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Title: The Clewiston news
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Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: February 23, 1940
Publication Date: 1928-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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VOLUME 14; NUMBER 11 CLEWISTON, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY| 23, 1940 SUBSCRIPTION $2.00 PER YEAR
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II D.S.S.C.. Key Men Honored At dinnerSen. 1







Spessard Holland Is List Of Key Men I President Clarence R. Bitting. Host



il f! Guest Speaker At School Honored At At 'Annual Affair Held At '


. Following is the list, of

ment heads, field Inn Tuesday NightMISS

On shop foremen and other ,
h Opening Friday Night
//1 who received stock ) -

0 I President's annual dinner LOLA ROYAL BUYS Department Heads And
j -
honor at the Clewiston, FIVE-ROOM BUNGALOWMiss

, j'I CONGRATULATES CONSTRUCTION OF DISTRICT BUILDING ON L a d o Resigns As day night: Key Men Given

G WITHOUT AID Fisher Ange, Horace Lola Royal, a sister of G.

11il Language InstructorRobert Malcolm Bigg, Wm. Bolton H. Royal and in charge of the dry I Stock Bonuses ,

il State Senator Spessard L. Holland A. Bourne, W. L. Bradley goods department of the Royal
Store here, has purchased one of
E. Bryant, S. L.
of Bartow made the address at the Lado, instructor in Englishand The annual President's Dinner,
i Ii Durrence, W B. Elam, the new homes near the school
short program celebrating the open- foreign languages in the, local ier, John Fourmey, John house recently constructed by the given Tuesday night at the Inn by

ing of the high school building school until last week when he Royal Lumber Company.The .
new ton, Fred Henriksen, Wm. Clarence R. Bitting, president of
went to Tampa for medical obser-
,, j: Frfday evening. )Mr. Holland vation has tendered his resignation gan, Allen Johnson, O. A five-room bungalow is loc- the United States Sugar Corporation -
H. C. Kolstad, W. H.,. ated at the corner of San Pedro
' was introduced by C. E. Miner, .
) because of ill health and is said to to honor the key men of the
Lucaa.A. and 'Pasadena Streets Miss Royal
Clewiston member of the county be entering a Tampa hospital for organization was attended by more
Wl McLeod, C. L. has already moved ,into the home.
treatment. than 150 which included
school board, and seated on the men be-
He be C. A. Martinez Max Meluh The other of two new houses sides the of honor
will succeeded by Mrs. B. guests the directors -
with them S. A. Graves
. stage were Mills, R. C. Patterson, W. which adjoins the sold the
on
Miyares, wife of the principal of one of the corporation, inde-
: county superintendent, of public instruction witt, F. M. Rodriguez, R. east has not yet been sold but
the Felda school who is a graduateof pendent cane growers, national,
J and Mrs. Homer Taylor, the University of Tampa and H. J. B. Scharnberg, there are several prospects for state and county officials, news-

school board_ ,member.Mr. holds a graduate state degree. Mrs. Schiffli, George Sims, R. S. the sale at this' time. papermen and friends of the cor-

Holland congratulated the Miyares will finish the term as Dr. D. C. Thompson, E. W. poration.

F Clewiston English and Spanish teacher.Mr. i dahl, Harry Vaughn, ,M. Contrary to the usual custom the
n district on the construc- Lado was very popular with Mach, A. O. Ward, Neil COE IS SPEAKER AT entertainment program was held
tion of such a fine building and George Yon, F. Deane
students and townspeople alike andit
prior to the dinner at the new
commented that it was one of few is with that W. C. Owen.
great regret they
Townsite Village where the Plan-
such buildings which had been builtin learn of his illness and of ,his leav- Three others were DEMOCRACY DAY tation Choral Group under the direction -

recent years without aid from ing Clewiston.Rev. but have not been with of Mozelle Jackson, teacher -

.\ state or federal funds. Mr. Hol- Kent Pendleton has taken poration sufficiently long in the Harlem school presenteda
DINNER MARCH
land, who spoke from his experi- over the adult Spanish class :which In the stock bonus: W. 1 half-hour program of negro

ences as a school teacher, pointed was started by Mr. Lado and which N. V. S. Mumford and J. spirituals in the new auditorium

out the value of adequate equip- has proven very popular.At son. and the U. S. S. C. band gave a
The Kiwanis Club at the meeting
ment in the school system, and I concert from an improvised band-
Wednesday evening at the Inn made
then stressed the part school plays! shell in the recreation center. Both
final arrangements for the Democracy -
in the of programs met with the hearty approval -
development citizenship.Prior
No Action Is Taken Day dinner which is to be
to the address an original of all the guests and all of
held at the Inn on Friday night,
play was presented by high school March 1. the participants were given dinner,
pupils under the direction of Miss the band at the Barracks and the
A charge of $1.00 per plate will
,
Alice Steinholtz. The play, which U.S.S.C Stock colored singers in the village.
be made for the dinner and it will
was written by Miss Steinholtz, be necessary for reservations to be The guests had assembled and
depicted a school scene. Louis dinner was begun in the Inn dining
I made in advance.
Leiter played the part of teacher ,room about nine o'clock, a West
the meeting of the Board of the recent freeze Charles Francis Coe, nationally-
and
and Ernest Hall the visiting superintendent Palm Beach orchestra furnishing
: It that Directors of. the United States Sug- trol. known author and speaker and a
was explained for United music during the excellent meal
the pupils were dedicating their ar Corporation here Thursday after- "Final production for the candidate this year Florida will with Miss Ruth Bartlett featured as

Ii, new building, and several songs noon action on Common Stock dividends harvest will be States be the Senator guest ,speaker.from It was be- soloist Group singing, led by Miss'

: were introduced and sung by the was deferred. Dividendson that of the 1938-1939 ; unable to be Bartlett, of the old favorites was
cause :Mr. Coe was
I group, "If I Only Had A, Brain, Preferred Stock for full fiscal exact decrease being due enjoyed.
here last night, on the date set
year were declared ,during September -, distinct :1.0)I
Scatterbrain", "Put Down Five and separate and
officially as Democracy Day, the Following the dinner, Jay W.
Carry Two", "An Apple For The 1939. First, weather conditions local committee decided to postponethe Moran, vice-president and general

Teacher", "Down By The Old Mill Two factors loomed large in present immediate future, as Clewiston observance until next manager of the corporation, actedas

,I Stream", and "School Days". i lack of action "by Directors, tions will control to Friday night.S. toastmaster and introduced the

1 Taking part in the play were namely: the recent freeze and un- the quantity of sugar A. Graves, county superintendent members of the board of directors,

Florence Graham, Maxine Doty, Lee certainty of ,Congressional action on be produced, and, second, was named as Hendry county present that day for' the annual

Pridgen, Beulah Guthrie, June future control of sugar industry. strictive, prohibitive and chairman for the observance of meeting, the independent cane

Hooker, Doris Hatch,' Edythe Nell Corporation officials maintain more clauses of present sugar this day by State Supt. Colin English growers and the distinguished

Cornette, Marie Robbins, Louise sugar is available than may be pro- tion. Section 306 of Sugar 'and he in turn named the committee guests present leaving the key men

'Hollingsworth, Renee Wethington, duced and marketed without severe vides penalty of three times to arrange the Clewiston dinner. to be recognized later. He then

Dick Owen, Munselle ,Stone, Dick penalties. Nearly 100,000 days of value of sugar sold in This committee was composed of introduced Mr. Bitting who received -

Tarleton, Carlton Prevatt and J. D. employment during completion of lotment and as J. E. Beardsley of the Chamber of a tremendous ovation as he

Hooker. present crop are said to be', prohi- ments are based on Commerce, C. V. Parkinson of the arose to speak.
Before the ceremonies the audi- bited by Sugar Act of 1937./ portionate Share Acreage'
American Legion, Mrs. Keathley In his address, interrupted many
ence applauded heartily as various When, asked to amplify this readily apparent that the W. F. I
Bowden for the press, Mrs. times as a roar of approval of his
" lighting effects were thrown upon statement, Clarence R. ,Bitting, I are penalties on domestic Simpson from the Garden Club, remarks swept the room, Mr. Bit-
the curtain. The entire buildingwas tion of
President, said: non-surplus crops. A.
Mrs. M. M. Prewitt from the P.-T. ting pointed out the unfairness of
lighted and open for inspection "There were two outstanding factors "Unless such clauses are and A. W.. Lawrence from the the present quota restrictions on

during the evening. Outdoor basket- apparently in the judgment of I tely waived by the I Kiwanis Club. The program com- production of sugar in Florida and

ball games followed the ceremonies Directors during consideration of employees will be deprived mittee of Kiwanis Club 'was instructed other mainland areas and gave some

in the auditorium. financial condition 'of the Corporation 000 days' of gainful to make the final arrange- pointed comparisons of Cuba's imports -

and the question of action the very time the federal: ments.In I from the United States, since

Guest List AtPresident relative to dividends on the Com- finds it necessary to addition to the talk by Mr. the passage of the Sugar Act, with

- mon Stock. These two factors were I sands of dollars in Coe an effort will be made to I imports of prior years.In .
DinnerThose lief for _>
agricultural Choral Group
s have the Plantation speaking of the disastrous

South Florida. the negro spiritual singers, to give I freeze in January he said that this,

II Miller Announces -- "Recent news the program presented on Tuesday act of nature was not nearly so
attending the dinner given Washington disclose that night. severe ,as the penalties which had
p by Clarence R. Bitting at the Inn
I trenched and greedy Those wishing to attend are ask- been imposed by the department
'
Tuesday night, aside from the. key For Tax CollectorR. require high prices from before
I ed to make reservations of agriculture for any grower who
; men' listed elsewhere, were:
sumer, taxes on a Wednesday night by contacting A. chose to make up into sugar more
Members of the board of directors -
I vital food requirement, W. Lawrence who will have entire cane than allotted to him by the
: Dr. Chas. E. Albright, Milwaukee N. Miller this week makes I
duties benefit
I payments
charge of this phase of the work government. He expressed his deep
I Wis.; Frank L. ,Allen, New public his announcement that he Is restrictions are busily
sympathy to the farmers of the
York; Robert W. Atkins, New York; a candida'te for the office of Tax attempts to continue the
area and said that had the govern-
Dr. Ralph E. Badger, Detroit; Wm. Collector for Hendry county sub- iniquitous sugar legislation Hatch AnnouncesFor
ment permitted these farmers to
T; Bitting, Philadelphia; William ject to the May Democratic pri guarantees them
Tax CollectorG. plant a portion of their acreage in
j H. Bixby, St. Louis; Patrick Butler, maries. In ,so doing, Mr. Miller to the American market. : cane that they would have been
New York; James H. Douglas, New asks to be elected'to the office he conditions the vise, .
hurt far less by the freeze.At
York; R.' P. Foote, L. W. Garred, is now serving by appointment of prudent and efficient R. (Red) Hatch this week I

Detroit; John G. Getz, jr., Detroit; Gov. Fred P. Cone, April 11, 1939. serves his assets." announces that he is a candidate for the close of his talk Mr. Bit-
:'\ James J. Harrington, Indian River, Mr. Miller, who is 43, is a nativeof the office of Hendry county tax ting said that despite the freeze and

Mich.; Frank F. Kolbe, New York; I Florida. He was born in Madi- School collector in the May Democratic other setbacks the board of direc-

Thomas Oxnard, Savannah; N. F. '' son county, is a graduate of Madi- Sponsors primaries.Mr. tors had instructed him to distri-

S. Russell, Burlington, N. J. and son Normal Institute and attended Dances To Hatch is well known in this bute stock bonuses to the key men

Forest P. Tralles .of St. Louis. Stetson University at DeLand and county, and has made many friends and as the name of each was called

Independent cane growers introduced the University 'of Florida at 'Gaines- during his 14 years residence at he went forward to receive the en-

: J. E. Beardsley, C. H. ville. He served in the navy in Activity I Sears where he is assistant post- velope, given in appreciation of his

Berner, R. M. Bishop and Otto the World War, and moved to master besides being local repre- efforts toward making a more

Larsen of Clewiston; F. Lynn Hendry county before the countywas The school has, I sentative of the Standard Lumber harmonious and efficient. organization -

Gerald and R. E. Kurtz, Fort established. He served as eight tube Zenith radio Corporation. He has been in their ,

Myers; Harley Watson, Arcadia; Tax Collector for the city of La- less recording machine, employ continuously for the past Mr. Moran again took over at

J. M. Couse, L. E. Farnam andJ. Belle six years. He' is In the ,abstract to be used for 25 years. this time and expressed his appre-

E. Frierson Moore Haven and and real estate business.In grams within the He was born in LaFayette coun- ciation to those who had partici-

W. A. Hooker and' Luther Jones of: asking for election, Mr Miller the recorder to play dance ty, 'where he was graduated from pated in making the dinner such a

Belle Glade. said, "I have tried to the best of for dances which will be high school and is proud of the success, particularly the manage-

, 1 Special guests introduced: Hon my knowledge to give efficient by the school in the new fact that his family, three generations ment of the Inn and M. E. Von
Marvin Jones, member of the Houseof service, to all the people of Hendry ium, according to the back, are native Floridians. Mach who arranged the program of

Representatives from Texas and county, and would 'appreciate a,. full ment this week of R. Mr. Hatch promises, if elected, entertainment and called attention

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NEWS ANALYSIS BY JOSEPH W. LaBINE for 'Baseball Evidently Young Man Had

Umpires But a Peep for the RingThe

Roosevelt Peace Bid May Delay

Shuns Bottle-Ducking Course I young man had just pro-

posed to the most beautiful girl in

Spread of European Conflict; the world. She had accepted him

and now he stepped into a jewel-

er's to buy .an engagement ring.
;
, Near Eastern Crisis Continues He examined various rings, and

I finally picked up a beautiful dia-
mond.

(EDITOR'S NOTE-When opinions are expressed in these columns, they "What's the price of this?" he
are those of the news analyst and not necessarily of this newspaper.) inquired.

Released by Western Newspaper Union. ____ "
" "That, replied the assistant,
., "is $250."
> ."-' : ;tms"',, ?: r+Nr nory" .n N 'T'ytaM"'M'o""s" wy.
4. f: ;:;F'::"""Y ,, : v7" < s"h'N;", .+ 1" The young man's eyes popped.He .

"Ii: "' '.,, if' whistled loudly and long-

:a v \ then pointed to a second '
: 4/d:, u/ ring.
if' "And this one?" he asked.

"This one, sir," said the assist-

'" rG. br nrr ant, eyeing the price-tag, "is two
) whistles!"
'
.rnwrirtCbi.7c:4a. uc/.akG iiy a

When baseball head south
/ teams for '
'-. r Largest Open-Air' TheaterThe
', spring practice the umpires enter

:; training, too, preparing for a summer
r' of virtual isolation and desolation. 44 N Roman theater at Vienne,

w cz During the season they must travel / France, is said to be the largest \
0 rt l '
Y rs
alone, live alone (and like it), endure open-air theater' in the world.
iI hr Built some 2,000 years ago, it was
"
m stinging insults from audience and
unknown to the present
alike and still their genera-
player keep tern-
tion until a railroad wreck dislodged -
>. pers. They must even learn to duck 4 r r some earth and revealedthe

/ pop bottles, for the big league fans upper tier of seats. Archeolo-

, and players seem to have a standing by gists excavated and the ancient 'f

fe blamed theater was uncovered.It .

GERMAN-OWNED KRUPP SHIPYARDS AT ISTANBUL > has now been restored and

Did this give the President an idea? has a seating capacity of 9,000

t9 r spectators I

INTERNATIONAL: : secretary of State Sumner Welles
would leave immediately to visit
,
Mounting TroubleNew Berlin, Rome, London, Paris and d
}
a Relief
war threats were spreading neutral centers, seeking a meeting W ? { 4A r a v rf I Hi; g9a W : Constipation

fast the day Franklin Roosevelt act- ground for peace. 'Presidential'crit-I ,'
4: That Also
ics frowned, remembering the last' .,,4
ed. The situation was especially explosive -
in'the Balkans and theNear, time a Democratic chief executivesent Pepsin izes Stomach ;

East. Turkey had seized the Ger- warring Europe such an envoy:

man-owned Krupp shipyards at That was in 1916, when Woodrow s r When constipation brings on acid indigestion \

Istanbul harbor (see, photo above), Wilson's Col. Edward House failedto ,bloating,dizzy spells,gas,coated '
win peace, but brought home in- tongue, sour taste, and bad breath, your
: ousted more than 100 Nazis and announced stomach is probably loaded up with certain -
a sabotage plot against,the stead the makings of U. S. embroil- undigested food and your bowels don't

Turkish, navy had been nipped. ment in the war. : < & .:sAs> move. So you need both Pepsin to help
The President did two more t ruuA', YF ;? .vc!'. break up fast that rich undigested food in
: Russia fortified her Turkish border, \$R > Ce'x {t.u y.i GG
your stomach,and Laxative Senna to pull
fearing a thrust against her oil re things. He ordered his special en- the trigger on those lazy bowels. So be ,
sources. Greece's Premier John voy to the Vatican, Steelman MyronC. sure your laxative also contains Pepsin. j,
Metaxas warned solemnly that his Taylor, to get going at once in %/ Take Dr.Caldwell's Laxative,because its
the hope he could work for Syrup Pepsin helps you gain that won-
r; nation was being drawn into war's peace. derful stomach-relief, while the Laxative "1
A meshes, making particular refer- Then he addressed the pinkish Senna moves your bowels.Tests prove the

: ence to the British-French troop con- American Youth congress, for the yYr,.;. power of Pepsin to dissolve those lumps of
J first time denouncing publicly the undigested protein food which may lingerin j
'centrations along Russia's near your stomach,to cause belching,gastric I
Soviet invasion He also
of
eastern frontier. Finland. SyNS ,,, + :, acidity and nausea. This is how pepsin-
took a light slap at Adolf Hitler. izing your stomach helps relieve it of such .1
ar (About 100,000 colonial ,British troops distress. At the same time this medicine
Anti-Rooseveltians
to 42k )
quick
were & I
from New Zealand and Australia, originally I ; wakes up lazy nerves and muscles in your
bound for the western front, were criticize. This meant Sumner bowels to relieve your constipation.So see
Welles would v. .. how much better by the
dropped instead at Suez and dispersed to visit European capi- ,4. you feel taking
laxative that also puts Pepsin to work on I
eastern ) tals whose rulers already knew on !
near posts.
r:. that stomach discomfort, too. Even fin- 1
which side of the fence, the U. S. M1
;t There seemed a general,direction icky children love to taste this pleasant '
administration stood. On the other family laxative. Buy Dr. Caldwell's Laxative ;
to this agitation. Even Italy longan
,
;T hand, however, why was, it sinful : I t -Senna with Syrup Pepsin at. ,your,
enemy of Turkey, was reported druggist today! ':
for the President of a Christian
framing a trade pact with Istanbul, N' :'
democracy to criticize the of 5 ;
rape
; drawing Rome closer to Turkey'sfriends
"'= Finland? There Were Others"I :
France and Britain. Italyis
already close to the Balkan entente Within a few days reactions began can't.understand why I never
trickling in from Europe. Most nations r
r V: which over the week-end had accepted Ronnie the very first
"interested" France
wooed and won Bulgaria away from were ; time he proposed."

Russian influence. It all meant that even expected Adolf Hitler to post- "That's easy, dear-you weren't
his scheduled western front of-
pone "
southeastern Europe and the Near there.
fensive until after Peacemaker
East were being mobilized either (1)
Welles has come and gone. \


The Wars
l r %'
; s a
>:'" Northern Front. United Press' r
t : rI
Webb Miller left the ,Finnish front I

..: :' 4 for the first time in more than two I QUICK-RUB ON SUPER-MEDICATED
: When calling a player out, PENETRO.LET IT GET IN ITS GOOD
: c months, sending an uncensored dispatch -
I'I \ 5\ ; from Stockholm. High points: McGotvan says you hold the WORK. FAST-BECAUSE CONTAINS

((1) Russia's Karelian isthmus drive head and thumb just so, 2 TO3 TIMES MORE MEDICATION

I.' was at. last bogging down; (2) fast possibly affecting a disdainful ,> '7 THAN ANY OTHER SALVE SOLD,

; foreign planes were arriving in large i demeanor. To call a man'-'" NATIONALLY FOR COLDS' w

'f i numbers to aid the Finns; (3) plansare safe: "You bend the knees {' \ MUSCULAR ACHES AND

already underway to "blackout" .
and hold the hands like NASAL MI5ERIES..GET
the nation with bog fires next sum- this." Walter _
Fry, a stu '
[ ., SUPERMEDICATEDClear -
". ,mer; (4) the Russian army is not dent w
'learns how to welcome
: HOUSE AND WELLES so slovenly as most of the world be- '.a
base ;
t a successful -runner
F A repetition of 1916? lieves. .
tvho's home
Western Front. French frontier just scampered

I t.: for defense against threatened posts bombarded the Germans- from third. If it's a close tr'

I fr Soviet-German aggression, or (2) with loudspeakers blasting propa. decision, he'll hear boos Gain

p:: for an allied-sponsored drive against ganda. from the grandstand in just :ate Whatever happens beyond expectation -

:" the Russian oil moment. should be counted clear
wells which are sup- a
plying Germany. CONGRESS: gain.-Terence.

h, (Supplies will come faster than ever Neiv Taxes?

: now, because the Reich and Soviet signed Forwarded to the President was : ON A DIET?
, a trade pact whereby Moscow will swap : ...S t
the first evidence of congress' S
i oil and ores for German machinery.) an emergency national defense rebellion -- .! Try This HelpA

bill from which had been deficiency of Vitamin B Complex and
Peace Bid ,
,,< Iron in diet can contribute to seri-
:$ ::=# : >> your
about : :
lopped Of six
$20,000,000. appropriations ous weakening of your strength. By all
Peace was already in the air when ,measures handled thus means take Vinol with your diet for its
Franklin Roosevelt acted. A few far, a'total,of$260,000,000 had been helpful Vitamin B Complex and Iron. At ti
your drug store, or write Vinol Co., 94
days earlier there were persistent cut; the latest being a $100,000,000item 8. Wabasha, St. Paul, Minn.
rumors that the Reich would offer from the billion-dollar naval-

peace terms to the League of Nations expansion program.

economic committee meetingin But it was the same old story of Your Secret I
The Hague.: But this was nebu- house slashes and senate restora- If you wish another to keep your

lous compared to Franklin Roose- tions. The independent offices bill secret, first keep it yourself.-Sen-
velt's action. eca. 11
was passed by the senate after restoring -
Unexpectedly, as is his publicity- $39,500,000 of the approxi-

wise wont, he announced that Under- mate $95,000,000 deducted by the
,
house. Meanwhile agitation grew
-
for senate additions to the farm-bill,

NAMESin from which the house had cut $66- e =OUR: rr II
000,000. Not only did the farm bloc 'CapBnuh"Applicatorm ,
Umpires are trained by 1, U "BUCK LEAF 40"
want this restored it also JUST A
money ;
CO MUCH FARTHER
'
the Bill McGowan, American :, DASH IN FEATHERS..
news. I wanted $200,000,000 for parity pay-
arbiter shown here' .
league
I ments, an item from which the

President has kept hands off. If giving lessons. Above, Mc s\, .
C A Syracuse (N. Y.) university stu- these tactics continue, leaders see Gowan plays the erring dia .

dent analyzed speeches of great little hope of avoiding the $460,000000 ,- mond warrior as one of his
men, finding the "I"! used rya '
pronoun tax levy which will be necessary students executes the cor' GOOD 1I
'
once every 53 words by Adolf Hitler; if the national debt limit is not. to be rect (and effective) of IIoauo I
once every 83 by Benito Mussolini way ST ORES
; raised.
telling a player to get offa: ''\\yb
once every 100 words by Franklin Also in
: e nic
congress bt'ISte
Roosevelt; once 249 words the field. Right: Umpiresmust \.::
every by Neville Chamberlain. duck not only bot
was approved for continuation by pop 0 [#
Ah4 1"y erI4'1iiEFI I
The tles, but foul balls as well.
C. senate approved President the house ways and means committee. -

Roosevelt's nominations of Marriner If passed, it would let the ad- McGowan shows a student I

Eccles as federal reserve board ministration retain the right to how to protect his arms

chairman, and Chester Davis make, trade
as a pacts without congress from injury.
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BABY CHICKS son we must
{ one,fact that
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ATLAS CHICK CO.,SG LouIs,Mo. p'tpal4 _
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I II, Continually BLOOD-TESTING and BREEDING PLAN REFRESHMENTS TO SUIT THE SEASONSee are here and they
I Ii; :for Dig EgiS.B'ast Growth.Loc2 LI to and Kapld Recipes Below.
II I Feathering: produces chicks of unusual Iityabllity. tain abilities
Fast and Uniformity.
Feathering
: Write Growth today for catalogue and price tint When You Serve a Crowd Chop the clams and add together which they may ,
i MilfORD BREEDERS HATCHERY PIkesrilleP.0..RockdaleEld. with the clam liquor, water, ,salt and as they choose,
Whether it's your responsibility, to pepper. Cover and cook about lh time comes, they
I ; provide unusual eats for the Senior hour, or until vegetables are' ten- this world, in
NURSERIES skating party, or an inexpensivemenu der. Scald milk. Make a smooth sought primarily

NURSERY STOCK: Fruit trees big value. for the church supper, cooking -- paste of the flour and water. Add ease, and go out
Order today 6 peaches or 3 apples or 10grapes in quantities does present problems half of this flour paste to the clam out any special
Sl.OO plus 15c postpaid CatalogFree.
I Hood's Nurseries, Richmond, Va. mixture and half to the scalded theory of life
Unless you have recipes designedto milk. Cook each, stirring 'constantly pared by the
serve large numbers, it's saferto until the mixture thickens. Com- by him for the
EXCHANGEWILL make quick breads, cakes and bine and add butter, parsley, and ing the souls of
cookies, according to standard family -
Serve hot.
EXCHANGE N. Y. OIL BUSINESS; paprika. very I. Christ
size them -
recipes, doubling perhaps
desires country gas station tourist camp;
Italian Spaghetti. of His Goods (
reason, ill health. LOUIS STRAUSS, but no more. Proportions of vv.
460 WATKINS ,ST., BROOKLYN, N. Y. ingredients change as recipes become (Serves 50) ,All men are I

larger, and it's no simple matter 1I/z quarts onions (minced) evident that our

tor an amateur,to guess at them. 3 cloves garlic (minced) each one of us
l\lental'Laws Plan refreshments to suit the season 1 cup parsley (minced) tunity to serve

and your guests.., When equip- 1% cups olive oil who entirely

Poverty, ill health, discord, fail- 'ment is makeshift 6 pounds ground meat (,beef, pork responsibility
ure to realize our ideals, discon- the help andveal: ) to answer for
tent, unhappiness, all our ills, <<" limited, and the 6 No. 2% cans canned tomatoes and serve Christ.

I spring largely from 'our ignoranceof .;;:/', a G if ,number to be 8 small cans Italian tomato paste fessing Christian
the working of mental laws, our ;: ::t served, is, large, 3 tablespoons salt : fession by his
failure to realize the overwhelming select foods that teaspoon pepper : ,, for his hypocrisy.
Y easily 6 pounds spaghetti tian likewise
influence thought exercises in are pre-
our lives. pared and served, and foods that _:" judgment seat
won't be hurt by standing.For 2 pounds Italian *. judged for the

the simplest sort of refresh- cheese, (grated_ ) '=: -:: in the flesh.
ments after skating or skiing, hot 1. Cook the on- The 'Lord has 30)4
spiced tea is ideal. ions, garlic and parsley in the olive man
I ACtnNG CHEST Clam chowder, with toasted oil for about 5 minutes. ability. God is ;

crackers, makes a hearty, satisfy- I 2. Add meat and cook until meatis He does not
ing and substantial dish to serve brown. beyond our '

II COLDS after a sleigh ride in the frosty air. 3. Combine with tomatoes and tomato each one the ; ;
I Spaghetti or macaroni make inex- paste and simmer for about 2 which that man
II ; ; ;
I I Heed More' Than "Just Salve" pensive, mainstay dishes for a hours or, until the sauce is very of, and then it
church supper or midwinter meet- thick. ,sibility to use
To Relieve! DISTRESS!
II ing of the P. T. A. Served with a 4. Add salt and pepper just be- and faithfully
To quickly relieve chest cold misery and ;
I salad hard rolls and fresh fore serving.
I muscular aches and pains due to coldsit crisp: II. Christ Will
takes MORE than"just a salve"-you fruit for dessert, Italian spaghetti 5. Serve on cooked spaghetti and ardship
need a warming, soothin' "counter- makes an unusual and easytoservemeal. sprinkle generously with'grated Life is far
iiritant"like good old reliable Musterole cheese.
-used by millions for over 30 years. existence without
i Musterole penetrates the outer layers You'll find the 'tested recipes below Reception Cakes. ultimate
i of the skin and helps break up local congestion practical when you entertain a (Makes 90 2-inch cakes) coming again,

I Children's and(mild pain.),and 3 strengths Extra Song: Regular,40 crowd, and if you're planning '''a, 2 cups _shortening (part butter) but we know that
I smaller party, my booklet entitled 4 cups sugar that He may
"Easy Entertaining" will give you 16 egg yolks answer will you
suggestions for menus and recipes, 9 cups cake flour when He asks us

too.' 8 teaspoons bak- goods ,He has left

Cream Cheese Icing. ing powder Well aware are
(Frosts 90 2-inch cakes) 1 teaspoon salt those who scoff :

j 4 3-ounce packages cream cheese 2 cups milk Christ's return.

.. Plaster :% teaspoon salt \Vz tablespoons turies in
. '
8 cups confectioners' sugar orange or lemon expect such an
i Contagious Laughter '1 tablespoon vanilla :; '' extract and it also told

While there is infection in disease 2 to 3 tablespoons milk 1. Cream the this truth, namely

and sorrow, there is nothing 1. Soften the cheese with a fork, shortening, add "walking after
in the world sugar very slowly -
so irresistibly con- add salt are "willingly
tagious as laughter and good hu 2. Gradually cream in the sugar, beating well Word (see II
mor.-Charles Dickens. beating until the mixture is ,smooth after each addition. III.
and fluffy. 2. Beat egg yolks until very thick Unfaithfulness ''
and add to the creamed
gradually
3. Add vanilla and milkto
enough
(vv. 20-27).
mixture.
ARE YOU IN ANY sistency.make icing, of spreading con- 3. Sift dry ingredients togetherand The man who
had
add to the first mixture alter- ability ;
I Ham Loaf. nately with the milk and extract. a great
OF
THESE CLASSES
? and he did
(Serves 100) 4. Pour batter into jelly roll pans lord,
10 pounds smoked ham (ground) which have been greased and lined and fidelity. So
1. Do you suffer from Indigestion, constipation -
6
i pounds veal (ground) who because of
::7 belching, gas dizziness, or head- with wax paper.
aches B-L Tonic will help correct these 1% cups green pepper (minced) 5. Bake in a moderate oven (350 dowments
if conditions quickly and easily when due to 11% cups onion (chopped) Both made the
functional causes. degrees Fahrenheit) for 30 minutes.
2. Are you rundown always feel tired, 4 teaspoons salt Remove from pans, cool and cut tunities and
weak, underweight? This often results 1 teaspoon pepper into diamonds. and also
from a simple anemic condition of the
,blood. In such cases B-L Tonic aids Na- 16 eggs (beaten) We shall not be
ture to enrich the blood thereby buildingup 2 quarts tomato soup (canned) of the greatness
your resistance to Illness-such as colds 2 quarts bread crumbs or, uncooked If your family has a "sweet of our
-restoring your energy, helping you regain "
tooth, dessert is a mighty important -
necessary weight. This enrichment cereal (oatmeal or farina) the use we
., of blood is produced by increasing your 1. Combine the meat part of the meal! But itisn't fact should
green pep-
appetite and Improving
your digestion so always easy to find recipesfor
you derive more nourishment from food. per, onion and seasonings. is by
desserts that different
3. Must you get up frequently at night? 2. Add beaten tomato are fined to a
Often this arises from fermented waste In eggs, soup, 'easy to make and inexpensive.Next .
solemnize
the Intestines. It causes the Intestines to and bread' crumbs or uncooked cereal week Eleanor Howe ''will should
swell and press against the kidneys and faithfulness the
bladder: thus creating the desire to get up. give you an assortment of 'tested
3. Pack in bread loaf given great :
and causes stiffness and pain In the small] pans and recipes for economical and deli-
of your back. B-L Tonic win bring quick bake in a moderate oven ((350 degrees cious sweets to serve at the closeof that the reward ;
i mented and easy male relief rIaL by eliminating the fer- Fahrenheit) for 11% hours. a meal. well is not
B-L Tonic contain no alcohol or other Clam Chowder. sion but more
hablt-frrmlne drugs. Why not give ita (Serves 50)) What about the
j trial? Get a bottle today from your drug-
gist. Only 125. See why millions of bot- 1V4 quarts carrot (chopped) Send for Your Copy of 'Easy talent?
tles Refuse have substitutes.been sold.Money Good for back children ruarantee., too. 1% cups onion (chopped) Entertaining' Now.If the ever-present I
Send for FREE booklet. The B-L Com- quarts potato (chopped) it's about time for you to enter- hurt because he
pany.. Dept. 8, Atlanta, Ga. 7% cups celery (chopped fine) tain your club or sewing circle, much as the
5 quarts clams you'll be needing some suggestionsfor stead, of
5 quarts water and clam liquor unusual refreshments. -You'll of his lord in
SHOPPING The best placeto Salt and pepper to taste find them-menus and tested recipes with more goods
start your shop- 5 quarts milk ,' too-in this practical guide to to care for, and ,
ping tour is in
'L favorite 1% cups flour entertaining.Send with what he had
your
U r chairwith an easy.open 1% cups butter for your copy now! Just mail in the ground
newspaper. 1 cup parsley 10 cents in coin to "Easy Entertaining own business.
,( Make a habit of reading the advertisements 2 tablespoons paprika ," care of Eleanor Howe 919 N. carelessness
: in this paper every week. Theycan Chop the vegetables In small Michigan Avenue, Chicago, Illinois the reproof of the
save you time, energy and money. pieces and place in large kettle. (Released by Western Newspaper Union) ment (see vv. 29,



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PAGE FOUR THE CLEWISTON NEWS
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1940


The Clewiston News I COMMUNICATIONS stood by him through the years, Is Your Subscription Paid? Subscription $2.00 Per Year
are certain to continue steadfast.

Senator Andrews' record alone, they

Published every Friday In Clewlston.: insist, fully Justifies their loyalty,
Florida, by tho CLEWISTON NEWS, I Clewiston, School, ,
and they add there aro many other
Inc. February 23, 1940. i?
reasons for his numerous lasting

I Dear Public: friendships.Born (
KEATHLEY: BOWDEfl", Editor of'thanks and
letter ,
This is
a ,
1 and reared in West Flori-
appreciation to you for this ,beautiful da, the Senator gained part of hIS
Entered as second class mall matter school building that :you have
education in
South Florida in
Polk
at the Post Office In
February I, 1927.
,
Clewlston, Florida, under the Act o! erected for us, the pupils,of' Clew- county. He taught many hundredsof

March 3, 1897. iston School. Floridians in public schools of
p
We wish to especially thank Mr. the State while financing his edu-

Subscription, Rote $2.00 Per Year. Von Mach and Mr. Miner, who cation. He served as a member of

Advertising Rotes On Application. worked with untiring effort .for the the judiciary in Walton county, as

new building.We well as In Central Florida, where

the students feel sure that he also practiced law. He also

Devoted to the advancement and welfare we will be able to have more activities served as a Supreme Court Commissioner -
of Clewlston and Hendry County. :
because of the building. at Tallahassee.

The public 'is invited to attend Member of a pioneer Florida *1 4'S ':coZ ;
and feel
of these activities
most we
.. ................... . . . . .. family, which has paid taxes in ,
.N . .N NININNNNINNNININININNIMININRAMBLINGS / I sure that the people of Clewlston Florida for more than a century, t J f Y.

are proud enough of the new build- Senator
Andrews not only knows
ing to take good care of it when Florida and thousands of Floridians, i Ga/ r Ql
.
in it.
they are
but he knows their problems. This,
By B. B. The building is spotless and we his supporters assert, accounts for ; y tY t

Intend to keep it that way. his ability 'to give them understanding -

... Again we thank for this
you
.
IAN N NON NN N H I :N:N:N M N/N/N/N N/N/NON M :(Nr service.
new advantage with the feeling ;

that will get almost as much l # h %' xY' / r5uw y / k Nr
It was a proud moment in the you STATEVELIi'AnE BOARD "//,.;'j 4, i
pleasure. and use from it as we %
AIDES 243,403 PERSONS
lives of Charlie Miner, Dick Turk Sincerely. dO.//I

and a great many other people Fri- Pupils of Clewiston School I Jacksonville, Feb. 23.-(Special)

day evening when the new high -The State, Welfare Board distributed -

school building was opened for surplus commodities to 63-

the first time. It was almost en- o:..:.....:..:..:..N MNNNNN. :N:N:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:. 137 families or an estimated 243-
J 492 persons during the past month, "
tirely a home-talent performancethe J
through its
surplus commodities

construction of that fine build- Too Late To Classify I i( division; according to figures made

ing. Funds were raised, by a bond [ public here today.

issue on the Clewiston school dis- By RUSSELL KAY In Hendry county 148 families

:: trict (that means you and me) ; -:N.N NIN/MIN. :NIMIN. .NININ. HIND:NININ. .NIN. :N:N:NININti I were served. It is estimated that
the average family consists of four
: L.
plans were drawn by Phillips ,
It seems this guy CONFUCIUS persons. '

,- Clarke, architect of West Palm I has been lookin' over' the political In addition, surplus commoditiesare

Beach, who has planned other build- situation and by consulting a spirit now being furnished 400 schools

:. ings for Clewlston; it was constructed medium I was able to glean the following with an enrollment of approximately -

r remarks on the subject from 40,000 with which to
by Paul Bussey, local contrac- supple-
.<' that famous dispenser of wisdom, ment free lunches furnished under- Francis P. Whitehair
tor Red Robbins,
1 Inspected by
which are presented here for the nourished children. All but 12 of

4' local engineer. Hazel Prewitt did benefit of not only those aspiringto the counties of the state' are par-'

;. the stage (was there ever a lovelier 1 public office but also the 'voter ticipating in the program and suf- "The business man candidate for Governor"

,' one?) and the gasps of admiration and taxpayer as well: ficient others are expected to come

i' from the audience when the CONFUCIUS SAY in this month to complete the quotaof Promoting UNIFIED Florida
,, "Politicians who throw mud. lose 56,000 children set for the pres- a
.: various, lighting effects were flashedon ground." ent year. ;

that pretty curtain were an ex- PLEDGING HIMSELF TO: ,
CONFUCIUS SAY During
. the month 67 cars of
:;. pression of appreciation for her
efforts. "Political promises often empty apples, 25 cars of wheat, five cars 1 Appoint only capable, honest, practical experienced men and i
like heads of makers." I of corn meal, 12 cars of graham -
r, Charlie Miner sweated blood get- women to appointive positions. r
- CONFUCIUS SAY flour, five cars of raisins and smaller __

ting the funds and the red tape "Smart' politician keep' .on own quantities of other commodities 2Vork to abolish waste e\'ery wliere. I
and Dick Turk has '
untangled,
toes, off other fellows'." have been received in the state, according -
sweated for some relief from the CONFUCIUS' SAY to Charles L. Cranford, (ThiN advertisement' imld for by local friends of Francis P. AVJiltchnlr)

.';' crowded old building. We were "Gentleman get up give seat, director of the division. ,
:, all extremely proud of it, and if "
except when hold office. i.
;j. you missed seeing it Friday don't CONFUCIUS SAY

":" .' miss another opportunity. .. "Sometimes, dumb voter attend ,- .' ; ';< ..' -: :,!,: : :: :' r
,: '* '* '* ;; 1.\: ::
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political rally 'Gone With Wind.:
If you've been over near, Dade
CONFUCIUS SAY
City lately and happened to stop
"Too often politician who stump
; look at cane-mill that .
and a power before election do so after." .
: .' is for sale, read the classified ads CONFUCIUS SAY

.,," in this issue. Mrs. Mary Hancock, "Political
promises, like New
':;: who lives at San Antonio, writes us
Year resolutions, easy make, not
'
'? that someone from Clewiston visited "
so easy keep.
d5: her place and looked at the
CONFUCIUS SAY '
t'f' f; ,mill, but the care-taker_ failed to t 4
"Political difference good thing;
i'1;y'' get their names. She is anxious '
political indifference what hurt
;: v to get in touch with the party "
country. f4
:- who was interested in the mill, and
' CONFUCIUS SAY
':>', she sounds like there's a' bargain
"Smart politician look before
,
waiting for some-one. Of 'course n9621068
; leap, don't cross CANAL 'till come : :
.
,. she thought the newspaper was the to it." !
:: logical way to solve her problem,

I/. and we hope '*it does.* "He who CONFUCIUS thoughtlessly SAY throw hat 'I dCa5 9' ,1 N' D A F,,

In ring sometime find shirt withit.
'a H. H. Doerge (by calling him ." go

;t" (Hank) everyone' avoids learningto CONFUCIUS SAY S f 7 : e J C iyi

pronounce that name) proves
t
"Politician who seek
your sup
'
that anything can happen here.
port before election think only fair
,
r..;', Last week he made front page 'p
"
hold you 'up after. aferS
news by making 14 strikes in a p
CONFUCIUS SAY l
row at the bowling alley, which is jio
"Man who think he'ride highway : i
our current excitement. This week ; .4"V
vhe cow to Governor's chair, may- 4"4 .!'d ...
moves over into the Ripley
be wake up find he got bum steer."
column by a Sunday afternoon
-"-- feat. He went out fishing and CONFUCIUS SAY

caught a rabbit-so help meU! and "Smart politician of long experience ;
know how play both ends :
he had the live rabbit and two L
I against taxpayer."
witnesses to prove it. It seems ..
Y .
CONFUCIUS SAY
that ,the boat was moving along I "
near the shore of the lake when "Most times man take himselftoo euY sons WHY

'':- the men spied a, rabbit hopping else seriously does.:" wake up find nobody Let's get together 5 REASONS WHY YOU Will YOUR USED YOU EQR SHOULD

gingerly from lily pad to lily pad. SAVE BY-BUYING NOW! YoR HEVROIET M
}e: ;' A slight blow from the wrong end CONFUCIUS SAY I f you want a late model .1 CheproleEAIERt
ofIcur
of "City lawyer often dressed like! .. j
a fishing rod
stunned the little truck
car or with modern All used ot e
Oll
cars
tenant farmer SAVE finest
'wolf in sheep'sclothing. "Cagier
bunny
s
and they brought him home. .' Improvements-for a very prIced to sell best pal cars
: Three of them stick to that story, fast,. in order to make 2 You'ues. and the .
small of
amount .
CONFUCIUS SAY money
and as we said, they had the room for more trade-ins. rojebuyefrom

rabbit, to prove it. "When candidate thump chest, .; confiden.
,' say word good as bond, good time We have what you want SA'Buy now-be-. 3 YOUr c er whit

Up in Elberton remember many bonds no good." prices rise b.eJrrolet
elJ.pI
Georgia, there'sa '
It -and save the difference.
' candidate who's frank about his CONFUCIUS SAY you have an older car COllditioOJ:8: the b Cst dealer
" "When candidate show truck to trade 4 Lat. fling .
platform. Coroner J. W. Dixon is card with b or Save winter con- methods
SAY '
seeking Ye-election "to 'Union Label', better ask to see :' on a fine, late k ditioiiing
complete my expense 9uality mellsurate: Prices
, program". He explains: "there's same label on undershirt." f r' model l used on your old car. with i
5 y
.
? still two or three fellows In this CONFUCIUS SAY i J.I ::i"c a r OUr Ch
stand eJTolet
county that "Sometime candidate who try C V! E Save depreciaJM dealer
I would like to hold : f rYou have e\.crJ" usefirm y 4i
tion
;" ., inquests over." buy election, sell, owu self down on your old thevrot Car he limd
- river." ,, l1 M car. Trade up now. ; et.Deolers sells '
'* I
':' .ice what we want Or UseD lRUce aues, 3
Speaking I arters
of
> politics reminds us Andrews SAV E Save costly repairs -
that TommY'Murray, who's running Family Only Chevrolet dealers on your
: for dog-catcher in the "plutocratic offer used can with an"OK that Counts"tagClewiston old car. : a

::.: primaries" has added to his original Florida 100 Years

: "Rum-Romance-Rebellion"
slogan,
f; a new one "Gin-Grits-Graft". 3 ;. -, ; '
.t'. Orlando, Feb. 23-(Special)- 0 : +
Supporters of United States Sena-
Russell
:?, Shrine Kay, who attended a tor Charles O. Andrews are not

ceremonial, dance, dinner concerned about
:r and his determination
attending
:< festivities in Tampa to remain on duty at, Washingtonwhile

:;: Monday tend the, President's came to Clewiston dinner to at- their aspirants for his post Increase Clewiston Motor Company

Tuesday, activity
;, and finally waked I throughout the State.
"! up sometime
Wednesday feeling like his They point out he not only has
= own won new friends by his Florida
column devotion
"Top Late To Classify." :!I l to ,
1 I'duty, but that those who have



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I! FEBRUARY 28, 1040 1 ThE CLEWISTOJ?' NBWB PAGE F1VDJllil

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II Made I little more than one hundred dozen. create gainful employment ,for thou- standard of living under threat of -
I Full Text Address
Of By I 139 dozen eggs is less than a year's,; sands of persons on an American heavy penalty. In recognition of
i production of a flock of ten old the fact that we can overcome all
C. R. At Presidents Dinner !. and decrepit hens engaged on a standard of living and. are faced' handicaps; except those imposed by :
t Bitting with heavy 'penalties if :we do not
1 .
'-5. : : WPA project. our own government, and secure in
..'. There similar throw such persons upon the relief the knowledge that the American
are more
many
.,' ,"'" -._, p tically Increased from 9 tenths ofa Items, but why go on? It only rolls of the federal government. people will demand the removal of .
There Is an old saying' that? makes me feel bad. Truly, the iniquitious Sugar Act such handicaps, the Board of Direc-
'
cent to one and one-half cents.
troubles run in threes. If that of 1937 is our most serious trouble tors of United States Sugar Cor- .
Much sugar was then shipped to Let us turn to some industrial
be true:all our: troubles should be and a ,most serious! trouble for all poration has. instructed me, as Pres- '
the United States and held in bond products I
I in back, of us. Within a period' of I the people of America. ident, to here and now distribute _
thirty days three 'troubles have' while a loud clamor was skillfully On, a' per capita basis there are Our courage is undaunted. We stock interests in the Corporation <:
II j organized to once 'again deprive the 50 times as many automobiles in to the Key Men of the '
1 beset us., feel secure in the knowledge that organization. .
American farmer of his home mar- Florida than Cuba and 10 timesas : : :;
I the, American people will arise and '
To learn of one of our troubles ket. The propaganda worked. A ., i
many radios. There are more .
Itl I had to talk to sugar producersof demand the end of laws that pro-
new treaty was signed with Cuba, automobiles, radios and: pther lik.j '
I other areas. From the producers hibit employment on an American Is Your Subscription Paid? '
quotas reinstalled as of January modern necessities owned by the :'I
of other I learned !
ii areas 1, and; during the last week. of the employees of United States Sugar .

I that the present market price for old year the 'duty was cut to 9 Corporation than by all .. . ... . ...'..................... J J '. ... ..... ....J ..!e
J are owned . .,. .
was below the cost of produc- ;MANN N N.NNONN; M.NN. .N N N H N NN. N.NN.N.N ; ; ; : ; ; : .-N.NM. .N.NMN. .,.N. .N.N. .N.N; 'J
sugar tenths of that the Wall
a cent so
the peons on all the sugar planta-
tion, although our cost records do Street banks the refiners and the
tions in Cuba.
not disclose such claim to be a i speculators, who had hun- r I ;
sugar NOT FROZEN
What I have said of Cuba is
fact. Present prices are, less than dreds of tons of Cuban sugar 'mo're even ;I :
true ,of the Philippines. On
Just abouta '
of
prices a year ago. in bond the i i .
of that stored might get profit the same per capita basis there, are ;; ; :: :

area year paying ago ,the the lowest producers wages, and represented by a cut in duty of 100 times as many automobiles and _:;:: I FULL OF FLAVOR'. :' -: J
$12 per ton. $12 a ton on 300,000tons in A 'J
officials 100 times as many radios 'Florida

rated as the by most our efficient government sugar produc- how millions is more and than millions$3,500,000.of dollars Just than in the Philippines. The sugar ::i:: Small but very sweet and j juicy :*: :::1.

ing area, spent good money in full unearned profits to those owningthe workers living in one Everglades .:. -.t. 't:.',
s advertisements, in their own village own more of the comfortsof Temple Oranges and Seedless '
Grapefruit
I page Cuban sugar stored in the :: :*: \
life than all the near-slaves
i newspapers,. to tell themselves they United States rebounded to the A '
were losing money on all the sugar throughout the Philippines.Our _; from :
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: benefit of the poor Cuban peons is our ,grove s t
I!:I they shipped to the American mar- beyond the understanding of intelligent greatest trouble, by far, was y .yf
l'e' ket. Some light is thrownon the 're-imposition of quotas which := :
I men. : $1.00 Bushel i
4 f During July and August, when the situation by Secretary Wal- guarantee foreign countries, and .. a. i
other offshore areas more than two- ; .' ::
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( war clouds hung tow over_ Europe, lace's comment relative to the way .
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. continual place and thirds of our sugar market. Con- ALSO FRESH STRAWBERRIES ::
I I: the breeding Cuban elections should go, and the -
tinual cries' arise from Washingtonto :: .. '
II I, hot-bed of wars, Cuba 'withheld more recent statement of a Cuban I '
II from our markets more than 2 00-() senator that Cuba was' entitled to" increase gainful employment In 1j:: iv:. -.,. 50c :a Quart :j: ,
private enterprise and yet Washington .. > '*, .' ,_ ,... '
with v "
ii 000 tons of sugar? ', as compared our markets because"our' officials ._. ....'J ,, ; ,,r" .:.
imposes severe penalties if : : Orders ..
the same period of the preceedingyear. insisted on butting into Cuba's internal .. ; -
"Withholding sugar during affairs. we try to give self-supporting, self- .:. ,.:.

I, the period of greatest consumption respecting employment on an 'Amer- y
I The re-imposition of quotas, pro-
naturally resulted In a most un- hibiting under extremely heavy ican standard of living. The con- PHONE '::
reasonable increase in price of sug- penalties us from supplying even the tradictory facts just don't make :: 66 HOPKINS ,BLDG. ,

ar to the American housewife. needs of State is sense.
sugar our own
Domestic 'producers were denied the our ,greatest trouble. Our troublesin A temporary' trouble was caused I The Beardsley: Farms -
right to fill the' shortage in sugar connection with quota restric- by nature during the last week end

supplies by the threat of extremely tions are also troubles for our fellow of January. Most of you present

I price heavy went penalties.' the greater The the higher penalty the I Americans to recognize, many the of facts.whom Let,refuse have precedented seen the polar results front of which that un-de- .*..jMj..jMjw2":"jMj..j N jwj N jMj..j..jwj..jMj..j..jMj..jM:..:..:..:..:..:..: :.:..:N:NNNNNN. :..:..:..:..:..:..:N:N:N:(N:.MH&mjftl s

imposed upon the home producerif cended upon us. To' our neighbors,
us look at some of the facts. I .
he attempted to relieve the short- who were severely injured, goes our '
Here is a letter from the American -
|| age. The penalty imposed on American deepest sympathy. Since the recent -
Embassy in Havana listing
SJJ producers of sugar, a non-sur-: i cold spell I have talked to AmPLE FunDS
some of Cuba's, Imports In 1937, i
plus crop, for endeavoring to fill : many farmers in the Evergladesand
the needs for this vital necessityof three years after being granted exclusive I am proud to say that not a

life, when a foreign nation, guaranteed rights to almost onethirdof single farmer is discouraged. If

I exclusive rights to almost our sugar market. many of the farmers in the Everglades -

I one-third of our market, refused to Here's an item-70 tons, about had part of _.their acreage

recognize an obligation to ,supply 2,500 bushels, of corn, comparedwith in sugar cane, and thus make real

such exclusive market, was, stillis a thousand times as much the projected cooperative sugar

heavy. The penalty is three prior to the Cuban legislation which house, their losses :would have been I

times the market value of the SUG- excluded American products from substantially reduced.:

AR SOLD to American consumersin the Cuban market. If we read the The sugar crop 'was' damaged but

any attempt to relieve a short- recent issues .of annual reports bf> despite'the fact that the harvestingand

; age or discourage excessive prices. Department of Agriculture, we may ''sale of all sugar available In or

The American people, through their well believe that 2,500 bushels of the 'Everglades will create many

duly elected representatives, insisted new_ hybrid corn can be producedin thousands of days of gainful em-

on'giving foreign nations, and the back yard of an Iowa house ployment in private enterprise,' said

other offshore sugar producers, exclusive by a child who ,has, not yet learnedto to be so much desired by those in HOmE Loans

rights to more than 70 per walk. authority we have not. yet permission -

cent of the' American market and Here's another, item-95 tons of to harvest and sell all available ,,

''insisted on penalizing the home pro- lard compounds compared with 30) sugar.

ducer _if he attempted to, supplyany times as much before passage of Despite the freeze;. despite the e ef

part of such 70 per cent which the American exclusion act. The gainful employment which wouldbe O We helpyou..with .

the.foreigner might refuse to deliverin souls of less than 1 per' cent of created; despite the doles from ante yoU W A.i ,can
the
the hope of extracting higher the 'little pigs, slaughtered by Farm Security and other relief K '- ,

prices- from' the consumer. Such a Federal edict so we would be compelled agencies necessary if the sugar is f"".cp R (t: finest loan planin .-

silly'state of affairs could not continue to buy Polish hams, would not harvested and sold; the federal r .. .. existence "

s : and, as a result, sugar quotas produce more lard than that. government will impose 'extremely '"

and marketing allotments were suspended .During the entire year 1937, heavy penalties upon us if we, try t1Clewiston

during September last. Cuba imported 139 dozen eggs as to harvest and sell the sugar now -a .

Suspension of quotas eliminated I compared with over 11,000,000dozen available in the Everglades and f

the severe penalty clauses and, the year before Cuba passedthe thus create' much needed employ- Federal Savings

quite naturally, the price dropped. 1927 law which effectively ex- ment. We are penalized if we :,:

:With the suspension of quotas, cluded American products., From .create employment.The .
made necessary by Cuban greed, more' than eleven million dozen climate disaster is the least and Loan Association

the duty. on Cuban sugar automa- Cuba's imports dropped to but of our worries., We have.,'tried to
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,/ .- ." w'- : by Carline Berner, Joan Crouch man, announced plans for a silver -- lll1l11mllmlmlllllllmmi.llllmllllljl! f [!! !! I i ![ !! l mllIimlllimI! [ lll! l and before all the Masses.
Mrs. tea to be in the auditor-
and Vaughn. given new: Weekday Mass
every morning at
SCHOOL NEWSEditor Present were Katheryn Dyess, ium on March 15th. The tea Is !! WITH THE J4 8:00 o'clock. I

Betty Lou Emrich, Carline Berner, planned primarily as a get-together Devotions In honor of Our Ladyof
Ruby Ricks, Joyce Phillips, Billy for the mothers of school childrenand ChurchesFIRST Perpetual Help are conducted

__.......-_ Dick Patterson Haynle, Bubber Mills, Dick Schiffll, it is hoped that some money Friday evenings at 8 o'clock, followed -

Assistant Editor .... Doris Hodges Sidney Broughton, Clifford Beatty, will be added to the treasury by LlllmmmlllmllilIDll lllIllIImd by Benediction of the Most
Editor _.. Dick Tarleton Miss Burhans, Mrs. Vaughn this means. ( !I ll ll lll llli II lli I! I ilmm I [ +li' III I I Blessed Sacrament. -
Sports I Mrs. B. C.: Flaniken, Mrs. Carl
Assistant Sports Editor BAPTIST CHURCH Religious Instruction Class for
ALICIA THEUS CELEBRATED Johnson and Mrs. E. M. Cornettewere
Louise Leiter children
Saturday morning at. nine
named to serve as a nominat
Society .._........ Marie Robbins BIRTHDAY WITH PARTY ing committee' to present names "The Friendly Church"H. here in Clewiston, and after Sunday

Features and Clubs, Julia Oglesby G. McLEROY, Pastor Mass in Pahokee.The .
for new officers at the next meet-
Humor ........_.;_..__... Ed Von Mach Mrs. H. E. Theus entertainedwith Ing. Sunday school 9:45 a.,, m.-B.' Mass schedule 01 Pahokee is

Advisor ..._......._........... Mr. Lado a children's party at the ) E. Herring, supt. .*, 10:30 every Sunday, excepting ,the
Sugar House Barracks yesterday A silver offering was taken at
afternoon celebrating the fourth j I the. meeting for a Founders Day Morning worship. 11 a- m., sermon last Sunday of the month, when
Mass is at eight o'clock. The 'pub
H Alicia. gift to the national organization. -pastor.
birthday of her daughter, I I lie, regardless of religious belief,
HAS PROGRAM ONVASlllNGTON'S Training Union 6:15 Arch
SCHOOL p.
Games enjoyed on the lawn is
were always welcome in this church.
BIRTHDAYA Guest ListContinued Hodges director.
,
\ and refreshments of ice cream and -

cake were served. Evening service 7:30, sermon- PENTECOSTAL CHURCH"
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program was given in the The little guests helping cele- ( from page one) I pastor., South Clewiston

new school auditorium at two brate the birthday were Heather chairman of the house agricultural Sunbeams Monday 3:30 p. m.

o'clock :Thursday afternoon to Guthrie, Martha Davis, Claire Jones, committee, Hon. Mlllard: Caldwell, at church Mrs. Herman' Davis in Services Every Sunday: "

honor the birthday of George Jean Anderson' Lamar Ramsey, member of the House Represent' charge; Sunday school at 9:45. .;
Marie Sapp, Sue Cornette, Edward Intermediate Girls' Auxiliary Morning worship at 11 a. ,m.
the atives from Florida's third district,
Washington and join in national "
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Moore and Donald Stiles. Monday 3:30 with Mrs. McLeroy. Young Peoples meeting, 6 p. m.
Bancroft Puerto
Milton Chas. L. ,
observance of 'Democracy ;
Junior Girls' Auxiliary meets Rev. M. M. Dudley, director.
Rican executive; Harold '
Day.Rev. GARDEN CLUB PLANS TRIPS sugar Florida state Wednesday 3:30 at church, Mrs. Evangelistic services, 7:30 p.: m.
of the
Kent Pendleton' led the TO PALM BEACH; PAHOKEE Colee Chamber, manager of Commerce; Hon. JohnR. Hodges in charge.' Tuesday evening service 7:30 '. opening prayer and the entire audi- Mid-week services Wednesday m.
state senator from J
Beacham,
ence joined in singing "The Star The Garden Club held its Feb- West Palm Beach Hon. Colin 7:30: p. m. Friday evening service 7:30. .,p.
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Spangled Banner". Remaining afternoonin The pastor is having each Friday m.
ruary meeting Thursday of
state superintendent
standing the pledge of allegiance to the Community Church with Mrs.G. English, Instruction Hon. Nathan at 4 p. m. a special children's The public is cordially invited to
the flag was given.A public ; service at church all children from attend all services. '
Mrs. Willard
B. Rackstraw, Mayo, Florida commissioner of ,, ',
recitation, "Washington" was 6-12 are invited to come. \
Simpson, Mrs. O. A. Jones and agriculture; Hon. R. A. Gray, sec-
given by Julia Oglesby after which Mrs. W. C. Prewitt, hostesses. of state of Florida; Tom "The Lord is my' light and my
Rev. Pendleton gave a brief address I retary salvation.... When shall I fear? The I
Reports of various committee Lykes, Roy' H. Hawkins, Hon. E.
on "Spirit of Americanism". Lord. is my strength of my life; gin alu ppior.l11IiIZ...
chairmen were given. Mrs. F. L. Stewart, representative from I
in which he told the students that I of whom shall I be afraid". Psalm ,
Deane Duff, program chairman Hendry county; W. P. Therkildson,
to be an American one must first I 27: 1.
asked for suggestions from mem- editor of the All-Florida section ofthe .
discover what American is and yr
an bers as to future programs. Tripsto Miami, Herald; Olcutt F. King, J
in finding this would discover the COMMUNITY CHURCHThe
I West Palm Beach on February26th commissioner of agriculture of
spirit of Americanism.
b and to Pahokee on March 8th Connecticut and Prof. F. G. Stur-
;. Several of the students, including were discussed. On these dates chio, leader of the U. S. S. C. morning worship is at 11
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a.m. The sermon theme will be:
Charles Turner, Dick Patterson,
lectures will be given on flower band.
,' Paul Pullen, J. B. Brantley, Mun- arrangements and landscaping ideas. Others guests were: R. C. Alley, "The Resurrection of Jesus". J.

r. selle Stone, Carlton Prevatt and The club will have representativesat I Dr. R. V. Allison, D. G. Alston, I E. Beardsley is the choir director
and Mrs. J. ,H. Doty is the pianist.
y
Louis Leiter gave The, obligationof each place. Four new members, i Chas. G. ''Bancroft, P. G. Bishop, The
Bible School convenes at .
Freedom" which was followed Mrs. J. F. Tippey, Mrs. Z. G. Keathley 'Bowden, W. L. Brantley, s.
9:45. B. 'C
Flaniken is the
super-
by an address on Democracy by I Meredith, Mrs. Sidney Crochet, George Burr, G. A. Chalker, intendent.

Carlton Prevatt in which he called I Mrs. Otto Larsen, were elected. L. Philips Clarke, E. M. Cornette,
The C. E. Society
will meet on
attention to the fact that George' independence I Mrs. Simpson appointed! -Mrs. E. A. Dopp, Dr. J. W. Ezelle, Father Monday at 7:30 p. m. Marie
for '
Washington fought our -
Duff, Mrs. Lanier, and Mrs. Bowdena Francis J. Finnegan, Father Robbins is the program leader and
and freedom and that we
Lawrence W. B. Granger,
committee to revise the bylawsof Flynn, Lee PrIdgen is president.The .
should fight always to preserve the club. I S. A. Graves, J. A. Griffin, WarrenL. Adult
Spanish Class will
that freedom. Mrs. F. Deane Duff read a splen- Hale.G. C. Hodge, Alan 'Howard, meet at the, Manse on Tuesday eve- I
The principal address on the George Howell, Allen W. Johnson, I
did article on the care needed by ning at 8 p. m. All members are
program was by, Fr. L. J. Flynnon frozen shrubbery, which was most E. E. Kelly, H. W. Lawrence, JohnI. I, urged to be present

Religion and Democracy. Fr. timely. She also told very in Leonard, C. E.: Lewis, 'Rev. .H. KENT PENDLETON,

Flynn likened the present European terestingly' her recent trip to G. McLeroy J. A. McGehee, R. E. Minister.

-.- situation to a world series baseball the Fairchild Estate in Miami and McNeill, R. J., Mensel, M. L. 91yrf tL [

; game of bygone years which was' the lecture given there by the 82- Mershon, G. B. Miller" C. S. Mott, ST. MARGARET'S CATHOLIC

', lost by a bone-head play and' he I year-old author of Bailey's Garden- Dr. J. R. Keller, Dr. J. G. Niblack.H. CHURCHRev. -

{: very interestingly described the ing Encyclopedia. B. Oliver, C. V. Parkinson, I

.. principal characters in'' the game, Cookies and hot tea were servedby W. W. Perry, Paul Rardin, Dr. G. Lawrence J. Flynn, Pastor I I

the dictators of Europe. God, he the hostesses, to Mrs. A. B. Sartoris, H. S. Sawyer, Paul R. Mass each Sunday morning at +

;1( said, was umpiring the game and Broadfoot, Mrs. Ralph Bishop, R'I Scott, J. F. Scullen Carr Settle, 8 o'clock, excepting the last, Sun- Clewiston Federal

would eventually call all three of F. Deane Duff, Mrs. J. W. McGregor Smith Jack Sturgeon, G. day of the month when the time Is

> them ,out on strikes. Mrs. B. E. Herring, Mrs. 0.1 E. Therry, G. A. Thomas, Robert 10:30. Savings' and Loan

::. Following Fr. Flynn's address"America" A. Jones, Mrs. R. H. Knight,' Mrs. Uidlein Blitz Wegman, Geo. W. Confessions are heard every Sat-
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\" was sung by the assem- W. L.' Lott, Mrs. W. H. Lanier, Mrs. Whitehurst and George C. Wright. urday evening from 7:30 until 8:30 I Association

' '' bly and Fr. Flynn pronounced the H. G. McLeroy, Mrs. C. L. Mc-
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:}; benediction. Lendon, Mrs. W. F. Neilson, Mrs.C. .

.(;" JUNIOR CLASS PROGRAM W.. Nelson C. Owen, Mrs., Mrs.C. J.E.H.Nall Pressley, Mrs., .::;::.A:;.."r....:."..:.".....:..".;..".:."..:.."..;"..;."..;."..;."..;..".;."..;."..;..".;."i'i""H'. ;. ; ;. :;. ;. :. :. ;. :. ;. ;. :. ;. ;. ;.:;. ;. ;. ;. ;. ;. ;. ;. .: ;. ;. .: ;. :. :. :..;:.;:..:;..;:..;:..;;..;;..:...;..;...;;.".;;....;:"..;:..'.:;...';;'...::"..;:'...;;"..::"..::.11NNN.:..:..:..)


Mrs. W. C. Prewitt, Mrs. G. B. AA yy
f / By JULIA OGLESBY A s yy..
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Rackstraw, Mrs. Leah Spicer, Mrs.E. A y
';.: The Junior class presented a 'y _
L. Stewart, Mrs. Willard Simp- ;
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'i' chapel program Friday morning. son, Mrs. Robert Bair,. Mrs. R. .::: ...;.
?i' The Bible, reading by Eloise Smith, Mrs. Otto Larsen, and ENJOY. AN :
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:,, June Hooker and 'Renee 'W'ething-j PARTY GIVENBY :i::;: : : ; .ALL ,:::;:
.. .: ton sang "Basin Street LEAP YEAR ELECTRIC I .; ; !:
CHRISTIAN ENDEAVORThe .:,.;. ,': \ '.l .'. '"i'

by.A poem was read by Julia) Ogles :::i: ..,.:, =.:--- '- >( .' :i::!:

I Christian Endeavor party s s .!t, } ,;" HcJIV1E .', .
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'' songs Dick on Owen the piano.played a melody of I I I Wednesday held at the evening Clewiston took the Laundry formof I i'} ) : '; ; ; :' i" : ti

June Hooker "Careless' in ;;;
sang Leap Year party, with girls .
a ::::s: AI" ['.- -' '
no careless manner, and the entire escorting the boys. Various games .;.._. '. y ''i.4_.'_;4 Tyy
class sang a to the teacher.
entertainment
song
and stunts provided ...:.
-f'" The program was extemporaneous during the evening and refresh- ; )::s:
and the assembly enjoyed it very ments of gingerbread and" punch :s:..': Electricity is the modern servant; a servant that .;;.:.

i J''. much. were served. :;::: =: takes care of both the work and' the pleasures of the :'s"i':: :
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;. Vocational guidance efforts are Renee Attending Wethington were, June Maxine Hooker Doty,, :;ss:;:i;: home and one that will do everything quickly, efficient- *:;:

I. being made in the school to help Louise Hollingsworth, Florence ;f.i.;;; I ly and economlca I ly. :?:ss'::2::

the students choose the vocation Graham, Marie Robbins, Lee Prid- vv

:.:i, for which he is best fitted and in gen, Edythe Nell Cornette, Eloise xs:: .;..!.,

."J i' which he has the greatest interest. Haven, Bert Schultz, J. D. Hooker, :::;: One penny will toast 26 crunchy slIces 'of toast, or :::i:

s,. Prof. Turk is now conducting this Sandy Bell, Dick ,Patterson, Dick : .'.'
t :::: give'your eyes two hours of safe reading light or operate ._. ;.
work in the senior class and will Tarleton, J. B. Brantley, A. D.
: j continue it through the other Frith, and Dick Owen. :*::* your radio for most of a day-and-ELECTRICITY ,is' :::;:

.I,:.; grades. His of the plan'business is to seek men cooperation of- P-T-A HONORS FOUNDERSAT :;::;: one thing that gets cheaper the more of it that you use. _:i:: ::

the community in explaining details TUESDAY'S MEETINGA .vv... A

of the business to any stu- ::s::: That is why It is .so easy to have and enjoy a home .;.:;:'

,;;: dent who may be interested in that program honoring the Founders .s..s. ::.. .

(t,-' particular business. of the was'Parent given Teachers by the Association local- :*::*: that is all electric and mo d ern. :;s;::=;: ,.JIIIIIIIIIIIIIT ..

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V, KERMIT TARLETON HONORED group meeting for the first time in yy 2 A.
yy
I the new school auditorium Tuesday yy s A A

t, Kermit Tarleton was the guest I afternoon. Mrs.; J. H. Doty presided -
of honor at a surprise party given at the meeting and Mrs. A. R. H ELECTRICITY IS YOUR CHEAPEST SERV U

r Iv him by the sixth grade garden Broadfoot, Mrs." J. J. Graham and '..' .,..
r club. Miss Florence Graham presentedthe ri. M

1, Attendingvere. Wanda" Shelter, ,program. 22's :2: ANT-USE IT EXTRAVAGANTLY. *:*:

;; Ouida Johnson, ,Jean Augur, Wilma The custom of lighting three .

'. Jean Tingle, Betty Stough, David candles, one for the past, one forth .'....;. __ .:....
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Thomas, Bobby Croy and Kermit ; present and the other for the ...;'. .....
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Tarleton and Mrs. Holstine and future, and the placing of a flower '':'., .:..:.
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Mrs. Vaughn. Kermit for each past president in a boquet ':.; .,...
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presented ...:.
' with parting gifts by the club on the table was followed. The past y F ARV A's" :
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:'= and by Mrs. Vaughn. 'Cookies and presidents of the Clewiston P-T-A ..t.; '. ....s.:. i.
( root beer were served. ire Mrs. Woodward, Mrs. Jackson, ...:.

''; Mrs. Tubbs, Mrs. R. Y. Patterson,

FAREWELL PARTY GIVEN Mrs. Cleo Houze, Mrs. Glancy Ii Glades Power and light Co. Ii
: SHIRLEY TARLETON Wallace, Mis. Grover Poole, Mrs : : :

", I II. H. Hall, Mis. Harry Vaughn, F. .....
The fourth grade junior garden Mrs. W. C. Prewitt, Mrs. W. D + AA

club gave a.., farewell party for DIgges, Mrs. W. C. Owen, Mrs. .A .:...
B. A. Bourne, Mrs. M. M. Piewitt. t A ._
Shirley Tarleton. She was presented and Mrs. John H. Doty. :t:;_; .2 .i

with gifts by the ')+::')+:":":":":-X"X":+>:":":":":")+ )+:")+: ":..:..:..: ..:..:..:..:..:..:..)+:..:--:..:..:--: :..:..: :":" :.......... ........
club and Mrs. R. 'H. Knight, finance chair ,, ..i-"i"i"1"X"Vii".. ... ... ..,, .... .. .. .............. .................. .oot"i"x. .. : : : : : : : : : :
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/ Mrs. D. M. Clark of Pahokee MRS. ARNOLD ':1 Henriksen, Mrs. R. Y. Patterson- -, ,

1/1' visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs.C. BRIDGE GIVEN Mrs. W. C. Owen, Mrs. H. J. B. J.M., COUSECounselor

) L M. Allen Monday. Her son, Scharnberg and Mrs. J. W. Caston- and Attorney at Law
Ji r L Personals J JI Danny, who has been visiting his Mrs. Fred guay. Hopkins Building

grandparents returned homo with ed with a bridge Wednesdays and Saturdays

her. noon honoring ; FOR RENT-Two sleeping rooms. 0:80: to 4:00
Max L. Arnold,
Phone 76. F. L. Williamson tf.
I A.. L. Hackett Is confined to. his Dr. and Mrs. George H. Maughan, who is visiting .

i homo" this week by illness.. Ithaca, New York, spent the week-I entoes were OFFICE MACHINE SERVICECO.
end In Clewiston visiting Dr. and Mrs. Jay' W. FOR SALE .
I i Mrs. N. V. S. Mumford spent a.. Mrs. W. L. L6tt. Dr. Maughan is J. W. ; LOT 14, Block 505. Near R. R. J. B. WILCOX :
j!i 'first a member of the research staff of Patterson, Miss Station. Clewiston. Mrs. ThomasH. T7pe""rlte.r and Adding Machine
I the
the of week in
few days Dawson, 827 11th' Street, North, Repaint and Service
il Cornell University. other visitors. Also Signs of All Kinds
Palm Beach. St. Petersburg, Florida. I lime 401
11' Mrs. Elbert I
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I Paul Shelley, of Tallahassee,
II prize at bridge,
Mrs. Maud Hare has returned
visited his grandmother, Mrs.,, Z. H. second prize, FOR SALE 4:
I : from a. week's visit with friends Shelley, and his uncle, Emmett cut prize and -\ POWER CANE MILL-Capacity FOR MODERN PLUMBING. ,
See
:: In West Palm Beach. Shelley Friday evening. Paul is consolation. 250-285 gallons juice per hour. W. B. McCOLLUM a:
I I _. employed in the Holland for Gov- Cheap for quick, cash sale. Mrs. ''
A salad Plumbing and Heating :
11 Miss Evelyn Hare and Vernon ernor office in Bartow. pastry was Mary Hancock, San Antonio, Fla. Schnlt Apartments '.'

r ,Claycomb were visitors in West I Mrs.' Moran, Cle leton, Florida "::,'

) Palm Beach recently. Miss Mary Markette accompaniedher I H. J. B. WANTED: To contact party: who i )

I mother, Mrs. T. M. Markette, Duff, Mrs. R. visited my place, 1h mile off U. MECHANICAL, STRUCTURAL ',:'
,
Charles Owen, West Palm Beach, to West Palm Beach Sunday. Mrs. I H. A. Bestor, S. highway 41. Feb. 9, and lookedat ARCHITECTURAL DESIGNS I',;:
I Markette, who has improved sincea
spent Sunday, here with his mother, Mrs. E. C. power cane-mill. Mrs. Mary Han- Maps Estimates )
recent serious illness, reenteredthe
Mrs. cock. San Antonio, Florida.
S. L.
Mrs. Ruth B. Owens. Good Samaritan hospital for JOHN H. DOTY -;
riguez, .Mrs. C.
:' further treatment.Mrs. Engineering Consultant c,z
l' Patterson, Miss ::
Rev. and Mrs. Kent Pendleton,
A. Bourne, Johnson's Hopkins Bldg. Cleuiston Fla. '
Fish 'f
Alex Pendleton and son, John, were J. M. Fountain, Moore CampNear '.1..
Mrs. H. T.
Monday visitors in Fort Myers. Haven, has returned to her dutiesas "
Mrs. Stewart, ( Hurricane Gate) .j
of the local Western ..,9.
manager
Mrs J. W. Clewiston GInMBca Scientifically Broken Lenncn '
,I h :Mr. and Mrs. Thomas B. Shelley, Union office after a furlough of Mumford. Fla. Fitted and Repaired Duplicated .'
i, two months. T. P. Daubs,' who Boats and Motors-Guide Service DR. }i'. D. GUDBAUR :;
Miami, spent the week-end In Clew- '..
substituted for her, has returnedto EVENING Rates ReasonableW. Optometrist

i'' iston. I Belle Glade. I RODRIGUEZ H. Johnson, Mgr. Phone Fort IDS Myers Z. Collier Florida Arcade "
I [ Successor to K.: H. Oakley '.;
! Mrs. F. Deane Duff spent a few Mr.. and Mrs. E. E. ''Jeffcoat and I Mr. and Mrs.
,I-,- ------ --
days in Palm Beach this week with Mrs. J. J. Graham accompaniedMrs. were hosts at a

I her mother, Mrs. F. Edward Bryant. I Jeffcoat's mother, Mrs. Hoover, evening at their

)I to West, Palm Beach Tuesday. Mrs. for ladies was Ladies : -

Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Ezelle, Cleveland Hoover returned to her home in T. Hurst, who -

0. visitors spending a I Il' Augusta, Ga., after a six weeks' point chair set. .
I were WILL BE CHARGED, ONLY TEN CENTS A LINE IN THE
few days here with their sister, visit here. necktie as high .
AFTERNOON :
FROM 2:00 TO 4:30. APPLIES EACH
Mrs., E. M. Cornette, and family. 'Low: prizes were .
Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Von Mach S. Mumford, ;, AFTERNOON EXCEPT SATURDAY AND SUNDAY.

, I j Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Strong, of have as their guests this week, Mrs. Spice Powder AT ":

I 'Detroit, arrived Tuesday for a visit Von Mach's sister, Mrs. Frank who received a

I I'I'I I with their cousins, Mr. and' Mrs. O'Brien, Jerry O'Brien, Don 'Monroeand lotion., A and B Bowling Alleys .:.
I ; R. N. Smith and family.. Miss Eulalia Scheuer, all of Delicious ,
I Detroit. Mrs. O'Brien will makea served by the :
BOWL FOR
HEALTH'S SAKE .
, Chas. F. Young, of Gainesville, a three weeks' visit' here. Messrs Mrs. H. J. B.

I I supervisor in the AAA soil conservation O'Brien and Monroe and Miss W. Castonguay, -- ,_ u.. '
Scheuer are spending a few daysin -. ,". :
business visitor -
i work, was a : C. Mills, Mr. and -r
here Wednesday. Miami and will return to Detroit Mr. and Mrs. J. I I

I Monday. Nicholas -- -- -- .
'- -
Judge and Mrs. H. H. Watkins, Patterson and I II I "-
I Anderson, S. C. returned to Clew- BUFFET SUPPER AND CARDS AT

I iston Friday for a short visit aftera SCHARNBERG HOME TUESDAY I I MRS. VAUGHN'S For The Best Food '
'
few days in ''Miami. OF .,
Mrs H. J. B. Scharnberg enter-
For The Best Service t
Mrs. Harry Cecil McFerrin and tained with a buffet supper and Mrs. H. T.

daughter, Nancy Lynn, of Lakeland card party at her home Tuesday P. Vaughn, sr. For The Best Prices
\
I are spending two weeks herewith evening. Most of the guests were yesterday
I her sister Mrs. Jim Jowers. ladies whose escorts were attend- party at their

ing the President's Dinner,--.' at the. several visitors._ AMERICAN CAFE

Mrs. C. T. Hurst, Mrs. Grace Clewiston Inn. Mrs. W:.. C.
Patterson and Miss Abbie Metzgerwere High prize at bridge was won serving tray REGULAR MEALS SHORT ORDERS

visitors ,Tuesday in West Palm by Mrs. H. T. Vaughn and second high prize, Mrs..y:1 $5.00 MEAL TICKET FOR S4.50)

I i Beach.. by Miss Lucille Tralles. Mrs. ceived a bridge Mrs. A. P. Wynn; Next Door to Bank.HERE'S .

Martinez won first prize at Michi- and Mrs. M. W. .. __ _
Miss Edith Graham of Jacksonville gan and 'Mrs. Royer second. chief case as f u _' -= :__'_ h /
is spending a few weeks visitingher Guests included Miss Harriette remembrances

parents, Mr and Mrs. J. J.. Hayward, Mrs. Harold Colee, Mrs.S. W. Castonguay,

Graham, Clewiston and' her sister, R" ,Robinson, Miss Lucille Tralles, Mrs. Grace

Mrs. William Johnson, Canal Point. Mrs. Forrest Tralles, Mrs. R. W. Harriette \ .

Adkins, Mrs. R. Y. Patterson, Mrs. Moran, a recent' ..1
j Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Small, La- with \ A4B EAllC !
W., C. Owen, Mrs. O. F. Schiffli, bered a fJj FOR r
Belle, were among the visitors at- Mrs. S. L. Crochet, Mrs. H. A. C. Tarleton, who .

tending the opening exercises at Bestor, Mrs. O. A. Jones, Mrs. F. ,M. side in Chicago. i1- .1
the new school building Friday MY FA T p aL
Rodriguez, Mrs. J. F. Morrison, Individual % ,
evening. Mrs. C. A. Martinez, Mrs. Jay W. ed with :t -_, '" ,

Moran, Mrs. M. W. Bigg, Mrs. W. coffee were ,i. /:
Mrs. M. L Arnold, who has spenta MY WAILILWHEN
H. Lanier, Mrs. E. C. Mills, Mrs. Guests were '
few weeks here with her parents, ;
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Henriksen, is H. T. Vaughn, Mrs. W. C. Prewitt, guez, Mrs. H. % ; \ :

returning Sunday to her home in Mrs. Max Meluh, Mrs. Bessie Elliott, Mrs. Castonguay,
Caliente, Nevada. Mrs. J. W. Castonguay, Mrs. Fred Mrs. R. Y.
Henriksen, Mrs. M. L. Arnold and Mrs. E. C. Mills, d
ORTU o orC
1 Mrs. Roy Alston accompanied by Mrs. E. W. Ullendahl. dahl, Mrs. Moran \
Grace Patterson,
her mother and sister, Mrs. J. S. I I'I MRS. HURST HOSTESS AT
'I Willingham and Mrs. Ward Robertsof I SERIES OF CARD PARTIESMrs. Sidney Crochet,
sen, Mrs. M. L. "
Moore Haven, spent Wednesdayin :%. < 1c
\
L. Lott, Mrs.
Fort Myers. C. T. Hurst, who has as her
ford, Mrs. H. A.
house-guests her sisters, Mrs. Grace
Little Tommy Owens, son of Mr. Patterson and Miss Abbie Me"tzgerof P. Vaughn, jr.,

and Mrs. T. "B. Owens, is' spendingthe Emporium, Pennsylvania, enter- Bigg and Miss

week in Okeechobee with his tained over the week-end with a
grandmother, Mrs. C. R. Beau- series of small parties for them. 'MRS. MILLS IS ?
champ. PARTY FOR
On Saturday her guests were Mrs. ,
--r- J. W. Castonguay, Mrs. H. J. B.
Mrs. C. T. Hurst had as her guests Mrs. E. C. \
Scharnberg. Fred Hendriksen, STYLING
this week her uncle, Herbert Day, a patriotic bridge
Mrs. M. L. Arnold, Mrs. F. Deane I I the answer to FOR. AUTHENTICATED BY
his and Monday
and daughter granddaughter
Duff, Mrs. N. V. S., Mumford, Mrs. HARRY AISTON
Mrs., Robert Grose and daugh- E. C. Mills and Mrs. .F. M. Rodri- I Mrs. J. W. TUNE'S popularity! Extra comfort, "
ter, Carl, of Emporium, Penn. I 111., guest of
:tt1 q guez. berg. Red, perfect fitting, combined with real

R. Williams, Peoria, Ill, is Two rubbers of bridge were play- were arranged custom-styling. And at a price that j
ed and a high prize given :at each and these colors
spending a few days here on busi-
any man can easily reach. Your feet -+
Fostoria
table. These were vases in tallies and !
ness. Mr. Williams Is connected
and were won by Mrs. Castonguayand worth FORTUNES!
with the experimental engineering A pyrex boiler I arc Try them.
Mrs. Scharnberg. Guest remembrances -
department of the Caterpillar Manu- M. Prewitt, who E
a novelty bottle of lotion -
facturing corporation. at bridge, linen
and a novelty tape measure
.
H. A. Bestor, ,
J.
and AND UPi
were given Mrs. Castonguay
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cothern and ers to Mrs. W.
Mrs. Arnold.On .
r daughters Doris and Janis havel low score. A
moved here from LaBelle to reside Monday, those playing were powder puffs '

!, They have rented the house owned Mrs. W. P. Vaughn, jr., Mrs. J. prize to Mrs. E. I lFOIFlTUNJE '
by Mrs. Mary Hayes Davis at the H. Pressley, Mrs. J. Fred Morrison, Castonguay's I I I
end of Bond Street. Mrs. H.: T. Vaughn, Mrs. P. C. toiletries. Mrs.

Tarleton, Mrs. E. W. Durst and Mrs. M. L. lEIoms
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Reaune, Mr. Mrs. F. M. Rodriguez. Mrs. Press- ette Hayward \

and Mrs. Tom Lamb and Mrs. Leo ley won high and received a handkerchiefs .
McInerney of Detroit were guestsof Fostoria dish. A vegetable, cutter brances. Mrs. r'

Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Von Mach was awarded Mrs.' Morrison as I a compact as ::1" 1

Wednesday. The visitors are winter- consolation prize.Wednesday Sandwiches, [l' '' ;
In Miami.
ing
Mrs. W. D. King were served by
won a pottery jug for high score, I O. A. Jones, Mrs.
Mrs. P. C. Tarleton and 'children, and Mrs. H. R. Hall 'a soap dispenser W. H. Lanier,
Parkinson's
Dick, Kermit and Shirley, are plan- for low score. Mrs. Guard- Mrs. C. H. Inc.

ning to leave tomorrow for New house was given a guest remem- Stewart, Miss a
Orleans, to remain until the closeof brance. Playing were Mrs. Al Palm Mrs. Jay W.

the school term, when they will Mrs. Hall, Mrs. Guardhouse, Mrs.. Prewitt, Mrs. W. Clewiston Floridaw.
join Mr. Tarleton in their new C. W. I
home in Chicago. _, ____. ,I and Mrs. Robert Grose. Mrs. M. L. :




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THEO GIFT I WIFE
When a fellow says "no man is perfect9 k t
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hasn't married a widow'and heard
about her first husband. ;,

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By RUPERT HUGHES often.It :';

RUPERT HUGHES-WNU SERVICE takes two to make a bargainbut '.'
I usually only one gets it.
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A doctor's pills might cure !;
CHAPTER VII-Continued a lady who was presumably Mme. "May I ask the date, and the "I didn't quite understand whathe some ills, but not ill-humor.
-9- Carolet. name of the man who issued the said last."
Give a revue producer an
Jebb had rehearsed his French in teskere." Banbury whispered back: "They
"But let's not talk Turkish poli- inch, says Marjorie, and he's J
tics. I hear nothing else all day. the cab, and he began smoothly: The recorder held it out for him want you to name some reward for got costumes for the whole
Let's go to a cafe chantant," sug- "Monsieur thought I had restedat to see, and Jebb wrote down the your wonderful et cetera, et cetera. chorus. i
gested Banbury. his hotel, is it not?" name of the official and his addressin What would you like most, my boy? .3
"Anything to get my mind off my "I was sure of it, monsieur. You Constantinople. He could' hardly -the diamond star of the order of
troubles," replied Jebb. look most like that miserable pig- control his excitement as he said: Nishani Osmanee, or a silver medal l
The admission was only two pi- dog of a Pierpont. I see now that "One more question, effendim, for saving life?-or will you have it Glamorous Skirts
astres or'ten cents apiece. The price you are not the man-he was much when is the next train to Constanti- in cash?" !
seemed small till the musicians be- thinner and not at all ,like you. I nople? Shall I have' time to go backto Jebb did not hesitate about his an- For Table
gan, then it seemed excessive. apologize humbly." my hotel before it leaves?" ,swer: Dressing
Banbury chose a table and the "When was Mr. Pierpont here?" "I think so, effendim," smiled the "Tell them about the lost child t
waiter brought them coffee. Ban- "It was two weeks, monsieur. He Turk, shaking like a vat of jelly: and ask them if they can give me tf
bury rejected it with horror and arrives in state. He seems to havea "the train to Constantinople runs 'any help." Banbury drawled fortha
ordered Scotch and soda, in which little too much of the gin or the three times every week, and the long story, which seemed to touch
Jebb begged to be excused from wiskee, but we others always ex- next. train leaves tomorrow." the: guests deeply, for when he fin- *
joining him. pect that from the English and Another twenty-four hours of inac- ished they all spoke at once, and &v
At a table in front of him. Jebb Americans. He orders the best room tion! It seemed that he could not Cranford explained:
noticed a fat neck and short, bristly in the house, the best food, and he tolerate the delay. He was finished "They promise you the aid of the
poll of distinctly French extraction. 'drinks much of, the wiskee. Then with Salonica, so impatient to be whole nation, and say that nobody in
Eventually their owner turned his one day-his room is empty. He quit of it that he was tempted to set Turkey shall feel himself too high ; ,' r'1S '
face, glanced at Jebb, stared, turned does not come back." out for Constantinople on foot He ,or too busy to join in the search."
away turned back, looked uneasy "How much ,was his bill?" actually climbed the steep hillside, At the station, the next day, the
angry, pugnacious, puzzled. "Five pounds Turkish." through the Turkish quarter. Young Turk leaders gathered to
Jebb wondered what ailed the "Is it that he left of-the, baggage?" Young girls hung about the foun- wave him good luck, and as the
man. He was sure he had never "No, monsieur. He brought noth- tains filling their jugs, ,and a, dozen train pulled out he heard them cry-
seen him before. At length the ing with him. He said he expectedhis times Jebb saw some profile, some ing:
stranger rose and left the hall, and yacht to come, for him. He little form that suggested Cynthia.But "Jebb Effendi, chok yasha! /Jebb
Jebb gave his soul to the Miserere bought fresh linen here in the shops he was all too well assured that Effendi chok yasha!" And,some who
from Trovatore." and threw the old away." she was not in Salonica.He knew he understood French cried: '
He was absorbed so deeply in the Jebb smiled sadly. 'The portrait kept walking and late in the "Vive le Monsieur Jebb." ,
music that he failed to notice at sounded familiar. afternoon he reached the southern' And so he set forth on his 24-hour b
first the arrival of a police officer "Did Mr. Pierpont" register?" limits of the city, where houses were journey to Constantinople and puffedat
who spoke deferentially to Banbury. "Yes, monsieur. few and fields broad. In the distance his cigar with his first genuine
Banbury was melting sympathet- "May I see the signature" ?" he saw a splendid palace in a contentment, for he shuffled in his
ically under the influence of Scotch "But yes, monsieur. great garden surrounded by a high hands a sheaf of buyuruldus, let-
and Verdi, but he was instant with Mme. Carolet whisked the little wall. He skirted the edges and con- ters of commendation to some of Jj
'
book from drawer and Jebb Fr K <
an Englishman's rage at any inva- a recog- tinued on his ,way till it began to the chief personages of the empire .3
sion of his privacy. grow dark. Seeing that the sunset -- Pattern 6459
Jebb turned in surprise and found was purpling Mt. Olympus and that
the Turkish officer regarding him night would soon be upon him, he CHAPTER VIII THE glamour of a dressing ta-
with a piercing scrutiny, which Jebb turned back. can easily be yours. Clear '.
answered with the clear-eyed inno- : He was startled by distant cries. The train was,only six hours late, directions for four different'dressing -
cence of ignorance. He caught a He saw people running here and so that, instead of arriving in the table skirts-economical yard-
word here and there, and gleanedthat there. Suddenly a little veiled figlire early morning light Jebb came in ages-directions for adapting any
the conversation had to do witha 'came out of the twilight and the. full glow of the afternoon. table are all in this practical pat-
French hotelkeeper named Moosoo the shrubbery close to him. Jebb What chiefly overwhelmed Jebbas tern. Pattern 6459 contains instructions -
Carolet, some other person named thought that some poor Turkish wife he rode through the streets in an for making four dressing I
. : Pierpont, and an unpaid bill. was fleeing from murder or perse- araba, was the hugeness of the cityas tables; materials needed; pat- J
.- Banbury grew more and more furious cution. He determined to offer her large as ten Salonicas or fifty tern_ of scallops roundecTedge.
''as' he thundered Turkish with his protection. He ran towards her Uskubs-as large as if Boston, San To obtain 'this pattern send 15 I
;, a curious British intonation. The of- N shouting English.. As he came up Francisco, and St. Louis faced each cents in coins to The Sewing Cir-
ficer grew more and more humble the little veiled figure drew two revolvers other in one mass. cle Household Arts Dept., 259'' W. t
and finally withdrew ,in confusion and fired at him. There were European hats enoughin 14th St., New York, N. Y. .
with much apology and many a sa- The bullets whirred past his ears. the crowd, but they were worn .1.1NfIPAFEI
laam. He would have, been glad to retreat by, foreigners. Some of the hats
but his impetus carried him for- were so American that Jebb looked
When he ,had gone, Banbury said, .1rle ward, and it was momentum rather under them, counting on finding a ( :/
"This is the most ghastly countryin than any foolhardy bravery that led face he knew. It seemed impossiblethat
God's world. What do you sup- r him to leap at the murderous lady such a melee should not include
pose that jackass of a policeman and wrestle with her for her revolvers .some_acquaintance of his.: JfII THROAT .kf'3
) wanted? It would be no end funny if which continued to spit fire in A derby hat unmistakably Ameri- ""
Does throat feel
it weren't so disgustingly imperti- I a very feminine way and fortunately I can caught his eye and he turned to prickly your when you swallow j
nent. It seems that some silly ass with feminine aim. stare at it. At the same instant he -due to a cold? Benefit r riy
from Luden's special for
of a French hotelkeeper here had a In the highly'indecorous wrestle heard a voice behind him., almost'at mula. Contains cooling .,.'n
.', guest who lived very royally for a for life,. the' fugitive's thick _yash- his elbow. menthol relief.that Don't helps suffer bring y
' few days then skipped without stop- mak was torn loose, and Jebb saw "Hello, old man-how's! electricity quick another second. Get
; ping to pay the shot. This jacka- to his infinite amazement that the ?" Luden's for"that "sand- :: :::
: '. napes sees you, and thinks you are little lady wore a heavy beard, and Jebb whirled so quickly that he paper throat!
;:: Pierpont. He goes to the police and was a little old man. nearly sprained his neck. He caught'an LUDEN'S 5*
r, orders your arrest. The officer came The captive kept uttering violent over-the-shoulder grin and hearda '
And so he set forth on his 24- Menthol Cough Drops -
; to me with apologies for throwing a things in a violent way; then he be- Yankee chuckle. He could not ra- \
' hour journey to Constantinople.nized
} friend of mine into a dungeon as a gan to plead shrilly. But Jebb had i call the face or the voice, but the
'
; common thief, but'I sent him about his own writing with a conflictof lost his Turkish along with his I race was plainly his own.
his business." relief and shame. The name was breath and his patience; and he sim- The fellow-countryman moved on By the Golden Rule
! \"That's mighty nice of you." Vanderbilt Pierpont, but the hand ply held his prisoner fast, till the through the crowd. Jebb stood up Only the Golden Rule will bringin
.' '"Don't think any .more about it. was the hand of Jebb. pursuers arrived. They gazed with to identify him, but saw only a the Age of Gold.-Frances E. '
:_'. Have another cigar and a cup of "One more question. Is it that awe at the scene, pouring forth horrified glimpse of red hair. He was tempted Willard. Tr
;? coffee, and let us hope that-soprano Mr. Pierpont had a child with hima sentences in which Jebb to leap out and go in search. Buta
: is really not so unhappy as she little girl?" caught the word "Padishah!" hamal carrying two huge barrelson
sounds." "No, monsieur, not one." He nearly swooned as it came over his shoulders drifted between
,( "By the way what was the name "From what city was he come?" him that the little old gentlemanin and hid the wayfarer from sight.
W of the hotel?" "That he did not say, monsieur the disheveled ferije and veil was Jebb sank back in the araba, cudg- MgR !
fr.. "The Grand Hotel de-something and he had not of the baggage, mon- no less-and no more-than Abdul] eling his memory. o JELLY
,. or other. I don't remember. Don't sieur. He talked very little and his Hamid I. Why did he mention electricity?
r w' think of it again,.I beg you." tongue was a little thick." Each of the breathless pursuers The next morning Jebb visited the Father of Folly
6 But Jebb thought of it without rest. "I will pay his bill." laid hold on the royal captive till American Consulate. But when he
At length Banbury rose impatiently.The "Nom de Dieu, you will pay the he looked as many-limbed as the reached the consulate it was deserted. Ignorance is Folly's father and
Scotch had made him drowsy bill! But why should monsieur pay spider he had been always called. He was tempted to forswear his mother.
but he blamed the Italian music."I the bill of that gentleman?" Turning to Jebb, the Turks, with allegiance and become another Man
can't stand any more of this "It is my whim. He was an Amer- such hands as were. free, lifted the Without a Country. But there wasa
caterwaul, can ,you? What do you ican. I am an American. For the imaginary dust of homage to their gorgeous kavass at the door, who HOW ARE NEDI1rLS ?
' //say to our getting out? I'll drop you honor of the country-but if you breasts and brows. explained that the whole staff was YOUR! '. I
t' at your hotel, eh?" would prefer not, I will not pay the Then in a cloud of real dust a away for a holiday.
, "Thank you, I think I'll see it bill." mounted officer:: thundered up. He With splendid condescension, the Cranky? Restless?Can't sleep?,Tire easily?
through." "Oh, monsieur, I do not questionyou. insisted that he was the dust under kavass observed: Then Worried try due Lydia to female E. Pinkham's functional disorders Vegetable?

:., "Very well, I'll wait if you want I. thank you." Jebb's feet, and introduced himselfas I "Thees afternoon comes back one Compound famous for over 60 years in
, to." He paid the bill and went back to Raouf Bey, a cavalry colonel or of the officers, Meester Rosen Ef helping such weak rundown, nervous
. "Please don't let me keep you." the cab. He had found a clew to Miralay detailed as' the guardian of fendi. He has some work to be women. Start today I
It took much delicate manage- himself at last. So the devil in the Sultan. did. If you are here again three- ,
.: ment, but Banbury was very, very him had'taken the name of Vander- When the Allatini villa was four o'clock you find him I theenk." Death Reveals
sleepy and,at last permitted Jebb to bilt Pierpont, and talked large and reached and the Sultan snugly restored To kill time Jebb went on along The world never knows its great
bid him good-night. As soon as he lived high. to his nest, Raouf invited the Grande Rue de Pera to Janni's till it buries them. +
" was out of the building, Jebb rose But having found his alias, how Jebb to enter the carriage with him, restaurant, dawdled through his men
, and searched for the policeman. He was he to retrace his route? Long and returned him to his hotel in luncheon and strolled about its gar ?
was greeted with profound courtesy. after midnight he sat in his room state. dens. WANTED
t, Jebb had been mulling the affair pounding his forehead with his fist That night he was the guest at Dismounting before the consulateat SALESMEN
: over in his head and he was able to ,to beat out an idea, and finally one dinner of a group of Young Turkish three o'clock, Jebb was greeted We want men with cars to sell Carded
ask in intelligible if inelegant Turk- came like a spark from a smitten leaders. The dinner was given in by the kavass with the deference Aspirin, Razor Blades. Combs, Pipes
Also
stores. staple drugs
the selamlik of the etc., to retail
the home
ish: anvil. I of expectancy and with palm open and specialty merchandise. Build a reg-
"Will you please tell me the name "The teskere!" wealthy Chekub Pasha. It was a for baksheesh. Mr. Rosen was at ular route of 200 customers and become
He could hardly endure the delaytill stately affair-a procession of luxuries independent In a business of your own.
of the hotel kept by Musu Carolet? his desk, preparing some trade reports ,
"The Grand Hotel de morning, and he was waiting at' .- Froo particulars, writeCRAIG'S
1'Europe, ef- but he consented to see Jebb, WU-2, Memphis,Tena.
fendim. He is a dog of a fool to the station when the fat recorder of At Jebb's request Cranford Ban- (TO BE CONTINUED) CO., Dept. -.,
have suspected you." passports waddled in and squeezedinto bury was asked to attend as inter-
Jebb bowed and murmured: his chair. preter, though there was little needof French PromenadeThe
"Good-night," and the official an- And at length after much delay he him in this respect, since all of famous Promenade des Ang Relieve .
, swered, '*You are welcome." unearthed the document. the Young Turks spoke French and lais at Nice on the French Rivierais misery
Jebb sauntered carelessly out of "Yes, effendim, here is the per- German and some of them English. really a promenade, a place to
the cafe and, calling an araba, said:' mission for V., Pierpont Effendi to After a long and flowery speechby stroll or lounge. No selfrespectingvisitor O6I
"Grand Hotel de 1'Europe." travel from Constantinople into the a white-bearded Young Turk, who would dream of failing to
Arriving there he told the arabajito interior. It carries the visa of Salon- had spent part of his years in prison stroll there between 11 and 12 in the
wait. He found the office alight ica in the writing of, my assistant.I : : and part in ,exile Jebb turned to morning to see the latest worn by
,and M. Carolet talking excitedly to was absent that day." Banbury with an anxious whisper: the elite passing by. UOLID ;& LETS.SALVE.NOSE DROPS




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TEN THE CLEWIBTON NEWS FRIDAY FEBRUARY 23, 1940I

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Three Teams Are Tied For I School Sponsors -Kodak, J. V. Fourney a Schick FOR SHERIFF

electric razor, Roscoo Stokes a
I wish to announce myself a can'
Lead In Bowling Tourney Shaeffer pen and pencil set, John didate for re-election to the office
(Continued From Page 1) of Sheriff of Hendry county, subjectto
o principal.In i Lucaa a Delco powerlight and .another the Democratic primaries In May.
I am making this race solely on my
''HIGH SCHOOL, ROYAL AND planning for these dances one of these went to W. B. Elam. record of law enforcement and fair
Colored Singers And Boxes of chocolates made byNunnally's dealings to all. and I assure the peo-
MOORE HAVEN -INDEADLOCK member of a committee has been ple of Hendry county that the policies -
chosen from each of the regular from Dixie Crystals of this office will not change.
Band Make Big Hit sugar were distributed to each Your vote and support will be 'ap-
high school grades with one mem preciated.

Three teams in the local Bowling I ber at large for the purpose of guest as a remembrance for wife or
H. L. DELANEY.FOR
sweetheart as they left the dining x .
League, the high school, Royal'sand drawing up rules and regulations
The group of thirty colored sing-. hall. Pocket cigarette lighters were -
Moore Haven are now tied : to govern the programs. The public
ers known as the Plantation Choral given to the guests as favors.ClarkRice .
for first place in the standingsas will be invited to participate COUNTY COMMISSIONER
Group and trained by Mozelle Jack- I DISTRICT 1
the result of games played this but will be compelled to abide by
son, teacher in the Harlem Academy
week. I all of the rules laid down by this
made the hit of the entertainment I wish to announce that I am a
On Monday night here the I provided for the committee. When they feel that candidate for county commissioner,
program District 1, subject to the :May Democratic
they cannot do so they will be excluded
Merchants took two out of three
guests at the President's Dinner Mrs. Lucy A. Rice of Fort Myers primaries:
from the Moore Haven team from the dances or the I have been a resident of Clewis
games Tuesday night and the recently the will and O. A. Clark of Clewiston were ton for eleven years and feel that
the first by a margin of one pin, organized U. S. Sugar Corporationband practice of inviting public united 'in marriage in Moore Haven my long experience as a resident,
and the U. S. Sugar Corporationoffice be discontinued. property owner and business man in
under the direction of Prof.F. .
Members of the committee are Saturday evening by County JudgeJ. the district will help me In repre-
team took two from the G. Sturchio was not far behindin M. Couse, at his home. senting it on the county board.
Clewiston Realty and Development Munselle Stone from the senior I If elected I will give the district
popularity despite the fact that class Dick Owen from the junior Mr. Clark is well-known in Clew I the best service of which I amcapabl&
Corporation.On
they making their second
were only ,
class, Carlton Prevatt from the iston having been agent for the I will appreciate your vote and
Thursday night Royal's madea public .
appearance.The sophomore class and'Elbert Hooker Tamiami Trail Tours for several support.

clean sweep of their games Townsite auditorium was from the freshman class. Miss years and has many friends here. G. E. ETHERTON.FOR .
against the Commissary and the well filled for the choral group's
Beulah Guthrie, a sophomore was Mrs. Clark has been engaged in 'the
High School took two out of three
performance and the appreciationof
chosen as member at large.It operation of a rooming house in
from the Chamber of Commerce.On the audience was expressed in COUNTY JUDGEI
is probable that the dances Fort Myers for several years.

Monday night Hardy of the the roar of applause which followed will be held on Friday eveningsand The couple will reside here. hereby announce myself a candidate -

Moore Haven team was high witha each number. admission price has yet for the office of ,County -Judgo
the to the
for subject
Hendry' county,
score of 203 and Thursday night Numbers included: "Walk To- to be determined. ,It will not, Democratic Primaries In :May. I feel

Frank Hollingsworth of the Royal gether Children, There's, Going 'To however, exceed twenty-five cents that I am thoroughly qualified to
fill this office and. If elected, I
team was high with a 210 and a Be A Great Camp Meeting In The and prices may be lowered. after .1 1 promise' to use Fair, 'Impartial and

118. Promised Land", "Good News, The the radio is paid for. Students will Sound Judgment in all the affairs
of this office.
The Standings To Date Chariot Is Coming", "Swing Low, attend to making all 'arrangements Your vote and support will be

Team W. L. Pct. Sweet Chariot", "Let Me Fly" and and cleaning up the auditorium heartily Thanks appreciated.

High School............... 8 4 .667 "In That Great Gettin' Up Morn- following the dances.

Royal's ......................._. 8 4 .667 ing". A solo, "Old Man River" was Mr. Turk feels that the dances R. M. (BOB) HARRIS.

Moore Haven ............ 6 3 .667 sung by one of the tenors with a will serve a two-fold purpose., They,J PAID

Merchants .................... 7 5 .583 splendid voice. will not only give the communitya FOR SHERIFF

R. and D. ................ 7 5 .583 The program was so popular that needed place of recreation but POLITICALANNOUNCEMENTS

U. S. S. C. ................ 4 5 ..444C. the group was brought together will enable the school to raise I herebY'' announce myself a candi-
date for the office of Sheriff of.Hendry
of C. .................... ,4 8 .333 again Wednesday evening and sang money for a general fund. In the county, subject to the Democratic

Commissary............... 1 11 .083 during the dinner hour at the Clew- past, he says, the school has been I primaries will appreciate to be held your in :May.I vote. and

benefit of entirely dependent on outside help -
iston Inn for the many FOR COUNTY JUDGE support.

Monday February 19 who had missed the first perform for everything needed in the school W. T., :MADDOX.
curricular I take this means to announce that
aside from the necessary
Moore Haven I am a candidate for. the office of
\ ance.From the auditorium the crowd equipment and he feels that this County Judge for Hendry county,

Couse ............143 137 :.110 can 'be changed and at the same time subject to the Democratic Primary FOR ASSESSOR OF TAXESI
went to the recreation field wherea In .
Dowd .............. 137 97 164 pride in May.I
band shell had been erected and give the students greater hold degrees of bachelor of laws
Settle .............. 87 170 109 bachelor of arts,. and bachelor of hereby announce myself a candi
the band in formation on what they possess. date for re-election to the office of
arranged science' (lawyer, teacher, engineer)
Hardy..........:.. 146 203' 141
box will be erected and Assessor of Taxes, Hendry County,
made most colorful A ballot I have been an accountant for the
Bowden .......... 115 127 '165 the stage a records purchased will United States Steel Corporation. Ihn.ve Florida subject to the Democratic
A cold north wind swept the dance primaries in May 1940. ,
Total ............631 734 689 spectacle. been a Hendry County Com-
with the If re-elected I promise to conductthe
be those most popular : missioner for six years
the field and chilled both the 1927-1932.1
over affairs of the office in the same
Clewiston Merchants of students. The Thus, specially qualified
number
greatest Fair, Impartial and Efficient mannerI
but detrac
musicians and spectators tion and experience. I am ready to
Markette ..:...: 132 134 126 ted none from the quality of the date of the first dance has not yet. give the people of Hendry county an Your have strived vote and to do support in the will past. be

Martin .......:...: 116 164 music from the band, a greater been announced. honest like administration, efficient intelligent as your, business county greatly appreciated.

Logan .............. 116 122 number of the members of which GIVEN judge. DENNIS SMALL.
Schroeder ...... 150 149, 143 SENATOR HOLLAND Sound administration of the peo- I
knew little or no music four months DINNER BY SCHOOL OFFICIAL ple's affairs requires capable officers. I

George ............ 118 115 On this basis. I submit that I am

Kelly.............. 111 ago.The the logical candidate, and I will.
numbers played were: State Senator Spessard L. Hol- appreciate your vote and support.Sincerely
Wilcox ......_.....' 129 150 ,
Activity March-Benet. land of Bartow, who was the
Total :...........632 638 705 SELDEN L. STEWART.
Chalma A Waltz-Benet.: speaker r at the program: opening the
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God Bless America-Berlin. new school building Friday. ..evening I
T7. S. S. C.
Gypsy' Festival, overture-Hayes: was tendered a dinner at the
Von Mach ...... 146 FOR TAX COLLECTORTO
128 118 Success MarchBenet.Star Clewiston Inn prior to the ex-

Schiffli .........:.. 160_ 126 145 Spangled Banner-Key. ercises. Charles E. Miner, school THE VOTERS OF HENDRY I His service in the legisla

Shelley.........132 124 141 board member, was host. COUNTY: ture has specially distinguished

Bestor ............ 148 115 118 Senator I'am taking this opportunity of
Clewiston Wins One; Guests attending were announcing that I am seeking the him as one
Crochet .......... 153 106 Superintendent S. office of county tax collector in the
Holland, County worthy to serve the statein
Bigg ................ 102 LaBelle board I May Democratic primaries. To my
Loses One Friday 'Night A. Graves, school friends and to those of you who
Total........... 739 599 634 j! member Mrs. Homer Taylor, Felda, know me I say simply that I am In higher capacity,-Tampa
I the race. ,To the many to whom I Tribune.'
Clewiston Realty P.-T. A. President, Mrs. John H. am a stranger, I would like to 'add

.. hit win- Mr. Doty H. C. Kolstad, that I have ,lived at Sears 14 years
Holstine ..... 123 134 The Clewiston Tigers a Doty and ,
that I am a native. of LaFayette
Small .............. 130 113 ning stride last Friday night on A. O. Ward, Representative and county, a graduate of Its schools and

Bell ................ 157 172 115 the local court to down the Moore Mrs. Elbert L. Stewart, Carl John- that I have been In the employ of
the Standard Lumber Corporation for
Wilson ............ 133 146 108 Haven Terriers in a one-sided 20-2 son, R. M. Bishop, A. W. Lawrence, the past 25 years.If .

Owen .............. 127 135 match but their sister team, the Mrs. R. H. Knight, Emmett Shelley, you see fit to elect me, I pledgea

.Knight ............ 157 96 : Terrierettes were too powerful for E. M. Cornette and Paul Shelley. I and faithful all, I and shall honest feel honored service. to To have one Re-elect U. S. Senator

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Swayne .......... 90 ''the Tigerettes and the Moore Haven your' vote and support. -

Total .......... 670 744 522 girls emerged on the long end ofa GARDEN CLUB LECTURE Sincerely, I 1 "
34-4 count. G. R. HATCH.

,Bowling Score, Thursday, Feb. 22 Clewiston Garden Club membersand
In the boys' game members of
others interested are invitedto
Chamber of Commerce both teams missed a great many FOR TAX COLLECTOR
attend a lecture and demonstration -
Ward .............. 165 169 156 shots but the visitors seemed to and '-
I of flower arrangements
Lawrence ........ 112 141 116 I have an unusually difficult time I TO THE CITIZENS' OF. HENDRY
table settings by Miss Dorothy COUNTY:
Ezelle ............148 83 finding the' basket. R. Moore, a which will be given in the I hereby announce that I am a

Parkinson ...... 114 149 122 substitute forward scored the only Bibble I candidate for Tax Collector for Hendry -
Woman's Club building, West Palm county, subject to the Democratic 'l
Weaver .......... 84 goal for the visiting team. For primaries in May.
Beach, Monday afternoon at two I
: Lanier ............. 136 168 the Tigers scoring honors were I am your present Tax Collector
o'clock. Admission will be fifty having been appointed to said officeon
CHARLES
Total.......... 647 683 665 pretty well divided with Redish cents. April 11, 1939.' I have tried to 0. ANDREWS

High School scoring six, Waters five, Frith four, the best of my knowledge to give

Stone .............. 120 159 113 Lang two, Brantley two and Von Hendry efficient county service, to and all would the people greatly of (PAID POLITICAL ADVERTISING)

Vaughn .......... 133 144 131 Mach one. Lang and Von Mach U. S. S. C. Key Men- I appreciate a full term in office.If .

s Tarleton .......... 149 141 146 started at forward, Brantley at I Ia faithful elected and Tax efficient Collector,administration. I promise 1

: Von Mach .... 110 117 136 center and Waters and Redish at .

. Waters ............ 135 122 139 guard, Cantrell was a substitute (Continued' From Page One) Your vote. and support will be appreciated -

Total..........647 683 665 guard and Frith subbed for Langat to the fact' that the corporationband
forward.In was only four months old R. N. MILLER. Good FarmLand

Rojal's the girls' game Von Mach but had made great progress. Other

., and Hooker each scored one field introductions were made and last I .
Stallions ........152 148 156 FOR TAX COLLECTOR
Wilson ............ 145 116 122 goal for the local team for the of all Russell Kay, secretary of I .
: ; total score. For the visitors Stalls the Florida Press Association and I wish to
f McLaughlin .... 139 112 116 announce myself a can-
r was high with 19 and DuBose well-known state columnist who didate for the office cf Tax Collector,
Driggers ........172 103 105Holin'worth Hendry county subject to the Demo-
rendition of
.... 210 188 108 scored 15. gave his ever-popular cratic primaries in May.. for Rent
" Von Mach, Hollingsworth and the Italian boy at his first baseball I am now completing my second
Total.......... 818 667 607 term school
t: U. S. S. C. Commissary Hooker started at forward and Mc- game, greatly enjoyed by everyone.At Felda as and Denaud board district member, an office cf

\: Duffie Marsh and Broadfoot at the close of the announcements I have tried to fill conscientiouslyand
Hager ............115 131 137 '
,.\ Boone .............. 91 guard. Johnson and Roath were Mr. Moran, himself, was My'faithfully.,qualifications include high ........

. Bass ................ \ 120 87 substitute guards. given a great ovation by the group, school and college training and
signifying his popularity with not several years spent doing commercial '
I" Oliver ............ 120 112 125 The Clewiston teams play tonight bookkeeping. 'I
r in LaBelle, Tuesday night in Pa- only the men in'the organizationbut If elected I promise the
Waters ............ 141 110 85 people a
;'. Kolstad .......... 141 142 128 hokee and end the season in Moore everyone. The group sang "For careful Your, vote efficient and administration.support will be TrespassersWill

f' Total..-....... 608 615 562 Haven next Friday night. He's a Jolly Good Fellow", in appreciated. .
, his honor. Be
" MRS. HOMER
TAYLOR.
<" TOURIST CONCRETE IS POURED The prize drawing was next held
; CABINS
ARE '
, UNDER CONSTRUCTION ON ST. LUCIE LOCK: with U. S. Congressman Marvin; ProsecutedClewiston

:., Jones of Texas drawing the numbers FOR COUNTY SUPERINTENDENTI

f:. .M. D. Royal is constructing The first concrete was poured in from the box.. These numbers
compared to the numbers on the wish to announce to the voters of
several 'small but attractive the St. Lucie Lock', nine miles
tourist Hendry county that I candi-
am a
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l'.' cabins in the block east of Alston's southwest, 'of Stuart, on Wednesdayof place cards of the key men and asa I date for the office of county superintendent
number was called the holder of of public instruction in the
=, Drug Store this week. There are said to
and south of the
high- May Democratic primaries.I .
.'. way. Under construction at this be approximately 14,000 yards to that number took his pick of a I have lived in Hendry county mostof

time is pour in the first contract. group of very nice gifts this continuing my life; have been teacher and
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V- a two story
apartment principal in schools of Hendry, Lee
: house. until all were gone. J. F. and Glades counties for 16 years12of Realty And

;. The entire ATTENDS KIWANIS MEETING Morrison picked the order for a them in LaBelle. I hold a life
, building cost is esti- graduate state
certificate, and life
a
'" _._, tailor-made suit O. Jones I
mated at $2,500. -- A. a first grade certificate, and am a
r C. J. J. E. Beardsley is in Miami today Remington repeating shotgun, W. college graduate with the degree of DevelopmentCorporation
. Pouncey has recently completed Bachelor of Science In Education.If .
to
attend a luncheon
". two given by H. Lanier an outboard motor, E. elected
as superintendent
new four-room houses your
in South tl-a Miami::: Kiwanis Club honoring N. McLeod a leather suitcase Harry I promise a conscientious, faithful
Clewiston near his store. the pieoident of Kiwanis International Vaughn an Elgin wristwatch, M. and efficient administration.
The construction cost totalled I I will appreciate your vote and
the two about $3,000. "' for Ben Knudsen". of" Albertlea, ; E. Von Mach a fishing rod and support.

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