The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00759
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: November 3, 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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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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NUMBER 47 -- -
VOLUME 18, -,--- -

l k.: 1615 ROSE BUSHES r Road 25 Work Will I P.-T. A. CARNIVAL Closer Check On 1 DOUGHERTY GIVEN

Acreage QuotasRoy


.:, N. Warnock arrived in

HERE NEXT WEEK! member Brooks of Bateman the State south Road Florida Board, MOST SUCCESSFUL Moore Haven Wednesday from the I BY WHITE HURST

stated this week that road 25 from state headquarters of the federal

Belle Glade to Twenty-Mile Bend soil conservation branch of the AAA !
Frank A. Dougherty, former
A total of 1615 roso bushes will required only a few more days for 1 The Parent-Teacher Association in Gainesville to work with County i
I" Hendry county tax collector, was
be received Monday for distribution completion if the weather remained netted approximately' $85 from the Agent G. C. Hodge through the

among the various, members of the good and would be turned over to I Hallowe'en Carnival given at the sugar cane harvest season to checkon I sentenced by Circuit Judge George

Garden Club and others who placed traffic as soon as possible. school building Tuesday evening, the compliance of the Ever- I W. Whitehurst last Saturday In
This road, he said, had cost the Richard Knight,
time with to Mrs. with the -
their orders at the same glades cane growers provisions I LaBelle to three years in the state
There road department approximately a chairman of the finance committeewho i Act.
the tiarden Club committee. of the his conviction
sixty-three individual orders; half million dollars to put in shapeto was in charge of the affair. restrictionson I penitentiary following -
were Although marketing
safer for on October 13 of theembez, -
make it smoother and
and twenty-six varieties of roses; Although the suddenly inclement sugar were' eased when President |
motorists.' It has been closed for zlement of $969.38 in state and
forced a change of plans
;, ordered. weather Roosevelt suspended Title II of the
The annual rose order has been about two years .during which time I and the carnival was held in the Sugar Act of '1937 soon after the county tax money while In the
traffic has been routed by Canal
handled by the Garden Club for halls of the school building, there outbreak of hostilities in Europe. I county tax collector's office. He was
Point and Conner's Highway adding
several years to give its members; was a good attendance and scoresof the federal quotas with respect to released on bond of $3,000 pending
about. fifteen miles to the distance I[
the benefit of a lower cost by amass youngsters in costume and adults acreage allotments,. are still in effect I
I from Belle Glade to Palm Beach. the outcome of an appeal to the
purchase. This year for the enjoyed an evening of fun. and American 'sugar producers I
The road is being opened today attorneys
court filed by his -
first time the invitation was extended Booths were provided for ham- cannot harvest 'more cane and pro supreme
for the inspection of a of I
for anyone who wished to place Rotary members from ''Palm group Beach burger, coffee, pie and cake sales, duce more sugar from additionalacres I Judge W. D. Bell of Arcadia

orders with the club order and there who are coming to Belle Glade fora for bingo and fish pond activities.A without forfeiting benefit pay- I and Louis O. Gravely.
cake walk was held later in the ments and a closer check Is appar-
was a great
joint meeting with the Belle Glade As soon as sentence was passed
of evening and dancing was enjoyed ently thus deemed necessary by the I
Mrs W. Owen
c: ,
Rotarians. The entire
group was expected I Dougherty filed an affidavit of insolvency -
the club committee will receive the here for lunch at the Clew- I for a short time. AAA.
that he
roses and distribute them from her iston Inn.School. The total receipts were $109.00and I seeking to prove

11:1: home after one' o'clock Monday bills outstanding will reduce Clewiston Tigers I was unable, financially, to continue
, I
afternoon.The, Leaders the sum to approximately $85, it / with his defense and on Wednesdayof

Red Radiance led in'popular I is believed. Drub EvergladesBy this week at another hearing
Costume prizes, were won by
ity, with 5OS bushes of this variety declared him insolvent -
Pink Radiancewas Discuss FutureS Bettye Carol Flaniken,' Billy Prew- Judge Whitehurst,
ordered. The 40.6 ScoreBy
Talis- itt, Sally Mae Jennings, Charles after the state had failed
next with 216 and the
man third, 137. Other varieties or- hool ProgramProf Benbow, Dick Hanna, Louise Prew- to prove that he had collectable as-

dered in lesser numbers were the itt, Harry Vaughn, Anne Prewitt. Dick Tarleton I sets and the state, will be compelledto

American Beauty, Briarcliff, Betty I The Clewiston Tigers handed the the costs in the appeal, of
Uprichard, Columbia, Etoile de R. W. Turk, principal of the Montgomery Builds boys from Everglades; a. 40-6 whip- pay
Hollande, Edith Nelly Perkins, E. Clewiston High; School, Prof. M. E. I ping last Friday afternoon on the 1 the case to the higher court.

G. Hill Golden Ophelia. Golden Morrison, principal' the LaBelle I On Pacific Avenue Everglades gridiron, the Tigers State Attorney Clyde Wilson has
High School, Prof. B. Miyares of information in another charge
Dawn, Hadley, J. J. L. Mock, Kai- proving too much for their fighting, filed
Felda and Superintendent S. A. I Dougherty which will comer
serin A. Victoria, Mrs. Pierre S. but unprepared, opponents.In
DuPont, President He/bert Hoover, Graves attended a district conference Wilbur Montgomery began this the first four minutes of play up later the misappropriation of

Shell Radiance, Mrs. Chas. Bell, of superintendents and princi- week the construction of a 'five the, Tigers broke the ice when Cap- more than two thousand dollars in

White Killarney, Baby Ideal, Golden pals held in Fort Myers Wednesdayon room residence on the lot he pur- tain Munselle Stone raced ten yards license tag funds while he was yet

Salmon, Cecile Brunner, ClimbingRed call of State Superintendent Colin chased last year, lot 22 in block I around right end for a touchdown.The in office which takes the place of

Radiance, Marchel Neil, Rose- English.The 450 with a sixty foot frontage on try for extra point failed whena the original charge, nolle prossed

lyn and Etoile de France. local school men were askedto Pacific Avenue. pass from Stone to Hooker fell by Judge Whitehurst on September

o participate in ,another state program I The home is being erected by Mr. Incomplete. Five minutes later- Sam 27, which sought to show that

: in which principals will revise Montgomery's father and will be Lang, the Tiger right end, scoredon more than $7,000 in license tag

Beardsley Moves To the present state, standards which about 24' x 30', frame constructionwith a beautifully executed end money was missing. Defense attor-

are the basis for, accreditation of siding of asbestos-cement: shin- around play that netted twenty neys ''won out on that count when

\ New Suite of Offices schools.At gles. yards.. A pass from Stone to Lang they charged that the informationfiled

O, ', --.....4...-. _the' conference the state' department I :. __ I failed and the quarter ended with was not specific' to time .and,
" "jv s--represented by, .M. Clewiston on the long end or'a amounts.
J.: E. Beardsley moved his offices L. Stone, director of instruction; ISKIWANISSPEAKER 12-0 score. Dougherty was suspended from
the hall in the second floorof DAN BEARDSLEY auditby
across In March 24 after an
Dr. W. T. Edwards, curriculum The third touchdown came office on
the Hopkins building the first of specialist, Paul Eddy, supervisor of the second quarter when J. D. State Auditors W. B. Johnson
this week and is now occupying the Bud ,'. F. disclosed an unexplained -
from \
school accreditation and Joe Hall, Hooker caught a pass and Powers
former Meredith apartment which health and physical education. The Vaughn for a fifteen yard gain and shortage in accounts. R. I

has been remodelled to make a conference was the eleventh of 16 the score., Bud's dropkick for the N. Miller was appointed by Governor -

most convenient suite of offices. similar curriculum conferences being of J. E. extra point was short and the score Fred 'Cone as his successor.
Simultaneously with the move Dan Beardsley, son
the con- held throughout the state in Beardsley of this city and a seniorin remained 18-0 through the half.
Mr. Beardsley developing a of teacher The third quarter passed withouta
program Pahokee High School was the Sugar Hoarding'IsCausing
with the
nection of John H. Doty :
architectural study of school and community guest speaker at the weekly meet- score but it also had its shareof
con- '
organization sultant. Mr. Doty as will also be locat- problems. ing of the Kiwanis Club at the Inn action. J. D. Hooker raced ten Price Drop ,
Definite plans were laid for initiation giving a splendid yards around right end on what I
ed in the suite of offices with the ]Wednesday night, ,
that Attorney James M. of a long-time program for account of his recent trip to Kan- looked like a scoring play but was

J Couse probability will also occupy another room improvement of instruction In the sas City as an FFA award and of tackled by the Everglades safety Those big supplies of sugar pur-

altered. counties represented at the meet- the workings of the Pahokee Chap- man and was knocked out when chased by American housewives in
it be
as Mr.soon Doty as is a mechanical engineer Ing. All school faculties were urged ter of the Future Farmers of Amer- his head hit a boundary marker.At the first few days of, the war had

receiving his AB degree at An- I to organize into study groups. These ica of which he is president.Dan the start of the fourth quar- the market suffering this week from

" niston (Ala.) College of Arts andBSME groups would survey the resourcesof with six other members of ter Coach Turk substituted ,an en- what some dealers called a case of

at Illinois Polytechnic Institute the community determine the Future Farmer chapters over the tire new team with the exception of "indigestion." Refiners moved the

in Chicago. From 1907 to real life needs of their pupils, de- I state was given the trip to Kansas Sam Lang. Harold Ehney, the'sec- price of sugar at wholesale down

1916 he was connected with the U. cide how well the needs are now City to a national convention as a ond string halfback for the Tigers another notch in hope of bringingin

S. Steel Corporation in structuraland being met by the school, and establish II reward for winning thelaster got loose for a thirty yard gain and more business.

research engineering capacities, definite school objectivesfor Planter degree. Others in the partywent was caught from behind by Ever- The major eastern refiners trade

served during the war as itenerate the future. along to compete for special glades' speedy tailback on the ten- authorities said, have cut the whole-

engineer of constructionin Members of the state departmentstaff prizes and one Florida boy won the yard line. But the gain went for sale quotation to around 5 centsa

supervising the steel industry and was com- outlined methods by which the $250 prize for public speaking. I, naught as the Everglades team took pound from 5.75 at the height of

missioned aid-major. After the faculty and principal, working to- Their instructors accompanied them the ball and worked it back down the war hoarding scramble In Sep-

war he was as employed as a machine gether in such a study for one year, making a total of twenty-three from the field and the left half-back car- tember. The refined price has been
will then be in position to revise ried over for their lone, touchdown. even faster decline in
designer by the Goodyear Tire and the state. In Kansas City they saw I I trailing an
Rubber Company until 1925 whenhe the school's program of instructionto some very interesting exhibits and Then the Tigers first string team the market for raw sugar, largely

opened his own offices as a con- meet the real needs of the com- met boys from other organizationsas came back into the game and in eliminating the September hump in I

sulting engineer in Akron, Pittsburgand munity and the pupils. 1\\ far away as Hawaii. the last four minutes of play wenton the price on excited war buying. "

New York. Here he stayed un- Five counties were represented at The Pahokee chapter, with '16 a rampage against their weary "It's Just a case of indigestion,

til the hit of the depression and I I the meeting in Fort Myers. members, Dan said, sets up a pro opponents. Stone broke loose and said a sugar man in explanation of

moved to Lakeland in 1932. The gram of work for the members and raced thirty yards behind beautiful the falling prices. "The trade hast

following year he moved to Clew- School Board ObservesOld for cooperative activities, savings blocking for the fourth Tiger touch- I I watt for housewives to use the
Vaughn's place-kick In misguidedfear
In ad- down and Bud they bought
. iston and has been located here accounts and other projects. surplus "
since that time in various capacities.Mr. ThanksgivingWithout dition there are a number of continuous was good to make the score of a war shortage.
k Beardsley states that his'of- projects with chickens, livestock One minute later Sam Lang 26-6'1 He said government figures indicated -
i end around bought at least
25 yards on an
fice has connections at this time etc., carried over from year consumers
,\ to permit a complete home building casting any reflection to year. The boys are trained in for another touchdown and Then againVaughn's with I twice. their normal demand as house-store
having also Joined withR. whatever on President Roosevelt's practical farm work such as fence kick was good. I wives raced for the grocery

program. C. Wilson of the Royal Lumber proclamation designating Nov. 23 as repairing construction of farm thirty seconds left to play the Tigers I Ion the war news? remembering what
touchdown on and pricesin
the final supply
scored the
Company in the promotion of FHA Thanksgiving Day, school authori- buildings and other things. to happened to swept
activity in Clewiston. ties said, Hendry county schools will The Chapter, he said, has set as a five-yard pass from the world war. The buying
to Hooker of trade
from Stone in spite
"> observe the customary last Thursday its goal the visiting of all pointsof Hooker. A pass retail shelves clear
in November which Is the 30th interest in the state and possiblythe failed as the game ended. and government assurances there
V Tigers To Pompano enough to meet
for their turkey and pumpkin pie United States from a projectfor was more than
each member which it is hoped Live Stock Sale needs in the warehouses and at the

.' 3 Coach R. W. Turk left early this day.Mrs.. Homer Taylor, chairman will net each about $125.00. 175 producing sources. takings for the

morning with his squad of football speaking for the school board, said, hours of farm experience is required Next WednesdayThe September sugar dealer pointed
V "We set for the at and the members cooperate in wholesale trade, a
players to play a return .game with : holidays year 1,200,000 tons
Panthers at Pompano. the beginning of the school term buying of fertilizers, poultry, stock out, set a record
the Pompano trade regards
1 the the
sale at what
The first meeting between the and the board hasn't yet considered and other needs. They raise and sell next livestock about double
i will be "
VV.L two teams, three weeks ago on the changing them." Mrs., Taylor said shrubs, plants and pet out plants, LaBelle Livestock market November 8 as "normal.

local gridiron ended in a 7-7 tie she, favored the last Thursday, or for practical experience.A held next Wednesday,

:-t '. and the local team is confident that 30th, and Dillon Hall, LaBelle board discussion was held! at a recent) at one o'clock, it has been announced RESTAURANT REOPENSAFTER THREE WEEKS

: VV they can add another win to their member said he did also. meeting about the purchase of pure by manager J. C. Jackman.and 25 .
I bred bulls or gilts and among chap- About 150 head I of the
string because of greatly to be offered I Mrs. D. Lamer, proprietor
PTOMAINE VICTIMSMr. ter activities are Included a radio horses are expected : its
playing since that time. Pompano American restaurant, announces
has also improved since that game -, program put on recently for pub-' for sale at that continuing time. well into re-opening for business after being

and a close game Is anticipated to- and Mrs. R. C. Nowling have licity purposes the responsibility of Heavy rains I closed three weeks because of ill-
day, the Panthers defeating the both been very ill this week with putting out the high school annual, the fall still prevent
Moore Haven Terriers there last ptomaine poisoning believed to have showing movies of safety devices: many cattle out as had been hoped I ness. chicken dinners are advertised -
will be Special
V. "% Friday by a score of 1913..The Terriers been caused by eating canned sau- at local theatres, sponsoring of a, for at the sale but as, many be with regular meals at popular
block as can
exhibit placed ,on the
Fathers and Sons night, an '
have given the "Tigers their sages. Both are improving rapidlyat ,
)I this time. (Continued on Page rounded up. .. _., prices.
,. only defeat of the year. ,_. ..-. 10)I "

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Uncle Sam Seeks. New Blood Turkish Pact Worries Russia; QUESTIONSWhen

For Enlarged Armed Forces May Avoid Closer German Ties Baking Apples.-Cut the

skin around apples and they will

yy,, -, .".,< In Fear of Anti-Hitler FrontEDITOR'S not shrivel up* when* baking.

Improving Veal Roast. Veal

roasts are improved by rubbing
( NOTE-When opinions are expressed in these columns, they
them with powdered ginger black
are those of the news analyst and not necessarily of this newspaper.. )' ,
pepper and onion salt before cooking -
Released by Western Newspaper Union

... Let Beds Air-In order to give
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.drtnp, whiach ..:2 .ulllo d.o..do hand In ."y p.... talk.t ,.. delaying bedmaking'until
It.ly I just before noon or after all
C tahn Veww 1I,1,1a fight SCANDINAVIAI Fin.
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eutpolnt BrltolnI n.uhalltytd1uvupr.. ,hold tasks have been performed.
I In naval wor. 0.0" M.d.nsltirdondh.m
boot0 ",In.d, 71 dIo. Ruula. ==1
r- Eels Drive Motors

..:,w..,.. ;....;k, -c, ,.... .. :-' &>.. -C;:'..:& >.X5: <-,,<;y"-.:;;. ( /J) wuf 1ou J 'Electric light has been obtained
palANDt R.i.h.n..r.. from the queerest sources, even
Until, Europe's tear began, the U. S. planned an average, army of AWESiH.ppy.wrp.d Turkq. l AM i 'r t110U u .Nbkdp.da30OD0.p..l., Auulo LWNVl.Nmonth's mtl.iwhh lemons. At a meeting of the New

179,000 men this fiscal year. President Roosevelt's "limited emergency"boosted pain. .n w..t Jac t U S h.r p., .& York Zoological society, Mr.

it, to 227,000. Thus, throughout the nation recruiting officersare .m rent huf Land held w.,n.w k. Ndon. Christopher Coates, an official of

trying to raise their quotas, anxious for enrollees yet particular ,pw.mm..t.,dial EngRd..hid..n h.7 Jw.fi $ UAOC SEAL TwrUth part .ptn. the aquarium, recently demon-

whom they take 'These quotas show what a recruit may expect. Above: ..avalla..I tU 1 Dardan.R.I..5..p.rmltngGERMANY strated that an entire battery 01
M protection of Rumania. neon lamps could be run by fixing
takes them back the ,
An officer, having cornered two prospects, to office .I A
the terminals to a large, live eel
back" soldiers area no longer'wanted FRANCE
for further discussion. "Strong ; :' ; from South American waters

the army needs intelligent men.in this day of mechanization. I ITALY "UA A U/ \ which is known- give off a tremendous -
SPAIN discharge. He clamped'two
\\L\ /a. flexible metal bands round its
.Not dhpl.a..d f T U"R'KE TRAtT. body, connected these to the neonlamps
with Turk move to 1 4 and tickled the eel into ac .
taftguard Balkan, RUMANIA Nora grab by { [t: to-
PRE tivity. At each discharge the bulbs
wh..Italy foan..... Ruula, Hungary and Bul
Invailon. Anxlout to garia. Hoik alUeetTuriilUipacto 'r( flashed brilliantly.
ovoid Mediterraneanwar. .peaco old.tilim WLOARIAtFd.ndlywith -
iU Pop Fiut Bay Runlan claim. Runlo. D.mand.land TURKITl R.e.mtnEd.nd.hipwith When a small electric motor
G.,..." t"olm.nt of'allli from Rumania. Soviet Kuiiio detpil*new poet with olDn. ,
attached to the bands and
Hungary..1.4p was
Cathogutro"/ preuuro forcet iMlgnoMonoFoppotltioncobinel.- Win light with oOle* If Irgly loin|
In Italy. F_.;.::.'{Bulgarian claim. Germany. the eel again tickled into action,:

A the audience saw the flywheel
: '( '' z.a' spinning violently. Finally the eel''
,J was induced to generate more
F xc Net result: Hitler's position teas uncomfortable. electricity, which worked a radio

loudspeaker. ,
Europe in Brief: stunned by Turkey's move, warily
sidestepped military assistance to
'a l < Turkey's pact with Britain and the Reich because all Europe
f France to maintain the Mediterranean seemed conspiring against Germany. -
/ _
'. -.. ,\ :1 status quo established Turkeyas Soviet demands on Finland Correct Constipation
w..w, .."...,..,.>.. .,...,.,&: the key balance-of-power nation were reportedly eased.
in Europe's struggle for power. Italy, Fighting on the western front con- Before-Not After!
Recruits are given forms to fill out. If over 21, parents' consent is I,
viewed the
unperturbed, pact as a tinued lazily, Hitler ordering his
not needed. Applicants between 18 and 21 must have their parents'consent. bar to Russian expansion in the Bal- troops to remain on their own side An ounce of prevention Is worth a-

From, all, the army demands character references. Physical kans, where Mussolini hopes to develop of the French border. Observers pound emergency suffer those relief dull Why lifeless let
examinations come next, and after enlistment medical officers are con Italian influence. As a ges- thought this was a peace gesture, days because of constipation,why

stantly looking after the soldier's health. ture of renewed confidence, Italian- but he meanwhile summoned party bring on the need for emergency
French trade restrictions were re leaders to sound out German sentiment medicines, when there may be afar
__"'__, _-- ____' ,-.".,..y "" '=. ... _." .. \I<.,,1.. moved. on a major offensive. At sea better way? That way Is to

..:: : Russia and Germany both howled and over England, German planes KEEP regular by getting at the
of trouble.
over the diplomatic defeat, but Hit- remained active. cause the i
If it's common constipation,due
ler could little assistance Net result for the, week Anti-
expect : to lack of "bulk" in the diet, a Y,./
from Italy by way of reestablishing Hitler forces gained considerable pleasant! ,nutritious,ready-to-eat
Nazi influence in the Balkans. strength. Russia, having won all cereal-Kellogg's AU-Bran-goes
Vowing a "fight to the finish" on she wanted from Germany and be- straight to the cause by supplyingthe

France and Britain, Hitler appealedto ing unwilling to play ball with a "bulk" you need.
Russia for aid. The Soviet, loser, watched from the sidelines. Eat this crunchy toasted cereal
every day-with milk or cream,or
baked Into muffins-drink plentyof
water,and sog If you don't forget -
CONGRESS : TREASURY: all about ccfastipatlon. Made[
by Kellogg's in Battle Creek.Sold
Hot and HeavyIn Bad News by every grocer.

the senate, most U. S. states- Forgotten under the stress of war V J

Our enrollees find at their first men had already decided whetherto has been America's mounting public -

meal that the army hardly offers a vote for or against the adminis- debt, which supplied a No. 1 political Life a PastimeTo

4'i, 'iHollywood'reducing diet." U. S. tration neutrality program. Never- argument before anti-admin-
theless the most prolific oratorical istration forces turned their atten- maintain oneself on this earthis
soldiers are the best fed in the flood in modern U. S. history con- tion to neutrality (See CONGRESS). not a hardship but a pastime, if

world. Also the best clothed, get- tinued unabated. Congressmen, sen- But one fine October day Secretaryof only one will live simply and wise- p''

ting new clothes "from the skin ators, bystanders and men with axes the Treasury Morgenthau called ly.-Thoreau.STUFFINESS1.

out." ,Civilian clothes can be worn to grind bawled over the radio, gave reporters for a story that set the opposition -

when on pass. interviews and harrangued the sen- campaigning again. The NOSE
ate's rafters with speeches (1) tell- story: The treasury was borrowing D HEAD

ing why the arms embargo shouldbe $150,000,000 in 91-day discount notes, '\
lifted, (2) why it should not, and although slightly less than $100,000- .1 ...; ) PNNEtRO
(3) discuss- 000 in similar obligations were due.

ing any oth- Thus the public debt was hiked $58-

er phase of 000,000 in one day, the extra borrow- Better SpeechIf

> : internationalpolitics ing being precautionary.Thus thou thinkest twice before

a the total debt reached $40- thou speakest once, thou wilt speak
which happened 963,392,881 and seemed a cinch to twice the better for it.-William

to cross the $41,000,000,000 mark within Penn.

an come to the week. Figures on public debt

mind. growth were discouraging: It' was
.4.4. :5 '
ty;;%:';:' n?4 rr{ Form e r about 2i% billions 'greater than a ARE YOU MISERABLE?

PresidentHoover year ago, and a deficit of $1,291;
pp ; xryv, ob- 509,406 had piled up since the cur- Durham, N. C. Mrs.
L1A J i P "t"f. to T. J. Deadmond, Route 6,
r n says : "I was Very weak,
i REYNOLDS selling heavy ---'S. Q could hardly eat, had poor
.4 : ? Russian torpedo? armament ; nerves and felt miserable
I took Dr.
seekfor all over.
; N urging that "in what we do, we w.N : Pierce's Favorite Prescrip ,
I a firm basis in broad humanity." :; tion and it stimulated my

j _.__ _......_.__.....m.n- ___m....._ Col. Charles A. Lindbergh thoughtwe ::. 'l appetite and it was not
long before I had my
Neatness and orderliness is stressed. Even the trunk lockers are might soon have to forbid any strength back and felt real
American nation from sending : Prescription in liquid
I packed uniformly. This is one way of inculcating discipline, which troops abroad or giving bases to or good.tablets Buy from your druggist today.

army officers insist never hurt anyone. foreign battleships. Michigan's Sen.

Prentiss Brown took him to task for WNU-7 44-39
; ;JP'f:';::;.i ;JL. -= :!mt'w.r.i.; : .; 'l.MU..f.f.:3
of nationalistic imperialism.Most .

( heated international argument ty
was'a "who done it" forum on the Athe-
nia sinking. North Carolina's Sen. Bob ..::y nZ$ :C..3.. o.
Reynolds injected a new angle by accusing :tr
Russia. Nazi Propaganda Minister May Warn Disordered "-
Paul Joseph Goebbels blamed Britain's p ,:fJ Kidney Action

Winston Churchill personally. The Brit. Modern lifo with Its hurry and worry
ish, as usual,'blamed Germany.) Irregular habits, improper eating and
risk of and inf ec-
drinking-its exposure
While Repealists Key Pittman and I tion-thrnws heavy strain on the workof
Alben Barkley fought to limit debate C the kidneys. They are apt to become
) acid
n. ; over-taxed and fait to filter excess
and bring the neutrality issue to a and other impurities from the litegivingblood.

vote, U. S. public opinion was undeniably SECRETARY MORGENTHAU You. may suffer nagging backache ,

r' k waxing wary. Repealistshad Ever upward. headache, dizziness, getting up nights
x. fF. nG already ''made some conces- leg pains, swelling-feel constantly

sions, abandoning the 90-day credit rent fiscal year began (income: $1- tired kidney nervous or bladder, all worn disorder out. Other are some-signsof

"clause and proposed restrictions on 629,591,000; outlay: $2,921,100,000). times burning. scanty or too frequent

U. S. shipping. Whereas 44 per Moreover, the pace of growth was urination.Try Doan's Pills. Doan't help tna
cent of the nation (iI'a' Gallup) poll speeded, for debt incurred in last kidneys to pass off harmful excess half body
{ Rifle drill and other recruit instruction, fundamentals of military had earlier favored U. S. participation year's similar period was only $997- waste.century They of public have approval.had more Are than recom-&

service, are: taught every enrollee no, matter what branch he eventuallyenters. in the war should the allies lose, 039,000. mended by grateful users everywhere.
Even quartermaster corps men learn first to be soldiers before the percentage now. dropped to 29. The debt crept ever nearer the Ask your

starting their special training. Within a few months these raw recruits Observers thought the measure $45,000,000,000 statutory limit, which

will.be seasoned soldiers, ready to choose their career in the army which would get senate approval, but there the administration has, promised to SPILLS
Uncle Sam hopes will be one of peace. were indications it had a majorityof raise (if congress approves) as soon
only 15 votes in the house. as needed.


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INTERNATIONAL __ ? Offering Information I .

I :ANOTHER. on Various Subjects .....-.._ .

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SUNDAY [Lesson % .

,'... ,.. The Questions The Answers -.:.nt

,r .'i.':1..:_: By Dean HAROLD of The b Moody. LUNUQUIST.Bible Instituteof D. D. I ? .y caw 9?)'.:,'a..> w 1. Where is Independence 1. Philadelphia, Moscow, New ,

(Released by Western Chicago.Newspaper Union.) .! ,: (N square? Red square? Union York and London, respectively.
square? Trafalgar square? 2. Parole is a conditional release -

2. What is. the difference be- of a prisoner from jail; pro-
Lesson for November 5 tween parole and probation? bation is a suspended sentence of

)1'\ r' : 3. Can you name a country or one convicted but not sent to jail.
y I continent that starts with "A" but 3. Afghanistan.
Lesson subjects and Scripture texts selected -
and copyrighted by International does not end with an "a'-? 4. No. "Anybody can do as hepleases"
' Council of Religious Education; used by 4. Is it correct to say "Any is correct.
body can do as. they please"? 5. Grover Cleveland's daughter,

? :' '' RIGHTEOUSNESS IN ; r : 5. Was a President's child ever Esther, whose birthday was September

THE KINGDOM born in the White House? 9, 1893, was the only Pres-
+' 7 6. What city in the United Statesis ident's child born in White House.

directly south of the North pole? 6. All of them.HOWSEW .

LESSON TEXT-Matthew 51720. 38.45;

i? 614.
:; GOLDEN TEXT Be ye therefore perfect.
..... even as your Father which is in heaven
. is perfect.-Matthew 5:48.
, f44 By ,
. n Vi
: .. ., ..... .. ., : RUTH WYETH
? A. _:..F :"':,"? ':-<. :. .>,:. > .. H&.1"F..Q''i, (.
E'J\ (, "Righteousness in the kingdom, F J4fF SPEARS

': '.? the title of our lesson, properly relates -

:i <;.: ,its teaching to the kingdom of 1

:. ..'.-: .<. the Messiah which is to come on quilt block patterns for three de-
{ :;.:. the earth, and to the condition signs selected from her favorite

;' which shall then prevail. At the Early American quilts. You may

. ';. .:' same time we agree with Dr. JamesM. have these patterns FREE with

.: \',: Gray that "it would be wrong to your order for four books. Priceof

: press this too far and to say' that SEAM books-10 cents each postpaid.Set :

'l. the Sermon on the Mount has -no of three quilt block patterns

.;-i..,,. application whatever to the Chris- without books--10 cents. Send or-

:",: tian church or the time in whichwe ders to Mrs. Spears, Drawer 10,

live, for God is the same Bedford Hills, New York.

-: through all dispensations and the

I' underlying principles of His govern-

: It that it all of SATURDAY 2."W1DE.TURN AND PRESS EDGES; M
r Certainly it is true See Recipes Below. THEN STITCH AS SHOWN SKIN1JI'
the men and all of the nations of
(300 degrees). Drain mushrooms
the earth were on this Armistice Hurry-Up Meals SNOW-WHITE PETROLEUM
Saute in "
and and dredge with flour. and masculine. Al-
of Christ
followers "STURDY
Sunday true
melted butter. Pour mushroomsover "
.\ ready to carry out the teachings of What a feeling of satisfaction it the omelet, fold, and place on .That so was, the trimmings order for, the please.bed- Past Lives On
this lesson, there would no This creates to be able to confront the hot platter. Serve immediately. spread in the combination work- The true past departs not. Nothing

any possibility of war. family with an attractive and substantial All-in-One Dinner. andplayroom of a 10-year-old lad. that was worthy in the past

means that. the best peace missionariesand propa- meal, even after a long aft- (Serves 6) Blue and tan predominated in the i departs no truth or goodness
is the sending It
ganda ernoon of shopping or of bridge. The clever mother made realized by man ever dies, or can
win 6 link room.
all the earth to sausages
teachers to to accom-
takes a bit of planning for the rather die.Carlyle.Both.
men to Christ. 1 large onion (chopped fine) curtains large
plish that! 2 tablespoons green pepper (minced)' square window; using lunch clothsin
be studied and ,
Our lesson should A selection of "Hurry-Up-Menus
beef these colors-one cloth makinga
Vz pound ground
taught with great care lest we con- to economize on time, without J
fuse morality with Christianity and I' sacrificing quality, is the an- Vz pound ground pork ''pair of curtains. .. A GREAT BARGAINVESPER
1 No. 2 can tomatoes with red gingham
Blue denim
justi- Choose foods
that are
make it appear men swer to that problem. TEA
1 No. 2 can kidney beans bands is for the spread.
fied before God by their good works which can be prepared for cook- suggested
rather than by their faith in Christ.I. ing several hours in advance. A Vz cup uncooked rice The diagram may be 'used as a

Christ Fulfills the Law (5:17-20). casserole dish requiring little' Vz cup hot water salt 'guide for cutting' and making a 5O Cups for iO Cents
\Vz teaspoons 36-inch material fora "
of "
I wise selection for the spread any
The law of God is eternal, neverto main cooking dish of a your meal; or, if you Vt teaspoon pepper bed of any width. The amountof Ask Y ur 'Gr.cer ,.

be abrogated, never set aside. like, plan a broiler dinner or "grill" Brown the sausages in a heavy material needed will be three
Christ Himself, although we might and drain off width of the fin-
which can be cooked in little more frying pan. Remove, times the full
properly say that He was in realitythe time than it takes to set the table. all but V\ cup of lished spread, plus two inches. Two StrengthenedHe

Law-giver and thus had power teasing meals, and meals the fat.Saute the, seams covered by bands run that aids another, strengthens
and authority over the law, indicated that can be put together in only a onion, and the straight across the .width of the more than one.-Lucy Lar-

1. His purpose in coming to be that few minutes' time,. can be built k green pepper in spread. The two lengthwise bands com.

e3 of 'giving the law its full meaning, around these popular and satisfying \ the fat. Then add may be close together or far apart

not of destroying it. One'could wish main dishes. In most instancesall '. the ground meat according to the width of the bed.

r' that those who profess to 'be His that's required to complete themis 4 and cook until The corners at the foot are cut out

servants might have the same bread, a beverage, and a sim- brown. Add re- as shown. The edges are then

I" measure of regard for God's law. ple fresh fruit dessert. cOT maining ingredi- pressed to the right side and bands
Recognizing Christ as the fulfillment and
I Baked Beans. cover, stitched over them.
of the law should prepare Hasty Oven ; until the
(I cook
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Serves 6)
one to manifest obedience to every ( rice is tender (about 35 minutes).
who a
NOTE are now
moral through His grace 1 large can baked beans
precept reheat
During the last 15 minutes,
Books No. 1 2 and 3
:using Sewing ,
and by His strength. Certainly it % pound bacon mixture.
the sausages on top of the will be happy to learn that No. 4
- ': should not 'lead anyone to lawless- % cup light brown sugar Serve with a green salad.
is for mailing as well as
regarding details 2 tablespoons tomato catsup ready ;
carelessness -
ness of the daily walk. Fellowshipwith Pour Vz can of baked beans in Grilled Ham Sandwiches. 'the'10 cent editions of No. 1, 2 and DIXIE FILM SERVICE
the Saviour should be revealedin greased baking casserole. Dice % Toast slices of bread and place 3. Mrs. Spears has just made P.O.Box 4385-A Atlanta, Co.

slices bacon and thin slices of ham on untoasted side
consistent living (v. 20). .-!& t: .J
with cheese slices
of bread. Cover
II. Christ Explains the Law (5: sprinkle over the ._ .
m m m" m n mnm

38-45). beans.and Add then cat- and Top spread with slices with of prepared fresh tomato mustard.and : > f. : t tn : mm..n '. : : ..
Look at 21 to 37. The sup, .. ..:. : ,. ,. .
verses grill under broiler until cheese: : ,. ,. >
21 cover with remainder *' ..... : .". :. ;<. ..:. .. .. : '. ," :' '.. X>I q: ; x"
spirit of murder is anger (vv. of baked melts. Serve with watercress and "

22). A lustful look is adultery (vv. beans. Sprinkle stuffed olives.

27-30), and it is better to be blind with brown sugar, Saturday Night l\Ie Pie. By burning 25% slower than the average of the 15

than to be guilty of it. Divorce is and top with bacon strips. Bake in 4 tablespoons onion (minced) of the largest-selling brands tested-slower than
linked very plainly with adultery.vv. .. hot oven (400 degrees) for 30 .min 1 pound ground beef

( 31, 32). Swearing is forbidden utes. Serve at once. 1 can condensed tomato soup any of them-CAMELS give a smoking plus equal toMORE

(vv. 33-37). Thus Christ strips out- Hasty Noodles. Vz teaspoon salts
ward conformity to the law of its '
(Serves 6) teaspoon pepper
virtue and reveals that -
for 2-cruet pie
noodles Pastry
with God it is the spirit that gives 8 1 package slices bacon Butter (melted) ,;
to the act.
meaning 2 eggs (well beaten) Cook the onions in a little butter,
to make that
He on plain
salts until soft. Add the ground beef and
God alone is wise enough to take teaspoon >,.
'/ teaspoon pepper cook until barely brown. Blend in
vengeance, that we ought never ,to f.
with salt and
retaliate with evil for evil. Note Cook the noodles in boiling, salted the soup Sprinkle +

that verse 39 probably refers to an water until tender. Drain, and pepper, and mix. Line pie pan with ti
rolled to %-inch thick-
insult rather than to physical vio- place in a slow oven to keep warm. :t.
Moisten the of the crust
lence; that in verse 40 it is a ques- Pan fry the bacon until crisp, and ness. edges
with cold water. Fill the pie shell
tion of a difference of opinion in remove from drippings, and cut into
Drain off all but two with the meat mixture. Cover with piKAC'f
which the other man feels that he small pieces.
the top crust, prick top, brush with
of the bacon fat, then r.
has a legal right to your coat; and tablespoons
melted butter, and bake in a 375
I and noodles in the
that here, as in verses 41 and 42, place, the bacon
for hour bakein
degree oven one ,
it is not a matter of letting a wickedor frying pan. eggs 15
seasoning and cook, folding a hot oven ((450 degrees) for
defraud and ,
scheming of
person you
minutes then decrease heat to 350
but ratherof gently, over a low fire for about five
your rights or property,
degrees and bake 15 minutes longer.
doing what .is required of you in minutes, or until the eggs are set.

an ungrudging spirit and of being Serve very hot. A crisp salad \

generous with others who are in makes an excellent accompanimentfor What is the first thought that

need. In Christ we are to be like this meal. comes to your 'mind when you

our heavenly Father and love our Corn and Mushroom Omelet. think of "entertaining"? Hard

enemies (vv. 43-45). (Serves 6) work? Expense? Formality? It

UI. Christ Illustrates the Law (6: 1 No. 2 can corn should mean none of these!

1-4). 3 eggs Rather, that word "entertain-
salt ing" stands for friendliness, and / LAY
Possibly it would be more appropriate Vz teaspoon
for us to say that Christ here Vz teaspoon baking powder warmth, and sociability. Eleanor
I \ illustrates the right and the wrong .2 tablespoons diced green pepper Howe.will tell you next week how

of fulfilling the law. How' 1 can button mushrooms to make entertaining easy. Be
way very
flour sure to look for the article, "Let'sAll PLEASUREPER
1 tablespoon
clear He makes it that the one who, "
while ostensibly! doing the will of 2 tablespoons butter Have Tea. PUFF

God, actually is seeking the recog- Drain the corn. Separate eggs. r

nition and glory of men has receivedhis Add salt to egg yolks and beat until Send for Copy of This Cook Book. -MORE

full reward, for men have applauded very thick. Add Spareribs with Apple Stuffing, PUFFS PER

his act of generosity. The : & baking powder Barbecued Steak, Clam Chowder,

transaction is complete and God has q .-' to egg whites and the old-fashioned Apple Dumplings PACK 1 & 7' A *

nothing to do with it at all. On the 1 !!'My and beat until.. that men love-you'll find ?

other hand, the one who gives in :J ;:- .....",. stiff. Fold egg recipes for these and many other

the spirit of Christ, not wanting men 1/ cz.: .. whites into the family favorites in Eleanor Howe's

to know of his faithful stewardshipv. I /,;f-- egg yolk mixture. cookbook, "Feeding Father." To

( 4), and in fact making no reckoning Add corn and get your copy of ithis popular cook- ;ate.

If" of it himself (v. 3), may be green pepper and mix lightly. Pour book now send ten cents in cointo

\L::. ( certain that he has a heavenly Fa- into a hot buttered frying pan "Feeding Father," care of Elea-

ther who takes careful account of and cook slowly until omelet is nor Howe, 919 North Michigan Ave,

the loving deeds of His children and browned and thoroughly cooked Chicago, Ill. .
who will reward him, both in this through. Dry lightly in warm oven (Released by Western Newspaper Union.)

world and in the world to come.

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.. ,.,,.,. FOUB: I

be opened between I political tempest in a teapot. As The appointment of Major Henry tor and rail transportation for
mall to
The Clewiston News 1 pect and receipt, nor his telephone this is written, the beautiful plum Neil Kirkman as captain in chargeof District "H"", until he was relieved ..y.1
posting to be tapped. He changes his still hangs on the tree. Gathered the highway operations of the from active duty May 19, 1936, by
of dwelling, and does not report beneath it are countless hopefuls patrol Is one which will inspire an executive order relieving*:reserve
bUshed every Friday CLEWISTON in Clewlston NEWS,, place so doing to the police. He has who stand with outstretched hands confidence of the public in the ef- officers of field grade from' CCC
Florida by the with the', police.He and tears running down their ficiency of the patrol and will give duty.
rI'C. not registered
J carries an Identification card cheeks. Senators Andrews and Pep- the patrolmen a leadership which On July 1, 1936, Major Kirkmanwas
Editor only in case he should be the vic- per, in whose back yard the tree will command their respect. appointed head of the Florida

LL KEATULEYSOWDEN.' tim of a ,traffic accident.He stands. have only to shake it. But Major Kirkman was born In State Highway Patrol and Traffic
of his neighbors across unless they unite and shake in the Greensboro, N. C., but has been a I Division, Florida State Road De-
:;:: matter thinks I
Jntered as 1. 1927 second at class the Post mall Office In international borders-of those to same direction it is possible that resident of Palatka, since 1916. He partment, and has served in this capacity -
'hruary it-wlston, Florida, under the Act or the north as tho they were across a Mr. Roosevelt may push 'em both Is an engineer of wide experience, until the present date. He
Match 3, 1887. state line, rather than as foreign- out of the way and pick the prize having built more than 100 bridgesin spent the summer of 1938 with the

ers-of those to the south more as himself. Florida, including the "million New York State Police, studying the'
Subscription Rate ,'2.00 Per Year.Advertising strangers since they speak a lan- The thing that the politicians, dollar" causeways at Clearwaterand system used by this organization in
Rates On Appllcntlon. guage different from his, and with big and little, seem to overlook Is Palatka, and Baker's Haulover preparation for the organization of
the knowledge that there are now the fact that the post of Federal Bridge at Miami Beach. the Florida State Road Patrol.

matters of difference between his Judge Is not the personal and private Major KIrkman's military career I r

.11,1"..voted of Clewlston to the advancement and Hendry and County.wel- government and theirs, but of nei- property of this or that senatoror egan with his enlistment in the U. ,-- d iiiiuiiii; :
ther with an expectancy of war. any group ''or clique. To consider S. Army on June 27, 1917. The following -

,- He worships GOD in the fashionof such an appointment as an oppor day he was appointed sergeant -
:It:: was. a quiet and orderly Hal- his choice, without let. tunity to pay a political debt, favora first class of the engineers AMERICANRESTAURANT
henchman, Influence ,votes, or for and sailed for active duty in France.He .
lowe'en In Clewlston. with him in his
His children are
any other selfish purpose, is little was appointed second lieutenant
removed to a placeof
home, neither
The weather for a day or two greater safety, nor if older, or- short of criminal. Engineers' N. A.: April 4, 1918, pro-
i'-Is week proves that the calendar dered ready to serve the state with The people of Florida are con- moted to first lieutenant, EngineersU. /
Js right and that fall has arrived sacrifice of life or limb. He has his cerned only with the appointmentof S. Army, August 18, 1918, and
even In Florida. problems, his troubles, his uncer- a man fully qualified for the was discharged from service with NOW RE-OPENED
tainties, but all others are not over- job; the best man that can be foundbe that rank on January 9, 1919. He FOR BUSINESS 'ft

We'll soon be enjoying night shadowed by the Imminence of bat-. he Democrat or Republican or was appointed first lieutenant, En-
tames 1 at the local football field. tle and sudden death. Independent; a Judge well versedin gineers Reserve in February, 1919,
The poles are up wires are strung, He should struggle to preservehis the law; an honest, upright, hon- was promoted to captain, June 1922,
r.nd It shoudn't be long before the Americanism with its priceless orable man, fair in his judgment, and was promoted' to Major in Special Chicken Dinner

reflectors and bulbs are In place. privileges. He Is a fortunate man. unbiased fearless and able. October, 1933. SUNDAY 50c

He is an AMERICAN.from Those who put Senators Andrews He reported for active duty at CHOPS OYSTERSMrs.
The 'outdoor bowling' alleys here the New York Sun. and Pepper in office authorized Fort Benning, Georgia, November
agetting a splendid play and the these men to think, act and vote 19, 1933, and was on continuous

r. nial manager, Shorty Alderman. for them on just such problems as duty as purchasing and contracting. .
D. Prop.
ii to be congratulated on filling a ..:......:..: :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:-:..:-:..:. this. It is a matter that vitally officer, construction and utilities officer -
need for a clean, healthful pastime. concerns the welfare of all the peo- and officer in charge of gen-

ple. It takes courage to forget self eral supply activities. including mo,- .- ': ;E' !'''' ..' .: __: .t..., .:-.:_;;
President Roosevelt passed his Too Late To ClassifyBy and think of others at such a time. I'NNNMNNNN
new neutrality legislation by a nice The people of Florida look to An- '

in both houses"of Congress drews and Pepper to do just that. .. ...,.. .,.. .....,.................. ...
majority RUSSELL KAY . :NNNNH.N:":NIIN. :'':":":":I/NNN1. :1:N: :N1: : :/: : : : : : : : : : : : : : ::N
there'll be no ." ':.
and in a day or two ,
fxcuse'for City of Flint incidents.The IS1. :M:N:N:N11. :N:N.N:N:M:N:N:N.N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:'.N:N1 Road Patrol To + GLASSES SCIENTIFICALLY BROKEN LENSES i-

cash and carry plan looks good ::: FITTED AND REPAIRED DUPLICATEDDR. :::

to us. I When Judge Alexander Akerman Start In December y
announced his decision to retire, he
wrench : F. D. GUDBAUROptometrist *
BLISTERING EDITORIALS tossed a beautiful monkey .

I into the Florida political"slow picture down" Tallahassee(FNS)When Flor- =i: :!:

In the course of a day the editor that has caused a ida's new Highway Patrol goes into 'i'
may have several visitors. occasion-I strike in both the senatorial and, active service the first part of De-

ally there is one who gubernatorial campaigns-to say cember, the state will have a small _;. 5 Collier Arcade 'i'
excited. He is worked up over what I nothing of providing both our senior but well trained group of men pro- I x Phone 198 Fort Myers. Florida '':''
:come other citizen, perhaps a citi- and junior'United States Senators tecting public safety under the :
1 with ample material for a series of ._. Successor to I\:. II. Oakley 'i'i
zen who holds some municipal or leadership of efficient and capable
office has done or has. first class headaches.To officers. 6
failed appointive to do. the ordinary run-of-the-mill I The cream of about 4,000 appli- .:HNNtiN:NNN:NNN:N:NN:..:NN:NNN:NNN:N:N I.:NNNI.:NIINHNN:N NN:NNN:M:I.:NN N:..:-:,..:..:..: ,
In his field .
"It is your duty," the irate -visitor Floridians-the farmer cants for the patrol will comprisethe
the folks of the grocery clerk, the mill hand, I
exclaims "to let force of thirty to be sent to
this community know what kind of the shopkeeper-the resignation of Bradenton for a month's intensive

tripe they've put in office. Your a Federal Judge and the appoint- training under instructors assignedby BOWLING

paper ought to expose this man. I ment of a successor doesn't appearas the National Red Cross, Federal
will give you all the facts. You anything to get all hot and Bureau of Investigation, National

ought to come out with a blistering bothered about, and a large portionof Safety Council, State Department of J.I .
editorial against him. It is your our population is totally unawareof Education, Attorney General's office I Is an amusement, a recreation and a health builder. -j

civic duty." the fact that such a problem and other agencies.The : Every muscle is exercised in a year around game.
The editor hears him through. "I I even exists. sound business training of 1 '
tell you what we will do," he says Politicians and politically, minded, W. F. Reid, Lakeland, appointed BOWL IN CLEWISTON AT

calmly. "You write our paper a let- I however, are all a-twitter. They director of the Safety Department, A and B
'round in circles Alleys /
ter exposing the scandal and we have been running assures the public that the business .
will be glad to publish it over your I for days, pulling wires and coat- policies insisted upon by Governor
signature." tails, writing letters, sending telegrams Cone In all departments directly Hours 2:00 p. m. tillEverybody's

A period of silence follows, dur- holding conferences and under his control will be carried
I _. _. __ _
of hens
ing which the visitor cools down carrying on like a flock out in the Safety Department. ,_- __-_' _. .'. _- -_ ;- ., _.;;, _. _,:_ _: ._ ;_ _:. ___ ..u "
I watchin' hawk do a power dive.
rapidly. He seems to shrink in size a.
until he looks like a collapsed bal- I You find them blocking the traffic ---

loon. When he speaks again it is In on street corners, in a huddleat

a different tone. lower and almost I the courthouse square. Rumor
and gossip runs riot. A lot of folks
coming to Miami .
"Why," he says, "you cannot expect who don't really know any more .
me to do that. It would get about it than Adam's off-ox will for. the biggest sale ; $

me into trouble. It would hurt me grab you by the lapel and EX- event of the '
in my business." PLAIN the situation in detail. year /

And the next day you will find These master minds and dope- "i y-1. 1 1

the brave man on the street saying sters are having a regular Roman ... .
the editor of such and such a paper Holiday. They lead you over In a. '.:.,..';!,< '1"-.''< .
hasn't -any more backbone than an corner and whisper in your ear: is

eel and doesn't care a d-n about "It's in the bag. I got it straight A'-' '
the community.-Leesburg Commercial. from Washington. Senator Andrewsis rTrURw

., gonna-do it. Then Governor Fred
will resisn and that'll make Turner 3 i.
HE IS AN AMERICANHe I.I I.Butler Governor, and he'll appoint
I Fred."
So forget about Mr. Hitler '/ ; t r
hears an airplane overhead, you 1A
and if he looks up at all he does and; Mr. Chamberlain for a minute r

so in curiosity, neither in fear nor and ponder over this startling local. CHiirii' ', -;.
in the hope of seeing a protector.His news. "Mebbe so, you say-and tJ
wife goes marketing, and her then along comes another wise guy Jl i
who informs that "Andrews is aJ r ( rnfyJ
purchases are limited by' her needs, you
her tastes, her budget, but not by out. He's over the age limit and ra litO r"IN ,
don't want it. Jim Clem- rrf ,1
decree. He comes home of an even- besides he
ing thru streets which are well ents is the boy. ''Pepper's gotta take

lighted, not dimly in blue. care ,of him-he can't do anythingelse III gflIYLAJ/

He reads his newspaper and !" i ,

knows that what it says is not con- So you bite your finger nails and Full details
cocted by a bureau, but an honest scratch your head and wonder some III IV
untrammeled effort to present the more. Then along comes somebody in Sunday,
truth. else with the REAL lowdown: Oct. 29th

He has never had a gas mask on. "Clements is out-it's positively"no
He has never been in a bombproof dice" for Jim.' Funie Steed is 4 Miami Daily

shelter. His military training, an the boy. He'll get it, you wait and News
R.; O. T. C. course in college he see-swell guy-make a good judgetoo. .
took because excused him from ." Sale lasts

the gym course, and it was not com- The next guy you meet claims he until Nov.
pulsory.He has been Father Confessor to Andrews -
belongs to such fraternal or- for years and while it's not llth.
ganizations and clubs as he wishes. for publication, of course, you can

He adheres to a political partyto go ahead and lay all your chipson nESS I. .
the extent that he desires-the John Cone of Tampa. An hour '
: l
dominant one, if that be his choice, later at the Rotary Club you learn iriiiO; : : I
but with the distinct reservationthat that Doyle Carlton is the fairhaired -

he may criticize any of its poli- boy. The Fuller Brush man tell 4tz
cies with all the vigor which his your wife that' Judge Worth Tram- pI'ow/ .
convictions dictate, even, if it be inell of Miami will be tho next Fed-
his decision, one holds that the eral Judge., Tony Pemoni, the fish "
theory of government of the countryis peddler, gives you a wink as he
wrong and should be scrapped. wraps up a slab of mullet and I

He does not believe, if his partyis says: "Whatta you tink. Mayor .
out of power, that the only way Chancey he's a gonna to boss man
in which It can come into power is United States down here pretty ,.
thru a bloody revolution.He soon-Senator Pcpnor. he's a fix."
converses with friends, even AND SO IT GOES. The more you can't to Mi ami ''
if come
\I Write Jane Grey to shop for you, you ,
with chance acquaintances, express- hear the less you know". It's: like \
ing freely his opinion on _any sub- "Who sort]; the Athcnls?" or "How
A and, glorious .... ... ___ ., _
ject without fear He does not ex high is UP? grand '4-- """" ""'" --



,,7; "Early to Bed and Early to Rise' $5,000 each by the Insurance Cor- I election'of officers for the coming' .i 1 matters to he discussed. Father.
::; .:'T .,.:: =: .. .. ,: .1-. ?'-" ., iI. .
the wanted to give. poration 120000.000 Federal
as play
year will, take place at this meetanf Flynn is Spiritual Director of this I
) I
G Government instrumentality; ..
SCHOOL NEWSEditor HumorEd Assets of these locally owned and ing several other important I active church organization.

Von Mach has discovered a I managed thrift:and home-financing .
_........_ Dick Patterson new jitterbug in the Senior' classJ. institutions totaled $16,380,400 on '. ,- .. ,, '
B. Brantley. October 1. an increase of $11,155- ... '
.... Doris
Assistant Editor Hodges 1 -
430 since O'ctober 133S. < .
Sports Editor __.. Dick Tarleton Spelling Bee Insured associations are, located .. FAMOUS NOMES_ IN H(5'roRY( .": : :;,

Assistant Sports Editor of in Bartow, Belle Glade, Dra euton.
The first of a series spelling 'j
Louise Leiter bees held this morning at. Clearwater, Clewiston, Coral Ga:
'. Society _.__._........ Marie Bobbins school was by the pupils of the sixth _!bles, Daytona Beach, DeLand, Eus
Features and Clubs, Julia Oslesby tis, Fernandina, Fort Lauderdale,
Humor ........_.___.. Ed Von Mach grade, the girls winning from Fort Myeis.\ Fort Pierce, Gainesville
terrific margin. The series =
Advisor ............_.......... Mr. Lado boys will by; a be continued through each Hollywood, Homestead, Jacksonville, I _

Monday and Friday until all grades Kissimmee, Lake City, Lake Wales,
',' -, ,:; ... .: : b-i:. -. ;:: I. :' from the sixth to the twelfth have I Lake Worth, Lakeland, Leesburg, I U IY ; r :
Marianna, Miami.\ Miami Beach I
:. \ Clubs and Features competed Wanda, Jean Shelfer spelled cor- i+ New Smyrna, Ocala, Orlando,

f' The Junior Garden Club latka, Panama City, Punta pa-I
rectly 34 words to take first placein
Four garden clubs have been or- today's contest. Mayme Johnson II St. Petersburg, Sanford, Tkt
of Tallahassee, Tampa, Tavares, Vero ome oL
ganized under the leadership with thirty was second, Ovieda I
Mrs. Vaughn, librarian for the Johnson with 28 was third and Nora : Beach, West Palm Beach, Winter "HOME SWEET
school, for the purpose of keeping I If' Oglesby with 19 was fourth.It ti:Haven, Winter Park and Pensacola. HOME"

up the garden plot south of the is probable that a match be- I owN

:: school. Each club meets once a week tween the Clewlston and LaBelle Altar Society To : L This was the'home of John YOUR
and have weekly dues of 5c. The schools will be arranged later in .. Howard
Payne, author of one HOMO .
garden clubs wish to announce that the year among the best spellers. Meet
r' they are going to give flowers to WednesdayThe of America's best loved songs ,
the hospital for the sick. Each club
member small packet of Comptroller Winning Let help achieve the '
gets a Altar Society of Saint Mar- us you security -

eeeds year.: from the flowers grown last Fight With Railroads 'garet's Wednesday Catholic afternoon Church, will November8th meet and comfort of a home of yourown :

The First Club, the fourth grade, at three o'clock'. at the homeof

meets on Wednesday. Carline Ber- Tallahassee, Oct. 19-Special- Mrs. W. D. King, and .all mem-
tier is president, Katherine Dyessis Comptroller J. M. Lee's three year bers are urged to be present. The

secretary: and Shirley TarletonIs legal battle with the railroads over
treasurer.The proper methods" assessment and Clewiston Federal Savings
second club, the fifth grade, .
tax levies against the railroads is
meets on Friday. Oliver Martinez is beginning to yield results. Checks I Business GuidesBy

ti president, Ben Bolton is secretary- recently distributed to Hendry coun- and Loan Association

and Jack Martinez is treasurer. ty under the first of a series of C. E. Johnston ,
;;' The third club, the 'sixth grade, court decrees that will govern the J ,
r r meets Monday. Wanda Shelfer is Director Business Training
f president, Wilma Tingle is secretary problems Of this total total,$2,317.24.'the board of coun- ?,Schools, I ............;.....................:.......................................................................oo.. ............... ............................................. II

;J and David Thomas is treasurer. ty commissioners received $1,077.05, International CorrespondenceSchools ....
':; The fourth club. the seventh and the school board, $1,240.19, and : I'' .:.
eighth grades. meets on Tuesday. : 'i'I .
c other units, including bond-holders, '
:) Nicky Schiffli is president, Christine none. MANY new business firms are'' I .'..:.'

l' Redish Is secretary, and Marjorie The payment is in line with the each year and their growthand
must through the
success como
, Arnett is treasurer. court's decision,following exhaustive
power of advertising. comparison ;
:' surveys, that the average ratio of of the' advertising columns of CLEWIS TON 60LF
s i. 1 Society Column assessing real :estate in Florida today's publications with those of
1 Wednesday evening, November 1 counties is 24 per cent of the full only 15 years ago shows that advertising ; -
found the sophomore class, Mr. Hall cash value instead of the 50 per has received a mighty impetus -
" and Mr. Lado in two boats heading because Americans, perhapsmore
cent once claimed, or the 33 1-3 per COURSE
". toward the Miami locks. It was the cent more recently claimed. The j than any other group in the ;
world, realize that advertising Is :
second day of cold weather and the
checks are part of payments made the shortest road to market.' '- :
cold spray felt good on their faces. by the three main trunk lines total- ; -, .:, .' ; ': :,1' : ::
The armed to the teeth with _- ./ ,
, crew : ,
l which already : ,
ing $1,000,385.29, Because advertising men must ,-- .. '.'
. hot dogs and such, landed on the third which understand
approximates the one how to study people, .
dike and after a grand time had a the railroads have been_ offering as merchandise and marketing, they ::

,.' moonlight ride home.IntraMural compromises, while there remain must be properly trained. Successful ;i' I ..t._.

two branches o'f' the litigation stillto advertising requires something ., .!.
Sports more than mere literary ability on .'.
be decided in the courts which
A touch football in the the part of the creator. A'few years .t.
game jun-
should yield the counties consider- ago the chief qualification of the. .
: ior high was the only activity in able additional payments, when the I advertising man was the ability to i-l
f. this week's intra-mural sport pro- cases are decided. write more or less "cleverly". : .. Open to the PublicS !
The senior not
gram. game was Comptroller Lee has declined to .,
, 'e; played this week because of< tho compromise or adjust the railroad The business man who spends )
rain Monday.All taxes-in line with his consistent his money,in advertising today demands .:'.
of the scoring in the game policy against tax adjustments that the man who directs ;., !
came in the last period. The first and is demanding that the courts the spending of his money be thor ;;.
oughly grounded in the principles ._,
3 with but
quarters were played
settle the entire question of illegal of advertising practice. In other 'i..
little action, ,neither team made ;
, a assessments and levies on a basisof .-.e1 .t.
.' serious threat.In 'words, the advertising representative s. ....--- :
the law.Valuable. must obtain systematic train-
the last quarter Team 3 seem- assistance has been ren- Ing in his field of work quite as _: !
ed Jo.be headed for a victory when dered the State's case by the coun-. much as the civil, the electrical'or ;_ ; '

Jimmie Davis caught Jack Waters ties themselves, many of whom any other engineer or technical Moderate Gree.i Fees -: i
J ,worker. .:
behind his goal line for a safety.
Allen as, special counsel to join the i .
Not more than two minutes later Attorney General's staff in the The world will ._:
Y not beat a path Exceptional Fairways *
John Robbins El-
trapped Jimmy
, Keen &
, banded together to employ to your doorstep today merely be-
:, more behind his goal for another fight. cause you build the best mousetrap, .? Interesting Greens =;.
safety to make the score 4-0. but the chances are that a goodly ,
:, Their happiness was short lived ST. MARGARET'S CATHOLIC number of persons will find the way .:.
:; ", Jimmy when with Elmore 30 threw seconds a 25 to yard :play pass CHURCH to services your doorstep or product to if purchase you advertise your II' ,.-..-...-....-.....-..-......................................:.................,....-.......'..'...'.................,.........................'oo'.'. ..-.......................
Rev. Lawrence J. Flynn, Pastor
well In the right media.
to E. J. Bussell for a touchdown.
f: Jack Waters' attempt for the extra Mass each Sunday morning at .

point failed and the game ended 8 o'clock, excepting the last Sun- ',-
<,( with Team 2 on the winning end of day of the month when the time is
'" a 6-4 score. The lineup for Team 10:30. HilLS ?
i;: 3 at ends-Junior Keller, Guy El- Confessions are heard every Sat-

kin; Center, Lawrence Guthrie; urday evening from 7:30 until 8:30

J Left Half, Thomas Liles; Right and before_ all, the Masses. ,

-T half, Jimmie Davis; Quarter hackS : Week-day Mass every morning at 1 2XLu 2
: John Robbins. For Team 2. Ends, 8:00 o'clock. -a

,,; E. J. Bussell, Quentin Smith; Center Devotions in honor of Our Ladyof

Bobby Broadfoot; Left Half, Perpetual Help are conducted

, Phillip McLeod; Right Half. Jack Friday evenings at 8 o'clock, for-
:Waters; Quarterback, Jimmy El- lowed by Benediction of the ,Most
more. Blessed Sacrament.
Religious Instruction Class for

-.. Freshman-Sophomore Program children Saturday morning at nine
:,re ."- Nov. 3, 1939 here in Clewiston, and after Sunday
:' Bible Reading and Lord's Prayer- Mass in Pahokee.

J :': Betty Berg.; The Mass schedule of Pahokee is
a ', Song by audience (God Bless 10:30 every Sunday, excepting the
America) ............ Audience Stand last Sunday of the month, when

,;.- Introduction to program-Junior Mass is at eight o'clock. The pub-
Waters lic, regardless of religious belief,
: All because of a coach (Apple skit) is always welcome in this church. I

r t Slonaker. Davis, Hooker

Freshman Song ................ Freshics
Federal Savings Loans
;;- Brain Tester by Prof. Wattasnoopte

Letter ................ Bernard Leiter
. Sophomore Song, ...........?....... Sophs Are On Increase :. ''
k How many sides are ther to a '
situation (European Situation) Washington, Nov. 1-New home 1} : :

Carlton Prevatt loans totalling 3,511 and amountingto ) r ...." ,

Star Spangled Banner _.... Audience $11,651,649 were made by the
49 insured savings and loan asso- .; .\ ;.
Spanish Club ciations In Florida during the first c ,-
rR The members of the Spanish Club three quarters of 1939, it was an' 1
held their regular meeting Tuesday nounced .
today by Nugent Fallen '
: "
morning at which time the Spanish General Manager of" the Federal ( 0 '
song was sung and the minutes of Savings and Loan Insurance Corpo- \ '
the last meeting were read. The ration. These figures compare with
remainder of the time was spent 2,183 loans amounting to 7927.502
y reviewing plays and "The Haunted in the same period of 1938
School House" was selected. Florida people placed $985,409in
new savings in these institutions
: Debate and Dramatics Club la September making a total of i\ p SUIf e soll"e LUBRICATES UPPER CYLINDER and VALVES
At the meeting of the debate and $27,390,230 invested in them as of ( 'NAt
dramatics club Thursday morning October 1. The savings of 32,546 Corr Wl lt tto INCREASES POWER SAVES WEAR .
.3r third act of two plays was read and investors in these 49 associations

\ J the -members. chose by popular. vote. are protected: against loss up'to.. -- n .- _' -





'-' \ CLEWISl'ONl ..

iMUti l SIX I
./ missioned. The patrol work will Is Your Subscription Paid?

FR. FLYNNSPEAKSON 1940 Chevrolets Make Their Bow I. start Two on candidates December were 2. chosen from I:)

this section of the state: Homer
Klay of Fort .Myers and Reid Clif- kncwhoweo
GAMBLING AT \)0 you :
C ',,. 4fr ton of Pahokee. tou'


South Clewiston ,

Father Lawrence-J. Flynn of :r ,: Fr K 3R bufbutld or

Services Every Sunday:
Catholic .
militant young a
the Arcadia and Sunday school at 0:45.Morning rcf nanc.e
!'r.est: who served worship at 11 .a. m.
five it"
rdjacent charges for Young Peoples meeting,' 6 p. m.I I home
courageous stand in Rev. M. M. Dudley, director.. ;
;-<:ars, took a 1
: rsard to gambling In an address Evangelistic services, 7:30 p. m. Quiz plan
1'st Friday noon before the Ar- Tuesday evening service 7:30 p.
/dia Kiwanis club at its weekly; m.
< :
ncheon. Father Flynn was chargeof intro- Friday evening service 7:30: p. FULL DETAILS GIVEN... '
M. Noland, m.
'lced by W.
( the program for the day. .c.,4 The public is cordially invited to WITH NO OBLIGATION

assailed attend all services.
Father Flynn .
general but more particularly M.' M. DUDLEY, pastor.Is .
J ypocrisy in Buying a home
the huian -
practice as it of pertained gambling.to Often Your Subscription Paid?, 'I of your own is I ,

people will vigorously condemn one the finest type

type of gambling, he said while ofthIUtClew.iston
accept and indulge in other +
they '
question.. Even
forms without Federal
the'opera .
many of those whd flay .

tion of the race tracks in Florida eageras as; l II! --- r .. Savings and LoanAssociation
legalized by the state areas ;6: {y4;
their counties get
anyone to see '
full share of the receipts when the

racing tax fund is being distributedhe

declared. A
The speaker intimated that con I .

sistency in such matters as this was
exceedingly rare in the human fam
recalled that in the days
ily, and

of prohibition there was much in their hy- ......-- __ _no ......m
the people ..
pocricy among toward that highly contro- Three series of passenger cars, re-designed In the new "Royal Clipper"
attitude styling, and embodying numerous mechanical Improvements to assure
versial subject. safety and comfort as well as finer performance, comprise Chevro
Father Flynn declared that he greater let's new line for 1940, Introduced today. All series are much larger, over-
did not defend wholesale gambling, all length being Increased 4%Inches. The new exclusive vacuum power shift i
expressed a much more lib (lower left) Is now regular equipment on all models of all series at no extra
but he this form of cost. Special De Luxe series, the Sport Sedan of which Is shown at center,
eral attitude toward the has a new T-spoke steering wheel with horn-blowing ring (upper right).
chance than is common Lower right, the 1940 Chevrolet six-cylinder valve-ln-head engine, which has
clergy. He said the Catholic churchis been Improved for smoother, quieter operation, and extremely long life.
often accused of condoning .
gambling, which is not 'correct, although 9 JI1 % ,
it does endeavor to draw a month, their salary costs being by the impression of his ring upon 41i1 When it rains,the patented deep emergency
line between forms of gambling shared by the livestock sanitary wax, is still very clear and legible. drain channel carries off seepage water in- .
distinctly harmful and the Federal Bureau of The document is dated December stantly and keeps the roof weather-tight
which are board and
1858. and leak-proof. Only genuine Super Chan-
forms which are not. Animal Industry. neldrain has the patented construction.

Amplifying this statement the Glades county's tick infested area Only Super Channeldrain Roofing gives
speaker said anyone who used for has been cleaned out by a rigid dip- Highway Patrol At / you the extra long life of COP.R.LOY-
gambling purposes money which he ping program for the cattle and Wheeling's famous rust-resisting copper
should use to provide the needs of the killing of a few deer last year. Long Last To 'Start alloy. Super Channeldrain is also easy to
obligations lay. We supply all needed accessories:
his family or to meet financial Other counties have been successfully -
which should be devoted leaving the
or treated in this way
to other essential purposeswas Collier county reserve as the worst Thirty-four men have been selected :
committing a sin. However, spot remaining in the state. from almost 4,000 applicants for =ROYAL :LUMBER COMPANY

if after taking care of all his obligations Avant Brown of Lakeport has the position of road patrolman on :

he still had money with been employed as one of the paid Florida highways and these thirty- PHONE 88 .\

which to take a chance in which he hunters and is the only one so four men will report on November Prices Competitive

might win, the Catholic church far as is known, from this county. 6 at Bradenton to attend a train-
does not forbid him. He said he ing school which will continue' until

could see nothing morally wrong thirty of the thirty-four are com. ........ ."--- :.
with such action. Choir Starts Practice
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Attention was called by the -. N ... .... .... .. :..:..:..:":":.:..:..: ::N:N.i..:..:..:N:NN:N: N N)
Xmas MassThe N N N: :N:
For ; ; -1 ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ;
speaker to the annual outcry that ::::"; ;::;NN;:; ;N; ; ; ;.;NNNN; ; ; ; ? ; ; ;.tt.t..t.-N N; ; ; ; ;N;" N ":":":": ..:..:"NIi NNNti 11N:::Nr ..:..
is made against gambling in the .} y.t"t. .
of it Y' ...?.
Miami area, but the hypocrisy .
the fact that Choir of Saint Margaret's ...... '
disclosed by
all was .. : I
the hullabaloo was never made until Catholic Church last night began : :'t.: :::::i:
I ::
after the tourist season was over practice in preparation for Christ- i ;. ENJOYAN ..i..l.'t..t" .
and the gamblers had gone back mas. Rev. Father Lawrence J. Flynn : :

north. of the churcli, announced I
pastor '
that it was a physical :j ; ;,.
Declaring that practice will be held every Fri- .:/:
impossibility to legislate morals in- the regular even- ALL ELECTRIC
day evening after !
Father Flynn referredto 3' ; ., !J ,
to humanity. ing devotions from now until the l :: ::
the prohibition fiasco as convincing -. week before Christmas. The "Massof E'f 't'.:.

that proof the ,nation and declared would be his morally belief the the official Angels"Mass has, been together assignedas witha ::!":::;':' \."..., :'' ..- H :' :;::!:

forms of gamblingwere ...... ,- .:::i:
benefited more specially prepared program of :::;: -v' ) :
and ,operated under ...... '
legalized .
music. The .
Christmas hymns and
.. i A" .
.. "
restrictions.He : : .t. J .- .
reasonable and proper complete program will be announced .:..i. :IY
held no hope of achieving 100 in due time. .....

per cent morality under believed such this a Mrs. Benjamin Bourne is Church :*g IP Electricity is the modern servant; a servant that :::!_:
said he
plan, but Organist, and she and Father Flynn
would be choosing the lesser of directors of the choir. :!:::: takes care of both the work and the pleasures of the :::!:

two evils. In other words that it Members of the choir are Mrs. ::
efficiently :!:
would be the wisest plan to recog- Harry T. Vaughn, Mrs. Jess F. Tip- :I::::.:. home and one. that will do everything quickly, .;...:.

nize the ,inability to prevent gamb- pey, Mrs. P. C. Tarleton, Mrs. EliasH. ::'i'.; I .and economically. :i:.::
ling and endeavor to control and Holstine, and the Misses Margaret '.:t: .r.::.
direct it and keep it within bounds.. Von Mach, Julia Oglesby. :
Father Flynn said he realized Eleanor Flynn, Catherine Comiskey, :=U: @ One penny will toast 26 crunchy slices of toast, or :f:.

that many people would not agree Sue Von Mach, Millie Bourne, and two hours of safe reading light or operate :i:::
with him in his stand on gambling, Nora Oglesby. Also the Messrs. Oli- :!::: give .your eyes

but that he sincerely believed that ver and Kettl. Mrs. John Higgins is ::::y;: your radio for most of a day-and-ELECTRICITY is X::!:'

better results would be obtained violinist, and Miss Julia Oglesby as- of it that :::!:
if the question were approached sistant organist. All members are :;:;:;: one thing that gets cheaper the more you use. .t...

frankly and divested of the mist of urged to be present at every re- .t.. .:.. 't" s.
rounded hypocrisy it.which-Arcadian.has always sur- hearsal. :::: ijp That is why ,it is so easy to have and enjoy a home :ii:::

CATHOLIC CHURCH PRESENTED :!::: that is all electric and modern. :!:_:;:

Paid ,Hunters, .Start WITH INTERESTING DOCUMENT\ x 'tit :'..i'y

Work At ,Collier Saint Margaret's Catholic Church ....:. ':.t.t:.'i'..
is in possession of a very interesting .;. :
document which was given to Rev :;::: ELECTRICITY.IS. YOUR.CHEAPEST SERVANT .. .:i::
: :
Sportsmen had their last oppor- Father Lawrence J. Flynn by Mr. H*
't''s' .
to kill deer in the big Collier .*:*..YII.
tunity M. E. Von Mach a couple of weeks : .'s'
county game preserve on Tuesdayand ago. It is interesting for .several .s.
:::: USE IT '
on Wednesday paid hunters be- reasons. First, it is a grant of In :; '
gan their work of killing out the I dulgence written in long-hand, 't" V YII.M rlA

deer in this area in the fight to probably by the secretary of the A
eliminate the cattle fever tick said late Pope Pius Ninth who reigned
to be .carried by the deer. Sports- :: i .*.:>
; as head of the Catholic Church from ; :: ;
men are said to have killed about 1846 until 1878. Very few Papal y .
1500 deer in the area since it was I documents are written in long-hand y y
opened on July 1 after the state I Second the signature 'at the bottom Yvl
legislature had enacted a law giv- of the Document is vouched for

ing the State Livestock Sanitary upon good authority as being the !I'

board the'deer the right in the-fight to rid .this against.sectionof the personal the late Pope signature Pius of Ninth.His. This Holiness personal -,, l_\: :.GI3des ,Power and light Co. A

cattle ,tlck. signature is also unusual and .tA. .t..:.
It is said that the sportsmen = A
are rare, since most documents from
bciRg kept out of the area at this the Popes are signed by their Papal '.:'..i. .:...t.
time because thefall dry period I[-secretaries, .with! of course the approbation ,. .. :

makes greater fire danger. The paid of the Popes. Third, It...........'.."............ ...., .:"":"': :41.M.N...:..:..:.::;:...:.: w..:..... .....:.. ....:.;..." '_.:"':"':':'.:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..=-..:-::-.......;...;...,............::::
: :
.yltiw .. .... ..... ..
.. .. .. .
,3 p' ters"will receive $80f'0,0; '" perT .t?e p'1l1' of Pope Pius t ;Ninth--mad: ? .:..x..x.'x..x; ; ; ; ; ;; ',-. -,-*; '!' "' t"' ;";-'r-x : ; ':-w; ; ; ; ;-;:": ;-; *'"; ;-:-; ; ;-: ; ; ; >-Irl'; :..;.;.; J i'

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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER_0,_ 1N IJ__ 1Li __" _. .tkB fJOl'll !v8____ ... .__ PAQfi BiSVBtfc
-'. .. .
J Rev. Father Lawrence J. Flynn, mon by Pastor. Christ"_ .... ... FOR MODERN PLUMBING
,. I I
'w. -' to
) I, pastor of Saint Margaret's Catholic. Sunbeams meet ch'u'rch''KI' 'I d :' ': 'Chrfsfian' Endeavor meets' on u '. .' '; 7: ?; e' '''' .\)-

: Church,_ went over to Arcadia last i 3:30 p. m. Mrs. Herman Davis in Mondays at 7:30 p.' m., Kathryn '
W. I
l Personals ] Friday 'to address the Kiwanis Club i
charge. Graham, leader: '
Li there. While in Arcadia he visited I' Cottage prayer meeting! Tuesday i i *" Plumbing and Heating
former parishioners? and friends.!!!
9:00 a. m. with Mrs. McLeroy. Jichult Apartment

Teachers and S. S. officers meet- ClevrNton, Florida
Mrs. J. G. Niblack was a business MRS JOHNSON'S CLASS Johnson's Fish CampNear
HAS HALLOWE'EN PARTY ing Wednesday p. m. Dodgein .
visitor in West Palm Beach Friday. charge.

'- Mrs. Carl Johnson's class in the Girls Auxiliary meets Thurs, ( Hurricane Gate) J.M. COUSECounselor ,.
A. R. Broadfoot is a business vIs- Clewiston, Fla.
Community Sunday School enjoyeda day 3:30 p. m. Juniors with Mrs.
',' itor in Jacksonville this week. Hallowe'en party FrIday evening Arch Hodges and the Intermediatesat Boats and Mot"'s-Guide Service and Attorney at Law

at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Keath- the church. Rates Reasonable Hopkins Building

Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Watson visit- ley Bowden. There are some special meetingsthat ,, H. Johnson, Mgr.: Wednesdays and Saturdays

ed recently in LaBelle.R. The children came in costume we are announcing to the pub- 0:30 to 4:00
who lic. Sunday at 3:00 p. m. Is monthly I
: and were greeted by a "ghost"
A. Ballard spent the week- escorted them to the porch where deacons meeting at the churchall

end at his home in Lakeland. I the party was in progress. Bobbingfor our deacons 'are urged to be

Frank L. Hudson_ of Orlando I I 1 occupied apples the and children's other amusements time. present.The first annual meeting of the

Palm ,Lake Association meets at the I I Iy
;. :', spent several days here on business Refreshments of cookies, punch jI NOTICE
First Baptist Church of Belle Glade 1
this week. and candy were served by Mrs.
r Nov. 8-10. The church will appoint
I I ,
Johnson to Bobby Derner, Bub
: ,
messengers but the public Is invitedto .y
Mr. and Mrs. Foy Durrence were Mills, Bobby Smith, Alfred. Dodge, *
attend all our sessions. Our
Roy Hatch, Carol Augur. Bevoly f. NEW 1
visitors in Belle Glade Sunday even- women will have charge of the pro- ARRIVALS
Flaniken, Skippy Cothern, Joe
ing. gram, beginning Nov. 8 at 7:30
p. y
Schroeder, Bob Hanna, Billy Toulis, V
'I m. and will finish soon after noon
Charles and Rachel Miner, Vollney V |
.: Rev. and Mrs.' Kent Pendleton Nov. 9 and then the general asso-
Robbins Anne
Prewitt, Richard
spent Monday and Tuesday in Fort ciation :will be In pro'gress for the f
Knight, Shirley Benbow. Jimmy

Mjers. Johnson, Kay and Paul Bowden. rest Sunday.of the Nov.time.5 after our regular :;: Ladies Coats and Suits :I:

Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Cuttino were LADIES AID SOCIETY evening services, the church will .h:. | '
MEETS ,AT CHURCHThe hold its regular monthly business
business visitors Fort Myers Sat-
in meeting, at which time our annual SWEATERS !

urday. Ladles Aid Society met at letter to the association to be read.If .

the Community Church yesterday you are in doubt of what we as h

Mrs. H. A. Bestor and Richard afternoon wtih ,Mrs. J. H. Doty and a church have done during the last FOR ENTIRE FAMILY *,

Bestor were visitors in Miami yes Mrs. Joseph Robbins as hostesses.The year come to this meeting' and hear y y
r. how greatly the Lord has blessedus.
terday. program was arranged and s

presented by Mrs. J. G. Niblack. BLANKETS I
to W. F. Simpson left Wednesday The chief business discussion centered Due to the fact that our association : _
will be in session and the : I
evening for a business trip to Jack- around the annual bazaar y

sonville. given by the Society. It was decided pastor will will be impossible be expected for to him attendit to :i: ALL PRICES, SIZES, COLORS ::
that the bazaar should be heldon I
attend the mid-week prayer meet-
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Hutchinson of December 2nd.

Miami Beach are at the Clewiston Sandwiches, cookies and hot tea ing.
served the hostesses to I;;
Inn for a few days this week. were COMMUNITY CHURCH l !
iy i-
I Mrs. R. N. Smith., Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, Services Sunday October 22 PARKINSON'S INC.
Mrs. E. T. Hurst, Mrs. J. H. Morrison -
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Kelly and Mr. Rev. Kent Pendleton, supply pastor
Kent Pendleton Mrs.
Mrs. ,
, and Mrs. T. B. Shelley are spending' Vi
i. this week-end in Miami. Martha Ludekins, Mrs. A. H. King, Bible school meets at 9:45 a. m. :i: CLEWISTON FLOIRDA :i=
Mrs. 'I. M. Pafford, Mrs. W. F. B.. C. Flaniken, superintendent. ,

Mrs. E. M. Cornette and Miss Simpson, Mrs. Foy Durrence, Mrs. Worship hour is at 11:00 a. m. .!. '.."
-< -- --
Edythe Nell Cornette were visitors W. H. Lanier, Mrs. I. D. Leydig, The sermon theme is "The Law of -- .. -. -- ;0' -.
Mrs. H. R. Hall. Mrs. O. A. Jones,
In West Palm Beach yesterday.R. .
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Mrs. Paul Myers, Mrs. R. M. Hare,

Sr., Mrs. G. R. Hatch, Mrs. J. G. '"": ":":"X"X"XMX": ; ;":":"Xj ; ; ; "'; ; ; ";"; ":";";";":";";";";";"" :" : : ":": .'-
E. Kurtz and R. B. Bowdenof : : : : : ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; : ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ;..;. .. .. .. ..... .. .:. .. .. ; ; ;
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Niblack, Mrs Wallace Arey, Miss 'V "S VVVVVV!"!"!''V!''!''!''!''!''!''!"!''!''1''I''!''!''!''! !j*X X X X XMX X"XMX X X'MXXX C"XMX"XXX* MXMXXtvA
Fort Myers are spending a few ....
Evelyn Bell, Mrs. W. C. Owen and .
days in Clewiston on business. I
Mrs. J. J. Graham. :
$ YY
Miss Christine Bell of West Palm s. xy

Beach spent the week-end here with INFORMAL RECEPTION HELD i8f -. '. .. :::"i...
Mrs. I. S. Bell. :
Mr .and
her parents.
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; .' :i ANNOUNCINGx.t; :

t Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Cruze of Miami ', informal reception given at : i ;
, Y the First Church last .. t '
,f were business visitors in Clew- Baptist' night n > : :
; (, honored the Rev. H.
new pastor :
iston Saturday and Sunday. \ .. '. .... ... '
1 J I G. McLeroy ,and Mrs. McLeroy. ':"':'. .,r-: '.- ,, -A ,

Mr and Mrs. Roy Alston and i About 70 members and friends of :::::: : : .\ ,:'j MI:;:::

children relatives in spent Moore Hallowe'en Haven. with :'the pastor church and called to enjoy to meet the informal the new :;::::!:: ",:" 'J.' !''.'I ,.:\,-.. New, Suite oi OfficesIn .>:"/i.. ::__:::

program planned.A. I: :i: .<... :'/. -: :; i:
W. acted master of ;
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Myers of Dodge as :'

:..,, Jacksonville are business visitors in ceremony and directed group sing- ***:A._ 'y The Hopkins: Building :i:::

Clewiston this week. ing of old-fashioned songs. A few ....
musical numbers including, "Sweet h

': Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Pelton of and Low" sung by Mrs. Clarence ** : Offering You More Commodious Accommodations. And :l; ;:

Miami are spending a few days in Krueger, a duet, "Neath the Old ...OtII .....

Clewiston on business. Olive Tree" sung by Mrs. Herman :;::;: Greatly Increased Facilities For The Transaction of AllDetails ::::
Davis and Miss Doris Hodges, and a

M. D. Bledsoe was called to Tif- solo, "The Old Refrain" by Mrs. I
of Home Building.A ;
Herman Davis added to the ::::
,- ton, Ga., this week by the critical' pro- M: :
illness of a sister, who was later gram. Several guessing games were
I" be also enjoyed. :i: : COMPLETE SERVICE hY :
reported to improving.Mrs. .. :.
.. .
Hot chocolate, sandwiches and *:. ." "!'",'-{,. ._.. ....., .l..'_\".:! ;/. <: :
Lt" .... ... ., ::0:
A. V. Ellington and young wafers were served by the hostess B; ; ?
::: ; .I):
daughter of High Point, North Caro- committee. ,
: -0: :", >i< ')," ; ;
lina, have taken an apartment at ,Among those attending were Rev. ; !!/ :_::: ;;' ;" .. .-,.... -: "' "::.;.;:, i: :

", the Clewiston Inn for the winter. I and Mrs. H. G. McLeroy, Mr. and i:::: r! '.:'.". "' J. E. BEARD'SLEY H: :
Mrs. M. C. Vowell, Mr. and Mrs. B. C ,
Mr. and Mrs. W..B. Duvall of E. Herring, Mr. and Mrs. Arch Hod- !. *_;?. .Ji':. ..' -
',' Atlanta returned to their home ges. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Dodge, Mr. I..;:.:: 5 ',1 : REAL ESTATE PROPERTY tt

Monday after spending several days and Mrs. A. H. King, Mr. and Mrs. .:..e.}.. :;.J',:'. ::>%::

,.,;- in Clewiston on business. Herman Davis, Mrs. Glen Etherton, :. t. t. '. .'

Mrs. H. E. Post, Mr. and Mrs. G. i,. ', ,' H. DOTY _.r. l:::i:
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Small vis- : : J. ','
E. Wenzloff, Mr. and Mrs. E. E. : ;
ited relatives in LaBelle Sunday. Kelly, Mrs. C. K. Krueger, Mrs. A. r- &

Their son, Howard, remained for R. Broadfoot, Mrs H. E. Walker, IIi':; *:::' ARCHITECTURAL CONSULTANT PLANS ; _:
'. the week with his grandmother. Mrs M. C. Doke, Mrs. R. J. Blount. :: .

; Mrs. H. E. Robinson, Mrs. Floyd :::: :: ; :. :gYY:::;:
Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Arey spent Hanna, Don Miller, Pete Williams, \ W
Sunday in Okeechobee visiting Mrs. Mrs. C. Nelson, Mrs. C. W. Sim- :::: t--, I, C. E. ROBBINS :::::_:

Arey's parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Mons, Mrs. W. H. Warren, Miss i ;:.-_'' ;: .Yx.YY...

'! Zander. I Lois Prince, Mrs. W. R. Broaderick, :.. .t..r.
I .; **
Alton Jones. Barbara Broadfoot, ;/: ;. CONTRACTOR. CONSTRUCTION Y.:.
Hal T. Frierson spent the week- I Betsy Springer, Marilyn Davis,'Doris ? :

end in Fort Myers visiting his bro- Simmons, Jo Ann Walker, Miss Mae ;xYl! ..:",.' XA3S
ther-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Lily Stone, Miss Adrienne Shuler, |:::l i: ?j, .:;:..:!..:
Oliver M. Sciple. I I /. C. E. MINER ....
Wesley Powell, Mutt Waldron, Mrs. .!!:!. i' ; ;
1 H. E. Trice, Mamie Trice, Mr. and A ,
.:..:. .
Mrs. Ruth B. Owen of Okeechobee I Mrs. E. L. Hayes. Mrs. Clyde Baker 1 '
; .
arrived yesterday to reside in Clew- and Mrs. M. A. Thomas. .:i:$: INSURANCE ..
iston. Mrs. Owen is opening a dress 4II : .t

and lingerie shop in Turner's Beauty

Shop. llllrnlm l mlill rh mlmmm mm IIr.. ::;:t: F.. H. A. FINANCING THROUGH :: 1::::

WITH THE : : S :;::
t Prof. R. W. Turk attended a district II :
l meeting of school principals @ R. C. WILSON ,

I held in Tort Myers under the direc- ChurchesPIKST .

t t-,. tion of the state superintendent, COMPANY : :::
S Colin English. Wednesday. ml llimmml] W I mm !rl ii II

Miss Isabel McNabb, who has BAPTIST CHURCH
; ** been in the Clewiston sub-office of "The Friendly Church"

<'t :\:.'. ... U.returned S. Engineers this week for the to Jacksonville past month, Rev. H. G. McLeroy, Pastor i HOPKINS BUILDING S : :i::

office. Sunday School 9:45 every SundayB. .
E. Herring. Supt. Second Floor : :
M: Phone 366 : .
Mrs. A. B. Hunt and Mrs. J. B. Morning Worship at 11 a.m. in. : : *
} t' *
Baigrie of LaBelle spent a few days charge of pastor. H. G. McLeroy. .ry... \ =
5':, here recently with Mr. and Mrs. B. Evening services B. T. U. 6:15. J.'fi 1yy.
'P E. Herring. The party motored to I Groups for all. Arch Hodges di-

Lake Wales for an overnight stayduring rector. f.. ... .... %.Mv, ,%.,%.wAA,.v/wwx .....:. ............;.... ;.........;..; ............ .NN. ..." .M.!M .!.
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visit Evening N N N N.N.N. N.N. .N. =".,1).NN. ); .M.N: .N. ; : *.":. ;<< ;
their here. .. I I Preaching at 7:30t Sor .:N-MN ;::.:M:..:w:N: x M N: N:N M:4.x: N N N:M:N N:N N N:N N:N1 ;N N: ;N N: N:N:N N: J r



What's in a Name?
C. I
TN CHINA, the more distin-.

Al guished a man is, the shorter -

DIM LANTERN is his title. One might won \
The der how Mr. Burionagonatotorecagageazcoecha -

(it's his real

surname, believe it or not)
would rate in that far-off land.

But then Mr. Burionagonato-

TEMPLE BAILEY tore-etc., etc., is not a China-
I By man, but a Spaniard of Madrid.
Wonder what he was called for

Mr. Konstantinow Georgin

I Kallochrictianakis, a Greek immigrant -

rack of clouds. As they came to the fragile old-fashioned things that had known Baldy's mood. The tempest- of Spokane, Wash.,
CHAPTER %Continued fashion. had. the chalk-white face. found the burden unbearable, so
lake the waves writhed like mad become a new They gray eyes,
-17- sea-monsters in gold and white and forget-me-nots on them and hearts "But don't you like it, Baldy?" he recently obtained permission
"1 know" said Jane thoughtfully.if that black. with golden arrows, and fat pink "Like it? Oh, read that note. Doesit to-change his name to Gus Elf.
"Bob, do they think Judy'slife I "Jane," Frederick asked softly, cupids. sound like Jane? I ask you, doesit Well, that lightens the load considerably -

specialist comes it will save "what made you wear-my rose?" Evans found it hard to choose. sound like Jane?" .

?" last chance ,! She sat very still beside him. "Mr. He stood before them, smiling. And It did not sound in the least like

"It might." It-it's the Towne," she said at last, "tell me he could see Jane smile as she read Jane.: Not"the Jane that Evans and

Janey. hugged her knees. uCan't how much-you love me." the enchanting verse of the one he Baldy knew. Knit Practical Blouse

Janey the money?" He gave a start of surprise. Then finally selected: "Baldy, dear. Mr. Towne will tell

you borrow borrowed to the limit he turned towards her and took her you all about it. I am going to mary -. Over One Week-End
"I have up "Roses red dear
his. "Let tell this! my ,
and how can I hand me you : him as soon as Judy is better.
of securities And violets blueHoney's -
my there never was a dearer woman. I[ know you will be surprised, but
ever pay? that I have all that I sweet, my dear,
"We will Everything Mr. Towne is just wonderful, and it
Her voice was the thing now is to am, is yours if you will have it." And so are you. will be such" a good thing for all of

manage to"pay; There was a fine dignity in his As he walked up F Street to his us. Mr. Towne will tell you how fa.I ,
save"Yes," he tried, pitifully, to meet avowaL She liked him more than office, his heart was ,light. It was dreadfully ill Judy is. He wants to

her courage. "If they'll get the ever. one of the lovely days that, hint of everything for her, and that will

specialist, we'll pay." "Do you love me enough"-she spring. Old Washingtonians know be such a help to Bob.
hurried over the words, "to help "And will live happy ever
She had risen. "I'll call up Mr. that such weather does not last- so we
and tell him I can't dine me?" that March winds must blow, and, after. Oh, you blessed boy, you
Towne him., "Yes." He drew her gently to- storms must come. But they grasp know how I love you. Send a wire,

with"But Jan there's no reason wards him. There was no struggle.She the joy of the moment-masquerade and say that it is all right. Tell 11 '
shouldn't keep your en- lay quietly against his arm, but in carnival spirit-buy flowers from Evans and Mrs. Follette. They are
why you he was aware"that she trembled."Mr. the men at the street corners- my dearest friends and will alwaysbe.

gagement.She had turned on him with a Towne, Judy must have a ; sweep into their favorite confectioner's ." i1
touch of indignation. "Do you thinkI great specialist right away. It's her to order cool drinks, the wom- She signed herself: ,.f t
If will send for than ever L:.. /1J4; /?"% "
could have one happy moment only chance. you en seek their milliner's and come "Loving you more /
with'my mind on Judy?" him tonight, make yourself responsible forth bonneted in spring beautythemen "Jane." 't.. ; '. /fi54' l

Bob had looked at her, and then for-everything-I'll marry you drive to the links-and look" Mrs. Follette looked up from the ,..
looked away. "Have you thought whenever you say. things over. letter, took off her reading glasses, x : ui Y3
He stared down at her unbeliev- And clients Not but "I think it is :
that you might get the money from came. many, and said. complacently. )
Towne?" ing. "Do you mean it, Jane?" enough to point the way to success. very nice for her." The dear lady .

Her startled gaze had questionedhim. "Yes. Oh, do you think I am He had sold more of the old books. quite basked in the thought of her

"Get money from Mr. dreadful?" His'mother's milk farm was becom- intimate friendship with the fianceeof

Towne?" He laughed exultantly, caught her ing a fashionable fad. Frederick Towne. :.,.

"Yes. Oh, why not, Janey? He'll up to him. "Dreadful? You're the Edith Towne had helped to bring ,I But the two men did not bask.
do anything for you." dearest-ever, Jane." Mrs. Follette's wares before her "Nice, for Jane?" they threw the

"But how could I pay him?" Yet as he felt her fluttering heart, friends. At all ,hours of the day sentences at her.

'; There had been dead silence, then he released her gently. Her eyes they drove out,.Edith with them. "It "0h, can't you see why she has -

Bob said, "Well, he's in love with were full of tears. He touched her is such an adorable place," she told done it?" Baldy demanded. He Pattern 6478
I Evans, "and your mother! Isn't caught the note, pointing an accusing -
you, isn't he? wet cheek. "Don't let me frightenyou up For that college girl's ward-
she absolutely herself? Selling milk he read certain
"You mean that I canmarryhim my dear. But I am very hap- finger as robe! You knit this blouse
?" with that empress air of hers. I phrases. "It will be such a good
py. week-end'-it's done
"Yes. Why not? Judy says he's She believed herself happy. He simply love her." thing for all of us he wants to over needles a with that on

crazy about you. And, Jane, it's was really-irresistible. A conquer- Edith had planned to have dinner do everything for her it will hI huge wool that's heavier than popularsoft
foolish to throw away such a chance. with them tonight. Evans took an such a help to Bob ."
Not every girl has it." early train to Sherwood. When he "Doesn't that show," Baldy Demanded dlewick. The trimming-easy em-

"But, Bob I'm not-in love with reached home Edith and his mother furiously, "she's doing it be- broidery in two colors. Pattern
him." were on the porch and the Townecar cause Judy and Bob are hard up 6478 contains directions for blouse 1
stood before the gate. I know Jane." and a plain skirt in sizes 12-14;'
"You'll learn to care-He's a de- and Towne can help- and'
lightful chap, I'd say." Bob was "I've got to go back,", Edith ex- "I don't see why you should object and 16-18; illustration of it

eager. "Now look here, Janey, I'm plained. "Uncle Fred came in from ," Mrs. Follette was saying; "it stitches; materials needed.To 'send. 15

talking to you like a Dutch uncle.It kin Chicago an hour or two ago and ,will be a fine thing for her. She obtain this pattern
isn't as if I were advising you telephoned that he must see me." will be Mrs. Frederick Towne!" cents in coins to The Sewing Circle

to do it for our sakes. It is for "Baldy will be broken-hearted," "I'd rather have her Jane Barnes Household Arts Dept., 259 W.

your own sake, too. Why, it wouldbe Evans told her, smiling."I for the rest of her life. Do you Fourteenth St., New York, N. Y.
great old girl. Never another couldn't get him up. I tried, know Towne's reputation? Any Please write your name, address -

worry. Somebody always to look but they said he had left the office. woman can flatter him into a love and pattern number plainly.

after you." 1[ thought I'd bring him out with affair. A fat Lothario." Baldy did

The wind outside was singing a me." She kissed Mrs. Follette. "I'll not mince the words. Honored by Gems
come again soon, dear lady. And "But he hasn't married any of
wild song, a roaring, cynical song,
kinds of stones
it seemed to Jane. She wanted to you must tell me when you are tired them;" said Mrs. Follette trium- Several gem
1 have been named after persons,
say to Bob, "But I've always been of me. phantly. She held to the ancient alexandrite
happy in my little house with Baldy Evans went to the car with her, and honorable theory that the among them being the ,
and back to find his mother in marries need not which bears the name of the Rus-
and,Philomel, and the chickens and came woman a man wor-
the cats" But of course Bob could' an exalted mood. "Now if you could ry about past love affairs since she sian emperor, Alexander II (1818-

say, "You're not happy now, and marry a girl like Edith Towne." had been paid the compliment of at 1881) ; the kunzite, which was
named after the American gem
anyhow what are you going to do "Edith," he laughed lightly. I least legal permanency. '
about Judy?" "Mother, are you blind? She and Evans' lips were dry. "What did expert, Dr. George F. Kunz (1856- f

Judy! Baldy are mad about each other." you say to Towne?" 1932) ; and the morganite, which

She had spoken at last with an ef "Of course she isn't serious. A "Oh, what could I say? That I was named in honor of the American -
like that." and all that. Some- financier, J. P. Morgan Sr.
fort. "I'll tell him to come over boy was surprised,
after dinner. We can ride for a "Isn't she? I'll say she is." Evans thing about hoping they'd be happy.I ((1837-1913).-Collier's.Constipation.

bit." went charging up the stairs to dress Then I beat it and got here as fastas

"Why not stay'here' ? I'll be at the for dinner. "I'll be down presently." I could. I had to talk it over

hospital. And the storm is pretty "Baldy may be late; we won't' with you people or-burst." His eyes Relief

bad." wait for him," his mother called met Evans' and found there the

She had looked out of the window. after him. sympathy he'sought. "It's a rotten That Also

"There's no snow. Just the wind. --- -- The dining-room at Castle Manor trick."
And I feel-stifled." "She and Baldy are mad about had a bare waxed floor, an old "Yes," said Evans, "rotten." Pepsin izes StomachWhen

It was then that she had called up each other." drop-leaf table of dark mahogany, "I think," said Mrs. Follette, acid indi-
deer's antlers the mantel, and "that must both see it is best. constipation brings on
Towne. "I can't dine with you or. ''Yet always with that touch of over you gestion, bloating,dizzy spells gas, coated
Judy is desperately ill ." deference."Do some candles in sconces. Yet her voice was troubled. Thoughher tongue sour taste, and bad breath, your
The houseworker had prepared a Old Mary did her best to follow complacency had penetrated the stomach is probably loaded up with cer-
you love me, formal service which I of what Jane's engagement tain undigested food and your bowels don'tmove.
delicious dinner, but Jane ate noth- "Not-yet." the rather on thought So need both Pepsin to help
ing. Bob's appetite, on the other "But will. I'll make you love Mrs. Follette insisted. The food was might mean to Evans. Yet, it might, break up fast you that rich undigested food in
hand, was good. He apologized for you I simple, but well-cooked, and there on the other hand, be a blessing in your stomach,and Laxative Senna: to pull
me. and a salad.It disguise. There were other wom- the trigger on those lazy bowels. So be
it.UI went without lunch, I was before they reached was always a soup contains Pepsin.
Then also
just laxative
sure your
worried." not until they reached the en, richer-who would help him in its
so home he asked for the rose. She was Take Dr.Caldwell's Laxative,because
The bell rang. Jane, going to the it to him, all fading fragrance.He salad course that they heard the his career. And in time he would Syruo Pepsin helps you gain that won-
gave Laxative
found herself with sound of Baldy's car. He burst in forget Jane. derful stomach-relief, while the
shaking ex touched it to her lips then bowels.Tests prove the ,
l their coffee. Senna moves your
citement. crushed it against his own. at the front door, as if he batteredit Old Mary' gave them power of Pepsin to dissolve those lumps of
Frederick came in and took both "Must I be content with this?" down, stormed through the hall, "Shall we walk for a bit, Baldy? undigested protein food which may lingerin
and entered the dining-room like a Evans said, when at last they rose. your stomach,to cause belching,gastric
of her hands in l is.uI'm terribly Her quick breath told her agita- This is how pepsin-
The two men made their way towards acidity nausea.
sorry about the sister. Is there any- tion. He drew her to him, gently. whirlwind. The izing your stomach helps relieve it of such
thing I can do?" "Come, my sweet." "Jane's going to be married," he the'pine grove. twilight distress. At the same time this medicine
to sky was a deep purple with a thin wakes lazy nerves and muscles in your
She shook her head. She could cried, "and she's going marry up
and a breathlessstar. bowels to relieve your constipation.So see
sickle of a moon
hardly speak. "I thought if you, Oh, money, money. Jane learned Frederick Towne! how much better you feel by taking the
wouldn't mind, we'd go for a ride. that night the power of itt! Evans half-rose from his chair. under laxative that also puts Pepsin to work on
And we can talk." I Coming in with Frederick from Everything turned black and he sat And there in'the.little grove that stomach discomfort too. Even fin-
the purple sky Evans said to'Baldy, icky children love to taste this pleasant
"Good. Get your wraps. He released that wild moonlighted world, flushed down. There was a loud roaring in family laxative. Buy Dr. Caldwell's Laxative -
her hands, and she went into with excitement, hardly knowingthis his ears. It was like taking ether- "I love I wish to God had -Senna with Syrup Pepsin at..your,
the other room. As she looked into new Jane, she saw Bob trans- with the darkness and the roaring. "I"know. you druggist today

the mirror she saw that her cheeks formed in a moment from haggard When things cleared he found that her. CONTINUED)
were, crimson. hopelessness to wild elation. neither his mother nor Baldy had no- ( Liberty's Gift I(

She brought out her coat and he Frederick Towne had made a simple ticed his agitation. His mother was Why Fish Are Dumb 'Tis liberty alone that gives the
held it for her.uls this warm statement. "Jane has told me asking quick questions. "Who told and
Fish are.plain dumb because theyare flower of fleeting life its lustre
enough? You ought to have a fur Heming. I ? Does Edith know?"
how_serious things are, you low in the evolutionary: scale, and we are weeds with-
eat." threw himself in a chair. ...
<: want to help. Then he had asked Baldy writer in the Los Angeles
asserts a out
"Oh, I shall be warm," she said. for the surgeon's name; spoken at "Mr.. Towne got back from Chicagothis Times. Fish are the most primitiveof it.-Cowper.

As he preceded her down the once of a change of rooms for Judy; afternoon. Called me up and the vertebrates, only one step be-
stairs, Towne turned and looked up increased attendance. There was said he. wanted me to come over at the Crustacea. All our data

|at her. "You are wearing my rose," much telephoning and telegraphing.An once to his office. I went, and he yond to the conclusion that ,intelligence AT
he told her, ardently; "you are like atmosphere of efficiency. Jane, gave me a letter from Jane. Said point is an evolutionary develop- GOODDIUO

''a rose yourself." looking on, was filled with admira- he thought it was better for him to" ment, and that the forms later in JTOIESl' ,

She would not have been a woman tion. How well he did things. And I bring it, and'then he could explain. time in developing,have more of it. LARGE u tDltutgs rpwn
if she had not liked his admira- some day he would be her husband! He threw the note across the' table A fish, therefore, is extremely un-

tion. And he was strong and ador- to Mrs. Follette. "Will you likely to be smart as' a newt, a newtas
had XH read it? I'm all in. Drove like the
ing and distinguished. She a CHAPTER a frog, a frog as a lizard, a liz-
sense of almost happy excitementas dickens coming out. Towne wanted I ard" as a snake or a bird; and all
he lifted her into the car. It was,two days after Jane prom- me to go home with him to dinner. ; the mammals are smarter, have big- %' l ssedRelieQ ''

"Where shall we drive?" he asked. ised to marry Frederick Towne that Wanted to begin the brother-in-law (proportionately) and better de M
"Along the lake. I love it on a Evans bought a Valentine; for her. business right away before I. got ger veloped brains than the cold-blooded
night like this." The shops were full of valentines my breath. But I left. Oh, the' animals. >

The moon was sailing high in a -many of them of paper lace-the darned peacock!" Jane would have


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",, OUR COMIC5SECrUON I like to ponder wty5 chpeople's '

,,i: ', And how they know
"- jvst whit is right j
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I And why on Sundays
,; .vi. Point of View
..,:::'; ;: "Ah, so you are the man who is they <6e.t dressed: vp
? 4'\ giving my wife lessons in elocu- D 1 I Events in the Lives of Little Men I D And wuk 't..ro1ndlith

1. 't" ,.:' :tion," said the long-suffering hus L their shoes

! f:7j'\, ".: band."What"kind. too tigh-t. Q.
, "
is she?
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MILFORD HATCHERY Rockdale p sta.PikesvWe 0..

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Lady-Aren't you ashamed to CHICKS' tested. he.avies.btood-$39
come to a house like this to beg? !; '.... Send Money Order No culls.for Prompt 100 postpaid Shipment.Live .

II Hobo-Ma'am, you ought t' see Delivery Guaranteed .
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some o' th' houses I've went to ; ATLAS CO., 2651,Chouteau,St. Louis,Mo.

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.\ Willie-Say, Dad, why do they ."-. ",. \ '. .. .' .,: <.. :''',; Strange Facts
', call English the "mother tongue"? '" '
':"" Dad-Just observe who uses it r : I I Bah Trains ,
'the most around this house.It Wound,Cash
N Mouth PrintsAs

doesn't cost much to have ___-s: most of the private houses in

your car overhauled.-Garage ad G SNIU.s the towns of,Transylvania have no,
vertisement. That depends on (WNU SERVICE) baths, the Rumanian governmentnow
whether it's a traffic policemanwho runs "bath trains" through

does it. -- this' section. Equipped with 'tubs,
hot water, soap and towels, they
Barbaric HAVING A offer free bathing facilities.

Explorer-I have made a re- J CORKING GOOD NO The Chinese army awards a

markable discovery: a tribe of hu- / TIME I cash bonus, instead of. stripes, to
man beings that possess,no weapon i I! POP its soldiers when they are injured,
of warfare. p 7 privates getting $10, officers $40

Listener-Is that so? Didn't ri ...., .- and generals $100 for every wound.
think there was any part of the ',. Bank clerks, pay-roll carriers
world that uncivilized. and night watchmen may now call

for help during a holdup, without
o endangering their lives by an
t r' INDIGESTION alarming move,,through a new radio -

Sensational Relief from Indigestionand transmitter that 'they wear
One Dose Proves It under their shirts. Taking a deep
It the first dose of this pleasant-tasting little breath closes the electric circuit
black tablet doesn't bring you the fastest and most
complete relief you havo experienced lend bottlo P which makes ,the set silently flash
back to us and< get DOUBLE MONET BACK. This
Bell-ans tablet belps tho stomach digest: food alarm signals to a central receiv-
: makes the excess stomach fluids harmless and lets
you eat the nourishing foods you need. For heartburn tll ing station.
tick' headache add upset so often caused by fIJ4.r': 'Positive identification of horses
excess stomach fluids making you feel sour and
elck all over JUST ONE DOSE of Bell-ana proves ti.v: .ii has been found practicable through'
speed relief. 25c everywhere.;
photographs or gutta-percha moldsof
the roofs of their mouths, whichare
Hours of Beauty
AN UNCORKING as distinctive and individualas
The hours when the mind is ab- TIME] human fingerprints.Collier's.Difficulty .
sorbed by beauty are the only GOOD

., hours when we really live.-Jef- Grows

-., ':; feries. What is left undone because it is -

.' J difficult today will be doubly diffi-
't. b"' ,1 .
', .. Double-checked to assureAccurate N cult tomorrow.-Ellis. '
,,;.. accurate dosage always. 4W

: ,:; Doss St.Joseph Keep your body free of;accumulatedwaste
9 take Dr. Pierce's'Pleasant'Pel-
: lets. 60 Pellets 30 Adv.
'" cents.-
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Dangerous Game Our Will ,
J. Millar Watt
:,' :',-,. But war's a game, which, were It is our will that determines,

,,:' 1.'. their subjects wise, kings would ,not our intellect.-Edmund Waller.
:<: not play at.-Cowper.

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Sensational extra help for colds
Ludcn's! These famous y
. '"S i)y Bronchitis, acute or chronic Is an 5'M 1 Gu sPWtjsN -with cough drops not only help
:.. Inflammatory condition of the mucous -
,o +E A7 soothe throat, but release a
',' membranes lining the bronchial '
'7 menthol vapor-which,with >\
"' .- tubes. Creomulsion to the
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,', seat of the trouble to loosen oN every r.ydogged
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Y G EY G nasal
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'''-'', "r,:': you a bottle of Creomulsion with the ES .
::1:' ;:>.-" understanding that you are to like Menthol Cough Drops se
Yy: > the way it quickly allays the cough
; 7;; or you are to have your money back. T L e (

times are our
..: : for Coughs Chest Colds Bronchitis T 1 1N growing Our quietest times.Anon.CONSTIPATED.

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t Conditions Duo to Sluggish Bowels
R Ih 7"trr7 If you think aIl1=tlftS1ft.

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relief from lick headaches bilious spoils.
sales the V TLK To i'i' .APJ\ tired feeling when associated with constipation.

merchant* of our town P L (ELL IT ZiOESly : Without Risk druggist.get a 2Sc box Make of the NR test from-your then
announce in the columnsof po.P If not delighted: return the box to us. We wm
this ,/{ IT TELL ME refund the purchase, ,
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IttfeJ l C&E-WlSTOtt> ,NEWS FIttDAY, 'KOVfiMBfflt 3, toaD

powered by an. bird or harmless animal for sport I R. WILBOR, if alive, and if deadto written appearance (personally or by
To : Johnson's.boats his unknown heirs, devisees, lega- attorney) in said suit on the first J
LaBelle outboard motor and towing two and will always be sure that no tees, or grantees and MRS R. S. WIL Monday in December A. D. 1939, being
I Leaving at 1:30 the group wounded game is left to suffer. BOR his wife. the 4th day of: said month, and there-
I skiffs. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED thata after to file with said
Play Here SundaySixman went to the island, explored for a' 8. I will remember that a ,.22 suit has been brought against you written defenses if: any, to the bill your of
tracking and other caliber bullet will travel three- to quiet and confirm the title of complaint in said suit at the time
time, passed Clewiston Realty and ,Development prescribed by law.
tests, enjoyed dinner of roast weiners quarters of a mile through nine Corporation, a Florida corporation, as Herein fail not or judgment will be
football teams from La- and other good eats and left inches of ordinary board, and wil against you and each of you. to the entered against you by default.IT .
following described real property in IS FURTHER ORDERED that
:Belle and Clewiston, made up of for home about sun-down. They recochet a long way across water. Hendrv 'County Florida, to-wit: this order be published once a w-eek
town and school players, each team stopped in the lake for a swim 9. I will always put my gun Lot Plan 14. Block of Clewiston 173. as, per General for four consecutive weeks in The
Florida Clewiston News, a of
headed by the coach in that community before coming In, arriving back in muzzle first through a fence beforeI according to Plat thereof recorded eral circulation in newspaper Hendry County gen-
,. Coach M. E. Morrison for Clewiston about 7:30. climb the fence-I will climb in Plat Book 2, pages .7 to .14, Florida.
Public Records of Hendry County DONE AND ORDERED at the
LaBelle and Coach R. W. Turk for Scouts making the trip were over between the next two fence Florida.IT Clerk's office City of LaBelle, Florida,
Clewiston, will meet on the localgridiron Nicky Schiffli, Guy Elkins, Oliver' posts. I IS ORDERED that you, and each this 26 day of October, 1939.!!
in a of you,' are hereby required to appear (SEAL) WILLIAM T. HULL,
Sunday afternoon Martinez, Philip McLeod, Ed Roath, 10* I will always give my guna In the Circuit- Court for Ilendry County Clerk Circuit Court
which promises plenty of ex- Florida, at LaBelle< and Hendry Countv/ Florida.
Prewitt, Dick-
Same John Robbins, Billy thorough cleaning as soon as I I file with the Clerk: of said Court your I Oct.' 27-Nov. 3. 10, 17. "
citement.Playing. Elkins, E. J. Bussell, SherwoodHall am through firing.
with LaBelle will be two James Elkins, Sonny Vaughn,
of their best players from the reg- Billy Perry' and Ebert Hooker. .
ular eleven-man team and three BE FIRST AND BE LAST

:school r.umnl vill also team while have and the two three Clewiston from alumni.An the regular.team Three Shifts Work Be first news to spread some. pleasant, Sears for Plumbing!I

admission charge of ten and At St. Lucie Lock Be first the kindly thought to

twenty-five cents "will be made andit choose, "
is hoped that there will be a Be first to aid a fallen friend,
good crowd present for thegame.. Cleary Brothers. of West Palm Be first a helping hand to lend,
Beach, who have the Stuart lock Be first to smile when things look 1

contract, are making a big hole bad, .
200 Mark BrokenOn along the present lock for the con- Be first to make a neighbor glad.
struction work on the newer and Be first to practice charity
New Alleys larger lock. Around 90,000 cubic Be first, and you will happy be! x st
yards of dirt were to be removedand

r Timberlake about a third of it has been removed Be last in gossip to indulge,

Martin bowled six to date. Be last the scandal to divulge, 111
straight strikes on the local alley to I Rains and high water have inter- Be last to seek the world's applause,, >,:. +

start a game last night and finished fered with work, but by; means of Be last to join an unjust cause,
up with a score of 218, the highest pumps and 'drainage channels, the Be last to criticize and knock

score_ yet recorded on the new I contractors have kept a threeshiftcorps Be last to throw the verbal rock, /FlF

alleys. of workers busy, in order to Be last ''for you can better see-

High score last week in ten-pins avoid penalties. Be last-and then such things can't
went to Hudson Tillery with 172, I It is stated that when the west be!

Ed Ward with 171, and M. E. Von lock is abandoned that the fresh Rev. Lawrence J. Flynn.
Mach and Martin Timberlake who water from Lake Okeechobee wilt i-.
tied for third with 168. In duck- back down the canal to within nine

pins Frank Hollingsworth was high miles of the coast waters. Dan BeardsleyContinued -.
with 131 Lefty Holstine was second Engineers point out the fact that

with 126 and Bill Martin placed when the new lock spillway is completed "DUNLAP" :

third with 106. there will be a flow-over of ( From Page 1) IL :' ', ,

Interest in the new sport continues 4,500,000 gallons of water a day, at the Everglades Fair and many ,,, ,
at high pitch and J. B. Alder- and that if a system of control and others.

man owner of the alleys says that storage reservoirs be established, I The chapter also leases and "

two; more will be added as soon as that it would provide sufficientpure farms ten acres of land and the Bath Room Outfit

possible. water for all uses in the Everglades proceeds from any crops sold from

section, which would more this tract goes into the treasury.

New SuperHighwaySoon<< I than offset In value its cost.-Pa- University scholarships are givento
hokee News.SPORTSMAN'S. of the members who make
r many .3 Piece 95 $5 Down
To Be StartedA an average of 85 in .all subjects.In $49
CODE IS closing Dan said that the FFA
RELEASED TO HUNTERSIn program was a well-balanced one Outfit 8 $5 Month
new four-lane superhighwayform and interesting and he felt that adherence
Stuart to Miami designed to the interest of public safety,
to this program will make
take a greater. part of the heavy: Asher Frank Director of the Flor- for better citizens in any commun We carry a complete line of pipe and fit-

traffic, from the present federal ida Safety Council, has released the ity.. .tings. See our gasoline and electric
highway No. 1, will soon be started following sportsman's code to hunt- After' Dan's talk Dr: J. W. Ezelle
according to a statement made by ers. outlined plans for the annual fish water systems!

Brooks Bateman, Pahokee road 1. I will never allow the muzzleof fry and turkey shoot to be held on
board member this week. my gun to point at anything
November 15 and J. E. Beardsley '
The road board has Included a which I do not Intend to shoot. called,attention to the ,progress made MAIL THIS COUPON NOW! '.

portion of this road in this year's 2. I will never load my gun by' the recently organized adult SEARS, ROEBUCK AND CO.: I am interested in -1
budget and this will be started at when the muzzle is pointed at any Spanish class. installing new plumbing and heating "equipment. I'lcaso'ba'c
once. Survey work on the rest of part of my body or any person; nor jour representative call. J understand there is no
the route will also be done this' stand in front of anybody who is obligation.

The route leads from Stuart
year. loading a gun. Name ........__...._.............__........._..__............................M_"
southward on the range line to Mi- 3. I will never cock my gun and IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE I

ami and avoids all towns. It crosses pull the trigger for fun. TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF Address .........................._....___........__...........................-Y
road 25 about six miles west of the 4. I will never shoot directlyat FLORIDA, IN AXD FOR H EN Dill''
COUNTY IN CHANCERY.Case City ......._......__....._.._.__...__.......__ State ....................__
Military Trail bridge. a flat, hard 'surface, a bottle, or No.-

similar object, as the bullet is cer- CLEWISTON REALTY AND DEVELOPMENT -
Boy Scouts MakeI I tain to ricochet (glance) from it. CORPORATION, a Florida AVo will arrange to furnish both labor and material
5. I will never handle a gun corporation 'for your complete Plumbing, Heating and Water Heating -

To Island without first opening, the breech t. v. Plaintiff Installation!
; Trip be sure the gun is empty and look- P. W. HALL and MRS. P. AV. HALL,
his wife, et al,
ing through the bore to see thatit Defendants
Fourteen" Clewiston Boy Scouts is clean. ORDER REQUIRING APPEARTO DEFENDANTSTO

enjoyed a trip to Observation Island 6. I will never carry my gun : P.V.. HALL and MRS. P. W. Illitliilliliiiii
Saturday afternoon under the lead- loaded except when hunting. and HALL Angeles; his, California wife. 244\ ; South Olive, Los

ership of assistant scoutmaster will then be sure that it is lockedin E. J. MORRISON if alive,' and if
dead to his unknown heirs devisees. 1000 FIRST STREET FORT MYERS, FLA.
the position.
Charles Benson. legatees, or grantees and MRS. E. J.
The trip was made in one of Bill 7. I will never shoot at a song MORRISON, his wife:

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