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    Thiirnday, June 3, 1937
The Gold Hill New«. Gold Hill, Oregon
Washington
D ig e s t
N a tio n a l Topics In te rp re te d
By W I L L I A M B R U C K A R T
N A I IO N A l PRESS B lD G
W A S H IN G T O N , 0
f
Lights of New York
Fancy Now Turns to Exotic Cottons
by L. L. STEVENSON
By CHERIE NICHOLAS
It s a long Jump from exclusive
finishing schools and swanky bridge
parties to courtrooms, hardened
criminals and prison cells, but Isa­
bel! Manning Hewson made it. A
Philadelphia socialite, descendant
of a fam ily which dates back to
the aristocrats of pre-Revolutionary
days, Miss Hewson deliberately
thrust herself into the courtroom at­
mosphere so that she could study
life outside her own exclusive
sphere. Three years ago, she be- j
came confidential secretary to Com- i
mon Pleas Judge Edwin Lewis and
as such, interviewed criminals in !
collaboration with the probation de­
partment. It was a revelation to
the gently bred girl. Nevertheless, j
she kept the Job two years and from |
the depths of vividly contrasting ex­
periences, evolved a philosophy,
frank and outspoken, yet tolerant,
which has established her as a ra ­
dio news commentator and advertis­
ing executive. Writing and talking
as the "Petticoat Philosopher,” she 1
has won praise from both sexes for
the decisiveness and courage of her
views.
Frocks M ade G ay
With Stitch Flowers
Fashion decrees that flowers
bloom on our dresses in embroid­
ery this Spring and Summer.
Give this smart touch to that new
frock—surprise yourself and all
your friends too by what it will
do to renew that plain dress from
last year. So easily done in single
Washington.—I have frequently
natural result was that our own
mentioned in theee columns t h e
workers were thrown out of Jobe
problemi
t h a t and the refining industry was run­
„
huvg
con/ronted
ning at barely two-thirds of its
P ro b le m i
and continue t o capacity.
confront the com*
To show by figures what has hap­
merce and Industry of the United pened: Imports of sugar, ready for
States. However one may regard table use came from Cuba to the
the ethics of the business interests
amount of about one thousand tons
" I Ibe nation, I think everyone must In 1925. In 1933, more than five
admit that business has its prob*
hundred thousand tons of refined
leins that are Just as serious as the
Job of earning a living is to you or sugar was imported. It has grown
some since and for every ton im­
me. This has been especially true
ported. naturally the refining plants
during the period of the depression
of this country have had their vol-
and it is equally true at this stage ume reduced.
of economic recovery.
• • •
Business, moreover, is u fleeted to
Pattern 5M1.
The President wants legislation
a greater extent than you or me by that is fair to all interests but it
■nd running stitch, you'll find it
any governmental policy that is pur­
Heern» that some
fun to embroider these large and
sued or any legislation that is en­
F a ir to A ll
of thono interests
■mall nosegays. Choose all the
acted by congress or by state
I suppose I have an unusual
In t e r r it i
are desirous of us­
gay colors you wish, in wool, silk
legislative bodies In consequence,
ing cheap foreign slant on life," said Miss Hewson. “ I
flogs or chenille and know you’re
it seems to be a fair statement to labor in preference
to American b“ ve scen so many different phases,
In style. In pattern 5801 you will
say that business lives by the will labor and they are fighting the Pres- * ve never understood why we wom-
find a transfer pattern of one and
and the whim of the elected rep­
ident's bill. It is too early to fore­ en should be soft and vacillating
one reverse motif 7% by 8 V«
resentatives whether those repre­ cast what is going to happen but in our opinions. On the contrary,
inches; one and one reverse motif
sentatives ba local, state or na­ there is every evidence thnt Am eri­ we should hit straight from the
5 "A by 6 inches and six motifs 3 Si
tional.
can owned sugar companies in some shoulder, say what we think and
by 314 inches; color suggestions;
Those observations should dem­ of these foreign ureas ore doing stand by our opinions. Letters from
illustrations of all stitches used.
onstrate fully the importance of one their utmost to kill the legislation my listeners agree with me on that
To obtain thia pattern send 15
piece of legislation now pending in which would substantially reduce conviction.
cents in stamps or coins (coins
congress. I refer to the so called the importations of this refined
‘ Whenever young girls ask me for O ' L OH, OH! Did you ever see American origin, for the latter rank
preferred) to The Sewing Circle
permanent sugar bill. Seldom in sugur.
anything in the way of fabric high in style prestige this season.
advice on embarking on a career
Household Arts Dept., 259 W.
history, I believe, has a single unit
so
dazzling
to
the
eye,
so
daringly
Now there is a question of foreign similar to mine I tell them to learn
Do these foreign-looking Ameri­
Fourteenth Street, New York
of industry found itself in a position
policy that is involved and that part human nature and its v a e a rie s I “ esi* n^uL 80 altogether fascinating can-made prints make up effectively
N. Y.
where it is so utterly dependent
all
classes
and
2*
lh*
neW
cotton
weaves
‘hat
are
of the situation in congress con­ Know people of
in dance frocks? Find the answer in
Write pattern number, your
upon federal policy for its existence
cerns the State department. The types. Then develop a
the charming dress pictured to the
name and address plainly.
as is the case now with those eight­
fashionably
into
the
current
style
home industry, of course, concerns style. Don’t be afraid to express
right in the illustration. This sleeve­
een or twenty plants that refine the Department of Agriculture but
' picture?
less evening gown with graceful
your personality. That’s what you
about seventy-five per cent of all
Messages by Kite
How perfectly they tune into the skirt and with halter-type bodice
there is the Department of the In ­ have to offer—see that it’s accept­
the sugar we use on our tables
ed."
The Chinese are much given to
costume needs of carefree summer­ is made of one of the new Hun­
terior
also
to
be
considered
because
and otherwise in this notion.
the pastime of kite flying and
of the insular territories over which
Her fan mail ranges from crude, time activities! It is no wild state­ garian cotton prints which repro­
The situation, succinctly, is that
some of the constructions are
it has supervision. On the surface, penciled scrawls to polished, liter­ ment to say that an entire wardrobe duce old-world textiles. The colors
President Roosevelt
hus recom­
marvelous to behold. The Chinese
it is made to appear that the sec­ ate documents. The greatest thrill can be successfully fashioned of cot­ are rich and glowing and there is
mended to congress that it adopt
ton materials that will carry smart­ a gypsy flavor about them and the
kites often have two strings and
legislation of a permanent character retaries of these three executive of her life came when President ly through active sports and morn­ beads and the bracelets worn are
these enable the operator to make
departments are at loggerheads Roosevelt complimented her on her
"to protect the interest of each
ing dress hours, that will answer in definite keeping with the trend
the kite do some wonderful things.
over
what
shall
be
done
and
as
far
coverage
of
the
Democratic
nation­
group concerned,"
and
assure
to the call for voguish afternoon in the summer mode. Needless to
I t becomes an aerial messenger,
as I can see none of the three is al convention.
meanwhile that the interest of the
costumes, climaxing the around-the- say that the colors of the print are
as it is possible to make the kite
paying much attention to protection
•
•
•
consumer shall have due considera­
clock program with evening formals fast to both sun and washing.
form letters and characters by
tion. Pursuant to the President's of the refining people who have
Holding
to
the
air
waves
a
little
that are Just too lovely for words.
Take the thought of the perfectly
which messages m ay be ex­
been caught between the upper and
proposal of March 1, last, the house
farther, here is Haven MaeQuar-
changed.
Cottons for formal wear? Yes, in­ gorgeous new cotton prints and the
committee on agriculture is work­ nether millstones. My conversations rie ’s description of a "radio man” :
deed! The next time you go to a thought of the stunning new house
ing out a piece of legislation which with members of the house com­
He complains loudly, when he is dance or nighttime society event, coats, such as are proving the big
mittee
who
have
studied
the
prob­
seeks to reconcile the differences
lem backward and forward con­ using a rehearsal studio, that the count for your own satisfaction, the sensation in fashion realms, put the
of all the various interests a n d
vinces
me that congress had better room is too crowded and that he dresses fashioned of one type of two together and the duo-theme is
make thereby a permanent policy for once
do its own reasoning and ?eeds Privacy. But when he goes cotton or another. You will see gram- enough to tempt any home-sewing
which this country may follow as pay less attention to the three cab-
e' , he, , ” ks w,th four other *ra - orous Printed piques, the flattering woman into action. Which is exactly
regards sugar.
_ “ F.1r !,h lr ty r » » r» I had stubborn
to “ and
-------- it's cheaper
---------------
J ‘ filmy cotton
■■
■■
inet members, each of whom is dio “ artists because
voiles
so in de­ what is happening.
constip ation. Som etim es I did not so
It must be remembered that the
split
the
rent
five
ways.
He
boasts
She
who
loves
to
go
nautical
will
to
r to u r or five day«. I also had a w A l
United States imports something seeking to push forward the in­ that during his career, he has mand at the present moment, dotted enjoy making up the beach coat
Baa bloating headaches and p a in t In
terests
of
his
own
department.
swisses,
shadow
printed
organdies,
th
e
back. A d le rik a helped rig h t a w a y .
like seventy-eight per cent of all
N o w I oa t sausage, bananas, pia, a n y ­
The whole situation can be smoothed the path for Jessica Drag- superfine seersucker sheers and oth­ to the left in the picture, which may
the sugar it consumes. The other
th
in
g
I w a n t an d n ever f e lt b e tte r. I
onette, Fred Allen, Paul Whiteman er entrancing cotton weaves too nu­ be smartly used later on as an
sleep soundly a ll n ig h t an d e n jo y life .’»
twenty-two per cent is produced summed up in one statement; if and others—yeah, right out of the merous
evening coat or as a house coat.
to mention.
— M r«. M a b e l Schott.
congress
wants
to
preserve
the
sug­
by our sugar beet and sugar cane
studio elevator! He insists that the
I f you a re s uffering fro m c o n s tip a tio n ,
Perhaps after all has been said The material, patterned with an­
aleepleaaneaa, sour « tom ach, an d gas
farmers—a consequential industry ar refining industry in this country trhe.atS0«nh ? e nh8Sn,t \ cT merciaI is and
d- e ’ iJ; is the amazing'coUon chors and other seafaring themes,
(an
industry
that
is
more
than
two
b lo a tin g , th e re Is qu ick re lie f fo r you
worthy of protection from its gov­
th a t the SDonsnr
h--------
M not
thflt are
ouUtand,gngC° ^
that
sponsor and he
could
being properly pre-shrunk will not
~
M a "X re p o rt a ction In
S M *»
t a k in g ju s t one
ernment but still quite unable to hundred years old) it can do so by agree on price. He wanted $500
lose its perfect lines or fit from
providing
a
low
limitation
on
the
significance.
For
excitement
at
high
■oao.
A
d
le
rik
a
gives com plete a ctio n .
satisfy demands for the commodity.
a week and the sponsor didn't want pitch, watch the procession of ex- laundering, neither will the colors
y o u r bowel tr a c t w h e re o rd i­
umount
of
refined
sugar
that
can
Some of the sugar we import comes
n a ry la x a tiv e s do not even reach.
lose out in tubbing.
him at any price. He tells Guy
S h a u b , M e n t*a rfc , rap artar
from Puerto Rico; some comes from be imported and it can protect the Lombardo he’s tops. Then he gives otics in cotton that are that authen­
A cool competent play outfit of
a d d lf ia n l a in r a a r m a l r la a a a ln « , la t a r lS a
cane
and
beet
growers
of
the
United
tically
oriental
and
superbly
color­
iH T t lL jjlP y * * * * *
‘ <’ <»•<— 1 f c a c la r la
Hawaii; some from the Philippines,
Raymond
Paige
the
same
spiel
colorful
early
American
print
States by establishing a quota of
ful you feel that they must have
but the bulk comes from Cuba.
What
he
doesn't
know
is
that
centers
the
trio.
Being
dependably
bow
el*
• re a l cleansing
Since Puerto Rico and Hawaii are imports of both raw and refined maestros compare notes. He avers hailed direct from ports in far Per­ pre-shrunk it is able to take its
’,h
■•*<• * * e how good you
sugar
small
enough
to
permit
the
sia,
or
East
India,
perhaps
Java
or
fe
el.
Juat
one
spoonful
relie v es OAS
insular territories of our nation,
tubbings cheerfully without tendency
that studio audiences are a men­
a nd stubborn c o n s tip a tio n .
A t a ll
they must receive consideration as home m arket to absorb the com­ ace to radio. But he needn't worry China, or from Hungary or some to lose shape. The shirt and shorts
L eadin g D ru g g ists .
an integral part of our nation. The plete output of the American cane —the page boys never admit any other central-Europe country, or are in one. The skirt whisks on and
just as likely the print that holds
Philippines are no longer a pos­ and beet growers.
off at will.
you spellbound may be of South
I reach that conclusion because I visitors who carry weapons."
Foe’s Anger
* Western Newspaper Union.
session and yet there is something
•
•
•
The anger of an enemy repre­
of a fatherly interest, or should be, am an American who believes in
a self-sufficiency of American in­
sents our faults or admonishes us
Music seems to fit in here. It's
on our part. With reference to Cuba,
dustry as far as it is possible to go. Peter Van Steeden who insists that
of the duty with more heartiness
the United States long has attempt­
WITH LACE JACKET
SEPARATE BOLERO
than the kindness of a friend.—
ed to help the islands economically I take the position further because exceptionally good hearing of mu­
Hr C H K R IR N IC H O LAS
Taylor.
no other leading country in t h e
sicians is a fallacy. After citing
IN
LACE
IS
SMART
and politically in order to insure
the Independence which our nation world fails to protect its home in­ classical composer-instrumentalists
dustry in the handling of sugar.
Beethoven, Wolf, Schumann, Wag­
By CHERIE NICHOLAS
helped them to establish.
ner and Von Suppe, who were either
One of the many reasons for the
Nearly everyone has realized late­ completely or partially deaf, he
So it is seen that we hove in the
great popularity of the becoming
ly that prices are climbing at an added that at least 75 per cent of
ca o w x a qukAiy expel infection when
bolero is its ability to dress up a
sugar problem questions involving
•fdsd by Internal nedlcstion of recognized ncrlt
alarming
rate. today's musicians have aural trou­
costume, or to vary it for you. You
(1) a home indus­
Price
i
ble.
This has gone on
There’i
have only to slip one on over a sim­
try ; (2) an indus­
Climbing
over a period of
"By that, I don’t mean that they
ple crepe dress to achieve the ef­
Sugar
try in an insular
HAVE RECOGNIZED MERIT
about two years can't tell whether a note is high C
fect that is especially attractive
possession; (3) an nnd there is nothing
on the horizon
irizo n
or E flat," he continued.
— can
----
They
this year. Boleros are particularly
industry in a nation newly born
to indicate that the top has been do that expertly. But in ordinary
prominent in starched cotton lace,
and which we are trying to lead
Neglected Ideas
m pastel shades and white. Several
into a position of complete inde­ reached or that prices are becom­ conversation, they fall down. Con­
ing stabilized. You and I feel it, centrating as they do on musical
Some ideas which have more
of these, in different colors, will en­
pendence and solvency, and (4)
of course, directly in what we pay notes, they don't have the faculty of
than once offered themselves to
able you to get different effects with
the maintenance of our chief source
for the things we buy—shoes or quickly catching verbal pitches.
the senses have yet been little
a single frock.
of sugar supply in a nation for
clothing, food, furniture, and es­ Perhaps it's due to the fact they
taken notice of.—Locke.
which our government yet feels
The simple, brief bolero would
sentials for the household.
listen to a musical sound to the
somewhat responsible.
probably
be
most
practical,
for
the
The situation is a bit disturbing exclusion of conversation. At re­
lace pattern gives a dressy effect
That summary indicates the com­
for several reasons. For one thing, hearsals, an instrumentalist will
plexity of the general problem to
in itself, and the tailored pattern
<4
if prices continue to skyrocket, soon­ catch a minute musical flaw, yet
be dealt with in the current legisla­
of the bolero makes it adaptable
er or later we are going to be con­ the maestro has to shout three or
tion but the picture omits a most
to all types of costumes. One very
fronted with another condition like four times to attract his attention.
important unit in the industry. I re­
attractive design has short puff
that of 1929 and no one can doubt Possibly the boys are absent-mind­
fer again to those plants who must
sleeves, and wide revers, with the
that if prices get too high, a tail
ed. But certainly it is true many
short jacket slightly flared. If you
refine the sugar nnd must make
spin will follow. It there is another of them are a bit hard of hearing "
it ready for home use or other
can
sew at all, it is the easiest thing
tailspin like thnt of 1929, I am afraid
consumption.
to make, of little more than a yard
that this nation as such is likely to
Bus
top
eavesdropping:
"She
calls
of lace. Such a bolero shows off
To make the picture complete, it go to pieces.
herself a stenog but her letters look
to best advantage over a dress that
ought to be recalled that for sev­
Numerous factors are at work to like she writes them in longhand
is fairly simple, whether it be an
eral years we have had a tempo­ cause the price
ON FLOWERS • FRUITS
increases. New and corrects them with a type­
a»ternoon frock, or a gown for eve-
rary law which fixed the amount Deal policies were formulated, first
VEGETABIES & SHRUBS
ntng.
of sugar thnt could be imported. It of all, with the idea of raising prices w rite r."
C Bell Syndicate.—WNU Service.
Demand o rig in a l sea ted
was managed through what is called to bring us out of the depression.
b o tlle i, from p o u r d e a le r
a quota system; that is, the law President Roosevelt contended it
Renaissance of Interest
provided authority for the secretary had to be that way.
in the “Polka Dot" Theme
More Girls Getting
of agriculture to prescribe how
His program to force prices high­
There is a renaissance of interest
W NU—13
22—37
much sugar could come In from
Smoke in the Eyes
in the polka dot theme. There are
each of the regions that I have er has been eminently successful.
This
lovely
lace
gown
has
a
New York. — From question­
described. This had the effect of In fact, it has been too successful
matching jacket, which it should enormous plate-sized dots with |
naires given girls at Wellesley
stabilizing sugar prices nnd guar­ and in that lies one of the grave
have
according to all the laws of smaller dots scattered around them I
college in 1930 and this year, the
all sprinkled with tiny confetti dots !
anteeing to the cone nnd beet grow­ dangers. Effective means of control
fashion. The idea of topping each
American Physical Educational
ers of the United States a depend­ are lacking and there is every pos­
dress with a related cape or jacket in contrasting colors. There are zig- !
I h^d good, times
association learned recently that
able m arket. But it had another ef­ sibility that the upward movement
runs throughout the entire style pro­ zag polka dot arrangements, irregu- !
smoking among the students has
lar
spacings.
The
classic
polka
dot
!
fect which was shown by the opera­ may reach the stage where it will
when I wa.j sm tJl.
gram until now it has become a
increased from 53 per cent to 70.
tion of the law, an effect not so fa ll of its own weight.
widespread accepted fact. Norman takes on a new look in strange and I
I
like th e child I
Another
cause
of
the
price
infla­
"dizzy”
color
combinations
for
1
The
reasons
the
girls
smoke
Hartnell, especially prominent for
painfully evident when the law was
were listed in order of their im­
his coronation gowns, designed this sportswear, such as queer reds com­
enacted. This effect was to encour­ tion has been the labor movement.
used
to b e .
portance as: Curiosity, friends
very lovely evening ensemble. Both bined with strong blues. Silk crepes '
age the refining of sugar in the Throughout the nation, organized la­
Im so rry y e e r j
did, social reasons, wanted to,
in London and Paris the flair for silk sheers and silk taffetas are !
areas outside of the United States bor has been demanding higher
pleasure.
lace is at a high point of enthusi- favorite grounds for dot patterns
where the bulk of it was grown. In and higher wages. I think there
keep piling- up
the companion idea often being car­
The report concluded that non-
ism.
consequence of that, our own sugar can be no doubt but that labor is
ried
out
in
a
silk
crepe
with
a
silk
And
entitled
to
higher
wages
than
ob­
smokers
are
generally
better
refiners began to suffer nnd they
sheer.
scholars and athletes than the
continued to suffer because refiners tained during the depresssion. But
sepereting
in many cases, according to gov­
Romantic Jewelry
operating in Cuba or Hawaii, to ernment records, the demands of | smokers. It added, however, that
the best scholar in the school was
Massive bracelets and clips set
him
from
mention two examples, were able
Tassels for Accent
a smoker and so was the best
with “ sentimental stones” such as
to employ labor that cost about organized labor have been so great
Lavin is successful with a white
me.
athlete.
turquoises, corals, garnets, topazes suit with a swing jacket featuring
one-fourth as much as the standard ns to constitute a burden on indus­
>Vrc*"!
it cannot carry.
and seed pearls are going to be square box pockets. The armholei
of wages paid in this country. The try which
€> W e s te rn N e w s p a p e r U n io n .
worn this summer.
are outlined in gay woolen tassels.
Constipated
3 0 Years
f O B C O LD S
Saliceti Tablets
KILLS INSECfS
THE CHEERFUL CHERUB