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: October 27, 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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'I VOLUME 18, NUMBER 40 ___ _

" Sugar Harvest Season I i Clewiston 40 Everglades 6 Fire Control Board MetWednesday

'_. Is Begun On Schedule At Inn On

: Word was received just as we
/ .
: ,_. go to press* that Clewiston's Tigers c,
:" ":, ) ilcfciitcd Everglades there today by NO MORE MEETINGS WILL

'S"," SUGAR HOUSE BEGINS GRINDING .1 License Laws Cause I a score of 40-0. Tigers To PlayEverglades I BE HELD EXCEPT ON/ 'I

AT ONE O'CLOCK TUESDAY The Tigers scored twelve points I CHAIRMAN'S CALL.

'.' AFTERNOON: Some Conofusion. re I in the first four minutes* of play. I TodayCoach ? ---- I

Touchdowns were made by Lang, I The Everglades Fire Control '

The great sugar house of the I 2, Stone 2, Hooker 12. Vaughn added I Board, in a meeting held Wednes-
Dick Turk squadof
United States Sugar Corporation, The influx of laborers during the I four points after touchdowns. day at the Clewiston Inn agreed no
football players left this morning
Tuesday after- past week from other states, the< fire wardens would be dischargedand
began grinding cane for Everglades where they meet the
majority of whom are unfamiliarwith I no cuts would be made in salar-
noon at one o'clock on schedule Visiting Hours To six-man team of the Collier county
state laws relative to securing; ies or expense accounts unless the
and officials state that the new me- city on their gridiron at 2:30'this
a Florida license tag for their cars I' board was ordered by Gov. Cone to
chanical installations made this and a driver's license before drivinghas Be Observed At MillAs afternoon. act differently, Fire Chief W. H.
Little is known of the strength
summer are operating perfectly and caused steps to be taken by the Stafford was asked to confer with
II --' of the Everglades squad as they
United States Sugar' Corporation task < the Governor soon as possible
shutdown due to
has been
there no
has been customary in past only recently organized but the -
county officials to exercise some I and explain to him the necessityfor
mechanical trouble, indicating greatcr seasons the United States Sugar with the memory of last Fridays' :
leniency until all are paying the wardens well and
mechanical efficiency for the< t Corporation has made arrangementsfor win over the strong Boca
with the laws. for keeping trained men',on the job.
I.' reception of visitors!? at the sugar Grande aggregation are confident
season and a smaller percentage of: The attention of these worker; house here' and two trained of winning today's game. The board also agreed, on -the

lost time during the season. 'who have driven their cars here I guides will be present to' escort Fourteen players made the trip suggestion of C. E. Miner, Clewis-
from other states is called to the: I ton member that no more meetings
Excellent weather conditions; groups through the mill and explain accompanied by Coach Turk, Sandy
greeted the season opening and the state law which requires' that a I the various steps in raw sugar Bell, requested by Everglades to would be held unless called by the

heavy rains in some sections last worker must have a state license manufacture. come as referee and Dick Owen,, chairman to transact :some! particular -
effect for his car before accepting a job business. ...
had harvesting team
week on
no manager.
I Visitors hours will be from !9:00
i'n ;
schedules. In a few places where the state and also to the The probable starting line-up this Members of the board, soon ,.af
s law effect a. m. until 4:00 p. m. each day
fall planting operations have not recently'put the afternoon will be: J. B. Brantle ter being called to order by Chair
of the week Monday
except ,
requires of
been completed this work was temporarily which the driver every I and Sam Lang at ends, Jim Davis ,, man R. Boe, voted in favor of a

halted by the rains. motor, 'vehicle to secure ,a fifty cent, 'I regular clean-up day. I center, J. D. Hooker at right half,, short executive session, the only

Jay W. Moran, vice-president and driver's license and, if driving a Munselle Stone at left half and Bud dissenting vote being cast by Judge

general manager of the corporation,, truck, a one dollar chauffeur's li-I I IBO'OSI Vaughn at quarter. Thos. S. Caro, Key West member/

states that as is, customary: the first cense. CLUB IS FORMED TO The nature of the business trance-' '

few days of the season the sugar LaBelle Man Is acted in the thirty' minute cfos .

house is not working at top capacity session was not disclosed. .
Qualifying Rounds MOORE'FO R,
a "warming up", period be- I' Killed In Crash Mr. Stafford was also asked;.to .

ing necessary to permit the organi- meet with the Everglades Drainage' ,,.
Will Start SundayFor
zation adjustment and also slight District board to obtain authorityto !
mechanical adjustments. The same i use district canals for the diversion \
is true in the field where a short Golf Tourney iI i of waters now being discharged :

time is necessary for the workersto I 32, of LaBelle and from Lake Okeechobee through the "\
Alva Hendry,
-- 26-
I Moore Haven, Fla., October
acclimate themselves. Caloosahatchee Canals
thoroughly St. Lucie and -
Qualifying rounds or the Everglades 'Put MOORE In 'The Treasury""lub Wayne Maynard, 38, of Avon Par
This warming up period, Mr. Moran for the purpose of flooding several -
says, should be ended by the first j Medal play championship' I No. 1 was ,organized here this were both killed Sunday morning hundred thousand acres of land
will swing into action 1 Dowd when the airplane in which they
of November and operations begin tournament week with John R. president at the In the lower 'glades to prevent fires.
with mid-season effiicency at that it the Clewiston Golf course on I md Charles F. Brewer, secretary- were stunting, with Maynard Park( The proposed flooded area wIlLrbe
the Avon
?ctober 28th and continue through I reasurer; for the purpose of promoting jontrols., crashed at between the Miami and the NorthNew
of about
time.An, ample supply of labor is reported November' 5th.An I the candidacy of H. E. (Eu- airport, from an altitude instantaneou1ind River Canals. '

the laborers being mainly entry fee of $1.00 will be i lell) Moore for the office of State 500 the feet.fuselage Death of was the ship had to Short talks were made at the

workers for the corporation in for- charged to cover cost of trophies I Treas, rGr. could meeting by'C.. Kay Dafls, district
be cut away before the ,bodies
mer years who are attracted back and medals to be awarded the win-I 9 federal soil conservation director
be removed.
r by the excellent rate of pay receivcd ner J and runner-up of each I Hendry was an amateur pilot and and by Tl. M. Ross of 'Spartanburg,

( and the housing, and,::other- facill- The qualifying score of each en- I instructions from 3, Car.,, assistant regional director
had taken flying
\:;:/ ties, 'provided for their comfort. rant will designate the flight he or I Ishe I I Maynard, receiving his private piot's of the service. Rep. E. L. Stewart '
; will be in and the number of I 3f Clewiston also made 'a brief talk
license in August. He had purchased -
Red Cross Course entrants will determine the number I being Introduced by Mr. Boe as the
I a plane of his own shortlythereafter
of flights. 6 father of the fire control bill under
: which he flew with .'
The tournament will be played New which the board was operating.
Completed FridayThe : Florida "good will tour" to
over 72 holes and gives each person %. ceg2 :York this summer. About, three Prior to the meeting the board

entering the: tournament 5 I weeks ago'he had damaged his planein members inspected the equipment

thirty hour instructors' rounds of golf for the entry fee of t& making an after-dusk landing at of the district which was drawn upon

course in first aid work with Harry $1.00-four rounds of tournament I :his private field near his home in the banks of the levee canal near

Kenning, regional director of the play and one round for qualifyingscore. LaBelle and the plane was in ,Avon the: hurricane gate by Fire Chief

Red Cross in charge was completedlast I Park for repair. With Harry DeLaney Stafford and his men. Pumps were

Friday night in Clewiston and The tournament will be played i I I he had flown from LaBelle started and the efficiency of operation -

nineteen instructors' certificateswere between November 6th and December I Sunday morning in DeLaney's new of the various units demon

issued to members of the class 3rd, inclusive. Scores may be,j i plane to consult Maynard about strated. .
composed mainly of U. S. Engineersand turned in at any time the player I these plane repairs. All members were in attendance
at the meeting as follows: R., Boo,
sugar corporation employees.The wishes. ti, > 1 Upon their arrival. in Avon Park
class was sponsored by 'the The Clewiston course is in excellent I .layiiard is said to have asked DeLaney chairman, Glades county, C. E.

Glades county and Clewiston chanters : condition, due to the untiring ; to allow him to take the Miner of Hendry, Alto Watford

of the American Red Cross. efforts of Don Young, who recently plane up to try some maneuvering. secretary, Okeechobee, H. F. Hazel-

,Classes were held for three hours I resigned from the position of pro- 1 9 DeLaney at first demurred and finally lief, St. Lucie, 0. D. Hattaway, Martin -

for five nights each week in two ,. 'essional. His work is being continued agreed. Hendry, it was said R. Roberts, Collier, J. F.' Colon -'

weeks and during this time Mr. by the new,pro, Bob Bair, who accompanied him 'only after all of Palm] Beach, H. M. Foreman, f

Kenning not only gave them lec- was associated with Mr. Young. II. E. (Eudell) Moore I II the others present had refused.' The Broward, John Forth, Dade, T. ,J.

tures on first aid but also instruc- This is the first tournament of 1 I I,motor sputtered and the plane Durrence, Highlands and Thos. S.

tions in teaching and practical ap- the season and the first under the I Mr. Moore has been connectedwith plunged earthward from a barrel Caro, Monroe.

plication of the lessons taught. A direction of Mr. Bair, and a splendid the State Auditing Departmentfor roll when too close to the groundto "
fifteen minute quiz was given each entry list is expected. the past' .twelve years and was permit bringing it out. Fire Board Gives :
with the U. S.; Postal Service for
,evening. Maynard was a veteran pilot, and
ten prior ,to his entrance into I
Instructors' certificates were issued Four Miles Road I the State Auditing service. During gained; much of his flying experienceat Unit DemonstrationEverglades
to B. W. Arvin, Geo. T. Augur, : Kelly" Field in Texas. He is ,said
his service with the auditing department -
Jean T. 'Barrow, Wm. M. Bradnack, Being Re-surfaced I to have had one serious crash a
H. he has worked in the Fire Chief W. H.
Chambers, Cecil H. Crews, B. number of years ago in which his
C. Flaniken, G. M. Ford, R. C. majority of the counties of Florida was killed and he was Stafford brought all of the firefighting

Hooks, Jack 11. Lewis, Leslie C. The R. B. Stewart Company, Fort 'and has made a host of friends seriously passenger injured. His father was units of the district here

Miller, \\ F. Nail, Donald K. Myers contractors, began work throughout the state. ,.in charge: of Dorr Field at Arcadia Wednesday morning and placed

Plank Robert N. Smith; Buford Wednesday. re-surfacing a four'mile I He is.a native of Wakulla. County, luring the .'World War. He is sur- them on the shore of the levee-

Surrency, Alton Turner, Boyd T. stretch of Road 25 between 'Whifl- I its forty-five years of age, married rived by his wife and two children anal near the hurricane gate where
Vorhees, Sandy Bell and V. C.' den's Corner and Clewiston. The and has two sons and one daughter. members of the fire control board,

Woodward. A standard course cer- west end of' the project is approximately He is a member of the Baptist I Hendry was associated with his in session here that day, could see

tificate was given to J. J. Graham. a mile and a half east of Church, a Mason and an Elk and ather J. B. Hendry and his brother them operated. Many ,other citizens

kVhidden's corner, the junction. of Ihas been associated with a number I Joe B. Jr., in the cattle business at also inspected the equipment duringthe

First Aid Course roads 25 and 67. 10f civic organizations. ILaBelle and was known as a quiet, forenoon.The .
.: It is understood that when this industrious young man, extremely equipment consisted of four

:) At Ortona To Begin section; was built only one layer of I New Apartment House I krell-liked by everyone. He had units and' one small Evinrude
, base was put down and at this time !made many trips in his yellow plane portable pump. The truck units consisted -

he: second layer is being placed, Being Built Here Dyer this city and had many friends of two Dodges equipped with

,.j+ G. M. Ford, one of the class who rolled into a ,layer of asphalt and here among the local aviation enthu- a 3 1-2 inch intake pump and one
will have slag wearing surface international with a four-inch: intake -
received an instructor's certificatein a '- siasts.
Red Cross first aid work here ipplied. Mr. and Mrs. George Yon are His, body was taken to Tampa ,pump.* All three use' a 2' 1-2

last Friday night, will begin a T'he State Road engineers in erecting a two-storyapartment house I for burial, he having. lived .the inch discharge line'and are capableof

standard course in first aid work at charge: of the job are headquarteredin on Pasadena Street immediately adjoining I greater; part of his life in that city. developing a stream of water of
Moore Haven and the contractor and sister, Mrs. W. terrific pressure but the pressure,
the Ortona Lock reservation next the J. J. Kettl home. Work Us mother a
' Monday night. The course is for U., in Cewiston.: Materials are being was begun on the foundation this!; ;B. Barron also survive. according to fire chief Stafford, is
: "f S. Engineer employees and for any unloaded at the Clewiston'Dai.ry morning by Contractor J. F. Tipper; I -- controlled at about 150 pounds to

others who may wish to join. siding. who states that the building will I ADULT SPANISH CLASS prevent damage to hose. The two

Classes will be held on Monday be ready' for occupancy in about ORGANIZED TUESDAY Dodges are also equipped with

and Thursday of each week, two New Drainage Board I five weeks I booster pumps.
hours each evening. It will be t The, building will be of frame i Robert Lado, instructor in foreign The smaller Chevrolet truck is

twenty-hour course so five weeks Member Appointed I construction with asbestos-cement ; languages at the high school equipped with a lighter pump and

will be ,required for completion. I shingle siding and roof and the I has organized an adult Spanish carries a tank of 125-gallons capacity -
Within class which met at the school house for use in extinguishing small
about three weeks Mr I foundation will be of concrete pier :
Ford expects to start others at La. Governor Fred P. Cone last Fri- construction. There will be only two i Tuesday[ night for the first time. grass fires where a large volume

Belle, Clewiston, Canal Point; Okee day named Thad H. Carlton of Fort apartments one on the first floor r Fourteen members were enrolled. of water is not needed. This is de-
chobee and Stuart. Pierce as the new member of the and the other on the second each J The class will meet once each cribed as being one of the most -

Ji l Everglades Drainage District to suc- having two bedrooms, living room, I week probably on Tusday night but units of the group.

i( \., Save a dollar for the Red Cross j'j'ceed the late D. R. MgNeil; of Okee- kitcheu, (1 dinette and bath. Overall i the next meeting of the class isciedtiled On the dock was placed the lit-

-' ,,. roll call drive next month, chobee. dimensions are, 22 feel by 32 feet. for tonight.,, (Continued on Page 8) ..
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Europe Adopts War, Fashions Intensified Warfare Started. Hasty ConclusionsJimmy

came in for the second
To Maintain Normal Routine As time'within the week with his
Germany at Last Realizes trousers torn.

"Go up and mend them your-
ro self,"ordered the harassed mother.
of Peace OverturesEDITOR'S
VaWVMrv Futility Some time later she went up-

11,, k4 stairs to see how he was getting
along. She found no Jimmy.
( NOTE-When opinions are expressed In these columns, they Puzzled, she came downstairs,
are those of the news analyst and not necessarily of this newspaper.) still looking for Jimmy. She no

Released by Western Newspaper Union. ticed, as she passed, that the cel-

lar door, usually shut, was open.
EUROPE : going into action at Jutland less
She went to the door
and called
than a month after being commis-'
: ; y sorQ' War of DiplomacyBiggest sioned. Weathering this battle, she down loudly and angrily, "Are you
uMyu \ running around down there
a :x news on the diplomaticfront was damaged at Valencia in 1937. with-
\ a c ae ;! "
k ;v ara out
was wishful thinking in ,London Last year the $10,000,000 craft was your trousers on?
and Paris to the effect that "sunk" in a British film labeled The reply came in a stern and
Italy was swinging away from Ber- "Torpedoed." This month the Royal heavy masculine voice: "No, mad-
lin to form a strong Balkan peace Oak was really torpedoed and sunk, am, I'm reading the gas meter."

Y bloc, meanwhile adopting a. policyof carrying to the bottom her ill omen
"benevolent neutrality" toward 'and some 785 men.

the allies. There were good, rea- This was only one part of a week- By burning 25% slower than
4F sons for such a move because Italy end's terrific warfare at'sea. Berlin
i\\t: has strong trade interests in the claimed the same submarine which the average of the 15, otherof

ri i\ \ K Balkans, where Russia is trying to sank the ,Royal Oak also, damaged the largest-selling brands
,. .,, ... win an upper hand. Britain's battle cruiser
.. Repulse, but
.... """"' '( -< --x- -
"""" .w. tested-slower than of
Backing the rumor, Italian news- the admiralty said'it couldn't be any
FOR GENTLEMEN-Anthony FOR MADAME-A pretty Pari- papers continued heaping insults on bothered "denying all these re them-CAMELS give a smoke

Eden, cabinet member, carries his sienne studies her 1939 gas mask Communism. Partially spiking it, ports." Six other British and French ing plus equal too
I mask in knapsack, like every in the store mirror. How's the however, was authoritative Editor freighters went to Davy Jones' locker -
gas Londoner. effect, lady? Virgina Gayda, whose II Giornale within three days, but on Friday
other o
D'ltalia termed Prime Minister I the Thirteenth the British navy sank
r _'V NY. <<: ...,.,.-"<.__ Chamberlain's refusal to. call off the : three Uboats.At .

,..,::&' war "a dangerous no.:- ,Rome, the official paper Vie
.n. { { K, Meanwhile Germany *continued dell'Arta "revealed" an' ambitious ,
last-minute efforts to avert war, hav- Nazi scheme to blow Britain's navy
ing waited until, the final heart- off the sea by allotting 200 planesto "
l .breaking moment in the hope that bomb each warship. Fireside ;YYr
; Prime Minister Chamberlain would fighters of the long-theorized war of r
capitulate. U. S. aid, asked Unoffi- airship vs. warship agreed the Nazis
cially, was not forthcoming. Such had made a good start.
desperate efforts could only mean !r'I
that Germany had been surprised, Russian EducationIn
perhaps to her ultimate ruin, by allied -
determination. For recourse the U. S., John Public discov- I: ; ry//j//
> E Der Fuehrer redoubled his efforts to ered' for the first time that Soviet ,
irJ.t cement trade relations with Russia, Russia had a president. To Mich
now busy elsewhere after getting all ael Kalinin, who is' Dictator Josef
: A she wanted from Germany. Big- Stalin's No. 1 puppet, Franklin .
rr l :N' ; .H :: gest question: Now that the allies Roosevelt expressed a hope for con
i i:4; had shunned peace, where was the tinued peaceful Russian-Finnish rei r
"co-operation" Germany and Russia lations. Many another nation was
\ had threatened only two weeks be- also learning about Soviet Russia, a :: 14
fore? 20-year-old bear which has just be-

(Proclaiming Armistice day, President gun to feel its strength: $ ,
Roosevelt revived Europe's intervention Scandinavia. domina- L
Having won
FOR POLICE-London police, FOR TELEPHONESGuardedconversation hopes by asking Americans to look forward tion of the Baltic states, Lithuania,
attired in steel, helmets, become is the rule in London, to "a time when a just and endue Estonia and Latvia, the Soviet
I "sandwich men" during air raid where public 'phone booths are ing peace shall be establi. hed.") turned to Finland and demanded

scares. I sandbagged. military-naval bases. A Finn namedDr.
War Land & in AirOn
on Juho Kusti Paasikivi went to
.t ..... ._ n,',<>>:;.::; :" '<',,,,,?': '::\1<: ", @&: W'm the western front 65 German Moscow- and o rpwAtr
divisions were massed from the sea heard the : d: N

to the Rhine. Significantly, 30 of Russian re- :: .5 5
them stood opposite Holland and quests while )

Belgium, satisfying the experts that thefolks I' / 4i':'.:
:. Nazidom's offensive will follow 1914 back home ;

___u..h...____ rushedmobilization : i 4o yr ,
and ::;' '
4'A .6
t lined up a I
vks 6Y''
firm Scandi-
:< syf
a 7iFOR r4 navian bloc.
t .
4Lci'L I
To Stockholm N

Swe- y'r ,
{ 'r''i6
$ < '
den's venerKALININ
L % sSV.N able King F.D. R. addressed him.

Gustav summoned Denmark's King
Christian, Norway's King Haakon !
ij. and Finland's President Kyosti Kal- CMOKEforpleasure-sxnokeCames
;; lio to decide Scandinavia's attitude.It cigarette goodness. In recent impar-
,a W$ was expected the Finns would sur- tial tests of 16 of the largestsellingbrands
render a few islands, but not the ,a leading research laboratory
i idmnswriYWw''Ow..M. dfn.4. r:;} strategic Aalands which Russia cov- found these results:

WAITRESSES' This Lon- FOR STREETS-White lines ets.Baltic. Estonia's Gen. Johan Lai- 1 CAMELS were found to contain

I don lass ,carries her gas mask in a along London curbing guide traffic doner assured the people their nation MORE the average TOBACCO for the 15 BY other WEIGHTthan of the
neat cylinder strapped around the during blackouts. Autos have white was still free, but there were largest-selling brands.
waist. bumpers and fenders. signs to the contrary. Among them:
The premier resigned and a new 2
cabinet was
while Lithuania, which received a AVERAGE TIME OF THE 15 OTHEROF
W-4c' flub V:Ntry better break from Moscow than either THE LARGEST-SELLING
7 Latvia or Estonia (winning rule BRANDS! By burning 25% slower, on
111i L .__n______. over the former Polish city of Wil- the'average. Camels give smokers the
I YS r no), decided to demand that Ger- equivalent of 5 EXTRA SMOKES PER.
ROYAL OAK many grant her extra territorial PACK

'd\ ;.. ( ?1I Sunk: 875 men and an omen. rights in the harbor of Memel, which In the same tests, CAMELS HELD
i y.i tactics. Intensified German pres- Adolf Hitler seized last spring. The 3 THEIR ASH FAR LONGER than
Lithuanians hoped Russia would. the average time for all the other brands.
sure was not long in coming. a
single day it drove the French backto back their request. You, too, will agree that longburning -
their own soil on a four-mile Balkans. Hungary feared that Camels are America's No. 1 cigarette
J.4 front in the Moselle valley, but ata Russia's Baltic conquest would be for pleasure, economy!
.f 1 :v cost of 500 to 1,000 casualties and followed by demands for Ruthenia,
the loss of 20 tanks. the Ukrainian province seized from
Czecho-Slovakia early this year. Ru-
But bigger news came from the
: mania had similar worries over
i air. Berlin's first bombing scare ,
f Bessarabia, the petroleum-rich area
arrived one evening as Nazi house-
took from Russia after the World
wives were meditating on lard sand-
'EI war. Moreover, Rumania heard reports -
wiches for next morning's break-
that Russia might try to set-
fast (included in the week's suggested -
t J{% 't r : Zk'y'Md: tle Balkan troubles at her expense,
: :: ration menu). Twenty thousandfeet
: 'WJ. up, anti-aircraft artillerymen I taking both Bessarabia and Ruthe-
spotted a "raider." Shot down in nia, and placating the Hungarians
FOR ,DINING-Arrow points to FOR HOSPITALS-Here is harbor the panic, the plane turned out to bea and Bulgarians by giving each a
I convenient gas masks within reach \ entrance to Ramsgate, Eng- lost German bomber. slice of land they lost to Rumania

of' diners at this Paris restaurant. land's new subterranean hospital.I Britain had a genuine scare next after the last war.
day. Fourteen German bombers in- This, it was reliably stated, helda
vaded English soil for the first time. top place among demands Russia
Their objective: The huge naval tried to force down the throat of

,base and bridge at Firth of Forth, Turkey's Foreign, Minister Sukro
near Edinburgh, Scotland. When the Saracoglu. Acting as mediator for
melee was over Britain counted 52 all Balkan states, Saracoglu had reportedly CAMELSLONGBURNING
killed or wounded, and slight dam- refused not only to sell Ru-
4/ : 11 age to one cruiser. Four Nazi bombers mania short, but also to recognize
had been brought down. Russia's Polish grab, create a neu-
tral Balkan bloc under GermanRussian -

War at SeaIn domination, or break Turkey's COSTLIER TOBACCOSPENNY
i alliance with Britain and France.
1651 _.Britain's fugitive King
Charles II hid in an oak tree at Russian troops were massed on FOR PENNY YOUR
Boscobel Shropshire after the bat- her borders, but the Turks stood,so
.. ___._.___ felt she
.c.------- ---- -n. -- tle of Worcester. A few years later firm that many a diplomat BEST CIGARETTE BUY!
proud Britons named a warship aft- held the balance of European power. -
FOR SWIMMING Even at theoler FOR HOUSING-An English -/4
1 er their revered "royal oak." The Her position: Turkey would stay --
swimmin hole these young eouple turnstheir underground air : the allies fought Russia,
ship was promptly sunk by the neutral if The Ads Guide You on
Britishers must carry their gas raid shelter into a rock garden up Dutch in 1667. Ten more "Royal I' but she would join the allies if Italy Tour
stairs. Oaks" carried the ill omen, the last took sides with Germany. Your Shopping


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May Be Result SUNDAY I L in;

Senonel Feuura
Of Infections
Dean of The Moody Bible Instituteof
,,", .- Chicago. FAITH

: ,::i'." :'-, (Released by Western Newspaper Union.) "THE J present world situation is

s(: .;, By DR. .JAMES. BARTON showing us that men cannot leave
: "
God out of account and retain their
':,; :.:' A ,PROFESSOR of medicine Lesson for October 29 faith in the dignity of human personality -

,; -; was examining the blood and the sacredness of human liberty

. ', of sisters one Lesson subjects and Scripture texts selected and human life."-Bishop William T.
pressure ", and copyrighted by International Manning. -
z' aged 70 and the other aged 64, permission.Council of Religious Education; used by

and after feeling Life a TorchLife

the, blood vessels TODAY'Sin BEVERAGE ALCOHOL AND is no brief candle for me.

the wrist, stated SOCIAL PROGRESS It is a splendid torch which I hold,

that the sister HEALTH and 'I want to make it burn as

LESSON TEXT-Micah 2:9.11: ; Luke 21: brightly as possible before hand-
aged 64 was really 29-31. 34.36; I Corinthians 6911. ing it on to future generations.Shaw. .-

older than the one GOLDEN TEXT-Know ye not that the .
unrighteous shall not inherit the kingdomof
aged 70, because her blood vessels God-I Corinthians 6:9.

were harder and her blood ,'

pressure was therefore higher. "International Temperance Sun-

The one aged 70 had had a fam- I' day-October 29, 1939." Let us join

with the world in mak-
the people over
ily of :nine, whereas one
ing our protest against the sale and

, aged 64 had had but one child. d -' 4 use of intoxicating liquors. If ev-

The older sister had also had amore fit '' sw f fEr. ery Christian would declare himselfon

difficult time financially.The this matter now, there would bea

tremendous impact made on this BABY CHICKSCNPC"S'
physician pointed
universal problem and notice wouldbe

that, despite her large familyand served on the liquor industry, Assorted tested. No heavi .btood-$390

her more difficult time on politicians, and on unbelieving No culls. 100 postpaid
Send Money Order for Prompt Shipment.
financially, there were two mankind that Christianity intends to Lift Delivery Guaranteed

reasons why she was really do something about it. ATLAS CO., 2651 Chouteau St. louis Mo.

than her I. Lovers of Wine and Strong
younger yrcii'j\ Drink Destroy Their Nation (Mic. PHOTOGRAPHYTrial
younger sister. First, she had fig. 2:9-11).

had to meet' so many more diffi- oder--6 or 8 exposure roll developedand
That statement surprisesome printed 19c. Velox
may prints.
culties she had thus learned how to Snap Shop Dept. L, Drawer A, Jax, Fla.
...., ,, 4 of our self-styled patriots who
: '' H"'' '" '" "=" '' '
a meet and overcome them. There > /" "n'W''iIi f"'JTm 1 ''': 'h'X .mm
like to wave the flag and speak
would be, therefore, less tenseness '
PUMPKIN PIES F OR HALLOWEEN swelling words of devotion to our Buckram and Tacks
',or tightening of the blood vessels
See Recip es Below. country and who at the same time

from emotional disturbances. Sec love their intoxicating drinks. Mi- To Stiffen Valance <
ond, she had had all her teeth removed When Witches and Harvest Moon Doughnuts. :
cah rightly points out that his pea 1
and dental plates fitted at ,a (Makes 24 doughnuts)
Roam had to the place where
Goblins ple come
much earlier age than had her sister "D EAR MRS. SPEARS: A
%. cup butter they chose men to be prophets be-
friend gave me a of
"As psychic (mental or emotional What night is better suited to in- 1 cup sugar cause they encouraged the people in your Book 3 and I can't tell you
the of wine and strong drinksv.
2 use
formal entertaining than all Hal- eggs what a transformation is
) influences have effect in
a great
must therefore J
( 11) They
raising blood low's Eve? Candlelight, leering 4 cups flour place in my home because of it.
pres- Jack-o-lanterns and 4 teaspoons baking powder result which follows, namely, the For \
sure, mental hygiene crepe paper a long time I have wanted liv- \4
destruction of the home and of the
'. is very important in decorations in orange and black cre- 1 teaspoon salt ing room curtains with smoothly
nation 9 10).
the treatment of ate an eerie atmosphere for an eve- 1 teaspoon nutmeg (vv. fitted valances stiffened with

>C;'' t high blood pressure. ning of hilarious fun. :% teaspoon cinnamon We are all familiar with the claim ad- buckram. Could you give me step- ;
retarded the
Cultivation of calm- No one "dresses"-or, if they do, 1 cup milk that prohibition by-step directions for making

3'S'' J moderation they dress in grotesque costumes vancement of our nation and that, them?"
ness, 1 teaspoonanilla
which only add to the festivity. its repeal would bring a return to A four-inch valance shelf buck-
{/ avoidance, of haste, ;
Fat for deep fat frying- moral standards reduce
higher ,
% ambition, anger, Entertainment is simple, and easyto ram and thumbtacks are the only, .
** Cream butter and Beat.in crime, bring in prosperity, etc. The '
sugar. 'extras" needed. 1: Cut the buckHINSERT
<; anxiety and excite provide. Old fortune telling -
2t eggs. Sift together dry ingredientsand facts reveal that none of these have
L ment-there shouldbe and bob-
games add alternately with milk. Add come true. Crime has increasedby UCUT BUCKRAM4"
seeking of the bing for applesare
vanilla. Roll, doughinch thick leaps and bounds under repeal,
life. The
quiet easy always and cut with doughnut cutter. Fryin a situation so well known as to lo'

Dr. Barton 'blood pressure' and a trip deep fat at 385 degrees until call for no proof. Moral standards i (. PAGING
should never be dist 1 a "cham- cwNTz
brown. have rapidly downward with
1fun doughnuts are
\ cussed and blood pressure examina- of horrors" is ,, BUCKRAM
t. --- the free use of liquor. _
C tions should be few and far apart." much a part, Taffy Apples.
.. Just now much is being made of e '
.' V, Exercise Is Important.Rest -: f of Halloween as 2 cups granulated sugar the many jobs which are supposedto (CUP TRIM
-:= are good things ijn'
and exercise must be pre- to eat. Vz cup light corn syrup have been created by the liquor

scribed as needed. Regular after- For variety, and a lull in the ex- % cup water industry. What 'are the facts? The ( BUCKRAM

dinner naps, a rest cure, a vaca-. citement of wilder entertainment, Red liquid coloring (few drops) Christian Herald tells us, "A million [ TURN AND PRESSram -)

tion for the nervous overworked is you might try a, "paper and pencilgame" 12 .red apples dollars spent for furniture would F}' : T UMB TACK

just as important as is exercise to -a prize to be given to the 12 skewers employ 339 persons, spent for boots

the easy-going, overweight individual. and shoes 336 persons, for home --is VALANCE
guest who can list the greatest Few drops oil of peppermint, cinna-. SHELF
for booze
furnishings 191 persons,
number of
superstitions, or answer cloves
mon or And rememberthat the exact size of the finished
The second'cause of high blood the greatest number of questions in just 95 persons.
Wash apples thoroughly and dry jobs making the stuff that destroys valance-no seam allowances. The
pressure to be prevented or corrected a "Cat Questionnaire" (for exam-
them. Insert skewer in blossomend. other jobs, are not worth hav- chintz for the valance and the facing -
is infection. The infection may ple),' "What cat is an ancient bury-
Put sugar, ing. The man who drinks is helpingto material are cut larger as indicated
come from tonsils, teeth, gall blad- ing place? (catacomb) and "What
der, intestine or other parts of the cat is a plant of the mint family?" I corn syrup and t destroy his nation.II. 2: Outline the scallops

body. With each infection may come (catnip). water into a \\ Christians Do Not Drink, Be- by drawing around the buckram.
saucepan and Look for Christ's Return 3: Stitch the chintz and facing
just a slight inflammation of the lining Food for a Halloween gatheringis cause
of the blood vessels, with the simple and substantialbakedbeans cook, stirring until (Luke 21:29-31, 34-36). with right sides together. Steps
the sugar is S r 4 5 and 6 Trim the
; : scallops
result that the muscular elastic not "looking for that
or with brown bread, cabbage [ dissolved. Con- If we are
between them then turn
coat of the blood vessels is replacedby slaw, and coffee; doughnuts with tinue cooking blessed hope" (Titus 2:13), we and 7: Insert; the buck

a hard tissue. mulled cider, 'or' pumpkin pies a without should consider whether any of press.
ram; fitting it smoothly into the
la mode. You'll find the following the things mentioned in these verses
among until the
300 F.
temperature degrees scallops. Turn in and stitch the
suggestions some that are have gained control in our lives:
is reached-crack stage. top allowing % inch to extend
Liver Acts old and some that are new. the cares of this life, surfeiting, or ;
above the buckram. 8 Tack this
Wash crystals away from side oft drunkenness. But why speak to :
Caramel Pecan Tarts. soft to the shelf.
saucepan as mixture cooks. Cook edge
about that? Surely they
As Natural FilterA (Makes 6 tarts) slowly during latter part of periodso do Christians not use intoxicants. Sadly NOTE: If you have had Mrs.

few years ago I found that I 1 can sweetened condensed milk that syrup will not darken., Re- enough, some do. Taking advantageof Spears' books 1 and 2, you will

was writing about the liver so often 2 tablespoons hot water move from flame and set saucepan the fact that the Bible speaks of want No. 3. It is full of new ideas

that I practically stopped writing 6 small tart shells into boiling water. Note: A double temperance rather than of absti- for, homemakers, and step by step

about it. To me it is still king of :Vz cup nut meats (cut fine) boiler may be used for this. Add nence, they seek to justify an in- directions for making important

the organs, and the old saying "life Place the unopened,, can of sweet- coloring and flavoring and stir just dulgence in these things which they pieces of furniture. Also newest

depends upon the liver" is replacedby ened condensed milk in a kettleof enough to mix well. (and their neighbors) know is dishonoring styles and methods of making slip

"health depends upon the liver." boiling water, and.keep at boil- Holding apple by skewer, plungeit to God and destructive of covers and curtains. Original designs -

We are not apt to think of the liver ing point for three hours. (Be sure into hot syrup. Draw it out quickly their testimony and usefulness in for rag rugs; gifts and bazaar -

f as the organ most important to life, to keep can covered with water.) and twirl it until the syrup runs the community. items. Send 10 cents in coin
Remove the caramelized milk from down to the stick with name and address to Mrs.
because stopping the heart beat spreads Christian, Jesus is coming again!
the can and'blend with two table- smoothly the Stand Spears, 210 S. Desplaines St., Chi
means immediate death, whereas over apple. He may come today! In fact, the fig

stopping or sluggishness of the liver spoons hot water, beating until : skewer in a small glass or cake tree (vv. 29, 30), which is the nation cago, 111.DIXIE .

still allows life to go on for a con- smooth. Cool. Pour into baked tart I rack so that apple will not touch Israel, has long been shooting forth

siderable time. shells, and sprinkle with choppednuts. anything while cooling. new branches and bearing green
Cut pattern of cat from stiff
: Why? Poisons entering the body white With knife ;I Apples should be made the day leaves. The indications are that
a sharp
by way of the mouth or directly paper. from they are to be used because moisture Christ is coming soon. Are you
cut cats
pastry using
into the blood are immediatelyseized from apple will soften candy ready to meet Him?
the as guide. Placeon
pattern a
by the liver cells, and the paper cookie sheet and bake in hot and make it sticky. Dipping must III. Drunkards and Other Sinners

be done rapidly or ,will be- to be Saved (I Cor. 6:9-11):
great majority of them are held by oven (450 degrees). Cool and placeone syrup Need
; the liver and thus prevented from on each tart before serving. come too stiff for coating.The Being drunk is not a joke, even

doing damage. Chocolate Indians. trough thoughtless people laugh and

Thus, in testing the "health" of :& butter cartoonists and writers of jokes use
: the liver and its ability to remove cup football season is in full such unfortunates as their stock in
1 cup granulated sugar One of FILM SERVICE
swing these
chilly Sat-
Drunkenness is foul and
poisons from the blood, what is trade. a
2 eggs urdays it would be a grand treatto P.O.Box 438S-A Atlanta CoA .
," known as the dye test is made 2 ozs. chocolate' (melted) I sinful thing, classed by the apostle
let the
.:' whereby a dye is taken by mouth % bread flour youngsters bring "thegang" Paul with the lowest of human vices.

i ). or into a vein and the blood is ex- Dash cup salt home from the game fora I Review the list as it is given in
. amined at intervals. see how longit 1 teaspoon vanilla extract football supper. : verses 9. and 10 (and by the way GREAT BARGAINVESPER

takes the liver to remove these :% cup nuts (broken) notice that covetousness is men-

poisons. A. definite amount of the tioned there too) and place drunk- TEA
Cream the butter and add Get Copy of 'Better Baking.
dye should be removed within a def- enness in its proper classification.Call .
slowly. Add the eggs and beat well. This practical and clever cook-
inite time. it what it really is-sin, and
Add the melted book by Eleanor Howe, the radio
call the One who can
on save
What can and I do in the then
you chocolate flour
Home Economist, contains a collec-
sin and then will be
of the liver in from you
keeping good
way J
salt vanilla
tion of choice recipes. Luscious
unusual -
condition to do all its washed from your sin, sanctified,
jobs, including tract and nuts, ,. cakes
cookies, pies that are
and justified in the name of the
filtering out poisons from the blood?
blending lightly.
perfect, and hot breads that meltin Lord Jesus (v. 11). In Christ thereis
The two ways to keep liver healthyand Bake in a shal- your mouth-ypu'll find tested for the drunkard. spiritual

active are (a) by bending ex- low layer in a recipes for all of these in "Better revival hope is the real to the
ercises (knees straight) "and breath- well greased "
pan Baking. To get your copy of this Let seek to
problem. us
ing exercises, both of which in a moderateoven cookbook now, send ten cents in liquor pro-
it at
mote even as we same
"squeeze" this large, soft organ, and (350 degrees coin to "Better Baking," care of
.c (b) by eating small meals (even if ) for 30 to 35 minutes. Re- Eleanor Howe, 919 North MichigarAve. time give to an intelligentand
constructive battle against this
--- four a day are eaten), thus not over- move from pan and cut in bars ., Chicago, Ill.
destructive force in the life of our
working the liver. while hot. (Released by Western Newspaper Union.) ,
(Released by Western Newspaper Union.)



1ttnAY OCTOBEtt 27 1080ily

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)and take stock of their blessings with Mrs. H. G. McLeroy. attend all services.

The Clewiston News .........................................:......:..:..:..:..:..............................,..,... '!and give sort honest of count and sincere their change thanks and to \ S. We teachers are anxious and officers that all the attend S. The Pentecostal MM.. DUDLEY Church of, pastor.South """r;

their Creator. But it seems that teacher's meeting on Wednesday p. Clewiston has called Evangelist M.M I
fashioned. Now it has de- If have problems in presenting
this is m. you
: To ClassifyBy
Published every LEIVISTON1eNE\V Too- Late I Dudley as its pastor.
Florida, by the veloped into a hard-boiled commer- your lesson come and let's
Inc. ::: RUSSELL cial proposition like Christmas and discuss them together.We Rev. Dudley, who comes from Oxford -

KAYw there ain't no sense in stlckin. to are also happy to announce Fla., is outstanding in the

KKATIII.RV 1IOW1HS.V. Editor I ,:..:..:..:..:..:,:=..:..:.-.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:. ..:..:":.':., the last Thursday in November if that Brother Dodge has consentedto ministerial field of his church, and

I by movin' it up a week or so we lead the music for our services.We the Clewiston church is very fortunate -

Entered as second class mail matt JClewSslon. : And now it seems that a lot of can give the old cash register a lit- feel that this new feature will in obtaining him. ,
February 1. 1027.! at the Post Offico ,'., ail stewed up over Thanks- tle more exercise. services.
under the Act folks arc add to our ,
Florida his
it. The Rev. Dudley has taken up
March 3. 1887.SuliNcription. I ;Ivin' and when to observe Well, I don't know about you A warm welcome awaits all 'who )
football boys are just naturalljrunnin' !but for my part I'm gonna be plenty will come to our services.COMMUNITY residence in South Clewiston and
1'cr Your.Advertiilnff 'round in circles tryin' tt THANKFUL every day in the extends a cordial invitation to the
llntc I determine when to schedule, the year that I'm an American and : CHURCH public to attend services in his

Kntct' On Application. rhanksgivin' Day game. The Army privileged to enjoy all the blessingsand church. -
II teams, bein' more or less; Services Sunday October, 22 I
and Navy advantages that that implies.
Devoted to the advancement and wtlfrue Federal, will probably have to play I Rev. Kent Pendleton, supply pastor Save a dollar for- the Red Cross

of Clewiston, and Hendry Count.W '.>', \their Thanksgivin' game on the 23rc I 1 JUST GOING HOVE: roll call drive next month.

while Florida, bein' a state institu j'I Bible school meets at 9:45 'am..

I will have to play theirs on the B. C. Flaniken, superintendent.
Lion: ? 110
the goblins nex Leaving all cares behind us
atch out for Worship hour is at 11:00 ia., m. WC.I
Tuesday: night. 'Tis Hallowe'en.Another I 30th.' After a well-spent life: ", The sermon theme is "The Law ofChrist" ,, IETTERNE
the safe side, ; QUT
I The banks, to on Closing the door forever '
I. the 23rd and .
will observe out earthly strife-
is underway Shutting I
sugar season : The postoffice" will close 01 Christian' Endeavor meets on
and Clewiston's summer doldrums: I the Mondays at 7:30 p. m., Kathryn
remain on
the 23rd and open Through with a world that's fretful;
have been sloughed off. Graham, leader. .
considerin'Thanksgiving a '
30th. Newspapers life born :
I .Into a new ; I
Day Edition are in a, 'Going to Christ, our Saviour;
observer which day
One matter ;
tough spot-no loved ones mourn?
prosperity has arrived. The two'I ::hey decide on it will be wrong tc CHURCHRev. WHEN THIS
put two Lawrence J. Flynn, Pastor
dates may
Thanksgiving subscribers.
their PHONE US
'I some of Stepping across the threshold HAPPENS,

turkeys in every pot. Farmers, poultrymen, and butchers -' J Right to the Heavenly Throne: Mass each Sunday morning at and We'll Print Some
summer are bitin' their finger nails anc, 'Why' do folks call it "dying" 8 o'clock, excepting the last Sunday '
The rains of the have unnin' their hands thru their hair;, When it's really-"just. going home". of the month when ,the time is!i\ For You In A Hurry!!

the Everglades fire situation well vonderin which day to make plan,, I Rev. Lawrence J. Flynn. I 10:30.
under control which gave the fire for and whether folks are gonna ea : Confessions are heard every Sat --

board an opportunity Wednesday.to exhibit its turkey: two weeks runnin' or be- : ":I:1I'ilrlllII'' I!: !:IrliWIlrl'lm! ;:I! I; !II' 1j1qllml'I'li!: !![ ',' ;,I''llfiII'I'IIII'llnm!11'II !;' I IIi l:, urday evening from 7:30 until 8:30 I"-- "

equipment here tome so fed up with the whole mes: and before all the Masses.Vv'eekday .
hat they'll quit worryin' and mi: 1 I 4 wITI-I THE Mass every morning at "S o yoU knowbow : !)
of beef stew.It
ip a mess 8:00 o'clock. ,t

at this time'with has occurred to some folk:: Churches, Devotions in honor of Our Ladyof eaMf ;

situation attitude hat;; if we can up and change the. 1 \ Perpetual Help are conducted be {o'.
respect to the government's after all these 3' 1lJ"1, at 8 o'clock, for- iiou1d
late of Thanksgivin' I t,&_,IIIII.I.n.lIlIlIn, II IIIIIII :mll"" I.;I.lIIfIi: : flmlInmnl':: ._ Friday evenings
toward the continental sugar whichit pro- I years, why most 'anything can happen I IHIill:; ;! lilimlilillllllim! !!!! llllllmllll; : mmIIIIIIIIlimmll1U: : lowed J3v: Benediction of the Mos orreflnanc.e
ducer presents an I and they are afraid to pick up FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Blessed Sacrament. .. buY
of bevy ,
would try the patience a :
the mornin' paper for fear they find "The Friendly Church" Religious Instruction Class for a
to attemptto
of Philadelphia lawyers that Independence Day has been Rev. H. G. McLeroy, Pastor children Saturday morning at nine

puzzle out. changed to December 25 while the here in Clewiston, and after Sunday trrth

A few weeks ago President Roosevelt 4th of July will be celebrated the Sunday School 9:45 every Sunday Mass in Pahokee. Home

faced with a shortage of sugar first Monday in September. B. E. Herring. Supt. The Mass schedule of Pahokee is 1

and rising prices of the commodity' i Uncle Fred told us he was 100 11 in 10:30 every Sunday, excepting the \ Ou/l plan
Worship at a .m.
because of the outbreak of the I percent for Roosevelt, but just the last Sunday of the month, :when
'I H. G. McLeroy. f '
European War, suspended Title II I same the old boy ain't lettin' nobody charge pastor.' Mass is at eight o'clock. The ,pub
Act of 1937 to perm'itunrestricted thank- B. T. U. 6:15 p. m. Arch Hodges, of belief,
of the Sugar i mislead him into gettin' lie, regardless religious FULL DETAILS GIVEN...
marketing of sugar;: ful a whole week ahead of time. director. is always welcome in this church

It had a good',effect by immediately Some timid souls are worried: for Evening Preaching 7:30. Ser- WITH NO OBLIGATION

releasing a store of sugar in foreign they are afraid if they don't observe mon by Pastor. PENTECOSTAL CHURCH

sugar producing areas, where the 23rd they'll be considered Sunbeams meet at church Monday South Clewiston I homeof

cultivation is unrestricted, and prevented Conservatives or Republicans or 3:30 p. m. Mrs. Herman Davis in Buying a

further increases in prices. somethin'. At the same time, in charge. Services Every Sunday: I your own is I

It was naturally believed that the face of Brother Fred's Official Cottage prayer, meeting Tuesday Sunday school at 9:45. the finest type

Secretary Wallace would follow the Proclamation, they can't very well 9 a. m. at the home of Mrs.! L. C. Morning worship at 11 a. m. ofthIiftClewiston

President's lead by temporarily suspending go ahead and take two Thursdays Miller. \ Young Peoples meeting, 6 p. m .

the other provisions of th ':off and give a couple of gobbler Teachers and S. S. officers meeting Rev. M. M. Dudley, director. Federal

Act relative to ;acreage quotas and dinners a good home, only it just Wednesday 7 p. m. Mr. Dodgein Evangelistic services, 7:30 p. m.

production quotas, as he has the don't seem to make" sense and' on 'I charge. Tuesday evening service 7:30 p. Savings and LoanAssociation' )
this countryto that is more or'less' expen"i :1 7:30.
right to:'do, and permit. (top of Prayer meeting at m.
become independent of foreign sive. I Girls Auxiliary meets Thursday Friday evening service 7:30 p.

producers,. at least during the war )\ One chap I know is sore with 3:30 p. m. Juniors with Mrs. m.

period. both Fred and Roosevelt. It seems I. Arch Hodges and the Intermediates The public is cordially invited to

the" a letter from his mother-in- I -
Instead of that Secretary Wallace got forThanksgivin' I _ ____ V
that American pro- law, who always comes over MMII -- -- - ........................
announces : : : :NNN:NNNNNM)
: : :
: : : : :
ducers must stick to their acreage dinner and brings a I"::NN:NNNI:NI.:N:MI:NN1:'.:":"********t******"..jw..*....:::iw...:.::.****.*.**:..:..:..:..1:.INNN.. :.N NNHNMNNN N N N H ..N.N:."N.NNNNNNNNNN 11..M..N.N.N..N..N.N..N..N..N:.:.N.::.N..N.N.N..N.M..N..N..1N. .N.N..N.N..N.N;....
_of relatives with her savin' ;..N:1.. .'......................N........................:..:..: ..: : .1:.N.1:.1:.N.N.N.N.: .N.N. . .N
quotas this year or lose out on benefit mess .. .
payments. At the same time ,on account of the mixup this year .
knowin' for sure which day ':" :'. ;
and not
there is no let up in processing taxes I 't.' i
and wages have been increased in is which, she's plannin to come :" :. ::::
the 23rd and stay thru the 30th. ::::
some ,departments, by governmentorder I :; ENJOY AN
,' as much as ten percent for I Even the preachers are upset. I yy

this season. If more than the given :asked 'one the other day what he :yyy "' ; :::::

is cut the department !proposed to do about his Thanks- :!::: '. i
acreage allotment -1 : :;::!:

graciously gives the right I givin'gregation service is pretty and it much seems divided his con-I.:::: =:; ,; ALL ELECTRIC '
to the grower to use the cane for S ;:
I the issue and he was! downright I II : : ,,
syrup, for stock feed or for seed I @ ., I' :
cane. ,And in that seed cane clauseis I worried. He said he guessed the HOME -' i:::
only thing he could do was follow I ; : "
the should .
biggest laugh. Why elm such a case and :::: :" :?:!:
the scriptures 2 .
any producer want seed cane to render unto Roosevelt the filings I :::!:' ,

plant a larger acreage only to be i Roosevelt's and unto. .:..:. i ANV -y..id
that were .
compelled to plow up greater 1 _
Cone the things that were Cone's.lie I :. .....
acreage or use ,it for swill, syrupor .:.
naturally ain't takin' no :.i
just **
more seed cane? chances and is workin' up twoThanksgivin' ::1:::*: (. Electricity is the modern servant; a servant that ."
by the fact
This is demonstrated
sermons. ..... and the pleasures of the &::::;:
that: the United States Sugar Corporation the whole thing Is ; ; takes care of both the AX
If ask me
I you ::::
; :::
has, this 21,100 acres efficiently
year far I see, we weregettin' will do everything quickly -
screwy. As as can :1 home and one that *:*.>
in sugar cane. The government'sacreage well observin'jthe ::
along very :A'XT::
allotment for the corporation last Thursday; in November, and :_;:: and economically.
: is 1&.900 acres which leaves doin' it and :::!: Xt
:if we'd just gone on XT

plowed 4,20.0 acres.under This or may acreage be harvestedfor may be left would well have enough been all alone right.everything But now I :=n t One penny will toast 26 crunchy: slices of toast, or XT

the purpose heretofore listed, we've started a controversy that I give two hours of safe reading light or operate :i:
I I ::::;: your eyes i iI
So summing un the situation, will get worse from year to year and ELECTRICITY is -:
with Secretary Wallace taking the :and the first thing you know some :::=;: your radio for most of a day- ::
attitude he does, American sugar screwball will be findin' fault with .;:'.: one thing that gets cheaper the more of it that you use. ii; :
producers are worse off than they a lot of other holidays and be startin' ::
before the suspension of TitleII 'em changed .
were a movement to have home
by the President. Cuba, the Phil- to suit his own particular fancy. H= .) That is why it is so easy to have and enjoy a ::

lipines and other foreign producersare !':; The wife thinks it would be :: ;
I :!::!: that is all electric and modern.ELECTRICITY .
not handicapped by acreage grand to have Easter Sunday next
quotas as are the American growers \week so she ,would have a legitimate ft .

both mainland and insular, and excuse to go hog wild and buy

may ship as much sugar into this I a mess of new clothes, and a Legionnaire \ ii

country as they can produce from Ii friend of mine thinks it 'n\\ IS YOUR CHEAPEST SERV-
all the cane they can grow. True would be a good idea if we would

they pay a higher duty than they celebrate Armistice Day on April I

did before the suspension of the Fool's Day, which would be a lot ...+. '
marketing provisions of the Sugar more practical considcrin' how ANT USE IT EXTRAVAGANTLY. 1i:;::;:
; .
Act but with cheap labor and manufacturing "Safe for' Democracy" the world :!::: : : {
equipment to take care ol wasn't made by the last so-called : ; .

a surplus they will not be seriously "War to End Wars". t,xy

handicapped by the higher duty. One of our local merchants de- :!.:::
Cuba, it is reported, has already begun fendin' Mr. Roosevelt says the rea- :.;:.:.: AAA

extensive plantings of new son the date was changed this year fb AIV. '.t. :

cane to take advantage of this is because Thanksgivin' came too" y....;. XXtt
break our Secretary Wallace has close to Christmas and by puttin''
given them at the expense of American 'em further apart it save folks a
I II.t'
producers.The chance to kind of have a breathin''
President's action led us to spell in between and would make .
believe that at last sugar producersof (business a lot better and that all I :

this country would be allowed I the merchants were strong for it. ;>

unrestricted production; an oppor- f Well, maybe I'm crazy, but you ..
{know I always had a foolish notion !:..:!.
show how
tunity to successfullysugar y .:....
could be produced in this that the big idea behind the whole I :(.;. .. vvv .. v v '
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I XE\VB 1'AuJiI twI
1 UWAY, OCTOBEtt 27, 1D89 fliL: CLEW1STOX ;

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i, Mr. and Mrs. R. Y. Patterson i PARENT-TEACHERS HAVE SHIRLEY BENBOW HAS suitable to put on. The members .

were visitors in Sanford Friday INFORMAL RECEPTION SEVENTH BIRTHDAY ,PARTY learned to sing 'a nice little Spanish <. .

Mr. Patterson attended the hearing song. -, I I

c t Personals ] held by U. S. Engineers on the problem Members of the faculty of tin Shirley Benbow -celebrated hci: Debating and "Dramatic Club
honored seventh birthday with party ai 1 1met'
of hyacinth removal.Mr. Clewiston school were will] The Debating and Dramatic Club
the home of her parents, Mr. ant
an informal reception given by the ; Thursday, October 26. Mr. M.

and Mrs. Raymond Owen, Parent-Teacher Association at the< Mrs. Clarence BenbowFrlday.. E. Von Mach, was"'made an honorary

Miss Anna Barber of Wept Pain Mrs. Fred Cato and Miss Doris ,Me: school building Monday evening. A Hallowe'en theme was' carried member of the club. It was decided I
Hallowe'en fa
Clewiston. Nabb and Mrs. Arie S. Kingsbur;; Mrs. J. H. Doty, president of the< out at the party and that. the nearby high schools wouldbe
Beach spent Sunday in given the guests. Cake,
vors were
were shopping Saturday afternoon Association, spoke a few words oC: written to about debating. The :
in West Palm Beach. welcome to the teachers, and grout ice cream, candy, punch and popcorn club decided to adopt a song.
of Jacksonville ':
A. B. McClellan served.
were ;
singing with Miss Alice Steinholt
was a business visitor here Monday Those -attenC: ng were Harry
who has as pianist and A, W. Dodge as leader Society
Miss Lillie Mae Billips,
Vaughn, Bobby Smith, Jimmy Johnson -
Seminole is was enjoyed. Seniors Have Class!!!! Party'The
Mr. and Mrs. Campbell Nall spent been employed at the Skippy Cothern, Richard
recuperating at the local hospita The teachers were introduced to Robbins seniors realizing that school
Bowden Vollney -
Knight, Kay ,
the week-end in Miami. following an appendectomy performed I the audience through a "\V'hat'sM Joe Schroeder and Charles days will soon be a thing of the

Sunday night. )' Name" contest, patterned after: past decide'd to make the most of
Benbow, Sue Holland, June Collyer,
Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Shelley spent the popular radio program of thai Shirley Phillips, Evelyn Mahon, this school year. They started their .
week-end in Miami.Mr. name. social activities Tuesday evening
the Mr. and Mrs. John Dietrich oi Anne Prewitt, and Rachel Miner.
Philadelphia stopped in Clewiston Delightful refreshments sand when they met at the school, with

and Mrs. Herman Scharnbcrg Mrs. Thomas and Mr. Lado, all set._,
ast week to visit Father Lawrence wiches, cakes and punch were served ,ALTAR SOCIETY WILL *
spent the weekend in Miami. J. Flynn, pastor ,of Saint Margaret's by' the hospitality committee, un SOON RESUME MEETINGS for a gala occasion. They went up:* '*
Catholic Church. der the direction of, Mrs. H. T. on the ridge and with sparks fly '",

R. A. Ballard of Lakeland is in Vaughn. I According to an announcement ing from ,the campfire, they ate;; <'-'

Clewiston this week.E. Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Theus of Teachers present were Principal made by Rev. Father Lawrence J. sang and made merry. '

I High Springs are back for the duration R. W.' Turk, Ernest Hall, Robert Flynn pastor of Saint Margaret's: We missed Mrs. Thomas who had

R. ,:Wright of Okeechobee was of the sugar harvest season Lado, Mrs. Mary Baker, Mrs. Livonia Catholic Church, the Altar Society to leave early in the evening but

in town on business Wednesday. Ur. Theus is employed in the traffic Holstine, Mrs. Margaret Arey, Miss will resume its meetings the first our new teacher, Mr. Lado, provedto

department of the sugar corpo- Evelyn Burhans Miss Evelyn Bell, week in November= and will continue be the "life of the party".

Mrs. Carl Johnson was a business ation. Miss Alice Steinholtz, Mrs. Louise on a regular schedule thereafter Everyone hated to go home 'which

visitor in Fort Myers Tuesday. Wood. Miss Ruth Knight was absent The initial business on the program is 'a good sign that the seniors got

-' because of illness, and Mrs will be the election of officers foi off to a swell start.
Mr. and Mrs. P. G. White of Canal ,
Mr. and Mrs. FoY' Durrence and Point moved to Clewiston this Agnes Thomas was unable to be the: coming year. This organization -
Saturday present because of the illness of her : helps take care of the cleaning Intra-Mural Sports .
visitors -
Mrs. Viola Stone were. I veek. Mr. White is employed by the '
of the Prepared by Dick Tarleton and
laughter. jf the church, the decoration
in West Palm Beach. ugar corporation and was transferred '
I Among the guests attending were altar with flowers every Sunday, Louis Leiter
the western
from the eastern to :
Mr. and Mrs. John H. Doty, Mr. the care of the church lawn, and The second week of Intra-mural
D. G. McCormick of LaBelle intended division. linens ant .sports got under with two exciting -
and Mrs A. W. Dodge, Mr. and the: laundering of altar way
the meeting of the Fire Control Mrs. W. C Prewitt, Mr and Mrs. I.. vestments worn by the priest at' football games in the junior .

Board here Wednesday.Mr. Shirley, 7, Joy, 9, and (Jack, 10, M. Pafford, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Mass. Members are Mrs. Bestor, and senior high school. The junlqr

'hillips, children of Mr. and Mrs. Graham, Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Cuttino, Mrs. Bourne, Mrs. Crochet, Mrs: game ,ended with team two on the

J and Mrs. L. M. Durrence I D. A. Phillips have returned to their Ur. and Mrs. 0. A. Jones,' Mr._ and Higgins, Mrs. Holstine, Mrs. King;, long end of a '6-0 score with team :"

the week-end visiting Mr. and home here following tonsillec'tomiesperformed tfrs. Kent Pendleton. Mr. and Mrs.I. Mrs. Lucaa, Mrs. Meredith, Mrs 0
f. spent in the: Everglades Memorial G. McLeroy, Mrand Mrs.; R. Y. Neilson, Mrs. Oglesby;; Mrs. ,Schiffli, one.The lone score came in the opening

Mrs. R. C. Evans in Okeechobee., Hospital in Pahokee' last Patterson, Mrs. A. H. King, Mrs. Mrs. Tarleton, Mrs. Tippey, MrsI. minutes of the game when Paul

reek. O. F. Schiffli, Mrs. B. C. Flaniken,, Vaughn, Mrs. W. 'Vaughn,. Mrs., Slonaker, after' returning Jack .Wa
Doyle Crocker and ;Hugo Boe of klrs.. Richard Knight, Mrs. H.. T. Von Mach, Mrs. Yon, and ,severallew ters' kickoff to the fifteen yard line,

Pahokee were business visitors in Rt. Rev. Monsignor William Barry Vaughn, Mrs. W. P. Vaughn Mrs. members of the parish who I threw a pass intended for LynwoodDixon

Clewiston Wednesday morning.Mrs. D. D., newly-appointed Vicar K. Bowden, Mrs. H, J. Oglesby, lave not yet been contacted for I that was intercepted by Phil-

General of the Catholic Diocese of rtrs. A. R. Broadfoot, Mrs. R. N. nembership. lip MacLeod on the twenty yard

., W. H. Lanier and Mrs. R. aint Augustine, was a visitor, at Smith, Mrs. R. J. Lee, Mrs. Herman, line who ran for the score.

C. Wilson were'shoppi'ng in West he Catholic Rectory last Mondays Davis, Mrs. S. L. Crochet, Mrs. M.V. ,Jack Waters' kick for the extra

Palm Beach yesterday.Mrs. the' guest of Rev. 'Father" Lawrence Thomas, Mrs. E. C. Mills, Mrs.I. .-'-,:....I '::1t."z:;; :"z$..'f' :=,:. point failed so the score remained

J. Flynn. R. Hall, Mis. G. H. Small, Mrs. team two-6, team one-O. '

A. W. Sias spent a few days da Frisch and Mrs. M. E. Von- SCHOOL NEWSEditor The only other threat came in. s ;t

this week* visiting relatives in Zell- Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Nowling spent ilach.HIIS. (Continued on Page 8)

wood. unday in Fort Myers. Mrs. NowLag's \ 1

sister, Mrs. J. L. Whitaker, ) DAVIS DIAL HONORED __........._... Dick Patterson
Mrs. Raymond Owen and Mrs. !eturned home with them following VT MISCELLANEOUS SHOWER Assistant Editor .... Doris Hodges FOR MODERN PLUMBING .

Essie Robinson were Fort Myers a stay of two weeks there. Mrs. Sports Editor" ..._... Dick Tarleton See
visitors Saturday morning. Irs. Whitaker underwent an appendectomy Mrs. Davis Dial, who before her Assistant Sports Editor "'. El McCOLLUM .-;;:.

,- at the Lee Memorial Hospital recent marriage was Miss Violet Louise Leiter :
Plumbing and Heating ,.
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Kolstad, Kim and has been recuperating at 3ethea, was honored with a, miscellaneous Society :_............. Marie Robbins <,'.
Kolstad and R. W. Turk were visitors he home of her parents, Mr. and : shower given by Mrs. W. Featu'es'; and Clubs, Julia Oglesby chult decision Apartments, FloridaJ.M.COUSE

Saturday in West Palm Beach. Irs. L. A. O'Steen.A A. Davis and Mrs. Emma Ezelle at Humor ........._-_m Ed Von Mack '

I he home of Mrs. E. B. Bethea. Advisor ..............._...m.... Mr. Lado k
Mrs., C. E. Nail and Mrs. A. W. large group of members from Mrs. Dial received many lovely '
"L I Sias are visitors in West: Palm, W. M. S. attended a gifts; from her friends. -. ::,
.. : the ,Clewiston ;> .:. .: :]. !- 1-
z, Beach today/ uarterly meeting held in Lake Refreshments of cake and ice Counselor and Attorney nt Lax ,

/ ----- Vorth at the Baptist Church Wed- :ream were served by the hostesseso On Monday, October 23, the members Hopkins Building ;

Mr. and Mrs. C. 'W.. McDonaldand esday. Those making the trip were Mrs. J. M. Davis, Mrs. George of the staff of the Clewiston and Snturdnjs

children of Belle Glade were Irs. A. R. Broadfoot, Mrs. W. J. rerrel, Mrs. A. C. Carlisle, Mrs. D. High School News were elected. Wednesdays '

visitors here. Sunday. lobison, Mrs. Arch Hodges, Mr. H. Carlisle, Mrs. Don Carlisle, Mrs. The members of the staff were ,given 0:30 to 4:00

and Mrs. H. G. McLeroy, Mrs. E.M. banning Keen, Mis. H. G. McLeroy, some information on the work they

r I Jack Kinsey, accompanied by Mr. I Cornette, 'Mrs. E. E. Kelly, Mrs. Irs. C. H. Lutes, Mrs. W. H. Adams were to do. Mr. Lado was elected

and Mrs. Harry King of Inverness I C.!' M. Allen, ,Mrs. A. W. Dodge and Jrs. Robert Williams; Mrs. O. A. Advisor of the School News.

visited relatives in Canal Point re Irs. C. R. Krueger. Pratt, Mrs. E. B. Bethea, Mrs. S. Features and Clubs Johnson's Fish CampNear

cently.M. P. Slonaker, Mrs. Herman Pullen, Spanish Club

)IHS. FOY DURRENCE .Irs. E. B. Bethea, Mrs. S. P. Slon- The Spanish Club met Tuesday, ( Hurricane Gate)

J. Hirsch has returned to his NTERTAINED BRIDGE CLUB iker, Mrs. Herman Pullen, Mrs. C.W. October) 24, during the activity period Clewiston, Fla.

home in Clewiston after a visit of Simmons, Mrs. F. F. Billups, in the auditorium. Reverend Boats and Mot.'s-Guide Service

two weeks with his daughter in Mrs. Foy Durrence entertaineder Irs. Etta Freeley, Mrs. C. J.'ouncey lent Pendleton was made an honorary Rates Reasonable

West Palm Beach. after- and Miss[ Mae Lily Stone. member of the Spanish Club.
bridge club Wednesday that certain member W. H. Johnson, Mgr.BOWLING
club voted
loon at the home of her mother, The, '
:Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Lanier. Miss 'in South Clewis- VEDNESDAY BRIDGE CLUB I review some plays and find one I
Irs. Viola Stone, f
Lee 'Pridgen'and Mr. and Mrs. R. )IEETS WITH MRS. THOMASMrs. : --- -
,C. Wilson were Sunday visitors in on.
Mrs. A. C. Carlton won high score
West Palm Beach. G. B. Thomas won ,an embroidered -
prize, a luncheon set, Mrs. G. E. .
luncheon set as high..score
Uherton received low prize, a setof
Mrs. Ida Frisch of Atlanta has prize at the Wednesday afternoon
ash trays, and Mrs. Fred Joss of
arrived for a visit of a few months bridge club which. met with Mrs. I.I. ..
Miami, a guest prize of Old Spice
with her daughter, Mrs. G. H. Small \ Pafford. A refreshment set of
and Mr: Small. and glasses was won by Mrs.
Joining the players for tea were ray A and B Bowling Alley
L. C. Miller as cut prize.
liss Mae Lily Stone, Mrs. Joss,
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Flanders of The club members gave a sur-
V. C. Hooker and Mrs. Stone.
Moore Haven were the dinner guests Playing were Mrs. Etherton, Mrs. rise handkerchief shower for Mrs. Hours 2:00 p. m. till

of Mr. and Mrs. Willard F. Simpson ,Mrs. 'afford, who expects to leave soon first two MondajsDUCKPINS
Carlton, Mrs. B; J. Schroeder, Ladies Free on Monday from 2 to 5 for
evening.Rev. reside in Jacksonville.
Tuesday to
D. M. Herbertson, Mrs. Carl John. '
Pumpkin tarts and coffee were AND TEN-PINS
Mrs. V.' C.
son, Mrs. John Elmore,
D. G. Kennedy of Fort erved by the hostess to Mrs. Thoms Pastime
M. Hare, Favorite
Voodward, and Mrs. R. TIT the Nation's
Myers was in Clewiston Sunday in Mrs. Miller, Mrs. Dave Alston,

the Interests of the Presbyterian jr.The hostess served Waldorf salad, Irs.. T. B. Shelley, Mrs. J. W. "
church. 2zelle, Mrs. W. H. Lanier and Mrs.
saltines, tea and salted nuts. Hallo-

Mrs. Roy Alston, accompanied by we'en were used.WolANS tallies. and other accessories K.CLEUTSTON Bowden. GARDEN CLUB -.'-...........r...'........',...,..........................-"...'...." -.....................................".....................................................................'."..r........... .....--..... :.:. '
Mr. and Mrs. Ward Roberts of =;:
visited relatives in IEETS WITH )IHS. BOURNE

Mrs. B. A. Bourne was hostess tc yj I
j An.OpportunityFor
and Mrs. Lloyd Bullen and W. M. S. met Tuesday at the the Clewiston Garden Club members

daughter, ,Enyly Joyce, of High First Baptist Church for the monthly at the October meeting held yester .. 1 ., '

Springs, have returned to Clewistonfor program meeting. Mrs. Arch day afternoon. Y: ,
the season.G. Hodges led the devotional.An Mrs.'F. D. Duff, program chairman v in
participate :
interesting program on the presented a helpful program :: the small investor to ;

B. Thomas spent Friday, Satur- i theme, "The Great Commission" on rose culture., The large rose order -.> the agricultural development\ of the best I::: !
day and Sunday in Safety Harbor and "Giving" was given by Mrs. recently placed by the Garder ::

where he was called by the illnessof Floyd Hanna, Mrs. V. C. Woodward, club for individuals in Clewiston, remaining acreage available, offering ex- : :: '

his father. Mrs. J. H. Davis, Mrs. C. R. Krue- is expected to arrive by express, :: :

I I ger, Miss Mae Lily Stone, Mrs. W. Monday morning. All who placed :;: cellent prospects for the future through t

'.,' Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Owen and J. Robinson, Mrs. C. W. Simmons, orders will be notified as soon as; of : :
:: Ellis Walston of Okeechobee have Mrs. B. E. Herring. the bushes arrive and should come :: the management A'"

:',, moved to Clewiston, Mr. Owen and Others present were Mrs. C. M. I (o the home of Mrs. W. C. Owen l

: Mr. Walston being employed by Allen, Mrs. D. B. Allen, Mrs. A. R. and call for them on the same day. + {.o

''I Broadfoot, Mrs.. R.' J. Blount, Mrs. The Club renewed its membershipin ..... '..
the sugar corporation. .
:,; W. R. Broaderick, Mrs., I. S. Bell, the Audubon Society. A list ol J. E Beardsley f;

': E. L. Brannen, I. E. Scott, J.V.. Mrs., E. M. Cornette, Mrs" Herman names of prospective members was .. ...J
Davis Mrs. M. C. Doke Mrs. A. D. presented and voted upon. ..
Adkins, and R. Boe of Moore Haven .. :
and J.' H. Peeples of Citrus Dixon, Mrs. E. E. Kelly, Miss Pauline The, hostess served; sandwiches, Real Estate {

Center were business visitors here McMillan: Mrs. H. G. McLeroy, cookies and punch to Mrs. Duff,, f
Wednesday. Mrs. Alex ,McGowan, Mrs. L.' C. Mrs. W. :F. Simpson, Mrs. B. E. Herring ART'LAWRENCE BETTY SPICER

Miller, Mrs. C. Nelson, Mrs. M. A. Mrs. John P. Higgins, Mrs. C,. ;: '3:

+ Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, Emma Thomas, Mrs. M. C. Vowell. Mrs. H. Nelson, Mrs. J. H. Pressley. Mrs ::: PHONE 68 Si:'

: Jane Ezelle and Mr. and Mrs. H. A. E. Walker, Mrs. Don Pullen, Mrs.A. I W C. Owen, Mrs. W. L. Lott, Mrs :i: HOPKINS BLDG. .: .t;
Bestor spent yesterday in West Palm C. Carlson, Miss Helen Carlson' Neilson, Mrs O. A. Jones, Mrs. E. .. .

C Beach and attended the. cjrcus In Mrs. Paul Hl- tt3 and Mrs Hrry! L. Stewart, Mrs. E, C. Mills, Mrs' ,f, y .... .:. .. ......... ........ 0,
Knight i ....... -.. .. .:-:' ; : >-:- ; ;-.t.o- !.voo! ,'i'.'4
--: : : irf
-..U the atternoon! Lifialer.! -- .....-.-,_.. Richard N .\_ ',, :,. 11y.- : : : :. .: ... y- .T,T r T t f r T f T r y .. '

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scrimp fc.nd 30witkovt

my lurch

And stve for weeks t..t\d.

BAILEY weeks t.nd weeks _
By An&d VT

great biq ti Qbvnch


CHAPTER X Continued Evans and Edith and Mr. Towne. Jane knew what Judy's heart Soon they were dining in a charm- R'l! (AM

-16- ,Baldy, Mr. Towne wants to marryme. wanted. "She does miss you. I ing French restaurant. The waiter,
"That's the thing for you and Del. I haven't told you before. It is know it when she turns away from with the first course, interruptedthem.
He really loves fine stock. And,you rather like a dream and I'm not me. Perhaps I oughtn't to tell you. When he once more disap-
and he-think of it-riding over the going to think,about it. I don't love But I thought you'd rather know." peared Frederick persisted. "I'm
country-planning your gardens- him[ and so, of course, that settlesit. "I do want to know," said Judy, going away tomorrow. Won't you
WNU Service.
having a baby or two." Edith was But he says he can make me, feverishly. "I don't want them to give me my answer tonight? After
going fast. and, Baldy, sometimes I wish that forget. Jane, you mustn't ever let lunch I'll take you home and you
"It sounds very heavenly," said Lucy. he could. It would be such a heav- them-forget." can rest a bit, and then I'll come
"Then make it Heaven. Oh, Lu- enly thing for the whole family. Of Jane felt as if she had been strucka for you and we'll dine together and It Pays to AdvertiseIn
lucky girl-you are course that isn't the way to look at stunning blow. She was, for a see a play."
going cy, Lucy to ,marry you the man you love. it, but I believe Judy wants it. She moment, in the midst of a dizzy She tried to protest, but he pleaded. the Newspaper
Live from the world-share believes in love in a cottage, but she universe, in which only one thing "This is my day. Don't spoilit "Advertising in the newspaper
happiness and unhappinessShe says that love in a palace might be was clear. Judy wasn't sure of get- Jane." sells the goods," writes the Creo-
rose from the table restlessly, push- equally satisfying, with fewer things ting well! It was nearly three o'clock when mulsion Company, makers of Creo-
ing back her chair, dropping her to worry about."Somehow Judy, with her brown eyes wist- they left the table, and they had a mulsion, one of the largest selling
napkin on the floor. "Do you know that doesn't fit in with ful, went on: "Junior, do you want long drive before them. Darknesshad cough medicines on the market
how I envy'you?" the things I've dreamed. But Mother back in your own nice descended when they reachedthe today, in releasing new series of "
dreams, of course, aren't everything house?" house. It
She went to the window and stood was still snowing.Bob ads on their product.
looking out. "And here I sit, day "Will you make cookies?" ,was upstairs, walking around Creomulsion, acknowledged by
after day, like a prisoner in a tower "I had to tell you, dear old boy. "Yes, darling." the little room like a man in a thousands of satisfied customersas
-and sings-that was the Because we've never kept things "Then I want you back. Aunt dream."I a superior prescription for the
beginning my page of it-and it will be the from each other. And you've, beenso Janey made cookies, and she didn't can't tell you," he confided to relief of stubborn Coughs, heavy
end." perfectly frank about Edith. Are know about the raisins." Jane after Frederick had left, "how Chest Colds and, Bronchial Irrita-

"No," Lucy was very serious, things; a bit blue in that direction? "Mother knows how to give cook- queer I' felt when I came in and tions, is sold by,all drug stores on
"you mustn't let it be the end. You Your letter sounded like it. ie-men raisin eyes. Mothers knowa found Miss Martin with the babies, the basis that if the desired resultsare
-you must open the window, Miss "Be good to yourself, old"dear, and lot of things that aunties don't, and that stately old woman in the not obtained the entire'pur-
Towne." love me more than ever. darling." ,kitchen. And everything going like chase price is refunded.-Adv. A

Edith came back to the table. "Well, I wish you'd come back." clockwork. Miss Martin explained,
"Open the window?" ,Her breath Jane signed her name and stood He stood by the side of the bed. and well, Towne just waves a
came fast. "Open the window. Oh, up, stretching her arms above her "I'd like to sleep with you tonight. wand, doesn't he, Janey, and makes Highest DutyThe
little Lucy, how wise you are ." head. It was late and she was very May I, Mother-dear?" things happen?" sun ,will shine after every
Alice 'ired.; A great storm was shaking "Not tonight, darling. But you "I don't know that I ought to let storm; there is a solution for ev-
When Lucy had came
dressed Edith's gone, hair. She the; windows. The wind from the may when I come home." him do so much," Jane said. ery problem, and the soul's high-
in and
found her' lady thoughtful. "Alice lake beat against the walls with. the But days passed and weeks, and "Oh, why not, Janey? Just take est duty is to be of good cheer.
boom of guns. Judy did not come home. And the the good the gods provide. ."
what did" they do with my wedding ,She walKed the floor, a tense little first of February found her still hi, Before Frederick Towne reached
clothes? figure, fighting against fear. The that narrow hospital bed. And it his hotel he passed a shop whose
"We them all in the second
put" storm had become a whistling pan- was in February that Frederick windows were lighted against ,the
guest-suite, she said; "some of demonium. She gave a cry of relief Towne wrote that he was coming to early darkness. In one of the win- CHILLSAND
them we left packed in the trunks when the door opened and her Chicago. "I shall have only 'a day, dows, flanked by slippers and stock-
and of them '
just as they were, some brother-in-law entered. but I must see you." ings and a fan to match, was a'
are hung on racks. "I'm half-frozen, Janey. It wasa The next time she went to the French gown, all silver and faint
"Where is the wedding linen dress? fight to get through. The cars hospital, she told Judy of his expected blue, a shining wisp of a thing in FEVERHere'
in white
"In closet bag.
a a "
arrival. "Tomorrow. lace and satin. Towne stopped the
"Well, finish my" hair and we will j "Oh, Jane, how delightful." car, went in and bought the' gown
and look'at it. Relief From
go "Is it? I'm not sure, Judy." with its matching accessories. He
As they entered it, the second 1ri.v "It would be perfect if you'd accept carried the big box with him to his Malaria!
guest-suite was heavy with the scentof him, Jane." hotel. Resting a bit before dinnerhe
orange blooms. "How dreadful, "But I'm not in love with him." permitted himself to dream of Don't let Malaria torture youll!
Don't shiver with chills and burn
Alice, ejaculated. "Whydidn't
"Bob and I were talking aboutit Jane in that gown, the pearls that with fever.
youthrow the flowers away? ," Judy's voice was almost pain- he would give her against the whiteof At first sign of Malaria take
"Miss Annabel wouldn't let me. fully eager, "of how splendid it her slender throat, the slim bare- Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic. A
She said you might not want things would be for-all of us." ness of her arms, the swirl of a real Malaria medicine. Made especially !
for the purpose. Contains
touched. For all of us. Judy-and Bob and silver lace about her ankles-the tasteless quinidine and iron.
"Silly sentimentality. Edith was the babies! It was the first time swing of the boyish figure in its Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic actually -
impatient.The sheath of blue. combats Malaria infection in
that Jane had thought of her mar-
in all the ,of the blood. It relieves the freezing
room was gloom
He wondered if he offered it to
h. riage with Towne as a way out for chills, the burning fever. Helps you
drawn curtains. The dresses hungon Judy and Bob Jane, would she accept? He knew feel better fast.Thousands .
racks, and, encased in white she wouldn't. Adelaide would have take Grove's Tasteless
bags, gave a, ghostly effect. "Theyare From his hotel at the moment of made no bones about it. There had Chill Tonic for Malaria and swear
like' of tombstones by it. Pleasant to take, too. Even
rows Alice.
arrival, Towne called Jane up. "Are been a lovely thing in black velvethe children take it without a whimper.
"Yes, Miss ,Towne," said Alice, you glad I'm here?" had given her, too, a wrap to Don't' shiver and burn. At Ma-
dutifully.The "Of course." : match. laria's first sign take Grove's Taste-
maid brought out the wed- "Don't say it that way." I The evening stretched ahead of less Chill Tonic. At all drugstores.Buy .
ding dress and laid it on the bed. "How shall I say it?" him, full of radiant promise. He much the more large for size your as money.it gives you

Edith, surveying it, was stung by "As if you meant it. Do you know knew Jane's strength but he was
the memory of the emotions which what a frigid little thing you are? ready for conquest.His .
had swayed her when she had last Your letters were like frosted telephone rang. And Jane Just and Unjust
worn it. It had seemed to mock I cakes." spoke to him. That which is unjust can really

her. wShe,had seen her own tense I She laughed. "They were the best "Mr. Towne," she said, "I can't profit no one; that which is just
countenance in the mirror, as she I' could do." dine with you. But can you come can really harm no one.-Henry
had controlled herself before Alice. r t "I don't believe it. But I am not over later? Judy is desperately ill. George.
Then, when the maid had left, she going to talk of that now. When I'll tell you more about it when I
had thrown herself on the bed, and can I come and see you? And how see you."
had writhed in an agony of humilia- much time have you to spare for For this quick relief always
I use accurate
tion. I me?" Bob had cried when the news Muscular 1 ./ T
And now all her anger was gone. I I "Not much. can't leave the ba came from the hospital. It had Aches tI LoUOSepGENUINE h
She didn't hate Del. She didn't hate "Can't you trust the maids?" bies." been dreadful. Jane had never seena PURE ASPIRIN
Lucy. She even thought of Uncle "Your sister's children. Can't you man cry. They had been hard
Fred with charity. And the wedding are stopped on all the surface trust the maids?" sobs, with broken apologies be-
gown was, after all, a robe fora lines." "Maids? Listen to the man! We tween. "I'm a fool to act like Shameful Victory
princess who married a king. Nota "How is 'Judy?" haven't any." this '. ." Victory may be honorable to the
robe for a princess who loved a "Holding her own. And by the "You don't mean to tell me that Jane had tried to say, things, then army but shameful to the coun-
page. A tender smile softened her way, Janey, that friend of yours, you are doing the housework." had sat silent and uncomfortablewhile sels of the nation.-Bolingbroke.
face. I Towne, sent another bunch of roses. "Yes", why not? I am strong and Bob fought for selfcontrol.Miss .
"Alice," she said, suddenly, Pretty fine, I call it. She's no end well, and the kiddies are adorable." Martin had gone home be-
"wasn't there a little,heliotrope din- pleased." "We are going tochange that. I'll fore the message arrived. Bob was
ner frock among my trousseau "It's nice of him." bring a trained nurse up with me." told that he could not see his wife.
things?" "Gee, I wish I had his money." "Please don't be a tyrant." But the surgeon would be glad to

"Yes: Miss Towne. Informal." Al- "Money isn't everything, Bobby." "Tut-tut, little,girl," she heard his talk to him, at eight. [ j.E'Ca.BrusW'ApcaIor
ice hunted in the third row of tomb- "It means a lot at a time like big laugh over the telephone, "I'll "And I know what he'll say," Bob "BUCK LEAF 40CO ",
stones until she found it. this." His face wore a worried bring the nurse and someone to help had said to Jane drearily, "that if MUCH FARTHER
"I want long sleeves put in it. frown. Jane knew that Judy's hos- her, and a load of toys to keep the I can get that specialist up from DASH IN FEATHERS.

Will you tell Hardinger, and have pital expenses were appalling, and kiddies quiet. When I want a thing, Hot Springs, he may be able to diag-
him send a hat to match?" bills were piling up. Jane, I usually get it." nose the trouble. But how am I go-
"Yes, Miss Towne." "I work like a slave," Bob said, He and the nurse arrived together.A ing to get the money, Janey? It will Surface
The heliotrope frock had simple ruefully, "and we've never been in competent houseworker was to follow cost a thousand dollars to rush him Under the
and lovely lines. It floated in sheer debt before." in a cab. Jane protested. "It here and pay his fee. And my in- The gloss of association wears
beauty from the maid's hands as "When Judy is well, things \will seems dreadfully high-handed." come has practically stopped. With off, leaving things as they really
' she held it up. "There isn't a pret- seem brighter, Bob." She laid her They were alone in the living- all these labor 'troubles-there's no are.
tier one in the whole lot, Miss hand on his arm. room. Miss Martin had, at once, car- building. And Judy's nurses cost
Edith." He looked up at her and there was ried the kiddies off to unpack the twelve dollars a day-and her room
Edith, having dispatched the box fear in his eyes. "Jane, she must toys. five. Oh, poor people haven't any' HAVE GAS HEARTBURN?
with a charming note to Lucy Lo- get well. I can't face losing her." Frederick laughed. "Well, what right to be sick, Janey. There isn't YOU Ga. Mrs.
gan, had a feeling of ecstatic free- "We mustn't think of that. And are you going to do about it? You any place for them." ,' Clara Columbus Lisle,,410 38th- St.,
dom. All the hurt and humiliationof now come on out in the kitchen can't put me out." Jane's face was pale and looked says : "My stomach
the bridal episode had departed.She and I'll make you some coffee." "But I can refuse to go with you" pinched. "There's the check Baldy ;,";,,,',, of seemed excess so acidity.upset because I never ,""

didn't care what the world Jane was always practical. She -there was the crisp note in her sent me for Christmas, fifty dol- n,"', .J felt like eating and was so
thought of her. Her desertion by knew that, warmed and fed, he voice which always stirred him. lars." &i ... \. weak. I Medical used Dr.Discovery
Del had been material for a day's would see things differently.Yet "But you won't do that, Jane." "Dear girl, it wouldn't be a dropin k' ': and my appetite improved,
gossip-then other things had filled in spite of her philosophy, : He held out his hand to her, drew the bucket." 'V stronger I was ever and was so able much to
the papers, had been headlined and Jane lay awake a long time that her a little 'towards him. (TO BE CONTINUED) ,'>" eat without being distressed -
emphasized. And what differencedid night. And later her dreams were She released herself, flushing. "I by gas." tables druggist todayfor
it all make? of Judy-of Judy, and a gray and am not quite sure what I ought to Emma Lazarus it in liquid or
dreadful phantom which pur- do." Emma Lazarus was a famous
CHAPTER XI sued "Why think of 'oughts'? We will Jewish poet and social worker bornin WNU-7 43-39
The next day she went to the just play a bit together, Jane. That's New York city. Her first volumeof
The day after Christmas. hospital and took Junior with her. all. And you're such a tired little poetry was published when she wonderful aid for boils
"Baldy, darling: The operationis When he saw his mother in bed, girl, aren't you?" was only 18. Subsequently she wrotea A where a drawing agent Is
over, -and the doctor gives us Junior asked, "Do you like it, Moth- His sympathy was comforting. Everybody novel called "Alide" based on the s indicated. Soothing and
hope. That is the best I can tell er-dear?" leaned on Jane. It was de- life of Goethe. She aided in provid- 1 I comforting. Fine for chil-
you. I haven't been allowed to see "Like what, darling?" lightful to shift her burdens to this, ing work and education for large dren and grown-ups. Practical. -
Judy, though they have let Bob havea "Sleeping in the daytime?" strong man who gave his commandslike numbers of Russian Jews who fled : Economical. ,
peep at her, and she smiled. "1'"don't always sleep." She lookedat a king. to America. Her sonnet to the Sta J.H
"Give my love to everybody. I Jane. "Does little Julia miss "Yes, I am tired. And if the babies tue of Liberty was placed inside tht
have had Christmas letters from me? I think about her in the night." will be all right" base of the monument in 1886.


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JM1E CU2W1STON NEWS "ttbAY, OCTOfcEitt 27, 1080


Two Men Caught I employment, of certain workers for I entered against you by default.IT .
SCHOOL NEWS Fire .Board- twelve hours each day for 56 hours IS FURTHER ORDERED that
this order be published once a week '
(Continued From Page 1)) Shooting CattleN. a week without the payment of for four c6ns"ecutlve weeks in The )
overtime for a period of fourteen Clewis] ton News, a newspaper of general -
circulation in Hendry County,
(Continued from page five) Evinrtido pump which occasionedmore weeks out of each year. The exemption Florida.
when team one I tie will not be allowed refiners of DONE AND ORDERED at the
the last quarter units. E. of
and E.
interest than the larger B. Spires Embry Clerk's office City of LaBelle, Florida,
line and Paul and molasses.Is .
reached the one yard i The Evinrude motor, similar in Clewiston were arraigned before sugar syrup this 26 day of October, 1939.
Slonaker passed to Willie Smith respect to the outboard motor County Judge W. T. Maddox in (SEAL) WILLIAM T. HULL.
it. every Clerk Circuit Court
over the goal but Willie dropped made by the same company has a LaBelle Monday morning charged t. Hendry County, Florida.

The lineup for team one-at ends rating of 9.2 h. p. and is capableof with shooting a cow belonging to Your Subscription 'Paid? I Oct. 27-Nov. 3, 10, 17. /

Billy Perry and Elbert Hooker; at developing a pressure of 166 Joe 'B., Hendry near road 25 just

center, Ernest Oliver; at quarterback pounds or discharging 150 gallonsof ? west Whidden's Corner. They r

Paul Slonaker; at the. left water per minute. It is a. centrifu- were released on bonds of $500 'I'HE' I
halfback, Lynwood Dixon; and at gal pump which permits pumpingof each for the next term of county IN CIRCUIT COURT OF TUB
right halfback, Sherwood Hall. water under any condition. The court., IN AND FOR. IIK.NDIVV I Good FarmLand

Lineup for team two-at ends, intake is 15' feet in length, of two- The men are reported to have OUATV, IN CHANCIJIIY. I
Marty Waldren and Willie Smith; inch hose and the discharge of 1 1-2 been seen late Sunday afternoon Case No.- I

at center Bobby Broadfoot; at quarterback inch hose. 500 feet of hose is used when they shot the caw from the CLEWISTON CORPORATION REALTY AND, a DEVELOPMENT Florida-

Jack Waters; at left half- with a unit and the whole unit, hose highway in a nearby pasture and corporation, '

back, Phillip MacLeod; and at right included is said to cost less than thq shooting was reported to. SheriffH. v. Plaintiff.,

halfback, Jimmy Elmore. L. DcLaney in LaBelle who immediately P.V.. HALL and MRS. P. W. HALL, for Rent
$500.Mr. his wife, et al,
Senior High Game I Stafford says that in addi- signed a warrant for Defendants
Team one and team three of the tion to fighting Everglades fires the : their arrest. A report that a full ORDER REQUIRING DEFENDANTSTO

Clewiston High School met last units are equipped for aiding any I I confession was signed by one of the : P. W. HALL APPEARTO and MRS P. W
Wednesday on the high school fieldto city fire fighting force and the men has not been confirmed.A HALL, his wife, 214 South Olive, Los '

play off the second game betweenthe larger units can easily be connected number of head of Mr. H>n- Angeles E. J. MORRISON California,; if alive, and If a .

three senior high school teams. to a fire hydrant. The. men must dry's cattle were shot several month dead to his unknown heirs devisees,
legatees, or grantees, and MRS. E. J.
Team one-J. D. Hooker, Dick be fully as well equipped fire fighters ago along the highway between La- MORRISON, his wife;
Tarleton, Gus Cantrell, Hager Lowe, i as those on city forces and arc Belle and Clewiston and it is believed R. WILBUR, if alive and if deadto TrespassersWill
his unknown ,
heirs devisees legatees -
Paul Pullen, Harry Vaughn. Team i subject to call tw.ntr-fo r hours by some that the arrest of or grantees, and MRS II. S. WILBUR -
three-junior Waters, Dick Owen, each day.Ezelle. these two men may clear up the his, wife. Be
Hervey Bourne, Harold Ehney, Sam mystery surrounding the first shoot- suit has been brought against
------ -------- a. you
Lang, A. D. Frith. ing. to quiet. and confirm the title of ProsecutedClewiston
Has Charge Of -lewiston Realty and Development
Team one kicked: off Corporation, a Florida corporation as
was on full force. After much against you, and each of you, to the
game from both sides it looked Kiwanis ProgramDr. Bowling _Alley Is following described real property in ...
opposition I lendry County, Florida, to-wit:
as if there wouldn't be any score. I I Lot 14, Block 173, as per General -
Proving PopularThe Plan of Clewiston, Florida,
During the game the following cording to Plat thereof recordedin
players stood out through grand J. W. Ezelle was in charge: of Plat Book 2, pages 7 to 14.
Public Records of Hendry County,
style of playing: the "Americanism" program at the two bowling alleys recently Florida.
A. D. Frith caught the ball and the weekly meeting of the local Ki- built by- J. W. Alderm across IT IS ORDERED that you, and each
of hereby required to
you are appearin And
ran half the length of the field be- wanis club Wednesday evening. from the city hall have proven so the Circuit Court for Hendry County Realty
Florida, at LaBelle, Florida, and
fore he was caught. Miss Betty Spicer read a most interesting popular with the people of Clewis-
file with the Clerk of said Court your
Sam Lang made the first touchdown editorial, "He Is An American" ton that Mr. Alderman is planning .written appearance (personally or by Development'Corpolation
of the in the first qua and Miss Kathryn Graham attorney) in said suit on the first
game to build two more of the concrete Monday in December A. D. 1939, being
ter of the game. sang 'a solo, "God Bless America", alleys at once to, accommodate the the 4th day of said month, and there-
At the half the score was sevento Miss Marion Leydig accompanying.Dr. after to file with said Clerk your
numbers who flock there for diver- written defenses, if any, to the bill of
six in favor of team one. Team Ezelle conducted a. short quiz sion and a healthful'recreation.., complaint in said suit at the time
kicked off in the third quar- of questions of local and prescribed by law.
three program Ladies were admitted free each Herein fail not. or judgment will be
ter.. national interest. The contest was Monday afternoon' for the first two

Bert Sholtz, in for Frith, caughtthe won by J. E. Beardsley who will weeks the alleys were open and the

ball on the twenty five yard line receive a free dinner at the next I sport has proven as popular with -'

and ran forty yards before he was club meeting. the ladies as with the men. .,. .
overtaken. Following the program the boardof : FAMOUS HOMES IN HISTORY

Lang passed the ball to Waters, directors had a short business Another Section Of .
who made the score for team three. session.

Waters passed to Lang for the Sidewalk Being Built ? 'j t' .-
third score. c '
Two New Boats .
The final score was nineteen to \ ','

seven, team three winning. In Local Waters The city is making plans to _build >. .0:"
/ Best individual. playing by J. D.. new concrete sidewalks north from -, .' .

Hooker., ., the highway along the west sIde' of III

Tigers, Go to Everglades Two new boats have been received San Pedro Street to connect with

The Clewiston High fcotball team here during the past two weeks the sidewalk already built .along -. .
l left :at 11:00 o'clock this morning and are being housed at the boat-. this street to give the school children ;

for Everglades The team, originally house of the Clewiston Boat Club ,a walk all of the way to town. t
scheduled for an open date, answered near the hurricane gate. I The sidewalk was recently completed Int f/ome o"HOME

a request from Everglades High I on the south side of the ;
Dick Bowman cf Belle Glade
School for a game' today at- highway from San Pedro to Atlantic ,
brought in a new Chris-Craft speed-
o'clock. a distance of two blocks. H J'rrnn11f
ster two weeks ago the "La Bas-

Sixth Grade ProgramThe quaise". This is a pretty little boat A 4 ; This was the home of-John Youa j'

sixth grade entertained with twenty feet in length with an all- Wage-Hour: Change. {! ; Howard !Payne, author of one aoME
mahogany hull. It is powered by a
the. following assembly program
IrID America's best loved
108 h. Chris-Craft motor and For ProcessorsA songs
this morning which was much, en- p. Sugar

joyed by the student body. hour.will develop a speed .of 36 miles per I Let us help you achieve the security

Bible reading, Emily Joyce.
sixth H. H. McClellan recently purchased news item froni Washingtor -.
Song, "Hallowe'en, by and comfort of home of
grade. a thirty-foot cabin cruiser in this morning is to the effect that a your own .;

Orlando which moved here the processing and mill-
Recitation, "The Goblins Will was cane sugar
Get .You", by David. Wednesday from Lake!: Apopka. This ing industry will be allowed tentatIvely I

Story, Nora Oglesby. boat, the "Humming Bird" has cabin by the wage and hour admin- I
accommodations for two and is istration exemption from certain

Hallowe'en powered by a Model_ A Ford motor provisions of the fair labor stand- Clewiston Federal Savings'l

Ghosts' Dance. A. O. Ward ,has purchased a new, ards act. This ruling will become

The program closed with the sing- 95 h. p. Gray motor which Bill effective in fifteen days if no protests -

ing of "My Bonnie Lies Over The Johnson is installing in his twen- are filed. and Loan Association

Ocean" by the entire assembly. ty-foot cruiser this .week. This exemption will permit the I I

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