly all of them were the bass plug and when the
[charge of the meeting during an ordinary Sugar prices began to soar shortly -
this way had permitted the engin- ostly. election of officers. fish was landed only one set of after the outbreak of the European -
eers to trace the exact course of Lineups: Fort Myers: Briggs, If; still on the
i It was in recognition of Mr. Boe'eeffective the gang hooks were I war, and Florida housewives
J the center of the storm which cor- Bracewell, rf; '''Mitts, 2b; McDaniel, work in passing the, origi- plug. The screws_ had been pulled found' themselves paying almost

responds very closely, to the wea- "3b; Robinson, 2b; Moger 2b; Williams I nal fire control act in 1935 and from the plug by the others which twice; as much for sugar as they

ther bureau's charts. ss; Cook-; Young, p; Fox the fact that he was the first mem- were still hanging to the fish' were paying a week earlier., Mr.

The speaker said that similar cf.; Clewiston: Wells, 2b;' Bell,' If; ber of the' new board appointed by lower jaw. The fish was almost six Moran's opinion was that the ,.

data would be' kept on all future Carlton, 3b; Hooks Ib; Roberts, Governor Fred P. ''Cone as well as feet l long. President had struck a vital blow -

storms with an attempt made each cf; ; R. Hare, ss; L. Hare ss; Avant his ,knowledge of, Everglades fire Tarpon are said to be plentifulat against unwarranted high prices

time to more nearly attain perfec- rf; Clark, c; Forbes, p. I control work that won for him the the Locks at this time. for this commodity

tion.Mr. (Continued on Page 8) "Within the past several days
Broadfoot also describes the Section Of Levee To BOB EAKDSLEY IS WIXMHt the American housewife has been
work being done on the East shore SEARS SCHOLARSHIP
I County ,Gets $39,432For OF ;confronted with a bewildering skyrocketing -
levee to strengthen it against erosion -
: Be Marl Surfaced of food and other household -
from the action of the of J, E.
wave Bob Beardsley son foremost
I Teacher Salaries commodity prices,
open lake and said that a study of i Beardsley, of Clewiston, has been among which was sugar," said Mr.

the results of the recent- storm in The U. S. Engineers have begun: named as one of the recipients ofa :Moran! "Under our sugar control

(Continued on Page 8) I I.placing, as an experimental project, Hendry county has been appor- Sears, Roebuck and Company of system we have looked to foreign

a half mile of marl surfacing or tioned $39,432 _by the state for I(scholarship at the University countries, and other oversea areas'

Womens Day Observed the levee about three miles south current teacher salary and trans- Florida. The announcement was for more than,, 70 per cent of :our I
of Port Mayaca. The marl is secured 0 to 'made by R. C. Beaty, dean of stu- sugar requirements. The demands
portation expenses
from the ,lake dents at the university, who said from these overseas -
i 'By Democratic Party in its natural state statement made this week by Colin II I for higher prices
bed and is spread on the levee to z JI English, state superintendent of the scholarship would pay $90 per areas since commencement of

I! depth of nine inchesIt will thor public instruction. This is made ;year. He reported that a very' large European hostilities has with suddenness -
Mrs. R. H. Knight, Democratic I be thoroughly rolled and compacted ,- from the state teachers salary fund, I number of applications were made I laid heavy hand on the
It" thickness of about six inch:. I for the scholarships. American housewife's pocketbook.She .
committeewoman for Hendry county -{ to a which is based on average daily at-
I of 19:> I
Young Beardsley was one for President -
I announces that a radio program I es. tendanc.. should be
will be broadcast over all networks The marl is being taken from the \ freshmen selected for the honor. He : Roosevelt's intervention.

I from 9:30 to 10:00 p. m. Saturday lake bed by the dredge Caloosa- I The average daily attendance in .will study in the college of agriculture -I'"The, fallacy of insisting that
Hendry county last year was 865, the Uni-
1 1I Arundel Cor- after completing
leased from
September 16th commemorating hatchee the I (Continued on Page 8)
I "Democratic Women's Day". poration for the purpose, loaded which was 38 pupils more 'sersity's General College. ,
! to average the previous year. The Bob graduated last June from
Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt will onto barges to be transported
I deliver the principal address, substituting some loading point for transfer to average daily attendance of the the Pahokee High School.SMALL Parkinson Named
: state as a whole was increased last
for the President who trucks.
,gave up his plans for the address The surfacing is being appliedto year and boosted this year's appor- TWISTER STRUCKMOORS Legion Commander
tionment for the state teacher'ssalary TIIUKSDAY
because he believes that in these test the resistance of this marl HAVEN
I fund to $12,091,793. The
days of tension his remarks shouldbe to erosion. It is hoped that it will
first distribution to the counties is moved in \ C. V. Parkinson was elected com-
hardness A miniature
addressed to all citizens regard- compact to sufficient
93 of
scheduled for September 15. 6:30 mander of Clewiston Post
less of political affiliation. that it will prove practical "as a : I from Lake Okecchobee, about Wednesday.
minor Fifty-five counties which reported :Thursday afternoon and'swept the American Legion
This broadcast will be the first blanket to prevent even held at the
radio program put on entirely by sion to the levee. increased school attendance have through the business and icsidoiUla night. The election at was the' Clewiston

women on coast to coast net-works. I i been allotted more funds from the section of Moore Haven disrupting regular meeting

Columbia, Mutual and the Red New Sidewalks Are I state. Allotments to 11 counties are power lines and doing considerable! of Inn.Other officers chosen for I the
network of the National Broadcasting less than the amount they received damage to roofs and windows \
company will carry the pro- from the state last year. The greatest homes in its narrow path. Large coming year are:
Under Construction I vice-commander,
in and a C. E. Robbins,
gram. I increases in attendance were limbs were torn from trees
I Hillsborough, Dade, Escambia, Dn- few small trees uprooted. No injur- E. M. Cornette adjutant,
Gravely, chaplain G. B.
val, Jackson, Orange counties. ies were reported.The L.
I SCHOOL ANNOUNCEMENT being constructed
Sidewalks andJ.
are Thomas, historian, S. A. Graves
in. from
}i south side of Florida counties employed about "twister" moved
by the city along the sergeants at arms.
M. Couse
\ said .
I t, All pupils in the Junior and Sen- i f the highway from Atlantic Avenueto 450 more teachers last year than the northeast and observers These officers will be installedat
requestc This includesthe : the year before. The principal increase I that it seemed to split up and lose
I for High School classes are San Pedro Avenue. struck the the next meeting of the Legion.
( : y ed to register in the principal's office two blocks from the Standard in attendance was in the 'part of its force when it Chief interest of the Legion meet-
I mile east of, the
I on Thursday and Friday, September Service Station to the street cross- I high schools, largely from childrenIn I government levee a in addition to the election was
a severe -
wind accompanied
; 21st and 22nd, between the ing nearest the school building.The rural areas attending city Jocks. The in the discussion of a program of
I and in surrounding -
electrical storm
i .1 hours of ten and twelve. This applies city council decided to construct schools. About 200 additional bus- I rain and hail Americanization. Education along
'I to transfer students from other these sidewalks particularlyas ses were purchased by the counties areas heavy the lines of Americanization is a

'I schools as well as to last year's ,a measure of safety 'for school to provide service for 8,592 was reported.In afternoon part of the regular Legion program
Clewiston school students.The children living on the south side of i i more pupils. There was an increase Clewiston same squall and is carried on both among Legionnaires -
\ school bus will make the the, highway and forced to cross it I in attendance in Florida elementary I about four o'clock a wind and among school pu-
I regular routes on these days and enroute to and from their homes. It schools of'' 2,261 pupils, althoughin !i' was registered at the attained a pils. It has taken on a special significance -

I l l will bring in all students who live is urged that all children use the nearly every other state in the; gates here as having miles I since the development of

: on the routes for registration highway crossing nearest the .school. l nation there is an annual decline I maximum velocity of sixty-one hostilities in Europe.
'''in attendance In thei lower grade!. per hour. :
Richard W. Turk ,Principal. building __._."_ I _, __ '" "

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U. S. Already Discusses Peace Break Your Dog's Bad Habits ,Displayed by Taft ,

When President Taft left the

By Using Hollywood's Method White House he went into lectur-
Allies Will Impose on Germany ing."I

think h ''enjoyed it quite as

- In Event Hitler Vanquished ,.,._l..f.w '-""-"-<'. ""'_ 'h""'_''''' r_ .4: a. much"as any other part of his ca-
reer, says Mark Sullivan-an old
hand at lecturing himself. "He

went into ifr with the wish to amassa
(EDITOR'S NOTE-When opinions are expressed in these columns, they modest
competence. Just before
are those of the news analyst and not necessarily of this newspaper.) Taft left the White House Ed-

__ ______ Released by Western Newspaper Union. ____________ ward Bok ,
asked him to deliver

THE WAR: Where and How? which some lectures Bok would at pay Hill a school fee. Taft for,

;Good Start If France and Britain had any cut with some feeling, turned to his

I and dried plan for rushing aid to wife and said: 'You see, I told
1 regret that after 2,000 yean of man their beleaguered ally, Poland, they you there would be opportunitiesto
\)kind, Sunday morning should find the took their time executing it. Best make a living.'
,prime minister in the position of announc-
held "Taft
guesses both democracies were felt reluctant to practice
ling that" men'are on the eve of living like stymied, not only by Hitler but by law," added Sullivan.BABY .
!beasts. the silence of other key nations.
'! Such were the sentiments of John Germany's West wall and France's

)McGovern, leader of parliament's Maginot line apparently made the

[independent labor party. His was western front a bulwark of stati-

:the lone dissent that fateful morn- cism. Both other routes of gettingto a'ff"o
ling when Neville Chamberlain, his Poland were perilous: -

jpeace' efforts at a hopeless end, de- Via the Baltic. Though'British bat- frY .

clared war on Germany. A few tleships blockaded that sea, a Baltic laP '
()hours later France followed suit and expedition would 'be no pushover.

iby nightfall most of the British empire Troop and
supply ships fight
was also in line. By that time the Reich's famous and pestiferous Since national dog week comes September 17 to 23, it's a good timeto CHICKSBABY

the rest of the world clamored to submarines, must hold their breath train that pup Junior got last Christmas. Carl Spitz, who trains

:declare its neutrality. against cunningly placed mines, and Hollywood's dogs, says any half-way intelligent beast can learn these CHICKS! No Cull(Mixed!!! We Breeds guarantee)No $3 90'Crlpplcs

Too busy was Neville' Chamberlain must land at Gdynia (Poland's only tricks. First (above) is teaching him to carry objects. A newspaper Live ATLAS Delivery CHICK I CO.We,St.par Louis JJosta,Mo.e. p'lplll4 poor 100

' : to notice that Barbara Hutton port) which might be in German rolled up and tied with 'a string; is recommended as the first.step..

'Reventlow fled the romantic isle of hands by that time. Landing Never hesitate to praise the doe __H..._m"H"""'_''''_''''",-_,_,,_,
Capri, or that American radio spon- against an enemy has always beena I because they're susceptible to flattery HOSIERYLadles'

sors were about to complain over major military problem, and al- I and show gratitude, love, fear, Lovely Silk Hosiery, slightly 1mperf -
too many program interruptions for ready the Polish corridor has been ct.5 prs.$1.First quality silk chiffon 3 prs.
CBS and NBC bulletins. Nor anger or revenge. / $1 postpaid full fashioned 2 prs.'SI. AmerI-
news nipped by German troops. Not only .
:7l J : / ::: can Hosiery Co., Box 503,
Right: If he jumps on .re.N.1Y 4//N/ Lexington. N. C.
up peo-
did he notice that thousands of Lon- that, but Russia has naval strengthin ./
don's pet dogs and cats were pain- the Baltic and might decide to ple, hold his front feet and walk /

join the Reich's him backward 10 to 12 feet. After
-.---. ...--...........- cause. this several times SuperIntellectuals"Growing
., Via the Mediterranean. Strangely doing your "
silent as war opened were both ofHitler's hound will think twice before Superior Children, by
Kugelmass, : "High intelli-
{ says
erstwhile continental leaping again. )
gence is for the
friends, Spain and Italy. The allies necessary con-
structive type of Thereis
hoped Hitler's sell-out to Russian
however an optimum of
Communism would keep Spain'sFrancisco range
I. Q. within which popular leader-
Franco and Italy's Benito
ship is ,frequent but above
Mussolini out of the conflict, but no
one could tell despite Spain's neu- is most improbable. Children
with an I. Q. of around 100 are
trality proclamation and Italy's resumption -
usually led by someone whose I.
of sea traffic. With Medi-
terranean Q. is above this level. But those
neutrality, FrenchBritishaid
with an I.Q. of over 150 are rarely
to" Poland
) might go through the
able to lead because of the lack
and Black seas, landat
Rumania's port of Constanta and of mutual understanding between
," them and the rank "
and file.
Yt thence reach ; : % 1' f'fYS yvi
{ .< Z a.k > Warsaw. But Rumania,
like all Balkan countries, was intent

on neutrality.At +}:vnnrrisk.wna[.,ri, ....r,,,.v{ ;...;.;....
HomeIn A n / .r y. Pull the Trigger on

the U. S., which has watchedEurope's Constipation and "
... )
wars for almost 200 years, ; f .
observers were far enough from the y : :Nas Pepsin-ize Acid Stomach Too

forest to see the trees. Though
When constipation brings on acid indi
President Roosevelt pointed out no gestion, ,
bloating dizzy spells,gas,coated
THE PRIME MINISTERA American has the "moral right" to tongue, sour taste, and bad breath, your
fine Sunday morning. capitalize on the conflict, every stomach is probably loaded up with cer-
.. tain undigested food and your bowels don'tmove.
economist knew it would
probably So need both
you Pepsin to help
lessly exterminated lest they provea start a boom. "Cash-and-carry" break up fast that rich undigested food in
burden during evacuation. Said neutrality would make the U. S. your stomach,and Laxative Senna to pull
.one weeping pet oWner: "It's a support Britain and France, which the trigger on those lazy bowels. So be

damn shame. It ought to be Hitleron dominate the seas, opening new sure Take your Dr. Caldwell's laxative also Laxative contains,because Pepsin.its

the end of this leash." markets for farm ,products and Syrup Pepsin helps you gain that won-

Such was the manonthestreet'sbackground steel. But such a neutrality would derful stomach-relief, while the Laxative
Senna moves bowels.Tests the _
for war. Since 1936 he also accentuate the already marked I : power of Pepsin your to dissolve those prove lumps of

had accepted its inevitability, yet undigested protein food which may linger
the awful reality of legalized brute ,gay : .. in your stomach,to cause belching,gastric
force somehow left him benumbed.He :;n r. I : y ;;, r { .Sl { acidity and nausea. This is how pepsin-
izing your stomach helps relieve it of such
watched without passion as Brit- :' f M1 H' ,, distress. At the same time this medicine
ain's popular Winston Churchill and wakes up lazy nerves and muscles in your
Anthony Eden-both foes of bowels to relieve your constipation.So see
appeasement how much better you feel by taking the
were given cabinet yA: laxative that also puts Pepsin to work on
posts to solidify public sentiment.He that stomach discomfort, too. Even fin-
slowly. built a halo around the icky children love to taste this pleasant
head family laxative. Buy Dr. Caldwell's Laxative
of Prime
-Senna with Syrup Pepsin at your
whose frantic umbrella wavingof druggist today!
the past two years had at least Above: A bad dog habit is chasing vehicles. The above bicyclistis

postponed the war. He may have braced against a nasty fall. But curing this trick is a simple pro

wept over the news that French cedure. Following the arrow, you'll see Mr. Spitz making the dog crawl Education Education but Beginning.the
begins gentle-
troops marched to the front "al- several times around the vehicle he has chased, meanwhile scolding.
most tenderly," hating war yet fervent .r man; but'reading, good company,
in and reflection must finish him.-
their ambition
to "smash
Dogs, like humans, have a way 4I Locke.
Hitler and all that he "
represents. a h:. of getting sick-and disliking some
But as such things happen, Brit- 4. h
ish and French medicines. The hard way of dis-
menonthestreetwere pensing it taxes tempers of both d NOW! CHAFE-IRRITATION SKIN TROUBLE!
whipped into war frenzy the I GETS HEAL MEDICATED> TROTECTION.SOOTHES''
next morning. Steaming to Mon- 4 a f: man and dog. The easy way is 'COOLS, EVEN PRICKLY HEAT "RASHES.

treal, the liner Athenia was torpe- shown at the right. Take the left MEXICAN POWDER

doed off Ireland with 1,450 refugee thumb and forefinger and pull the

passengers aboard, providing loose skin of cheek and corner
':j% r ::
enough provocation to make even i i .il'i W'k lXJ away, from teeth.. This forms a k icf Y r,. Acts of the Intellect

the "tender" French soldiers hate 'ANTHONY EDEN natural funnel. But keep his head The proper acts of the intellect

Germans in general as well as Der Winston Churchill also came. up and prevent him from shakingit are intellection, deliberation and

Polish Fuehrer.civilians Paris and London heard U. S. sentiment against Hitler, con- until swallowed. ,Below: This determination or decision.-Sir M.

were suffering founding isolationist by making the unusual association. is the result of
for the eastern front. Hitler headed nation a virtual silent ally of ,the perfect training. Only a properly

allies. Should enough American taught dog can be expected to Hale.WHY be miserable with
After two of '
days "fighting, the non-combatants be killed via tor- vw
World war of 1939 had developed pedoes, the flame of 1916 and 1917 show such helpfulness towards a y; MALARIAand

into a decidedly unorthodox conflict. might again blot out reason. Hence fellow creature. It takes patience,
British warplanes flew but ,its worthwhile. COLDS when
over Nuremberg' the President urged the U. S. to { Yf
% l/
but dropped nothing heavier weigh its facts with will check MALARIA fast
care. '" """'" and
than propaganda leaflets urging the 6 6 6
cold relief
gives symptomatic
German The End?
people to discard Der :
Fuehrer. Nazi anti-aircraft : LIQUID..TABLETS.SALVE NOSE DROPS
Next to
guns neutrality, the most moot
failed to bark back. The same day question among Americans con- rfar/ ,a i,{%.Y R rh r, j ,:, ; S; i ;}e :p,. ..b.r .
French soldiers on the Maginot line cerns the eventual end of hostilities. WNU 7 37-39

were reported to have set placards No longer does anyone but a fanat-

atop their pillboxes, carrying this ical anti-German see justice in the p/fvGtJ First Need
message to German soldiers in the Versailles treaty of 20 years Self-confidence is the first requi-
West wall: "We won't shoot if you which wrung lifeblood from ago the, site to great under akin .-Sam-

don't." Reich and placed it in such dire uel Johnson.WEEKLY .

But there was good evidence that straits that a Hitler was welcomedwith
this evident lack of hostilities open arms. But will Versailles A v / n! l 4ti fFr.p.! mSYgi/fir':; Yrf
appeared -
only on paper. The lid of be repeated? wn

censorship clamped down over both Unless Russia jumps to Ger- .. e GoDAUO
France and Britain, screening what many's aid, unless Mussolini and 4 g ., STORES '
the French war office called "con Franco junk their apparent neutral- yr., Q/ n il UAGF yWROnlE

tacts" on the western front. All ity, a war to the end would prob- f n.4S i ,{ t4ww ,

three major powers were evidently ably find Germany collapsing under l 'g Lr w y('<:vywok: N % rwia"i60f l

reluctant to invite,revenge by bomb- economic stress. Hitler No. 1 would
ing London, .Paris and Berlin, yet vanquished, but can anything :
short of
the Germans admitted British bombers I another "peace without hon- % 'essedReliejL
or" (such as Woodrow Wilson
had attacked sug-
helmshaven. their fleet at Wil- gested) keep a Hitler No. 2 iron % fvdr ylx %''Y.: .T. swn"ercr.... ,R.) / f yct7b'i.'1,:,vedi/r afy't.t % t, RHEUM ATI S M

rising out of the ruins? S / /' /f.r /. '{,.;,Jr %3f.n, H, ND :!S.ilcxa fkra.ica..6aM 0 LUMBAGO


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Because Southwest Indians No seholdNewsN UNIFORM ,INTERNATIONAL

dubbed the neighbors "Utes,"
yOUR friends arc jour larger fam
meaning "hillbillies, we now SUNDAY g ily. From among them one
have a state named Utah. And Lesson chooses wife or husband businessand
when Soux Indians yelled "Chey- professional associates. Wide
enne!" at another tribe, they By HAROLD L. LUNDQUIST. D. D. friendships enrich character. Forma
Dean of The Moody Bible Instituteof
didn't smile. They meant. "bar- Chicago. few selected friendships among
barian," or "doesn't speak our (Released by Western Newspaper Union.) people wiser than you., In youth have

language," and they resented the friends among older people; in later

foreign Indians being in their val- Lesson for September 17 years, young friends. Choose jour

ley, according to Dr. J. P. Har- i friends with care. Prefer people for
what they are, not what they have.
rington of Smithsonian institution. Lesson subjects and Scripture texts se- One tends to become like his friend1 t
lected and copyrighted by International
Tacoma got into our geographyby Council of Religious Education: used by and to be judged by them. Avoid
a double mistake, he finds. The permission. attaching to yourself as friends per.

i word Ta-ko-bed was Puget Sound sons who are intemperate, avaricious,
I Indian language for any snowy MICAH: A MESSENGER OF extravagant, or ungrateful. Our

I mountain in sight. But early set- SOCIAL JUSTICE friends are a part of our larger;

s tlers mistook this word for the selves. We identify ourselves with
native for Mti Rai- LESSON TEXT-Micah 3:1.12; 668. their happiness and seek to be
specific name
; GOLDEN TEXT-What doth the Lord require
worthy of their
nier and then mispronounced it be- of thee. but to do justly and to love Elmer friendship. Joy
sides,-Kansas City Star. mercy and to walk humbly with thy God? Morgan.
w '
s 'F rL; -Micah: 6:8.


We demand human rights, social An Amateur Decorator

justice, and economic security. Corrupt

By burning 25% slower than judges and bribe-taking officials Uses a Curved NeedleBy

the average of the 15 other' must be put out of office. Land,

lords must not squeeze every penny RUTH WYETH SPEARS
of the largest-selling brands i out of their tenants; loan sharks

tested-slower than any of must be put out of business; the "DEAR MRS. SPEARS: Some
time in article
rich must not the. The ago an yousuggested
r- LtiNaF H'a, oppress poor.
them-CAMELS give a smok {, Church must have ministers with a using a curved needle,

ing plus' equal toHr real message and must share in the such as upholsterers use, for sew-
ing heavy cord
trimming in place.I .
h i k'r'qu solution of the problems of human
found that these needles are also
:.;.{ ...:: ,, ity.No used in
4 ? ,L. ./ making candle wicking
+''v ", we did not copy that para-
;,/;" ,;.yr;# \ :<'s':' r bedspreads and sale in
+ti % .... <4. xSiP3ss{kYw; ; ; graph out of today's newspaper. It are on
I 5 )+i..Li.@ : ,,: ,.SJ','+Y >: ; ;;rf. :;5%; ;;..: is the message that the prophet Micah most notion and fancy work de
I Ift partments. Mine has been very
preached more than 2,500 years
: I DESSERTS IMPORTANT IN MENU ago. And what's more, he not.only useful to me; especially when re-
, ft (Recipes Below.) upholstering an old chair. Thisis
presented but he knew howto
just of the useful
one many
Desserts That Are % cup sugar accomplish his purpose of real hints I have found in articles
EXTRA SMOKES 1 egg social justice. It is time some of your

i I DifferentBuild 1/3 cup milk those who talk about this subjectgot 4rj

1teaspoon, vanilla extract back to the Bible and really yr l' Fx IFI
i PER PACI learned how it can be done.I. .
: up your menu to an inter- Vanilla or peppermint candyice

esting climax with a new and delicious cream Social Injustice (3:1-10).

dessert! Sift flour, salt,and baking powdei. The inhumanity of man toward l,
'ii Desserts really play an importantpart Melt chocolate and butter in top of man isnot something that just hap- l Jr

Ii i in the menu, and in nutrition, i double boiler and pour in bowl. pened. 'There are fundamental reasons

too.Sweets Cool slightly; 'then add sugar, unbeaten for such conditions, and they

\ provided in proper ),; egg, milk and vanilla extract. are the same in our time as in Mi-I

, i if ii' amounts and in the proper place in Beat well Add sifted dry ingredients cah's day. The responsibility rests I

the diet, are just as necessary to and stir until smooth. Pour squarely on the failure of our national r

good nutrition as milk, meat, fruits, into top of a well-greased double and spiritual leaders to per- i 'I1r1
vegetables and cereals. boiler and steam forVz hours. form their God-given tasks.

Plan,.the dessert to fit the menu-alight Serve with ice cream. 1. Rulers without Judgment (3:1-4,

sweet for the close of a hearty Graham Cracker Ice Cream. 9-10).

f dinner, and a richer, heavier dessert 1 cup graham cracker crumbs The obligation of anyone who is and books. Thank you so much

+ to wind up the meal that is % cup sugar given or who seeks public office is for all of them.-G. H."

' 4 N h : fairly simple. Consider the weather, 2 cups coffee cream to know judgment. This does not Here is the picture of the curved

cfl M too, and when ,it's hot and humid, 1 cup milk mean only that he is to have a gen- needle used to sew bright con-

) is serve sweets that are temptingly 1 teaspoon vanilla extract eral knowledge of the law and its trasting cord to an upholsteredcouch.
i dainty. When the technicalities he is to know, justicein
temperature drops Combine the cracker' crumbs and ; It is a useful tool when
! tvyy l and appetites perk up accordingly, the add, cream', milk, and his very heart, to love 'it, and to you are sewing to fabric that is
lYNOwimpartial '. f desserts may be sweeter, richer and vanilla. Pour the see that it is always rightly admin- stretched tightly. Everyone who

B more substantial.! mixture into the ,istered. finds pleasure in making a home
You'll find in this collection of freezing container The leaders of Israel had woefully attractive needs to know these lit-

tested recipes from my own kitchena of a" modernice failed, in fact, had deliberately departed tle tricks that give work a profes-

,I : dessert for almost any occasion. cream freezer from the standards of God, sional touch.

Queen of Puddings. ; assemble the and ,Micah exposed them in plain, Original ideas with complete directions -

2 cups milk freezer,. and cov- dramatic, well-spoken words. While for slipcovers; draperiesand

1 cup soft bread crumbs er. Pack'with a mixture of 3,partsof verses 2 and 3 are not to be taken other furnishings are in the ,

scientific labora 1 tablespoon butter (melted) crushed ice to 1 part of rock literally, they do in striking figura- new Sewing Book No. 3. Every

of the largest. 2 egg yolks (well beaten) salt. Turn the crank slowly and tive speech describe just what unscrupulous homemaker should have a copy; ,
3 tablespoons for about 5 minutes politicians do to an unsuspecting well who 'likes to
selling brands confirm Camel's long sugar steadily, or un- as as everyone
1 teaspoon vanilla extract til turning becomes difficult. Then people. make gifts, and items for bazaars.
burning.Here is a quick ,of ;
summary 2. Prophets with a False Message
Dash saltCurrant' carefully remove the cover, lift out The price is only 10 cents post-
the report recently completed by a j jelly -- the dasher, and pack down the ice (3:5-8). paid. Send coin with name and

leading laboratory: 2 egg whites cream with a spoon. Replace the In such a day might one not expect address to'Mrs. Spears, 210 S. Des-

CAMELS were found to contain Vt cup granulated sugar cover, draw off the water, and 'replenish God's messengers to have a plaines St., Chicago, Ill.
1 MORE TOBACCO BY WEIGHT Scald milk and pour over the soft with ice and salt. Cover, word of condemnation for the leaders -

bread crumbs. Add melted butter, and allow to harden for at least an and of comfort for the people?
than the average for the 15 other of Giving SympathyGive
i ana allOW ine hour before serving. Not only did they keep quiet about
the largest-selling brands. ::1) mixture to stand the sin and corruption which they to the afflicted those words

CAMELS BURNED SLOWER ,.S_ 10 minutes. Then Good Old Pan Dowdy. _,saw about them, but they actually from the heart which temper the
2 1 cup light molasses bitterness of tears. There are no
their and
beat encouraged prominent
THAN ANY OTHER BRAND egg yolks / teaspoon allspice
TESTED-25% SLOWER THAN and add to the Vi teaspoon clove wealthy "church members" in their sufferings which sympathy does
mixture, together sin by saying, "All is well." Such not alleviate. The sorrows of life
THE AVERAGE TIME OF THE 15 ]/ teaspoon nutmeg
with 3 table- religious leaders have not altogether are dispersed by the'rays of broth-
OTHER OF THE LARGESTSELLING 2 teaspoons cinnamon
spoons sugar, the perished from the earth. erly love, as the frosts are meltedin
BRANDS! By burning 25% vanilla extract Apples Let ministers of God be' like Micah the morning at the rising of

slower, on the average, Camels give and the salt. Pour 2 Vz cup sugar butter who is, described in verse 8 as the sun.-F. de, Lamennais. I

smokers the equivalent of 5 EXTRA this mixture intoa Rich tablespoons pastry a man of judgment and justice, be-
SMOKES PER PACK! buttered baking cause he was "full of power by the
dish in Combine molasses and spices. Ar- of the Lord." MINORSKIN IRRlTlITIONSa
place a Spirit
l In the same tests,CAMELS HELD
pared and sliced apples in
3 range a
t pan o.". h o 4- water: II. Social Security (3:11 12 6 MOROLINE
THEIR ASH FAR LONGER than baking dish, sprinkle with sugar, and ; :
and bake in a slow oven (275 de VJ
J the average time for all the other grees Fahrenheit) for 45-50 minutesor dot with butter. Pour molasses mixture 6-8)No. that idea was not discovered SNOW-WHITE PETROLEUM JELLY
brands. until custard is firm. over this, and cover with a
rich rolled rather thick. Bakein by the politicians of the 1930's. It
Get cooler, milder, tastier smoking Cool and spread with a layer of moderate, (350 has' been in the plan of God from Give In!
a oven degrees)
...and more of it per pack..in currant jelly or strawberry jam. for about 45 minutes. Then cut the the beginning; in fact only in Himis Love conquers all things; let us
Camels the Cover with meringue made by beat- there real national yield to love.-Vergil.MalariaChillsFever.
quality cigarette every whites baked pastry top in 2inch''squares any personal,
ing egg and adding
smoker can afford. Penny for penny, slowly. Brown meringue in sugar and push them down in the molassesand or social security. Micah skillfully
a slow "
Camels are your best cigarette buy.I oven (300 degrees Fahrenheit) for apple mixture. Let cool slightly. unmasked false security aria revealed -
I Serve with thick cream. the way of true security.
i 18 minutes. Serve hot
I warm or False and Divine cMk end
1. Security Judgment Tab .S.bI.Oiidmt.Stops
(3:11, 12). f.v.r,duns blood of m.Uri..Famous
Send for This Clever Book.
Lemon Meringue Pie. When the heads of nation for 50 Yilt.Mowy.bicl gutr.ntee.'Vell.Armed .
/ a "judgefor
cr' tt4G / :::,'.%:. 1 Turn to Eleanor Howe's easy-to-
; cup sugar reward",and its religious leaders
% cup cornstarch use homemaking" guide, "Household "teach for hire" and its prophets I I
at. Hints, for the answers to those
Vi teaspoon salt
AL ;: which "divine for money" (v. 11), there is
tricky questions
pop up even
% cup cold water
frfi no use to talk piously about Godbeing
% cup boiling water in the best-run households. How to
1 3 prevent cereals from lumping; howto with us.
% egg yolks
SWE : The prophecy of verse 12 was ful-
.. 1 tablespoon butter wash feather pillows or adjust He is armed without that is inno-
filled three times-by Chaldeans
: curtain tie-backs how to
i ; remove
JA lemon .
cup juice C. Titus in A. D. cent within.Pope.A
mildew from colored clothingyou'll iIi 586 B. by : 70,
1 lemon rind
teaspoon grated
Hadrian in A. D.
rs Combine cornstarch find the answers to these and and under 135.
sugar, and God always keeps His promises
other puzzling questions in
salt. Add cold water; stir until many wonderful aid for boil
if the promise a promiseof
Eleanor Howe's book, "Household even e
smooth Add boiling 'where a drawing agentis
4wWF water and Hints." Send 10 cents in coin to Judgment. indicated. Soothing

i cook, stirringconstantly "Household Hints," care of Eleanor 2, True Security and Divine Bless I and comforting.Fine toe

until Howe, 919 North Michigan Avenue, ing (6:6-8): ). children and grownupsPractical.
I .
1'fr God is not to be propitiated by I. Economical.GRAV5SOINTMENT25
mixture is clear Chicago, Illinois, to get your copyof
"Household Hints" tho offerings of material things as a
and thick. Cook 3 r v. now. !
fr r \ minutes longer. r sacrifice or by any outward profession

Beat egg yolks; iti of piety. He looks at the heart.

!H stir cooked mix- Perhaps it isn't literally true Verse 8 is a remarkable and beautiful -

CAMELS ture into them. Add remaining ingredients that the way to a man's heart is epitome of God's requirement
return to flame and cook through his stomach but good, of man, but note that this is the requirement
1 minute. Pour immediately into wholesome food attractively of the law. Only Christcan

LONG-BURNING baked pie shell. Top with meringue. served goes a long way toward make any man capable of true
keeping him healthy and happy! justice, constant kindness, and gen
COSTLIER TOBACCOS Steamed Chocolate Pudding. Next week Eleanor Howe will uine humility. Only thus can we
(Serves 5) tell you about "Foods Men Liketo meet the demands of the law of God.

IVa cups pastry flour Eat" and will give you some Real social justice and securitywill

These Vt teaspoon salt of her own recipes which are favorites come only as there is a recognition -

I AdvertisementsGive 1% teaspoons baking powder with men. of Jesus Christ as Saviour and DIXIE FILM SERVICE

f You Values 1% squares bitter chocolate Lord by the leaders, by the prophetsand P.O.Box 4305-A Atlanta Co.
i 3 tablespoons butter (Released by Western Newspaper Union.) by the people.
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The ,Clewiston News 1 Possessors of an evil mind 'I' Morning Worship 11 a. m. ANNUAL BAZAAR BRIDGE CLUB| WEDNESDAY "l

Like buzzards seeking for theiiprey B. Y. P. U. 7:00 p. in. A. H.
I v King director. Mrs. Herman Davis Mrs. V. C. Woodward was hostess
T.plloaUd Il1pptinC' ; tIthe
Published every Friday In' Clewl Is ton. At fho to her bridge club Wednesday after-
Florida by the CLEWISTON NUW ( They circle all around their town, associate. Community Church Thursday
Mrs. E. L. Hayes won linen
at m.
Inc. Pick countless characters away Evening Preaching p.
I Midweek service every Wednesday afternoon several items of business handkerchiefs for high score prize

were transacted in connection with and Mrs. R. M. Hare, Jr., a rag
of their souls: evening at 8 in.W. .
IJOWUI.LV, Editor I The the windows p.
eyes '
KEATHLEY: the work of the Aid. Chief of these rug for low prize. .
absolutely will not clean; 4th Tues-
They M. S. each 2nd and I
I And thus a neighbor's finer side day at 3:30 at the church Mrs.. A was the donation of a lovely bed- A dessert course was served by
mall malt:
second class Mrs. H. J. B. Scharnbergwhich
Entered aa spread to Mrs. Hayes Mrs.
the hostess
February 1. 1!>27. at the Post Office !InVJewlston. By such a type is never seen. I I'I I R. Broadfoot president.
Florida under the ctI!1 will be used to raise fundsat Hare Mrs. Glen, Etherton Mrs.

March 3, 1887.biiliHcrlptlon. j But he who looks through Christ !I The public is cordially invited to the annual bazaar the prepara- John Elmore, Mrs. B. E. Herring

'I like eyes attend all services. tion of charity boxes for shipment Mrs. Foy Durrence and Mrs. Aubrey

Unto $2.00 Per Ycnr.Ailicrtlftlng Will brush aside a neighbor's faults: The pulpit will be filled at both overseas and the appointment ofa Wells.MR. .
the morning and evening servicesby flower committee.Mrs. .
Kate On Application. I" With love for every fellow-man.
Bring out the good whene'er he Rev. O. H. Denham. I. D. Leydig had charge of I. WILLIAMSON ENTERTAINS

J can. The Sunbeams will meet on Monday 'the devotional and Mrs. J. W. WEDNESDAY EVENINGF.

Devoted to the advancement and welfare '-. I .. afternoon at 3:30 at the Ezelle gave an article on "Rural
and Hendry Count)
of Clewiston The plane which o'er a city fliesA church.-Mrs. Bill Blount, couns-. Youth-the hope of the church." L. Williamson was host Wed-

I pleasant panorama views elor. v 1 Those attending were Mrs. F. nesday evening at a delightful in-

I The weather has not yet indicated And misses all the ugly sights- The cottage prayer meeting will Deane Duff Mrs. Foy Durrenca, formal party, complimenting his

that fall begins in September. Likewise can we, if so we choose. be held at nine o'clock Tuesday ,Mrs. John H. Doty Mrs. J. W. daughter, Mrs. R. V. Allison of

I morning at the home of Mrs. W. Ezelle Mrs. J. J. Graham, Mrs. H. Gainesville, on th. occasion of her

New sidewalks along the sout; j I never :yet have met a man 'R. Broaderick. ,R. Hall, Mrs. O. A. Jones, Mrs. H. 'birthday.The .

side of the highway. A greatly need. ( Devoid of all redeeming grace; The G. A.'s will meet on Tuesday C. Jones Mrs. C. E. Johnson, Mrs. guests Included Mr. and Mrs.

cd improvement.A I And if he's bad, let's not forget afternoon at the church. Mrs. Arch Richard Knight Mrs. Otto Larsen Don Young, Mr. and Mrs. H. A.

We might be worse if in his place Hodges counselor.The I Mrs. I. D. Leydig, Mrs. W. H, Lanier Bestor, Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Pafford

If moder: I Mrs. A. H. King, Mrs. E. C., and Dr. and Mrs. R. V. Allison.
horrible thought: Palm-Lake Association of
where !When Christ the God-man, walke \iMills, Mrs. W. C. Owen Mrs. W. I
war came to the Everglades the B. T. U. will meet at the First
I this earth ''W. ;Perry Mrs. I. M. Pafford Mrs.R. Furnished apart-
would we dig bomb shelters? I' Baptist Church, Clewiston on Tues- I FOR RENT.
He found it easy to forgive; N. Smith, Mrs. H. J. B. Scharn-
day evening at 8 o'clock. Everyoneis ment. Available at once. Phone 76.
If we would try to be like Him I berg Mrs. E. T. Hurst, Mrs. J. H.
Herb Graffis has the fuehre 'I cordially invited. F. L. Williamson.FOR .
We'd find life easier to live. Morrison Mrs G. R. Hatch and, f
correctly named. He always LAWRENCE J. FLYNN. i I
REV. Mrs. A. W. Dodge.
to him in his column as Hltliar. JOAN HARRIS CELEBRATES5th t SALE-Kerosene Range. See
Most Americans favor the typ AT BELLE GLADE
i Joan Harris celebrated her fifth I
which will give
of neutrality -Dick: On-en-
greatest aid to the allied forces. I --=-- birthday with a party Wednesday Mrs. C. W. MacDonald of Belle
I afternoon at the home of her grandmother I
o Glade entertained a number of
Maybe you've slipped up Mrs. .J. P. Harris.
There'll be no press censorship .Jf I I maybe you've noticed, but anyhow Clewiston friends with bridge at oYOU
little folks enjoyed playing
the neutrality war to be waged In] I Ginger Rogers, who wanted to be< The her home Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. >It/
Congress beginning next Thursday a school teacher is proving hersel outdoors, having their pictures tak- Campbell E. Nail won high score :bow eaIvf
II Joan her
the screen's foremost/comedienne. en and watching open and received a crystal vase Mrs. H. be to

The new street signs are very,; and you'll agree after you've seen: presents. R. Hall won a pair of flower printsfor old

attractive but not yet plentifu "Bachelor Mother" and "Fifth Avenue Birthday cake and ice cream were low: score and Mrs. W. H. build or

enough to direct strangers to man: Girl." Colbert Dunne and Lombard served by Mrs. Harris to Christine Lanier 'a flower bowl for cut prize. buy,

points in town.President should watch their step. Go Redish, A. D. Dobbins, Shirley Kru- Ice cream and cake were served a
Eleanor Sue Holland Beryl and '
: see these if you're tired of war ger by Mrs. MacDonald, to Mrs. :Nail, retina40
Roosevelt: announce; news-or if you aren't.Ginger Sandra Prevatt Marion Bell Rudy Mrs. H. R. Hall Mrs. W. H. Lanier ithOul J
Nov. 23rd as Thanksgiving Day Bell Audrey Bussell, Gladys Brant- i home *
I also does all right with a Mrs. G. B. Thomas Mrs
Governor Cone announces Nov. 30U jley, Marlene Johnson James Harris
Keathley Bowden, Mrs. Ivey Paf *
rather heavy part, and hers in I
Ronald Hare plan ;
as Thanksgiying Day but the Eddie Musgrave, ,
"The Story of Vernon and Irene< ford, Mrs. J. W. Ezelle and Mrs
glades would like to celebrate the Phyllis Bishop and Larry Davis. 1 '
B. Shelley.
Castle" took more than just looks iT.
date the sugar quota is lifted.
She is co-starred: for the ninth time


I bring back memories to some, and
Every resident of the Everglade; Mamie Trice celebrated her twel-
was jubilant when word was 'received sweet ones, I'm sure. The songs fth birthday with a ,party Friday ''Mrs. W. W. Perry won a linen Ififliti
tho' written 20 back, car Buying home
years a
Monday night that President afternoon. The youngsters enjoyeda 'luncheon set as high score prize
Roosevelt had lifted the quota or I hold their ,own with our newer hits delightful hour of games and Wednesday afternoon when Mrs. H. I of your own is

sugar production for ,they quickly; Everyone will like this from 6 tt Mrs. Trice served fruit jello cook- R. Hall entertained members of her the finest type 11111111I

{ realized that this proclamationwould 60-and older. ies, cake and punch. I I bridge club. Cut prize a linen scarf of thrift lililiJiClewiston

prevent the plowing up ol f "The Hardy's Ride' High" is. Guests included Marilyn Davis was won by Miss Inez Lammon. I

hundreds of acres of growing cant II thought. to be the best Hardy family Harold Broaderick Gladys Jackson Mrs. Hall served a frozen dessert Federal

this season and a consequent cur picture. It's plenty good- m Larry Davis Margery Allen Shirley course to Mrs. Perry, Miss n:
: ,
I "
tailment of the length of the sea doubt and Mickey Rooney will Kruger Harriet and Carol '''Joy 'Alston -'! Lammon, Mrs. W. H. Lanier Mrs.J. .

make anyone like him. There's also \ Carolyn Robison, Jo Ann Walker W. Ezelle Mrs. I. M. Pafford,..1 Savings and LoanI

son.The sugar industry has expanded Cecilia Parker, Sara Haden,' Lewi; Doris Simmons, Gene Mills, Ma-. Mrs. L. C. Miller Mrs. T. B. Shel-,

until it plays a- vital part in the Stone and Anne Rutherford. "Andj; mie Johnson and Dean Holland. ley and Mrs. G. B. Thomas. 1 AssociationPAGF.

lives' of almost every person in the Hardy Gets Spring Fever" is the

of the group's latest the same family, but .- .. . . . '. . . ...
Everglades. The pay-roll su' & & & & & ; & & & & & &.&.. .. .. .. 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1/ 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1
troubles /NNNN. ;NMNNNN/N. . ;NNMNNNN. . .. ..11.. .; .;NMNNNNNIINN.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..NNN.. .NNNN.. .. .. .N.:.NN. .NN. .N;N.NNNNNN. .. ;NMNNNNNNNNN. . . .MNN. ;NNM. ;NN. ;N;N .
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many of the communities and than ever. You'll like this, too. x 1t

among the largest in all of them. yy
Small wonder that each one was 91 Immmm! '! V mWillmm? m!!m millWmllmmm!, !! fli lmrlmm C: i i .?/ yyt xx

joyful when restrictions, were re WITH THE 4a :::;: :' : :i:::::
moved anticipating a great expan-, ENJOY AN '
1 sion in the industry which would

mean jobs and prosperity for every ft Churches m ; ii" :{ Ii

one.But, aside from the increased dI ...._. ,., ;; ALL ELECTRIC I ,.,t ..,... .S..r.
lmrj. I.lliIIM'' lmt OO I .s..:.
)production this year, it is a little ::::: .,
early to get too enthusiastic. The I ST. MARGARET'S CATHOLIC ++ '\ :;::;:

President has said that if there is I CHURCHRev. xx! HOME .ii iiAV -
of that the ...:.
an over supply sugar Laurence: J. Fljnn, Pastor -

quotas will again be imposed and ...;. :: :
statement is far- Mass each Sunday morning at
the effect of that
::::: .Ii:
reaching. 8 o'clock, excepting the last Sunday

Fourteen months on an average I of the month whsn the time is A

is required to produce a crop of 10:30. :ii:::
cane. The construction of a sugarhouse Confessions are heard every Sat :s::s: Electricity is the modern, servant; a servant- ..'

would require from eighteen urday evening from 7:30 until '8:30( :;::;: takes care 9f both the work and the pleasures of the :.s..s.s s::;:
; ....
months to two years to complete.And and before all'- the Masses. s s efficient- ..
home and that will do everything quickly +
who knows that in the'course ::::: one ,
Week-day Mass every morning at ss :::.s.
of that two years the quotas 'will 7:30'. ::2::+=: ly and economlca II y. .:.:s:
not be imposed again? The presents Ayy
,Devotions in honor of Our Lad;: yy .
house will be running almostto
full capacity to grind this year's of Perpetual Help are conducted :;::;: One penny will toast 26 crunchy slices of toast, or *:;:

construction crop of cane of which another would mill make impera-the lowed Friday bv evenings Benediction at 8 of o'clock the ,Most fol' :;::.;: give your eyes two hours of safe reading light or operate :.;:.,:i:.

tive if there were to be very 'muchof Blessed Sacrament.Religious: :;::::=: your radio for most of a day---and-ELECTRICITY is : :;:

The an expansion.President's proclamation is children Saturday Instruction morning Class at nine for] :;::::;: one -thing that gets cheaperr the more of it that you use. **

a great help and reacts favorably here: in Clewiston and after Sunday I .+ .Xy.s..i. .:s:
to the Everglades growers but until Mass in Pahokee. ::::;: That is why It is so easy to have and enjoy a home .+.+
(.he quotas are removed for goodso The Mass schedule of Pahokee is : '
that processors may know what 10:30 every Sunday excepting the :!::: that is all electric and modern: :;U::;;:
the future holds will a great pro- last Sunday of the month wher .i.... ...:.,

gram of expansion be possible.A Mass is at eight o'clock. The pubic .s..i.yy +

regardless of religious beliefs xy ys ...s.n .
LESSOX IX CHARITY always welcome in this church .s.

While viewing several works of art
In Sarasota just this year x
Before a famous ,masterpieceThe !+ d

following I chanced to hear- 'Forest Royal C. Palm Taylor Avenue, Mihister ..;....::.:. ANT-USE IT EXTRA V AGANTL Y. .:q.:

.. .i.':. __ .soo!.
"This painting should be torn to ._.i.
Morning worship and sermon
shreds," ...: ;";
Sunday at eleven o'clock. \ :..:
A visitor did loudly say, ....::

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Monday evening at 7:30. .
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You'll find the filth if you insist, ht

But are you really being fair?" FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH

"The niendly Church"
A lesson from that incident, vfvv

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i. : H. C. Jones left the first of the Miss Troy Tibbs and Frank Hes- MRS. D. M. CLARK HONORED ) Is Your Subscription Paid?
week for a two weeks' vacation. He feie left Sunday after a visit with WITH STORK SHOWER i i
,.C, is visiting in Jacksonville and other Mr. and Mrs. "G". T. Augur. Miss \ ii iI I

F r-Personals J' points. I Tibbs returned to her home in Jacksonville Mrs. C. M. Allen entertained at i .
i and Mr. Hessle to Gainesville her home Thursday afternoon witha

( Dr. and Mrs R. V. Allison and I where he is a student ,at the stork shower honoring her daughter Good FarmLand
: .- daughters, Gayle and Karen, of University. Mr. and Mrs. Augur accompanied Mrs. D. M. Clark, who moved
I" their guests to West 'this week to Pahokee to reside.
Gainesville Mrs. Alli
Bill Myers Is spending ten days are visiting
; 1 in Lake Wales on business. son's father, Fred L. Williamson I Palm Beach. Several enjoyable contests were
I 1 -T- \ held during the afternoon, Mrs. M. 1 1I ',
Rev. Daniel C. Hegarty,. Ph.D C. Doke and Mrs. A. R. Broadfoot
Mrs. H. A. Bestor and Miss Florins ;
t A. M. Diaz of Fort Myers was a I I'I
; business visitor here Monday. Moore accompanied George Bes pastor of Saint Mary's Catholic winning the prizes. tor Rent
tor to West Palm Beach Sunday. Church, Rockledge, Florida and Those invited were Mrs. C. Nel-

George returned to Atlanta to resume Saint Theresa's Catholic Church, I son, Mrs. A. R. Broadfoot, Mrs. E.
H. Bestor
Mr. and Mrs. A. spent
in Miami. his studies at Georgia Tech. Titusville Florida, spent two daysas M. Cornette, Mrs. Leslie Miller,
I Thursday and Friday the guest of Rev. Father Law- Mrs. H. L. Davis, Mrs. J. C. Swin-

Miss Julia Martin and James rence J. Flynn at the Catholic Rec- dall, Mrs. W. R. Broaderick, Miss
Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Branyan of tory last week. Fathers Hegarty and
Martin of Jacksonville arrived Mae Lily Stone Mrs. G. E. Wenz-
Pahokee have moved to Clewiston. Flynn were classmates at :Mount
Thursday to spend a few days here loff, Mrs. Arch Hodges, Mrs. H.
visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Graham SaintrMary's College, Emitsburg,
McDuffie, Mrs. W. A. Davis and Trespassers
I .
Miss Evelyn Burhans of LaBellewas and family. Maryland.I
a recent visitor in Clewiston. I I Miss Marcia Avant.
Will Be
Mrs. W. L. Lott has returned I BROADFOOT CONTINUESAS
Fred, I. Hill of Melbourne spenta from a visit in Boston._ Dr. and ProsecutedClewiston
few days in Clewiston this week. Mrs. Lott are moving from the I J.M. COUSECounselor

Clewiston Inn to one of the newly Baptist
ns Missionary and Attorney m La,
Mr. and Mrs. M. H.: Scotti of Palm completed company houses. Society met at the church Tuesday Hopkins Building .

Beach spent Wednesday in Clewis- (afternoon for a combined businessand Wednesdajs and Saturdays / -
Miss Barbara Morrison left Tues
ton.. social meeting. Mrs. G. E. 0:80 to 4:00
day for Tallahassee where she is
Wenzloff and Mrs. Alex McGowanwere
entering Florida State College for
Martin Timberlake was a visitorin hostesses.At .
Women. Miss Roberta Spicer left
Sarasota for several days. this Sunday to enter for her freshmanyear. the annual election of officers, Johnson's Fish Camp Realty And
week. I
Mrs. A. R. Broadfoot was re-elected

president, Mrs. E. M. Cornette,. Mrs.B. (Near Hurricane Gate)

Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Morrison of Mrs. Z. G. Meredith and daughter E. Herring, and Mrs. G. E. Clewiston, Fla. DevelopmentCorpol'ation

I LaBelle were guests of friends here Patsy, left Thursday for Jacksonville ; I I Wenzloff, 1st, 2nd and 3rd vice- I
J I Sunday. to visit Z. G. Meredith, who is presidents, Mrs. C. Nelson treasurer, Boats and l\Iot's-Guide .Service

i remaining. there for Tnedical treat Mrs. L. C. Miller, secretary Mrs. Rates Reasonable

Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Hatch and ment.D. Arch Hodges, counselor for the I W. H. Johnson, Mgr.

t children spent the week-end in Girls Auxiliary, Mrs.. Herman Davis

I I Fort 'Myers. -- daughter. G., Miss Alston Martha accompanied Nell Austin his I Mrs.counselor E. L. for Hayes the, counselor Sunbeams for.and the ......-.............................................................................................-..................................-...........................,.......................''... ........x.

Mr. and Mrs. C. Lovvorn and to Gainesville, Ga., Sunday. ,Martha Royal Ambassadors. These officers i.Choice ?.
.. I will be installed at the next busi-
Nell is Brenau for
Miss Virginia Lawhou spent Sundayin entering College I h
Okeechobee. her freshman year. ness and social meeting.

Since the next social meeting of acreage for development is available 3$,
I the society falls on October 10th,
Mr. and Mrs. Ward Roberts and Mr. and Mrs. Keith Hartsfield y
children of Moore Haven were visitors and baby son are moving this week- the first anniversary of the organi-' y

here Sunday.Mr. end to, Pahokee, where Mr. Harts- zation of the local :group, the mem- :: to discriminating purchasers thru ':*
field has been transferred by the bers decided to invite all visitors

and Mrs. C. 'J., Gontermanhave p-. S. Engineer 'department. who had attended the first meeting ** sz
returned after spending several and assisted at the organization to z: the services of a recognized authority on ::

weeks in Miami.Mr. I attend the anniversary meeting. V
Rev. James Cavanaugh and Rev.
Members of the LaBelle ,society are I '0
rhomas Nolan, both of Chicago, I
also being invited. :?: Everglades lands. ::
and Mrs. Clarence Neilsoc
Illinois, were visitors in Clewiston I ? ?
have moved into the ,.F. L. Hudson his; past week as the guests of Rev. Those attending Tuesday's meet-

house on the Ridge. Father Lawrence J. Flynn, pastor ing were Mrs. Roy Alston, Mrs. A. .:0 .1.
.- R. Broadfoot, Mrs. W. D. Blount :
of Saint Margaret's Catholic Church .. ..
H. C. Kolstad and A. O. Ward Mrs. W. R. Broaderick, Mrs O. : : :
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were business visitors in Miami Carlson, Mrs. Cato Mrs. E.
Jerry ,
Mr. and Mrs. 'A. L. Hackett and -:
Monday and Tuesday. children spent several days in Fort I M. Cornette, Mrs. H. L.,Davis, Mrs. J. E. Beardsley I
-. Herman Davis, Mrs. M. C. Doke, y
Myers. The baby, Philip Eugene, I
Mrs. Viola Stone left yesterday Mrs. B. E. ,Herring, Mrs. E. L. A.
underwent an ,abdominal operation :: Real Estate ::
for West Palm Beach to spend several I Hayes, Mrs. Floyd Hanna, Mrs. E. 3.
at Lee Memorial hospital last ;
I days with relatives. E. Kelley, Mrs. L. C. Miller Mrs. I y
Thursday night. He is recuperating I :: ART LAWRENCE BETTY SPICER :?
nicely. C. Nelson, Mrs. C. W.; Simmons, ..
,. Mr. and Mrs. C.: E. Miner, R. W. I Mrs. M. C. Vowell, Mrs. W. T. A
t-- \ Turk and Miss ;Ruth Knight were Wheeless, :Mrs., C. Kruger, Mrs. A. ; :i HOPKINS BLDG. PHONE 66 :gIn :
visitors Sunday in ,Danla. Mr. and Mrs. C: E. Nail returned D. Dixon, Mrs. H. E. Walker: Mrs. I :. ..

Thursday night from a visit Jimmy Wilson, Mrs. W J. Robin- ::. t" :i:,'
with friends and relatives in Nash-
Mrs. H. T. Vaughn and. son, Wal- eon, Mrs. C. M. Allen and Miss Mae f

ter Vaughn, were visitors in West ville and Jackson, Tennessee. They Lily Stone. ..;:...;..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.....................................................................................................................:--...
Palm Beach this week. were accompanied by Mrs. NaIl'sparents
Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Mun-

of Madison, Florida. ,, .. ,.._ .,.. ....
roe .C '- K. Dr.' John P. Higgins has been in ,.=--.-
Miami for"several days attending a
medical association meeting."' Miss Eleanor Flynn and Miss

Catherine Comiskey last Monday

Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Schroeder left !lad as their house', guests Captain '
Sunday for two and Mrs. Fuller King of Pahokee,
a weeks' visit in
Stuart; Miami and Bradenton. and Mr. and Mrs. Guy Kilpatrick of I CITY WIDE
Orlando with their three children I ; :
Patricia, Ellis and Harry
Miss Kathleen Lewis returned to ., '-
I ,
Tampa yesterday after a visit with r
her sister, Mrs. W. W. Perry and Miss Inez Lammons of Dothan, I I !
family. Alabama, visited Mrs. J. W, Ezelle k

I and other friends Wednesday ,and I ;

Mrs. G. B. Thomas, Mrs. Gt B. Thursday. Miss Lammons, who : ..
;Rackstraw and Mary Louise Thomas taught in the local school last. year I ;' ;,.' .

were visitors in Fort Myers Mon- was enroute to Hialeah where she f \
day. is to teach during the coming year. _

\ /
Ed Williams of Mayport arrived Mr. ,and Mrs. J. A. Carlson returned t :'

in Clewiston He is the past weekend from Boston -
yesterday. em-
ployed by the U. S. Engineers at Mass., where they were called .. .
T \
f t. the warehouse. recently by the sudden death of B
Mr. Carlson's mother. Their daughter -. v re

Miss Runelle McGehee left Wednesday Miss Helen May Carlson, returned .\ -
for Monte Verde, Florida, home with them after spending \ .' -d-- t

to enter Monte Verde School for her the summer in Boston % -

second year. $U0t
D. A. Herbertson has been assigned x -
Miss Edith O'Steen has returnedto to temporary inspectorshipon 4

Tampa after visiting her sisters, the D-l now engaged in clearing

Mrs. R. C. Nowling and Mrs. J. L. hyacinths f/om the east end of the- ; T) 5.30
Whitaker.Mrs. Palm Beach canal by the U. S. En- 0
gineers. Bill Wallace has also been

Keathley Bowden, Mrs. R. transferred to Pahokee as inspectoron
H. Knight, Richard Knight and 'Kay the dredge Welatka.

Bowden were visitors in Fort

Myers Friday. 0 Verne Corn ilson left the middleof
this week for Atlanta for a brief

Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Beardsley returned visit with his parents before goingto

Wednesday from a two Spartanburg, S. Car., to accepta
week's vacation, which they spentIn position with the federal soil conservation -
and near Chicago.Mrs. service. He has been employed -
here for several months in
the Face of a Rising Marhet the
Eddie Curry returned to the U. ,S. Enghleer'draughtlng;
her home in Gainesville Sunday af- loom.

ter a two weeks' visit here with YEAR
her sister, Mrs. C. J. Lovvorn. Joseph Flynn, brother of Rev. GREATEST

,1? Father Lawrence J. Flynn, pastorof
I, Mrs. G. L. Hayes, sr., left Thursday Saint Margaret's'- Catholic Church,
for her home in Homeland after recently spent vacation\ trip In

I visiting her son, E. L. Hayes Florida and other points in the Sponsored by theMerchants'
and Mrs. Hayes for several day South. Mr. Flynn remained one !

I 1\---- week with his brother, and then
\I Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Clark and continued on his trip northward to Division

I son moved this week to Pahokee, his home city of Philadelphia, stop- 1
I where Mr. Clark. is employed on ping enroute at Southern Pines, Of The Chamber of Commerce "-
I the government. dredge, W latka. Raleigh Richmond and Washington,
where he spent several days at the
l Mr.. and Mrs. Robert W. Lanier Catholic University of America. Mr.

s. of Miami were week-end guests of Flynn is employed in Philadelphia

\ r L Mr. Lanler's brother and sibter-in- by the Philadelphia Dairy Products -- -.
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law, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Lanier. Corporation.

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Treating Wax Floors.-If dirt

becomes ground into a waxed floor

moisten a cloth with turpentineand

rub the turpentine well into

By TEMPLE BAILEY the floor until the wax is removed,

then, wash the floor anew and polish -

When Shirring Cloth.Lengthenthe

I stitch on your machine and

"Evans? Oh, Casabianca?" ing this way because of me?" she use ruled writing paper and stitch

"What makes you call him that?" asked in a shaking voice. over. The rows will then be even.
"I thought of it when I saw him "Because of everything." *

waiting for you at the top of the "Evans, I won't go to the Townesif Remove Paint Spots.-To remove -
Barnes, who lived with her brother, Baldwin, in Sherwood -
Young pretty terrace. 'The boy stood on the burn- fresh paint spots from cloth-
Park, near Washington, was not particularly impressed when-she read you want me to stay.
that rich, attractive Edith Towne had been left at the altar by Delafield Simms ing deck-' he laughed."I He looked up at her as she bent ing, saturate with turpentine and
wealthy New Yorker. However, she still mused over It when she met Evans don't think that's funny at all," spirits of ammonia. '
Follette a young neighbor, whom the war had left completely discouraged and above him with the lantern. She
despondent. Evans had always loved Jane. That morning Baldwin Barnes, on said Jane, frankly. seemed to shine within and with-
in Washington, offered assistance to a tall, lovely girl in distress. "Don't ? Well .
his way to work you beg your par- out, like some celestial visitor. Filet for
Later he found a bag she had left In the car, containing a diamond ring on Squares
which was inscribed "Del to Edith-Forever." He knew then that his passengerhad don. I'll beg it again when I get "Would you stay, Jane, if I want-
been Edith Towno. Already he was half in love with her. That night he you here. Briggs will reach Sher- ed it?" 'Modern Heirloom'1iAeac
discussed the matter with Jane, and they called her uncle, worldly, sophisticated wood at about seven. I would drive "
Frederick Towne. He visited them at their home, delighted with Jane's simplicity "Yes.
lie told them Edith's story. ,Because her uncle desired it, Edith Towne out myself, but I've an awful cold, He stood up. "I don't want it.
had accepted Delafield Simms, whom she liked but did not love. She disappeared and the doctor tells me I must stayin. Not I'm not quite such
to have taken place. The next day Jane a
immediately after the wedding was
received a basket of fruit from Towne, and a note asking if he might call again. And Cousin Annabel is sick in selfish pig," his smile was ghastly.She ;
Mrs. Follette, widowed mother of Evans, was a woman of indomitable courage. bed with a cold, so you must take silent for moment then
Impoverished she nevertheless managed to keep Evans and herself in compara. and was a ,
pity on me keep me
tive comfort by running a dairy farm. Evans, mentally depressed and disillusioned company. she said, "I'm going home with you,
had little self reliance and looked to his mother and Jane for guid Jane hung up the receiver. It Evans. Wait until I tell Sophy to
Edith Towne Baldy in answer to an ad. She asked him to bring
ance. phones would she decided, be an exciting "
her pocketbook. Jane calls on Frederick Towne in his elaborate office. He gives send Briggs after me.
Lucy, his stenographer, a letter to Delafield Simms, in which he severely criticizes adventure. But she was not sure He tried to protest, but she was
him. Unknown to him Lucy and Simms are in love with each other. that she liked Frederick Towne "
"I'll be back in minute.
Towne takes Jane home in his limousine. She Introduces him to Evans, whois firm. a
jealous of Towne. Baldy goes to meet Edith Towne at her hiding place. He Evans walked home with her. The She returned presently, the lan-
convinces her that she should return home and face her friends. She is inter. air was warmer than it had been :
tern in hand and her slipper
ested in Baldy. Later they eat in a restaurant, where Edith sees several friends. one
She knows they will see to it that the news is spread. for days, and faint mists had risen. bag in the other. "I put on heavier

The mist thickened finally to a fog shoes. I should ruin my slippers."
I which rolled over them as if blown
As they trod the path together,
from the high seas. Yet the sea the light of the lantern shone in

CHAPTER VI-Continued I er. Mrs. Follette was much interested I was miles away, and the fog was round spots of gold, now in frontof

-lOOn The Townes were' most im- I born in the rivers and streams, and' them, now behind them. The fog

this same afternoon little Lucy portant" people: "How nice for you, in the melting snows. pressed close, but the path was

Logan was writing to Delafield Jane. They found it somewhat difficultto clear.

Simms. But Evans disagreed with her. keep to the road. They were al-' "Evans," said Jane, :"I want you

"It seems like a dream, lover, "What makes you say that, Mother? most smothered in the thick gray to promise me something."

that you are to come for me in Feb- It isn't nice. It will simply be up- masses. Their voices had a muffled to.love N
"Anything, except-not .
ruary, and that then we'll be mar- setting. sound. Evans' hand was on Jane's "
And that all the rest of I "I don't see''why you say that; you.
ried. my arm so that they might keep to- "It has nothing to do with love of
to i Evans, Jane argued. "I am not
life I am to belong you. gether.
me, but it has something to do
"Del, it isn't because you are rich. : easily upset. "Jane," he said, "I made a fool love of God." '
"But with all that money. Youcan't of about But hon-
Of course I shall adore the things myself Towne.
He knew how hard it was for her
keep with them.
do for me. I am not goingto up estly-I was afraid= Pattern 6373
can ,
you "Don't put ideas into Jane'shead rr n? to say that. Jane did not speak
that I shan't. But if ut what."That .
pretend you
," his mother remonstrated; "a easily of such things. The palm, since ancient times,
he fall in love with
I'd work for youlivefor might
were poor, She with hesitation.Her has artists. It is
lady is always a lady. _" went on some inspired no won-
Oh Del I do hope that
you. you But Jane sided now with Evans."I you voice, muffled by the fog, had a der, then, that this lovely square
will believe it. "He's not thinking of Evans
see what he means, Mrs. Fol- me", muted! note of music. in such simple crochet uses it as
"The other day, Mr. Towne said and besides he's too old-
lette. I haven't the clothes. Ihaven't motif. A cloth
"Evans, you mustn't let what I a stunning or
in of his letters that had "Do feel that
one you really '
you way
. fickle that there had a thing to wear tonight. do make'you or break you. WhetherI spread of mercerized string-
always been about it Jane?
"Oh I wasn't thinking of smaller articles in finer cotton-
Eloise your love you or not, you must go on.
been lots of girls Harper "Of
looks." Evans got and stood on hold if will handiwork you'll
up You-you couldn't me you give you
Edith. And I wanted to
before He could not see her face-but the
scream right out and say, 'It isn'ttrue. words in her laughing lovely voice weren't strong enough, even if I treasure. Pattern 6373'contains
cared was your wife. And there is strengthin instructions and chart for makingthe
He hasn't ever really him of're '
a sense assurance. "
gave '
you, if,you'll only believe it. Oh, square; illustrations, it and
before this.: But of course I couldn't.But ;
"Janey, he said, "if I could only
must believe Evans. And. of stitches 'materials'needed..
you .youmustn't ;
I broke a pencil point, and as have you like this always. Shut
for Mr. Tow e, who is he to say from the world." make me feel responsible.I To obtain this pattern send 15
such things about you? I haven't taken away can't stand it. To feel all the time cents in coins to The Sewing Cir-
"But I don't want to be shut "
his letters for the last three :: I should feel that I am hurting-you. cle, Household Arts Dept., 259 W.
? away. -caged-
years for nothing. There's always She was sobbing. A little inco- 14th St., New York.
"Not if cared.
somebody-the last one was Mrs. you herent. Please write your name, ad-
Laramore, and now he has his eye 'L'i There was in his tone the huski- "And you are captain of your soul, dress and pattern number plainly.
ness of intense feeling. She was Evans. You. Not I
brother else.
on a little Jane Barnes, whose iN anyone
found Miss Towne's bag and the moved by it. "Oh, I know what you can't be. I can be a help, and oh,

ring. She's rather a darling, butI mean. But love won't come to me I will help all I can. You know that.

hope she won't think he is in +' T> like that-shut in. I shall want But-I love you like a big brothernot -, NERVOUS ?

earnest. freedom, and sunshine. I'll be a in any other way. If anything

"And now, my dear and; my dar- gull over the sea-a ship in full should happen to you, it would be Do you feel so nervous you want to scream?

ling, good-night. I wonder how I I sail-a gypsy on the road-but I'll dreadful for me, just as it would be Are you cross and irritable Do you scold
dearest to ?
dare call you that. But I am always never be a ghost in a fog. dreadful if anything happened to those If your nerves you are on edge and you feel

saying it to myself, and at /j& ; His Hand dropped from her arm. Baldy." you need a good general system tonic, try
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
night I ask God to keep you-safe." iii i r "Perhaps you'll be a princess in a "Janey, my dear, don't," for she made especially for women.

'f'r castle. Towne canmake, you that." was clinging to his arm, crying as other For how over to 60 go years"smiling one woman thru"with has told reliable an-

:: CHAPTER VII "Why do you keep harping on Mr. if her heart would break. Pinkham's Compound.It helps nature build
Towne? I don't like it." up more physical resistance and thus helps
"But I do for much
care you so calm quivering nerves and lessen discomfortsfrom
Jane, in Baldy's absence, dinedOn "Because-oh"I think everybody Evans. I was frantic when your annoying symptoms which often accompany -

Sunday with the Follettes, in the wants you_" mother telephoned. I wasn't quite why not female give functional it a chance disorders.to help YOU

middle of the day. In the after- ; s And now it was she who caught at dressed and I made Sophy get the Over one million women have written in

noon she and Evans went for a walk, Y.1lk his arm in the mist, and leaned.onit. lantern, and then I ran down the reporting wonderful. benefits from Pinkham'aCompound.

and came home to tea in the library. "I'm not the least in love with path, and looked for you."

Stretched in a long leather chair, I 1 Vc Frederick Towne. And I shall nev- He stopped and laid his hand on

Evans read to Jane and his mother jCDC. er marry" a man I don't love, Ev her shoulder. Her weakness, her In RetrospectThe

"The Eve of St. Agnes." ans. broken words had roused in him a miracle of memory is thatso

At the moment,'Mrs. Follette was 1 When they came to the little house sudden protective tenderness. much of its bitter dregs fall

weighing seriously the fact of Janeas they found old Sophy nodding' in the I "My little girl," he said, "don't. away and are lost in retrospect.John .-

a wife for Evans. She was prettyas the hearth-rug. "But people like I kitchen. She always stayed with God helping me, I'm going to get Cowper Powys.

well as cheerful. Had good man- that! Jane, I wish you wouldn't go." Jane when Baldy was away. So back. And_ you are going to light
Evans said
ners. Of course, in the old days, She looked up at him with her "Good-night" and start- my way. Jane, do you know whenI

Evans would, inevitably, have chin tilted. "I don't see how' I can ed back. saw you coming towards me with anteed Cellophane-wrapped accurate aspirin.
looked higher. There had been refuse." He found the path between the that dim lantern seemed sym- Proecied!

plenty of rich girls eager to attract- "Of course she can't. Evans, pines, walked a few steps and stumbled bolic. Hope held out to me-seen Package teJ e I

him. He had had unlimited invita- don't be so unreasonable," Mrs. Fol- He sat down on the log that through a fog, faintly. But a light, GENUINE PURE ASPIRIN

tions. Women had, in fact, quite lette interposed; "it will be a 'wonderful had tripped him. He had no wish to nevertheless."

run after him. Florence Preston thing for Jane to know Edith." go on. His depression was intense. "Oh, Evans, if I could love you, Silence an Art
had rather made fool of herself. Night was before him and'darkness. I would know that.:"
a you
"Will it be such a wonderful thing Loneliness. And Jane would be with Silence is one great art of con
And Florence's father had millions. for her to know Frederick Towne?" Frederick Towne.He "I know. You'd tie up the broken versation. He is not. a fool who

But now-? Mrs. Follette knew He flung it at them. had for Jane a feeling of wings of every bird. You'd give knows when to hold his tongue.-

how little Evans had at the momentto Jane demanded, "Don't you want less adoration. She would hope-be crutches to the lame, and food to William Hazlitt.

offer. She hated to admit it, but me to have any good times?" his. For how could he never to the hungry. And that's the-way you
try keep "
the truth evident. Watching the feel about me.
was He stared at her for a moment
her? "I'll be a gull over the sea-a
two young people, she decided that and when he spoke it was in a dif- ship in full sail-a the He had let her go now, and they

should 'Evans care for Jane, she And he was just a ghost in a fog. road-never a ghost in gypsy a fog.on" stood apart, shrouded in ghostly ruinedeyes

would erect no barriers. As for ferent tone. "Yes, of course. I beg And he was just a ghost in a fog! white. by neglect; they get red and
Jane with Evans wouldbe "
marriage Oh what the of "God helping me, he said again, sore and you let them go. Don'tdo
was use
in a way, a rise in the world. your pardon, Janey. ever "I'll get back. That's a promise, it. Leor Ts Golden Eye
Mrs. Follette having effaced her- "climbing up the climbing wave"?
She would live at Castle Manor in- and here's hand Lotion relic soreness Jn ono
stead of at Sherwood Park.It self for the moment from the con- One must have something of hope Janey" my uponit. day. Cools,heals and strengthens.LEONARDI'S .

versation, decided that things be- to live on. A dream or twoahead.How I .
was after five when Baldy tele- She him her hand. "God
tween her son and little Jane Barnes long he sat there he did not : gave GOLDEN EYE LOTION
phoned triumphantly: "Jane, Edith us'both she said.
might reach a climax at any mo- know. And all at once. he was helping MAKES WEAK EYES STRONGNew
[Towne has agreed to go home to- ment. "I believe he's half in love aware of a pale blur against the He lifted her hand and kissed it. Large Size with Droppei-50 mils

'night. And I'm to take her. I calledup with her," she told herself in some prevailing gloom. And then he heardJane's Then, in silence, they walked on, S.B.Leonardl O Co.lne.,New Rochelle N.T.
Mr. Towne and told him and he
reached the house.
be bewilderment.As voice, calling, "Evans? ,Evans they
wants you to there when we TO BE CONTINUED)
for Frederick Towne, shedidn't ?
come. He'll send Briggs for
you consider him for a moment. He answered and-she came up to Falsehoods Our Curse
and we are all to have dinner to-
['' Jane was a pretty child. But Frederick him. "Your mother telephonedthat Iron Will FloatIt Liars are the cause of all the
'gether. I
"But, Baldy, I don't know Edith Towne could have his pick of you had not come homeandshe is usually said that iron will sins and crimes in the world.-

Towne. Why doesn't he ask some women. There would be nothing serious was worried." not float, but it will. A ball of iron Epictetus.
'of her own friends?" in this friendship with Jane; She was holding the lantern up placed in a pan of liquid mercury

"She doesn't want 'em. Hates I Jane called up Towne. "It was to the length of her arm. In her will float and even support other
of to ask she cloak she shone through the of it. Stones and
them all, and anyhow he has asked good you me, -said. orange weight on top
"I am at the Follettes', but I'll go veil of mist, luminous. other heavy objects will also float in
(. Why ?
worry home and dress and Briggs can "My dear," she said, gently, mercury. The reason is that mer-
"I'll have to go home and dress." come for me there." "why, are you sitting here?" cury has a specific .gravity of 13.59,

"Well, you're to let him know at "Come as you are." "Because there isn't any use' in while that of iron is 784. Iron will

'once where Briggs can get you. I "You wouldn't say that if you going on." not float in water because the spe-

told him you were at the Follettes'." could see me. I took a walk with She lowered the lantern so that it cific gravity of water is 1, so that

Jane went back and repeated the Evans this afternoon and I show the shone on his face. What she saw an equal volume of iron is 7.84 timesas

conversation to Evans and his moth- effects of it." there frightened her. "Are you feel- heavy as water.





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';:: view of a new film, adapted from / to wear or. carry an Easter lilyon
:, a novel by a very popular writer. J Easter Sunday, as this floweris
Afterwards he was asked what he I
a symbolic reminder of the unsuccessful -
f thought of it."Excellent ; Easter rebellion in
," he replied. "Who y \ Dublin in 1916.
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: "I wouldn't have known it," said Pennsylvania was allowed to serve
f' the author. "But it would make j
for 14 years on the bench of the
1 an excellent novel. Mind if I use : 4 Supreme Court of the United
'= "
it? ,
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give us an option on the film duct.
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!, handkerchiefs." 4 f i3usue t ss sion of the family wash, which is
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as fore-shore which is common on I WANTED: Representative to look OPERATION PLANNED TOREMOVE
in the
Sugar Quota district who has for served the past as two years was the ,south, west ,and northwest shore after our magazine subscription interests : "OUTSIDE BRAIN"1
I In Clewiston and vicinity.Our .
re-appointed by the committee to of the lake.. I
that position at a salary of $200' The planting of cajeput trees, "plan enables you to secure a An operation is planned on tiny
(Continued From Page 1) month. Eleven fire wardens, one Brazilian oaks and willows on the I II good part of the hundreds of dol- Marjorie Janet Fortson;- week-old

foreign countries and other overseas per each of the counties in the berm of the levees and the fore- lars spent in this vicinity each fall daughter of Mr. and Mrs. N.' H.

areas supply almost three- for Drainage District, will I shore areas as a breakwater during and winter for magazines. Oldest Fortson of Felda who was born

fourths of our sugar, vital fool Everglades be appointed in place of the nine high winds was also described. Manythousands agency in U. S. Guaranteed lowest with a lemon-sized protuberance.

stuff, is well demonstrated in the I employed but none of these I" of these trees have already rates on all periodicals, domestic from the back of her head. It was
rise in prices during the now been and a contractfor and foreign. Instructions and physicians
abrupt will be named until the first' rf planted at first thought by In
past several days", concluded Mr. I October nor will their salary be the planting of additional thou- equipment free. Start a ,growingand the Fort Myers hospital where the

Moran. fixed. sands has been let. .. ,w__ permanent____ business__ _,_..u in whole I i birth occurred that the growth
Clarence R. Bitting, president of At the conclusion _of the talK \ I or spare ume. especially adaptablefor '"contained brain cells, but it now
the sugar corporation, has for the I L. Davis, a representative.of conservation Broadfoot was kept busy for some Shut-ins.. Address MOORE- appears that it may be filled only
made an intensive the federal soil of the COTTRELL, Inc., Naples Road,
past several months nf time answering the questions with a fluid which may be drained
plea that the quota restric department of the Department in members who seemed deeply inter- North Cohocton, N. Y. and the growth removed safely.
who has located
tions should be. removed in orderto Agriculture Clewiston to take charge of the ested in this work.Remodeling The baby is taking nourishmentand

permit .continental United Statesto growing normally in every respect -
federal survey of the Everglade:: IV THE CmCtJIT COURT OK TIIKTWKL.FTH
her own sugar require it is said.
produce authorized by the last Congress foi Work JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
ments. Many times he has pointedout FLORIDA IN AND FOR HKNDRY
of Euro fire prevention, made a talk before ( COUNTY IN CIIANCKRY.;
that the outbreak United the members of the new board and Started On Church IN THE MATTER OF THE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
neutral, would worka promised every cooperation to PAULINE BERNER TO FLORIDA IN AND FOR HENDRY
out muck fires in the 'gladesHe
hardship on this country by limiting stamp ORDER AND IJECREK. RE: )
Off-shore stated that the Congress hac: Rev. Father Lawrence J. Flynn And now on this 15th day of August PETITION OF BERYL )
its sugar supply. $75,000 for this survey has announced that work will beginon A. D. 1939, the above entitled BOWDEN TO TAKE CHARGE)
areas and foreign countries would appropriated matter coming on for hearing upon OF AND MANAGE HER OWN)
markets where as a matching fund for state the remodeling and repaintingof the report of H. A. Rider, Master In ESTATE AND PROPERTY,)
ship to European and that this wouldbe Saint Mary's Church, Pahokee, Chancery. to whom this matter was AND BECOME A FREE )
the war conditions brought about appropriations hereinbefore referred by the Order of I DEALER. )
The logic of his rea forthcoming at any time to just as soon as plans have been this Court, with the authority. and DECREE .
higher prices. match state funds for mapping; completed. direction to take testimony and to This cause came on to be heard uponMaster'l'
almost immed make Inquiries to the capacity, herein, and
soning was proven as 1 the report filed
broke outvhen out a plan to prevent fires and also I The architecture of the competency and qualifications of the upon considpratlon thereof.
iately after war I' for control of any fires whicl]' tower will be changed, and a new: above named PAULINE: BERNER. ..to IT IS ORDERED, ADJUDGED AND
rose .
food prices, particularly sugar c of and manage her own DECREED as follows:
might start. His plan, he said, i? bell Installed. state and property, and to become 1.. That this court has full Jurisdiction -
abruptly. of control which will pre Recently new electric fans have 3. Free Dealer; of the subject matter of this.
dispatches from Washington a system And It appearing to the Court from cause, and that all proper and neces-
Press vent fires from starting and thus been placed throughout the the report of said Master herein filed sary steps have been taken incident,
_state that the President confer avoid the necessity for fire fightin-;; adding definitely to the comfort of that: the said PAULINE BERNER is and necessary to presentation for this
with Secretary Wallace on a. married woman over twentyoneyear final hearing.
red expense. |'worshippers. soC age, residing at Clewis ton. 2. That the report of: the Master
mounting food prices and quotedthe Father Flynn, besides the pastorate Hendry Count Florida, and that her appointed herein be and the same is
President as saying that his ac Dr. R. V. Allison, state toil: con Church Husband, ia CARl. H. BERNER and I hereby fully confirmed in every respect
servationist of the University ot of Saint Margaret's that the aald PAULINE BERNER pos- and the applicant, Bcryl Bow-
tion was "necessitated by the increased madea which he holds here in Clewiston, .sesses the capacity, competency and den, who Is known as Mrs. Keathley
world demand due to the Florida, was also present and "qualifications to take charge of, manage \Bowden, and who is now a resident
talk, promising full cooperation to is also pastor of Saint Mary's Church and control her own estate and. of Clewiston, Florida, be and she is
European war, by unusually heavy; in Pahokee, and his parish boun- property, and to become a Free Dealer hereby granted a license in accord-
by consumers and by; the board in their efforts. in every respect, and that the ance with the prayer of the petition,
purchases The last Legislature appropriated daries include the whole Lake Okee- prayer of her Petition should be \and she is authorized to take charge
'apparent' speculative activity. chobee section, from LaBelle in granted; lof and control her state, and to become
consumers", said the $75,000 for the use of the fire IT IS THEREFORE ORDERED ADJUDGED a free dealer in every respect;
"Many control board to fight Evergladesfires Hendry County, and Lakeport and AND DECREED, That the to contract and be contracted with
president, "presumably have been Moore Haven in Glades County, to prayer In said Petition be, and the to sue and be sued and to bind her-
sugar with the view of but Governor Cone thus far same Is hereby, grunted, and that the self in all respects as If she were
purchasing has not released the money. Mr. Belle Glade and Canal Point in said PAULINE BERNER be and she unmarried.
holding it in reserve against the Palm Beach County. is hereby, authorized to manage, take I DONE AND ORDERED at Fort
possibility of a lengthy war, and Boe appointed five members of the charge of, and control her property, Myers, Florida, this the 10th ,day' of
board to to Tallahassee on and to be and become a Free Dealerin August, 1939.
holders go
some speculators and other Ceo. W. Whitehurst,
: every respect. \
apparently taken advantageof September 25 to confer with the 1000 Deer Killed GEO. W. WHITEHURST." Judge.. Circuit Judge.
have this situation to advance prices Governor in regard to this appropriation Aug. 18 25, Sept. 1, 8, 15. August 18, 25, September 1, 8.

rapidly and capture windfall prof and to the budgetary requirements In Collier CountyDr. --------- -

its. : A great number of complaints of the district.
have been made within the Members of this committee are:

few days that the quota re C. E. Miner, Thos. S. Caro, Alto J. V. Knapp, director of the FAMOUS HOMES fN HISTORY

past marketing are "Watford, J. F. Colson and Mr. floeFire state livestock sanitary board \,
strictions on sugar r-e-I ,
will also ac week that more "
making it difficult and costly for: Chief Stafford ported this _

housewives and industrial users to company them. a thousand deer have been killedin

get enough sugar to supply domestic The nine members of the boardso the Collier county breeding

needs". far appointed by the Governorand ground since the drive- was started I c ,
all of whom were present at early in the summer to exterminatethe ;

The president reminded sugar be the Palm Beach meeting are: Henry; deer and the cattle fever tick ",
producers that the quotas may Lucie O. D. are supposed to
Hazelief, St. County; with which they
such a step
Hattaway, .Martin, J. F. Colson, be infested.
welfare .
become necessary for the should also Palm Beach, R. Boe, Glades, C. "E. This number is said to be those ','.;
of the producers. Miner, Hendry: Thomas S. Caro, deer killed by hunters and reported y.-
said, "that) the do I
noted" he
be Monroe, H. M. Foreman of Brow- but woodmen state that probably
mestic sugar producerswill under the ard, E. Roberts of Collier and Alto I another thousand has been killed I .- iht //ome o6 -
to receive payments .
Okeechobee. No member reported.. 'I'JI
Watford of and not V V
1939 conditional payment programnow "HOME SWEET HOME'This
counties will continue
will, of from Dade or Highlands The special season ,
effect. Producers,
in been appointed.The until November 1 after which licensed -
has as yet
that under the I lIIttlI OWN
course, understand next meeting of the board hunters will be barred and .
the act It g$ the home of John
of sugar
provisions k was Yom
:: will be held in Pahokee on October paid hunters will be hired to complete -
should not be assumed that pay 4. the deer extermination.Dr. Howard Payne, author of one HOME.
to I Wt
with respect
ments can be made .*
future 'crops ,so long as quotas must Knapp stated that the deer ', of America's best loved songs
and Highlands .-
extermination in Glades "

be should continued anyone in assume suspension.that increased Nor- Broadfoot Speaks counties carried on last of year dip- let-us help you achieve the security

with the regular program

acreage of war planted conditions under can the be stimulus made- (Continued From Page 1) ping had been highly successful and de- and comfort of a home of your own
be "
for purposes of determining minor damage to the levees in its: that both ;Bounties would : V
permanent in clared tick free by December 1.
future allotments." direct path verified the findings .
I regard to this east shore work

which is now underway. It was seen

R. Boe IsContinued- that something would have to be FOR SALE: House hold furnish- Clewiston Federal Savingsand

(done to break up the waves before ings, including. Frigidaire, electric

they struck the levee in this sweeper,. rugs, chairs, lamps, etc.
From ,
( stretch of open lake unprotected by Forest C. Taylor, Telephone 81.
of the important I Loan Association
chairmanship the exposed lands or shallows in, I Community Church 'Manse' Clewis-

committee.W.. M. .Stafford of Lake Worth I i the lake bed known to the engineers; ton. J

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