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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: March 15, 1940
Publication Date: 1928-
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Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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I II Feed Dehydrator. Being 17,000 Vistors Go ']Big Crowds Attend Crop ,


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I! Installed 'Here By USSC than 17,000 visitors signed Closing Festival Events ,

; cards and were conducted on tours
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U) TO DRY SALVAGED MATERIALS IH err 1 Announces United States Sugar Corporation, Kelly Is Candidate I 2300; ESTIMATED DANCE SATURDAY AT SUGARHOUSE :<,,;1

f I FROM CANE AND ,LEMONGRASS during the harvest season of 1939-

OPERATIONS 1940 it was reported this week, : CommissionerE. I '.I'; II NIGHT 1
This Week For :
Candidacy I
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1:1 This number does not include' many / 'J

'I Work of' installing dehydrator I -, who,, in large crowds;'''fail to sign '- I A crowd estimated at 2500 attended -, .:
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I B.. E. who this week the the harvest festival dance atj .
for the drying and hamuiermillingof I Herring: 'visitor cards. E. Kelly,"'president and mana- ,-,

1, materials which can be salvaged announces his candidacy for the While the sugar house, of the United States -
most of these visitors are ger of the Clewiston Motor>, Com- ,
,, r from sugar operations and lemon office of superintendent of public tourists, drawn here mainly to view Sugar Corporation Saturday night,' :,;.,

I grass 'processing for use in makingof Instruction, Is ,a school man well- the ''interesting manufacture of raw pany; this week makes announce- the last of the ,festivities connected ,',

cattle feeds was started this known in Hendry county. He has sugar there have been many groupsof ment of his candidacy for the of- ,with the ending, of theI harvest ,';

I week by workmen of the United served In the Clewiston school for school students from neighboringtowns fice of county commissioner from season of 1939-1940 and now the _,;:f:;

J States Sugar Corporation. six years' as class-room teacher, who have been conducted District No.1.Glen great mill is silent awaiting, the L.
9 I assistant principal and principal. I' beginning of another "
The dehydrator is being set up through as a part of their school E. Etherton has already an- crop. ',;9
Mr. Herring who ,was one, of I Events of the 'harvest festival ",
just north of the sugar house at research work and other special '
nine children is native of Mississippi nounced his candidacy for the of-
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were the best attended the
; ,railroad siding and immediately, groups. ,
and worked his through fice and the incumbent, D. G. '
adjacent to the lemon grass pilot way history of the corporation, a total ,;y
high school and through Mississippi Alston will not be a candidate for of 11,850 having attendedall <'"l
plant which was set up there a persons :;.
I', season or two ago. The machine, college. While still in, high schoolhe ''DRAINAGE BOARDREJECT'S re-election. of the festivities according to '. :
chose teaching his profession Mr. Kelly has been of Clew-
as one estimates. 3,200 of these were said ;
; largest ever used In the Everglades, :
I Ii and studied toward that end in iston's most prominent business men
have
has a capacity of three tons of to attended the Western Division o.i
Mississippi college receiving a for a number of His only '
\I dry weight material an hour from RORICK'SREFUNDING years. barbecues and field events, ;<;.1,
Bachelor of Arts degree. After venture into county politics in the 3,000 the Eastern Division barbecue ,'
i, material containing' sixty-five' to
moving Florida he took graduate past was his race for tax collector I
II seventy-five per cent moisture. Two and field events, 450 the sugar :+;

b ,flat cars in line, were necessary to I work at the University of Florida. I ,PLANNEW : in 1932 when he won the Democratic house barbecue for colored work- .' i

Before coming to Clewiston, seven nomination from J. L. Taylor :
transport the machine and the I ers, 1500 the sugar house barbecue *
I years ago Mr. 'Herring taught for and was defeated by a narrow '
'necessary equipment which included for white_ employees, and friends, ,":\

i two ensilage cutters, blowers, three years in ,Browardl t ,county. MEMBER IS ELECTED margin in the general, election bya 1200 the final field events at the : ,:

motors, ,a big hammer-mill, and During his residence here he has CHAIRMAN OF BOARD TO Republican candidate, Frank' Townsite field Friday and the :;}.

other things. been? active in civic affairs and has SUCCEED FRANKLIN Dougherty. For the past four' years, capacity crowd at the dance Saturday :\

served _three, terms as secretary of however, Mr. Kelly has served as night. ; ;

This plant, according to Jay (W. Kiwanis ,club. He has also beenan Commissioners of the Everglades state Democratic Executive Com- i
The barbecue for the white em- ,
Moran general manager of the active worker in P-T. A., church i Drainage ,District, In session in mitteeman.In .
ployees and friends of the corpora-
sugar corporation, is, like the and Sunday school. I West Palm Beach yesterday brokeoff
I making announcement of his
tion was ,served on the ,main floor .
I lemon grass processing' plant, merely ,Mr. Herring feels that he knows all bond refunding negotiationswith candidacy Mr. Kelly states that his of the sugar house. Booths had ,'

I ,a pilot plant' for: experimental the needs of Hendry county schools the bondholder's protective: residence in Clewiston for more been arranged for rapid serving and '

r a work. Both sugar cane tops and and says "If elected I promise an association, represented by H. C. ,
; than ten years and his business ex- tables filled the greater part of the r;:
I the lemon hay which remains ,,.
grass economical, business administrationand Rorick and called for proposalsfor perience in the county should make
I I where be
space everyone might comfortably -
after the oil is extracted' are high ,will exert every effort toward new refunding plans until next him capable of serving the county seated while eating. The '

i in protein and fat content and greatly improving ourc, o u n t y Wednesday when another meeting and district most satisfactorily.LAKE walls decorated with
I were palm
previous experimental work on a schools". will be held in West Palm Beach. I I
fronds other ,,'
I i small scale, has indicated that, and greenery. -
Mark R. Tennant, new memberof
: mixed with molasses, another, ,by- The, !meat was barbecued in a -:', ,:

product, would make: 'an excellent' the, board succeeding Chairman IS ,PARTIALLY ..specially constructed pit just, back' "
James M. Franklin whose term
POST-OFFICE TO expired ,' :
of ,the ;t
dairy feed. Some experimentalwork nand commissary warehouse and .
was nominated elected '
has been done at the state was ,described as being, ,most deli ;

experimenfar=station,' at:Belle' Glade TO BE IN BY 'new: chairman' _, by a three-two"' voteover ,0PM FOR BASS ,AS. cious.. -Tfce' 'barbecued beef' and" \ ., ,
I USE :, George: 'Chalker of 'Wefct; : pork-'was': : a1gD iit drb'reatI; -,=, _.: .
along this line but as ,these ,experiments ...
))1 Palm Beach who was nominated
t pickles, ice 'cream, lemonade' and .
must necessarily conducted -
by J. E. Beardsley Clewiston mem- STATE IS CLOSED
:
,'t; there in connection with a TOMORROW NIGHTThe ,coffee.
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number of other experiments the ber.A During the meal the United
part of meetingwas
results 'have not'been entirely yesterday's States Sugar Corporation band played -
Johnson at his fish
devoted: consideration, of a Bill : camp
number of selections at intervals
satisfactory. new post-office quarters are a -
new proposal submitted jointly by here this ,morning said that he '

It has not been decided, said now complete, furniture 'and fix- Stifel, Nicolaus and Co., St. Louis had every reason to believe 'that covering the time from 4:30
until 6:00. This the first real
Mr. Moran: whether the experi- tures are installed except for thoseto and Chicago bond house, and Rob- there would be no attempt, madeto was
opportunity most people had to hear
mental work to be conducted would ert 'H. Cook and prevent black bass fishing in
be brought from the 'old office Company, Miami. this thirty-five piece band under
mean that the sugar corporation Also before the board two old that portion of the lake adjacentto
of stock and I and ,Postmaster ,A" W.. Sias said are, the direction of Prof F. G. Sturchioand
would herd
buy a proposals presented by Thomas M. Hendry county during, the
their own feeding tests today that, he expected to, send, out many marvelled at the progressthe
carryon Cook and Company, and Carl closed season on bass which, begins
has made in the few
: 1 or whether the feed would:., ,be givento the evening mail tomorrow (Satur- (Continued today, He said that wardens had group
on page short months since organization.
some stockman to test for them. day) evening from the new office.A. 10)i agreed to fishing within, county'lines ,

Lemon oil, used extensivelyin : i and as the, Hendry county lineis Selections included: America, ",
grass '
W. Lawrence, former postmaster Stetson Dean :
To Headway March, Chalma' March,
this county; for the manufactureof I outside the levee channel and
low-cost and other has been awarded a con- the territory either side In Activity March, Project March, :
perfumery on
tract by the government for movingthe I ,
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articles, is now imported from equipment. Addre.s5Kiwanis', Glades to the nqrthwest and In 'PalmBeach's Festival, an overture; medley of '
from the present
foreign countries. Research work I breeding grounds eastwardis Southern Melodies by Stephen Foster -
quarters into the and
new quarters otBerlin's
conducted here over a period of Paul Raymond, dean of law at I open he foresees no effort made Sturchio's arrangement
as the office will be closed us' usualon Sum- (
America
Dr. B. A. Bourne, I here to' 'discourage lake fishing. God, Bless ,
years by sugar Saturday afternoon he is expected Stetson University in DeLand, has ,
mitt March Success March and the
,
cane agronomist fo.the. United to start the work at noon agreed to address the Kiwanis Clubat Hendry county, at the 1939 session -I Banner. t
II Star Spangled
States Sugar Corporation proved tomorrow. It is expected that its next meeting on Wednesday of the legislature passed a ;

that the grass could be grown here only a'few hours will be neededto night, of next week. :: law' similar to that passed by Glades The dance was held that same '
most satisfactorily and experimentIng I night, beginning at nine o'clock and
the'chief : and Okeechobee counties to permit
make the move, delay It is probable that the meetingwill
with mechanical harvesting i it was a huge crowd and a merry
' being the moving of three tiers, offlock be 'a dinner meeting at the I bass fishing during the closed sea- I

methods a harvesting system was boxes from the 'present office Inn' as usual instead of an open I son but 'as Palm Beach county has one which gathered to dance to the:

finally evolved which would permitthe I school( claim to the' entire' lake except that splendid dance music furnished by
and installing them in_ the new meeting at ,the auditorium '
grass to be handled in competition I Frank Pernell's! Dance Orchestra of
office. as was discussed. However, no defi- portion given Glades county by i

with the peon wage scalesof The building :is entirely complete I nite plan has as yet been made. special law, Hendry ,has little West Palm Beach.

the foreign countries. There I'with light fixtures and plumbing Mr. Raymond is a speaker of ground within\ the lake. fishing Shortly after ten o'clock M. ,E.
was still a small margin of profit I Von Mach introduced the Plantation -
I
fixtures' installed and the counters', considerable note and those wish- Argument as to, Glades county'sownership I.
and the plan of attempting to use who entertainedwith
Choral Singers
partitions, etc. which were ordered ing to hear his talk should keepin of a portion of the f
the dry as a 'cattle feed was I of selections .
grass a number among
have been set up and make a most contact with Kiwanis membersand lake appeared to have been solved
decided upon. If a successful_ which were two vocal, solos by; their
attractive' appearance. All of the make arrangements to be this week when officials of the
cattle feed is made, 'and there present
tenor, Deep River and Old Man
fixtures are in light oak. as soon as definite plans are fresh water fish commission ex- '
seems to be little doubt that this most enjoyable
River. The program was -
Facing the entrance to the new I) agreed upon. amined the 1925 law establishing
is possible, the crop will likely' be- office is the parcel post, window (Continued ''On Page10)s but full appreciation of

come a regular one for lands unusedat and to the right ,against the south,i At, the ,meeting on Wednesday their ability could hardly be gained
the present'' time. night of this week Mr. and Mrs. the amount of noise.
; tJl built wall are. the postal 'savings and II" Bill Crosby and Mr. and Mrs."Cherokee" Special Easter Music due to this came the drawingfor
Only a shed is being over I Ii money order windows. A six-foot Following'
Hammond
i the dehydrator and other equipment corridor leads down the ,north 'side I ? promotersof I the lucky winners of. the cash

i1 I it being deemed unwise to of the room past the tiers of boxes ', and 'performers in the"rodeo Planned By Choir- : prizes on the last bag of sugar '.
I
i I fully house the machinery because and at the end of this corridor is ,J which was held last Sunday In cane. '394,425 bags of sugar were
Moore Haven be held
and is to
of the created during theprocessing. I announced as having been run
gases (Continued
I on Page 10) Church
The Community choir,j i
again the
I coming Sunday, gave a through the sugar house during the
I I I 1 demonstration of trick shooting, under the direction of J. E. Beards-: 1939-1940 season which made the

\ Engineer Launch Is Freeze Partially Blamed roping and other stunts which was ley has prepared one of the finest holders of the number 15 wmners.,
of Easter music ever' to
most Interesting. programs
These winners of fifty dollars cash
! L For Early Crop CloseJay be presented here and everyone Is
"+ Destroyed By Fire prizes were J. E. Beardsley and H.
cordially invited to attend the three
t P.-T.o A. Will, 'HoldEducation I. special services beginning the com- H. Droege, Ray Bass of the com-

W. Moran, vice-president and nllssary warehouse, Tho s. W.
Palm Sunday. '
The U. S. Engineer launch and ing Sunday which is Division field fore
general manager of the United Program *' Reeves, Eastern .
tug "Shark" was completely destroyed Special numbers at"t' Palm I Western
States Sugar Corporation stated I : man and T. M. Fletcher,

by fire at midnight last this week In reference to last week's I Sunday morning service will be Division field foreman.

night in the mouth of the Palm, article concerning the unharvested I A symposium on education has n.. N. 'Smith's solo, "The Palms" I The dance was concluded shortly -

Beach Canal at Canal Point. cane acreage of the present crop been planned for an evening meetIng from Sibelius' "Oh Morn of after one o'clock and another

The launch was being used to season that It should be emphasizedthat of the Parent-Teacher Associa- Beauty" from Finlandia and Mrs. sugar season was officially ended.

change crews on the drill barge the reason this acreage was tion next Tuesday at eight o'clockin Irma Smith will sing as a solo,

Atlas and had just loaded the. not 'harvested was due to ,a com- the school auditorium.' The "Prepare Ye The Way" by Garrett.On .

crew abroad for the midnight shift. bination of adverse weather con- speakers will include F, D. Duff; I Good Friday night ,at 8:00 the choir will present Moirison's

The boat was still tied 'up to 'a ditions and federal restrictions and representing business Father L. J. the choir will 'present Stalner's "King of (IGl ry", a cantata, with

barge adjacent to the quarter boat not, wholly to either. Flynn, representing religious organizations "Crucifixion" ,with solos by Mrs. Mrs. Irma Smith, Mrs. Mina Nib-

when the operator stepped on the R.V.. Turk, educational | Hazel Prewitt and R. N. Smith. lack and R. N. Smith taking the

starter, there was an- ,explosion and I institutions, ,and Munselle Stone, )I This cantata has been presented solo parts, Additional selections

I the boat burst into flames. Spreading untied the boat and grounded it on representing the student body. several times previously and Is very ,will be Pattinson's arrangement of

s too quickly to permit fighting an Isolated bank where no other Election of officers will be, held popular with Clewiston lovers of Beethoven's Fifth Symphony, "He

with small extinguishers the fire, craft would be' endangered. No .one. I at this meeting and ,a full attendance good music. Is Risen" and Gretchaninov's

\ was soon out of control so the men was injured. -, is urged. i At the Easter morning service "Cherubim Song". I



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GROVER greatest CLEVELAND number ve of-' Fearing Attack From Russia SUNDAY Lesson 1 S"&f

bills (496) during his two termsof ,

office. Bv HAROLD L. LUNDQUIST. D. D
James K. Polk 'was the first Dean of The Moody Bible Institute'
of Chicago. Duplicates"No
dark horse President. MONGOLIA (Released by Western NeWSPAper.Union.)
Andrew Johnsonwas (RUSS OHTROLLO) two people. on earth think
President alike." '
impeached by the house of u. s. s. R.
Lesson for March "Don't :you ever get"birthday
representatives, but was acquitted 17 "
gifts?
by the senate in the im-

peachment trial. H I' Jected and be pyrighted cby International '
Two Presidents, Thomas Jeffersonand C Council of Women never give away any secrets. *
KHYBER PASS Religious Education; used by
John Quincy Adams, were elect- permission. They swap them.

'ed by the house of representatit'es.
aPE
: The average length of life of CALVARY: TRIUMPH THROUGH Winged Riches

our Presidents of before the SACRIFICE ''Riches said the teacher, as she

Civil war was 73.8 years. The a T I B E -v was reading to her class, "'take unto

average length of life after the Noah SHWAR vsn LESSON TEXT-Matthew 273350. themselves wings, and fly away' What
Civil war has been 61.67 years. GOLDEN TEXT-He is despised and re kind of riches does the writer mean?"
Jected of men; a man of sorrows, and acquainted Up shot little Sammy's hand, "Os
1 with grief.-Isaiah. 533. triches, teacher," he said.


,Smart for /) At Calvary, reverent and thought- HE'S OUT
Designs I ful readers of :.r..
Arabian i r- u.E INDO God's Word stand ---

Your Pillow Slips CHINA speechless, and confess themselvesto
Sea'1 w be
powerless to explain or to expound -
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the awe-inspiring story, and ,,.
yet just because it is such a story, '
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and the because on that cross the divine Son f} 9:7'
Through Afghanistan
of God Himself in sacrificial #
gave
Khyber pass, Soviet troops could r ha 1 < 2
a'a atonement. sin, we must do our t? c's
invade British India. Growing fears utmost to understand it, to explainit I

have led the British to fortify their t. and certainly, declare it to all The Stranger-May I tax your

"Northwest Frontier." Lookout, \ i mankind. For when He who knewno patience-"

towers are'manned constantly. 4 sin became sin for us, it was Doctor Longsuiler-Not with my

, .,, y' f:. for our sin that He died Here alone consent. My patients are already
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All of ,the gospel stories are remarkably -
reticent when they speakof Usual Thing

c I''., : Q the cross. Details of surrounding "My ,wife explored my pockets last

; i.t'i'1;1:';' events are given, but when they ,night. "
"What did she find?
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i speak of the itself J
cross they can "What all explorers'find-materialfor

f:: daisies, daffodils ant only say that He was crucified. Let a lecture."

ty LILACS -a foursome of charm- us look at the One who hung on ,

ing motifs for pillow slips int' that sacred'tree, for ,He is the Sa Another Thing
,
smartly simple embroidery. Scalloped viour of the world. Refusing the "And has she made him-a good

t':x: or crochet edges, or a wide stupefying potion.(v. 34) and facing wife?"

colored border will effectively setoff death fully conscious, we hear Him "I couldn't say; but I know she's

c+1i your embroidery; and if you crying out of the darkness which made him a,very good husband."

;.::"-:': wish you may use these motifs for covered all the.land, "My God, my"
b God, why hast thou forsaken me?
ends
matching sheet by extending x1:
'r; That cry indicates the depth to
hot iron transfer
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three or four stampings from this in that darkest moment of, history

.'< one pattern. Above is a closely guarded frontier post dividing rw turned His back upon the One who Pepsin-izes StomachWhen

f Send order to: Afghanistan and India. With Britain busy fighting Germany knowing no sin Himself had becomesin

Russia's ally, it is possible that the Soviet might for us? And yet we know that constipation brings on acid indigestion ..
it'was God who hung upon the tree, ,bloating,dizzy spells,gas,coated
AUNT MARTHA seize a chance to capitalize on Britain's weakness else
tongue sour taste and bad breath your
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God the Son. Here is divine
' Box 166-W Kansas City, Mo. where. But Britain is not weak in ,. mys-. stomach is probably loaded up with cer-
Enclose 15 cents for each pattern < tery, the meaning of which we can- tainundigestedfoodandyourbowelsdon'tmove.

desired. Pattern No.............. India or any other part of her near I .i.f ft p 1 not fathom, but we know that it So you need both Pepsin to help

Name ................................ eastern frontier. Below: Men of I ;K, was for us. 'break up fast that rich undigested food in

Address _.:','.. ...-.,ii.. ....'i "..... the Indian frontier constabulary on I Ipatrol. Then came,"the cry with the loud the your trigger stomach on and those Laxative lazy bowels.Senna to So pull be
3 f \ 1 rl voice, "It.''is" finished!" This was sure your laxative also contains Pepsin.

I not the death of the languishing Take Dr.Caldwell's Laxative,because Its
Syrup Pepsin helps you gain that wonderfulstomachcomfortwhiletheLaxative-
martyr. The Son of God, having

SIGHT COLDS wrought out redemption on the Senna moves your bowels.Tests prove the .:"

IV !. cross,'cried out in powerful tones of power of Pepsin to dissolve those lumps of
: rl r a"YJk%.e: f yn( i. undigested protein food which may linger-
is finished! and
helping nature build victory "It yieldedup
up in your stomach,to cause belching,gastric
your cold-fighting resistance His spirit. acidity and nausea. This is how pepsin-

Y,. H. "They Watched Him." izing your stomach helps relieve it of such
suffer cold
TF you one
A here's right sensational after another news I, 1.ar%:../:.::.... ;K{; i Ci0 No S" The soldiers had made sport of wakes distress.up At lazy the nerves same and time muscles this medicine in your

Mrs. Elizabeth Vickery Him and mocked Him in the palace. bowels to relieve your constipation.So see
M,; writes: "/ used to catch took passing curious interestin how much better you feel by taking the
t : colds very easily. Dr. They a laxative that also puts Pepsin to work on
Fierce Golden Medical the crucifixion. They gambledover that stomach discomfort, too. Even fin
A w ,r Ke% icky children love to taste this
-, Discovery helped to J .Aw.h' His garments, and finally set- pleasant
strengthen me just splendidly.lateberterhadnxre- their family laxative. Buy Dr. Caldwell's Laxative -
tled down to perform duty as
-Senna with Syrup Pepsin at your 1
t tarninaandwastTouliled / guards with stolid indifference.How druggist today!
'
tery little with colds." much of humanity is just like
This great medicine, formulated by a pray
ticing physician,helps combat colds this way: that!
: (1) It stimulates the appetite. (2) It promotes The priests who professed to know Headed for FameA
flow of gastric juices.Thus you eat more;your man who knows his
His Word stand young
digestion improves; your body gets greater About God and out
nourishment which helps nature build up your in appalling wickedness and ignor-' own points of weakness and
cold-fighting resistance.So l I{'N. e7"rw.dawatmwv :o .LA;(' of the strength is on his way to a placeof
Being'members highest -
successful has Dr.Pierce's Golden Med- ance.
;& ical Discovery been that over 30,000,000 bot- and noblest of callings, they fell fame among the earth's strong;
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tles have already been used. Proof of its remarkable wWi .XiviGxkv/aftv.vYfw: ? when they sinned to the lowest wise men.
benefits. Get Dr. Pierce's Golden
Medical Discovery from your druggist today chances having depths.Of .
c'' Don't suffer Taking no of
unnecessarily from colds.
A hillman the two thieves, one believed'and
some sharpshooting -
the other railed at our Lord Beware Coughsfrom
g potting them, men manning
Bend or Break ) K: two. (Luke 23:39, 40). The cross has

There are two kinds of weak- the Northwest Frontier' ever since been the dividing line, partof common colds

do their patroling in light ,, humanity, turning there to life
: ness, that which breaks and that
which bends.-J. R. Lowell. tanks. These patrols were increased eternal, the rest going omits. railing That Hang On'

recently when increased way .to destruction.
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: "'' Soviet waited.,, No doubt Creomulslon relieves promptlybecause I
troop activity ,The women, they it goes right to the seat of the
was reported. were perplexed and troubled in trouble to loosen germ laden phlegm
heart, but they stood faithfully by Increase secretion and aid nature to
iSS Why Let Yourself "yY a e until His precious body was in the soothe and heal raw,tender Inflamed -
( membranes.
p'l bronchial mucous
Get Constipated? grave. We read of, no apostle who.. No matter how many medicines you
l' i. did as' much, and we give all honor have tried, tell your druggist to sell
'
*_' I Why endure those dull headachy '. to the faithful women. understanding Creomulslon that you are with to lithe

days due to constipation,plus the III. "He Trusted in God." the way It quickly allays the coughor
I
I Inevitable trips to the medicine
chest, if you can avoid both by This was the sarcastic taunt of you are to have your money back.

,' getting the causcof the trouble? the priests. "When the King was' CREOMULSIONfor

If your constipation, like that hanging upon the cross and the in- s)
of millions, is due to lack. of ,Chest Colds BronchitisMost
"bulk" in the diet, the "better terpreters of religion, the priests
way"is to eat Kellogg's All-Bran. misinterpreted God, there was a

I This crunchy toasted breakfast great 'silence. God's noninterference Noble Work'
cereal is the ounce of prevention first thing that impressesone
:: that's worth a pound of emergency is the 'No artist's work is so high, so
r'', 1 relief.It helps you not only 't as the story is read, 'but thatis noble, so important for all timeas

f-'" to get regular but to keep regular not all the story. It was not the making of character in a
f- day after day and month after wholly'noninterference. 'From the

month, by the pleasantest means sixthhour there was'darkness over child.-Cushman.,
; ever knew..
you Eat Kellogg's All-Bran regu- all the land until the ninth hour.'

, larly, drink plenty of water and That seems. to have been the act a
, _. see if you don't forget all about of God. It would seem that in infinite FOR MOROLINE
I,"
constipation. Made by Kellogg's tenderness God wrapped the MINOR
: in Battle Creek.If condition
your BURNS JELLY
PETROLEUM
Is chronic, it.is wise to consulta r land in darkness in the hour of His WHITE

physician. : M a w. y Son's supreme suffering" (G. Camp-
ir. Y kt &t. +
; ; .1
bell Morgan). We also read in verse
t ti .
-5 veil of the temple That's Where
t- 51" that the was
:
i ( torn from top. to bottom, opening' "Are you in pain?" asked the

..:: Full Reason the way for ',allmen in Christ to. kind old lady.

i To abstain that we may enjoy enterthe Holy of'Holies. : "No, ," 'wailed the small boy;

: is Rousseau.the epicurianism of reason.- "He trusted'God.." Yes, even, "the pain's in me."

,/ to the sacrifice of Himself in death.

Because He ,could not saveHimselfv.

i:' ( 42) in thus doing the,will of God Jo Relieve
" S.7.'i...'' 1 >r the Father, He did save others. The Misery of \\.oft.!

VESPER TEA scoffing priests told the truth in spite,
Above is the,Khyber pass itself, showing the trouble confronting an
wicked to falsify.
e e invader aiming to penetrate it. A remarkable serpenting road winds of their purpose "
"they
: "They crucified Him
through the narrow defile for 33 miles. There is also a railroad, ,completed watched Him," but "He trusted G(666 o

in 1925. It is a marvel of engineering, 26 miles long with 3-1 God" and became the,Saviour of the

tunnels and 92 bridges and culverts. Each station is a miniature fort. world. .





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f"j Items of Interest
AROUND
AJouSeho1dNewSt That Was a 'Fare Do'Four
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to the Housewife
men were seated facing the HOUSE| -

each other ,in a railway coach. .' -. ;
One of them seemed to be'monopolizing -
the conversation.; All of If mayonnaise curdles in the Hotbeds and cold frames shouldbe

his talk was about himself as he making, add a few drops of cold located in a sheltered place,
told how clever he'was. *: water to the curdled mixture. either on a south slope, on the
.
j This went on and on, mile after south side of a building, or where
mile, till at last one fellow could To loosen dirt on linoleum adda protected by:a clump of low-grow .
i r stand it no longer, and without few tablespoons of kerosene to ing pines.
due apology he burst in upon'the the water with which it is to be I *

4 'ar, r a ti1Y ry ':Ayeu'r'; conversation of the boasting one., washed.0
"
!f' '\ Suggested Dishes.-Hang a slate.
"Say," he said, "tell us.somethingyou and pencil in your kitchen. Let
can't do, and I'll do it for Burnt Privet Hedge.-If your the various members of the fam-

you!" privet hedge should be acciden- ily.jot down the dishes they would

There was a moment's silence, tally burned during cleaning do like to have as they think of them.

? then up spoke'the chap who had not' dig it up. Cut it back almost At the end of the week you will
been interrupted, a smile on his to the ground. New shoots will have enough suggestions to plan

of face: "Well' ; I must admit thatI spring up and in another year you 'I. your coming week's menu and

can't pay my fare." :will have a fairly good hedge. please .the tastes of all. .

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0, Y iV" % ty HOW" to' .SEW RUTH SPEARS By WYETH T Yuu\\





i RULE PAPER IN paper into 1-inch squares; number -
SQUARES; them; then draw the pattern
::vCYNAM1N.NAIS THEN DRAWRABBIT ASSHOWN outlines. Cut two body pieces; S)1)1\\S\

; 00 vkl"lr7iK,rNr vhi.Yr:4.a.NY+N.'dOl. /:i SN"\W"I"xsSkA+iC\AYS:. :n. .. H... TOE four ear pieces and a 2-inch stripto
I PATTERN be used between the two sidesof

LEFT-OVERS CHALLENGE HOUSEWIFELY IMAGINATIONSee RAW 1f II the body. Interline the ears

( Recipes Below) to make them stand up. Join all

raw edges, as shown, leaving an
Left-Overs Take a Bow opening in the body' for stuffing
It's Time to Plan Your'Easter
: I Dinner. / tightly with cotton or bits of soft

: Just why'left-overs should be con- Next week Eleanor Howe will SIDES JOIN cloth; then finish. sewing. .
' J S
sidered the children of the
problem give you suggestions for an Eas-
i kitchen, is a mystery to me! They'rea ter dinner-watch for her column! 2y"STRIP 'NOTE; Mrs Spears' Sewing

I" challenge to one's housewifely In it you'll find a recipe for deli- BETWEEN ,- Book No. 2 contains numerous gift

! n ,imagination, of course, but cleverly cious Easter ham, and recipes and. bazaar items, including a

combined and judiciously seasoned, too, for the good things to serve toys of oil cloth or doll's wardrobe; men's ties;
" f' they may become a distinguished with it.cheese STUFFED- bath curtain mate' purses; baby's bassinet; 32 pages
.1! dish, around which to build an attractive in all.
rial are something mothers have I
I and satisfying meal. Send your order to:.
been dreaming about. Just wipe
" : If they're served as left-overs sauce and serve on the ring them off with a damp cloth to .keep
t there's nothing particularly inspir- mold. them fresh and clean. MRS. RUTH WYETH SPEARS-

.! -..... ing about the little Vegetables a la'King. The'Easter bunny shown here is Bedford Hills Drawer 10 New York I

i i.' I :'" dabs that of vegetables accu-- (Serves 6) 11 inches long. He is white, hand- Enclose 10 cents for one book, or 40
; 1 stitched in heavy pink thread and cents for books 1, 2, 3 and 4 and set
6 slices bacon
mulate in the re-
of block
quilt patterns.
has pink bead or button eyes.
: mlr- frigerator. But % cup .flour Name ................................
;; when they're sea- Vz teaspoon salt Make your own pattern*for him Address ..............................
j I soned with care % teaspoon ,pepper by following the diagram. Rule
,''I'' $y. >,;\ BRIMMING baskets oftasty
' I ..:..y- combined in a ,1 cup mushrooms (canned or

1 smooth, creamy cheese sauce, and fresh) vegetables, uni-

i served in an unusual bread ring, 3 cups milk formly excellent. That's,
become deliciousand :Vt (chopped) ASK ME A Quiz With Answers
i they a totally new, cup green pepper your reward #rom
nourishing main dish for a % cup pimiento (chopped) ? Offering Information Ferry's Seeds. Displays
meal. Left-over vegetables combine 1 cup celery (chopped)
too, to create "vegetables a la 2 cups whole kernel corn ANOTHER on Various Subjects in stores everywhere.

'king," or a hearty lunch or supper Cut bacon in small pieces, and ........-
salad. cook until crisp. Stir in, the flour, FERRY'S
The Questions 4. No, he was an Englishman _
** Odds':anc ends of vegetables and"meat S salt, and pepperS "_ 4'
I 'C' and had never visited the 'United.
r; and blend well.
I unite to make a meat loaf of 4 Oatetf SEEDSGreatest
distinction and of Sunday's ;11 Add mushrooms. 1.. What was Edward PaysonWeston's States.
scraps
5. Yes. Unlike all other ani-
Gradually add best record for a day'swalk
in
roast can be used to advantage '
the milk, stirring ? '''mals, these animals are foaled
"buffet
tasty appetizers or supper fP
rolls." A t constantly. 'Foldin 2. Is there such a thing as an white. Fault
remaining veg- Original etching on paper? 6. The Finns are descended prin-
The of. faults is to be
Even the bits of,yesterday's cake greatest
etables, and cook 3. Who are the Beef Eaters? cipally from the Mongols, thoughnow
and pie contribute to the oftoday's r conscious of none.-Carlyle.
success
for 15 minutesover 4. Was John Smithsonian, founder of varying degrees of mixture.
dinner. Not-so-fresh cake, low heat, of the Smithsonian Institution, 7. On account of their great
served with a hot sauce becomes
stirring frequently. an American? wealth and generous benefactions,
cottage pudding; from dry cake Serve on buttered toast. 5. Are albino horses bred successfully this 'reference is to the DuPonts. GROWS
slices dried candied fruit anda Rose Buds
or ,
Cinderella Dessert. on American ranches? 8. At the University of Miami, s-iNCH
custard cabinet is
a pudding
6. What is the origin of the students of marine biology have A flower lover In California wanted better
,, evolved; and that quarter of berry With a fork, break up left-over pieor laboratory work under water. blooms. He discovered new kind of water
1 pie left over from last night's din- cake. Place in a buttered baking Finns? treatment and had bigger root systems
7. What is called the Their attire consists of bathing grew rose buds inches In diameter,daffodils
family
ner'is the basis of a truly delicious dish. Top with fruit (fresh, canned, larger than a salad plate etc.He claimsthis
"Cinderella Dessert." or stewed), and add sugar if de "royal family of the UnitedStates" suits mets. and, shoes and diving .hel- discovery.growth Vitamin to all varieties B-l. will of give flowers miraculous -
sired. Bake in a moderately hot ? and plants. It Is even used by gardenersand
Left-overs time and
are budget florists to euro sick plants or give new
savers-much too important to 'be oven ((375 degrees) for 25-30 min. 8. Is there a school in Florida life to poor run-down flowers. This amaxIngdiscoTery -
where students have classes now comes in tablets easily
merely heated and served as utes. Serve with custard sauce. some Book That LivesA dissolved in water and used by anyone with-
under water? out risking one cent.Just send your name
"scraps." Use them wisely and wellto Biscuit Meat Loaf. and address with this Ad to-

add variety to meals, to save (Serves 4-5) The. Answers new type of book has been JEAN lath St.MacLEAN. D.. Molnec VITAMINS, low,and t.they 7. 707 will

time, and to cut food costs. .1 cup carrots (chopped) produced by George Olin, a collector send triaL you You a simply f 1.00 season's pay postman supply on plus 80 days'fejrcents

Surprise Frankfurters. Vz cup celery (chopped) '1. Eighty-two :miles, in 1867, ,of cacti, at. Los Angeles.His postage or It costs on you arrivaL nothing.You must be satisfied ,

1 (Serves 5-6) % cup green pepper (chopped), made ,on a walk from 'Portland, book''is different, because it
2JA cups mashed potato 2 tablespoons onion (chopped) Maine, to Chicago. Weston was. lives! Gouged into the pages are
1 egg (beaten) 2 cups 'left-over beef roast' 28-years old at the time. pockets and compartments con- WANTED SALESMEN ANDDISTRIBUTORS

ij ** a/z teaspoon salt (ground) 2. No. An etching is drawn di- taining lichens, 'cacti, and other,
% 1 teaspoon salt rectly on ,a metal plate. small plants. Let us make you independent. Work for your-
teaspoon pepper self. Be your own boss. We want men who
1 tablespoon parsley (minced) A teaspoon pepper ,3. Beef Eaters is the popular Each pocket contains the right are able to travel 4 or 5 counties around their
6 to 7 cold, cooked frankfurters 1 recipe biscuit dough name for yeomen of the guard in- kind of nourishment so that the home. Also must be;able to furnish your own
% cup bread crumbs Combine the vegetables, put stituted by the English royal plant can flourish, and you can automobile.above average Your salary.earnings to start shouldbe

Combine the mashed potatoes with through meat grinder and cook in % household in 1485, and still in read the description and see the Write for full particulars

the beaten egg and the seasoning.: 2 "'*\ ?? cup water'until service. living organism on the same page.. CRAIG'S CO.,Dept.WU-3,Memphis Tenn.
\i&Sx' the
t Cover each frankfurter with the po vegetabl7sJ1

tato mixture, forming a "blanket" are Combine tender. Drain with '' % }7,.'f.r. {fUfW, {.f.rf+i.')J 4 W

about /-inch thick. Roll in crumbs. I IL meat, add sea- '9k ,:4 ilf.tar, t;%'f?' !;':3Ai r Nrr.Sfff.N,: r.l/aA; ?%! ;.5f.! :.arr..< CY Wrfx if nr1 Grf> r }{ x$>.,?SS, .yd sSV!! Nfn '*' *<8
Bake in a hot oven (425 degrees) for
sonings and form
20-25 ,minutes, or fry in deep fat ,
(390 degrees) until golden brown. into a roll. Cover 4 i LIKE MV SMOKING YOU SAID IT_

, I- Sauce Croquettes. dough and -place- with in a biscuit shallow, iG'fj f :. S-L-0-W. CAMELS BURN YrJt AND THERE'S EXTRA n
% teaspoon brown sugar greased pan. Bake in a hot oven SLOWER-TASTE r FLAVOR ANDfrcAND
( tf' 2 slices onion (finely cut) (450 degrees) for "20-25 minutes.. im

& :Vcup butter Serve hot, with left-over gravy. COOL EXTRA SMOKING

% cup flour Of Course You Want a Copy of I..v
IN EVERY PACK :
1 cup milk 'Household Hints'! ,
?f t nr' f r
1 cup bouillon stock In spring a home maker's fancy OF CAMELS
t 1
tablespoon raisins turns to, thoughts of crisp curtains, '
Melt brown sugar in a skillet. Add and clean, sparkling windows, rugs E \t'p;7fffrfrifft
onion and butter and cook until] that are fresh and bright, and walls ..
onion is slightly browned. Add flour that aren't ashamed to face the

0 and blend thoroughly. Add milk and light of a sunny day! That means .n

bouillon stock and cook, stirring constantly housecleaning, of 'course, and all
until mixture thickens. Add the odd jobs that go with itwhatto
\* raisins and serve with, the cro- do to make the dining room cur-

quettes. tains last one more season, how to

Left-Over Dinner Ring. renovate the kitchen linoleum; or
how to wash chintz window shades.
8 cups soft bread crumbs
You'll find the answers and other''
Vz cup fat (melted)
1 teaspoon salt puzzling questions, in Eleanor
.\ Howe's useful booklet "Household

2 teaspoon tablespoons pepper onion (minced) Hints." To get it', just send 10 centsin In recent laboratory tests,CAJ,1ELSbutned G MeL FOR EXTRA MILDNESS,

1 teaspoon poultry seasoning coin to "Household Hints," care 25% slower than the average of the 15 EXTRA COOLNESS, EXTRA FLAVOR-
4 eggs (slightly beaten) of Eleanor Howe, 919 N. MichiganAve. other of the largest-selling brands tested
JA cup milk ., Chicago, Ill. -slower than any of them. That means,
1 cup peanuts (chopped) (Released by Western Newspaper Union.) on the average, a smoking plus equal to r ? CAM E 15

Combine ingredients in order list, Care of Cream

ed. Pack into a well-greased ring When receiving cream in quan 4 SMOKES ''tiuauziC' +
mold and bake in a moderately hot tities from the country heat it untilit SE -
oven (375 degrees) for about 30 min- becomes hot, then allow to cool, PACK/ SLOW-BURNING COSTLIER TOBACCOSf

utes. Turn out onto large platter. cover it and set in icebox. It .remains -

: Combine left-over, vegetables in a, weet. ...for. several days. 1



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PARK FOUR _THE CLEWISTON NEWS :FRIDAY, MARCH 15, 1940


The Clewiston News of going to any extent to obtaina Strange as it may seem, the sub- whole dam army!' FOR, MODERN PLUMBINGSee.

"news break". ject most frequently discussed dur- And the moral, if any, I suppose, ,.',
T Few people ever. realize how ing the two-day session was nothingbut is that folks don't waste ammuni- W. B1,. McCOLLTJM

Friday In Clewlllton.! much newspapers do NOT print. pure unadulterated POLITICS.On tion shootin' at a fellow unless. he's Plumbing and Heating ;
Florida edby vthe
NEWS, two occassions when
CLEWISTON
Faced with facts that are proven one or sure 'nuff goin' someplace. Schult Apartments '
Inc. would timidly broach the
beyond a question or a doubt, i someone Clovlston. Florida -
papers often keep silent in order subject of "Law Enforcement" he Fire DepartmentHas
KEATHLEY BOWDEJT Editor I would promptly be drowned out
to further a good cause or to refrain -
from doing harm. Walter by'some aspiring candidate.' Busy Week J. M. COUSECounselor

Entered as second! class man matter Winchell gives a good example of And the "PEOPLE", in ,whose .
Clewiston February,I,Florida 1927 at, under the Poet the Office Act or In this when he replied to a critic's name all this frantic folderol is and Attorney at Law

March 3, 1887.Subscription. statement that J. Edgar Hoover, prepared, calmly went about their The local volunteer fire depart- Hopkins Building
because of friendship, gave him daily tasks throughout the commonwealth ment had a. very busy week last Wednesdays and Saturdays

Rate '2.00 Per Year. news breaks. In the seven, yearsof totally unaware of the week when five alarms were ans- 9:30 to 4:00
their friendship, said Winchell, great effort being made to advance wered on five different days. Only
Advertising Rates On Application. Hoover has given him two news their welfare.As one of these proved serious, a small

stories, and has requested that he far as the governor's race storage building being destroyed in Glnnnes Scientifically Broken Lenses'
Devoted to the advancement and welfare withhold over 200 that Winchellhad is concerned the consensus of opin- South Clewiston and the flames Fitted and Repaired Duplicated
of Clewiston and Hendry County. dug up himself, not becausethe ion here is the same as it was at there had such a headway when the DR. :F. D. GUDBAUROptometrist

stories were not true, but be- the Young Democrats' conventionat engine arrived that little could be

The author of "Wings" chose a cause publishing them might ob- Pensacola: Whitehair and Holland done except protect adjacent build- Phone Fort 10S Myers 5, Collier Florida Arcade
struct, justice. That Winchell com- both running strong and ings.
;
short-cut to get a .pair. Successor to K. H. Oakley
plied with the request goes with practically neck' and neck; with The first call was to ,the ,Harlem -
Paty, Warren and Fraser several
out saying. barracks, a one-story quarter
Today is the day when folks who : negro
lengths behind the leaders. I,
house, where, a negro had gone 'to
want to fish for bass have .to come STRUCTURAL
to the north and west shores of We get quite a kick out of see- During the -past ten days I've : sleep with a cigarette and ,set his. MECHANICAL ARCHITECTURAL,
DESIGNS
Lake Okeechobee. ing these bicycles built .for one, had an opportunity to hear, talks i bed afire. 'The flames were, .out
but carrying two, in the personsof I by Holland, Paty, Bar4bee; Walker, when the department arrived. This Maps Estimates

Some of us are going to feel mothers and children. Irma and Warren and Clancey, and all of 'I was also the case with a fire scare JOHN H. DOTY

awfully foolish after tomorrow Howard Smith, Louise and 'Ronald them, either openly or through in- at the C. E. Miner apartment Tuesday Engineering Consultant
Hare and Dell and Sharon Crochet sinuation that, leaves no doubt in night. Thursday there was a
when we go to the old postofficeafter
down the sidewalks the minds of their listeners, are Hopkins Bldg. Clewiston
pedaling remind -
our mall. A habit of years grass fire to extinguish in town, 'Fla.'f'
isn't easy to change in a day. I us of the mother and daughter concentrating their fire on Francis Friday the engine .was called out I.
series which have decorated, the Whitehair. who is pictured as to help fight a cane fire in Section

Stalin and Hitler may feel that front covers of magazines for everything from a crosseyed octopus I 114 east of town and then on Saturday -

they have won a great victory with months past. to a six-legged porch climber. As I was the fire in South Clewiston. Johnson's Fish CampNear
painted by some of his opponents, The
the Finns accepting peace terms, building burned belonged to .
but we're still betting on the Finns Do you think you are pretty fair he would ,make Peck's Bad Boy A. Wiandt. ( Hurricane Gate)

to finish on top. on pronounciation? Give yourselfa look like Little Lord Fauritleroy. I r An intensive fire drill was heldon Clewiston, Fla.

test on the following, which appeared The' situation brings to mind a Wednesday afternoon of this Boats and Motors-Guide Service

Another frost this week and in February Good House- negro story my good friend Claude I'week. when all hose 'was taken out I Rates Reasonable

Everglades farmers must start over keeping: Lee used to tell about the colored I and. tested under pressure. 500 I II W. H. Johnson, Mgr.
again. Rather a wearisome round Quintuplet.. 2-Respite. 3- boy who'returned from France witha feet of new hose has recently been

and one which might be avoided if Penalize. Incognito.. 5Ignominy. flock of medals and a lot of, scars. added making, a ,total of 1100 feet ,

they were permitted to' roduce 6-Flaccid. Formidable.. 8. Telling his friends of his experience,. of 2 %-inch discharge hose at this

sugar.. I =Theatre. Indictment.. 10- he said: time. ,
Poignant. 11-Alias. 12-Heinous. "How come I get me all dese Members of the volunteer' department CandidatesATTENTION-

The old adage has been changed 13-Coupon. 14-Mausoleum.. 15- here here: hero medals is like dis: I are J. K. Weaver, ,Harry

here to "eat, drink and be merry Mischievous. 16-Robust. 17- When de zero hour come, I'm up Knight, A. W. Lawrence, Owen !
for tomorrow federal restrictions Corral. 18-Secretive. 19-Condo- an' over de top tearin' across no- 'Winn, George Crow, Charles Benson

will take away your job" and despite lence. 20-Khaki. body's land a fixin' to git me a and Ed Clark. WE HAVE THE LATEST

the early closing of the sugar Give yourself 5 points for each German. I only goes about ten COMPLETE PUBLIC ADDRESS

season this spring the crowd at I I one you have pronounced correctly,. I feet, and ping, a bullet come ker- SYSTEM

the sugar house Saturday night according, to the next paragraph.If smack an' 'hit me in de right arm. For Rent at Reasonable Rates
had fun and plenty of it. I I you made over 80 you are above I "Boy, I mean, that dun made me OFFICE MACHINE SERVICECO.

average. mad, cause you see dat was de J. B. WILCOX. CLEWISTON RADIO
The touch of spring in the air I Quintuplet.. (QUIN-tup-let). arm I used to carry' my weepon, Typewriter and Adding: Machine
for several days (not so apparent 2-Respite. (RESS-pit). I but ''I don't stop-no. suh-I''' jes' Repairs and Service ELECTRIC CO.
Also Signs of All Kinds
today) has begun to arouse the 3-Penalize (PEE-nal-ize). keep right on a-goin'. But I don't Box 401
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baseball fever. Local players are Incognito (inCOG-ni-to). get very far before another bullet .. PHONE 104

hoping some organization wilt'come 5-Ignominy.. (IG-no-min-y). come wham, an': when I reach up
forward, to sponsor a team and it 6-Flaccid. (FLACK-sid).' where my ear was-it ain't.
'
is to be hoped that it will for' a 7-Formidable' (FOR-mid-a-ble). "Den I sure 'nuff is mad, an

gummer without baseball Is a quiet 8-Theatre (THE-a-tre). makes up my mind den and dere

one indeed. Indictment.. (in-DITE-men).. '' dat I'm a. gonna git me a whole :. "FOR, THE, .BEST.. ,
10-Poignant POIN-yant). mess of' Germans, an' I keeps righton ', '

-: -H,N:.NM.. .,M.NON. ..N..N.-M.-NN- -NNM.- .- -...:.N.NN.. ..N.N.MNN.. .. .. .:.I' r 11-Alias. (ALE-ee-as). a-goin'. But befo' long, zowie, Cup oCoffee" ,
12-Heinous. (HAY-nuss). another bullet hits me in de lef
'
13-Coupon. (KOO-pon). leg, an' I don't even stop den. IN TOWN '. ,
RAMBLINGS 14-Mausoleum. (MausoLEEum :I No suh, I keeps right ,on after "Good To The Last Drop"

By B. B. ). dem Germans 'till along come an- A and B
15Mischievous.. (MIS-chie-vous). other bullet an' hit me in the ,

16-Robust. (ro-BUST). other leg. SANDWICH
-:..N NNNN:.(M N N:NON:N:N:M :N)o:N:+:N N. NYou've :. SHOP
I 17-Corral. (cor-RAL). "Well boy, dat was'eno gh. I

IS-Secretive. (se-CREE-tive). known somebody has made a hell
heard the "I 'Didn'tKnow I BOWL
song I AT A and B ALLEYS
19-Condolence. uva mistake I '
(con-DO-lence
I' ) so shouts 'Hey you,
What Time It Was"-Our 20-Khaki. ( with shoot somebody else-I ,- -- .-- --" ->--. __ _.__._ ___ _._____L__ ___ ____ .u. __ .
Clewiston couple didn't know what rymes stocky) ain't de I I,.. _. __ '. .. __ ._._.. ____ __ ... _.jllL,.. _,__ H.-'_ '_'__ _' _, _w _, <:.
day it was and thought Thursdaywas _._
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April Fools Day. .:M:N N:..:N:N:N:N:N:N N:NN N-NON N N:N:N:N..:N MAN.
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A pile of trash which was burn- S
Too Late To ClassifyBy
ed on the ridge Tuesday afternoon

contained the last, remnants of the .,
I old hospital building, sold for RUSSELL KAY

i salvage and torn down": recently. A .. ,
11.v"v M.N.NN. .N M. M.NM NAM N N NAM MAN. v.1
host of memories floated upwards M.
A United Florida
with the smoke and many residents folks, it's a good thingI I '
though rejoicing that the ,
I am not burdened with a guilty rMs
unused building has been moved, conscience for. if I were I

will remember that It was entwinedin 'I ly would have broken out certain-I + '' :

their lives and, played an ,important three alarm sweat the
part in the development of j i when I attended the banquet of : A --Y? 1-Betier Roads. t
the town. Some of our babies were the State Sheriff's Association in I

born there, and Elta and Bill Pre- II Tampa, for-believe it or not-I >.

witt, who are using some of the was seated with the Attorney General -
material of the old hospital for 'L
j on one side, a probation officer
some of the equipment sheds on behind: me, a state liquor inspector \

the farm, will have kindly feeling :I i j across from me, and the chief of j

toward the sills and rafters. I j I police at a nearby table, superintendent I 2-Better "
"v Schools/
It ,
marks a period in the
growth i j i of the State Prison Farm I 4
of a town
when the
original on the other side of
me and a
I
permanent buildings have been outgrown J','flock of high sheriffs fore and I +' 01 cak

The hospital building, the '1 aft!

': office building, the post office build- }I But it was a swell party. While I ; .
. ing have all been found
inadequate
0 there are only 67 counties in the ,
;' solely on the grounds of lack of state, which automatically limits I yj ;4l', 1 0
f.. space. The I I '
new Clewiston
Inn
. the number of sheriffs to that many, 3-Old Assistance."Some
and
f-, the new commissary ware- there were over 300 folks attending Age .
r. house both, replace buildings which
1' I I the convention-for this, my
were burned, but which by this
friends, is what
' I we commonly refer -
time would have
been
as badly i to as a "political year" and

outgrown. !. while some folks may "run fromsheriffs"
We still are
eagerly
awaiting the
office-seekers seldom do.

:, and conclusion we urge of the you present to census, Andthey were out in force to mill sage remarked a long time ago : "Show me a man with
count
" your about the hotel lobbies, slap' backs,
... children very carefully and, omit j shake hands and make as good an out enemies and I will show you a man without progress
none, It is
our belief that the
impression as possible.
t,:av people count expect.will be larger than most Then, too, there were ,those whn I "Independent, a free thinker, Francis Whitehair more nearly I

':< are known as henchmen', publicity ,resembles the new type of leadership in public life than any man
men, leg
men, snoopers, and a
',:'- secret When we read of the safe and I number of honest, hard working who has thus far offered to serve.
... crossing of the English and
I exceedingly bored newspaper
,i". although Queen Elizabeth her and realize that reporters and camm'a men." 1 "If there were no other recommendations for the man

>" '. home berth must departure have been from known her Prize about story a tourist of 'the who conventionwas attemptedto I we'd vote for him because of two things : He's going to do what's

tot :: by thousands Scotch, communities of residents not of Englishand a word make the a righthand turn in front'of right by the old people and he's not going to take. away 'man's
convention
of it headquarters,
ever reached dollars man's collar.
a news broad- hotel.. As he approached the corner J or wear any
cast ,
: or a
t newspaper account we he stuck out his
I. wondered kept the secret.if Americans would have I the car behind but before arm to.he signal could "We need a straight governor-but a liberal one.

r We have a reputa- make the, turn three "
: candidates
: "That is Francis Whitehair.
tion
.,;. among nations of the world I! jumped from the man
curb and
shook
of being lives entirely too keen about theprivate I his hand vigorously before he could I (This advertisement is paid for by by local frien ds of Francis Whitehair..)
oj ?ur notable get it in agate, I
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section clean. :drainage for about 2,000, acres of Training Union G:,15.p m.-Arch 7:30 p. m. :;:,
I[ LAKE LEVELS WILL ;"There is plenty'of' water in'these I II. land between South Bay and III Hodges, director.

canals for irrigation and soil con. : Chosen.. H. H. Hart complainedthat i Junior Girls' 'AUxiliary meets :-,

? BE HELD BETWEEN servation purposes and- it will be ; -'fluctuation Hof'water in.. the ,'Wednesday '3:30--at. church,' Mrs. .;

; the policy "of the'War Departmentto Hillsboro. is' 'detrimental to crops : Hodges in charge. Is Your Subscription0 Paid? .
maintain a sufficient, supply," on the high' 'land' between Belle I .Mid- eek'' services Wednesday i .. ::3
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14 AND 17 FEET Colonel Watkins told the 150 per- 'Glade and the lake and said the' I .<

sons at; the hearing. ."But ;we ,think' trouble Is causedby the ..intermit- ,

the flow:: of, water down the canals tentopening, and, closing_ of, the '
Belle Glade-In all 'probability I I should be regulated by 'local. interests hurricane gates. 'Colonel Watkins AmPLE FUflOS .

minimum, and maximum levels of .'to, suit their needs and I that assured him. he : would have no ,

Lake Okeechobee will: be fixed' by they.,should..assume the responsibility further cause for complaint on that
law at 14 and '17: feet Ltd. 'Cob 'of maintaining 'the waterways.. score. I

Lewis H.. Watkins,' U., S. district It.: also was revealed by Colonel I' Calling. attention to the fact .
engineer, revealed. at a hearing held Watkins that a hearing will be that several barges were sunk in 1 Ii
in the' Belle Glade town hall Tues- called soon in connection with a I I I Lake:.Okeechobree ,,during high winds ., "<.'

day morning. review. of the' project for improving '1 I recently, Mayor John Dulany, of i : ,, ,, ,'fI
Canal Pahokee, ,asked that hearing be
2/ This::will i:be:recommendation, the West Palm' Beach'
I to Congress ,;:Colonel1. SF'stkitissaid' ,' for navigation irrigation and drain called ,by the district engineer's office I .- : /

and, affected. landowners* may govern age. He expressed doubt however, .on'' the matter of constructing
1 themselyesi<:accordingly. I 'as to the feasibility' of, making' the a breakwater. there He'assertedit II I

.Colonel Watkins-further-' : disclosed North' New" :River and Hillsboro is impossible to.'develop. freight or }

that he will recommend that. the 'canals navigable because their heavy traffic in the Across-state' waterway .
: make it to without providing a haven for, boats
War : Department remove water slope could necessary
hyacinths' that are" clogging the install:several locks. during stormy., .weather, *- 'Palm

Hillsboro,. North New Rive'r'and R. Y.,Creech, Roscoe ,T. .Braddock. Beach Post. DLDAH5ce' : !

Miami Canals, if local interests' will and Ross Wmne" entered complaints '
ST. .MARGARET'S CATHOLICCHURCII
guarantee to keep the.. canals clear regarding' conditions on Ritta,

of hyacinths in the future. Torrey and Kraeiner ,Islands, where \"e .' ;.

Other assurances" -'to ,obtain -, they said most 'of the crops have "o'C\e,; :
i ; necessary Rev;: Lawrence 'J.Flynn Pastor- ,.
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: been ruined again this year-by" high o We can help
Federal funds for the project, .
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w J :Mass each Sunday morning at ,,,' P .
lake. They insisted I '
water in the
I j he enumerated .follows: '. ,t\at\ PL..''li you/s.with the;
that the landowners 'be given assurance 8 o'clock, excepting the last' Sun- j
:S fi est1anpl i
They will ,construct, and operatethe r' \
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,as I j to how:high the lake day of the month when the time is : ;
dams to prevent in'existenceClewiston
necessary 10:30. :
level. is, to be 'allowed' to go. Mr.' .=. ,
waste of water during dry seasons, I
,. Creech ( said '''he' had ;been able to Confessions are heard every..Saturday ', .. .
and to permit, :water necessary for ;
save. his own. crops: by diking' his evening from '7:30 until 8:30
irrigation and city'wate'! supply to '
: .; pass down'Lthe.canal. lands but, the other growers,,..!failed and before all the .Masses. -- '.,
to: do so : in the belief: the, lake Weekday Mass every morning at ;
i j They will:provide'.sufficient movable would be held at :16,' feet, as he said 8:00 o'clock. Federal. Savings i
) wickets or floodgates in all
I they were promised by the govern- ,. Devotions in 'honor"'of' Our Lady
f)1'i: dams to 'permit full flow discharged ,
through' these canals and. ,will ment engineers. of; Perpetual Help, are; conducted and ,
II> operate ',these, to secure flood discharges (,Robert' Allen representing the Friday'. evenings at, 8 o'clock, fol- :,Loan. Association }
: National Association of Audubon lowed by Benediction-' the. Most ,
as requestedby the U. S.
I Societies made that Blessed Sacrament.
1 district ..engineer, a plea pro

I They !will' provide the" .necessary visions be made for, holding wateron ,Religious Instruction Class' ford .:M:NNNM NNMNN NM MN, :M..:N 11N N..:M N NM NH N NMM N:.:M:M M:M:M:NN, :NN, ,
undeveloped Everglades landsin children Saturday morning at.
I dams openings for; through the'. equipment all bridges removing: and the interest; of bird life.' Floridais here in Clewiston, and after. Sunday 5
I I the only section of the United Mass 'in Pahokee. y ?
1 t' the hyacinths to pass- and States where some, types of birds .
The
., Mass schedule ol Pahokee is
'They will designate an agent for may be 'found and they constitute :Y. h
10:30
Sunday, excepting 'th'elast
every
t all of the canals. oran agent for an. important tourist attraction, he .i f
Sunday of, the month, when:
; each canal with ,whom the U.. S. said. The records show ,that. many, .i- :;: '
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Mass is at o'clock.
eight The public
:I ;. district engineer can cooperate ini' egret and ,ibis rookeries have been :
; CLEWISTON
regardless of- belief 6OLFi
". : religious s 'i
'carrying out the foregoing. }! ; i
I' abandoned because, the feeding is always welcome in this, church. )
' : In addition he suggested that grounds were destroyed by muck

i h I they take the required :: steps to I fires, he said. THE CLEWISTOX CO3DIUNITYCHURCH I ..t-. f....,.,

place on the Everglades all:'surplus W. M.. Stafford, chief engineerof i .'.: .' COURSE: : I :::.

I water not required irrigation or the Everglades Fire Control":DIstrict -- :;: ." :' : ', .. :!:

j city supply declared many ..felt the. time KENT PENDLETON,- Minister ;. .i.:
I James E. ,Beardsley, Everglades .
: has come for the Federal govern- Bible school meets at1! 9:45, Mr : I '
Drainage ,District( commissioner, ment to" take over the entire matter B.' C.: :Flanikert is superintendent. :.. '; :s:
stated that his board has already .' \\s.
of water control in the Everglades.He Wbrship hour begins at '11:00a. ., '

adopted resolutions to undertake presented 'plan. for a compre ., m.,.. J, E.' Beardsley is choir .. .... .. ,: i ,:.,. kC.. t
!, this work In' ,the West Palm Beach hensive system 'of- canal improvements director and' Mrs. J., H. Doty. is -' ... .. .... : .: .. 1 .

and Hillsboro Canals. and, new 'canals; which he pianist. y

He pointed out that the' financial said would take care of drainage, 'The Sermon theme .will be "The y y
condition of the district makes it irrigation soil conservation, fire "
Supremecy of: Christ. There will
necessary to rely on local districtsto prevention. and water, supply for 3.
bea special. musical and
finance program I = Open to the Public
the
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cleaningoperations ]
: I the coastal areas. R: N. Smith will. sing The Psalmsas
in those canals but that no such Need of completing the .excavation a solo..
districts exist. in, most. of the area ,. '
of- the Hillsboro Canal to en- ,
On Good. Friday at 8:.00. p.., m. y
I traversed by the other two canals. able it to better serve the purposesof the choir will give the ,"Crucifixion ,

'There is a possibility, :Mr.. drainage and irrigation was ex- by :Stainer". The public is cordially y y

:I i Beardsley ,added, that rehabilitation plained by W. Turner Wallis, rep- invited to enjoy 'this musical treat. y.
:s .
: of the financial structure of resenting '''the: .Brown 'Drainage.Dis .. .i..i.s
the The C.' E. Society meets on Monday .. ,: ..10. ..s..
j district may soon 'take place trict and J. D. Butler, Deerfield' : .
I at 7:30 p. m., Lee Pridgen is y h
: and if that is done it will again farm .
operator. Mr. Butler said the President and Florence Graham is .s. _:
undertake. the operating functionsfor farmers in his district will .,gladly the program leader. y y
: which it was organized. cooperate"-with the War Department
Colonel Watkins suggested that in improving the effectiveness of FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH .:: Moderate:: :Green 'Fees :::

any organizations interested 'in having the canal,'as they need more water s.z
these canals cleaned should give for irrigation purposes. "The Friendly Church"H. :z i. Exceptional) Fairways :=;:

the War Department a maintenance Luther Jones,. of Belles Glade' G. ; Y'h
McLEROY, Pastor"Sunday ; :: '
pledge as soon as they are able to Interesting Greens *
suggested that the. Hillsboro and school 9:45 a.: :in!-B.
do so. Alexander Orr, Miami city North New ;River ,Canals be; deep- E. Herring, supt. :!:
commissioner, said he could promise ened between the hurricane' I Ii
gates Morning worship 11
a. m., IIX

that ;Dade County will keep its i i and the locks, to provide better i .J sermon I 1 1vastor. ............................................w........._.'..................................,....;..0............................................................................. .

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SEC THE CLEWISTON NEWS FRIDAY, MARCH 15, 1910MOVIXG



INTO MOVIELAXDBy CIRCUIT CLERK give the people of Hendry county an'' a faithful and efficient administration. .

honest, efficient intelligent, business- .
like administration as yourcounty Your vote 'and support will be ap-, Reelect U. S. SenatorCHARLES
DICK OWEN TO THE VOTERS AND MY MANY judge. precl ted.
FRIENDS. OF HENDRY COUNTY: Sound administration of the peo- 's
(GLUTTED LAST WEEK' ) I wish to announce my candidacy ple's affairs requires capable officers R. MILLER., M/y 1 k.

Our darling, so-happily wed for re-election to tho office of Clerkof On this basis, I submit that I am N
the logical candidate, and I will
the Circuit Court. In making this
couple (we had thought) the Tony announcement I wish to express my appreciate your vote and support. FOR TAX COLLECTORI

Martins, have ceased to be. We appreciation for the support and con- Sincerely,

sure about this one, almost fidence given me in tho past. SELDEN L. STEWART.FOR .
were so wish to announce
mysejf a can-
During the time I have been Clerk.I .
about didate for the office of Tax
sure as we were Collector,
as have done my best to administer the
Crawford-Tone blending which affairs of this office in a businesslike Hendry county subject to the Demo-
the cratic primaries in May.I .
manner. If you see fit to re- I COUNTY JUDGE HENDRT
ended on the rocks a year ago or elect me, 'I promise to give the best COUNTY, FLORIDAAt am now completing my second
more. But movie star marriages, service of which I am capable. term as school board member cf

horse races, the request of many citizens Felda and Denaud district, an office
are as unpredictable as WILLIAM: .I.', HULL. of County I I have tried to fill conscientiously
riom Hendry
part
Bowes' wheel of every and faithfully.My .
or as Major 'icrebv: announce myself a candidatefor 0. ANDREWS
fortune. No one knows- the office of County Judge of qualifications include high
REPRESENTATIVE Hendry county, Florida subject to school and college training and
You people who have ingenious FOR the action of the May Democratic several years spent doing commercial' (PAID_ POLITICAL; ADVERTISING)
brains, how about thinking up, a primaries I was duly admitted to bookkeeping.If .
In announcing my candidacy, for the practice of law in this state In elected, I the I
title for the next picture with re-election to ,the office of State I I April 1917 and I have continuously careful, efficient promise administration.Your people. a
jUdrich. Paramount needs, Representative from Hendry county followed this vocation since exceptfor
Henry
subject to the Democratic primaries ]I the time I was In the United vote and support will be '"
wants, and will pay $150 for the in May, I earnestly solicit the sup- states Army, during the. World War appreciated.MRS..

best one. Address all titles (which port of every citizen. If elected _I ,If nominated' and elected, my only
wordor shall continue to represent the county promise is a square deal to all according HOMER TAYLOR.
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must be accompanied by a in all matters coming before the to law and common sense.I .
less letter telling of its selling legislative branch of ,our Democraticform I am not 'the candidate, of any clickor
& of government' the very best faction but I am the candidate of '' I
possibilities) to Mark Hellinger, of my ability. I shall be glad to dis- the people who want a County FOR SHERIFF ,',
Miami Herald. cuss with any one such matters' of Judge who knows the law and will -'
announced the legislation as they are interested In. )honestly and faithfully discharge the. I hereby announce myself a candidate -
They've already My campaign will be based on ,the duties of the office. for the office Of Sheriff of Hendry Be it said to his'credit..
Academy Awards, but as usual I merits involved in the office and Your vote and influencais. respect- county, subject to the Democratic
will have no connection'with other primaries to be held in May.I .
that he is not
disagree. Bette Davis is my choice, fully solicited. a fence
offices or candidates. will
county appreciate your vote' and
with "Dark Victory", "Juarez" "The LOUIS O. GRAVELY support. straddler.
Central Flori-
ELBERT L 'STEWART. -
Old Maid" and "Elizabeth and W. T., MADDOX.

Essex" for proofs. Maybe you ,have : da (Orlando) Times.

idea too, about these FOR TAX COLLECTOR
your own FOR REPRESENTATIVE IN THE

awards. I'll poll all votes, andwe'll LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE FOR SHERIFFI f'
( -Tax Collectorin
OF FLORIDAI Keep your present
have our own little show. office.

Include best picture of the year, I have tried to the ;best of my'' wish to announce myself a candidate -
hereby announce myself a can knowledge to give sincere and efficient for re-election to the officeof
best performances (male and female didate for the office of Representative -(I service tc all the people of II Sheriff of Hendry county, subject
direction supporting in the Legislature of the state Hendry County. I would greatly to the Democratic primaries in May.I .
and ,
) sub- I
of Florida from Hendry county
appreciate a full term in office. am making this gin
,
performances, 'etc. if you like. ject to the action of the May'Democratic Your vote and support will) be record of law enforcement race solely and on-my fair a ham 111I1/Z...
I feel that past
This week's showings: primaries. my appreciated. dealings to all and I''assure the people -
experience as a. member. of that body of
Hendry county that the
Friday-Saturday, March 8-9: "The fully qualifies me for the position I R., N. MILLER. cies of this office will not change.poli- I
seek If elected, I promise to honestly -
Real Glory" is the picture and Gary and faithfully represent the entire Your vote and support will be appreciated -

Cooper, Andrea. Leeds, ,and David county to the very best of my ability. .

(grand in Bachelor Mother) Nivenare Your vote and 'Influence is most FOR TAX COLLECTORTO H. L. DELANEY. :. }

the stars.: Need I say more? earnestly solicited
Respectfully, THE VOTERS. OF HENDRY ,
Laid in the Phillipine Islands in COUNTY:

the midst of the insurrection with W. M. DAVIDSON. I am taking this opportunity, of FOR COUNTY DISTRICT COMMISSIONER: 1 .
announcing that.I am seeking the
"Shoot-'em-dead" Cooper doing just office of county tax collector in the

that. Entertaining, exciting and I May Democratic primaries. To my I wish to announce that I am a
FOR COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT friends and to those of you who candidate for county commissioner,
Hollywoodical.. know me I say simply that, I am in District 1, subject to the May Demo- wry.
Sunday-Monday March 10-11: I wish to announce to the voters of the race. To the many to' whom I cratic. primaries. .
Fred Hendry county that I am a candi- am a stranger, I would like to add I have been a resident of Clewis
Stanwick opposite
Barbara date for the office of county super- that I have lived at Sears 14 years, ton for eleven years and feel that
MacMurray in a story of nothing intendent of public instruction. in the that ,I am a native of LaFayette my long experience as a resident,
York May Democratic primaries. county, a graduate of its schools and property owner and business man in
but a fast ride from New that I have been in the employ of
I the district will help me in representing
New England -. I have lived in Hendry county mostof the Standard Lumber Corporation for. .
thru the middle West or life have been teacher and it on the county board.
my ; the past 25 years. If elected, I will give the district
or somewhere for all I principal In schools of Hendry, Lee If you see fit to elect me, I pledgea the best service. of which I am _
counties for 16 years12of
gather. The girls will remember and Glades faithful and honest service.. To one capable. .
them in LaBelle. I hold a life
and .all I shall feel honored to have I will 'appreciate your vote and
MacMurray, the boys, Stanwick, and graduate state certificate, and a. life your vote and support. support. .
first grade certificate, and am a ,
Sincerely, .
the picture
remembering ,
nobody college graduate with the degree of
ironically titled, "Remember The Bachelor of Science in Education G. R. HATCH G. E. 'ETHERTON. !! ,

Night". The cast, which includes If elected as your superintendent' !M. Zi
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I promise a conscientious, faithful' ...\\f A
Beulah Bondi, hold the picture up.I 'and efficient administration.! COUNTY COMMISSIONERMarch 1 N i CGPQ .: '
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can't help ;you decide;abut I'm I will appreciate your. vote and .FOR TAX COLLECTOR

support. 14th. 1910! :
that'll
if help.
going, TO THE CITIZENS OF HENDRYCOUNTY TO THE VOTERS OF DISTRICT NO 'Ilil
Tuesday, March 12: Something NELL H. 'JACKM N. :' 1, HENDRY .COUNTY, FLORIDA: \

called "Scandal, Sheet/'. which-."I I hereby announce that I am a I. herewith announce as Candidatefor rt .
I candidate for Tax Collector for Hendry County Commissioner frcm .-thDistrict. r ., .
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wouldn't take, time to write about : FOR COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT county, subject to the Democratic ..My residence in Clewiston 'fOIover .\ T\ r '.,(1 1"" _' ,.,oJ' ,

if it were not for Ona "Belle Watl- OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION primaries in May 10 years and my experience e Clewiston FederalSavings
I am your present Tax Collector leads me to be sure that I can rendei
ing) Munson. --the people of this having been appointed to said officeon valuable service to the. taxpayers. iio
Four years ago April 11, 1989. I have tried t '
elected.
Wednesday-Thursday, March 13- county nominated me to the office of and Loan.Association
the best of knowledge to give
Public In- my I respectfully request your support .
14: A veddy good (if you're a County Superintendent of majority efficient service to all the people ol. and vctes in, the Democratic Primar; .
struction by the largest "
veteran of the last world war-let's given any nominee in the county Hendry county, and would greatly. of 'May 7th, 1940. '
appreciate a full term in office.If
hope not of this one) opus, presenting primaries. This was an honor whichI elected Tax Collector, I promise E. E. KELLY.
deeply appreciate. During these .
the life of Edith Cavell, the years in office I have endeavored to 1 -I '

English spy, portrayed by Anna make a record which would be, of

Victoria-ed great benefit to the people of Hendry .:,,:"' ..:..:,.:..:..:.C..:..x..X..X+X a Neagle while (back who) Queen"Nurse Edith Cavell"Is us people County.to On re-elect this me record as their I ask County; the :;; :..:..:..:.. ..:. *.:wx.o.x......XK..KKK..KK"WK..KKENJOY..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:. :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:.:..:.:..:.:..:.:.:..:..)'


good filmfare, and May Robson Superintendent re-elected. I in shall the May continue primaries.If con-. .i.:. tI ._.:,

and George Sander do well. It's sistent efforts for a nine months term .
for all the schools in the county, the \
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the best of the week in !1
my opinion. same careful business-like administration I / AN' .

Friday-Saturday, March 15-16: I and to work for improvementin .t..t. .
our schools. Because of my knowl- .t.
uninformed to what it will
was as edge of the needs of the schools in 'y v

be, but I'll bet on Western.. Ican't all sections of the county it is logi- ; i
cal that I am best qualified to render :: : .'". ; .: ::::
understand Westerns, I mean, i ',.::; ....
most efficient service.: I will sincerely ). .J.
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why they attract so many people. appreciate your expression of confidence .. ALL ELECTRIC I ', .t..t'2r'
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by'retaining me as jour CountySuperintendent. ..... \ .
Everyone, it seems, is written by :

the same man, about the same :!:::: .t.' it;' ><, :;::;:

people, in the same world. All are S. >A. (STEVE) GRAVES. ::*! ....:. ::., ,:: ,: HOME .., :<' ;.i' '" :;::;:

dittos of the first, which probablewasn't
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; any too good, judging' from SUPERINTENDENT OP PUBLIC :i::;: : .', ,..!-. ;,' :;:::
the others. But they'bring .. \ .
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in money Hollywood will con- I i yy

tinue to make them, and that makes In announcing my candidacy for .:,.:. ,' ,.t... '
the, office of Hendry County Super-

sense. ntendent of Public Instruction sub- :: : is the modern that !
iect to the Democratic primaries in Electricity servant; a servant

Work On Yearbook May every, I earnestly citizen. solicit the supportf :::;: takes care of both, 'the work and, the pleasures of 'the :::;:

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I have lived in Hendry county for .!.o.t.

Work has been started on the the past seven years and am a Hendry. :;,::t:: home and one that will do everything quickly, efficiently :i:::
yearbook and the staff is making ounty property owner and taxpayer.I ..t. :

I progress. Assignments have been school worked and college my way and graduated through with high :.;...{: and economically. :;.::::

. given to the students and they are a B. A degree; took advanced courses .:. { .i..tii ..
, In education at University of Florida y

:\ is starting very pleased work on with them.the cooperation'The staff summers always kept 1935 in and close 1938 touch, 'and with have the :::: One penny will toast 26 crunchy; slices of toast, or :!:


V that the local merchants and bu:;iI years latest, experience educational as methods.classroom Had teacher 10, ::ii::: give your. eyes two hours of safe reading light or operate :;:::


ness buying people advertisements.have given them by assistant of them"principal in the Clewiston and princip.ilsix School-: :;::_i: your radio for most of a day-and-ELECTRICITY, is :!s:

therefore, I feel that I am well: ,
'i qualified elected for ycur.this position.If superintendent. I :;::;: one thing that gets cheaper the more of it that you us ::;::i:

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I promise an economical, business administration .;.s.. :t : \J
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and will exert .

:' PAID effort county toward schools.greatly I thank improving'cu.B. every our :.t..t.:::::: That is why it is so easy to have and enjoy a home. :ii:::


POLITICAL 'E. HERRING. +::.+:. that all ,electric I and modern. ..i':.::::

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FOR COUNTY JUDGEI yy '
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hereby announce myself a candl- yv }
FOR ASSESSOR OI' TAXESI late for the office of County Judge :: ELECTRICITY IS YOUR CHEAPEST SERV- :_:
for Hendry county, subject to the i :: : :

herebY'announce myself: a candidate -, Democratic Primaries in May. I feel
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for re-election to the office of 'hat I am thoroughly qualified to ..
i Assessor of.Taxes, Hendrv; County 'ill this office find if elected T i
: FlorIda, subject to the Democratic : oromi&e to use Fair, Impartial and ::: "
primaries tn May: 1940. Sound Judgment in all the affairs :ii::: ANT-USE IT EXTRAVAGANTLY. : :!;:"
.If re-elected tL promise to conduct Jf this office 2i i
the affairs of office tn the same Your vote and support will bf ...;. .. .'...
4; Fair. Impartial : -
and
Efficient manner heartily appreciated. My
+ I have strived to do in the past. Thanks, A '
Your. vote and support will : II
be y
_, \ greatly appreciated R. M, (BOB) HARRIS. y
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DENNIS SMALL. : + .,
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FOR COUNTY JUDGEI y
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f. roil TAX ASSESSOR take this means to announce thai I
[ am a candidate for the offn-f n-'
\. This! is to announce that I County Judge for Hendry ci unty Ii i U

candidate for Hendry for the county office subject of Tax to assessor am the'a- !subject:n :May. to the Democratic Primary _.:: GiadesPowerandUghtCo. :::: .

Democratic primaries In May. I hold degrees of bachelor of laws
If elected, I promise to fuiflll the bachelor of arts, and bacheltrof
duties of this office faithfully and science lawyer. ,teacher engineer). ff
,: conscientiously and give every hrvo h .n an aicoinnnt for the
property '
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.' owner a square deal Tn tct S ttei. Steel Coipoiation I
, purport" appreciate your vote and have been a Hendry County Commissioner ....;. -- .:..:. .

H. E. (BERT Thus, specially, for six qualified years, by 1927-1932 education fN,' .h:11.. .1,. "."- ..M..N......M.,C ...XX: M X"X"XS .N X N X_...X !N X..X_.N X N X..X N Xtttf ..N.N....N-:N..N.N..N..N.y .,:N. .H.N..N.....N.N.N.N.N.N.N..H.NNN. ..N:I......
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i! FRIDAY, MARCH 15, 1940 THE CLEWISTOX NEWS PAGE SEVEN

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Mr. and, Mrs. C. T. Hurst and Mrs. A. R. Broadfoot, Mrs. R. J. I WIND DOES DAMAGEON I from the .wind, however, were lost

ij Miss Abbie' Metzger are leaving today Blount, Mrs. J. H. Davis, Mrs. EAST SHORE I I I by frost damage.
: for a two weeks' visit with Mr.
M. C. Doke, Mrs. A. D. Dixon, lI,rs'l I 1---1 I "
11 I Personals J' and Mrs., Joe Falcon in Olga, be- ASPHALT SURFACING ':
Arch Hodges, Mrs. E. E. Kelly, .
ii fore going to Emporium, Penn. for ed a peak velocity of sixty-five -
H. G. McLeroy, Mrs. L. C. Miller
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: the summer. miles per hour on the east shoreof The McFarlin Construction Company -

I I, Mrs. C. N. Nelson, Mrs. R. C. Lake Okeechobee did consider- of Miami on Tuesday of this ,

\ Mrs. Dave Alston spent a few Miss Mary Markette motored to Nowling, Mrs. C. E. Nall, Mrs., W. able damage to equipment of the I week applied an asphalt priming ,-
West Palm Beach Wednesday for coat to the the
driveways
i I days in ''Miami this week., J. Robison, Mrs. C. W. Simmons, U. S. Engineers and contractors I around
her mother, Mrs. T., M. Markette, working on the levee in that area. 'U. S. Engineer sub-office and to
who has been at Good Mrs. L. M. Garrison, Mrs. H. E. the inner road
a patient running from the
Dr. and Mrs. W. L. Lott spent Tho "Plow-Boy" a drill barge leasd -
Samaritan Hospital for the past Walker, Mrs. V. C. Woodward, Mrs.A. warehouse to the office building.The .
i Sunday in Sarasota. ) by the engineers was grounded I
few weeks. H. King, Mrs. Frank Cothern. coat is intended at this time
i ut damage was slight and she was
i George Royal and B. McLaughlin Mrs. R. J. Williams, Mrs. J. L. 'i 1 ack in operation the following merely to prevent ravelling of ma-
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Cothern, Mr. terial and to keep down dust.
j I returned from business Whitaker All of the line of A
have a trip and Rev. H. G. McLeroy.MRS. day. pipe the
and Mrs. Ben Cothern, Mrs. Cora j permanent top coating is plannedat
i to New York. dredge Welatka was disconnectedand
Cothern and Mrs. Annie Mitchell, some future date. '
.. MILLER HOSTESS TO blown ashore with a ,great deal
if. all of Lakeland the guests ;
,
,A. C. Clewis and J. A. Griffin were I BRIDGE CLUB I of damage and the pipe line from
MEMBERS
.. I Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Van :
i of Tampa were recent business'i the Arundel dredge, General, suffered -
Cothern and Mr. and Mrs. Frank --
"i y visitors in Clewiston. Cothern. Mrs. Leslie Miller was hostess I I i the same fate. Both dredges } Y" HUNTING
I- rode out the gale in creditable
Wednesday afternoon' to members !I
Ij i Mr. and Mrs. F. Edward Bryant i iI manner. F- foxMore
j Wm. Petzold, jr. of Detroit'' was of
her
) bridge club. Mrs. R.
week-end of Mr. and
I were guests The high ,wfnds were generalover
IJ? Mrs. F. Deane Duff. the guest for one'day the first of Smith won. high prize, a piece N'I I the entire lake area but the
; this week'of M. E. Von Mach. Mr. BUSINESS
; lingerie and Mrs. H. ,R. Hall won east shore appears to have borne -
brother to
Petzold accompanied' his
I! Mr. and Mrs. Fred Flanders of the brunt of the gale. Many Try Our Ads
Florida, the, brother participatingin cut prize, a pair of pictures..' crops
d Moore Haven of friends
were guests
were badly whipped by the wind
.the 'yacht: races from St. Peters- Salad, iced tea and date bars
r here Wednesday evening. and practically ruined before the
burg to 'H'avana.Mr. were served by the hostess to Mrs.

: Glen Etherton and D. E. Jones Smith! Mrs. Hall, Mrs. Carl ing frost had which a chance followed to nip Sunday them. morn FOR RENT-Two
Many sleeping
; ., and Mrs.. E. C. Mills, Gene son, Mrs J. W. Ezelle, Mrs. JOhn-I I rooms. I
were business visitors in Miami acres of tender vegetables saved Phone 76. F. 'L. Williamson. tf.
,
J' Tuesday. and Bub Mills,' Mr. and Mrs. F. ,M. Thomas, Mrs. W. H. Lanier
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i -. Rodriguez-. and Mrs. J.. F. Mrs. Keathley Bowden. I .
f Morrison,, Mr. and Mrs.: C. 'T. Hurst IMRS. I 1.-------------------
Mrs. J. ,A. McGehee and Mrs. -
a G. B. Rackstraw were visitors Tuesday and ,Miss. Abbie Metzger attendedthe O'BRIEN GUEST AT I 1.I I I

r in Fort Myers. rodeo, n''Moore, Haven Sunday: I SUPPER, PARTY TUESDAYMrs. SPESSARD L.
atternoon and enjoyed a picnic I I '

I ,I : Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Henderson supper at Citrus Center later.: ,Frank, O'Brien, of Detroit, HOLLANDFOR [ 9. :

I: and daughter, Joan, have left for ---.. who is the guest of her sister, Mrs. JJ/

''I J Tifton, Ga., to reside. Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Van' Gosen, M. E. Von Mach, was honor guest GOVERNOR' u

d L who are spending the winter -in at a chicken supper given by Mrs.

I Mrs. F. L. Tatum of Lake Worthis Yankeetown,' Florida; visited .Mr. G. H. Small and Mrs. C. ,E. Minerat OF FLORIDA L '

visiting ,Mr. and Mrs. W. D. and: Mrs." J. D. 'Leydig Wednesday. the Miner' home Tuesday evening.The Is native Flori-
a N,, :+
They were making a trip throughthe HOLLAND
4Ii King. guests were Mr. and "Mrs. and raised in
cross-state waterway, and Mr.
M. E. Von Mach, Mrs. O'Brien, Mr. Bartow. He is a graduate of the (V s
Mrs. Ida 'Cox of LaBelle is the and Mrs. Leydig accompanied themas "
and Mrs. R. Y. Patterson, Mr. and University of Florida Enlisted %'
guest for a couple of weeks of her far as LaBelle. Mrs. George Yon, Mrs. Mary Kettl, shortly after United States en-f

,t \ daughter, 'Mrs. Frank Cothern. GARDEN CLUB ATTENDS Mrs. Virginia Jordon, G. H. Small tered \\.o 'ldP.ar.. Member 24th.
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and C. E. Miner.
PAHOKEE Aero Squadron. Brought down
; Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Tippey, Mrs. LECTURE IN ,
I planes. Once shot down. ?
:. i I Z. G. Meredith and Patsy, Meredith I MRS. H. R. HALL HOSTESS enemy "a
j spent Sunday visiting friends in A large group of members of the YESTERDAY AFTERNOON ', I Awarded Distinguished Service d y ,
: i LaBelle. I Clewiston? Garden Club attended alecture1 Cross. Served as county judge t
eight yeai-s before being elected
''i 1 I Iy given on flower arrangementat Using, a ,St. Patrick motif for I Iher state senator. Now serving .. ..
y r i Mrs. Margaret O'Brien has returned the Woman's Club clubhousein Holland '
., is party accessories, Mrs. :H. R. eitghth year. sponsored '
Jt to, her home in Detroit after Pahokee .'Friday'afte'noon.' Hall entertained with a bridge party School Code. He voted to abolish

i a visit here with her sister, Mrs.' The lecture was given by Mrs. yesterday afternoon.( Roses, candy- I Workmen's compensation Act,

j M. E. Von Mach and family. Fletcher Pearson Crown, Atlanta, tuft, calendulae and pansies were Teachers' Retirement, Florida
poll tax:: as voting requirement.
----- whose services were secured by the in in I
t : arranged vases the living He worked for unemployment in-
I I Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Tippy, Mrs. Community Garden Club of Port room and sun porch where tables surance, assistance for the aged,

I Zerney Meredith, Mrs. Harry Sal- Mayacca, Pahokee and Canal Point. were arranged.Mrs. the blind, and dependent chil- ,
I, linger were recent visitors in West I Included' in the group from Clew- Bennett McLaughlin receiveda dren.

Palm Beach. iston were Mrs. W. H. Lanier, Mrs. pastel colored chocolate set as Holland has been a constant foe of the sales tav. He three

I R. H. Knight, Mrs. Willard Simpson, first prize, Mrs. E. W. Durst a box times passed repeal< of the gross receipts tax in the senate. He

Miss Christine Chapman, Miss I Mrs, Olin Carleton, Mrs. Kent of ,powder as low prize, Mrs. J. is against any new taxes.

Christine Bell, Charles Roberts, and I Pendleton, Mrs. J. F. Tippey, Mrs! ., Niblack a costume broach "as:
Bob Harris were Fort Myers visitors Leah, Spicer, Mrs. F. .''Deane Duff, cut prize. Mrs. Gardhouse and The best gauge of what 'aj, man will do in the e-- <4,

,f Sunday. Mrs. O. A. Jones', Mrs. O. F.: Miss Metzger' were given guest future isho RECORD of what he has donein

. Schiffli, Mrs. E., L. Stewart, Mrs.N. remembrances.White .
. Mrs. Eunice A.,' Mosely and Mrs.B. V. S. Mumford, Mrs. J. W. ice cream and cake, each the past. *

A. Robinson of Fayetteville, N. Ezelle, Mrs. M. M. Prewitt, Mrs.H. decorated with green shamrocks,

C., were guests of Mr. and Mrs. I C. Kolstad, Mrs. J. E. Beardsley, were served with coffee at the refreshment This advertisement is paid for by local friends of Spessard L. Holland

W. H. Lanier recently. Mrs. George Royal, Mrs. Keathley hour.

Bowden, Mrs. G. B. Rackstraw, Mrs. The guests were 'Mrs. W. -I
Comptroller J. M. Lee and Mrs. Robert Bair and Mrs. R. M. Bishop. King, Mrs. F. L. Tatum, D'I :"r:N:N:N:M:N:N:N:N:H:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N: :N: :N:N:N:H N:N N:N:N N:N:N:N:N:N N:N:N:N M:N N.:N:N:N:N N:N:NIiI ::

Lee and Mr. Mrs.
and Harry Chanceof Thomas Gardhouse, Mrs. E. f

Tallahassee were week-end visi- EMMA JANE EZELLE H. ..
Cornette, Mrs. Gideon Brown, '
tors in Clewiston. CELEBRATES 4JTH BIRTHDAY Mrs. C. E. Johnson, Mrs. E. ''L. I IiI .
.. Stewart, Mrs. Campbell E. Nall, !: I KNEW YOUb BE BACK, MR.BROWN .- ::

Mrs. Thomas B. Owens has re- I Emma Jane Ezelle whose sixth
,
Mrs. R. C. Wilson, Mrs W. H. {

turned to her home here after a birthday fell on Sunday, celebrated Lanier, Mrs., C. T. ,Hurst, Mrs. E. :_: 'FORTUNES ARE A "FIND" t.P Pi
visit with her mother, Mrs. C. R. I with a party at the home of her W. Durst, Mrs. Bennett McLaughlin,

j Beauchamp, in Okeechobee.Mr. parents, Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, Mrs. J. Grady Niblack, Miss Abbie r .:.

Monday afternoon. Metzger, Mrs., J. W. Ezelle, Mrs. .i '
and Mrs. 'Judson Francis and Volney Robbins won the prize in W. W. Perry, Mrs. W. L. Lott and I

,baby daughter, of Canal Point, I the peanut hunt and Eleanor' Von Mrs. Otto ,Larsen. I
were week-end guests of Mr. and
I Mach the prize in. the donkey game. I y
Mrs. A. O. Ward. Ice cream and 'cake were servedto MRS. YON ENTERTAINS WITH y :

I Carol Augur, Bevoly and Bettye PARTY AT SOUTH BAY HOME yy

Mr. and Mrs. Kent Pendleton, Carol Flaniken, Annette ,O'Day, Billy
;Mr. and Mrs. Keathley Bowden, Broadfoot, Sue Cornette, Claire Mrs. George Yon entertained witha
l $ Mrs. M. M. Prewitt and Mrs. H. bridge party for Clewiston !
Jones, Volney Robbins, Joe Sch- cg .,:.
,C. Kolstad attended the Fair In roeder, Jo Ann Couse, Eleanor Von I friends at her home in South Bay I ';' AY

Moore Haven Saturday.Miss Mach, Kim Kolstad, Shirley Owen, yesterday' afternoon. High prize, I

Carol Joy Alston, Heather Guthrie, a salad service, was won by Mrs.I Y Y ?

Bernice Miller, Philadelphia, Margie Allen, Rachel Miner, Don P. M. McIntyre, low; antimacassarset .Y. ; ;. ; ._.
and a party of friends who are by Mrs. G. B. Rackstraw. Mrs. .1e \
Terrell, Patsy Meredith, Gale Curry, ?
vacationing in Florida, stopped John Schiffli, Evelyn Dodge and Frank O'Brien received Old Spice i i'f ?
Wednesday for a visit with'Mrs.. Anne Prewitt. toiletries as guest remembrance.Mrs. ?

Leah Spicer and Miss Betty Spicer. Yon served congealed salad, I :Y ?

---.. MRS. GLEN ETHERTON .. I nut bread, stuffed dates and toffee Y Y
I Mr. and Mrs. J. ,E. Beardsleyhave ENTERTAINS AT BRIDGE I Mrs. Luther Jones, of Belle I'I't :Y ,?
as their guests, Mr. and Mrs. Glade, Mrs. G. B. Rackstraw, Mrs. X You GET a break the minute you step into a 4'

1 I J. F. Florentine, of Chicago. Mrs. O'Brien, Mrs. M. E. Von Mach, You ,
Wednesday afternoon Mrs. Glen ;% pair of FORTUNE SHOES. get style, com Y
Florentine is a sister of Mr. Etherton entertained members of Mrs. G. H. Small, Mrs. E. C. Mills, s Yf

t Beardsley.. her bridge club, awarding a. Fos- Mrs. P. M. McIntyre Mrs. Mary :_: fort, long wear, quality : : : at a very easy price; ,tY

t toria, server to Mrs. A. C. Carlton, Kettl, Mrs. Virginia'Jordon, That's the reason new customers in our store are _
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Bullen and H.I I
for first prize, bubble beads to Sidney Crochet and Mrs. R. y
i daughter, Emily Joyce, who residedat Mrs. V. C. Woodward for consola- Knight. y y most always regular customers: Your feet are
the Barracks], during the harvest vy
tion and a set of miniature Hershey y them.Parkinson's vy
season, have returned to their homein I worth FORTUNES. Try
High Springs. products to Mrs. B. J. Schroeder, Revival ServicesAt ?
who held the Y
galloping prize.

Pie and coffee were served by ChurchDr. : .
Kenneth Ballinger of West Palm Baptist S1FJomsi Iii Iiiaun
the hostess to Mrs. Harry Knight, 'i rnirrLtEn
Beach was a business visitor here
Mrs. Schroeder, Mrs. R. C. Nowling, .
Saturday. Mr. .Ballinger is cam- 'Mrs. Foy Durrence, Mrs. R. M. George H. Moore, pastor of .= r o
paign manager for Charles Francis Hare, jr. and Mrs. Carlton. the First Baptist church of Fort iy

Coe. Pierce, will begin a series of revival +IknrAr o er t AY
W. M. S. HOLDS BUSINESS meetings at the Clewiston HOiRRY AISTON +:_:
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Mrs. Hortense K. Wells of Tampa, MEETING AT BAPTIST CHURCHThe I .s' t.m+ .w/w.Fv UP ,,
Baptist church on Monday evening, Y
candidate for U. S. Senator 1 fy
spent Y
be held
March 18th. Services will yy
Friday afternoon and Saturday in monthly business meeting of yy
7:45
I daily at 10 a. m. and p. m.
Clewiston. She was a guest at the Womans Missionary Society was I Dr. Moore is'an outstanding
the rodeo in Moore Haven Satur- held Tuesday afternoon at the
pastor and has done splendid workin
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day afternoon.Mr. church with Mrs. B. E. Herring : the Fort Pierce church. Rev. I

and Mrs. A. W. Dodge as hostesses. H. G. McLeroy, pastor of the local
and Mrs. E. E. .. .:.
Kelly, Robert : Reports of various officers were church says "Weare, fortunate to ,
and Lloyd Kelly and Mr. and Mrs. given and plans discussed for a have this man in our midst and y ts
C. E. Nail motored to Miami Sun- stained glass window for the front everyone should hear him. There :A: Incorporated' :::

day. Mr. and Mrs. Nail made the entrance of the church. A fund' will be eleven days of old time Bible A

trip up the coast, from Miami to for the purchase of the window was preaching for Dr. Moore is knownas f fy

West Palm Beach abroad the yacht established. I IC a preacher of the Bible, one .yt

I' a Marpatcha, as guests of the captaIn. :Refreshments of sandwiches and who believes and practices its .
They joined their party 'in West punch were served. j teachings. Everyone Is welcome to :::- .f' :::

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'As Red as Snow'We
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now,"often to designate say. "as pure.white white as,

r THEO GIFT 'WIFE but snow has been known to fall,
: in quite a variety of colorS-yel-:
'
I I. low, black, red, or 'green. The
color is
due to the presence of
t I very tiny plants known as algae.
These cause the green snow that
I !falls occasionally in the Antarctic,
By RUPERT HUGHESCHAPTER the black snow of the high moun-
HUGHES-WNU SERYICI tains of Tatra, in Hungary, and
the bright yellow snow of the
South Orkneys, in New Brunswick.

XI "How can you tell?'She may have Breakfast time found them at Vi- river? And is your liddle-vhat it ored But snow the commonest is red of form all shades of col-
"
-12- needed some money very badly. enna, and Jebb ordered everything is a sister's child?" from a delicate rose
to
"Nonsense, she's got a private he could think of. He smoked Ludlam's "Niece?" blood-red. a deep
To escape the insistent autobiographer Snow of this color has ,
fortune of her own. expensive invicibles till
he
Jebb flung away with regret "Yes. Is your liddle neeze vit ,been seen on the slopes of Mount 'i
"Then how do you know she didn'tgive made himself dizzy and his jailer
,
,
you again? So dear child St. Bernard
a half-finished cigar and said: a never as well as in the Arctic -
it to me? was heartily glad to see Munich was here.
She throws me'soch 'the
a Carpathians
/'I think I'll go to dinner now. "Why should she give you this arrive in the late afternoon of the sweet kiss when she'go the hotel Andes of and the
s South
and America.
"Good idea, said Ludlam, ,
ring? dreariest day he had ever spent. for the last time out."
Invited himself along. "Is she married?" The finishing blow was the discov- Jebb sighed as he answered
At the table he flaunted the odious" "Not that I know of." ery that sister Jennie, never expect- "No, .she is not with me. And: 1
hospitality of the 'wine-opener." "Maybe she exchanged it with me ing her'brother, had gone to Vienna just stopped in a-for a-for a cigar. NIGHT COUGHS
"Got to celebrate this, doctor, he as an engagement token. Wait till for a week's visit. The conciergegave I'm going back to Vienna at once."
said. "Don't meet up with a fellow- you see her. You may find a ring of her address as the Hotel Bristol -; He paid the bill of a Dresden 'surgeon -I I
countryman every day out here.What'll mine on her finger." -a familiar name to Jebb. who had lanced the thumb E
it be, doc?" This random shot staggered Lud- And poor Ludlam was so woe-be- crushed on the train so many epochs T COLDS

"Nothing, thanks." lam, but' it had a backfire that gone and so sleepy from his all- past, and made haste to the station.

"Aw, go on-of course you will. bowled Jebb over, too, for the frightful night vigil that Jebb felt sorry for Several hours of feverish delay be- Need More Than "Salve" To
What do you say to a small bot. of possibility suddenly presented itself him. Jebb had won the confidence a fore the train started, and then ten Quickly Relieve DISTRESS! (r
champagony?" that the other member of the patient and
"trusty" inspired, Lud- hours in Before
a sleeping-car brought himto you go to bed rub your throat,
It began to look as if Jebb would firm; V. Pierpont, Esq., copartnerin lam felt sure of keeping him by the Vienna. He hurried to the Grand chest and back with warming soothing
have to break a plate over the man's the Jebb-Pierpont soul, might actually -I simple device of withholding his return Hotel to pick, up the next trace of because Musterole. You get such QUICK relief
head to escape his despotic hospitality. have taken a fancy to this I fare. He engaged adjoining himself and Cynthia. To his unut- a salve."Musterole It's a marvelous is MORE stimulating than "just
But at length he persuaded Lud- ,Miss Jennie Ludlam and proposedto rooms after assuring him that they terable dismay there was no '.vi- "counter-irritant"which helps breakup
lam to believe him, and Ludlam, her. She might be some patheticold would entrain for Vienna on the dence that V. Pierpont had ever local congestion and pain due to colds

more puzzled than ever, endured the spinster who would jump at a morrow and waddled off to bed. It visited the hotel.'Miserabler'than. Its Used soothing by millions vapors for ease over breathing.30 3
ordeal of drinking alone. proposal from anybody., was not long before his snores came ever from the strengths:Regular,Children's(mild years)and ;
His eye studied Jebb's face and Meanwhile the train was pushingon trumpeting through the thin parti- sudden quenching of fresh-lighted Extra Strong, 40#. Hospital Size $3.0QIn

garb as examiningly as his curiosity through the dark. An iron bridgeat tion. Jebb settled back in a chair in hope, 'Jebb stood looking up and
pried into his history. But the din- Neusatz carried it rumbling his own room, to figure up his expenditures down the sweeping glory of the great
ner was half over before he noticed across the Danube and into the and find how he stood Ringstrasse. 0 ,
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the ring on Jebb's left little finger. plains of lower Hungary. with the future. Just across the street from him he

He looked up quickly into Jebb'a Finally, Ludlam, having failedto saw the Hotel Bristol. His flesh
face, then back to the ring. invent a next step, threw the bur- CHAPTER XII crept at the thought of sister Jen- I

He followed Jebb back to the nie.. Still he had given his word and

smoking compartment and com- --I- When he reached for a fountainpen he would keep it-at a later hour. It the ShadowsAs

pelled him to accept one of his own be kept in the inside pocket of was too early for a call even upon a song bird, is shut up 'in a
cigars. his coat, he found that it had the prospective better half of his dark ,place to learn a new
"Odd looking. ring you got on, dropped through a hole and was lost worser self.Meanwhile. which it could not have learned song in
"
doc in the lining. he would go to the the light, so in our withdrawal into
"Isn't it?" said Jebb. r He slipped off the coat, and, emptying Union Bank and see if by any chance the shadow we are to be taught
"Came from Servia, didn't it?," the pocket, turned it inside out'to there might be a letter there. He some new sweet song in the night
"I don't know." ., examine what he would have had ..
written
I 1 that address in his farewell which 'we may sing ever after in
"
"That's funny. : called the lesion. note to Minima and,he felt all the ears of sad and weary ones.-
, "Think so?" was all Jebb found to .His eye was caught by the white shot' through:: with little lightning J. R. Miller.

I say. label of the tailor. as he thought of finding a message
i. "It's a Servian design all right." ('rI in ''her hand.
MAX WANDL
,
"Is it?

"Ever been in Belgrade?" Schneider At"the bank Jebb'wasrmet with a HEADACHE?

"Passed through it today." 14 Lindenaustrasse, Dresden new facer. Two letters-both from
"I mean-ever stop"off there?" r Here is Amazing Relief of I
Herr V. Pierpont Turkey had indeed arrived for Conditions Due to Bowels
Sluggish
. "I don't think so. ; Herr Jebb-his heart leaped at the
+
.. "You don't think sol"! ) This was the plainest clew Jebb glorious news, and at the sound of / i If act you alike. "I'm not sure." 'had found :yet. 'He cursed himselffor I his own, own name-but according So LJ JJX"'all vegetable laxative.
"That's funny. Don't remember having carried it in his own inside to his recent telegraphed instruc- mild relief thorough from sick refreshing headaches invigorating., bilious spells Dependable -
whether you've been in a place'like'Belgrade : pocket all this while. He had tions, they had been forwarded. to tired feeling when associated with constipation.Untfimtt .
I can't imagine a man idled about Salonica and Constanti- his address in Trieste. niUlOUl Risk druggist.get a25cboxorNRfonyour Wake the test-then
being in Belgrade without remem- nople, trying to retrace his steps, if not delighted return the box to us. We will
So impatience foils refund the
impatience. purchase _
bering it." when he might have taken this short price. That' fair. MofeRm, m
"I think I'll go to my berth and cut and picked up the thread far There seemed to be nothing left Get NR Tablets today W j
, take a nap." back, near its beginning, without the for Jebb except to cast himself

i.' .'Before you go, doctor, would you loss of so many irretrievable days.A adrift on the tide of circumstanceand
;, mind letting me,look at,that ring?" crepitation from the sleeping trust to luck again. It's Source J

::.. "Does it interest you?" Behemoth next door reminded Jebb When Jebb reached the Hotel Britol s"Waiter, what's the meaning of..
: "Yes.". that on the morrow he was bookedfor he asked if Mr. Ludlam were reg this button in my salad?"

r. Though he wanted to jab the man f Vienna, a wild-goose chase far istered there. No, but Miss Ludlam "Ah, that'll be due to the salad
down the line I was. He sent his name up, and asked sirf'
a foolish with !
; tryst I dressing,
F In the fat face with it, Jebb held his
for her brother. Word
. one of V. Pierpont's flirtations.A was returned I ,..
'hand out"meekly."Would If Mr. Jebb would wait in the that Mr. Ludlam was absent, but
:. you mind if I took it off?" reception room.. surging impulse to get to Dres- that his sister would be down in
; said Ludlam. den at once swept over him. He SK'WFIRST THOUGHT AT
five minutes if'Mr. Jebb would wait
"Is there any reason why you den on his .prisoner,. and demanded threw on his coat and hurried downto in the reception room. rl THE FIRST WARNING
the office where he learned
r.: should?" : that A woman's five minutes! Jebb re- ST OF COLDS'ACHES OR
"Is there any reason why Iehouldn't "Well, what are you going to do hour.an express for Dresden left in an tained his cigar and'tried to imagine INORGANIC PAIN
(, ?" about this ring?" what sister Jennie would look like.,
[ He did not wait for the dolorouslift Si.Josephj111eASPIRIN
"You have it, haven't you?" He kept his eye on the clock and
"None whatever, said Jebb. ; he ran up the stairs, threw into
when the five
minutes he
were
.
Instantly the ring was slipped "Yes, but- his suitcase what little he had taken threw his cigar and saunteredinto gone ////
from his finger and Ludlam was "Keep it, and call it square." I out, and, retrieving his fountain pen ,the away luxurious reception-hall,

'. holding it close, his piggish eyes, "Oh, no, you don't. I want to I' from the depths of his coat, wrote wondering how large a section of Knows Only Price
staring into the inner surface. know how you got it. There maybe Ludlam a note. an hour sister Jennie's five minutes The cynic is one who knows the

, "Ugh-hugh! he snorted like an some foul play here. I haven't Dear Mr. Ludlam: represented. price of everything and the value ,-
'. angry boar, "I thought so." heard from Jennie for a couple of Sorry I can't 'It had been a long time since he of nothing.Wilde.USE .
accompany
"You what?" months and-You're coming with you
thought to Vienna. Called elsewhere sud- had sat in fashionable continental
,. "See those initials, 'C. to J.'?" me to Munich." Will hotel and watched a peacock alley
denly. join at Hotel
L "Well." "Munich? I get off at Budapest.". you parade. FINE SWEDISH CHROME STEEL BLADES
Bristol as soon as possible. Kind
IS FULLY GUARANTEED
h
r "Well" How do you come to have "If you do, I'll get off and swear regards to sister Jennie. ,But among the women moved one KENT 7 10 Single Doubl.Edge Edg.Blades Blade or 10 C
I'. It? out a warrant for your arrest." who caught Jebb's eye by some sub-
r; "My name is Jebb." "You haven't a scintilla of evi- Yours hastily, tle differentness from the crowd. He
"But' who does 'C' stand for?" dence." D. Jebb. could ,not see her face, though the

f "That's my affair." "They'll detain you till I get it. He pushed this under Ludlam's back of her head, the glimpse of an
GOOD
y.; '"I'm not so sure of that, young I've got friends in Budapest." door and, rushing downstairs, leaped ear or a cheek strongly implied DAUGSiOAES
t.;;.- fellow. I've been kind of suspicious Jebb was fairly wringing his brain into a cab beauty. Her form was beautiful,

of you all along. You're so blamed for memory and wisdom. He was Little Max Wandl was circumambulating too; and she was graceful. UAGFIOTTLE ,aUV
close-mouthed I thought there must eager to reach Trieste, yet he had no a hugely globular Saxon, She paced awhile aimlessly,' i
be some reason." assurance of finding the child there. and recording the distance with a I paused to look aimlessly out of a 61.40 loaR A
"Your thoughts and suspicions He had probably passed through Mu- tape-measure. He paused long window, sat down at a desk', as if 'rLLsot ?..: y 4,
don't interest me. Give me the ring nich on his flight south from Co- enough, when confronted with Jebb's to write, seemed to decide not to
and keep your opinions to yourself." logne. Munich might be the very question, to say that he had deliv-: write, rose. At length, however, 1 hucgs "- lessPdRel
"Oh, I guess not. This ring says spot where he had lost Cynthia. ered the suit to V. Pierpont at the she dropped into a chair with a visi-
. C. to J. My first name is Charlie "You say your sister will meet Hotel Bellevue. Jebb hurried to the ble if not audible sigh of ennui and 1
!r-' and my sister's is Jennie. She was you in Munich?" Bellevue and was met by a smiling stared at the floor.

r. born in June and her birth-stone is "Yes, she lives there most of the host. And now Jebb could study her
f. a moss-agate, or a mocha-stone, as time." "Goot-efternoon, Meester Bier- face. At once he knew that he had
:'., they call it over here." bont. Pleasst to see you again." ''met her somewhere-but where?
". "So that's what that is," said "Well, ,I'll "go along with you. It amazed Jebb to see how well She was wonderfully beautiful, but
K.. Jebb, an old riddle answered, "just "You will! everybody remembered Pierpont.But where had he seen her? WATCHYOU
: a plain moss-agate!" "I'll go with you on one condi- Mine Host was saying: Her timid eyelids rose and her
,,: '"I guess I'll have to have you arrested tion." "You liked Vienna?" gaze ran about the room, as if she
l; doc." "What's that?" "Vienna-oh yes." were lonely and afraid. Her eyes
'':. "Arrested? Arrested for what?" "That you pay my expenses there "But you have come to ,Dresden did not see him, but he saw her can depend on the
f, "For stealing this ring." and back to Budapest. back. That is right You have us eyes. There was no mistaking those sales the

i; "Stealing it-you-oh, I can't even "Pay your expenses? Well, I guess your ledders to forvart getoldt, but eyes. He tried to call her name, merchants' of our town
get mad at such a fathead as you, not. Why should I?" he did not come any ledders. In but his pale lips commanded only announce in the columnsof
Mr. Ludlam. But just to humor "I never heard of a prisoner pay- fact, if you ,pardon me, I forvart to .a' murmur: this paper. They mean
I, J you, let me ask you how 'you could ing his own fare, did you?" you de bill of de doctor who. has "Miruma! Minima!" money saving to our
have me arrested?" "All right," Ludlam growled. your t'umb geopened, and de letterhe (TO BE CONTINUED) readers. It always pays to

:,: "For having this ring in. your,,pos- That night, in the berth that Lud- has back come." patronize the merchantswho
'::. session." lam paid for, Jebb slept uneasily, "Where did you send it?" said 'Unfinished Business' advertise. They are
0' "Is it your ring?" for his dreams were a nightmare of Jebb. In a study of "Unfinished Busi- not afraid of their mer-
I fI;' "No, but-it's my sister's." war between his Minima and Pier- "The Grand Hotel in Vienna. I ness" in America, one.authority reports -
"Is :she here?" pont's Jennie over the possession of. remember you said such a nice that 200,000 railroad grade chandise or their prices.
\, "No, but-I know it's hers." their Siamese lovers. name it is, I like it." crossings are yet to be eliminated,
!..' "How do you know she didn't sell He would have slept :so much bet- "Yes, yes. I will pay the bill now 20,000,000 families are still without
it'to me?" ter had he known that Ludlam sat up if you have it.. telephones, 'one out of five families I[THE SPECIALS'T I

"She wouldn't' sell.a.birthday. pres all night to make sure of his,not escaping "It is no hurry. 'Vill you have lacks a radio, and only 38 percent
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t&firtVidlOtf M5WB -- i
lilt] FRIDAY MARCH
PAGE ml 15, i04tt
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I I, Postmaster 'Slas and his staff to tion of Lake Okeechobee would be who came danced and had a good Results of this week's. survey will

better handle the ever-increasing open for. bass fishing during the time. probably be made known. within a

BOWLING volume of Clewiston mail. closed season, ;March 15 to May 1, The students are very glad to short. time.Drainage.

M. R. Morgan, post-office lease yesterday' brought sharp protests have the opportunity of having these t'\
inspector is here today looking from local fishermen, conservationists school dances and hope to make Board
over the quarters and seemed very and officers of the Lee County them a regular occurence. There .
Moore Haven took a tighter grip well pleased with the new office. Wildlife federation. G. A. Lund- will be another held on Friday

on first place in the bowling league quist, president of the Lee county night, March 8 at eight o'clock. (Continued From Page One)"
this' week by,. defeating the Clew- SUGAR OFFICIALS c: federation, wired Merlin Mitchell, The floor Is smooth and we are C. ,L. Excelsion, Coral Gables, but I
iston Realty team: three straight HERE LAST WEEK secretary of the Florida Wildlife Looking forward to some good Thomas M. Cook asked for more I

games on. their home, alleys but federation, 'and Dr. Ernest Bostle- times. time to revise his proposition' as i!
the'Ierchants' team' kept nippingat G. LaGuardia, head of the sugar nan, director of the' ''local federa- he said conditions had changed

their heels in second place by division of the Agricultural Adjust- tion, protested' to the state game SPANISH CLUB \ considerably since It was submitted. -
taking three. from the USSC Office ment Administration and Dr. R. and fresh water commission against The Spanish Club met Thursday '

team and Royal's moved up a spot D., Rands, plant 'pathologist of the opening any part of the lake to morning in the auditorium. Mrs. James E. Beardsley Clewiston
,
by taking three from the commissary Department of. Agriculture, both of bass fishing during the spawning Miyares read us several articles. nominated Vice-Chairman ,
team. These matches were Washington, D. C. were visitors I season of the gamey big-mouths. George
from Cuba. We elected
a reporterto
I I A. Chalker, city. On the roll call
played Monday night. here on, Saturday of last week and "I don't just understand the take. care of news of the ,Club. I Tennant was elected by the votes
the High School team consulted Roy Warnock on phases I said :Mr. Lundquist "butI We also elected
Last night ; ruling, a program com- of Commissioners Lyon, Thad "41
program in this and r
took three from the' Chamber of of the AAA I certainly am against it. It Is a mittee of two, namely Louise Roath, I Carlton, Fort Pierce, and his own.
'
Commerce to sink the CCs a little adjoining counties. rule of nature that you can't huntor and Paul, Pullen. It was decided Action was taken
on negotiations -
deeper in the cellar and advance They remained in Clewiston until fish in breeding or spawning that we would correspond with
with the
bondholders -
themselves to third place., (. Tuesday, .stopping at the Clewiston seasons without' destroying the Latin-American. people, and learn I committee -
after Attorney Fred H. Kent
The highest individual Sscore) of Inn. game. All 'good 'sportsmen worked about their customs, so that we I had explained their
status.
present
the week was by Stallions of the I for the] closed season! on bass. Now might become, more interested in
1 He H
: said : ,C. Rorick, Toledo,
Royal team, 196. His 504 the Lake Is .PartiallyContinued ,' Peeples' and .Kennedy4\ are about to the, Spanish.}, :people., ',' I I chairman of the committee, had
same evening was' High individual spoil all our best meant, efforts. I latest
"' rejected the ,board's offer for
match total. Moore Haven's 759 ( From Page 1)) It's; just because a few guides or WHO'S WHO? refunding the district's $9,400,000

was the highest single r game total. the lake boundary. persons around the lake want to What girl made a pretty bundleof of outstanding bonds and submitteda

The' standings: Following are comments concern- make some money today out of pink 'an white on the skating counter-proposal to exchange the

Team standingsTeam Pet ing the law from the Moore Haven', fishermen'who may come' to their rink floor Tuesday night? old bonds for new ones on a par
W. L. Palm Beach and Fort Myers papers: part of the lake. But in a few What boy caused a great deal basis, at a lower rate of interest.
....... 15 3 .833 ; l'
Moore Haven _._ 1 ears there will be no fishing un- of hard feeling toward him from :
Merchants ...............:..15 6 .714 Jess'we protect the bass. Such the girls The board passed a motion to
(Moore Haven Democrat) by trying to tame a wild
HighSchool ................ '14 10 .583 short sighted policies will ruin animal? instruct the secretary to advise the
Royal's ....;....:.............: 13 11SU A question as to the legality of Florida's reputation as 'a portsman's bondholders committee''' all offers:
fishing for black bass in that por- What high school teacher admit- tendered by the board have been
U. S. S. '.C. ..........,- 10 11 .476 paradise.-Fort Myers ''Press
; tion of Lake Okeechobee within the ted a theft. to Mr. Turk Thursday withdrawn and all proposals sub-
C. R. and D. ............ 9 12 ,429
Commissary; ) ................ 7 17 .292 boundaries of Glades county appeared morning? mitted by the committee are defi-
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C. of, C. .:.............. ....... 4 17 .190 to be solved when this week a What history student,' after I nitely declined.A .
', letter was received by Representative I stammering for about five minutes brief statement regarding the

'" Monday, March 11 -, J. H. Peeples from I. N. Kenn-' SCHOOL NEWSEditor over recitation ::. .:,, Merchants t edy, ,,executive secretary of the State "I'm a little nervous"? I'refunding plan was made by Tut-:

Logan ............ 164. 151 154 Game and Fresh Water Fish Com- .What senior girl 'has taken a live- hill Ketchum, 'representing the .
the law ..._............ Dick Patterson .' I
144 mission, acknowledging j., interest certain ? He is
in said it
ly boy proposedto
Kelly' .............. 114. :: a I concern.
Schroeder ........ 128 101, passed by the 1925 legislature set- Assistant Editor ...., Doris Hodges What sophomore girl has a senior make a complete survey of the

Martin ............ 127 180 155 ting up definite boundaries between I Sports Editor _._.. Dick Tarleton boy for a taxi driver?, financial and physical conditions
Markette ........ '139 152 123 Glades and Palm Beach county in Assistant Sports Editor What Junior boy became too hot of the, district without expense to

Wilcox ............. 85 the lake.In I Louise Lelter' for long pants and rolled' up his the district, in order to determineits

George, .......... 111 a letter received from Kennedylast Society .._............... Marie ,Robbins trousers and shocked the English ability to pay on the principal
Total ...:...... 672 669 687 week he stated that the local Features and Clubs, Julia Oglesby teacher? 'Hint-he needs a shave. indebtedness, 'amounting approximately -

U. S. S. C. Adm. law passed by the 1939 session of Humor ............._.__.... Ed'Von Mach What sophomore girl has a mania to $18,000,000.

Von Mach .... 103 139 142 the Legislature permitting. fishing Advisor............__.........:. Mr. :Lado for skating instructors? I On the basis of these findings,
Bestor ............ 104 : 96 during the closed season with hook I What, certain girls went daffy he stated, the two bond houses

Bigg ................ 132 134 147 and 'line would apply to the ''taking I '-?_ _'_,,_.- _.-. ,-__ over meeting two northern boys I will underwrite the refunding operation -
Schiffli .......... i03 of bass but inasmuch as all of Lake from Detroit? I I offering creditors either
Crochet .......... 111 146 118 Okeechobee was in Palm Beach SENIOR CLASS PARTY Why were all the high schoolgirls I cash or new- bonds for the hold-

Shelley......... 112 118 county the law would only affect Last Wednesday night the Senior wearing aprons last week?, ings, if itIs found this can be

Moran '............ 6S bass fishing 'In waters'within the Class of Clewiston High School What group of students put a I done on terms acceptable to the

Total .......... 663 627593 county. This cleared up the idea went on a weiner roast on the : certain boy on the "blacklist" for board.A .
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that some of the game wardens Ridge. Games' were played and I damaging a new desk? I warning against hasty action

.. J-i .- U. S. S.,C. Commissary had, expressed that hook and line I music was furnished by a portable 'The latest' fads aroun'd school 'are I "in such an important matter"was

Hager ...........134. 144 136 fishing did not apply, to rod, and radio. 'Everybody had their fill of taming snakes, wearing aprons, and I sounded by Thomas M.: ,Cook,

Boone ........:..... 114 .13603 reel fishing., I wein'ers, soda-pop and marshmallows skipping detention hall. who said he would like to have
Waters .....:...... 174 119 :.97 )Immediately a letter, was ,dispatched and'a'" good time was enjoyed byall. more time in order to revamp his
Baas ........;::.;..:' 110 144 $7 tq Mr. Kennedy and followed a: The teams close .the season showIng -I proposal. He told the board he 'had

Kolstad .....:.... 105 75 137 day later by a telegram calling ,his Those attending' 'were. Florence only two wins, both of those not learned of yesterday's meeting,,

Total.......... 637 618"-570 attention to Chapter 10596, Actsof I Graham, Louis Letter, Edyth ,Nell by the boys over Moore Haven. The until the evening before.. His com-
Royal'sF ; : 1925 which established a definite Cornette, J. D. Hooker, Lee girls were defeated in every'game I pany's original offer provided,' for -,

Holin'worth 148: 124 147J. boundary line for the county i Pridgeon, Dick Patterson, J. B. played. 'The' boys scored 170 total a survey, without expense to the
Holin'worth 149. 141 142 extending from the mouth of Kis- I Brantley, Ed 'Von Mach, Maxine points to 232 for their opponentsand district, and provided for its em- '

Stallions ......... 149, 159 196 simmee River southward to the I: Doty, A.: D. Frith, Munselle Stone, the girls scored 59 points ployment as fiscal agent, as did

Driggers ......... 85, 109 Hendry-Glades county corner' near J'Hervey Bourne, Walter Zuhn with against, opponents 235. Carol Redish the Excelsion plan.
McLaughlin .... 152 108 Clewiston, this line passing Observation -] Mrs. Miyares as chaperone. was high scorer for boys with 50 I "It is our Idea that three major

Wilson '............ 116 97 Island slightly the east ,and points and J. B. Brantley followed I factors must be given considerationin
. Total.......... 683' 648 "691 including all ,of the best fishing I INTRAMURAL BASKETBALL closely with, 49. Ed Von Mach with any readjustment of the district's
....:-.- grounds of Lake Okeechobee. The, intramural basketball season 30 points was third. For the girls I debt structure," said Mr. Cook.
C. R. and D. Since receipt of Mr.'Kennedy's: let- I l is rapidly drawing to a close. June Hooker was high with 23 "They are the bondholders, the

Wilson _......... 147 100 139 ter news dispatches have been sent to The Junior high has finished play- points, Margaret Von Mach second large landowners and the independent

Bell .........!...... 110 '.119 122 all the daily papers and sport columnists -I ing and the high school has only with 13 points and Marie Robbins landowners. Many of the

Swain. ......*...... 89 100 94 in South Florida' and local ,I a few more games to play. third with., 9.Engineers. latter were pioneers 'in the Glades

Holstine ...._..... 106 108 163 fishing camp operators have been I Teams two and three of. the and they are deserving, of all the

Tippey ............ 135 108 126 lending cards to all points tellingthe High School are tied for first place. Raise River protection that can be thrown
Total..........587 535 644 people that they may come here I Two games are being played every I around them. The other two groups
Moore Haven and fish for bas from March 15 to I I physical education period in order To 14.0 ElevationThe I also must be protected and the -

Settle ............. 133' 144 172 May 1 when the se'ason is closed in that 'we may get through sooner. interests of all of them harmonized

Flanders... 156 99 he remainder of the state. : ''I After the basketball, .season is in any refunding plan that may be I

Couse ..........:.. 108 161 The text of Mr. Kennedy's letter i over diamond, ball is going to be United States Engineers began adopted.
Bowden .......... 137 159 155 'ollows: started. raising the level of the Caloosa- "I am not criticizing the other
Hardy ..,...._... 140 132 162 Honorable J. H. Peeples, hatchee Canal on ,Wednesday of this proposals you have 'before you, butI

Vorhees ..... 106 Moore Haven, Fla., SCHOOL DANCE I week to a fourteen foot level, in want to remind you that the .
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Dowd ............... 109 I Dear Mr. Peeples: The ,Clewiston High School held. order to make a survey of the area problem is a complicated one and .
Total. ........... 674 640 '759 This will acknowledge receipt of its second dance Friday night. There which would be flooded by the riverat I its proper solution will require a
our telegram of even date in, which were many of the, high school this height.. W. C. Nail and H. lot of study."
THURSDAY GAMES MARCH 14 /ou call my attention to an ,old pupils .there.. A few of the last' A. Land are in, charge of the sur- The board decided to ask At-
Chamber of Commerce 'ocal law, Chapter 10596, Acts of year graduates attended the affair vey. torney General George Couper

Weaver .......... 110 100 110 1925, which amended the Act of Carawan Nelson, at the engineer: Gibbs, or a member of his staff,

Lawrence' ........ 109 '931 creating Glades county.' also.Mr..' Turk provided the music sub-office here said today that the I to attend the meeting next Wed-

Parkinson; 4..... '115 116 105 This is th
Clark ...'........... 115 153 121 been called to my attention and The collection of records was quite : that''' no results had been made I Kent in the preparation ofa

Ward .............. 139 149 147 ve have assumed that the Act of remarkable.. We, have many of the' known as yet. In his opinion I contract, 'if a refunding deal is

Lanier .... .... 118 76 1921 set up the boundary lines of most popular pieces. there would be a comparativelysmall I made.
Total..::::.?. 688' ,636 .559 Hades county. I note, however, There were many of the parents I. acreage, flooded by the raised I
High: School hat Chapter 10596, Acts of 1925, present and they seemed to" enjoy level.' It will not be necessary, he Florida Second State.

Waters ........._ 156 163 151 ives to Glades 'county approximate- themselves very: much. '.. said, .to conduct experiments at i
Stone ...:........ 11?. 124 135 'y five. '' (5). townships in.Lake: Okee- Those, stt dGntswho do not know. other levels for the data gatheredat In Aid To Blind '
Von Mach ... 121 hobee. Therefore, the 1939 local '14-foot wouid be sufficientto
; -- 106 '.'. 146 how to dance, were taught by the the .
Vaughn-.. .;"';l. 120 --lp2.Ju... 115 'aw would apply to this area and older, ones. who" 'did know 'how. The compute. the effect of other levels.
Brantley- ...:.... .145 ,149 154 .vould be open to the- taking of dances' committee decided that, This' su'rvey follows up efforts Jacksonville, Fla., March 15-

.Total' .........., 659 : 644 :701 )lack bass with hook and line. I, twenty-five cents would be the which have been made during the (Special-Florida) continues secondin
I ,certainly thank you for callinghis charge for the evening's dance. past two years for a higher water the number of recipients of Aid
U. S. S., C. Office to attention. Blind 100,000 populationin'
my The proceeds will go to buy more 'evel in the Caloosahatchee above to the per
Crochet .......... 169 123 155 Very truly yours, the entire United States, accord-
records'and to for the radio. Ortona Locks during dry periods I
Bestor ....,....... 109 pay here today -
132 I. N. Kennedy, Our dance'starte"d at eight o'clock when' all moisture in the soil is I ing to figures made public
Bigg ................ 120 84 79 Executive Secretary. ended at ten. needed for growing crops and for from the .offices of the State
Moran ..._........ 112 88 Okeechobee and Hendry counties and range grass for cattle. The droughtof I Welfare Board. 4

Von Mach ..... 169 113 '138 Iso passed local laws in 1939 OMITTED LAST WEEK) 1938 drew attention to the low With 147 per 100,000 population,
Schiffli ....... ... ,112 Imilar to that for this county ( based on the 1930 federal census,
per- SCHOOL HAS DANCE FRIDAY level when the canal took away
Shelley .. .....: Maine, with 156,
., 117 nitting black bass fishing duringhe AFTERNOON all water in the mucklands for I Florida is running
Total ...-'...... 679 520: '. 621u.S'S.'C. closed season but as the boun- A school dance was held in the some distance each side or.the. a close race for top honors.In .
; Commissary laries of those counties is th'eJ.ke I canal, also dried up all water holeson the Sixth Social Security Dis-
1
from three-forty-
Hager ...........: 125 11>5 178 it is not know whether an noon March the prairies from which cattle trict, with which it is grouped
Waters .......... 1'21 131 123 fort will be made 'to prevent fish- five .to five fifteen o'clock. the were accustomed to drink, and made Florida has a long lead over its
Boone ............ 124 126 ng in lake waters adjacant to these A committee was elected by would nearest competitor. The number of
and the prairies 'so dry the grass
Harper ........., 107 151 126 ounties. students to move the 'seats recipients per 100,000 populationIn
Cattle died by the hun
Kolstad ....:..... 121 153: 145 take care of the floor and make not grow.' the district, by states, follows:

Oliver ............ 89 County Attorney Harry A. John- the general arrangements for' these dreds. Florida, 147; Alabama, 21; Georgia,
Total .......... 598 679 698 Ion said last night he was un- fiances. These will be in charge of The present fixed spillway at 34 Mississippi, 33; South Carolina,
Ortona is at 11.5 elevation and a ;
I all such affairs in the future.A .
ware of any law that places part'f 46 Tennessee, 62.
six-inch raise was givenas ;
large number of students at- temporary
New Lake Okeechobee in
PostofficeContinued in Glades couny Florida also leads the district
I dance'and' had a partial relief. Landowners of
all
tended the we
it being the of ,
understanding the average grant to the sightless /
the valley, with the exception
'\'al a swell time. The students were upper
rfS-f's that Palm Reach couny .' compared to: Mis-
with 12.41, as
( From Page 1) able to hear the new radio and I of, .a few nearer the locks have
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extends to the west shore of the sissippi, $7.36; Alabama, $8:90: ; )
the doorway leading into the office. ake. record player'. for the first time contended that fourteen feet wouldbe
The interior of the office is -Palm Beach Post. and they were all thrl11ed and much an ideal height as a maximum Georgia, $10.02; South'' Carolina,

large: ,and roomy a&a should, permit Word that the Glades county por- pleased with 'the music Everybody during extremely dry periods. $10.47 and Tennessee, .$1102.




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