The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00854
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: August 29, 1941
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
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
oclc - 33429955
notis - ACA5652
lccn - sn 95047264
System ID: UF00028415:00854
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LOCAL STATIONS ARE TAX ROLL APPROVED Long Week-End Given'Clewiston S hoolsBeg i1.1

For Labor Day Holidayi

----- Term Tuesday
One of the most unlversat'ob- J

PINCHES LOCAL TAXPAYERSAt servances of Labor Day in the 'history ,_ ,
of Clewiston is. indicated this '

week-end with most, of the gaso- I Youth Confesses To Three Vacancies Exist .'.ar arIn
I '
The gasoline rationing, felt to : the meeting of the county line service stations' joining with Faculty At

some extent here last week, really i I board of equalization in LaBelle other businesses in closing for the I Robbing Station Here "r:

began to pinch during this weekas Monday morning' several Clewiston day.The This Time j jThe :

some stations ran their pumps property owners registered vigorous summer practice of the;

dry, were unable to get a new complaints against alleged In- United States Sugar Corporation in Arthur Jones, 15, who gave his Clewiston school- and the :3

supply and have been closed sinceso equalities in' assessments of prop- giving a great many of their plae of residence as Seminole, Okla- schools of other sections of the : .

far as gasoline sales were con- erty here but despite these com- employees a full day off on Saturday home, confessed to Constable I. S. county will begin next Tuesday J

plaints the tax ,roll presented by will give these fortunate Bell and Deputy Sheriff H. H7'Mc- September. 2, for a full nine-months :l

The Gulf Oil Corporation was Tax Assessor Dennis Small was ac- workers a three-day vacation Call that he robbed the cash' drawer term. j

the last to begin rationing their cepted by the board without cor- through Sunday and Labor Day. of the Standard Service Station Prof. R.V.. Turk returned .,

stations and their principal station rection. I Stores will close as usual\ in observ- here Tuesday night. $9.78 was Thursday from Gainesville where j

Those protesting the valuations ance of the holiday., recovered and Jones claimed he he has been
attending summer ',
here, operated by G. B. Thomas, ,
has had plenty of gasoline throughthe contended that the purpose of the I While most service stations will had spent $2.20. school. and immediately began his ",;

week because of an abnormal new hundred per cent. assessmentwas have gasoline enough to last them Jones told how he hid in the preparations for the school open:1.:

amount of 'business done in July. not intended to, raise taxes on'I over the holiday it : will be taken attic of the station, go'/g througha Ing. He stated that the school
those who had been assuming their ceiling outlet in the men's rest would
Nevertheless he plans to close his off their quota for September and open Tuesday morning at i
just share of the real estate tax room. When the operator closed 8:30 with chapel'program .
station Sunday and Monday.R. the operators feel that they will a at ;
load and that the valuations set gain little by remaining' open. the station at seven o'clock he slip which the new teachers will be introduced -
C. Nowling's Texaco stationran in many cases here would almost ped out, took the cash from the and announcements madeof
out for the first time today drawer and leisurely made his
double with
taxes even the decreased schedules. The grade school
and is closed. More gasoline will millage which is planned getaway.The will remain in session for an hour :'
be delivered to him tomorrow. He I FIRST CITY ELECTION
'was and < "
boy suspected arrested -
for the county. It is understoodthat or two to receive assignments for
was'able to stall off closing by the Constable Bell he loi-
by as
the board figuring on a Wednesday but the high school
purchase of 1100 'gallons the first basis of about 16 mills for the year. TAKES PLACE tered near Alston's Drug Store. will be immediately dismissed and
of the week after the 800 gallons HERE i Deputy "McCall made fingerprintsand
The tentative roll for 1941 showsa proceed with registration. .
sold him last Friday was exhausted. compared them with some .
total assessment of $5,319,605or Real school work will begin Wednesday -

Both Standard stations, the more than five 'times that of NEXT TUESDAY 2ND taken at the washroom and cash morning when classes will
Sugarland and the Standard Service drawer and when confronted with
the 1940 roll of $955,047.The convene at 8:15 o'clock. School
Station, have been without gaso- ,. tentative budget submittedby these the youth quickly confessed. will be dismissed at 12:05 for

line most of the week. They indicated l Clerk W. T. Hull..was; approved Clewisfon's first city election will I He is being held in the county luncheon and reconvene at one to .

that they would close over by the board and a meeting will be I be held next Tuesday and while jail to await action by' State At- be dismissed at 3:15. 4I.

Labor Day as a cut of fifteen per I held .on September 19 to set the there are only five candidates for I torney. Clyde Wilson. I. Five of the six teachers .in the

cent is promised for September: and I millage. I the five commission posts the number -' grade school had been signed up

they wish to conserve the supply I I' of votes each receives will de- Draftee ClassificationsAre this morning and the sixth was expected

they will beNable to get. Engineer Homes termine the number of years he to be hired during the day.

. There is'no curtailment of fur l I serves on the commission and every Now Being Posted The high school was still short a
oil and' tractor fuel and as most On Reservation Are qualified elector is urged to cast a commercial teacher and coach with

farmers now use tractors burning ballot. By Local Draft Office i a possibility that a coach might also

tractor fuel there promises to' be All b'e be hired today.
will done
Now All Occupied 'voting at the I
no great inconvenience to farmers Keen ResignsThe
!I city hall in the old administration

because of the rationing. The su- ,- building with Mrs. G. B. Rack- Mrs. Sandy Bell, Jr., clerk at the resignation of Joel Keen as

gar corporation has been virtually f Of the nineteen attractive homes straw, Mrs. Leslie Miller and Mrs.C. local 'draft office, stated this week vocational agriculture teacher was

assured'of plenty of gasoline for '! U S. reservationhere E. Miner, clerks and A. W. that she had been given orders to :unexpected but Dan Padgett of Pa-
needed operations. on the Engineer I : hokee has been hired to take his
' Lawrence as inspector. Polls will post, in a conspicuous place, the
: ,,several were standing unoccupied place. Mr. Keen will enter gov-
: Meanwhile
." every'effort is being be open at eight o'clock a. m. names of all selective service reg-
n.'r.: : ; made by 'state officials to, have ? three 'weeks ago when it and close at sundown.The I istrants who have been classified ernment agricultural service. Mrs.

rationing for Florida based on' winter was decided that, the rate of rent five candidates 'for. the commission to date. and to list their Mary Baker of Clewiston' retains,
; .. sales imtead of summer sales This is her place on the high school faculty -
tions. a separate claSSifica-1
for these houses _shouldbe assessed those. members of the '
. 'and. 'believe Vt ,, .; ". _, : and Miss,, Humble, ofJamestown
" '' some : 'an endto" at f** a percentage': *W*of tV the' *"* 'rate* of .emI I present citjrcommission, F. D: that now posted ,at, the, :: p ? Lucy{
rationing will j6e) effected in'a few I I I 'that's other Kyrrwho; taught a
and it is likely me
R. Y. Patterson E.
E. I
i pUff Kelly,
weeks.. I j I i ployees' pay as they were when first I, J. A. McGehee and M. W. Bigg. The place will have to, be chosen ,for i I.portion of 'last term will also return -

Local ,service station operators i!I built. As a result engineer employees two receiving the highest numberof the list.From. I this year. Miss Hannah Yorkof
Pahokee will also be the high
,\ will meet tonight to decide on the : made haste to occupy the I votes will be elected for four : this list any employer will. on
school faculty and Mrs. Marjorie
closing of all stations on Sunday. houses and now all ,of them are year terms and the three' havingthe be able to find the draft rating of
Bjornson who has taught for sev-
.. I filled. I 1I least number of. votes 'will be his employees or any one else who Her
eral at Fort Pierce.
I' U. S., Engineers' To A.I elected for two year terms. I may be interested may check years
I No.1, formerly occupied by the husband will be a training flier at
' City elections will be held every 'classifications by the Riddle-McKay Aero College.
A. Sturgis now occupied byl I
is. To enableone
' Survey 13 Airports George M. Waldron; No.2, two years in the future under the various designations.understand the Her teaching duties have not been
to more easily
Geo. city charter as revised by special assigned but she is certificated in
formerly occupied by Augur are I
legislative act of the 1941 sessionof Ii.st. the following designations
eight subjects. She has also agreedto
. is now rented by R. 'N. Smith;
; A. R. Broadfoot, engineer in the state legislature. Had there given: I
I coach a. girls' basketball team.
No. 3 is still held by B. C.Flaniken
".. charge of the Clewiston sub-office I been ten or more candidates for the la-Those ready for immediate In 'the grade school will be Mrs.
)P ,, his furniture being stored I
of U. S. Engineers, was, in Jacksonville commission a primary election II service. Charlotte Daughtrey Walston of
': in the house; No.4, formerly occupied -
several days the first of by Keith Hartsfield and would have been held in Augustbut Ib-Those who have had limited Okeechobee whose husband, Ellis

the'week making arrangements to since only the five candidates military service. Walston is employed here; Mrs.
I J. Vent is now rented by E'I
begin survey work on thirteen new I E. Bailey; J- F. Curry still has, qualified the primary was unneces- I lc-Those now serving in U. ,S. Margaret Arey, Miss Evelyn Bur-

Civil Aeronautics Authority airportsin sary. land naval forces. hans, Mrs. Livonia Holstine and
,furniture stored in No.5; J. H. I or .
the state. from Leesburg to : I, ... Kathleen -Harris- wno was
Pressley still occupies No. 6; No. Id-Student fit for general .military Mrs.
Naples. I l I transferred to Clewiston from La-
7, formerly, occupied by V. L.I service.
One new surveyman is, ,being' Belle because her husband Is located -
Springer is now rented by John D. le Student fit for limited mili-
I transferred to the Clewiston office i; Rodgers; Judson B. Francis has New Laws ExplainedBy -service. here.Drivers.
this tary
week and four parties will be
'I; No.8, formerly occupied by' B. H.
put on the work next week Mr. 2a-Necessary man in industrynot
Cuttino; Eugene P. Berry is in the Local LegislatorBy Licenses To
Broadfoot stated. The work of longer than six months. defer-
I I former L. C. Miller house, No. 9 ;
.< making the surveys and preparing., E. W. Ashley is in No. 10;' Wm. W. Elbert L. Stewart, I ment. Be For Sale Here
1I-Z. estimates and designs will require 2b-Necessary man in industry,
'Bradnack, has the former J. J. Representative Hendry CountyIn
about three months. indefinite deferment.
Graham home, No. 11 No. 12 -
; vacated
;:., I I 3a-Dependency deferment. County Judge R. M. Harris has
Included in the of
group new N. Smith has
I by R. been rented -
keeping with the wishes of 4a-Man who has completed announced that drivers' licenses
airports are those at Fort Pierce, '''Miss Markette
the Paf-
to Mary
; all citizens Including legislators, designated length of service in will go on sale in the county Mon-
r t- Kissimmee, Lake Wales, Naples, 13
No. is
ford house, occupied by
I the 1941 legislature, by materially clerk will
Okeechobee army or navy.4bOfficial day and that a special
Zephyrhills, Bartow, Walker F. Nall; Wm. W. Sullivan ,
i increasing race track revenue, attempted deferred by law.4cNon'declarant be added for Clewiston at the Hen-
Lakeland, Leesburg, Orlando, San- I
is in No. 14, formerly occupied
' to better provide for the alien. dry County Motors to take care of
ford and Winter Haven. At the
by. A. R. Broadfoot and the two-
same time the Clewiston office will aged and dependent children-an 4d-Minister or divinity student. sales for this side of the county.
story house, No. '15, formerly oc-
obligation which has long been Conscientious objector. New licenses must be purchased
supervision of the
airportsat cupied by Carawan Nelson is now
recognized, as an important govern mentally or mor- an examina-
Melbourne and Vero Beach which physically,. I during September or
rented by Mr. Broadfoot Robert
; '
I ment functio'n.Laws ally' unfit. tion will be required of even those"driv
. have been placed under the West
N Childress is in the former 0'Day
Palm Beach office, All I : 'providing the tax increase The local office has received a, rs now holding licenses. Any
house No. 6 R.- 'C. Hooks Is
} ,
September 18 of age applying -
connected were accomplished with the valua- call for four whites on person under years
with these
airports will in No: '17, the former A. W. Dodge;
ble assistance of Governor Hollandand eighth and four colored on Sep for license must be examine
also be transferred which includesG. home, V. E. Bryant has the Simp- '
incorporated many of the ,ideas tember 19.Planes : ed by a state highway patrolman
O. 'Wallace and E. 'J. Vent, well
house No. ''18 and Harry Sall-
son :: Patrolman Mahaffey of Fort
that suggested: in an unsqccess- and
known in this section.Wm" .
still occupies No. 19. :
inger ful effort to bring about the increase In Arcadia Myers will be here Tuesday after-
.',,- 'W. Sullivan, who for. the such examinations.The .
during the 1939 session. It noon to. conduct
, past two months has been in Clew- New House Constructed I is estimated by different state_ de- For Clewiston FieldThe cost of lienses this year will
iston as assistant to Mr. Broadfooton '
partments that, the additional tax ,; $1.00 for. the regular
airport work, has been trans- By Bishop-Wilson Co. i levy will probably increase old, age. for chauffeur's license and fifty. '
ferred to the West Palm Beach of- '
assistance to the maximum of thirty- Arcadian reported last week cents for junior license.

tice. five dollars per month, which in A.-L.-I.. a.. *AI?>," .U'lin nv.iifoo> ..& -- TIT12 basic --

Olaf Hansen of Sebring has be-. my opinion is none too much for training planes arrived at the Em-. Sugar Corporation "

: ,. ::- Radios Checked Before I gun the construction of a five- any old person.Such increase, brey-Riddle air school at Carlstrom

room house In the west side of I however,: should not be expected Field last week. from Gunter Field Adds More Cattle

:, Hurricane Season Starts town for the Bishop-Wilson Lum- to become effective until after the I near Montgomery Ala ..,

.. ber Company and estimates that I 1941-42 race season which ends 'The planes will be ,used for ,training .
, :-- shipments native Florida*,
approximately sixty 'days will be :I soon after the first 'of the year, ; some of. the:'earlier contingents 'Two
A representative of the Radio required. for completion.. 1942. of British cadets who will be .cattle were received this week by'

." Marine Corporation, which The house 'is' of frame construction I have always .contended that:.a brought' to the .Riddle-McKay Aeronautical the United States Sugar Corporation ,

,; ....' pany installed. the radio, sending r with novelty siding exterior large majority of the older persons Institute for their basic ,and placed In the' Para grasspasture -.

and receiving sets for the and plastered Interior, asbestos have during: their more progressiveyears I training as soon as the field is ; west of the old ,dairy. Here

Engineers, is here this 'week check-I\ cement 'shingle roof and oak floorsin been outstanding citizens in : ready. The planes were delivered they will ie fattened by supplementing -

ing these sets and putting them in the living and dining room. their respective communities, have to Arcadia by U. S, Air Corps officers the pasturage with rations, ;

L first-class shape before the beginning There will be five rooms and bath donated lands for civic purposes,' II : of raw molasses and lemon grass

;>, of the hurricane 'Season. and a built=in garage on the west contributed freely to the building' pulp mixed with molasses:

q' The sets. are placed at strategic side. Approximate cost is placedat of churches and schools and are America is in a .state of. .emerg Sixty-six head 1n. one shipment
positions around the lake so that to do from the .;FOrt. Meade sectfotf
3500. now old and 'dependent through no f ency. Every citizen is urged came '
communications{ will not be dis- Mr. Hansen and hrs son are doing fault of their own, and certainly his part by buying Defense Savings and 110 head were. : purchased.. : .near. .

rupted In event of a severe storm. I most of the work"on' the house. (Continued on page '81 I Bonds and. Stamps.: Kissimmee., ., ., ....f

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.4e I Shooting the News I Gems of Thought

GOOD manners is the art of
These pictures deal '
making those people easy
with those gentlemenof with whom we converse. Who-

the press who go ; ever makes the fewest persons
around with little <5* <-i' 3" ,4. S' SCREA uneasy is the best bred in the

Washington, D. C. black boxes and take \ M4r*?' 4 '- By VIRGINIA VALE company.-Swift. -

(Released by Western Newspaper Union.) I love children. They do not
TANK BUILDING PROGRAM pictures contemporary FP
There was a good reason why history in the OAMUEL GOLDWYN has a prattle of yesterday; their in- .
Lord Beaverbrook dynamic minister ) terests are all of today and the
making, and who L sure-thing combination in
of supply, listed tanks as the Richard Mansfield.
think nothing of risk- Bette Davis and Director William -
No. 1 objective of his visit to the I have enjoyed earthly happiness,
U. S. He flew over largely to try ing life and limb to Wyler, who've just done I have lived and. loved.

to persuade our army chiefs to lend- get a good "shot"Right "The Little Foxes" for him. -Schiller.

lease him the major share of our : The boys are They were responsible for But he that filches from me

growing output. carrying on their jobsin "Jezebel which' won the second my good name robs me of' that
There is sharp division in the a blizzard. This is P which not enriches him and
Award for Bette
Academy ,
army over this. Armored unit com not a posed picture, though a lot of people thought she'd makes me poor indeed.Shakespeare. -
manders have been champing at .
It made
I was eiven better ner- .
the bit for the tanks now beginningto -- -
roll off assembly lines. They covering story of trial I '. formances in other

need the equipment not only.to train of Bruno Han ptmann / pictures. They also

their men and officers but to keep for murder of the did "The Letter," a Noted AstronomerThe

morale-which when modern baby. hit film.
up sags Lindbergh .
Bette is workingnow
war machines are missing or -" -,__.., '!' m _, U .- : .' in "The Man late Dr. Annie Jump Can-
.simulated. ii.' ; non, during her 44 years' work in
Who Came to Din-
'' :
Buck privates to generals have H the
griped over being forced to "play at ." ,, .:;.;;;: {}': ner," and likes it discovered ,college observatory,
a double star, 300 variable -
because it's legiti-
soldiering. This was one of the '
stars and
five of the 90
mate comedy the novae
main causes for the strong senti- I ; that have been
observed in
she did our
ment among citizen soldiers against 4t galaxy in the
< past few hundred
with James Cag-
extension of their year's service. _
years, reports Collier's.Furthermore .
They could raise no enthusiasm for Bette Davis ney, "The Bride
Came C. O. D.," she classified, according -
continuing to train without equip-
to their
ment. t 7, wasn't so much to her liking, be- spectra, almost
400,000 stellar
On the other hand, the general cause it was slapstick stuff. than other more
staff believes that it is far more vital '*W 1LMIW; --f--: any person in history.As .

to the immediate security of the -"<,'s 'And RKO, which releases "The

U. S. to let our tanks and other Little Foxes," may have a sure

armament help hold off the Nazis thing on its hands in Terry Frost.

,3,000 miles from our shores. I He is the last of the three men who .

The strategists'contend that.a. played "Killer Mears" in the stage
U. S. tank is performing infinitelymore version of "The Last Mile." Pro-

valuable service knocking out ducer Bert Gilroy picked him for a .
Nazis on the torrid deserts of North part in Tim Holt's "Cyclone on You LiveIf
Africa, or the bloody steppes of Rus- Horseback," in which Frost will you live according to nature,

sia, than using up oil in a training make his film debut after a wait of you never will be poor; if accord-

camp in Texas.- They favor send- 11 years. ing to the, world's caprice, you
ing most of our new tanks to Britainfor And-the other two men who will never be rich.-Seneca.

the present, and Beaverbrook's v" / c PS played "Killer Mears" were Spencer -

mission is to, clinch that argument. : < is;;' .. < : Tracy and Clark Gable-and it

British Need. was Gilroy who picked Gable for "MIDDLEAGE"WOMEN

The British need for tanks, par- tt: / his first film; "Painted Desert." So,

ticularly for the latest type, 32-ton : __nn"n"'n.nm.y.> __ if good things come in threes, Terry 3852yrs.old

medium tanks, is extremely urgent. Frost is headed straight for star- [ : J

It was lack of these that caused I Shooting up at a ledge on the 17th floor of the Hotel Gotham, New dom.A .

the rout in Greece and prevents the York, where John Ward, 26, was perched on the brink of eternity while \yjfT\ HEED THIS :DVICE.I.tI .

British from taking the offensive in police pleaded with him not to jump. But he did!. matrimonial expert, who's been Thousands of women
Libya and on the continent. Also, I asking American wives "What has are thru helped distress to go peculiar smiling --

without medium tanks the British ... 'w : Charles Boyer that your husbanddoesn't to women-caused
would be in desperate straits should ,0. : have?" maintains that 70 with by this period In life-.
c Lydia E. Pink-
Hitler make his feared overland ; .; per cent of the country's married ham's Vegetable Compoundfamous -

move into Spain and Portugal, ssr' :?' +' women are in love with male stars. over 60 years.Flnkham's Compound for

across The Strait of Gibraltar and: 45 $ m'c' < 't ''':::':::' '}t..:....:: One thing he's got is a beautifuland -made especially {or women-Eras
down the Atlantic coast of French wife. helped thousands to relieve such
: '
> >: charming
s-:: ;: : weak. nervous feelings due to this
West Africa to Dakar. --; functional disturbance. Try itTnctPIPcq. I

Thanks to' the U. S.; the British It's on again/'off' again with John .
are well supplied with light 12-ton ) Garfield and Warner Brothers. Asvpinrecl
tanks. So far they have received k14. lu
+ ". nTPun11 Thou -htIei;
./ -" --
about 500 : :
together with <<
spare parts. : : (z1) here, he refused to They never taste who always
These light-tanks have given a t do "New Orleans drink; they always talk who never
good account of themselves. Theyare wg',< "
'rr Blues, was suspended think.-Prior.
superior to similar German and <>k j
Italian types. But mounting only s<(7s .'' ... .. Wharf, the very
50-caliber guns and lightly armored, s) < '> talented actor who

they are no. match, as Greece and S J i iSi& has appeared so often

Libya have proved, for medium Axis i4/b; < on the stage
tanks. s 'S."
< with Lunt and Fon-
S *' : ,, 5 ,: < '' iI
I tJ tanne,replaced him.
STEEL SHOWDOWN ( Garfield was assigned -
: The OPM and the
< .
""' < L'
: : \ .. t to "Bridges
have : '
finally taken w.
drastic 5
steps to < < <<44' cc \' \ Are Built at Night,"
John Garfield
regulate supplies and increase ca- <' c .. ii and all seemed well.
pacity, but it took all kinds of nag- _____mnm_._ ___,.n... ..__....__........ ... ...._ m....__v.'_
But it wasn't, and now he's been

ging do by it.the government to get themto Suspense Whooping it up Hanging from the Empire State suspended again, and again Whorf RHEUMATISM LUMBAGO
has him. Seems to be be-
One of the most spectacular of 'high in the air while photographing -. building is all right for window- replaced
coming a habit. Maybe Garfield has
these nagging sessions took place in | 1 construction work on the Hoover washers, but it's tough on the news forgotten the Bette Davis
rumpuses From the Heart
the OPM board 1! dam.
room recently and
and James had with the
was attended by Eugene Grace of Prayer is not perfect without the
studio-and that both of them
same the heart.
Bethlehem Steel Tom presence
; of
5rI went back to work at the same old
Republic; Ernest. Weir of
stand when the fuss was finally
ton; Irving Olds, new head of U. S. settled. ta

Steel, together with Ed Stettinius, I
the old head; Leon Henderson; -E- gy
Knudsen; and representatives from Guy Lombardo has been having a Preferred bySOUTHERNERS

the army, navy and maritime com lot of fun with those lyricized commercials -
mission. superimposed over a mu-
The steel manufacturers immedi- sical background, and radio audi- in New York City

ately put the government.representatives S ences' like them so much that he's More'and more Southernersare
on the defensive with the decided to make them a regular feature making the Collingwood
:, tion: "Well, what do you want ques- of his Saturday evening pro- their home in New York.They
us CV>' S like its convenient location,
to do? Cut off all steel to the con- ) grams. just off Fifth Avenue; and the
sumer?" --X cheerfully furnished rooms .

Price Administrator Henderson replied Tom Hanlon, announcer on Gene each with tub and shower.
: J
that such a curtailment would 1 S. I Autrey's CBS Sunday program, SINGLE from $O5O

be disastrous, that steel to the con- "Melody Ranch." figures that he'son Double from $3.50

sumer could not be cut off right I I his way up, 'in motion pictures.He Special weekly and monthly rates

away. Other government represent 'Left: Press photographers are likely to be aroused at any hour of recently played a scene with TWO, DELIGHTFUL Knott Management RESTAURANTSUnder

atives hemmed and hawed. So did he night, as we see at the left. Right: While covering a disastrous Greta Garbo and Melvyn Douglasat HOTEL .RoBE"J.TGI.ACEY'

r: the ship-builders. The meeting got lood( this lensman had to submit to the rules and be inoculated. the Metro studio. He did a commercial MeegefA1b4I88I
nowhere. announcement which they

?; "'..-. Finally Admiral Emory Land,'rell Press photographers P.,<,. were supposed to 1iear over the radio
J: ative of ex-Colonel en- A.!)) WEST I 35th ST.LL .
l Lindbergh, but during an important sequence. ss
;; no believer in his views, got up. lure anything to get : L ::: I But-he worked just out of camera NEW YORK

;:: S Land, chairman of the maritime 'something different" as range on the set with the Swedish. '
commission, is a close friend of his picture proves. I star.
... Bethlehem's < ,
I Eugene Grace. But ;f(

:: looking at Grace and the other steel .. ..SSS.. ,. Red Skelton has already arrivedat WNU-7 35-41
: manufacturers '-,, < ; / ':
: gave the top, if reports of what pre-
? them a dressing down he might have &5/ S view audiences thought of "Whis Give a Thought to
?: kA
: given to his own sailors. <
\/S tling in the Dark" are a prophecy.
t.- s < / 'S < i
"I've been. listening to you for < / # Seems he's going to give Bob Hope MAIN STREET
'f': two hours," he. said, "and I'm fed "/ .._/ / 4 t a run .for Hope's laurels, and make t

k': up with it.. 'I don't know what the .5.<' ,< << 7X 4S r fault is, or whose fault it is. But I ,S/ / I ). doing. Q like ours clear across the country
S do know that the ___w 'X there's a steady revolution
t. shipyards
are four --
I I 5'S /!* h going on.Changes in dress styles
,t. to six weeks behind 'because they It looks as if September 15 would O and food prices .. the rise of a
5; haven't got steel. And I also know ,' ( ( ., be Orson ,Welles day in Hollywood.On I. JJ hat crown. .the fall of furniture -
.'!;' .5
that if you fellows want to 5< < Ii prices-these matters vitally
', you can L I that date he inaugurates his new
> correct that shortage. : affect our living. And the news
"You've been variety broadcasts as star, producer ;: is ably covered in advertisements.ft .
I. talking about expanding director and author with the .
',: Smart people who like to be
your Now if
you Mercury players, and also starts Q up-to-the-minute in living and
, ; mean business, instead of
; talking 0 follow advertise-
' '\. about the cameras grinding on his next current events,
it-expand. x ments as closely as headlines.
RKO picture "The Magnificent Am- \
. < .
: Next day the. steel
manufacturers bersons." Between times he'll probably O S They know what' doing in
announced their plan to build new \. X America'. and they also known x
do card tricks he's just
t". factories and expand production. I ; where money buys most! i \
:. tered seven new ones. .


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travelers had just met. .i! ,
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One was doing most of the talking.I m =,i/;
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: "Yes," he said, "I arrived home I
1 I I one morning after midnight and, : When the cork breaks in a bottle Before applying linseed oil to

{ as I opened the door, I saw a pour out the liquid it contains and outside of soapstone sink or tubs,

J Ji; 4 eZ1t stranger kissing my wife. .I put enough'ammonia in the bottleto first go over with sandpaper to
float the cork. Set until make
closed the door softly and hur- away them smooth.\
ried downstairs. At'l the cork crumbles. *
a. m. I ;
came back. I opened the door Leftover bits of jelly can be used

softly-and there' was the stranger -I Pears stuffed with chopped nuts for stuffing pears or apples to be
still kissing ,my wife. So I and creamed cheese make a delicious baked.

went downstairs again. At 1:15-" salad when served on crisp *

"Just a minute," interrupted the lettuce leaves. Chopped salted peanuts mixed

other man. "Why did you keep with a little dark brown sugar givea

galloping downstairs? Why didn't Colorful appetizers may be made crunchy coating to fingerlengthsof

you walk right into ,the room?" by steaming dried fruits about 15 cakes or to date, raisin or

"What?" cried the talkativeman. minutes and topping with well- cocoanut sticks. Try this next

"And have my wife catchme seasoned cream or grated Amer- time you are fixing up a trayful of

coming home at that hour?" ican cheese. "goodies" for your tea table.

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4i I U. S.' Voters I

'.. ..K.L .
OMAKEJ4iI. The census bureau estimatesthat

there are 80,528,000 American

citizens eligible to vote. The total

i number of persons 21 years.of age

.u., ....... ,..- -. or over, however, is 84,178,000, but

, 200,000 are aliens and 450,000
" Bell, the U.S.A. insignia-all are
maintain their residence in the

.j .. for your proud wearing on suit, voteless District of Columbia.
coat dress.
or .* Counted, in the voting eligibility

.1 AHOY! A FREEZE AS FRESH AS AN OCEAN BREEZE Easy crochet stitches make the trio and figure, but who are non-voters be-
.a (See Recipes Below) they require but minimum yardages of cause of illness and because ''they
. thread. Directions are Z9221. Send your have forfeited their voting priv-
order to:
] WEEK-END SUPPER IDEAS ilege are the 563,321 occupants of
our mental institutions, and the

Guests fcr the week-end? or just AUNT MARTHA Mo. 161,000, members of America's
.Box 166-W Kansas City
the family? Whichever it is you'll 'Apricot Upside-Down Meat Loaf prison population.
Enclose 15 cents for each pattern
want to take a brief vacation from Nut Bread Corn on the Cob

the kitchen or it won't really be Tossed Tomato, Watercressand desired. Pattern No.,............. NUMBER ONE GIFTSIf

Labor day for you. Cucumber Salad Name ...............................

Here's how you do it: Bake the Orange Freeze Sugar Cookies Address .............................. you have any doubt about whatto
in of the nation'smilitary
give a man
.. if Coffee or Milk any
-.0 ;,, nutbread in advance, it's better or naval services, send a
it stands a day or Recipe Given.of .
carton of cigarettes or a pound tin
so. Mix the meat Quickening' EmotionsWhen I of smoking tobacco. Tobacco rates

and set in the refrigerator automatic refrigerator, setting to first as a gift with them. And when
:. ,- l' until coldest freezing temperature. When men are rightly occupied, you check up, actual sales records
c ready to bake. partially frozen, turn into cold bowl amusement grows out show that in Army, Navy, ,Marine
their work, as the color petals out Corps and Coast Guard service
As a 'vegetable and beat with rotary beater until
R you'll like tender thick and fluffy. Add milk and beat : of a ,fruitful flower; when they are stores (where the men buy their

corn with lots of until blended. Return to tray, stir "DRAFT" crochet hook and faithfully helpful and compassionate own) Camels outsell all other cig-
{ ) all their emotions arettes. It is well-known that
butter, takes only every 30 minutes, and freeze until to the creation of are steady,
clever little patriotic accessorieslike deep, perpetual and vivifying to Prince Albert Smoking Tobacco is
a few minutes to cook, you know. i firm (5 to 6 hours). "
the soul is the natural the "National Joy Smoke. Local
these. Uncle Sam's familiar as pulse to
salad is simple and is tossed
Peach Shortcake.
star-banded hat historic the John, Ruskin.hhhhhhhhhphhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhN'. tobacco dealers are now featuring
Liberty body-
in a few seconds. Dessert, too, you'can Since peaches are so very good Camel cartons and pound tins of

make the day before and just this year, you'll want to make the Prince Albert Smoking Tobacco as
W wait until you see what a lovely sur- number one gifts for men in Uncle
most of them. This will win
prise it is, too. Cool/and 'delicious, I ? Sam's services.Adv.Led .
the orange freeze is tops.A ASI ME ?
(Serves 6 to 8) ? (
? with ?
change in the meat course is 2 cups flour quiz answers offering by PassionsA
the order of the day. A touch of ? jealous woman believes
2 any-
teaspoons baking powder ?
information various
on subjectstwhhhhhhPhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhN.
fruit borrowed from a favorite cake Vz teaspoon salt i ANOTHER ? thing her passion suggests.Gay.SOOTHEMINORBURNS .
and three of your favorite kinds of ?
2 teaspoons sugar .. .es.. .
meat go to make up this: ., .
.1h cup milkr i -,' > :
Apricot Upside-Down Meat Loaf. % cup butter The Questions 4. Venic **(con e.c1ing the pal- f1r1

(Serves, 8 to 10) Mix dry ingredients, sift twice, ace 'of the doge with the prison).

1 pound smoked ham (ground twice) work in butter, add milk slowly 5. Britain (Henry Shrapnel,
1. ,In slang, what is knownas
; % pound beef (ground) and toss on floured board. Divide navy 1761-1842)'. WHITE"PETROLEUM"' JELl
an "ash can"? .
% pound fresh pork (ground) into two parts, roll to a desired 6. Islands of Japan.
2. Which of the is not
2 eggs thickness and bake in hot oven (400 both in Europe and Asia-Russia, 7. The North star. Both in Honor

% cup cold water degrees) for 12 minutes or until Turkey and Iran. 8. Thomas Jefferson. Purity the feminine, truth the

: 1 cup milk done. Use a buttered ,baking pan 3. Which, Plato, Aristotle or 9. Only 31,284 square miles. masculine, of honor.-Hare.
cornflakes (crushed) for
cup baking. Split biscuit. when done
Socrates first his
,;' 1 tablespoon Worcestershire sauce and spread with butter. --- .

V& teaspoon pepper Peel and slice fresh peaches fineor philosophy? u .

% teaspoon dry mustard ( pulp them), sprinkle with sugarto 4.Sighs Where? :is the original Bridgeof For Your, Labor(;Day PicnicFeastfortheLeast

1 tablespoon onion (very finely taste, let stand in refrigerator to
5. The projectile called shrap-
minced) chill. When ready to serve, place
nel is named after. who
a general
4 tablespoons butter peaches between or .on top or both,'
4 tablespoons brown served in what country's army?
sugar top the whole with whipped cream.
18 dried apricot halves cooked) Chicken .6. What are' Kiushiu: Shikoku
Combine smoked han and Riukiu?
: beef and
1 cup ground chicken meat 7. What is Polaris? 'o e
with m
pork slightly beaten
eggs, milk, an
Vz ground almonds
! water and cornflakes. Mix cup 8. Who was secretary of state
thoroughly -
I and add Worcestershire sauce' Lemon 2 to 4 tablespoons juice celery, chopped in George Washington's first cab-

' pepper, mustard, and finely minced inet?
I' onion. Melt butter in bottom of a Salad dressing to moisten (cooked, 9. How. much of Greenland'stotal
french or mayonnaise)
9 5 area (736,518 square miles)
by by 3 loaf pan. Add brown
Salt ,
. is ice-free land? -
sugar and heat until well blended. ',
Mix meat, celery and almonds .
. Arrange apricots cut side ii
up, on
Season to taste with salt .
J and lemon ,. .
.. the bottom of the pan. Pack the The. Answers -, -- -
and add
I juice enough dressing to \
meat mixture
over apricots. -

,' ,. Bake in a moderate oven (350 degrees give Shrimp a spreading and Cucumber consistency.Filling. 1. A depth bomb. Coward and Hero the backbone, will fight for an

r ) for Vi\ hours.. \Vz cups fresh cooked or.canned 2. Iran. This creature man, who in his I idea like a hero.-George Bernard

l. Orange Freeze. shrimp 3. Socrates. own selfish' affairs is a coward to Shaw.

, (Makes 1. quarts) 1 medium-sized cucumber

% cup sugar % teaspoon salt -

1 cup water Vz cup mayonnaise

1 package orange-flavored gelatin Paprika 7E\:

,. 1 cup orange juice Chop shrimps to paste; peel, remove SURE I
2 tablespoons lemon juice seeds from cucumber and a
2 cups milkCombine t -----I; ( ( FIRST WITH
chop very finely squeezing out excess SMOKE CAMELS. ARE
sugar and water and boil water. Combine with shrimps,
2 minutes. Remove from fire and seasonings and mayonnaise. Chill THE/RE FIRST ME/TOO.THE/RE

dissolve gelatin in hot syrup. Add and between slices s> :
spread ? of bread, q WITH MEN MILDER_.AND 4r
. fruit juices. Turn into freezing tray cut in fancy shapes.. .

k To accompany these good-tasting, : SNTHENAW TASTE
clever sandwiches, you'll undoubted.
LYNN SAYS: ly want to serve a cool, refreshing (j1/,4

i beverage. Why not try:

Vegetables with interesting Coffee Frappe.
;' background and good vitamin /I I'c II
2 cups strong freshly brewed coffee k
;11- : stories intrigue'me.. Take water ,
. V4 cup cream
, :. cress, for instance. You may
V4cup, powdered sugar
once have gathered this
tender % teaspoon ground ginger I
little green among brooks and 1
i,'. runs, but its history harks back egg white .kY
Place all
ingredients and
f' much longer than either
you or I.
cracked ice into a beverage shaker

}. source Watercress of vitamin is A an which excellent and shake well; or beat all ingredi- THE SMOKE OF SLOWER-BURNING CAMELS CONTAINS
ents together with egg beater and
j.. growth, increases resist let stand in refrigerator to chill.
.. ance to infective diseases and .
Sometimes on a Sunday or holiday r

,. prevents eye diseases. Excellent afternoon there comes a lull 28% Less
too is watercress in vitamin C which a bit of re- '- Nicotinedttual

'0 which is so essential to good bone freshment seems -
; and teeth formation.
to fill perfectly. sales record 1
,:, Vitamin B, too, is found in its\ For that I would ? than the average of the 4 other largest-selling cigarettes la Navy Canteen and
leaves, and that, you know, stimulates suggest assorted t tested-less than any of them-according to independent Ship's Service Store

f appetite and protects nerve sandwiches, cool y scientific tests of the smoke itsel I' show. the largest-sell-
and brain tissue and brain func drinks, jellied a lag >p
}: tion. Its vitamin G content will Waldorf salad THE'

help you have normal nutrition.The and peach short CIGARETTEOF

iron it contains in its copper cake. All of these CAMEL TOBACCOSi

J. and magnesium deposits helps recipes have the little added flavoring COSTLIER

make blood and nourish teeth. that make them company far*.
(Released by Western Newspaper UoloiJ

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The Clewiston News Lou Jacobs Dies In | BE CAREFUL ONT LABOR DAY I ruined the sugar industry' there. In medal, of the Governor General of
c --7 I three years, the varieties, of sugarcane :Canada.In .
Tampa WednesdayHendry Tampa. Aug. 27-((FNS)'-The now known ,as C.P. 28-11 and ,
1917, he
I Florida Safety Council is Calling on C.r., 2819'were originated'and entered: Syracuse Uni-
Published Florida, by every the CLEWISTON1eNEWS. everyone',' ,to : be extremely. careful: developed and these canes,, along last versity two, New York,completing the
Tnc.'c. ; ( 'County News) I op Labor Day so that this last holiday -. with certain imported types and ,years for the Bachelor'sDegree'I'n
resiient which' closes the .summer shallbe newer seedlings' :have played a 'vital Agriculture in, 1919., ",In
Lou Jacobs, 62-year'-old I June, 1918,. during War No.
KEATJU&Y' nOVVDEST, Editor : without accidents and fatalities. ..part in re-establishing the .sugar World : '
) tion'since boom ', ,1,' he, registered for'service
of this se 'days in the .
Persons; to be .
I are urged unusually industry; in. Louisiana. .
died., last' Wednesday hi a Tampa g-exer Armed Forces of the United }States! ,
careful in .t i( :
mail matter : Ci
cla3s Dr. was
second : Bourne born
I British.
Entered -as '
February 1. 1927., ,at the Post,Office in hospital.: Death: followed a major J cise& and in enjoying .the .beaches.HEFORMED !, ._,. parents serving until? ,,April: 1919; ,,that same-
Clewiston.; I'lorida-under, the ACt of: operation, performed' :several; ,hour in Bridgetown, arbadosHe year: he, became. a citizen of the
March :3, .1.897.1' earlier in: an. attempt to prolong J. .. ',' .' .. ,' received: preliminary and high United ,States., .. : .
his' life, according,to friends., : j" '; :... school education at Harrison .College f.\'. ,.,. -iTftom : :Ax :
.. .- ',' ,:;1,<1:= : -
: --L-- in "
SubMr'pdoDR te $2.0O Ver T>nr. He was in'cheerful spirits whenhe !' -' ." .Having passed : 4919 tto ,1923 hTe: :
in s.a': two' fisted drinker I once had Cambridge: University (England ), sistant( :Director of ri ,
Advertlatog''tlatf+ On" 'Application. left for: Tampa .Tuesday company -a /l. ; ,. !,\
with G. A,' Hull' and Hugh ,' skill" j pre-entrance examinations and, also,. ,Barbados. In. 1924, ., :
O'Bannon. They had dinner 'to- .I. put 'it' away with "a' right good two-year Diplomat-Course( in tropical, graduate work" and" .t

Devoted 'to. the "ad\'a"nc'men'and'Hendry'{arid'County.. welfare -, ether that night before he 'left ,,. "will.Flaying 't" ,', .- agriculture, he entered ,McDonald: terof.? Science Degree ,at *.

of Clewiston .. for the hospital. Nothing more was my insides" with '* spirits Agricultural College, McGill University .University. During 1924,.p. 5)t
heard' from him( until.1 Friday, morning -. straight *' in .;1915 at- the; age ot 18He he 'was: Professor and ,Head

ME.\OIR,' when, a Tampa daily; carried a : Was 'really how I: tempted ,fate' ', : completed :first: twp' .years; o'f Department, 'oC Plant
W" IIFLORIQX And, brought : whole zoo: to : regular: -.fouryear.course for Bachelor ui.e" f
a my -
PRESS A'SCCI.IOS; \\ short item :which, ,stated simply that I University of Puerto
NAIICKAL EDITORIALRAMBLINGS./ { \' \ he had' died Wednesday.: .' front gate &'; s. Degree, in }917. As leader. from 1926 to, 1929 was

$ 191 ; ''"'.:,'' Mr. Jacobs', came to LaBelle in I This'story. : is : 1d :e t'i> .hued of. his class! ',he...:,-jecpiyed r the, bronze I'" .',('Continued on _Page J
1924 shortly afterwards boughtthe {
.. .. and. tale .. .. 4
.. :..:..:-.:. -.:-' ':..':..:.. .:..:..:..:..:.'.:..: quarter ,section of 160 acres of And' quite beyond .rthe commonplace r I -,,;-"-;":--'':-..:-'.:-:..:-:-:-':.." ..HK..:..>*K"X..HKxx..x..:..:.."...:- "...."..."....."'..."................."..'".!..)
:NN: --
..... --NNN -- : : land where he lived. This was ,- : :
pale, ; i :3 : :
formerly in Glades County, but was L .. :: I : : ]
It' .enters a realm: both strange. and ; : ; : ; ; .
the of western
included In .
: I : :
.. queer
: Glades. which was taken into Hen- Th'e'home.: of that'J.creature... call ." 'JiTO 0 K...' ". ,, J' .
;vwe :
By B. B. .1.11 place dry, four The years Subdivision., ago, He. called hisS j I fear; L't t. :. I .11: : : ,_: : : ; ._ : :i. :i,< ..

. . ............... ........,.... .......... Where grotesque ;;shapes. come out i 1J'31t. .!'
.!........................-... ... .-. ."- .' .""""." After the sudden death of C. J. j 'and leer. ; r '
-1 Kirk in the spring, JMr.. Jacobs de- = \ '1'1iC'.1\:" : :" '... .. .- ,: :i:

Glen Etherton had a real honest- cided to take over the real estate There were elephants pink and : ,t, Ir SAT: THE CALENDAR :_;::
to-goodness smile Tuesday after I office which he had operated. He camels green' ,-.1 C rl.(q -" r ,', .. 's'r
noon as he informed customers that I was to ..open'for business October And the biggest .jackass I've ever == "
his filling-station was out of gasoline 1. In making land deals he was 'seen; ::, Cover,; "Your. ,House for Windst rm' 3 i:

and wouldn't have any in till hopeful of disposing of lots or landon But when I beheld the missing .link ?, .{;I, LIC.J.y -., r .' ::::

the first. The smile, however, was his own place. And a python emerged from the ::: J8r.1 'f.' Now. :.
not caused by the gasoline short- According to .best' information ob- kitchen sinkI .;. "d ":"" 'i'i
age. Just about the time the last I tainable he was buried Thursdayin then decided to give up drink.

gallon was pumped into a cus- Greenwood cemetery in Tampa.
tomer's tank, a little 6 pound' girl, Survivors Include a sister and' I'm on my way to sign the pledge i f s11"( .t.i"ir'i::; : =
And in not one word will I ever
who will answer to the name of brother who live in Rhode Island, .
Glenda Sue Etherton, made her a son, Karl Jacobs, who lives in hedge. ::
:;: Phone 66 for Ruth
appearance at the hospital, in.th. Oregon and a grandson, Lester I'll follow the straight and narrow :; ; .

next block. What's a little thing Jacobs, who is making his home way *_ ; ': Art Lawrence. :;:
like having no gasoline to sell! with Mr. and Mrs. G. Small in Tho it will be tough. for many a : ':'
.s: -sdlr '
day.Is .
Clewiston. 'J'y
that what all the drunkards say? !l .s. '
Last week after the last of the -TOl\ HURST, I Beardsley Insurance :;_:
Air School To Install .
drove out toRiddleMcKay
copy was written, we P. O. Box 375, Clewiston. y
' Aero College to look Y ,',
Own Electrical Plant :? Agency :i:
it over. Even with the reports of MEN WHO MAKE FLORIDA
activity we were not prepared for Y

the amount that has been accomp- (Moore Haven Democrat) From All Florida Page, Miami ..;.... .... ...................... ................... ... ... ............. ... ::
lished in this short time. We chose Herald) .... ;-ff.-+.-. .-. . .-. . ........ .-...-. .-..... ...:-:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:::..);

the closing hours of the day when A letter received this week by I Florida seems to be a concentration -

most of the workmen had left, so the city from John G. McKay of area for many outstanding and

we didn't have to dodge as we the Riddle-McKay Aero College able men. They bring to "The Em-

looked in the buildings.The stated that the company has made pire of the Sun" training, education

buildings are grouped, so as arrangements for installing its own and experience, as is reflected in r
to provide a large flying field, and electrical generating' equipment at.l f the rapid advance of Florida in I d I r Qy

they are attractively spaced. The the air school. I| many lines of endeavor. and busi-

barracks-there are four of them- City officials had been trying for I ness. Out at Clewiston, Fla., there 9
are long narrow one-story build- several weeks to figure on extending -, lives and works'.a man who is do-

ings. Windows are plentiful and' lines from Moore Haven to ing a great job. He is a quiet

large; and the barracks have the supply the air school and made a chap and has little to say about the 1 I l I'
exaggerated eaves which make for trip recently to Miami to contact splendid work that he has done, t .
much comfort in this climate. Only officials of the school. Mr. Mc- but ALL- FLORIDA does not pos-

the partitions were up, but the I Kay, at that time indicated that the sess his modesty, and we considerit
quarters looked as though they were I company would be interested in securing a real service'to our readers and

designed for a modern college power from the Moore Haven I Florida to tell you a bit about Dr.

dorm rather than an army camp. I plant in the event they 'were B. A. Bourne.Dr. .

Tuesday afternoon we were unable to Install their own equip- Bourne came to Florida inJu'ne
Tileged to ride through prJ-1 ment. 1926,. to take charge of the
Field near Arcadia, where Embry- : The letter was brief and gave no U. S. Sugar Cane Field Station at

Riddle Corporation has a similar indication of the capacity plant the I Canal Point to build a new research ", '....,."';...,,,:
field in operation with 195 cadets company expected to- install at the laboratory and engage in developingnew ,

now in training and where the field. I sugar cane varieties for Louisi IIII
I ,,, u
tirst RAF cadets in the United II I ana. That state was then in great X'/eji;
States .recently received their diplomas distress because of mosaic and root-
in the primary flying Subscription $2.00 Per Year I rot diseases which had practically

course. Pictures and descriptions ---- AIR !iIA A'i\'
have not done justice to Carlstrom

"Reid.: It is a very goodlookingplant. .::..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:NN:..:..:..1/.....:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..? CONDITIONEDomk

Many of these buildings X
are completed and landscaped. The j f
tennis-courts and swimming pool ::' n 0 # ? I I '.1'. l /

are in use. The steel hangars (and ; y
they are tremendous) and other i y
buildings are underway. The build- v? Dependable. Service
ings are British colonial in type; I y
all white, with tall slender columns I y v :J

supporting narrow porches, ': ? ,'., "

and quite a bit of the wrought-iron |.v.'.. .} via. Florida Motor.Lines .MAIN LINE to all Florida
work characteristic of this type 0-1 i ; WORD 'THUG '' : n ;' "
architecture. We have'been think-I ::' :: *. -c n;.\- : r. 'axd the .North. -
ing of'their flying schools as hastily I ':' .- 'V1.11 ifhboultd :: .. .
I ';; SLANG / o '. -. .;. : i'tl, ,.. 4.5SAM 1:25 PM '
erected and temporary army camps. I I'J" Lv. CANAL 'POINT:; : +
; .. .. .,
--' .. '.,.. \ Ar. TAMPA --' 10:10 t-M 6:55: -PM Costs Less than Driving
College 'L .l :
In I
reality the name Aero L ": '.j; Ar. LAKELAND'r/. 1. .: ;. AM 5.50 PM
Is appropriate, for the .schools are .. ,J"'P{ ; Ar. ORLANDO'-: .1' .,:' Y'f. '10:50AM 7:45 PM One Round
.; ),) / ',f' JACKSONVilLE" ,;th 3IS PM 11:45 PM WilY Trip P
:not camps and they are not tem : I (
: . :::: t. : At.TALLAHASSEE; ... 4:45 PM 1259 AM 1.65 3.00
') ., ,, I ,{ :, : ; MIAMI $ $
porary., 1)J." 1)..... Ar. LAKE CITY .'"0.' :-. '.' '. 2.25PM I.IOAM JACKSONVILLE. 4.70 8.50

same The architect Clewiston-Stephen, plan is H.by Zachar the t.,' 0. ", '.'J.o...,.".:...,.. ;. "' .. .if .'.:f1.. ...t ':.I JACKSONVILLE Lv'CANAL POINT }. '},."' .;":. :5:20'3:45AM: PM '11:25 9:15'AM PM TAMPA.LAKELAND. .. 2.35 2.80 4.25 5.05

-who ,designed the Carlstrom I :: ( < .,.,.. ', ;A ? ORLANDO 2.95 5.35 4'
Held. Apparently our' field will be ; ( ., '.' : i :: HASSlE 'AND LAKE'CITY WITH GREYHOUND LINES LAKE CITY 4.95 8.95
as pretty; and we'll be' tremendously :: (Explanation on Pago Eight) ,} fOR ALL'POINTS NORTH AND'WEST. ATLANTA 8.40 15.15
.;. '.: ---1 I : '.'.. : .': .' i MACON 7.25 13.05
proud of it. "
{ Southbound- Going VALDOSTA 5.80 10.45Lv.
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Buying a :s: I CANAL POINT:;. 1:25 PM 4:55

::: house is through an amortized loan--:it :: DR. H. B. MILLER, Agent C MILLER'S DRUG STORE

The first of this week George :;: offers the convenience of repaying in : I I. PHONE 3921 CANAL POINT

Dansby and his well-drilling crew :: '
'from Wauchula struck water at 315 ; monthly sums as you'd pay rent; systematically :;: '

feet at the Riddle-McKay 'Aero Col- I ;: increases your equity; and reducesfinancing ?I[ r

!lege which appears to be of excellent I :=;: costs drastically. Ask about
'quality and of sufficient quantityfor [ .. us :;
most needs. :;: a home loan. ::. y
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.Ito town shows tto be very soft, vy I
clear :and without any chemical or y
. mineral odor. Samples have been y y
sent 'to the State Board of Health y

for anal'sis. '. yY 4 e

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'the hangar site and another is now Y

being drilled near the' new. recrea- :f !! 1 / 0

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TAfiKPersonals 1m.TI. !
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t GENE BERRY CELEBRATES 5TH W. ,D.; ., Greene, Mrs. C. P. Murdock: :
Men Who The
: ,BIRTHDAY OX MONDAYMrs. I Make- Treasury Department or., the ,
Mrs. Ward Roberts, Mrs. Ralph ; '
J Wood, of Moore Haven, and, from I r. -. your Defense Reserve Banks will hold'
: -1 E. P. Berry entertained witha 1" Savings Bonds_.for ,'.
[L Clewiston, Mrs. Foy Durrence, Mrs. Continued[ from Page 4) safekeeping free' of charge. "" '"

children's party at her home on Art Lawrence, Mrs. Geo. Crowe, I I Pathologist in Charge of -U. S. ....

the 'government 'reservation' Monday Mrs. Vernon Bryant- and. Mrs. Roy' Sugar Cane .Field Station,, Canal Support your Government in ,this
afternoon. The party was Alston. Mrs, D. E; Griffith and Mrs. Point, Fla. national

_,: \ Connie ,'Clarlr' was a visitor, 'in given for Gene Berry and' marked' : L. L., Lowe, were. 'special' luncheon' .. From.Junes: 1929, to _September, of defense emergency.by buying Build Defense a Savings wall. '_ ., -

Tampa Th rsday. ', his fifth birthday. guests.. 1930, he,,was the Head of Agricultural Bonds..and :
: tamps ,_,, _
After an afternoon of play, Mrs. : ) : "
----:- I : Research of, UnitedStates
,:oJ". .' Dr. B." A., Bourne 'returned' to Berry assisted by Mrs. Jack :Him- FAREWELL PARTY GIVE" "Sugar, Corporation Between, 1930.. ......., -.: ,'I

: Clewiston on Monday after spending. rod,' served cookies and ice cream. FOR JIM BEARDSLEr i_ and 1934, he was temporarily As- FOR'' SALE"A Norge Electric 'refrigerator ;, .: _:
a week in New York on business. Lollipops =and balloons were givenas I 'sociated :Plant Pathologist PlantPhysiologist very cheap for cash. '7 I 1:"

I favors to .the 'youngstefs. A large group of young people of the University of Can, be seen_ ,I.L.pI>er tlon., See V. ".

.I Miss Mildred, Durst' 'left Saturday n' Since the next"day was ,her birthday gathered Tuesday' night at theDeardsle'y Florida Agricultural Experiment L. 'Phillips.,.Moore Haven, :Ffa. t 2t,.,.; ,

; for a two 'weeks' vacation, which :Ann Himrod brought'hIong her Farm for, (.a- ,>farewell 'Station, and ,during this period, he "JW"JX ,., /
Beardsley < t
she is spending at Swannanoa, N..n' birthday' cake, and' shared in the party honoring James W. also "';
j ? ; completed post-graduate studies FOR RENT
" ,:; ," : .. who ,left this week to enter the Large room furnished, ..__
. celebration, the-'childretr-'sarig a
as .
Car. at' Cornell University., ,receiving.thedegree .for two
separate "Happy .BlrUiday'song U. S. Army as a second lieutenantin ,persons., Separate e.ni.-.::, :,
--:-:- of Ph.D. in 1333 with; "
major trance.Across
e: -
I. ) '. ,. -highway from Hen, ,
- the artillery reserves. ; :
Mrs. F. 'R.7 Maxwell l. left' Thursday to her'The ; :? r -in Plant Pathology. dry County Motors. Phone 102. ..
for her 'home in Miami after invited guests w'ere Arthur Enjoying the occasion were Gerry I Mrs" "
Between 1929 and 1930 he originated : 7arvis. tfn.

,'. I a few days visit with Mr. ,and Mrs.: Wayne King': Howard Smith, Denny Shive," Pahokee; Josephine-' Armstrong and developed several new's .
G. E. Etherton.Mrs. Childress Jerry and"Claude Phillips Pahokee: Ruth 'and Mary '
J ,' gar cane varieties' which are today :"j. '. : : '
,, Franklin and Ronald' ,JOries'l Jameson, Belle Glade; Elaine;;Freed the leading commercial : ; .
D. B. Allen and daughter Walker Nail; Jr., Margaret, 'Mary, I lund; Belle Glade; Elizabeth Drau- canes Johnson's : '
being used for sugar manufacturein : Fish
Margery, Mrs. R.' J.' Blount Billy Ann and John Himrod .June Col- ghn, Moore' Haven;' Edith Aly, Florida because: of Camp,
their disease
'., and Louis Blount were visitors in lier' Bernie, Thompson,.kBI4Jly. Broad- Moore Haven; Gloria Dulany, Pa- ,(Near Hurricane Gate)
resistance, early maturity '
and high
r Fort Myers Wednesday. foot, George Ann Sug'gs, John hokee; Betty Finch, Jacksonville; Clewiston, "Fla.
,yielding qualities. In 1933 he
Perry, Paul Bowden, Jimmy Knight, Billy Prewitt, Ritta; Arthur Larri- commenced 'Boats and l\r"otofs-Gulde Service
on the development -
Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Lovvorn returned DeWayne Waldron. Linda Lee, Edward more and Kenny Mock, Pahokee;' Rates Reasonable '
of the lemon oil indus '
Saturday from a tw o weeks' Moore-Bethy: Howard, Ronald David Jones, Canal Point; Doug try grass W. H. Johnson; Mgr.
in Yemasee South Carolina s aronJCrochet.POSTAL Haven : and Ralph anew agricultural enterprisein
visit Hare and Aly, Moore ; Moye America.
When war'broke out
; I and in Western North Carolina. Bishop, Ritta; Bob Godman, Miami '
.in Europe, research ad-
work was
, j I CLERKS MET ;. Sidney Smith, Belle Glade;
Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Vorhees are HERE TUESDAY NIGHT Betty Ostlund, Miami; Evelyn ;vanced to the point where large- MECHANICAL, 'STRUCTURALARCIITEVrI3RAL
scale pilot plant work in''
parents of a baby boy who was Gross: West Palm Beach;, Georgia was pro- DESIGNS
: off : alm Beach gress. Today, the industry is "
born in Eustis on August 20th. The 1- Postal clerics O'Rourke, Titusville; Mrs., Roy I on Maps Estimates'
Palm Beach, Pahokee, Belle full commercial basis, supplying
baby weighed 3 pounds 8 ounces. Green, Jr., Belle Glade; Barbara JOHN IL'DOTYERgineering .
Glade'and ClewistpiUenjgyed:: a delightful lemon grass oil on which Americadepended
Morrison, Florine Moore, Consultant
: Mrs. O. A. Jones and daughter, buffet supper at'the homeof Ford,' Coburn Moore, Bill Owen, for imports entirely priorto
Mr. and Mrs. Gratton H. Georgeon the war. He discovered that the Hopkins Bldg. Clewiston, Fla.,
5 Marianne, have returned from a Dick Patterson and Ed Clark, Clew
; visit of several weeks in Atlanta Saturday night of last week. iston, Maida Harrington, Canal spent lemon grass pulp. was an

and in Ellijay, Ga. Following the supper a business Point; Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Lawrence excellent cattle feed mixed with
". session was held and several matters sugar cane molasses. Experiments,
-- of Clewiston, Mr. and Mrs. J.
Mrs. Carl Berner, Bobby and I pertaining to the work of the E. Beardsley and Jim, Bob, Dan under his direction, recently completed J. M. COUSECounselor

J Carline Berner, Jo Ann Crouch,. clerks was discussed. Ernest Abelof and 'Bruce Beardsley. show that it can be used

j Mrs. EI C. Mills and sons, Gene and West: Palm Beach, state president successfully in finishing common and Attorney at (.a"

i '' of the clerks; association_ made : Florida steers. Hopkins Building
i Bub, are spending today in Fort ; JIM BEARDSLEY TO CAMP
i Myers. I a talk' and discussed his plans toattend Dr. Bourne is a member of the Wednesdays and Saturdays

I, -- I r the national convention in James W. Beardsley, eldest, son American Legion Post No. 93, 9:30
Mrs. A. Toulis and sons, Billy I. St. Louis from September 1 to of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Beardsley, Clewiston, Fla., American Phyto-

and Anthony, have returned to I I the 6th. This will be the sixth left this morning for Orlando fora pathological Society, Botanical So-
their home in Clewiston ,after I annual convention has attended.The physical examination before con- ciety of America, American Society

l spending two months visiting relatives -I next meeting of 'the group tinuing on to Fort 'Sill, Okla.' to I of Plant Physiologists, Soil Science I

in and near Boston. will be held in Pahokee the date enter U. S. Army service as_ a member I Society of Florida, International I.

to be later decided upon. ,of the artillery reserves. Jim Society of Sugar Cane Technolo- I TINNING & PLUMBING SHOP

Mrs. Willard Dilley' who spent Attending the dinner were Mr. holds a commission of second lieu- gists, National Farm Chemurgic Anything in Plumbing Fixtures

the summer with her parents in and Mrs. Geo. Reed and, Mr. and tenant in the reserves by: virtue of I Council, and honorary scholastic

New Castle, 'Pennsylvania, and visited Mrs. R. E. Manning' of Palm his R.O.T.C. training at;. the Uni societies of Phi Beta Kappa and Prompt, Efficient Service

in New York State and in Vir- Beach; Mr. and' Mrs. Ernest Abel versity.Mr. Phi Kappa Phi. PETER CHRISTENSEN Mgr.

ginia, returned to Clewiston Wed- and Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Mather of: and Mrs. J. E. Beardsley accompanied We could go on indefinitely asj I

nesday.Mr. West Palm Beach; Jack Phillips of him as far as Jacksonville to the things Dr. Bourne has done

I Pahokee; Rosa 'Nash of Belle and their house-guest of the and is doing, but ALL FLORIDAgoes
and Mrs. R. W. Turk returned past week Miss Betty Finch, returned -
Glade; Mr. and Mrs. A.. W. Lawrence on record that he is one of
with them to her home in Dr. Walter F. Purdon
to Clewiston yesterday after Mr. and Mrs. G. H. George ; the ablest of the MEN WHO MAKE :

I! spending the summer months in I and Mrs. A. W. Sias of' ,Clewiston. Jacksonville. FLORIDA.In :
Gainesville where Mr. Turk attended I II Osteopathic Physician & Surgeon

both sessions summer school LADIES AID TO MEET; THURSDAY I I Office, Hopkins Building,
this time of national : Clewiston
, of- emerg
at the University Florida. '------
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4 The Ladies Aid Society of. the ency'your country. needs ,your help. Daily except Sunday and .
i Mr. and Mrs. Glen Etherton are ,Ladies Aid card, party was Community Church will meet Buy Defense Savings Bonds and II Thursday

5 parents of a baby girl who arrived held yesterday afternoon .-at the :Thursday afternoon, September 4, Stamps regularly.Is Evening hours, Monday, Tuesday,

S 5 at the Clewiston Hospital Tuesday Community Center and was' a very at 3 o'clock at the Community Cen- i Friday, Saturday.

:: afternoon The baby weighed 6 su cessful affair, a nice sum hav-: ter. Your Subscription Paid p,

J pounds 4 ounces and has been named -' ing been realized for the Aid's . . -
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B. Thomas returned Tuesday I were in play. i' 1 ft

: from a visit with his mother, Mrs.. Mrs. Z. '.G. Meredith' won a linen .VV n- n qy
i G. B. Thomas, Sr., in Safety Har- tablecloth as first prize at Michigan .:oo-..tIi/ ?t
i bor. Mary Louise remained in and Mrs. C. A. Martinez won XV

: Safety Harbor and Mrs. Thomas i a rumba doll fitted with sewing accessories :::: ENJOY AN : :
I ,
went over Wednesday. Mr. Thomas as low prize.' 'At" bridge, .
I .
will join them for the week-end and Mrs M. E. Von Mach won a linen '"' .: .-.", ':' ';: .(.'.
: : ( .z.zz
will return to Clewiston Monday. luncheon set as first prize, Mrs.R. : : ':j'r ::'" ; .c' :=::;:

N. Smith a set of place =mats as ..!oo.!. I.; >.,,..'.. '''.;;',:" .'" ALL ELECTRIC" ;,., .!_.._!.
second :. .,,' '.
Among those prize, and Mrs. E. $ Seegara .z"; ( ;
attending the baseball for low ftfn : Mrs.P. :::: .: ... ':' ::
game between Belle Glade and I laundry bag ie. j ., ::
Clewiston In Belle Glade Sunday I M.: McIntyre won a linen lunch- :zz: ,, >< 1i:. j\ HcJI\IE .IIi ::
cloth cut and .Mrs. R. .z..z. \i .
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afternoon were Miss Ardis_ Bolton, .;..;. ... ;.
Miss Roberta Spicer, Miss Georgia C. Nowling an angel food ''cake as .... >' .'z"''
door .z..z. 'J i ...(.
O'Rourke, Mrs. I. S. Bell, Mrs. prize. A t
.-. Sandy Bell, Miss Christine -Bell, Joe Cake and ice cream were servedat AA 0 y+
Hall and Halson Avant. the close of, the afternoon. .z..z. i. '?'z'

..,. :::: Electricity is the modern servant;, a servant that ::

daughter Mr. and, June Mrs., Roy and Mabrey Mrs. Ray and :MOORE HAVEN SHOWERMrs. **_ takes care of both the work and the pleasures of the :;::;:

- Clark and daughter' Marilyn of Charles A. .Thomas""! !. who : : home and one that will do everything quickly, efficient- :

Bradenton visited this week with before her recent marriage was Miss
I:f:_: Iy 'and economically. :
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Topper. Mr. I Virginia Saxon of Moore Haven, was .... '...
and Mrs. Darrell Houghton of honor at brid luncheon rl
: guest a gen '
Lakeland were also guests of the and miscellaneous shower, on. Wednesday := *: One penny will toast 26 crunchy slices of toast, or :f.z:::

Toppers during the week. at the home of Mrs. Florence I .
I H. Ryan in Moore Haven with _: give your eyes tWo hours of safe reading light or operate ,l

Philip McLeod, Eric Thomas and Mrs. Ryan and Mrs. Ernes'f;Bowyer ::j:: your radio formost:, of a day-and-E ECrRlCITY is '
Martin Waldron __
:returned Tuesday hostesses. Several progressions of ._ f
from a week's stay at Camp OLena, bridge were ; enjoyed' during 'the' ;*:;: one' thing that"J" ets che per'the more of It that you use. :::

' near Lake City, Florida. The boys, morning hours, and atone, o'clock _

culture accompanied instructor by Joel, attended P. Keen an, agri-FFA lunch awarded was Mrs.served' Ward,. '-Prizes.Roberts i were for ft = That is why it is so easy to have and enjoy a home : j I. f

Leadership Camp for a week. They high score and Mrs. Ralph Wood, :: that is all electric and modern. t:;
left Lake City Saturday and motored ...
second. Later Mrs: Th'omas open 1Ej- -,- (
through West Florida as ,far as ed and displayed the many beautiful f'J

Graceville, where they were guestsof gifts of her friends. Y?
the Graceville FFA boys until Playing bridge 'with the honor

Tuesday. Mrs. Keen, who visited guest were Misses Elizabeth Drau- n:_. ELECTRICITY IS YOUR CHEAPEST SERV- ft

,her parents in Vero, Beach during
ghn, Bertha Gram, Jean Stalls, X YX
'the time, returned to Clewiston Miriam Adkins, Mrs. Everett Casper .;"i' .? ..

with them. .I .,. Mrs. Lawrence Hardy, Mrs. :=;::::: .iANT-USE IT EXTRAVAGANTLY. :::::

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I KY their out, and chuck the wagons deep grass will will be UNIFORM IMPROVED INTERNATIONAL ;THE. CHEERFUL CHERUB-

h & of their riders. We have to .
and move quick." I
I dont mind Htvintf
might be, Dry Camp SUNDAY
himself, "it just could be (Lesson troubles no.v
." A hard gleam was coming
the old rustler's wary eyes. Bv HAROLD L. LUNDQUIST. D. D. For that is when my
Dean of The Moody Bible Institute
10 if it can-great God! There's of Chicago.
THE STORY SO FAR: he was been nothing like this!" (Released by Western Newspaper Union.) spirit grows.

Dusty King and Lew Gordon had built remnants others seemed to have had I eel.5 sorry for
tIp a vast string of ranches In the West. ma ined; his breath knocked out of them by
King was killed by his powerful and unscrupulous many unheard-of scope, the bold dar- Lesson for August 31 the Folks
competitor Ben Thorpe. Bill tribe. the all-or-nothing char-
headlong V/Ko have these
Roper King's adopted son, was determinedto "I don't, of the plan. Lesson subjects and Scripture texts selected never
his death In spite of oppositionby and by InternationalCouncil
avenge niggers, is bigger than the Texas of RCeWit1:1du: Uo ; used by useful woes.
and her
his sweetheart. Jody Gordon "These Oermission! ,
father. Roper's successful raids againstThorpe's ," Tex Long said wonderingly. / 1\r1'cA,1 a
Texas holdings wiped him out of their ranges is bigger than anything has JOHN URGES CHRISTIAN LOVE
the state. Roper then left for Thorpe'sMontana whereby been!" -
ranches. Jody told that her fa "Half of t Dave Shannon smacked
LESSON TEXT-I John 3:13-18; 4721. 4
ther's life was In danger left her home to state of thigh with his huge hand. "By GOLDEN TEXT-Let us not love in word,
ride 500 miles to warn him. Walk Lasham. A big part I believe it'll bust 'em!" neither in tongue; but in deed and In truth.I .-
manager of Thorpe's holdings in Montana, on Walk John 3:18. ,
of outlawed
the pack young- WNU Service.
sitting alone and unarmed in a ,
saw the
saloolr one day. Gun In hand, Lasham pre. square"I had come a which wave of sometimes that fa- We do well to redefine the meaningof
to kill his hated antagonist who was enthusiasm
with Iron S face the im- love in our Sunday school classes
leading the rustler's war. men as they Prolific Insects
in on this next Sunday. Love is not that
C r were ; but Roper, strangely, was
CHAPTER XIII-Continued them now. to share it. The great raid sentimental, "wishy-washy" feeling Every season the white ant ,or
But now the scar-mouthed man Dog will be had planned all winter now which prompts the writing of emotional termite,proudly produces a million
spoke suddenly; from his positionat er with futile-a plan senseless and ballads, which are (like the baby termites to swell the world'sant
one side he had dared flick his bands." supposed love of which they speak) population. Toads arid frogs

eyes to the door. "Walk, look out! "Seven or ," said Lee Harnish, "what's "here today and gone tomorrow." both have large families, the for-
Don't turn! Watch this buzzard, but shouted at matter with you? You got chills Nor is it that lustful thing which mer in the neighborhood of 6,000at

wheel back and stand by me!" be worse fever, or something?" now parades itself shamelessly a time, and the latter half that
Into the front of the bar two men the Milk!" spoke to Harnish alone, as love, when it is nothing but animal number.
had come; they came striding back "A had forgotten the others. "That passion. Nor is it' that weak thing Snakes are three to four timesas
"If there which totalitarian dictators make it prolific as rabbits, for whereasthe
the length of the room; their spurs was from Jody Gordon, he
ringing brokenly. Roper did not see riors alone, out to be when they declare that to 'latter rarely produce more

their guns come out. But suddenlythe The men news, son?" attain, a people must hate, not love. than a dozen baby rabbits at a-

weapons of both of them appeared not easily don't know. She wants me to "Love is a desire for and delightin birth, a snake often produces 40.
in their hands, smoothly and to Ogallala." the welfare ol another." It The king of the jungle, Lord '

easily, from no place. ?" reaches out to all mankind, coming Lion, is usually, the proud fatherof

The two men were Lee Harnishand -right away." from God and being manifested in ,quads, and, his hereditary

Tex Long. for? Does she say?" the, gift of His Son as our Saviour.It enemy, the tiger, can boast' of the

Tex Long's .45 clicked in the palmof says she needs me; she says is stronger than any earthly same number.

his hand as it came to full cock. needs me bad, and right away. bonds. It is able to bear unbeliev-

He said, "Howdy, Bill. A spic girl she does, all right. If she able burdens; yes, because He loved [BETWEEN SNEEZES Op
just brought us word. Dave Shan- I don't believe she'd ever us Christ bore the sins of'the whole HAY FEVER

non and Hat Crick Tommy are up to me." world on,Calvary: It expresses itselfin PENETRO
the street. And Dry Camp Pierce." faces of the wild bunch rid- courtesy, in high standards of life, t INHAteq

"Gosh," Lee Harnish said, "we've were expressionless, noncommit- and in sacrifice. Love is, as Henry
been hunting you for two months! ; Roper knew they wouldn't have Drummond 'put it, "the greatest
You want us to blast these Indians, to say. They were youngsters thing in the world." Read I Corinthians Serving CountryHe
boss?" all except Pierce; but their 13 for Paul's exalted description serves his party best who

Bill Roper drew a deep breath, were carved lean and hard by of love. serves his country best.Rutherford -

and grinned. At first he could not riding, and a lot of that riding Our lesson reveals two importantfacts B. Hayes.

even appreciate that here, at last, been for him. about loveI. -

were the leaders he needed for his stood up, shaking his shoulders Love Is an Evidence of Regen-
great raid. All he could think of up your ponies." eration (I John 3:13-18)).

was that he had been reprieved from pulling out? Tonight yet?" There are two groups of people, I
certain death;. and he knew that life bet your life we are. Ought the saved and the unsaved. The unsaved I

was good. Red Horse Springs by mid- in Scripture are designatedas

." "the world," meaning, not the
CHAPTER XIV after that," Harnish said physical world, but the world of

"what is it, Bill? Is it Ogal- unregenerate men who are againstour
The tribute implied by,the re-gath- ?" God and His Christ. The savedare 0

ering of the wild bunch leaders was more the silence, while they those who have come to God in
one of the most extraordinary things for Bill.
Christ, who love Him and are in
that had ever happened Bill Rop- the raid," Roper said. -
the center of His love. That love is,
er's life. There not much to
according to John, an evidence that
their story. Driven out of Texas on CHAPTER XV .
we know God. There is an interest.
the eve of Bill Roper's victory, for "Now I said."I ing contrast here.
a while they had gone their separate Gordon came stumping across
1. The;World Hates and Kills (vv.
ways. But gradually they had drift- shocked or ; corral of his little Miles City 13-15)).
ed together again, in the Indian nations unrevealing his ringing at I NES.Io'4
spurs every Today the wicked heart of, man ROS
at Dodge, in the northern cow away. His big hands, rope-hard-, apart' from Christ is revealed in K
camps. With Cleve Tanner brokenin "God and thickened at the knuckles, I the tragic events which have em- .
Texas and the roots from said. It GES.R
loose at his sides; but his broiled the 'whole world in conflict.
under Ben Thorpe's organization by "He's had the look of a man beset., I R A
The point is that we as Christians
the loss of his the Tommy
breeding grounds, ning ,the back door of the
Should not be surprised if that kind
outlaw riders found themselves
unwilling he sent a great roar through
of a world hates us. In fact, we
to leave their work ,unfin-, many loose walls-"Jody! Jody, where are
should be troubled if it does not
ished. So at last they had come got a war ?" I
pate us, for if our Christianitymeans
looking for Roper-and had found They'll answered him, and Lew Gor-
tana- ,anything, it must be utterly
went to find her.
first thing was to get them out open! The the meaning of this?" was distasteful to a world driven by

of there. He named as rendezvous a in a bust of greeting as his daughter came, :.latred and the lust for blood. ... Ry wy ; pw
lonely shanty on Fork Creek. stop 'em, I, to him through the house. 2. The Christian Loves and Gives' ,

Roper himself was the last,to ride that!I" were supposed to stay in Ogal- (vv. 14, 16-18).
out of Miles City. Not one of his men "One !" The mark of a Christian is love

could be trusted not to get a skinfulof "What, threw her arms about his for God and love for the brethren.

liquor, and go gunning for Lash- "Grub," and pulled his head down to That' love demonstrates its genuineness -

am's men on his own hook. "That him; but Lew Gordon was not by giving freely to meet the,
Roper was relieved, therefore, non put off. need of brother, just as God freely
upon riding into the Fork Creek ren- Indian go ; horse wrangler just brought gave His Son for our redemption.

dezvous in the dreary February twi- ach ." word that you was here," he (cf. James 2:14-17).
light, to find his Texas men already A tensity "There's a pretty kettle of The background of such an atti-

waiting for him there. cabin; they when some horse wrangler tude is a proper understanding of SEE DEMONSTRATION"I

Lee Harnish looked sheepish. they stood more I about where a man's our: relationship to God, and an appreciation can't tell'you how thrilled I am
"Say, I forgot something. I got a a is ,at than he knows him- of His nature.II. with the performance labor saving
letter for here." In the and of Jew
you quiet features beauty my
The Very Nature God Is
Roper took the worn envelope and creasing will you please sit down? Love (I John 4:7-21)). NESCO Kerosene Range.
stood it in from "Before buy insist on seeing these
turning his hands. you
over you, I want to talk to you!I" God not only loves, but He is love. n' w NESCOS demonstrated and
The date showed.it to be three weeks ness "
all right. Lew Gordon 1. God Is Love (vv. 7, 8). learn about their'many convenience
old-no great age; everything con- his,fingers into a chair, jabbed his features and their fine cooking and
sidered. But what took hold of him, "There's spurs "Love .is the. very essence of His baking qualities. You'll find just the
the and "
floor at
long range, moral He is the of model to fit your Individual needs.
so that for a full minute he dared Long said. off another huge mouthful of nature. source
not break the seal, was that the suddenly all love" (R. A. Torrey). Only the Simplified Operation j
letter was.from Jody Gordon. tion?" :one who knows God as love knows "The large, scientifically designedoven
two of bad
are pieces
Him at all. has a reliable heat indicator and
"I've '
Roper ripped the
open envelope.The got "
said "First thing with efficient glass
Jody now. is fully insulated
whole The fact is that the love of God
note covered to
no more ing Thorpe has cut under us in wool. Fuel tanks are easily accessibleand
than half a page; but as he foldedit word." nas no real meaning unless it is powerful burners provide instant -
and, put it into a pocket, his hands bidding, at Dodge.for the" government con- understood the light of the I cross, heat in various desired degrees. 4i
were shaking. "All over v for "There's an enclosed storage space for
spark leaped into Lew Gordon's : removable burner
idle utensils and a
With visible God's Love Is Manifested in'
effort think I 2.
"a ? Roper and floor
; under the pressure of the last traythat keeps the stove
pulled himself she-bear? hrist::: ( 9-16).
together. Briefly he a he had turned edgy and vv clean without back-breaking drudg-
told them what his new wild bunch Silence years He was sent as the giver of eternal I ery. Staggered burners allow me to
if his mind had be-
as use 3 large utensils at the same time
had done. for sins
ied Roper. life, the propitiation our ,
hasty on.the, trigger, now that I and the convenient table top provides
"But we haven't even scratchedthe "How hands were idle. "I might have our Saviour, and thus as the highestand much needed extra working space."

surface," he finished. "Unlesswe Tex Long iU'! his big -voice boomed. I deepest expression of God's Declare a hotisewive's hol/dayand
hitWalk, Lasham quick and hard, Roper's infernal-" I love. Faith in Christ (v. 15) puts I hurry down to see the new NESCO
Thorpe will get his balance again, could loss of those contracts is go- the believer in the very center of Ranges at your dealer today!

and reach his roots back into Texas; tween to hurt," Jody said; "I've the love of God. Precious hiding I IEw I II
and all the work we did down, there head." the books up into fair shape, place! of ua Sp I
will go for nothing.", Tex it looks to me as if King-Gordon 3. Love Casts Out Fear (vv. 17- F a I

"There's no one beyond the bor- the roof starting the worst year in his- 19). pNYi
der that's needing any stock," Dry plete impa If the losses go on piling tip Fellowship is impossible in an atmosphere J

Camp Pierce said gloomily. he said; way they are-" of fear, but love rules :' "Y;:., /\
"Dry Camp," Bill Roper said, part of the Gordon came and sat on the fear out. In Christ we realize that :
"I'm thinking of the tribes" cowboys :: of her father's chair. "There God first loved us, and then our I

There was moment's silence., "We a man rode,up to Ogallala from hearts go out to Him in a warmth I 'EBJ I. I
"Granting that Canada's full of war stock like City," she said. "He brought of devotion which brings us so close I I II

paint," Tex Long said; "how' the ed him. very peculiar news, and I don't to Him that all fear is gone. The y -, ,

ievil-" for it at all." result of such fellowship .with God .. +OVEN
"I've talked to Iron Dog." or high that renegade Colorado outfit follows, for I 1RtELDED STEEL HOLDS LARGE?
Every one of them, each in his get swept they're going toLew Gor- 4. He Who Loves God Loves His ,'.'c : :fJRAME.,; ROASTER

own way, pricked up his ears at hell? Some began. Brother (w. 20, 21). I
that. Iron Dog was a famous war- hold of was a Bill Roper man," If a man loves God, he will obey
rior chief of the Gros Ventre Sioux. that way, said. Him, and His command, which to NM TQN# TE K/VM ELi G

Ragged and starving, his decimatedband boys can Gordon checked as suddenly the Christian is, '"Love your broth and :STAMP I NG; feOWPA NYErtcitivt.
driven far out of their and .Offices:JigfN. 12U St., Milwiikie. WIs,
home tana! if he had. been struck across er. That is "the first great
country, Iron Dog no longer was the "We're face. commandment" (Matt. 22:36-40: ; liltlrairi NtW Yifk SiFriflclSrt"
stubbornly resisting fnrre which had Tex Long (TORE CONTINUED Deut. 6:5; Luke 10:25-28): I

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Half Wrong Her ProspectFatherIsn't
"Jane says she thinks I'm a it time you were
great wit." entertaining the prospect of matri-
.f PETER SOME ONE "Well" she's half ,right, any- mony?

.. AT'iiiE.rL way. Daughter-Not quite, Dad. He
f i B. won't be here until eight o'clock.
.. : ) FRDUfDGYIRI The theory of flight is being
f1{, li PEEVE taught in some jails to prisoners. As a Beginner I
Some of them would probably Two cavalry recruits were hating a
-1 be more interested in its practice. chat.
"Talking about riding said one, "I
1 once saw a chap in a circus uho jumpedon
Some Satisfaction a horse's back, slipped underneath,
It I "Would you be happy if you had caught hold of its tail, and finished up
I all the money you wanted?" on its neck
"I'd be happy if I had all the "So'what?" retorted the other. "I did
wdTIyp money my creditors wanted." all that in my first riding lesson!"


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'' ""Win 'Decisive '"I today 'that' the "ripening of -school. Ranger '1of"Se1cir6V-101I-lc<;s '"Railroad1-' 1 ""tfon287"-alWr:]: Section: '29; all >of
: would find every school official, East; rIght of way; West Half (W%) Section 32; all of Section 33; all
I Eof SWIof Section 21 of Section 11; North-Half (N%) of Section
trustee and faculty member In the Township 46 South, Range 34 I h- Railroad right
Victory On Sunday East. Section 12; all of Section 14: of way; all of Section 35. -

I county the possessor of a stamp I I N% of SEU of SE'/i of Section- Northwest West Half Quarter(\Vlh) of(NWIand Southwest ship The 43 following South, property in Town.
album containing at least one i 21, Township 46 South, Range Quarter (SWU of Section 15, All that Range 34 East:
part of the North Half
,.' The local baseball team, paced 1 stamp -' !1 I" a4S1 Township East; ;i' 46f SE'/l of Section i Jess Half Railroad(N"/4) and right'Southwest of way; North Quar- the.(N1h)9 of mile Section canal 7 lying North of

by the hitting of Charles "Rabbit" Dr. :Weaver believes, that Hendry 21. South, Range 34 ter (SWK) and' West Half (W%) the; Moore Haven-Clewlston and West Road of

Roberts' and "Hooky" Avant, swept II County.wilt thus be the: first; coun- .East.' SW/i; of :NE ,iof v Section 21; of Southeast Northwest Quarter Quarter(SE ,(i NW) of/.)fiec-of I The 44 following South, property In Township -

:;vto a decisive victory over the Belle ty of the state to set this record. Township 46 South, Range 34 tion 16; all of Section 17; all of All of Section Range 2; all 33 East of Section:
I East; Section 20; all of Section 21 all
f:Glade team on the diamond there NE',4 of Section 29, Township of Section 22 less Railroad rightof ; %of less Railroad right of way; all
:last Sunday, 146. I'I America speaks! Answer the 46 South, Range 34 East; way; all of Section 23; all of Section 4; all BILL of Section MADDOX 5.
SEJ4 of.Section 29, Township 46
for the best Section 26; all of Section 27 less Sheriff of
accounted Hendry
Roberts call of your country by buying Defense -i South, Range 34 East: County.
batting day of any Clewiston player !1 '\V1h Section 29,,' Township 4.6 Railroad right of way; all of Sec- No. 259-Aug. 1, 8, 15, 22, 29.
Savings Bonds and Stamps South, Range 34 East;.
: this season with a double, a E% of SW% of Section 33,
triple: and two home runs. Avant for its protection and defense. Township 46 South, Range 34
East .
4.was close behind. with a triple and ; SEU of ,
---------------------------- - --.--- SE34. ot ? Section 33
'two home runs.' Township i'46 South, Range" 34 :; '

: The Clewsfol1 team took a five NOTICE OF ,.J'IASTER'SSALE East W%; of1* SW% of, Section 33,' : What[
run lead in ,the first inning when NOTICE Is hereby given that under;I Township!: ,46 South, Range 34 > '

;JWinn: hit the first pitched ball fora and by virtue of a final decree of East SEAof; NE',4 of Section 33, !' \

'. double. Bell singled and Avant Circuit foreclosure Court and of sale the Twelfth rendered Judicial In the Township 46 South Range 34 About Housing Shortage'

lost the ball for, a home run. Two Circuit of Florida, in and for Hendry East S\Vl,4; of NEIof Section. 33, :
in'a certain pending
.more runs crossed the plate before wherein Ray C. Hull cause was plaintiff Township. ,'" ,.46.. .;South. .! Range, .... '34 ,
:' "'Ea$t1' ;<. !* !ff| "'t..ncii T'i"1*: !"':':' .
the final out was..: ,.made. Belle and T. J. Champion et al., were 'dam,":':',': .:'. .. ),c-.o>|f+ -::.NEio' !; : .;.Section' :i 33r: : f. ;: "
Glade made the:'only serious threat fendants, the undersigned Special 46 Southr 34
I Township Right have
Master appointed by the court 1o East now we 22 houses' for
by scoring alL fix: of their runs in make sale of the property as directedin ;
said decree, will offer for sale and E% of NWIof Section 33
inning. sale-monthly costs like A
the fourth sell to. the highest and best bidder Township 46 South; Range 34 rent. phone k

Bud Vaughn pitched a'-nice; game. for court, cash house, at In the the front City':door of LaBelle of the, East NWU; of SEIof Section 33, call and we'll present prices and terms

for the local team with Avant be- Hendry County, Florida on Monday, Township .46 South, Range 34
September 1, 1941, duringthe legal East; to surprise you and assure of
hind the bat. Other players were S'\Vl,4 of _SE1of Section 33, peace
hours of sale, the following described
: Roberts, Ib; Winn, 2b; A. Moore, property, situate in Hendry County, Township East 46 South. Range 34 mind for the future. Ask for Bob or Jim
BS; McGehee, 3b; Bell, If;' C.. Moore, to-wit= WIof;: j NW% of Section .33,
NEIof NE',4 of Section 5.
cf and Stone, rf. Township 46 South, Range 34 I I Township 46 South, Range 34
The same teams will meet here East; ; SEIof Section 33,
SEIof NEIof Section 5, NE% of I
Sunday on the Clewiston Township 46 South, Range '34 Township 46 South, Range' 34, .(, :
East .:
East ; *
diamond'j W* of NE; of Section 5. The said lands above described will .J.: E. Beardsley -
1 Bids Are Opened Township 46 South, Range 34 be offered for sale at said sale according -
East: the description above given
W* of SEtf of Section 5, so that each body of land embracedin Real Estate and Insurance
St. Lucie Spillway Township 46 South, Range 34 each separate description will' be '. .,.t ,
East; offered for sale separately from all '
Elf of SEIof Section 6, other parcels.
Township 46 South, 34 Purchaser to pay for deed.H. .
East: A. RIDER, Bob Beardsley Ruth Beardsley
Bids were opened last Special Master in Chancery.No. .
NW14 of Section 5, Township
the district U. S. Engineer office I 46 South, Range 34 East; 260-August 15-22-29. Evelyn Kellems Art Lawrence

in Jacksonville for the SW\i of Section 5, Township ..
46 South, Range 34 East;
of the spillway at the St. Lucie NWIof NEIof Section 9, NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE
Township 46 South, Range 34
locks, recently completed a few East ..

miles west of Stuart. of Elh Section; of E2 9, Township of NE1,4 46 of South N'\Vl.i, under NOTICE and IS by HEREBY virtue of GIVEN a writ that of i.....iiN. ..M.N.N.M.NNN\NN. ...,..NN. .N.M.N\NN. ..M.NAM. .NON. .N.N\N. ....M.M.................N..N.............N..H
The apparent low bidder was theJ. execution issuing out of the Circuit
Range 34 East II.
; Court of the 11th Judicial Circuit of .
P. Loftis Company of Charlotte, 'Ei/4 of W% of NEU of NW1,4 Florida, in and for Dade County, up-
&\Vlh of E% of NE% of NWy,
N. C., with a bid of $571,134.10and of Section 9, Township 46 South, on a certain judgment, recovered in '.
a certain cause lately pending in said : .
of the other ,four bidders Joe Range 34 East; Court wherein Essex Investment Com- ':' ".!-
E% of W% of SE% of NW% of .iv
Spadaro was next in line with a Section 9, 46 pany, a Missouri corporation,. was yIii
Township South,
Plaintiff, and Aripeka Farms Com-
bid of $593,252.80. The contract Range 34 East;
pany a Florida corporation 'was Defendant -
will be let after a complete investi- W% of W% of NEVI of NWU ; and wherein plaintiff recovered /
of Section 9, South
Township 46 ,
the of i.i
gation as to the reliability of the Range 34 East; Three Hundred a judgment Twenty-one in Thousand sum Iii;j; CLEWISTON fiOIF
of W
company submitting the low bid. W& % of SEU of N'Vl,4of Seven Hundred Twenty-three Dollars
Section 9,
Township 46 South,
and Cents ,
thel I Eight (1321,723.08) a cer- ,
AR. Broadfoot, head of Range 34 East; tified transcript of which said judg-
Clewiston sub-office, attended the E& of SE% of NWU of Sec- ment has been recorded in the of- 'i' ,
tion 9, Township, 46 South, Range .. ;
fice of the Clerk of the Circuit Courtof ". ..
bid opening. 34 East; Hendry County Florida, I have + ,. COURSE '
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E% of .f
SWU of Section 9, ::
levied upon all and will sell for cashto "
Township 46 South, Range 34 ::: '.1'{;{ '.
the highest bidder at the Court : : f' t :::
New Laws- East; .:. .. .:..
House door in the City of LaBelle 1 .. .i.
"W% of SWU of Section 9,
Township 46 South, Range 34 Florida tember,, on Monday. the 1st of' :i: ; f. :" .g
--- East; 19,41" between 11 00 sep-I .: ., ::
A. M. and 2:00 o'clock P. M., the I.:. .
Continued from SEA of SE% of Section 9, ; : I .:.
( 1) lowing described
page ,
property being :
Township 46 South, Range 34 property of defendant, Aripeka ..;.. $::i: : ... '".." '" .;_.
they are entitled to such recogni- East: Company, to-wit: I A ./1 ._
SE % of Section 9,
tion as we are able to afford them Township 46 South, 34 The following property in Town-' A ..
Range ship 43 South, Range 33 East: : ..
East 0' :
to their welfare. ; .
by contributing
All of : I '
Section 8; all of Section :
W :
% of NWU of Section 9, y
Dependent children likewise I
Township 46 South, Range 34 y

merit our consideration. Even East; . . . . .
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our some progressive small effort government on the part to of a 34 tion East 9, Township; 46 South, Range X AI I '

dependent child may mean their independence South All Section Range 34 10 East Township; 46. i mLtffi$3& i .. Open to the Public I.

within ,a very short All Section 12, Township 4.6 I < m | .
period of time.I South, Range 34 East; :
All Section 17, Township 46 .:. THE WORD "THUG" IS NOT At : A y
am glad to have been associated South, ,Range 34 East; A .
with an organization of men NE% of NEIof Section 21, ; MODERN SLANG ;V A
Township. 46 South, Range 34 X X .:. .
having in mind the welfare of East; A It comes from the name of a A:1 ... -. .;.-
others. W% of NWU of Section 21, A
Township 46 South, Range 34 *:* confederacy of professional X: .:. .t ,f.
East; ,. ._. ,:.
murderers, who terrorized In- 'i' .
SWIof SE% of Section 21, .. : ,'- :.
School Teachers And Township 46 South, Range 34 *:* dia for: 700 years. They worshiped :x:1 A t
East; .*. .. A ; '
"Kali Ma", the Hindu ; A .c

Officials Buy StampsCounty Township East SE1,4; of 46 NEi South of, Section Range 21 34, .:x{.: assassination goddess of destruction, and :.;:.: :;: Moderate Green Fees :x 1C:

was a religious A
NW% of NE% of SEtf lOt Sec-
tion 21, Township 46 South, Range :X: duty. The order was unmasked :*: .:;: Exceptional Fairways I:
Superintendent C. E. 34 East; ; ed between 1830 and 1840 and *:* A ="

Weaver, who has recently been appointed tion NE',4 Township of NEIof 46 SEIof South, Range Sec- I*: later stamped out. 1. "Nug- *\i.x i.: :!:: --' Interesting Greens ::.

a member of the committeefor 34 East; :: gets of Knowledge"-Geo. W. :X: : ';

promoting the sale of defense Township W% of SWI,4 46 South of Section Range 21 34, .;j. Stimpson. .j.

bonds East: v vC II'

savings' and stamps stated NW% of SE% of. Section 21, N:N:N'N X*.tIJIIXMI*.X N X.*tX.<..I N>j l :..:..:.,:..:..:..:..:..:..:..;..:..:...-...:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:............ .."..".."..".."..".."..".."..".."..".."..".."..".."..'


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