The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00790
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: June 7, 1940
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
oclc - 33429955
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System ID: UF00028415:00790
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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By Heavy RainfallAll Follow Legion Meet


vegetable crops in the Clewis- Because of the American Legion

ON DEBT REFUNDING ton area have been virtually wipedout COUNTY BOARDVOCATIONAL meeting to 'be held here Tuesday CHANGE IN RESULTS ;

I by the torrential rains of the evening the band concert 'which has ,

t past two weeks. Tomatoes were been arranged by the United States ;

NO AGREEMENT IS REACHEDBY the principal crop and it was get- AGHICULTUHE Sugar Corporation band In ,the Civic ONLY T W EXT-Y MAILED t I

BOARD AFTER SIX ting late in the season for them. COURSE IS ALSO BEING Center Park will be held at 8:30 VOTES,COUNTED IY HEXDHYCANVASSING

HOUR HEARING Prices were down and not much CONSIDERED: instead of 8:00 as originally HOARD

further return from the crop was scheduled in order that the legionn-j ,;
J. E. Beard&Iey, Clewiston member expected.The Mrs. Agnes Thomas, Mrs. Mary aires and their visitors may able I| The official Hendry county vote ..

of the Everglades Drainage Dis- heaviest rain here was on Baker, Mrs. Margaret Arey, Mrs. to attend ,the concert. i I j
as announced
trict Board was informed by; telephone Friday night of last week when a Lavonia Holstine, Miss Ruth Knight |I During the program arrangements by the canvassing

this morning that a telegramhad total of 4.14 inches was recorded. and Miss Alice Steinholtz were elec- |I have also been made to award the I board after their meeting in the

just been received from H. C. I Saturday there was almost an inch ted by the county school board at trophies and prizes won in the office of County Judge W. T.

Rorick, head of the Bondholder's of rain but since then the heaviest I the monthly meeting Saturday as bowling tournament just closed. Maddox in LaBelle last Friday

Protective Committee, that he had fall was .2 of an inch on Monday. teachers in the Clewiston school for There will be two cups and six afternoon revised slightly the vote

contacted members of the commit Some rain has been recorded each the 1940-41 term. Other appointments cash prizes.In .

roc tee and that they were agreeable day except Tuesday. will be made later it was the event of bad weather a of almost every candidate but failed :

t to meeting with members of tho Records show that there is now stated by C. E. Miner, Clewiston i I regular band practice will be held to make any change in the results. '

drainage board and the landowners' an excess of rainfall of 3.928 inches member of the board.In at the receiving station and the Twenty absentee votes were counted. -

board Washington at any date since January 1. The excess for I concert will be given the following .
the negro 'schools of_this area
they might choose to discuss refunding May was 3.641 inches. : evening. y
Amos Thomas was elected principaland The final count announced officially -
of the district indebtedness on I
Viola Thomas and Naomi is as follows:
a basis which tho district might be
able to pay.Because I Cornell teachers in the ,Harlem For United States Senator: Chas.
CROCHET IS WINNEROF school and Abbott Robinson FORBES TURNS IN '
as O. Andrews, 955; Jerry w. Carter,
Chairman R. Tennantwas teacher of the Bare Beach school.J. 665. .

absent, the other four commis- FIRST HANDICAP E. Beardsley, E.' M. Cornetteand SECOND NOHITTERAT For Governor: Spessard L. Hol- "

sioners of the Everglades Drainage A._ W. Lawrence met with the land, 1248 ; Francis P. Whitehair, z

district stood deadlocked two to board as representatives of the 453. .

two Monday after landowners had BOWLING TOURNEYIn Clewiston Kiwanis Club to pledgethe BELLE'GLADE For Attorney General: Ed' R.

argued the subject for six hours, club's cooperation in obtaininga I I II II Bentley, 565; J. Tom Watson, 860.

on how to proceed toward settlingthe vocational agriculture teacher in I For State Treasurer: J. Edwin

district's $17,000,000 debt. a surprise finish to the local J the Clewiston school next ,term and Everett Forbes turned in his Larsen, 649; W., M. (Bill) Wain-

George A. Chalker of West Palm securing land and equipment for I .wright, 714. "
I bowling tournament, Sidney Crochet'ldefeat j second no-hit, no-run game for the
Beach, acting chairman, adjournedthe d Jack Hollingsworth in the the ,use of such a class. Clewiston baseball team Sunday For Representative: W. ,M. Davidson -

meeting to next week. finals Thursday night by the narrow I Consideration was also given to afternoon at' Belle Glade and misseda 686; Elbert L. Stewart, 977.,

The deadlock came during the margin qf one pin for the Clewis- the possibility of having nine perfect game, with no man reach- For County Judge: R, M. (Bob)

executive session of the board that ton championship.Both month's term of school, in 1940-41.. ing first, only by inches. Harris, 1074; Selden L. Stewart,
followed the all-day discussion be- 602. '
Crochet and Hollingsworth Willard Chinn, former Boca The splendid pitching performance -
tween two of landowners
groups For Tax Collector R. N, :
started the tournament as Class B : Miller,
Grande principal was appointed was turned in in the first of
in the district. The ,
; meeting was
900; Mrs. Homer 803.
(Continued on Page 10) bowlers because their average for principal of the LaBelle: school and a scheduled double-header, the

"._ the preceding team tourney was Miss Josephine Poor, was appointed' second game of which was called For County Superintendent: B.
under 140 pins. However it took I E. Herring, 796; Dr.: ,C. E. Weaver,
a teacher to fill all vacancies in the I because of rain, and was all the -'- :
Scouts To Leave them but a short time' to prove they faculty there.COKER more sensational since: the greater" 921. I
I could hold their! own with the I part of the game was played in a ,

,For Camp MiakkaMembers Class A pin-topplers and In the drizzling rain which made pitchingand I Canal Point Plays '

last week they walked off with all fielding very difficult. Only
honors and tore the dope-sheet to two men reached first :base, one Here On Sunday :
of the
local Boy Scout
shreds as they defeated the leading. hit by a pitched ball, another on .i
leave I I
troop will Clewiston Sunday Class A entrants, '
>' a balk.
morning at ,7:50: on the school bus Crochet fourth CROSS DRIVE, OVER There will be a double-header

CI for Camp.1ia'ltfiX; TKliiiiueX': 'canrp I bracket ,by defeating advancoti.'io"the fid Von Mach I Sandy Bell in right-field contributed I baseball game 'here Sunday afternoon -
of the Sunniland Council the a splendid catclif tothe erro'rless -
on between Clewiston and Canal
557 495
to in - Miakka River near Sarasota for a night. Crochet's scores were 191- fielding which permitted Forbeshis I Point to' be played at the Townsite
week's stay. They will be record game. It was a shoe-
accom- 174-177 plus 15 to Von Mach's 184- Athletic Field. The first game will
panied by Assistant Scoutmaster string catch of a line smash to I begin at 2:30.
116-145 plus 15. His ,next victim on '
Charles Benson, A canvass of the city for donations rightfield and although Bell turned
Tuesday night was Ed Ward who i
C. E. Robbins, in charge of the to the Red Cross refugee relief several somersaults before regain- .
held second high in the Sugar Cane Growers -
Boy Scout work for the American average fund made during the past tag his feet he came up waving the ,
first tournament. Crochet had 149- week Bob i
by Coker was most suc- ball.
Legion, troop sponsors, arrangedfor 124-175 plus 15 to Ward's 137- : cessful'and total of $219.00 Get Parity Payments
transportation of the boys. The 148-149 for Clewiston made six hits, good for
totals of 463 to 434.
to local Red Cross
raised the
bus will leave the Scout Hut at In the put six runs and was assisted by a
7:30 and will meantime Hollingsworth chapter well over the top of the
return home after
couple of errors and Williams'
I had played his semi-final match $200 Approximately $532,000 in parity
lunch at the camp on the following quota., wildness in the seventh inning. EdWard
with J. B.: Brantley and defeated Mr. Coker stated this payments to sugar cane growerswas
Sunday. him in an upset match. Hollings- first up for the locals in the handled last week through the
he would continue the
The boys expecting to make the worth had 167-168-158 plus 15 for not first inning smashed out a triple Glades'couty agent's office on the
further at this time for
trip are Bobby Broadfoot, Sonny 508 to canvass and scored a moment or two later 1939-40 cane The amountis
Brantley's 151-152-161 or crop.
he felt sure that another call would 1'
Vaughn, Hagar Lowe, Philip Mc- 464. on Roberts' single. Another run was considerably less than the amount
Leod, Martin Waldron, Sherwooi be'made within a short time for | (Continued on Page 10)
Crochet last caused by the destruction
played his semi-final year
Hall, Elbert more funds and at that time others '
Hooker, Lawrence (Continued on Page 10) I of a great deal of cane by freeze in
Guthrie, James Elkins, Billy Perry, I would be asked to donate. How U. S. G. S. Offices i January.
and Billy Prewitt. ever he, will accept at any time donations i "
The' bulk or'this of
Mrs. Knight NamedCommitteewoman- I i I to the fund which anyone 1 I ,
Open In ClewistonThe : course goes to the United States
might wish to make. He volunteered -
Senior Class Gives f his services in raising the'fund (i Sugar Corporation but payments of

I amounts upward from a thousand
and has done a commendable
Kiwanis ProgramTen U. S. Geological Survey will dollars went to the seventeen independent -
piece' of work. ;
The Hendry county democratic ]have two men stationed here for growers who sold their
Meanwhile the request for funds .
executive committee appointed Mrs. the next several months to checkon cane to processors last season.
continues from national headquartersand
members of the 1940 gra- Helen Knight as county democratic water level fluctuations in the The parity payments are a return -
another telegram from Norman
duating class presented a most interesting executive committee woman to main canals of this section of South to domestic growers from the
H. Davis, national chairman was
program at the weekly succeed herself. Mrs. Knight was Florida.: I processing tax of fifty cents per
received Mrs. R. Y.
meeting of the Kiwanis Club.It elected in the primary two years Sunday by D. S. Wallace of Ocala, in charge hundred charged -refiners by the
Patterson, chairman of the local
was in the nature of a Pro ago, but neglected to qualify for of this work for the state, was I government.
chapter. In this telegram Mr.
fessor Quiz program with Louis re-election in the recent primaries.The here Monday to make arrange

Letter acting as announcer, Lee committee, was reorganizedat Davis pointed out that two years ments for locating a field office Fort Myers Minister
international conference of I
Pridgen as scorer and the other the meeting, \which was held in ago an in Clewiston. He was accompanied
Red Cross societies'was held and
seniors as contestants. Each contestant LaBelle Tuesday night There are by H. A. Roberts and J. W. Pepper
Dies At His Home
made to all nations to
when called upon drew a I three: new members, Mrs. Olney an appeal who will be assigned to work: in

question from the hat and, handed' O'Banion, district 3, E. L. Stallings, enter into agreements prohibitingthe this area.

it to Louis who read the question. district 3, .and Lubbert Coleman, bombing of open towns and Mr. Wallace explained] that the Clewiston friends of Dr. William

If the contestant was able to answerIt Fort Denaud. Mrs. Marvin Taylorwas cities or established zones in which work being done by the geological Graham Kennedy, Cl-year-old min
refugees could seek "This
he or she was graded accordingly re-elected chairman, Mrs. sanctuary." survey is the accumulation of dataon ister of the First Presbyterian

.1 In the event they could not answer Nancy Stewart, vice-chairman, and appeal was 'not heeded, said :Mr. water flow which can later br Church, Fort Myers, were saddened -

the question was turned over to Carl Berner re-elected secretary and Davis and even those agreements! used in a comprehensive study and to learn of his death at his home

the Kiwanians., The results were treasurer. I reached are not being respected. correction of drainage problems. In Friday. Dr. Kennedy, who apparently -
I Never in the of Red
most entertaining as well as edu- this work his department is cooperating :- suffered a heart attack
Cross, he has there been the
cational. says with the U. 'S. Engineers. color-
Negro Injured At was found dead in bed by the
The contest ended in a tie be- necessity'of facing such a heart- During the past two or three ed maid who came to prepare his

tween Florence Graham and Maxine breaking problem as taking care of :years the U. S. G. S. has established breakfast. His wife died a yearor
Gulf PlantWillie
Doty and in the contest to end this Oil the innocent women, children and gauging: stations at 78 points in more ago, arid hs: only survivoris

i tie Maxine won. Lollypops were aged against whom ruthless war- (Continued on page 10)) his daughter, Miss Joan, who
given to each Myers, workmanat fare is being waged. In closing he
one correctly answer- a negro I was in Tallahassee at Florida
ing a question, whether student or the Gulf Oil plant here broke says, "'Ve, must do everything pos- Stewart Attends College for Women.Dr. .

Kiwanian.U. both bones in his right leg whenhe sible to relieve suffering and maintain I J Kennedy is widely known asa

Jumped from a platform at the the morale of these tragic 'j Orlando scholar arid minister, and has
S. C. '
EMPLOYEE IS plant Saturday night to ,avoid being victims of war. been keenly interested in the local

DROWNED AT BEAN CITY burned. The fire ,resulted in some Community Church having preachedhere
: James way while he was filling a gasoline L. Stewart returned Thurs- on many occasions. lIe was

' Garmany, a colored employee ,I pump, the gasoline can becoming Circuit Judge George W. White- day night from Orlando where hemet an ardent golfer, and a fine musician -

'I Corporation of the United States Sugar Ignited about the spout while he hurst has announced that there will with a group of state legislators ,- playing the cello, in the Fort

residing at Townsite was pouring. bo no spring term of circuit courtin to make plans and set a date Myers Little Symphony orchestra

side Village canal, was drowned In the road- The platform was only about five Hendry county. The chief case for the legislative caucus which will lie had recently completed manu-

near Bean City early feet from the groud but his foot of the criminal docket was a second name the speaker for the 1941 scripts for a children's book of

Sunday night when the car he was struck a soft place in the ground charge against former tax collector House of Representatives. Bible stories. lie was a graduateof

driving the left canal.the road and plungedinto and his leg was twisted as he fell. Frank Doughtery but the attorney Tampa was chosen as the place Princeton University, winning a

for the defense says that exhibits In for the caucus and July 20 was Phi Beta Kappa key for scholastic ,
' accident was discovered by Mrs. L. R. Johnson and Mrs. R. the case are' now before the supreme set as the date. Dan McCarty of excellence.

;II II recovered Patrolman T. J. ,Reilly and the body; J. Friedrichsen have returned to court in an appeal on the first case St. Lucie county and Bamberg Funeral services were held at
, eight o'clock. their home in Pensacola after a and It will be impossible to pre- Harrell of Hamilton county are con the church in Fort Myers and interment -

Garmany was driving a borrowed two weeks' visit with Mr. and Mrs.R. pare for the trial at,_ the spring sidered the most likely candidatesfor I, followed In the Tort Myers

car __ Y. Patterson and family term the speakership. cemetery. oc... C, _" ', -


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e HouseholdNeujs AROUND Items of Interest

the HOUSE IEr to the Hounwife

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1 GREW R 9E 'A EN bNPr I Art gum may be used to clean plates, cut a hole the size of the

gloves, shoes, and .wall paper. plate ,in a piece of cardboard or
heavy paper and lay it on the wallso
BRITISH SINKINGS When lighting a birthday cake that just the plate is exposed.
Washington, D. C. always light the candles in the .
American naval observers, who middle first and those on outside Strained
honey, mixed with cot-
have been trying to pierce the maze last.
tage cheese, a few broken nut
:'of German claims and British denials *
meats and
butter makes a de-
regarding battleship sinkings, A teaspoon of mixed pickle licious filling for sandwiches for
:come to one conclusion: The Ger- spices tied in a small bag and the school child's lunch box.
mans have not sunk nearly as many added to the water in which fish, i

:the ships British as they navy say is not they in have too ,good but k;: } fi t N"}Y ?EIfM ''::,.Ji iS nsJ1. ham or tongue is boiled, will. adda When refilling a feather pillow t.
pleasing flavor.
shape, either. very crush a small block of camphorand
mix in with the feathers. This
is that a
What actually happened To protect the surrounding wall will keep the feathers "fresh" and
:good many British warships when cleaning electric light switch will help to preserve them.
had to
been damaged and have go
'to drydock. This takes them out of

battle for weeks or even months. Vice President's State
'Temporarily, it is just as effectiveas Strange Facts

sinking them. .
battle YN."' New York, which furnished ten

ships As reoidnydrydockrland one is N 'fA Blots .Out' Torpedo vice presidents: Burr, Clinton,

sunk. This much is definite. There 8 nay. ::GW rid Sk K Intricate Accounting Tompkins, Van Buren, Fillmore,

may be others sunk, as claimed by : /i'x,} .,'.:. Yb :.:if. New Shinto Mass Wheeler, Arthur, Morton, Roose-
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the Germans, but if so, U. S. naval t't rw.G vu(i velt I and Sherman. Of these, ," '
observers have not been able to con- C On some German ,destroyers, Van Buren, 'Fillmore, Arthur and x
firm it.Since. IF YOU'RE ENTERTAINING THE BRIDESee torpedoes are fired with the Roosevelt became President.

Britain has only 15 battle- ( Recipes Below) mouth. With his eyes at the range Ohio is runner-up to Virginiafor
seri- finder and his hands on the tube- the title "Mother of Presi-
ships, the wounding of six is a No sooner is the June bride back "
ous blow, and gives considerable from her honeymoon, than the busi- Fruits and vegetables are the aiming controls, the gunner mere- dents, having produced seven
'support to the contention of Secre- ness of cooking for two begins! mainstays of summer meals. ly has to blow into a "peashooter"to Presidents to Virginia's eight.-

!tary of the Navy Edison that the feeding her new husband will be an Watch Eleanor Howe's column actuate the trigger. Pathfinder.TLTTITIJI.

important part of the bride's responsibility next week for suggestions on New COne electrical accounting ma-
'ity '1r'1'' and any of the successful Ways of preparing and serving chine on the market today, only'47

I homemakers she knows can tell her them. inches long, 38 inches wide and 43 .

1i' that perfectly cooked meals for a inches high, contains 55,000 parts ;
hungry husband help to keep the making rolls. Sift and measure the and more than 75 miles of wire.

matrimonial ship sailing merrily flour, then sift togetherthe flour, C Despite' rationing, the food con-

11t along.So baking powder, salt and 1 tablespoon sumption of a country at 'war increases 1 ,
why not a kitchen shower for sugar. Cut in the shortening. Beat about 20 per cent, due t
a bride-using for gifts the inexpen- the egg slightly and add the milk. principally to the fact that army X001:
sive little "gadg Stir into the flour mixture. Turn recruits develop bigger appetites
ets" that will onto a lightly floured board and because of their increased physi- 3 lA gn011TSId
make her hours knead 30t seconds. Shape'into a cal activity.
: t.. i in the kitchen long narrow roll and roll out into a
I pleasant? Thoseare rectangle to about r -inch thickness. C. A new kind of Shinto mass has

the things the Spread the dough with the melted been established in Japan. Afteran

A. bride isn't likelyto butter and the sugar and orange airplane accident, Shinto
buy herself and peel mixture. Roll up like jelly roll priests fly over the spot and,wave Kind Seeks Kind ri-

the very fact that and cut off ininch pieces. Place branches of sacred trees to put to Things that. have a common

they are small and inexpensivemeans rolls cut side down, on a well- flight the evil spirits responsiblefor quality ever quickly seek their
that she isn't apt to get greased pan and bake about 20 minutes the disaster.-Collier's.. kinds.-Aurelius.

them, either, among her wedding in a hot oven (425 degrees).
Time Out StatesmanshipBy gifts. Prize. Angel Food Cake.

Thomas. Small, matching pottery pots for 1% cups sugar

battleship now must take its place chives and parsley to grow on a sunny 1 cup cake flour
with the horse and buggy. kitchen window sill, make a 1% cups egg whitest
thoughtful gift for a kitchen shower teaspoon salt
Like the fighting elephants used by
; a set of pastel'tinted bowl covers 2 teaspoons cream of tartar
Hannibal, battleships are super- tI
is practical and"very moderately 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
powerful, but expensive to maintain, Refrigeratorpag$ji liv Irl r
french Sift once. Add % of it
hard to maneuver ,fast enough to priced; butter paddles, a sugar cup ; ::i"J: _i.vTi.: : .:. :: _::%r-.: : :. '<*'..
potato ball cutter and small earthenware to the flour and sift together 3 times.
the less
'dodge expensive airplane.
pots for baking beans areutoftheordinary Beat egg whites --I"' :
Note-One reason for the constant : kitchen gifts. with rotary beatS'3 ;.,

German claims of sinking British Any bride will bless you for startingher er until frothy,
warships is to wring denials from kitchen library for her-with her add salt and f
the British which will reveal just 1 .
booklets cream
own> copies of my homemaking .,
what their naval strength is. Actu- Entertaining and continue
; Better Baking, Easy -
'ally, aviators usually cannot tell Feeding Father and Householdlints. beating until eggs 1 I
when they sink a vessel. They can't [ hold their shape. Add sugar gradu-

afford to remain in the vicinity to And speaking of a kitchen library ally, beating thoroughly after each
see whether it sinks. Nor do the -why not start a collection of favorite addition. Add vanilla extract. Then

Germans know just how strong the recipes for the bride? Have fold in the flour, % at a time. When r

British are in certain areas,* suchas each guest at the shower bring her all flour is in, fold a few additional

the Mediterranean and the Northsea. very choicest recipe, neatly written times. Then place in large un-
So they try to get revealing on a card for the bride's new greased angel-food pan.* Bake in a

denials from admiralty. recipe box, with the donor's name moderate oven (325 degrees) for 1

" and the date of the party just for hour and 15 minutes. Invert and let

r- NAZIS IN BRAZIL? un. Give her the recipes, too, that cool in pan.

F, The Roosevelt administration is make up the menu for the day. Barbecued Steak.

( doing a lot of talking about cement- Food, for a kitchen shower, shouldbe (Serves 6.)
"homey," and informally served 2 pounds round steak
s ing relations with South America,
f?: and unquestionably the Nazi menace -and planned to give the bride suggestions 3 tablespoons butter (

r '. below the Rio Grande is a cause ; for her own cooking and 3, tablespoons vinegar. 1
% salt
aking problems. teaspoon
r of legitimate concern. But behind "
:' the scenes, the United States is Menu for a Kitchen Shower. 1 teaspoon prepared mustard "

ft.j muffing a lot of important moves. Noodle and Tuna Casserole / 1 teaspoon onion, grated
1 teaspoon Worcestershire sauce Every
i One of these is the development of Spring Vegetable Salad

Brazil's wealthy iron ore deposits. with French Dressing 1 Vi teaspoon teaspoon chili lemon sauce juice I backed by the reputation and the resources of the

fr Several months ago, ,the state de- Butter '
partment arranged for the United Orange Rolls Cheese Scones 1 tablespoon brown sugar I great BORG-WARNER CORPORATION, world-
Cut steak into pieces for servingand
'. Angel Cake
\'. States gate the Steel development corporation of these to investi-mines Strawberry Sherbet sear in frying pan. Melt but- famous manufacturer 20 factories in 5 states
ter, add vinegar and all other ingre
f" and the building of a steel plant .
-" near them. Six U. S. Steel corpora- Fresh Strawberry Sherbet. dients. Heat thoroughly and pour When you buy an electric refrigerator, look wisely to the future. Look,)

tion experts went to Brazil reported (Serves 6.) over the seare4 steaks. Bake in a loyears ahead...or 20.Look beyond the refrigerator as it stands today,
moderate ) for
(350 degrees
'- enthusiastically to their board of di- Combine 1 cup of crushed straw- proximately oven IVz hours. Baste fre-ap new and bright and gleaming.Visualize the greater needs which it may

rectors. oerries and 2 tablespoons of lemon quently with barbecue sauce while be called to meet in the years to come. Consider the satisfactions of

J- Subsequently, the Reconstruction juice. Scald 1 pintof baking. service well rendered that can come only from a product ably engi-

Finance corporation offered to ad- milk, add % French Dressing. neered and ably built by an organization experienced: in precision
vance money for the developmentof .. \ cup of sugar and % salad oil manufacturing.Suchan .
the mines. The U. S. govern- Ix ) stir until dis- cup
% lemon juice or vinegar
ment was to put up approximately solved. Soak 1 ta- 1 teaspoon salt organization is Norge,backed by the resources and engineeringskill T
one-third of the cash, the Brazilian blespoon of unflavored of -
n Paprika to color the seasoned reputation and world fame the great Borg-Warner
government about one-third and the gelatin in 1 Few grains cayenne Corporation whose score of factories employ thousands in five states.
U. S. Steel corporation tablespoon of cold
was to put --L
Place ingredients in covered jar.
'ti up the rest.However water for 5 urinates Chill thoroughly. Just before serv- You will look today, of course, at the advanced features that distin-

U. S. Steel wanted to and dissolve in hot milk. Add ing shake vigorously. There are guish the Norge refrigerator in its field at the highlights of detail

know what guarantees it would havein beaten egg yolks, blend, and re- many ways to vary french dress- and design that are winning such high acclaim throughout the world.In .
of from flame and cool. Add
case repetition in
a Brazil in move
ing. The acid may be lemon juice, the big SR-8 model, as shown above, you will admire extra size
the future of the Mexican oil fruit mixture to milk mixture and
expropriation vinegar, or half and half. A few and ample capacity freezer of stainless steel, the convenience' of
'h policy. The state de- fold in 2 beaten egg whites. AssemDIe -
partment replied that it could giveno ice cream freezer. Pour sherbet drops of onion juice may be added, the exclusive Handefroster and Coldpack; the sliding shelves, glass-.
or shake a cut garlic clove with the drawers and Cellaret. You will appreciate the simple ef5-i
guarantees. So the U. S. Steel > mixture into the freezing con- serving covered
balked. ainer. Adjust dasher and cover dressing (removing it before ciency of the refrigerant-cooled Rollator Cold-Maker which Norge has

Following this, Germany, alwaysin tightly. Then fill the ice chamberwith Worcestershire). Dry mustard sauce may may be also added.be built to almost unbelievable limits of precision for lifetime service.,

need of raw materials, offered to a mixture of 3 parts chippedice
transfer part of the Skoda munitions and 1 part salt and turn crank added, as may creamed roquefort But before you decide, look again at the record 61 integrity and

works, which it had seized in Czecho ;lowly for about_ 5 minutes.to freeze.Repack cheese. achievement which Norge has made in the past. :That, we submit, is

Slovakia, to Brazil, and set up a and allow to harden.Orange Homemaking Booklets to the the reason you also may look far to the future with faith in Norge.

Nazi steel mill. But President Var- Rolls. June Bride.

gas and Foreign Minister Aranha, (Makes 18-20 rolls) These four practical booklets on See NORGE Before You Buy!

both strongly pro-American, re- Vt cup sugar homemaking are an ideal present :
fused. 1 teaspoon orange peel (grated) for a new bride:

However, the Brazilian army, 2% cups flour Better Baking ... .."..." .10 cents
which is strongly pro-German, is 3 teaspoons baking powder Easy Entertaining ........ .10 cents
pushing them in the opposite direc- Vz teaspoon salt Feeding Father .......... 10 cents
tion. And unless the United States 1 tablespoon sugar Household Hints ... ..... 10 cents
-, steps into the picture with another 4 tablespoons shortening Send 10 cents in coin for each

proposal, it may eventually wakeup 1 egg book you order, to Eleanor Howe, Bi0
to find a powerful Nazi muni- % cup milk 919 N. Michigan Avenue, Chicago,
tions works established at its door- 3 tablespoons butter (melted) Illinois, and be sure to indicate ex.
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,' Spring brings romance, but summer brings wedding bells, which are esson r a. ..rr
Fii: this'June for thousands of brides throughout the land. Most of -
them arc thinking of the old superstitions which must be observed for By Dean of The Moody Bible Instituteof That's Fixed A Reminder

good luck, as well as of the glamorous (Released by Western Newspaper Union.) "Does" your wife always hate her own The minister said he was sorry

I creations of lace and tulle in which way? to have to complain about the of-
"I'll she does.
say Why, she writes
/ s:' : "a y., they march to the altar.r Lesson for June 9 her diary a week ahead!" fertories. ,
., "In last Sunday's collections,"
he said, "there were no fewer
l" r'., Lesson subjects and Scripture texts se- The Other Way Round than ;six buttons. I hope such a
lected and copyrighted by International
5' .' Council of Religious Education; used by Little Joan had been sent to ,the thing will not occur again. Then,
permission. country, to stay with an aunt with turning to the Bible, he announcedthe

very strong ideas on the behavior text: "Rend your hearts and
;\ of small girls. And Joan was un not your garments."
r LESSON TEXT-Ezekiel 33:7.16. "You're homesick," said aunty. 'Lying in state,' wrote the

GOLDEN TEXT-So then every one of us ""No, I'm not," replied Joan; schoolboy, "is another way of say-
shall give account of himself to God.- "1'irT "
here-sick. "
:, Romans 14:12. ing: 'diplomacy. o

F r Personal responsibility is a sub .------------------------
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v- : much about consideration.social, national We talk so or Ask Me JlnotKer MOROUNE//AHO/ .

racial responsibility that we are A General Quiz WHITE PETROLEUM JELLYIn

prone to forget that the social or-:

der, nations and races, are madeup .------------------------ Flexibility
of individuals. The Bible, while -
The Questions Resolve rather to'err: by too
I recognizing the relationship and responsibilities much
'flexibility than too much
of nations and social 1. What is the difference be-.
perverseness, by ,meekness than
" -_ groups to God, 'rightly stresses individual tween: a planet and a star? -J
by' self-love.
; responsibility. It is man 1 t 2. How often does a canary's 1
who is made in the likeness and (I'heart beat per minute? An ele- :1

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an individual and as God's representative named after Sikak (the skunk)? ,Neighborly Courage ,;.
in carrying His messageto 6. How vice of ,
many presidents People glory in all sorts ,of _
Man's Responsibility for the Presidents? might show'on'behalf of their near-

_. __' .r. .__._).YS, .______&YrYNm1'raa-__ +x +r +aSr Lives of Others (vv. 7-11). The Answers est' neighbor.-George Eliot. t

Ezekiel had the official
responsibility 1. A planet shines by reflected 9p
The gleaming reflection of-a pol- "-of a watchman sent by God
ished plate glass mirror,gives backa 4- -> T x L., '*- v ra*-X/ ? v < ***'tliH" I 5 to his own people in their captivityin light, a star is self-luminous. KILL ALL FLIES

vision of loveliness to this bride Ifiw.v ZS_*' .'.2f 4#:Yr'dwwuaw".R* _-4,,, Babylon. His was a special call- 2. Canary's, 1,000 times'per min- Placed ':iJ
'!: :'fi, ute. Elephant's, 25 beats min- anywhere. Daisy ny -
who has chosen a gown of silk ing, and yet is it not true that, according -: ute. per yl Killer Guaranteed attracts, effective.and mu Neat files., .' .,
lace classi- Left: Garters of pale blue ribbon to the teaching of the New 0d" '. 1I convenient-Cannot eplll- .
Chantilly fashioned on 3. Sun dried. WlJlnot sollorlnjure anything. <
help out the old superstition: Testament, every Christian is calledto = Lasts all reason. 20o at sit
cal lines. carry 4.'A class or estate after the dealers. Harold Somcrs. Inc..
old be a witness, a winner of souls, l io De Kai b Ave.B'kiynN.Y.
"Something something new, traditional four, as scientists have .-li
and watchman?
a :
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," thus bringing luck. Almost 1. The Watchman's Commissionv. 5. Chicago. :1:1:
( 7). His appointment is by God "
bride insists that those. four 6. Nine. Adams, Jefferson,Van '
every and the warning words he is to ''Z1
With Friends
I Buren Fillmore Johnson
Tyler, ,
be her
factors a of costume.
part ,
him God.
speak are given to by
Arthur, Theodore Roosevelt and They are never .alone who are '
Every true preacher and teacher of .
Coolidge. accompanied by'noble thoughts.
a/ Y the gospel should be a Godcalledman '
I 1y presenting the Word of God. .;
Otherwise, his ministry will have' ---------- :J.
little meaning and no real power. r I ALWAYS SMOKE

The same is true of every Chris- (SLOWER ,BURNING CLICKS j
& tian; a personal touch with God CAMELS. THEY BURN

must precede his efforts to win > WITH ME ALL WAYS_ '
' others to God. SLOWER AND GIVE ME 1
1 / 2.:.The Watchmanls-Responsibility' = FROM CAME&_ :EXTRA -1 11
;( (w. 8, 9). Being a watchman is ss': > '
not a duty ,that one bears ,lightly, i FLAVOR TO THE EXTRA h.Yi .

Gy r i r f for it has grave responsibilities.Lives ..lv SMOKING 'J

/.G } Y aY Y a +f'r r S' r / ha a .+ are dependent on the vigilanceand : : ':
1 % !%.r+ y faithfulness of the watchman. f
i 'J !xiGi <'fr: % !; vL' .
vf. Gr. J'r % Even those,who watch over worldly
a .G r p .
..f/ 1 y.r Y s %' is G goods or who guard the safety and
Y r K 1 comfort of others are held by us to
a/ ur : s >e! Xp gp. a high measure of responsibility and

3 .c are liable for misfeasance or care- .
'y. : .
l iaN lessness in office. What about those '

e /r 's .y of us to whom the destiny of eternal
souls has been committed? Read

.4 the solemn words of verses 8 and 9. c -v $1r5, .\
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Cr d f 3. The Watchman's Message (w.

:.' :; 10, 11). The Jews who were in captivity 1"v. ".,,
: because of their sin and failure ,,;
Right: Another popular old
were despondent. They saw'no ray
superstition demands that the of hope; they were under the: over-
bride and groom be showered whelming burden of their sin. The

with rice after the ceremony, "that message of God's watchman was ;

the union may be fruitful." i one of hope to the repentant people.
God is gracious toward the sinner

and has no pleasure in punishinghim.
In recent laboratory tests,CAMELS burned 25%slower than the aver-
"Why will ye die? places the "
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longs-on the sinner himself. any of them. That means, on the average, a smoking plus equal to

II. Man's Responsibility for His

Own Life (vv. 12-16). 5'EXTRA SMOKES PER PACK!

Whatever may be our responsi-
bility for the lives of others, certainit
Y' Vv is that we must each one answer

to God for our own lives. Ours is FOR EXTRA MILDNESS,
4g"" / the glorious opportunity of living our t'P7EM.Yr

life-and it. ours is the responsibilityfor .. '-' EXTRA COOLNESS, EXTRA FLAVORSLOWBURNING ,,_

/ er: /a, 1. Consistent Living Required (v.
12). This verse evidently does not
mean that a righteous man over.
taken in a moment of defeat is lost.
It rather refers to the one 'who has
made an outward show of being

t righteous. Confident of himself, he '

......... _r__'_ -._---. ....._,.____.'7"',....... has then fallen into careless living, LeNp

Old shoes mean the bride and The bride must cut the first slice and all at once his true characteris
revealed in outright wickedness.That :L&
groom will walk the path of happiness of cake; otherwise, bad luck! This man cannot then draw on his

and contentedness. bride won't take a chance! past record as though it were a bank

account to be used to justify him COSTLIER TOBACCOSBelief

in his hour of failure. Righteousness -

, I r $ : is a matter of the heart. It is
'.j a spiritual rebirth, expressing Itselfin
changed conduct and consistent and Unbelief Safety in Depth

living, not only yesterday and to- Belief consists in accepting the Lowliness is the base of every
day, but also tomorrow. affirmations of the soul; unbeliefin virtue, and he who goes the lowest I

2. Real Repentance Accepted (w. denying them.-Emerson. builds the safest.-Bailey.

13-16). God was ready in Ezekiel's.
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An old gypsy custom demands Always the groom must carry i shall return even to the Lord, and
that the bride jump over the fire I his bride across the threshold. Re. he shall be entreated of them, and Ir f
for luck suit: Prosperity' 'I shall heal them.-Isaiah 19:22,


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The Clewiston News TAYLOR: made a misstatement of fact abouta over and I for one am glad of it of folks contend that he would: give

From the results of Tuesday's public question, people would and I imagine a lot of other folks that young man plenty ttf' worry

primary, I was not a loser, as I come up after the speaking and eel the same way about it. It's
about. By the same token, Gov-
Florida every Friday InISTOC1eNwf'ton. gained political experience. politely correct me, which I always funny how hot and bothered we ernor Fred is still very much ,dissatisfied

by tho While I am not your representative appreciated.I can get over an- election.. We'll with the outcome of his.

Inc. I didn't lose anything. I just was encouraged and reassuredto rave and tear our hair tryin' to race and would like to try a comeback -

learn of the wide-spread intereston get this that chap' in office and
didn't gain that office. I do ap- or In: 1944, feeling confident he

KEATHLEY BOTVDEN", Editor preciate your vote from the bottomof the part of the people in their then before his term has half expired -I could take Mr. Pepper's measure.

A few it : start cussin' him out
my heart.I government. years ago I we asa When we consider the fact that
Entered as second class mall matter born law- was feared that the apathy and no-account soandso.So '
know that I am a neither the race nor the returns
February 1. 1927, at the Poet Office In indifference of the people to gov- Mr. Holland will go to Talla-
Clevrtaton, Florida, under the Act of maker and I realize more fully killed the old man, the idea of his
March 3, 1881.5n".erll'tlon. the state but ernmental problems would produce hassee and do the best he can to
now that not only having another try at It four years
disastrous consequences. But thereis live up to his promises and be a ,
the nation as a whole needs me in from now can be considered as
longer ground for that good gover.nor but no matter how' '
no any ,
hate $2.00 Per Year a lawmaking body. I hereby announce within the realm of possibility.
for U. S. fear. The tremendous crowds tha'tturned hard he tries chances are his
Advertising Rates On Application. my candidacy out to hear candidates in efforts won't be appreciated and And Jerry has a decided advan-
of Representatives.Where
House '
almost every part of Florida in the among his most enthusiastic critics (Continued from Page
people need me, there
to the advancement and wel- my recent campaign show the interestthe will be many who now term them-
Devoted L
I will strive to be.MARCUS .
fare of Clewlston and Hendry County. people have in their govern- selves ardent friends and support 6)'r
ment. And the overwhelming ma- ers. '
The defeated candidate for sheriff
jority that voted and tried to vote But there is one thing this elec \ws
DUNKERQUE also has a valiant heart. Read what
: (but were prevented from doing so tion did: It exploded a lot of
he has to
say by the long ballots and insufficient myths. It has been the custom of
New York Times) "THANK YOU THANK YOU! .
voting machines) further proves the all political aspirants from con-

So long as the English tongue THANK YOU! genuine interest that the people stable to senator to pledge allegiance

survives, the word Dunkerque will I wish to thank the many friends the
have in public problems. So longas to Townsend Plan, boastof
in for the vote given me on May 28th
be spoken with reverence.
our citizens continue to dischargethe their long membership in the
that harbor, in such a hell as never and also wish to thank those who b
I duties of good citizenship by organization, 'and those who wereso

blazed on earth before, at the ,end did not vote for me.I attending political rallies, studying fortunate as to receive the bless-

of a lost battle, the rags and blem- wish to announce my candidacyfor candidates and issues, and going to ing of the "Good Doctor" were
hidden the soul of I the next Sheriff's race. I wishto
ishes that have .
considered elected. MODEL DT
the polls, and voting on election as as
democracy fell away. There, beaten ask each and everyone who was day, nobody need have any fear I Among the alleged''ann inted \ DeLuxe All*'
with me in this campaign to con- Feature Twin
but unconquered in shining 'splen- for the future of democracy.I were Jovial Jerry Carter, Burton

dor, she faced the enemy. tinue with me and also you who have long had a: respect for the Schoepf and Francis Whitehair. Old

They sent away tho wounded were not with me, to go with me press that amounts almost to rever- Doc Townsend himself came to ;

first. Men died so that, others in the next campaign. Thankingyou ence. l''' cherish a 'free press equally Florida to speak on behalf of

could escape. It was not so sim- one and all, with free speech. I have followed Jerry's candidacy and the "word"

ple a thing as courage, which the Sincerely, the, fight for a free press in went out on behalf first of "Brother" -

Nazis had in plenty. It was not L. D. (Joe) Raulerson". America from the time of John Schoepf and later "Brother"

so simple a thing as discipline, And on the front page we note Peter Zinger In '1734 down to the Whitehair,. but something went hay- 1Y't
that the defeated candidates, instead -
which can be hammered into men recent decision of the U. S. Supreme wire and the "old folks" failedto
of the burial 1
customary cere-
by a drill sergeant. It was not Court declaring unconstitu- go down the line.. Instead they
mony, are to be guests of honorat ., = ... .,- .. .._ .. ._
the result of careful planning, for tional a Louisiana law that soughtto went in a dozen' different directionsand
a: consolation party in the nature -
there could have been little. license the press. And I have in 'consequence it is doubtfulif I IA
of a fish fry, swamp cabbage
It was the common man of the rejoiced every time., an assault up- the movement will carry much
I and Irish stew dinner. Successful
free countries, rising in all his on the freedom of the press has prestige or receive much serious J '
candidates if they dared crash the
glory out of mill, office, factory, been repulsed. I have long realized consideration in the future.
party, are to be branded and '
mine, farm and ship, applying to that' a free press is the grand. Organized labor took a beautifulrap
thrown in the river. ownlMRft MTORSJ
war the lessons learned when he palladium of the people's, liberty and lost any political prestigeit
is America
I Of such sturdy stuff
went down the shaft to bring out I made. and freedom. might have possessed in its fail-

trapped comrades, when he hurled But, I have also realized that it ure to elect the candidate of its A model for every outboard

the lifeboat through the surf, whenhe was not enough for the press to be choice. In ,consequence: a lot of purpose. Eight Perfected Alter-

endured poverty and hard work .. .. .... just ,free. If it is to truly''serve candidates who considered it imperative Twins. 9
nate Firing
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for his children's sake. Its great function in a democracy it to demand the Union Labelon with REVERSE (found only in

This shining thing in the souls must also be FAIR.I all: their printed matter and Johnsons).

'of free men Hitler cannot com- found the Florida press in the who have groveled at the feet of I MODEL MS: Bantam Single

mand, or attain or ,conquer. ..He recent campaign to be absolutelyfair. labor organizations, during cam- Only 19 lbs. Rugged. $ 51.50

has crushed It, where he could, FULMINATIONS .' None of the dailies and few paign periods now realize that they 1.5 h. p. ....._.._._..__. '\>

from German hearts. of the weeklies supported my can- were Just. wasting their time. I MODEL MD: Deluxe model

It is the great tradition of de- FULLEN WARREN didacy for Governor, but all. of with Ready Pull $ 64.75
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victory. M:..:N N:..:N:N N:N N N:N H N H H N:N:N N N:N N:N N NIt : were generously fair. The news months ago when I contended that Firing Twin. 2.5 C 81.75

accounts of my speeches were given neither the Townsendites nor Labor h. p. .'...._........_.._.
a strictly factual treatment, and I MODEL HA Like HS, butWith
could be counted to vote :
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a equal to that given to the paper's of any endorsement their leaders Starter .......__.........-_
This should
a political pundit. MODEL HD Deluxe model
chosen candidate. The editorial
might make any "word" that
RAMBLINGS have been d ne"in.my maiden mess or with enclosed power
e e comment. on?iny candidacy was not $ 97.00 '
in favor of this
age last week. But I was still a f ; might go out or head _..__..___u..u....__ ,..
By B. B. exactly as would have written it, the
that candidate. I expressed
little "shell-shocked" then from the MODEL LT: Light Alternate
but it was never libelous or un- memb'ersof'
belief that the individual
barrage of ballots that were cast Firing Twin. $112.50

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pletely forgot to set forth a 'statement little below the belt by editorial follow their leaders like a flock of MODEL AT: Like LT, but

"The Rains Came" and if the of policy. blows, as a result of a wild swing sheep but on the contrary would with Ready Pull $120.50Starter

? induced by the frenzy of political judge the candidates on their merit ...._.....______
radio broadcasters who have been I am resolutely determined to
I partisanship for the paper's anointed MODEL DT: Deluxe model
J I and vote as their own judgment
kidding California about their j be verbose and prolix. I will never
candidate, but none of it' :was might dictate, without regard for with enclosed power 132.50
weather had been around they use one adjective where ten can deliberately maliciously unfair.I head ..._.__..._......._...*
would have changed their com- be crowded in. I will not be so or any official pledges that might have MODEL KA: Big Alternate
gratified to learn that
ments. Miami had 'a little matterof much concerned with the meani'ngof was been made., Firing Twin. 9-8 $182.25
there is essential unity between
17 inches in four days, and words, as with the appeal they an Among' the defeated candidates, h., p. .....-.............
of all of ,Florida.
people parts
that is some rainfall. Tampa, ac- make to the aesthetic senses. In two stand out-Fuller Warren and MODEL 'SD: Hi-Power Alternate 4"'

\ cording to the papers, is ,just be- short, I will be more concerned Before the campaign I had hearda Bernarr MacFadden. Fuller' ran .a; Firing Twin $251.00

lot of talk about sectionalism.Some 1C.O h. ..............
ginning its rainy season. We've with sound than with sense.I beautiful race and if he had hada p
said that there was a settled PO Super Powered
,been in between the two We be- propose to do a little light few, days more he would un-
animus on the part of people in Twin. Brilliant S2.0
gan along with. Miami but haven't have in the second 277.00
plagiarising but I will earnestly doubtedly gone
some parts of Florida against people h. p.' .----..-......:....
. had it in quite such large doses. with Holland. As the
strive to avoid violating the copy- living in other parts fthe'State.I primary X. O. certified brake h. p. at

And ,everything was dry enough toiti' light laws. And in turn. every- matter now stands he looks likea 400 r. p. m.-Time Payments
didn't Ididn't
find such feeling.
absorb a great deal of rain. body may crib my stuff without' any I sure bet four years from now if AvailablqWestern

e. Something ought to be done giving me either credit or ,cash. even find any prounounced he' keeps his nose clean and takes '

E t.; about these Thursday afternoons, In ,fact, I will feel flattered to 'have' feeling on the part of small' coun- ordinary care. of his lungs. Auto'
ties against large counties.
} but, we'll admit, we don't know some of my stuff "lifted" .by other Bernarr MacFadden is already being .-
I found that the of all
what. In people Stores Inc.
most small towns Thurs- literary lights. talked. of as an opponent of Associate
Florida are almost one big family. .
day during the summer leaves a These weekly ,"state papers" will Claude Pepper four years from now .
And that is not, just a trite figureof VAN C. :NELMS, Manager
;. half-day free for .
everybody deal
, primarily with politics: But I and considering the amazing race pI
speech. It is literally ,true. I
and if you want a picnic, baseball occasionally I will veer from, my met, hundreds of people down in he ran in the first primary' a lot I I
game, or any other kind of outing course and give a little homily on ; -------
" South Florida who had moved there
;' you have nothing to worry about. home, a short sermon on service

?(:: ,Here most, of us are on the pay- or .an erudite essay on education. from North or West Florida. They, ::=..:..:..:..:..:..:o.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..;..:..:..:';':..:..:..:..;..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:,.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..'
had kinfolks where came '
: up they .0
; roll of
the U.
S. Engineers or the In the wide discursive range of my :. 'ti -
?, U. S. Sugar Corporation. Theydon't discussions might even touch from. Many of them keep 'uP.a ': _

; take Thursday: afternoons off, lightly on finance, and occasionallymake correspondence with the folks back

- but hold to their home. They are almost as interested I I'i.
;.-J' -- year-round cus- a brief excursion into the
: tom of calling the :week ended at realm of romance.I in what happens back where i Thank You :t

; they moved from as they are in' .!.
noon on Saturday. Our baseball ,
: am not going to write anything -
V boys therefore ,what is' going on where they are .t,
have to play a unkind about anybody. I Hk'e '.' \
living. This makes for 'an essential
t double-header every Sunday to everybody I have no fault to find V'i' .t.

: keep up with the league. with anybody. I think it is unity of all the people of Florida. expressedat ;
in :
none Your confidence me as :
"i'.. Miami stores And I found that there is a .:;:
are closing on of my business what my neighbordoes .:.
realization ad- "
growing that what
Wednesdays instead of Thursdays, or fails to do, so long as he : 28th fills :!:
:: the Tuesday,
so all those folks for miles around doesn't violate any other person's versely affects one part of Florida, ; polls on .:' $ .

who want to take ultimately hurts the entire State;' .t
advantage of rights.I .
'their own half-holiday to shop in don't like a lot of conditions. and that what helps one part of :!: me with gratitude. :!::'

Miami the State, ultimately benefits all "
will find the .
stores \
'q' open And I find fault with some institu- ':

;;/': : and ready to serve them. tions. I may occasionally take a Florida. V I deeply appreciate everything my :!:

",- : And at least 'one Fort Myers I pot-shot at some condition or institution --- :*!:

e:.' store lem, by has arranging'solved the one varying afternoon prob- quite obvious But, ,for I reasons:will assiduously that are 1' .:..:....:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:,.:..:..:..:..:..:..:w:..:,.:..:..:..:. :::: friends did in 'my behalf' and 'it is to, you :'.:

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p' week off for, 'and each not employee closing during the store the I refrain the great from institution making that any is attack publishing on- ::;.: that I owe everlasting appreciation. :;;:

.: Too Late To
at all. ClassifyBy y
I this stuff-no matter how I

*' may feel. 1 I shall to the people of my J;
v: We lived for two years in Perry, The recent campaign confirmedmy RUSSELL KAY try repay

:' the heart county of the seat of Taylor county, faith in the fairness of the ':..:..:.,:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:... :: county for this confidence by making ::

i cypress industry, and public and the press. I addressed t :".

whatever goes on up" there is still many' people whom I knew had I don't know who the ''I
t'' of interest to us. Perhaps that's little guy was :': them a good tax collector and earnestly :.x.:
'' why' regard for me personally, and who rang my telephone at 4 A. :M. t
we happened to read these less regard for my platform, but last Wednesday moring and started .
"Thank You" ads of defeated :: solicit ;
can- they were always courteous and singing "It's Whitehall' Every your cooperation.
didates in last week's '.'
r News. Taylor County considerate' in the hearing they gave where" in a deep whisky] tenor, but .'. 7
you'll t
mr read themyou'll me. I was heckled only one time, I've been thinking it over, and I :!:
agree with us that those ::
and then by a diunk.. The people want to take this opportunity to '
e:; folks up there have a spirit of R'N Miller
were I
always generous with their
detormination that will not admit express my apology for my appar- ;
defeat: applause, even, if they were a ,little ent lack of appreciation. lunny- .t. ...t.toO' ..

;: stingy m places with their votes. I sure it was' funny-only somehowI t' eta

, Firstfro. a defeated candidatefor I found that the people are very just didn't seem to realize it at: ,+ ,.

representative: well informed about public matters. the time. y
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PEOPLE; OF Several times when I inadvertently Anyhow, the political wars are ,.'jU";..;..:..;..x..H..:X..H..H..:..tN:..:..NI:..:11.Nr16. :..:..:":":_:":":":":":":":":":":H-:":":":":":": :":":":":

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THE CLEWISTON COMMUNITY m.., James E. Beardsley is the choir few weeks. I .
CHURCH director and Mrs. J. H. Doty is The C. E. meets Monday 7:30p. f fl./zapp A maiz ;: ,
pianist. m. Lee Pridgen is president and
KENT PENDLETON. Minister The sermon will be delivered by Mary Ann Jones is the program Good FarmLand

The Bible School meets at 9:45a. The Rev. F. E. Birkett of Illinois. leader.
.. 'm. with B. Flaniken supt. father of Mrs. Miles A Thomas, "
The Worship hour is at 11:00 a. who is visiting Clewiston for a FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH ,
The Friendly Church
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__ _H REV. H. G.-McLeROY' Pastor tor Rent

I J Sunday school 9:45 a. m., B. .
E. .Herring, superintendent. w1 !
Morning worship 11:00 a. m. /
0 Let Us and 8:00 p. m. sermon by pastor. _
Training Union worship meets
6:45 p.. m., Arch hodges director. I ,
You With Evening worship, 8:00 "p.< m. TrespassersWill '
Supply .
: sermon by pastor.Intermediate
; ,. : G. A's. meet ,Monday Be '
.. ..'.',, 2:30 p. m. with, Mrs. Dixonin .
'. J ProsecutedClewiston
: charge.
:.' ." "';'::" Sunbeams meet at the church
Monday 330.: Mrs. Robison in 1tiiii
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; ,.l .:4 RULED FORMS 'HY: :?- Tuesday at 3:30 p. m. Mrs. B. E.
"", h' ; Herring will be in charge. of the .
\ i-"f' program. All women :are urged to ; : i ,
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,';, : Junior G.' A's. meet at the church Realty
.:. f::; : ENVELOPES .;;i :;.'. Wednesday at 3:30 p. m. Mrs. '
: ; :i- : >. : Hodges is in charge. DevelopmentCorporation Clewiston Federal
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FHA [To Build Insured Savings
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Pahokee Camp M Events in the Lives of Little Men 4\ \ Increase In State .a


Construction of a second camp Washington, May 31-Savings

for white migratory agricultural THE IDEA COMING DOWN TO totaling $37,908,560 had been .invested 1
workers, this one near Pahokee,
was assured for the Lake Okee- DINNER KWHSUCH HANDS / by the public in.the. 47
insured savings and loan associations -
chobee area as bids were opened DIRT IS GROUND
HE ,
: in Florida as of May 1, it
Wednesday of last week by E. S. 000DNE5SHE
Morgan. southeastern farm security ( J kNUCkLES was stated today by Nugent Fallon,
General Manager of the Federal
administrator director, in Montgomery -
Savings and Loan Insurance Corpor-
Ala. ation. In the first four months of

The Southeastern Manufacturing this year, new savings placed in
Company of Tuscaloosa, Ala., sub these institutions aggregated $12-
mitted the low bid of $220,810. 271,780.
Two other bids by Watt & Sinclairand a
A total of 38,856 savers are now
Chalker & Lund companies,
using the thrift facilities of the
both of West Palm Beach, were for iro-
Florida associations. Their savings b"
$225,586 and $229,695 respectively.
are fully protected against loss
This camp will be the second in
to $5,000 per account by the In-
Florida for white workers. The
surance Corporation, a Federal Government -
first recently was established near W instrumentality.Home .
Another has been >
Belle Glade. .
built near :Belle Glade for negro ( ...'.,: loans made by the asso-
workers. ciations numbered 594 and amounted -
/j41 to $2,125,700 in April. As of .
The Patiokee camp-: accomo- \
\ April 30, 'home mortgage loans on
date 180 families, will provide 75
the books of these associations
duplex shelters, 30 labor homes, '
aggregated $48,389,980.
one assembly building, one utility
building, four comfort stations, a Assets of, the institutions totaled

nursery, clinic, an isolation utility, r $55,450,690 on May 1. The asso- _
manager's dwelling, office and garage ciations include 46 operating under (. .

three hose cart house, play Federal charter and. one under

ground equipment, roads, walks, : state charter.

water supply, sewerage disposal and
other camps, are contem- CHURCH

plated for Florida. Constructionon Rev. Lawrence J. Flynn, Pastor
the Pahokee project will beginin

June, to be completed within
Mass each Sunday morning at

220 days. MARBLE YiME 8 o'clock, excepting the last Sunday If'
Confessions are heard every Saturday -
Tampa, June 7.-FNS-W. H. Lakeport Tomatoes that further picking will- be profit- to mean that traffic will! be permitted evening from 7:30'until 8:30

Warner district supervisor of 18 able. to use the route even during and before all the Masses.

counties for the NYA, announced Undamaged By In addition to the tomato acre- i surfacing operations which are now Weekday Mass every morning at'

this week that. in line with the age Mr. Aly has raised two success- underway. It is expected that the 8:00. o'clock.Devotions .
ful of squash on the Lakeport
national crops
preparedness program Torrential Rains
surfacing will be applied within in honor of Our Lady ;
machine and farm during the past year
supply depots, shops of
Perpetual Help are conducted
both light and heavy wood work- reported'to have 'netted him three months from Twenty-Milo
Friday evenings at 8 o'clock, followed -
Ing shops are being established (Moore Haven Democrat) about '$4500. He has farmed elsewhere Bend into- South Bay, the northern 'Benediction
by of the' Most.
about the lake on a large terminus, which will finished -
throughout this area for the train- The acreage of tomatoes at Lake- give a Blessed I.
scale but at none of these places into Fort Lauderdale.The } "
of NYA. students the highway
ing ,
purpose port owned by J. S. Aly and asso r
being to train them for work in ciated of Lake Harbor which has were his efforts so successful as. In fork rff the road between the Religious Instruction Class for
Glades county. Bend and Miami will not be sur- children Saturday morning at nine
war industries as well as for service already yielded a bountiful crop of
here in Clewiston, and after
faced until the road-bed has been
mechanics in ,the and
\ rq army navy. fruit, is reported undamaged by
These special training shops will the torrential rains of the past Road 26 Is Opened'To allowed time, to. properly settle. Mass In Pahokee.
The Mass schedule oZ i: Pahokee Is
be located at Tampa, Orlando, week and picking is continuing as I The roadway. is twenty-twQ feet I I
Bushnell, Lakeland, Sarasota and usual, Traffic This .WeekRoad I wide and is built on a base of 10:30 every Sunday, excepting the
last Sunday of the month, when
I solid rock excavated from beneaththe
other points. Subjects taught at I Chief reason given for the crop's
Mass is at eight o'clock. The pub
stripped off
these shops will include woodworking escape is that the rainfall in the muck which was lie
metal work, blacksmithing, Lakeport area was much less severe 26 which links Fort ,Laud- before the grade was thrown up. regardless of religious belief
erdale and Miami with- the rich Canals are at considerable distance lis always welcoro0 In this church. r
body building, automobile and avia- than in the area around Moore I
tion mechanics, radio and plumbing, Haven and in the area north of farming areas around Lake Okee- from the toe of the road slope I't-

cooking and general mechanics. Lakeport. The tomatoes are also chobee was opened last Saturday which makes this a much safer by the route. The distance now,

.". "The whole purpose of this pro- planted on a sandy soil permittingthem according to news dispatches from road than the majority of those from Miami to South Bay by West
"' wetter weather. Miami. constructed in the 'glades. Palm Beach is given at 115 miles
, gram, Warner stated, "is to train to stand much '
these boys to become good me- It is understood that the tomato Surfacing of the road is. not yet The distance from the lake to and this will be reduced to. 57

' chanics so that the army and navy crop. elsewhere about the lake has complete but the opening is. taken Miami will be materially shortened miles.

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. have available mechanics to help by the rains. :M; ;NNN:NN NN N NNN N N : :N: : : : : : : : : : : : :NNNNN: : : : : : : : :NN: :NNN: : : : : : : : : : : : :N:N:NNNNNNN: : XH|
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r'; prepare new Mr. Aly is reported to have taken "
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off about 5,000 lugs of tomatoes .;'.:" : .s.
, Too Late To Classify from the acreage at Lakeport,. said :" XXA'
to be about ninety acres. He has "
V under construction a packing shedon :::.:' : : YY.

'T.'..'' Continued from Page 4) the place. there which could not IIt! : ':.:..<'!..!' :" ,....,.., ENJOY .AN' ,. ';, .''. 'I IIAX; ;
be time to "
tage most of the completed in pack '
over defeated can- .
' this season's and all'packinghas :: : i ? .1 ::::
\ didates for he still has his Rail crop :: -:. i

road Commission job to fall back been. done on the A. C. L. express ;.!; .,e' ..... ALL' ELECTRIC ., ,'",I 8: :

I/ on, which will insure him, grits and platform in Moore Haven Be- :..i. .. ', <'I, ,
gravy until it's time for him to tween seven and eight cars .have. *; X -'Y.. ,, :!::;:
::' run again. been shipped. +; .i. ,fl"" HOME AXS:i
; Well, Mr. and Mrs. :Voter have The of tomatoes '
price was very .
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; had their say and. their decision is good early in the season but began :::5;:! :.i
final, and it now becomes the duty dropping a couple of weeks ago '.:"i..:. :"i'
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ii of all to recognize the will of the and the last two cars shipped are : :::::: r

majority and all join in support said to have brought a deficit :: : .:..!. V"
a'. of those placed in office. They are rather than a profit and pickinghad I ::::
'.:;. entitled to such support and every been suspended when the rains : Electricity is the modern servant; a servant that ....

,:.:>','' fair minded, right thinking citizen came. It is believed now that the I :;::;: takes care of both the work and the pleasures of the :::::;:
: .; will gladly give it. price advance to the extent
-" may :i[::!: home and one that will do 'everything quickly, efficiently :';.:.:.:
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Safety of pV1NGS q :;::;: One penny will toast 26 crunchy slices of toast, or :ftAS::: .

** give your eyes two hours of safe reading light or operate : :;:

. : your radio for most of a day-and-ELECTRICITY is *:;:

YY yy one thing that gets cheaper the more of it that you use. ::::

UP TO $5,000 i III 11 0 Y.t.. i!'.:.. h
:. .1 by an instrumentality 9, 5000. Q ::y YJLA:::t @ That is why it: is so easy to have and enjoy a home. t :?::::
;; StatesGovernment NC F C0 QO .;_:j that is all electric and modern. :::.;.
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; .. a safe investmentwith :*::;;: ANT-USE IT EXTRAVAGANTLY. : : ( :XA XA;::;:

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withdrawal fees .A..!" AIViii 't.'s.fy.s. ,

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i i"'.: Clewiston Federal Savings 1n:iii: ; _Y'i! and I light!i_ 44M.:if.I.E:

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4')ii.Iii.; FRIDAY, JUNE 7, 1940 .-- THE CLEWISTOX NEWS 1'AGh,

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Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Lanier and Bob Patterson left Tuesday for ,
DanielsMooreMrs. GENE LAND CELEBRATES sTir, :
Mr. and Mrs. C.. J. Lovvorn I ,x ,
were Jacksonville for a short visit before '
Sunday visitors in West Palm going on to Fort BennIng, Ga. fora .- _" ', :

Personals J Beach. six week's training period. Co- Lola Gray Moore of Clewis ','.... 'I

burn Moore and James Beardsleyleft ton and P. R. Daniel, of Houston, Land celebrated his eighth >--':; ::
Mrs. Miles Thomas and daughter, Wednesday for Fort Benning.All birthday with a party at his home :
Carolyn, and parents Rev. and Mrs.F. Texas were married Wednesday in Monday afternoon. Several "
j are advanced military studentsat games .
E. Birkett at West Palm Beach by Dr. A. B.
spent Tuesday and
Arthur Martin was a visitor in the University of Florida and were played prizes won by Gene
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Fort Myers Beach. Knight, pastor ,of the First Bledsoe, Jimmy Johnson and '
Miami' for several days last week. the six weeks camp is part of their Baptist Joe, _

i 1 ,:Mr.\ and Mrs. Carl Berner were training Church. Schroeder

T. J. Reilly, visited his family in visitors in LaBelle Tuesday night, Mrs. Daniel is the attractive A red, white and blue color .
J Mr. and Mrs. Fred C, Halmos of scheme was carried out, '
Mr. Berner the and jacks
Winter Haven this week. attending county daughter, .of Carawan Nelson, senior '
I democratic executive committee Los Angeles spent the week-end in and balloons were given as favors. -

r Mrs. Blanche Turner spent the meeting. Clewiston, visiting their neice, Mrs. engineer in charge of the ''ClewIst Birthday cake and. ice cream were <:=

M. M. Prewitt, and her family Mrs. sub-office: U. S. Engineers and Mrs.[ served.
week-end in Okeechobee and Fort
Ed Colycr, Robert Kelly and Prewitt accompanied them on a Nelson and has'resided here for and The guests included Richard

Pierce. Beder Nail motored to Miami Wednesday three day trip to Cuba, leaving years, moving with her parents Knight, Kay Bowden, Skippy Coth- .

Mr. ,Nail remaining for Sunday and returning Wednesday.The from Jacksonville. ern, Joe. Schroeder Jimmy Johnson,

J. Irvin Davis left Wednesday for several. days on business. at Cat party made the trip by Pan- Harry Vaughn, Gene and Jacqueline Y

-: Albany! Ga., after spending several Cay. American plane form Miami, and Attending the quiet ceremony Bledsoe, Bob Berner, Rannan Simmons '

'j! .' days here on. business spent the time in Havana, malting were Mrs. Nelson, Mrs. A. R. Broad- Shirley Benbow, Anne Pre

-- Mrs. D. G. Alston and Miss trips across the island from there. I foot and Mrs. L. C. Miller.' witt, Jack 'and Ernest Redish, and

1 i Miss Jean Slater of West Palm Martha Nell ,Alston have returned Mr., Prewitt and the children met Mr. and Mrs. Daniel spent a few I Margie Allen. '

from a ,visit with Mrs. Alston's Mrs. Prewitt in West Palm. Beach day on the lower 'East Coast and
is the Mr. Mrs.
Beach of and
guest mother and other relatives in Col- .
I' Wednesday night. will leave on Monday accompaniedby '
R. C. Wilson. CHURCH '
umbus. ;
Leonard Moore, to reside in ,
VAUGHN HOME SCENE OF CARD Houston where Mr. Daniel is owner -

I Elbert L. Stewart attended a Mr., and Mrs. Clayton Atchisonand PARTY THURSDAY AFTERNOON and operator' of the ,Daniel Radia- South Clewiston -

meeting of legislative nominees held baby son and Mr. and Mrs. tor Shop. Services Every Sunday: I

in Orlando this week.' Henry Hare of Fort Myers spent Mrs. W. P Vaughn, sr., and Mrs. Sunday school at 10:00 a. m.

Sunday here visiting Mr. and Mrs Harry T. Vaughn entertained 'Thurs Morning worship 11 a. m. -

\ '._ Miss Virginia Lawhon left yesterday B. M. Hatch. day afternoon with a Michigan and MRS.WITH PATTERSOX BRIDGE PARTY ENTERTAINS Young Peoples meeting 6: 30' P>

bridge'party. Out of town Rev. M. M.
guests m. Dudley, director.
: for a visit with her parents in
,, Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Jenkins and I were. Mrs. R. J. Friedrichsen and Evangelistic services, 7:45 p. m

. ,;. Crestview.. children and Mrs. Ward Roberts Mrs., L. R. Johnson of Pensacolaand Mrs. R. Y. Patterson was hostessat Tuesday evening service,. 7:30 P.

and children, will arrive tomorrowto Mrs. Alfred Scharnberg, of a card party at her home Wed- m. ,

I Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Are spent spend the week-end with Mr. New: York City. Each of these nesday, complimenting her ,sister Friday evening service 7:30 P.

the week-end in Okeechobee with and Mrs. Roy Alston.Mr. guests were given handkerchiefsas and mother, Mrs. R. J. Friedrichsenand m.
Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Zander.Mr. I .- mementoes of the afternoon., Mrs. L. R. Johnson of Pensa- The public is cordially invited to .Y

,. and Mrs. Fred Sterchi left Mrs. Olin Carleton received a box cola, and Mrs. :Mae Drew Lee, of attend all services.

-" and Mrs. Wade Winn of "Wednesday for Knoxville, Tenn., of bath powder for high score, at Crescent City. J. ;.

Belle Glade were business visitors where Mr. Sterchi has taken a Michigan, Mrs. C. E. Miner a First prize .at bridge, a pair of J., M. COUSE .'
position. He has been associatedfor pocketbook as high prize at bridge. .
here Wednesday.L. cut-wock pillow-cases, was won by ,
..i i several months with the U. S. Mrs. W. C. Prewitt made the lucky / -
Mrs. M. E. Von Mach, second prize, Counselor and Attorney at Law

O. Gravely of LaBelle was a Engineers.W. cut which won a pair of printed a crystal cake plate, 'by Mrs. Hopkins BuildingWednesdays ;

kitchen towels.Sandwiches Keathley Bowden, and low, talcum and '
Saturdays .
business visitor in Clewiston Thurs
'. _.' I C. Owen, jr. returned Tues- cakes. and coffee were powder, by Mrs. H. R. Hall. Mrs. 0:30 to 4:00

day. day-from Sweetwater, Tenn., wherehe served by the hostesses to Mrs. O. A. Jones won a 'crystal bowl for t _

graduated with honors from Friedrichsen, Mrs. Johnson, Mrs. first prize at Michigan, and Mrs.J. "j

Miss Leah RIchaud spent the Tennessee Military Institute. Mr. Carleton, Mrs. Scharnberg, Mrs. I. W. Ezelle won a bag 'for cut GlnMnen Scientifically Uroken LCIIHCN ':

week visiting friends in Delray Owen met his son in West Palm D. Leydig' Mrs. George Bellamy, prize. Each of the honorees receiveda Fitted and Repaired Duplicated ':
Beach. Beach., Mrs. M.V.. Bigg, Mis. R.Y.. remembrance, Mrs. Friedrichsen,
I Patterson, Mrs. E. C. Mills, Mrs. Optometrist :
I "_ hose and Mrs. Johnson and .Mrs. '

j Mis. Harold Hawkins is 'spending Dr. and Mrs. O. ,F. Schiffli, Nick, I H., J. B. Scharnberg, Mrs. Miner, Lee toiletries. Phone Fort IDS MycrH 5, Collier Florida Arcade j.J'

I Mis. Prewitt, Mrs. W. F. Simpson Successor 1C H. OakleyJohnson's .
t Dick and Johnnie Schiffli, are leav- Sandwiches cakes and coffee
L.f ,- the week in LaBelle with her ,',were
Mrs. M. J. Hirsch and Mrs. C. W.
ing tomorrow for their summer served to Mrs. H. J. B. Scharnberg;
J.- mother, Mrs. Lucy Lowery. Fuller.
' I home in Highlands, N. C. Dr. Mrs. B. A. Bourne, Mrs. Claude L.
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;. Schiffli will return after a short Downs, Mrs' Elbert Stewart, Mrs.
Miss Mae Palmer and Miss Virgie.
week-end visiting visit, but Mrs. Schiffli and the boys Carl Johnson, Mrs. E. C. Mills,
O'Bannen spent the BRIDGE PARTY TUESDAYMrs.
I i will remain through the summer. Mrs. W. H. Lanier, Mrs. W. W.
i friends in Miami. (Near. Hurricane Gate)
Perry, Mis. Harry Vaughn Mrs.
l -- J. W. Ezelle Cleuiston Fla.
I Mrs. Mae Drew Lee, of Crescent Otto Larsen, Mrs. H. R. Hall, Mrs. ,
Miss ,Ruth Nixon is spending' her
City, arrived Saturday for a visit with a card party Tuesday after- Bowden, Mrs., Lee, Mrs. J. W. Boats and l\Iotors-Guide Service .
vacation with friends in West Palm
with Mrs. J. v,'. Ezelle, and other noon in honor of her house guest, Ezelle, Mrs. 'W. C. Prewitt, Mrs. 'Rates Reasonable

Beach friends in Clewiston. Mrs. Lee was Mrs. Mae Drew Lee, of Crescent City, O. F. SchiffH, Mrs.V.. C. Owen, W. H. Johnson, Mgr.. .

first grade teacher in the Clewiston Vases of gerbera, roses, gladioli, Mrs. Henricksen, 1Irs.lI.. A.
Mrs. L. C. Rosenberg is leaving I
daisies and dahlias
I II school for several terms, leaving were arrangedin Thomas, Mrs. C. L. McLendon, Mrs.
, Sunday for a visit of several weeks the
here five years ago., -, living room. W.. E. Bolton, TMrs....W.. Simpson,
with' her parents in :Atlanta.
Mrs. E. C. 1Iifls'r
I a Mrs. C.-E. Miner, Miss Ollie Moor

C. E. Miner left yesterday for crystal pitcher and glasses' as high man, Mrs., F. Deane Duff, Mrs. :MECHANICAL, STRUCTURAL
I Mrs. E. W. Durst leaves tomorrow -
Ocala score piize at bridge; Mrs. W. C. Crochet ARCHITECTURAL DESIGNS
to attend the, graduation Sidney L. Mrs. G. H. j 1
for Miami for few
days' visit with friends. I exercises, of the Ocala High School Owen received a bar caddy as Small, Mrs. M. E.: Von Mach, Mrs. Maps Estimates .

tonight. His son, Neal Clark Miner, second high, and Mrs. Harry W. P. Vaughn, sr., Mrs. L. R. JOHN II. DOTY ,

is one 'of the graduates. Mr. Miner Vaughn a Fostorla dish as low Johnson, Mrs. M. W. Bigg, Mrs. }il
Mrs. Paul Rardin
Mrs. J.
and V.
Engineering Consultant
will also make a business trip to prize. Mrs. B. C. Flaniken receiveda R. J. Friedrichsen, Mrs. O. A. I t ;
Thomas of Canal Point visit-
ors in Clewiston Thursday.were Tallahassee before returning. box of bath powder- as high prizeat Jones, Mrs. H. C. Jones and .Mrs. Hopkins Bldg. Clewiston, Fla. ,

Michigen. Mrs. Lee won the H. C. Kolstad. I r

Mr. and Mrs. Willard F. Simpson cut prize a novel note case. Re-
Mr: and Mrs. F. D. Duff have asa
spent the week-end in Tampa. membrances were'given to Mrs. :

their guests this week their nep- Mrs. Simpson's mother, Mrs. Olin Lee and to Mrs. R. J. .Fri drich- .::.:NN:..:HNMN:..:M:..:..:..:;.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:...:..:NNNNNNNI.:H:NI.:N1INNNNM:..:1:NN:NNN.:.:..:1 i
hews and Beach of
Sandy Teddy
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sen and Mrs. L. R. Johnson of
Carleton, who accompanied them .
Palm, Beach. returned to her home in Atlanta, Pensacola, who were also guests. J.

after spending six months in Clew- The guest list included Mrs. G. 1 Thank You Friends
Mr. and Mrs. Mr.
Hamp Conerly
i iston. T. Augur, Mis. D. G. Alston, Mis.
I .. and Mrs. Franklin Walker and Miss J. E. .i.: 'i', ,
Beaidfeley, Mrs. Keathley '
Mary Lightsey of Okeechobee were .' '.
.. '
Bowden, Mrs. Lee, Mrs. F. Deane
visitors Mrs. P. M. McIntyre, jr. returned -
Sunday here.-
home Thursday from Montgomery Duff, Mrs. C. L. Downs, Mrs. B. '* Your friendship, kindness and con-, y

Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Hatch and Ala., where she has spent C. ,Flauiken Mrs. ,Fred Mrs. Henriksen R. J. Friedrichsen Mrs.- :|!: fidence in me, remaining loyal through .- =:

I children tomorrow, Doris for and a six Roy week's, are leaving visit- several, who weeks has been with quite her ill.fatherinlaw Pete- H. R. Hall, Mrs. Carl Johnson, :|!: the second primary as manifested in the :j i:

Mrs. L. R.; Johnson Mrs. H. C.
.JI with relatives in Baltimore. McIntyre, who accompanied her Kolstad Mrs. : :!: nice vote you gave me makes me deeply *
Otto Larsen, Miss
home, went up for a visit of a !
"'i' few days. Ruth Marshall, Mrs., E. C. Mills, :|: grateful. I shall continue to take a deep -, :
r Mrs. Glen Etherton is spending ''
several days in'Miami this week Mrs.Patterson W.. C. Owen, Mrs. R. Y. :?i: interest in the affairs of the'county.. :|:
Mrs. W. C. Prewitt, Mrs
visiting her mother, Mrs. F. R. ,LloYd'Kelly, who has been resid- I
O. F. Schiffli, Mrs. E. L. Stewart
Maxwell.D. ing with his uncle, E. E. Kelly, for I :!: Cordially :!:
the Mrs. H. J. B. Scharnberg, Mrs. ,
past few months, is visitinghis ,
W. F. Simpson, Mrs. G. B.. Thomas,
W. Beardsley left parents" Kearney, Missouri.
Mrs. H. T: Mrs. L. H. r
Lloyd receives his at Mrs. Homer
his home in Chicago after spend- degree com- Robbins. Taylor '

ing the winter with his son, J. mencement exercises at"the Uni-

E. Beardsley and family. versity of Missouri this week, having '
completed his studies there' be- "
A. R. Broadfoot made a short fore coming to Clewiston.Mrs. .
inspection the Kissimmee

River for the U.up S. Engineers last G. T. Augur and daughter, The regular monthly business .;..:..:.:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.;.
Carol, and Mrs. meeting of the Ladies Sunday ::;
week. ;' B. C. Flaniken and ::: -
School Class, Baptist ,church, was
children, Bevoly and Bettye Carol,
f' held at the home of Mrs. D. B. :r: : ::
: John Perry of Lake Wales has returned Monday night from 'Jack- ,
Allen Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. L. SOL '
taken a position in the office of the sonville, where Mrs. Augur visiteda .:. 'J"y
C. Miller
Clewiston Realty and Development sister, and Mrs Flaniken visitedMr. was y

'Corporation. and Mrs. I. M. Pafford. Jean After the meeting refreshments ::
of cookies'and iced drink :_: 4
an were
i. Augur who TWO
accompanied them to : .
served by the hostesses to Mrs. .J. '' ,
I Jacksonville
Miss ,Elizabeth Draughn of Moore remained for several
Haven was the over-night guest of ([ weeks longer. W. J. Robison Mis. C. W. Simmons, ; : ::
Mrs. M. A. Thomas, Mrs. Don : ,
: Misses and Roberta ,
/ Betty Spicer .
: Pullen, Mrs. R. J. Blount, Mrs. H. -
I I Dick
Tuesday. who has been a
= guest at the J. E. Beardsley home E. Walker, Mrs. A. R. Broadfoot' .;. "'.,.y THIS WEEK ::.J.'J' :
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Mrs. J. Whitaker, Mrs. C. Nel- ':' ,,... -\ .
for the -
Mrs. Jimmy Wilson returned past two weeks will leave

r', J' Tuesday from a visit of several Sunday for Quantico where he is son, Mrs. E. M. Coruette, Mrs. A. :;: take advantage of *- :.:: ',.
Are to
H. King, Mrs. A. W. Dodge and planning
stationed :
; days with her mother, Mrs. Charles with the U. S. Marines. Mrs. .:. '. t 'J" Ji
M. C. Doke.
: ; Moran in Immokalee. Mrs. Beardsley, her mother Mis.
I ?' :=
for future
I' .. ____ I L. H. Robbins and Bruce Beardsley :i: present 'prices security" ; -i .
I j' Mrs. B. will him PARTY AT BEARDSLEYS t' .. ..' :
M. Hatch, Mrs. W. F. accompany to Washingtonand "
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Simpson, Mrs. H. C. Kolstad spend some time there visit- ; --- .. '

and Mrs. K. Bowden were visitors ing relatives. .!: .
Dick Redditt, a guest at the x
Friday in Fort Myers. Beardsley home for the past two J. ; r j

:':.'. ------- Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Lawrencewill weeks was honored Tuesday night :|i: J. E. Beardsley |::

: Mrs.
: H. L. DeLaney of LaBelle leave tomorrow for a three with a Pit: paity given by the

spent the week-end ,here with her weeks' vacation. They will visit Beardsley boys.Refreshments. | ,
: -' son-in-law and daughter,. Mr.. and Mr. Lawrence's parents, Mr. and of s t r a w b eY r y ,

:. Mrs. Harry Turner. Mrs. A. L. Lawrence, at Reading, shortcake were served ,to: Misses ::
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,.- Minnesota, and will attend the Kiwanis Elizabeth Draughn- Moore Haven, t JIM. BEARDSLEY 't. 1

Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Oliver, Mr. International 'Convention at Edith Aly, Julia Goodbread, Mary y.g BETTY SPIDER MILDRED DURST :X: p ,

and Mrs. H. C. Kolstad and Kim Minneapolis. Mr. Lawrence Is a Louise Jeffries, Betty Rawl of South :: -

Kolstad spent Thursday on a fish- delegate from the local KIwanis Bay, Jack Ratley of South Bay and |; |

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THE STORY THUS FAR badly. I can't think of them. I can't drew the negligee around her, wrig- Independence, and they were used
I think of anything except being with gled her feet into the mules. "That with effect in blockading French

Charming, wealthy Gabriella (Gay for short) Graham, engaged to Todd Janeway, returns I you." Her eyes lifted above his makes everything practically per- ports during the Napoleonic
woods accompanied by a friend, Kate Ol1ver. The : she cried wars.
to a cabin In ,the Maine shoulder. "The moon, fect.
idea Of a Stay In the cabin occurred to hGl' when she received a key to It follow- During the Nineteenth century every -
Ing the death of her godfather, Uncle John Lawrence. The two girls' notice thatBoTneonc softly, breathlessly."It's "Your bath is ready." Mathilde navy in the world experimented -
Is living In the cabin. Kate suspects that Gay knows the; Identity a of the so peaceful." She sighed. "I smiled at Gay's excitement. "Will with mines. Sir Charles Pas-
He Is John Houghton young
doctor mysterious; whom occupant.Gay had The known mystery In previous man returns.years. Immediately aggressive Gay asks can't imagine being. in the city." you have breakfast. tray?" ley invented an electrically discharged -

Mm by what right he Is In the cabin. His right she finds, is greater than her own. "Will you be?" "Orange'juice and coffee." Gay mine in 1839. And in the
It from his Uncle John
but than that Is heir to
He too possesses a key more that he "I don't know. Mother and Rob disappeared into the bathroom. 1860s Robert
Gay's godfather. Cay Is high handed with him. and he states courteously "I Whitehead intro-
will leave. Looking at him in the doorway, her old feelings return. She knows that ert, my step-father, are still in won't have time for' anything else." duced,the'first self-propelling mine
Is to her than Is Todd Janeway the man she is to marry. Gay
he asks John more to necessary reconsider his decision to leave. The next morning brings a different Southampton, I suppose. They'll be On the walls of the bathroom wild -the torpedo. In 1914-18 mines

feeling, and John decides to remain for his vacation-one more week. The night moving into the city, though, now orchids grew lush among tropical accounted for some 500 ships, and
before Gay and Kate are to return home to New York John gets an urgent requestto that there isn't to be a wedding.Dad trees. The .alcove in ,which the tub torpedoes destroyed four times as orI
call at a nearby farm. Gay accompanies him while he cares for the patient. I )0
Returning to the cabin at a late hour John stops the car. He tells Gay that he and Aunt Flora may not open was set was paneled with mirrors. many.
loves her and she admits that he is necessary to her happiness. Meanwhile, wor the town house this winter. They're Gay, splashing vigorously, made
Kate has called Todd Janeway in New York. She knows that
ried by their absence
Gay and John feel a strong attachment for each other, and wants Todd to come thinking of staying on at 'Dunedin.? none of her customary mental observations -
to Maine where he can talk to Gay. Todd arrives while Kate Is alone. She breaks I want to be where time will pass upon the results achievedby
the news to him. Todd warm hearted and generous, is heartsick but refuses to become quickly. I don't know-" the ''interior decorator who
melodramatic. Gay and John who have been canoeing, return to the cabin, young
there to find Todd.CHAPTER. "When you talk of your family-" was her mother's latest protegee.All .
John paused. of her attention was centered

"What?" she asked quickly. "You upon the fact, incredible but excit-
VIContinued9 choir-boys and brides-maids and sound-" ingly true, that John was arriving

confetti: I wanted us to do all the in New York on this'the morning of
"I lose you, he said diffidently.
Yes, Todd was attractive. He silly things people used to before "Here we are so close. When you Christmas Eve, for a holiday visit.

wore his well-cut clothes with a non romance and sentiment went out of go away-I can't even imagine what "Noel, Noel," she sang, rubbing PHOTOFINISHING

chalant air and his manner, even style. I thought" that after we were your life is there. If I could say herself with a soft warmed towel. I

in this difficult situation, was poised, married- every hour during the day, now Gayis or an instant the song recalled the I .... r DOUBLE-SIZE PRINTS! '
considerate, assured. In comparison "How little I've known you," she waiting for the post-man, now Christmas Eve she'd spent at schoolin -r. ':1 8 expo roll developed,printed.25c; ,"
.I I 18 exp.,4Oc;reprints.each One-
John seemed a little clumsy, marveled. she's playing tennis, now she's hav- Switzerland. She'd like to go I\ (. t day service.Bend negative for

diffident, unsure. What was it in "And how little I've known you. ing lunch, now she's walking down into a Catholic church this evening, Ish.free,..sample B.x 118-B Mallway,Evansville Photofln-,Ind.
him that aroused devastat; You've of this at 'twilight, a French Catholic !
a more never spoken place, town to get a soda at, the drug-
ing emotion than, in all the years of of John. I had no idea that when store, I would feel closer to you. church, where candle-light would STAMPS

knowing him, she had ever felt for he came to your debutante party, But I can't imagine your life. 'ItIrr1fl shine on brightly painted figures in

Todd? Her eyes moved along the you, he-Kate told me you didn't the manger scene and a choirboywith WANTED-old envelopes with stamps on
back of his leather jacket to his expect him to be here when you the voice of an angel would from before 1870. Many are valuable.
P. O. Box 2525 New Orleans, La.
crisp dark hair.' One lock, blatantly came-How long have you known sing the carol, running now, through

waving, stood erect at the crown him, Gay?" her mind. That symbolized Christ-

of his head. Looking at it her brief "Since I was fifteen. Since the : mas for her, had as far back as Tops in Noise .
she could remember before the ,
resentment melted and in the emo- summer I spent here, with Uncle ,
tion which swept through her fur- John." school in Switzerland, since Made-

ther comparison was impossible.John moiselle Dupin, the governess of The eruption of Krakatao, a vol-
"Then that's the answer. I've
whom she'd-been fondest, had taken cano in Sunda strait in 1883 is
she ,called silently, John I known all along that weren'tas ,
you her child to her church
as a on the loudest noise ever recordedby
He turned as though she had spo-- certain as I was." Christmas Eves.
succeeding science.
The calculated noise
ken his name aloud. His expression
"I tried. Forgive me-Oh, what Back into the bedroom again. Ma- was 190 decibels (human ear-
softened. His mouth quivered. His "
1 thin dark face brightened at what- must you think of me? _t1 l.- thilde had laid out her underthings drums break at 125 decibels).

, ever it was he read in her eyes. I He took her hands in his, lookedat "Noel, Noel A decibel is one-tenth of a bel,

Their long glance asked and an- her steadily, very seriously. "I've Noel, Noel-" the unit of sound, which was

swered before he. turned again to always thought you were the loveli- she named for Alexander Graham
est person I've ever known. It's the sang dealing hurriedly with cnil
Todd. Bell. According to the New York
fon and silk. She stood before throw
habit of a lifetime. I can't' breakit -or
"If you'll excuse me," he said now." \\i of hangers in the wardrobe. "So Times, the decibel counts of some ..

very: courteously, "I'll go out and the keynote is simplicity." How long ordinary human occupations are:
Tears streamed down over her chewing toast 3.7 decibels bit-
get in some wood. ago that seemed! She selected a ;
cheeks. She made no attempt to I \Y I I ing the nails, 3.3 decibels; scratch-
"Can I help you? Todd asked. wool dress .the silver gray of a kitten's -
check them. fur ,the darker fur coat ing the head, 2.1 decibels.-Path-
"No, thank ;you. John picked up gray ,
the wood-basket and went out of "I want you to know," she said, ; the fur cap to match it which made finder.

the room. "that I feel:! toward you now, at her look like a Russian princess.

Silence followed. Gay tossed her this moment, just as I've alwaysfelt. she sat at ,the dressing-table pin-
Without and WithinWhat
cigarette into the fire. Todd walkedto This-this thing that has hap- ning red-brown curls in at the nape

the hearth, stood looking at Gay pened hasn't changed it. I love you of her neck Mathilde came in with the woman is to be within

through _the lamplight. Her eyes as my best and my dearest- the. tray. her gates, as the center of order,
,friend. -*-- 4 ._ the brim, of,distress and the mirror
rested on her hands, clasped tightlyin : "Would you like me to ring for s-
her lap. "But you "love"John, more?" Carl?" 'she asked, placing the trayon of beauty,.that; she is also to

"It's pleasant here," he said, pres- She nodded. uI'm'so sorry," she a low table beside the windows be without her gates, where orderis

ently. cried pityingly. "I'm too fond of looking out over the river. more difficult, distress more
to tell less than the truth." imminent loveliness
you you more rare.-
"Yes, isn't it? "No, I'll use a taxi. She didn'twant

"Have you rested?" He laid her hands gently in her "How little I've known you," she her first moments with Johnto John Ruskin.

"Oh lap, rose, walked to the fire-place, marveled.wouldn't be spent under the discreet but

, "You, yes-look well." stood with his back to her, lightinga interested scrutiny of Carl's lively

very cigarette. When' he turned, his blue behind Carl's attentive ;
be difficult if eyes,
more you ul because
"I'm feeling- She glanced up at face rf ax-
was peaceful. whip-cord back. The servants both
were a Chinese princess. It's just-
him. UToddshe said and tra-medicated. Rub
silent. was "I like him, you know." He smiled I've nothing to go by," he finished here and at "Dunedin" were curi- NEURALGIA

wearily.through the smoke from the lamely. ous about John. No wonder, after PEPIETROGentle
"I know all about it "
Gay, he said cigarette. "That put me at a dis what 'they'd heard and ,seen when .
steadily. "You love him. You "You still resent me, don't you? ...
wantto advantage. I can't offer to knock she asked. she and Kate returned from Maine.
be free.
his head off. I couldn't anyway. with Not that she cared, especially, but SpeechIt
She nodded, then cried softly, "Not you as you are here is difficult to how much
He's bigger than I am. It's all if it could be avoided- say
"Todd dear, I'm so sorry." me. men's minds are conciliated by a
right, Gay. "It's eight o'clock, Miss Gay,
"My life then. I saw it tonight,
His was shaken. An kind and gentle speech.-
composure manner
"Is it? Her voice was wistful. Mathilde, hovering, said.
when Todd and I talked of mutual
expression of pain darkened his Cicero.
"I'm fond of I think of rid-
so you. Heavens
"It is? Good I must
acquaintances, of things that were
bright hazel eyes. "What is it? he
asked ing our ponies together and MissKitty's happening in New York." fly." She slipped into the coat Ma-
in a low strained voice. "What
dancing class and your first "But I afraid-Seeing him thilde held, tilted the fur cap over
I done
not done was
have or ?
sail-boat and tea-dances and foot-
"Nothing. Come, sit here," she ball games and skiing and house here with you-He's known you al one paused eye, for caught an up instant purse and to admire gloves, OUT OF SORTS?
You have things in
said gently. "You look so tired. ways.
parties at' Princeton. Here Is Amazing Relief of
her reflection in the mirror and went
And he is attractive. I
. was Conditions Due to Sluggish Bowels
He sat beside her the
on couch.
, His smile wavered. "And it doesn'tdo hurrying out of the room.
His head dropped back against the I despised myself for being jeal- }Ia7 ry)7 J If you think laxatives;
cushions. His closed. any good? ous." He gave a short mirthless Lights glowed in the hall of the I{ -1ffU'IJ, act alike,'just try this
eyes I!!!: -=- all vegetable laxative.
Her eyes fell away from his face, wasn't I Her calledto ,iy.So'mild. "
his hand, ran her fingers across the laugh. "I was-stuffy, ? apartment. thorough refreshing; invigorating. Dependable '
smooth tanned skin, the slender less peaceful and now, drawn with fatigue "You were and it was silly of her through the open door of the tired feeling relief when from associated sick headaches with, bilious constipation.spells,

fingers. Presently he opened his pain. you." dining-room. Without Risk get a 25 c box of NR from yourdruggist
"It only makes me more certain she said stand- Make the test-then
eyes. "I know. I'm sorry and ashamed. "Good-morning, if not delighted, return the box to us. We will
"Don't think I came to interfere," she said scarcely audibly.He "I can't discard the years be- ing poised for flight in the door- refund the purchase

he said. "Kate called me-was it drew a long shaken breath. fore now all at once as a snake way. Get price.NR That'Tablets today.fair. a

last night? I feel as though I'd liveda "Well, that's that." Glancing up she sheds its skin." "It's the early bird that catchesthe

full life-time since then and died saw the corners of his lips lift in a "Of course you can't. I'm un worm." Robert Cameron, in a

and-been buried." difficult smile. "I should say, now, reasonable. But when I've nothingto silk dressing gown with a scarf knot- WNU-7 23-40

"I supposed Kate had. She's in a husky voice but with a smile, go by-" ted 'under his chin twinkled at her

looked so guilty all day. I don't that I'll always love you, little girl, "I'll give you something. Every somewhat sleepily over a section of Daylight Cheer

care, except for you. I-we had in- and if you ever need me or want hour of every day we're apart you melon. Cheerfulness keeps up a kind of

-- tended to leave for home today but meHis voice altered. "I do say can say, Wherever Gay is she's lov- (TO BE CONTINUED) daylight in the mind, and fills it

there were repairs to be done on it, Gay. I've had considerable experience ing me and thinking of me and with a steady and perpetual seren-

the car." getting you out of scrapes.If wanting time to pass quickly." -
"We?" you ever need me-" Pollen Carried Seaward \
"Sweet! His voice trembled. ity'T
"Kate "You're dear Todd. I wish-"
and I. a "
love you so. By 'Strong Air CurrentsPollen (
He sat forward. He flung the cigarette into the day's popularity
"And I love you. Remember that of Doan's Pills, after
"Then you aren't"I'm -?" fire, went to the couch, dropped and nothing can spoil it. Nothing!" knows no 12-mile limit, according many years of world-
going home. You don't down beside her, drew her close ina to a survey recently com- wide use, surely must
suppose 1 be accepted evidence
1 as
do you, that I'd let you face strong embrace. pleted in the air above the Atlantic .I of satisfactory use.

the-cataclysm alone? Besides, a "Gay, darling, can't you?" his lips CHAPTER VII ocean. Traces of pollen were found And opinion favorable supports public that

promise is a promise and if you-" whispered against her cheek. 275 miles at sea. of the able physicianswho

"No!" His quick protest broughther She put aside his eager arms. Gay roused at a touch on her I, The tests showed no pollen above Doan's test under the value exacting of

to a stop. "God, no! I don't Her hands lifted to his face. Her shoulder. She opened her eyes and 8,000 feet over land or water. The laboratory conditions.

want you to marry me from a sense eyes met his, bright, now, with a blinked up into the pleasant placid survey was,made by O. C. Durham, of These advertising physicians you, too read, approve, the objective every word of Z'

of duty or pity or kindness." He sort of despairing hope that moved face of Mathilde, her mother's mid- chief botanist of the Abbott labora- which is only to> recommend Doan's Pillsas

bent forward, his face in his hands. her to pity, gentleness, poignant re dle-aged maid. For an instant she tories in North Chicago, in co-opera- a the good kidney diuretic function treatment and for for,relief disorderof of

"But Gay, dear, why couldn't you gret. lay drowsily smiling, not fully tion with the Pan-American airways. the pain and worry it causes.
have-" "Todd. Todd, darling," she said. I awake, then her eyes widened, she If more people were aware of how the
kidneys must
Forty-seven were exposed on remove waste
"Did it-does it mean so much to "I wish I could." I sat erect. that cannot stay" in the blood without injury -
you?" she asked wonderingly.He "What time is it?" she asked. a specially designed "skyhook" on to health, there would be better un
derstanding of why the whole
body suffers
sat erect, stared at her as Gay opened the kitchen door, "Half past seven, Miss Gay," the a 7,000-mile round trip made by when kidneys lag, and diuretic medication -

though she were a stranger. "Don't stepped outside; closed the door cau- woman said, smiling. "You asked to the Yankee Clipper.The Burning would, be scanty more or often too employed.frequent urina-

you know-haven't you known what tiously. John's figure detached itself be wakened." slides were exposed every 30 tion sometimes warn of disturbed kidney

it's meant to me?" from shadows at the edge of "There'd have been murder doneif to 60 minutes by J. W. Etchison, ache function., persistent You may headache suffer, attacks nagging of back dizziness

"But it was all so-casual." the clearing. She ran to meet him I hadn't been." Gay tossed back engineer of the Clipper, and then getting up nights, swelling;, puffiness -

"I thought you wanted it that way. coming to meet her. His arms the covers and swung herself intoa carefully packed in containers and all played under out.the eyes-feel weak, nervous,

You've always ridiculed sentiment. caught her, lifted her, set her feet sitting position on the side of the returned to Durham. Durham said Use Doan's Pills. It is better to rely on
I was glad that you wanted a church on the ground. bed. a medicine that has won world-wide acclaim
certain wind conditions might carry than on something less favorably
wedding. Not that I've enjoyed the "I hoped you would come," he "It's snowing." Mathilde held a known. Ask your neighbor
clatter and fuss. But 'I wanted: you said, his lips against her cheek. blue silk negligee embroidered with ragweed and smut spores as far as

to want all the old enchantments. "I shouldn't have. Kate heard : daisies, knelt with blue satin mules 1,000 miles from shore, althoughnone 0

Something,old and something' new- me, I know, though she pretended I for Gay's feet. was, found at that distance in ( i

Isn't that the way it goes? And to be asleep. And Todd feels so' "Grand: white Christmas." Gay the survey.


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They'll of > __ .

The young couple stood before OUR COMIC SECTION I love this life with

the justice of ,the peace. Both al1 its "trif e.

seemed very frightened. The jus- I love its
joy. :and
tice glanced at the young man. _
"Do you," he said slowly, "take woe ,

ded this woman wife?" to be your lawful wed- the Lives of Little Men I DTHAT IJILL And through} my,-days

mered"I-I-really the young don't man know nervously.The ," stam-. o I Events in ZL song ?f prJ3e.Heartsinging .

justice turned to the girl. r
"And do you," he asked, "take I shall go. e qij.1CC
this man to be your lawful wed- AM
ded husband?" 1Q

"Well," hesitated the girl, "I'm SPOT WAS (U0EA0LE1D0UX
god .
o beginning to wonder. GLOVE
.J The justice nodded. A REGULA//< GOLD THAT CATCHERS

"That's great!" he cried, grim- ETCNA WE NOw AMP HAVE SOMBT e ,
ly. "I now pronounce you man UP LeFr0ier"/ WNU Service.Performing .
and wife. -maybe!1" MUST

Clever Cutouts for NATON OF utJK C RIIN U..1T1L Miracle

Your Pool or Lawn With an Old RockerBy

.(C YES Mam, Lilybud, Ah done RUTH WYETH SPEARS

caught it all by mah ownself, ? ---.. ii j i A CERTAIN Miss Fixit, and
"... Ah did." Thus Fo' Bits impresses that'was not,really. her name,
c.. his mastery of fishing upon his -- inherited a house full of furniture
lady fair. And Lilybud seems / h VI that was not old enough to be
properly impressed-or fright- either quaint antique. One day
ened. 'Tis all in fun though, for I I W t she sent for my little Book No. 4,
both little pickaninnies are designed and there she found a sketch show-
ing how to plot a room color plan

based,on a rug,. or a.picture, or a
\ : piece of drapery material with
good coloring. Miss Fixit had a
i picture that she had always loved
because of its beautiful colors.

',. Just for fun, as a sort of game,




as cutouts to be placed be-
side your pool or on the lawn. Jig,
coping or keyhole saw will cut (WNU SERVICE)
them from plywood, and enamel -- OLD ROCKER

,j will finish them. They 'may be BEFORE
used as a pair or,singly. REMODELINGshe
'Z9181, 15 cents, brings the pat-
tern for clever little 21-inch Fo'

Bits and his turtle. The fishing 5 T 1.1."LT made a.room color plot basedon
pole is a stick nailed on. Z9182, s4MvNEy that picture. .
15 cents, is his cute companion, That
was really a turning pointin
Lilybud, almost as tall. General f the life-of Miss Fixit. This old
cutout directions come with each rocker thatshe 'made over is
pattern and painting suggestionsare tMA
merely a sample of what may
given. Send order to: happen when a clever young ladyis

1.. .. / bent upon bringing'' color into
AUNT'ASARTHA her life. The chair has been painted
Box 166.W Kansas City, 1\10. a pale turquoise blue, and the
Enclose 15 cents for each pattern seat cushion and back are covered
desired. Pattern No............. TT with an inexpensive chintz in tur-

Name ............................... quoise;' cherry red; 'primrose yel-

Address ........................:.... low and deep green, with red bias ,
bindings.I .
wish every reader interestedin
E choosing colors for her home
might have a copy of my'Book 4.
Constipation Relief It contains an illustrated rule for

R- making a room color plan, based
That Also on the colors in a picture; a rug; .1

Pepsin-izes StomachWhen I a,vase; or a piece of drapery ma-
r M 0' terial with lovely colorings. The
constipation brings on acid indigestion !- tNcy YE rule is so clear and easily under-
,bloating,dizzy spells,gas,coated. P 1'6 Toi51; stood that I am sure every readerof
tongue,sour taste,and bad breath,your M NEY these weekly articles would be
stomach is probably loaded up with certain .I
undigested food and your bowels don't ..:.- tT delighted to have a copy. To. get
move. So you need both Pepsin to help ", 0 your copy, send 10 cents in coin
break up fast that rich undigested food in and ask for Book 4. Address: 1 ,
your stomach,and Laxative Senna to pull -
the trigger on those lazy bowels. So be 0 r;
sure your laxative also contains Pepsin. P 1 MRS. RUTH WYETH SPEARS ,
Take Dr.Caldwell's Laxative,because its ': : Drawer 10
Syrup Pepsin helps you gain that wonderfulstotnachcomfottwhiletheLaxative- i': Bedford Hills N'ew York

! Senna moves your bowels.Tests prove the By .. ... ''... Enclose 10 cents for Book 4. .
L powerofPepsintodlssolvethoselumpsofundigested protein food which linger C. M. Payne t.-. .-- ..-.-:.--- I ... .J Name ...............................

in your stomach,to cause belching may,gastric Address .............................
acidity and nausea. This how r
is pepsin- 'WNU Bell Syndicate,WNU Service.
izing your stomach helps relieve it of such
distress. At the same time this medicine
wakes up lazy nerves and muscles in your \ "'/
bowels to relieve your constipation.So see FIRST THOUGHT AT THE rim
how much better you feel by taking the 1: S+ WARNING OF INORGANIC( LAINOR .
laxative that also to COLDS DISCOMFORTS.IIIt&T.JOSEPH
puts Pepsin work
that stomach discomfort, too. Even fin-on I n: I GIVE YOU THAT I I-t/W N'T GOT A ASPIRIN
children love ,/'/' ;
icky to taste this pleasant PENKNIFE YOU'LL WAVE-
family laxative.Buy Dr.Caldwell's Lax- NICKEL I NICKELIVE --
ative-Senna druggist today with Syrup Pepsin' at your. P TO GIVE MH ( GOT A DIME( Determination First !

\\I! The first element of success is
the determination to succeed.
Garrulous Fool

' A fool's voice is known by mul- r
titude of words. AT I

lADGE ''
. MEXICAN HEAT POWDER. p r $1.20 \*3dtpeM REMEDY ( .
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,".- Control your passion, or it will :%:.':. }'fy'i.r,. } ,1.G4J.w.Jwr. } : RHEUMATISM
control you. LUMBAGO

Conceit in Weak

WANTED! WOMEN IF I GIVE YOU TH&DIME itrongest Conceit works.-Hamlet.in weakest bodies

38 to 52 yrs. old, who are restless, /
moody, nervous, fear hot flashes, WILL YOU GIVE( M9
dizzy spells,to take Lydia E.Pank-
ham's Vegetable Compound. Famous TWO PENKNIVES ForONiyjO1Now
in helping women go smiling ?. ..
thru "trying times" due to func- :::-
tional "irregularities." Less than
Try ill :

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Homeworkshop ClubIs in use on repair work on the cast stations gauging houses have been Free, c. ...................... 3 0 0 0 these with a 168-150. The final
shore will be moved into place for read dally by some employ e. Two Harper, 2b. .............. 2 0 0 1 game was a nip 'and tuck affair and

Organized And these projects. of the automatic gauges are located Lane, cf .................... 2 0 0 0 finally ended up in a tie 144-144.

in the Caloosahatchee canal at Brackin, rf .....-....... 1 0 0 1 Going into the final frame Crochet x

Invites MembershipAs Piano Pupils Present 'I Moore Haven and Lake Hicpocheeand J. Williams,. p. ........ 2 0 0 I 0 needed only eight pins to win and

two In the St. Lucie canal. Greer, rf .................. 1 0 0 0 his first ball knocked down these

Recital Friday Night Prairie Canal and the Hillsborough eight pins His second ball went

acting chairman, Dave S. I Canal also have automatic gauges. Total ...............___........22 0 0 2
Herbertsonwishes to. announce the -, Others are of the staff type. wild.The
I 'winners of first and second
organization of a HomeworkshopClub Mrs. Josephine Knight's piano In addition to having charge of Outboard Motors Are
I place will
each receive from
club is to a cup
in Clewiston. The pupils gave a recital in the school the gauges in the lake area Mr. I, the
be affiliated with the National auditorium Friday evening, at the will have managers of the A. and B.
Roberts and Mr. Pepper Good Fathers' Day GiftsIf I Alleys
Guild. Any man as well as substantial cash
Homeworkshop conclusion of their year's study. the lower Peace River valley and
who is interested in any branch of The stage was arranged as a broad- some West Coast points, the prizes from the league. Cash
prizes will also
craftwork, regardless of whetherhe casting studio with Dick Owen as I be awarded to the
mee Valley and other there's one gift that the headof
Kissim-I runner-ups. Sandy Bell and J. B.
has a home workshop or not, master of ceremonies in an amateur tions. the .family will probably enjoy
old High I Brantley. Brantley will also receive -
in the
is asked to hour. I Father's that
located receiving on Day,
Gauging stations are
a prize for the
School Auditorium at eight o'clock, The M. C. introduced the various highest.match
gift is outboard motor accord-
an ,
along the KissImmee River at Vero total of 572 pins an'd H. Stallions
Tuesday evening, June 11. The performers, and following each
ing to Van C. Nelms, local boat-
and Hard-
bridge, Fort Bassenger will receive a prize for the best .
minimum limit for Guild Club number, telephone offers were received -
who is local
ing authority, urging
I ing bridge: in Arbuckle Creek above individual game score 225. These c
members is sixteen years. for the amateurs, some being
families this season to present the
Lake Istokpoga; in Istokpoga prizes will be awarded during the
Prospective members are assured I promised tours, concert work, radio '
in the Kis- with something that '
Canal near Cornwall, band concert in the park Tuesday
that admission fees are chargedto and offers from Holly
no positions
club simmee headwaters, near Lough- he can really use and get a lot of I evening.
of .the
become members wood.
man in Reedy Creek; at the mouthof fun from. .'J
and that only a few cents a monthfor The following program was
Indian Prairie Canal, Fisheating "If Father hasn't a motor already Landowners
postage etc. will be given: Argue-
Creek at Palmdale, Caloosahatchee he's probably been wantingone
among the members.The Duet-Twilight Hours-Marianne
Canal at Moore Haven and Lake I for years, and it's another
club will not become in any Jones, Doris Hodges.
way commercialized, either In its Piano solo-The Waltz-Rachel Hicpochee, Miami Canal at Lake safe bet that he's hoping right held in the Miami courthouse anda
its mem- Harbor, North New River Canal at about now that the present from large number of interested land-
club activities or among Miner.
South Bay, Bolles Canal at Okee- I the family next Sunday won't be a owners were present.
bers. The object of the organization Piano solo-Folk TunesMargieAllen.
shall be the uniting of its lanta, Hillsborough Canal at Belle beautiful, hand painted what-not," Attorney J. Mark Wilcox, former
Glade also at the hurricane he declares.
members to promote mutual Interest Duet Oh, Susannah Shirley congressman, was spokesman for
in various home workshop Owen, Mary Thomas.: gate structure No. 4 and the West "While I don't set myself up the landowners' committee organized -

activities; to exchange ideas; to Piano solo-The Rosary-Nora Palm Beach Canal at Canal Point.. as a mind reader, it's fairly easyto recently to oppose the bond ,?

increase the knowledge of its mem- Oglesby. East Coast stations are located I tell what a man's thinking refunding program planned for the

bers in craftwork by demonstrationsand Piano solo-June Larkspurs- at the Miami end of Miami Canal about when he comes into the district by Carl E. V. Exselsen.

instruction; to maintain' a Caroline Berner. at. Miami water plant, in the North place and rubs a hand over the' The board some time ago voted

reference library of books, maga- Piano soloI'Feel' Like DancingJo New River Canal at Fort Lauder- gas tank of an outboard' motor three to two to employ Exselsen as

zines, plans and catalogs relating to Ann Crouch. dale in the Hillsborough Canal at' Judging by a cross" section of the fiscal agent for the proposed bond

the home workshop; to hold exhibitions Vocal duet-Long, Long ago- Deerfield, in the Palm Beach Canalat men I've seen do just that thing; refunding. A contract was sub-

; to become affiliated with, Mary Louise Thomas, Jo Ann West Palm Beach and in the there .are plenty of hopeful fathers mitted to the attorney general, who

And participate In, the work of Crouch, accompanied. by Shirley South New River canal near' Davie. scattered around the town. made changes which Exselsen refused -

. the National Homeworkshop Guild; Owen. Stations are also maintained at "Presenting an outboard for the to accept. ;

and in general to encourage the the Tamiami I occasion of Father's very
Piano solo-Petite TangoMaryLouise the bridges across Day is a Spirited discussion of the dis

hobby of making things. None of Thomas. Trail and at several points along good hunch from another stand- trict's complex financial. problem

the operations of the club shall be Duet-The Love Bird Twins- the lower West Coast. point. It's impossible for him to of the
preceded a joint meeting
carried on for profit to the club, Carline Berner Jo Ann Crouch. smoke up an outboard, short of two committees of landowners. The

and all activities shall be strictly Piano solo-The. Dance of the Forbes Turns In- throwing it into'a fire, and it result of this parley was that R.

noncommercial.. Lollipops-Marianne Jones. doesn't matter if it doesn't match E. :Kurtz of Fort :Myers reportedto
Interested persons are urged to Piano his shirts... idea
solo-Balmy. Nights-Nora 0 The is that he's the commissioners on behalf of
attend this meeting Tuesday eve- Oglesby. (Continued From Page 1) going to have something to ap- the two committees a recommenda-
ning and those who desire to be- Piano Trieste in the and remember
solo-Chanson added in the sixth and preciate the familyby tion that action on the employmentof

come active members will receive Doris Hodges.Engineers. seventh Forbes and Moore drew for a long time afterwards. I refunding agent be held in

individual affiliate cards from the free passes, Ward went to first on "Short of a whopping .big raisein abeyance until creditors of the dis-

National Homeworkshop Guild. Make SurveyOf an error and Bell's single scored: the paycheck; there's probably trict could be contacted. The resolution ..

two runs. Carleton's single scoted nothing within reason that a man suggested that the commis- r

Three Injured In Drainage CanalsThe Ward and Bell. could be expected to like more than sioners be empowered to negotiatefor

The line-ups: the gift of a motor. As a sugges- refunding of the bonds.In .

Clewiston. tion for Father's Day this year,
Barge Explosion the general meeting at ,which
U.. S. Engineers have begun Player AR R H E it's probably the one best bet for
this resolution was presented, Wil-
: On East ShoreThree a comprehensive survey of the Ward, 2b. .................. 3 2 1 0 making the day a happy one for that the commissioners -
cox suggested
Lake Okeechobee drainage canals Bell, rf ....:................ 4 1 2 0 Dad," he declares.
and of the landowners
running toward the East Coast for H. Roberts, 1 b. ......' 2 1 0 0 I some
meeting with creditors'representatives
employees of the U. S. the purpose of compiling data for C. Roberts, cf .....__'" 3 0 2 0 Crochet Is Winner- arrange a in the offices of the

Engineer drill barage, Atlas, work- use in making subsequent reports Carleton, If. m_"'.''''' : 4 0 1 I 0 Reconstruction Finance Corporation

ing on levee construction .at Canal when hearings .are asked on work F.. Hollingsworth, ss.. : 3 0 0. I 0 o -
Washington to try to reach
; Point, were'Inj red, one of them connected with these canals. Hare, 3b. .............__.... 3 0 0 0 (Continued From Page 1) l
agreement cash settlement.
on a
f.:. seriously in an explosion which This work will be done on the Clark, c. .................... 3.:; 0 0 0 match on Wednesday night with .

occured on the barge Monday morn- St. Lucie, West! Palm Beach, Hills- Forbes, p. .................. 2 1 0 1 Sandy Bell, a fourth-bracket win- Although the consideration RFC a ;year ago of puta thedistrict's

., ing. borough, North New River and Moore (hit for ner, ..and disposed of him by virtue. period to
;: According to. engineer officials .... 0 1 0 0 I application for aid, Wil-
,.c Miami Canals. A swamp buggy is Roberts in 7th. of his 15 pin handicap. Crochet had
;. who investigated the accident there cox said he had reason to believe
being built by the engineers to 138-150-132 plus 15 or 435 tBell's

,:. was apparently no reason for the facilitate the transportation of a Total ..;........................27 6 6 1 120-168-136 424. the government: agency would, con-

: -. explosion. A. new type of explosive -: survey crew into and through the Belle Glade The final match was a thriller sider a new application.Is : .

r nitroman S, was being tried I wilderness along the Hillsborough Player RA R H E and a good crowd was present for

L out and while new to this Job has and Miami Canals. A. R. Broad- Alexander, 3b. ........ 3 0 0 0 the play-off. Crochet took the firs

t.+; been extensively used and safely foot is in charge of the survey B. Williams, If. ......... 3 0 0 0 game 148-135 for. a thirteen pin Your Subscription Paid?

f for several years on construction and Van Cothern is head of the Baker, ss .....m.......... "3 0 0 0 lead and Hollingsworth came back Year
work. The explosive is packed incans survey party.CHHISTIAX Herring, 1 b. ............ 2 0 0 0 in the second to pick up twelve of Subscription 52.00 -.1

t-. and these cans are so arrangedthat I
--------------- ---- - - -
'. one may be fastened to the
t: other to form a line for packing ENDEAVOR THURSDAYA PARTYAT I )( ,. x. c?*' v .. .
r drill holes. At the top of the line r :" : ,: ? .' .' :.::. :.:i : : ::
.,; : .: :;..y ::: ; : tt1.. R N. : :(: :S:::::> :: .I.

is fastened the primer can which "shipwreck" party .was enjoyedby ..' ". 'S .t' ( ? ". ..1 t..?::: :< \Jf.R-\ '
contains the cap for discharging : :: ..1 ..... ,.
members the
of Christian En-
$ ir'Z:2:1 g, '\.10'N"VJ.\-\\C\\ :.. ,. :.;
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the line. : .
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deavor at the Clewiston Laundry ..,.......... >
:<.w.: .:..:. ..
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Two of the lines had been connec- Thursday night. yo,. .' .'.::2. 00.. '. ..... .. :.'.:.........:;>:.:..<". .> ,'

ted and were lying along both : { 0 fl. -:. ".: : i1. .
Games were played and prizes : : : .. .. ... .:
;; sides of the barge but the primingcans were awarded to Louise Leiter and .. .'. SMQQTEs ...... '''ii.
.. /
had been connected. .. WH'
not .y
Dick Owen for best costumes. A ." .
; Oliver Lynn of Tampa was Just j K i ii Jff : 1; '

preparing to make this connection treasure refreshments hunt and was the conducted hunt disclosed for .., .. : : titil :

: and was standing some two feet j / '
everything needed for a good picnic ../ : '\\ .. J < ""J :
from the box'' in which the priming Or:.: .. ;-. ':: '
supper. o
can was stored when it suddenly .
';"F exploded. Lynn was. knocked back-. Those enjoying the occasion were l \ I \ ..
WI. ;
Misses Lee Pridgen Florence Gra- / W '
<.. ward onto the boat and his left ) R l : "
ham, Elizabeth Ann Whiteman, .
arm and legs were severely lacerated "
; Betty and Roberta Spicer, Edna l f .iiiKh M :
y,7 i but he at no time lost conJ A aArl .
(: sciousness. Fellow quick- Leiter Louise Roath Elsie Martin f "
; : employees -
and Maxine Doty and Sandy Bell J ; l -- .. ;
ly applied tourniquets to stop the

t;:.: flow of blood and he was rushed Dick Patterson, Dick Owen Bill : [ l8

) to the Pahokee emergency hospital Owen, J. D. Hooker, Louis Leiter, : II'

w:. where it was found to be necessary Junior and Bub Mills and Walter y"j ..A ,, & 1110. #f!d/ld"')[ .. .

--'f.:'" to amputate the arm Just above Zuhn. 315 ,.... }) ,;:: ;t 'f.I 'l

the elbow. It is believed that both g '\Q '
'-' legs will be saved. MRS. DURRENCE HOSTESS TOBRIDGE tt- #_ ti1.. 7 f. 5. r \.

'' Two other employees Gordon S. CLUB MEETINGMrs. .. '= .' -. ir 1. ,

s,: Hart and ................ Bethea received ."" ...... t-t'- 10$1( II .:, !
and'were Foy Durrence entertainedher ": ::.11:). )._ A Et 'J') .. .. '
slight JIJ, :
; .
injuries given first =s ,'0 .r' '''-' / "'" .
bridge club Wednesday after- 'CIs tlo ... : # )-, ,"
aid. Captain Allen G. Twiddy wai ..'rE. to .'j l ,. .
I '
to--'Q.fJJt !
r also aboard but noon at the home of Mrs. George :t ,
was uninjured. i.lr 3.'%il
0 -
There was no damage to the drill Crow. A china tea-pot was awarded IJ"GSr" rof'liG""I" "l'. :: .. !e' ;:iiR... ,. #/ "..
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barge. Mrs. John Elmore for first prize, N( ITI' ...". "'-=" .... J:" A i'
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a clothes-pin to Mrs. A. C. /
apron :of" ; -
I ;\ :f .71' :
Carlton for low prize, and a set of --.q ..'
., k ; (;
j : Engineers To Remove bowl covers to Mrs. R. M. Hare, jr. I __ ./ >> -- 1.; : '

Stone For Revetment for cut prize.

i The hostess served ice cream and r .... 3.-p.; + .
:, cake to Mrs. Crow, Mrs. Carlton, ; I : -' j- : J %
.t .
} : w .
.: A U. Mrs. Elmore Mrs. Hare, Mrs. '"
S. Engineer dragline will >
I' ifr'
:' ; be moved to Moore Haven Monday Walker, Mrs. Harry Knight, Mrs.J. ,,:'tg. ,.J ;,.,:.. I -re v '

: to begin the removal of surface G. Niblack and Mrs. D. M. .. ?" ':.: t I tj.41'; .. ; ..
;: Herbertson.U. ," .
stone from the government right-of- '" .; .
r'.' way along the levee canal west of >>'>." JULIUS KESSLER ': :; \ ..rtew':.,... ''"xs .1f.. z. .1.. .:, ytM
'<""'," ... .
if the locks which will be transported S. G. S. Offices <" ::, 84-year-old -.J'- : ". ,
=ri' --
DC ofitiUers .k
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!:; by: barges to the East shore for I > -

,t...... the repair of existing stone revet- u ., .... .' ,- ." "'.i ,. ,;;' i:
Ir{ : ment. (Continued from Page 1) "

' >.- This stone is a natural formation set up equipped with automatic L\ 9. QJ.1: t'Y (fIiIJ
II {
: which extends from the A ,
locks north-
stage recorders which will operate '
". : I !!, z,
..: ward for about two miles. with only monthly attention. Others <

. Another dragline will begin work known as staff gauges, must be I .: !-- .

next week on repair of eroded areas.' the state and approximately thirty
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