The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00779
 Material Information
Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: March 22, 1940
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
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notis - ACA5652
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System ID: UF00028415:00779
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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III i CANDIDATES MUST BE I Local Men Buy 1] Spoke Here Monday 1 1j Fishing Is Good NO AGREEMENT IS l

Cub Training ShipV. I ,From Johnson Camp


v C. Woodward and Wilbur The closed season on black bass \

I II FOR COUNTY OFFICE Goff, local aviation enthusiasts who fishing in other parts of the state ON REFUND PLAN
had no effect on the numbers com-
'" ,, have just received their solo licenses '
t'I ing here to fish in Lake Okeecho-
this week purchased a. 1937 model
II SEEKERS UNDER WIRE Piper Cub training ship from r fiir Johnson says that the bass WEST PALM BEACH
THURSDAY NIGHT Charles Miller who has been con- are biting' fine at this time and none NEXT THURSDAY
I of those who have been out have
t ducting a class in aviation here for
u Just before going to press we : several months. complained or'not getting action. The Everglades Drainage DIstrict'
learn that C. E. :Miner! has qualified One man caught fifty bass in one board, meeting jointly with members .
t as a candidate for clerk of the The ship, most popular, of the day but brought in only the legal of the Landowners Protective

circuit court in opposition to the new light planes, is powered by a : ar limit, returning the ,others to the League in West Palm Beach Wednesday '

't\ incumbent, AV. T. Hull. 40-h.p. Continental motor, handles t, kUY b1 ; water as soon as they were landed. for the purpose of consider-

f 1 Mr. Miner, for a number of ;years easily for the beginner and has a d Numbers of fish ranging in weight ing three proposals for the refund- ,.

!! .y has served as chief tax clerk for slow landing speed which makesit from six to eight pounds are being ing of the indebtedness of the district -
the United States Sugar Corpora- taken. adjourned late that afternoon
tion. He is at present a member much safer. The genial fish camp operatoris with no action taken. Another
II I of the county school board andsecretary Mr. Miller, who has been working expecting a big business in sport meeting has been called for next.
of the State Association since the first of the year in the fishing this spring and summer Tuesday.

( 1, of School Bjoard Members; is a i traffic department for the United much larger than during the winter An account of the meeting which' '
I.. member of the, Everglades Fire I States Sugar Corporation left Wednesday when the weather has' been most appeafed in the Palm Beach Post is

I i Control Board and was recently for Melbourne where he unattractive both for the fishermen as follows:
: I' elected chairman of the board. will conduct a class in aviation this and the fish who took to the deeper Before the commissioners are

I L /" Clewiston' has been his home for summer. He expects to return to water as: soon as cold weather three proposals, one submitted by

I many years and he is well known Clewiston, at the beginning of the struck. He is building a numberof Thomas M. Cook, and Company,

c. I! over the entire county. next harvest. season and continue FULLER WARREN new boats to be equipped with one by Carl V. I., Excelsien, Coral
/, d J with his classes here. I outboard motors and 'will have ten I Gables and one presented jointlyby
I The deadline for the qualificationof Only three of the ,class' have secured I new units complete by the beginningof Stifel, Nicolaus and Company,

for state and county solo licenses Woodward, FULLER WARREN IS duck season next I fall. Chicago and Robert H. Cook, Inc., .
[ offices has been established in Goff and Harold Dukes and Pat Among the fishermen trying their Miami. Both Thomas M. Cook and

I Hendry county for tonight (Friday) McGehee had previously securedhis luck from the camp this week are, Excelsien submitted new propositions -,

\ at midnight despite various interpretations solo license. Others in the FIRST CANDIDATETO the following: supplemental to ones they. .

:1 of the new law which class some of whom have made Elmer Hall, Miami; L. J. Richard, tendered the board a year or more,
has caused many of the counties to enough hours to solo but have yet Mobile; G. W. Schnute, Fort

'/ set the deadline for Saturday night. to take physical examinations and SPEAK HEREFuller Lauderdale; I. C. Strauss, Sumter, ago.Under the Cook proposal the

I i The law, passed by the 1939 legislature ,- tests are Parker Wilson, Hervey S. C.; J. H. Moddrell, :Hollywood; concern would have four months
!I requires that candidates beI Bourne, Dick Patterson, Miss Irene J. Gidwitz, Chicago;, Tex Harmon in which to make a survey and

I> I i i i qualified forty-five days before theJ Hillstone, Harry' Turner of Clewis- Warren, first gubernatori- and J. H. Wood, Montgomery, Ala.; submit a refunding plan for: con-
J.i'jo first primary which is on May 7. ton and Lloyd Farnam and ConnallyNail al candidate ,to' bring'. his campaign Brise Mase, 'Washington, D. C. sideration, providing the cooperation -

r'; t Forty-three candidates had qualified of Moore Haven. personally into Hendry county, Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Harby, of owners of, 66 2-3 per cent

j ( !II' for county, and district offices The interest being taken in light spoke to 'a good crowd gathered Sumter S. C.; William Tawlman, of the bonds had been obtained.The .

11 through Thursday and there were plane flying locally is on a par at the Seminole street ''corner ,Monday sr. and jr., of Chester, W. Va.; survey would involve no, ex--

I rumors that, at least six more would with the enthusiasm for them whichis I evening. 'Warren' ,expressedhis C. S. Minnis, Oxford, Ohio; HarryS. pense to the district.
qualify today. sweeping the entire country. It pleasure in his first visit to Sechrist; Denver;, Colo.; Wm. T. M. Cook pointed out that any

The LaBelle News lists the quali- is probable ,that by next year there the center, of the, sugar industry Barnhart Lake' Ozark,' Mo.; Mr. refunding that may be adoptedwill
: will be ,several: of the craft in and described features of involve new legislation. For
fied candidates to date as follows: I many and Mrs. A. L.' Farr and daughter,
Clewiston. that reason, he said, it 'is im-
Of the forty-three persons who the corporation's organization ,,and Marion, Hamilton, Ohio.
.... have qualified thus far, 16 men and -- policies _which, appealed ,'toy,him.\.He portant that the survey be completed
-27 are running for county- PIONEER DEVELOPER congratulated Clewiston on beinga I a considerable length< l' ,
women :: STETSON 'the ive
I DEAN: IS time before .
: I wide offices. In the race for Rep- bond-free: city; and said" If "he : session, begins.: A: reassessments of'- .
: were, ever forced to leave Jacksonville '
resentative the incumbent Elbert L.
lands in the district, ist another
*?' Stewart Clewiston ,is opposed' by OF CLEWISTON DIES y he thought he'd like to KIWANIS SPEAKER essential to any ,successful refunding : -
W. M. Davidson and D. G. McCormack come here to live.
2 he asserted.'
of LaBelle. County- Judge IN The candidate was introduced by The Stifel, Nicolaus-Robert Cook ,
; William T. Maddox running to MIAMJJOSPITAL C. '1.. Lovvorn, and after his com- HERE WEDNESDAYThere and Excelsien proposals were simi-

unseat the incumbent Sheriff H. L. ments on Clewiston and the sugar lar ,in some respects. The formerwas

DeLaney. County SuperintendentS. Telegrams were received here industry launched at once into a received by the board more
A. Graves s seeking to hold his Thursday afternoon by close friendsof serious discussion ,of his platform. was a hundred per cent than a week ago and the latter only
office for another term while oppos- the sad news of the death of Well-known as the advocate of attendance of Kiwanis members anda Tuesday. One principal differ nce'

ing him are Mrs. Nell H., Jackman Percy Glenham Bishop, pioneer developer taking cattle off the highways, number of visitors Wednesday between the two is that Stifel,
and 'Dr. C. E. Weaver .of LaBelle. of the Everglades sugar industry Warren dwelt on this subject but evening at the dinner meeting of Nicolaus and Robert Cook proposed
the club when Paul Raymond, deanof
: ,fA In the, race for County Judge are at a Miami hospital Mon- lightly. He- stressed the importanceof law from Stetson University, gavea i to handle the entire operation at
Selden L. Stewart and Robert Har- day night. properly using the state's revenue no costto the district. The com-
most interesting talk on "Judging
) ris, both of, LaBelle. Dennis Small The cause of death was not given from all sources, and outlined a Man's Intelligence By the Way He pensation, limited to seveneighthsof
seeks to retain his office another but a report is that he died with plan which he 'has formulated for Faces Facts". one per cent would be paid .
term, and opposing him is H. E.I I pneumonia after a two-day illness. diverting some 15 to '18 million Mr. Raymond started his talk by by the creditors. They reserved the

O'Brien of Fort Denaud. Mrs. He would have been 53 years of dollars a year from the bond boysto calling attention to the fears of right to deal in district bonds.

: ,Homer Taylor, present chairman of age next month. provide age pensions, more pay Florida citizens of foreign "isms" Excelsien's compensation wouldbe
I the Hendry county board of public Mr. Bishop came to Clewiston for teachers: and money for public even though uncertain just what paid by the district at the
is health : completion of the refunding, also
instruction running for the office work.
in the that
summer 1928 from Cuba they are and suggested every-
noheld by R.' N. Miller, tax col- and took the position of vicepresident "We don't need any new taxes- one of us devote more time to a on a basis' of seven-eighths of one
(Continued on Page 10)) and managing director of the in fact some of us have already solution of our own problems, with per cent of the principal. In addition,
would reimburse him
r Southern Sugar Company, which I been taxed out of business". which we have always been confronted the district
South Lake Area position he held until the company Warren told the crowd. "The $61- I and in doing so the continued I (Continued On Page 10)

went into receivership in 1930. He (Continued On Page 10)) I existence of democracy will

Gets 'Hail Storm I then served as a receiver until the i be assured! The first, responsibilityof Mrs. Knight New

t reorganization and the taking over Child Killed Woman citizens, he said, was to de-
of 'the assets of the company by the ; termine what these problems are P.-T. A. President

Probably the most severe hail United States Sugar Corporation in Loses Arm In Wreck and then go, about a plan of solv-'
storm ever to visit the Everglades 1931. He moved to, Miami at that ing them in a business-like manner, chosen
Mrs. R. H. Knight was
occured yesterday afternoon in the time and has continued to make, not trying to be ostrich-like and Parent-Teachers
On Indian Prairie of the
area between Lake Harbor and that his home, spending his sum- evade the issue. at
Association for the coming year
Belle Glade with the territory mers in Ashville, N. C., where he, The speaker then outlined some election of officers held
closest to Belle Glade being the purchased a home, soon afterward. Four-year old Donald Smith was of the"'economic and social problems I. the evening in the school
Soon after Mr. I which Florida faces and costly Tuesday
worst damaged. Spring crops ofbe'ans leaving Clewiston instantly killed, his grandmotherMrs. auditorium. Other officers are Mrs,
and tomatoes and maturing Bishop returned to the 'Everglades Mollie Easter received injuriesto governmental ,mistakes which were .Graham, vice-president, Mrs.
crops, of cabbage and other vege- ,I and started the Glenbee Farms development her left hand which necessitated hindering the progress of the state. J. J. Hanna secretary, Mrs. R.
tables between Pahokee and He spoke of the general dissatisfaction Floyd
were reported to have been
amputation and several others, were and Mrs. A.
I Belle Glade being from but said that he N. Smith, treasurer
>- j i wiped out in some sections. i the name with WPA
cut and bruised when the car in historian. These officers -
1 that of his adopted son, Glen could see no 'other way of taking R.
J. C. Townsend of Orlando, of I which they were riding, left the rolls if will be installed at the next
Bishop, and became an independent care of the great relief
the federal agricultural marketing Indian Prairie Canal bridge south' meeting.Mrs. .
cane grower.Mr. this federal agency were suspended.He regular
service was in Clewiston this morn- of Brighton early Sunday morning i 1
.' Bishop was born in Eastport, outlined some of the waste and J. H. Doty presided at avery
ing, coming here directly from I and overturned in the canal which,
meeting, after
(Continued on page five) I: (Continued on Page 10) short business
Belle Glade. He was there just luckily, contained very little water. which a splendid program was pre-

before and just after the storm I There were nine occupants of the For sented by Mrs. M., M. Prewitt, pro-
D. G. McCormack Seeks Rider Is Candidate
which raged from 4:00 to, 5:30. car, an old Buick sedan, includingfive gram chairman: The program took
f He states that a rough estimate oft
small children. These short talks
were series of
the form of a
t acreage damaged would be from Representative Office Cecil Thompson, 7, Dorothy Thomp- Re-election As Attorney on education, as,, seen from the

i two to three thousand acres. son, 10, Eugene Thompson, 11 and I viewpoint of different individuals..

Damage was severe around Belle D. G. McCormack makes known Donald Thompson, Dude Smith, 10, II. A. Rider this week' announces Mrs. Prewitt spoke as a parent,
Glade, he said but was much less this week that he is a candidatefor Quinton Smith, 17, Mrs. Easter, Munselle Stone as a student, 11.
[ in Bean City'' where some fields the office of Representative of grandmother of the children and himself a candidate for reelectionto W. Turk, as, an educator, F. Deane
were apparently unhurt. Hailstones the' brothers and the office of County Attorney of
Hendry county subject to the Demo- George' Ernest Duff as a business man. These
I fell at the state experimental station cratic primaries in May. Smith.: Ernest Smith had a severely Hendry county, subject to the Demo- talks were concluded by a talk by

I but did little damage. In asking for the ,vote and sup I lacerated leg and Eugene Thompsonhad cratic primaries in May. Father L. J. Flynn, who spoke
Some of the hailstones were reported port pf the people Mr. ,McCormack a severe scalp injury. All were Judge Rider moved to Hendry: from the viewpoint of religion,
r to have been three and a states he will "Get on the .job and badly bruised. shortly: after the county was created.He which is interesting in the develop

I half inches in diameter. Drifts were stay on the job until results are Mrs.. Easter, describing the acci- served six years as County ment or education of a child "from
I reported in places four to six inches obtained", if he is sent' to the dent from her bed in the Clewiston Judge, and is' well known to the the cradle to the grave."

I I thick. A two-inch rain also fell. Legislature. Hospital, said that the party had people of this and adjoining coun- During the meeting B. E. Herr-

I Prices on vegetables, which are Mr. McCormack has lived in this been to an orphanage in the central ties. He is rounding out his first ing, representing the Kiwanis club,
,! already high on most everything I county practically '30 :years, and is part of the state seeking to enter term, as County Attorney and in reported that the club had arranged -
but cabbage, appeared to be rising a former road contractor. He is the Thompson children and they seeking the office again he said for examination of ,eyes of schoolchildren

? and cabbage was rising with an expected a native of South Carolina wherehe were returning to their home in "If ro-olected, it will be my purposeto by an eye specialist. The
top of $1.00 by Saturday. j attended school and college. Clewiston having been unsuccessfulin prove my appreciation, by as sum of $5.00 for the school annualwas
! Clewiston had no hall but more His announcement appears 'else- the effort. She said that she faithful and efficient service 'as I voted, and a new method of
than an inch Qt raIn was reported., where .in this edition ot the News, (Continued on Page 10)' am capable of rendering handling milk' bills was (suggested,


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IMPROVED There Was a Way,

,;fr Sleep Prisoners of War Settle Down UNIFORM, INTERNATIONAL And Lass Knew It!

} Habits Restore To Routine Ordered by EnemyIN SUNDAY g Lesson TWO people were walking along

a together. One was a
; Child's Energy I young woman, the other a hand-
some farm
Dean of The Moody Bible Institute'of lad. The farm lad
Chicago was carrying a large pail on his
1y By DR. JAMES ,V. BARTON (Released by Western Newspaper Union.) back, holding a chicken in one

(Released by Western Newspaper Union.) .' hand, a cane in the other, and

A GREAT deal is being said Jrt I7.2 Lesson for March 24 leading dark lane.a goat. They came to a

. i\ about sleep
and written ::
< rryl ray. .ra Lesson subjects and Scripture texts selected Said the girl: "I'm afraid ,to ,
these days, because rest-unbroken sy / and copyrighted by International walk here with you. You might
of Religious Education: used by
builder try to kiss "
sleep-is a great permission. me.

in children and 5.} 0Y THE SEPULCHER Said the farm lad: "You need
: not be afraid. How could I kiss
energy in adults. you with all this I'm carrying?" y

that LESSON TEXT-Matthew 27:57-23:8. "Well, you might stick the cane
The fact In-
GOLDEN TEXT-But now is Christ risen in the ground, tie the goat to it,
fants sleep nearly COLUMN from the dead and become the firstfruits of and put the chicken under the
" all the time is w them that slept.-I Corinthians 15:20.: pail," was the ready reply.

nature's method of preserving
. In our series of lessons in Matthewwe
for growth and de- Preserving Freedom
the energy have followed our Lord in His ,
velopment. The kicking and 6. life and ministry on through Geth- --

squirming of infants for the semane to Calvary. Today we find No free government, or the

short time they are awake seem loving hands giving themselves in blessings of, liberty, can be pre-

all the "exercise" what they thought to be the final served to any people but, by a
to give FINLAND-A Red army officer who appears not too concerned act of devotion to their Lord, and firm adherence to justice, mod-

s they need. over his capture is shown replying to questions asked him during a we also see the hands of wicked eration, temperance, frugality and

Just how long should chil- radio broadcast from a station near Helsinki. Finns give tobacco for men- active in what they thought wasa virtue, and by a frequent recur- A
dren sleep? The Ontario Department correct final act of hatred. Then sud- rence' to fundamental principles.
of answers denly the Lord Himself breaks -Patrick Henry.
Health in
of one
'I through in resurrection power.I. .
: their series for mental health
':t. Love Is Kind WOMEN!
._i (27:57-61). Relieve "Trying Days"by
clinics, give these figures:, The women whose devotion to taking Dr. Pierce's Favorite Pre-

,'Z Birth to six months-18 to 20 their Lord never wavered, were scription over a period of time. Helps

; hours. %e joined in the final act of taking the build physical resistance by improving
i." Six months to two years-16 hours. body of Jesus from the cross and nutritional assimulation.-Adv.

: Two years to six years-12 hours. ;, burying it by two secret disciplesof
;':0 Six years to 10 year -11 hours. \ the Lord who now came out At Palace and Cottage

Ten years to 14'years-IQVz hours. into the open, Joseph of Arimathea, With equal pace, impartial Fate

Fourteen years to 18 years-10 a member of the Sanhedrin (Luke knocks at the palace, as the cot- .

= hours. I : 23:50, 51), and Nicodemus (John tage gate.-Horace.
Regarding the first two years of L 'i
19:39, 40). It was a courageousact
life, the most important rule in developing -
their and
on part undoubtedlythe
'' healthy sleeping habits is 4& expression of their great love
fi to leave the child alone. Make sure for Jesus.
1.)'.: the baby's needs in regard, to waste nourishment SS J Jr The two Marys seemed to have

stayed to watch the grave even after
bowels and
from ,
,. Joseph had gone to his home. The
bladder and clothing
death of Jesus may have crushed
looked after
are A their hopes; for they apparently did
r '
hours. t '
> 4 at regular i not recall His promise of resurrec- Need More Than "Just Salve"

Then, if the baby tion, but they still loved Him. After To Relieve DISTRESS

'); cries, be satisfied all, is not that the ultimate and essential To quickly relieve chest cold misery and

that he is comfort- IN ENGLAND-Somewhere in the north of England, captured German mark of a disciple, love for muscular aches and pains due to coldsit -
s able and do not in- takes MORE than"just a salve"-you
y' terfere. A definite sailors and airmen find life not unpleasant; at least it's better than our Lord? need a warming, soothing "counter-

routine for sleeping, fighting. Here they gather around the piano, forgetting the war.ri II.. Hatred Is Relentless. (27:62-: -used irritanflike by millions good old for reliable over 30 Muaterole years.
food and Musterole the
waking, penetrates outer layersof
toilet should be established The wicked men who had brought the skin and helps break up local coo
.' from the about the crucifixion of Jesus were Children's pain. 3 strengths: Regular,
Dr. Barton (mild) and Extra Strong,40&
beginning. This not content to let their hatred of:

S should be changed only to suit the Him die at the grave. They lusted

needs of the growing child. after His life and they had ,taken
that, but even as He lay silent in
Regular Habits Should Be'Built.As .
the grave, the priests and the Phari-
children grow older, a definite
sees came to Pilate and called Him
:_ hour for going to bed is advisableand '
l,1 "that deceiver" (v. 63) and demanded .
he should go to 'bed the same a special guard. They feared Better Than A Mustard Plaster

hour every night.In that His disciples would perpetratea

regard to exercise, the youngster fraud, and after stealing the body
tS Freeman and Slave
should be allowed, at regular
declare that He was risen. Wicked
hours if He is a freeman whom the truth
possible, to roll, squirm, and deceitful hearts can imagine all
kick and stretch without too much makes free, and all are slaves be-
sorts of treachery on the part
clothing to hamper these exercises. sides.-Cowper.
s. I Daytime rests or naps are advisable ,
+ The hatred of unbelievers toward
: up to the fifth year, right after the % ; :;.cr.;?
e 5 Christ and toward His followers
*, *. d .. .. .r9
meal if
2" ywt.
! noon possible. 5.r $ 4?*> ems:-v } Y civi-
knows no stopping place. In
Room should be well ventilated, ''Z } /S%& Jf ''* *
: f L &> lized lands and among cultured peo- I
bed clothing light, soft, and warm.
ple it operates under a cloak of DEPENDABLE
Light and sounds should be avoid. IN FRANCE-German prisoners in French hands are subject to respectability, but it is none the NONE
t ed as much as possible if they at orders the them in less bitter and relentless in its ) NlNE
t tract his attention. from highest ranking man among even prison pur- gSTERwURDS
; I camps. Here a squad commander reports to the French officer. suit of Him and of His Church.

.... .,, ,, Observe that while the chief: LARGEST SELLER ATIIk
1. How qvr.++ v +N"Avmro'yyr"p}Y Y rov vnnv Yn..w wn.H}.vrmy++wriv." /v**V)">3&rJtAi*vw-wic +
Hunger May priests and Pharisees acted in t1

hatred and unbelief, they unwittingly ,
f: Affect Behavior did the cause of Christ a great A Human DissatisfiedIt

service by demanding the guard is better-to be a human being
r "THE man was on trial for attempted dissatisfied than pig satisfied.J. .
f. over the tomb. They made it for- a -
manslaughter and ever impossible for any charge of: S. Mill.
r r. brutal
maltreatment which he had
fraud to be successfully made
l. committed .after he had been with-
against the truth of the resurrec-
out food for about a day. The ac-
' tion.
cused did not recall having committed -
the criminal acts and investi- III. Christ Is Triumphant (28:1-6) The Le aa/

" gations revealed that the brutalities Victory and praise should be the

represented the release of accumu- Aj9: } keynote of Christianity. Why shouldwe

lated feelings of resentment on a be. doleful and sad? Our Lord # _!

day on which the accused (a) had rl has come back victorious from the
been without food, (b) on which he grave! We may be glad and sing

had suffered severe headaches, andc even in the midst o. earth's sorrows GONE WITH

( ) on which he had been unjus- and distresses. Let praise be the

tifiedly accused and deliberatelymade employ, of our lips constantly as we
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jealous by his fiancee." ;; ,,,, : worship Him and work for Him. THE WIND

I am quoting from Drs. B." Stok- The picture that greeted the sur-
via and A. .}: _..SYS'IHAYhN" 'YMvS.SV.YO.YXySOGJWiYHJiWlM1W.l:4wV.L IWRSIM): of the
Nearebout in Scandinavian prised eyes two women as SPECIAL':MOVIE EDITION

Medical Journal, Stockholm. they came to the grave as it beganto
IN GERMANY Polish march work with
prisoners of war off to
There may be a few who would dawn on the first day of the week
say that the idea of justifying a spades and shovels. By utilizing the labor of captured Poles, the Ger- was one resplendent with the glory Complete, ,

brutal deed because the accused is mans can'release more manpower for duty on the Western front. and majesty of God. The earth the same thrilling story

hungry is ridiculous and just another quaked as the lightning and white for which 1,000,000
"medical" way of trying to prevent angel of the Lord broke through the
criminals from being punished. unbreakable seal of Rome and rolled people paid $3 a copy

However, it is a known fact that back the stone which was to have plus 14 of"stills"
when you are hungry, real hungry, permanently closed the door to the pages
the amount of sugar in the blood tomb. This was done, not to release from the movie in technicolor

gets low and, with this low amountof Christ-for He had already gone, no '

blood sugar, consciousness beginsto grave could hold Him-but that men 4. 9cl

fade so that you might easily for might see the empty grave and Ollly U
get what you are doing. know that He was risen.

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Stokvia and Nearebout inves- the keepers, the coming of the coupon'below

tigated the possibility of consciousness angel and the revelation of the

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of healthy individuals due to word of comfort, and then their faith Name-- E
for prisoners of war established at Geneva by the Red Cross. Left
hunger should be taken into consid : was revived by the assurance that Address_ ,:
eration in estimating the behavior : to right: Mme. Frick-Cramer; Jacques Cheneviere, author and presi- Christ was risen. The resurrection c-

of delinquents who have committed :dent of the bureau; Fred Barbey, ,and Prof. Max Huber president of declares that He is, the Son of God City ,.,._--.-StateRegular ._-._ :

criminal acts' durmg "hunger. "- the Red Cross-oommittce. with power,,the Saviour of.the world. ...............................


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,M iI ; Some may think it foolhardy for i ( Offering Information .J:,:I-:

[ j;; a man to risk his life'adding ant on Various Subjects I '
other few'miles to a record, or ..
,lE j diving another few feet deeper '.- r '_ .
i into the ocean. But these men The Questions The Answers :>
I 1 ; are doing something for science. '

1 ,But othersA .l ,
Jugoslavian played'cards' continuously 1. How long will a date 'palm 1. A date palm will bear fruit .:;;: ;')
bear fruit? for two
I'' for 56 hours to establish or more.:1; ;:
2. Is water in a bucke\'perfcctly :
2. Water in 'a
A record is .
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level on top? .
on top. '
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J smoked 144 cigarettes in 14 hours'continuous 3. What was the longest siegein 3. The siege of Tyre by Nebu -:.;....}

1 chain-smoking. Then history? chadnezzar, which lasted 13 years, >
there's an American, William 4. Is the practice of cribbing for being raised in 572 B. C. ,_.,'., ::
examinations' modern practice? '
i Fischler by name, who balanced 4. Evidence of cribbing by Chi- ....
r 11,300 matches on a bottle in 30 5. What is the name of the science nese students as early as 1562 I I r,;

: j I. I hours. And a San Francisco student of the earth and its life, geol- have been found. ':'. ..

v holds a kissing record. He ogy, geography or geodesy? 5. Geography. :: '.V,

iil' kissed 40 girls in five minutes. 6., Does United States citizen- 6. No. States grant the right to :::.
ship confer the right to vote? vote. ..
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i I PuSI the T tigg r on ZAr&nunel Fountain of Wealth

il Lazy Bawds! a&d Also QUICK At the- dedication of a large : ,
fountain Genoa
Italy, in May, (:

f '.4I! PepSln-lze S,J onach} Fnrurn that 1936,it someone possessed started miraculous the rumor pow-

?i : When constipation brings on acid indi- ers. Ever since, people have
: ;<< gestion,bloating,dizzy spells gas,coated OPPORTUNITY come from all the
) ". : tongue, sour taste, and bad breath, your ; over country to "
stomach is probably loaded.up with certain toss coins in its basin and make
"TT IS function
the of
undigested food and your bowels don't proper government their ,wishes. Once a month the
a move. So you need both Pepsin:: to help to prevent the erection of any money has to be shoveled out of
j I break up fast that rich undigested food in unnatural barriers to the equality of op-
the fountain.Collier's.OUTSTANDING .
yourstomachandLaxative'ennatopullthe But when equality of
trigger on those lazy bowels. So be portunity. opportunity ..
sure your laxative also contains Pepsin. is assured, government should
Take Dr.Caldwcll's Laxative,because its interfere as little as possible with the
: t, Syrup Pepsin helps you gain that wonderfulstomachcomfortwhiletheLaxative- THIS SEASON BRINGS EGGS AND MORE EGGS normal: activities of the people and the BLADE VALUE

I Senna moves your bowels.Tects prove the (See Recipes Below) :normal processes of trade and industry." 10 for :10' CentsCUPPLES .
Ii'' powerof Pepsin to dissolve those lumps of -U. S. Senator, Carter Glass. CO. ST. LOUIS, MO.E .
f, undigested protein food which may linger ter of' each hall, place half a teaspoon
For Easter Feast
i in your stomach,to cause belching,'gastric an 'butter
I, acidity and nausea. This is how pepsin- of and 1 teaspoon of
., izing your stomach helps relieve it of such brown sugar.. Broil.until the grape
: 1 distress. At the same time this medicine The Easter season* brings eggs fruit is heated through.
I G wakes up lazy nerves and muscles in your ,,find more ,eggs to the tables of the
I bowels to relieve your constipation.So see whole world, it? Roast Leg of Lamb.
how much better you feel by taking the (Serves 12) ..
"I I '; laxative that also puts Pepsin to work on seems. There are 1 leg'of lamb
that stomach discomfort, too. Even fin- tinted eggs, eggs.
icky children love to taste this pleasant with dainty and 1 teaspoon salt .
: I family laxative. Buy Dr. Caldwell's Laxative intricate % teaspoon pepper
-Senna with Syrup Pepsin at your ., e patterns
i druggist today!1j V adorning their Wipe leg of lamb with damp cloth
glossy shells, and: and sprinkle with .salt and pepper. 1
eggs decked out Place, skin side down and cut sur-
I j Company in Misery to look' like Easter bunnies. face:up, on a rack in an open roasting I .

i It is a comfort to the unfortunate Eggs may be decorated, too, with pan. Roast in 'a slow oven (30(} a '
I to have companions in woe.DeGravina. gaily colored stickers-and if:you're degrees), allowing 35 minutes per A

'i. clever with your fingers, you can pound. Remove to hot platter and
I 1 1I make a giddy blonde or demure garnish with pineapple rings and

brunette egg, sporting a new Easter fresh 'mint, or with orange cups
WHY SUFFER Functional bonnet! Use bright blue round stick- filled with mint jelly.

ers for eyes, and a tiny gummed Fresh Asparagus With Lemon
"I EMALCOVPLAII1TS heart for a mouth. Or, if you like, Butter Sauce. '1J1U9P
paint in the features, and tint the % HAVE BEEN
(4 servings) CG'S
"cheeks" with ordinary water color KEELOAMERICA'S
paints. Cotton or fringed crepe paper 2 small bunches fresh (or. 1 large FA>JORI

Lydia E.Pinkham's Vegetable CompoundHas may be glued on to resemble bunch) asparagus 3, yEARs
Helped Thousands hair, and an/Easter bonnet is made 5 cups boiling water \ FOR 34
Few today do not have some sign of .
functional trouble. ,Maybe you've_noticed from a tiny paper nutcup,. bits of, -*. % teaspoons salt: =-_ ..cORtS 1 1I
YOURSELF getting restless,moody,nervous, colored paper, and a tiny feather or 'V-i cup butter "T" : I depressed latelyyourworktoomuchforyouThen 1 tablespoon lemon juice
try Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable artificial flower. _
.: Compound to help quiet unstrung nerves, When 'the bunny comes ,around* Cut: off lower parts of asparagus I

relieve headache monthly) and weak pain dizzy{cramps fainting, backache spells, with his gift of eggs, keep' him as stalks as far down as they will snap. tutu 111 .." ,,yu1 '
due to functional disorders. For over 60 a guest at your Discard, or use in soup. Tie stalks nlunl w,1I
I Pinkham's has hun
t years dreds of thousands Compound of weak, rundown helped nervous Easter table. together loosely in a bundle and t\\ .'. --
women. Try Hi He'll be a delightto place upright in saucepan containing -- .
I children and I the boiling water to' which salt II1t.1JPo,9 -_

Wisdom.Is Sought alike if I / has been added. Cook, uncovered, ..r
his basket is filled 11-- until ends of stalks begin to be ten- tltitl l1ttR Utltlll
Wealth may seek us; but wisdom i llttltt
Iltltit Cop 19-00 by Idloxx Comps4l
i must be sought.-Young. with candy eggs der, about 15 minutes; then lay put It
that the children K' bunch of asparagus flat in pan and

themselves can eat. continue cooking until tips are ten- Btf tKi.
der 5 to 10 minutes. Then drain. "# *
But Easter Sunday demands more -- .
MRLll'O than eggs in the way of food! It's a Cream butter and add.lemon juice
day of feasting and most of us plan slowly. Pour this mixture over hot

WHITE PETROLEUM JELLY and plot for weeks ahead to give the asparagus and serve at once.

family a truly delicious and unusual Magic Easter Eggs.
meal. Leg of lamb or baked ham % cup sweetened.condensed milk f LIKE SPEED
Prophet in Reverse 'are the traditional foods around 1 teaspoon vanilla + ;
The historian is 'a'''prophet/'look- which most of us plan our Easter 4 cups sifted confectioners' (4X)

ing backward.-Schlegel. menus. Either may be used in the sugar. '(about) BUT NOT IN MY CIGARETTE.:

menu below, to excellent advantage.
Blend sweetened condensed milk
Broiled Grapefruit halves and vanilla. Add confectioners' sugar
JoRelieve @ Roast Leg of Lamb or Baked Ham gradually; and EXTRAS IN SMOKING

New Potatoes With Parsley continue ,mixing r:1:
Asparagus'' until smooth and PLEASURE GO WITH

;gOK'IQUID' Spring Salad creamy. Divide SLOW BURNING I SMOKE
Hot Rolls Butter into, three or four 00 _
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Boston Cream Pie parts. Color with t CAMELS. THEY BURN SLOWER

You'll find another Easter menu different vegetable colorings very, MILDER'

TABLETS.SALVI r;,HOSE DROPS and additional recipes, too, in my light tints-pink, green; yellow. -SMOKE
I r cook book "Easy Entertaining." Form into eggs. One end of each i AND COOLER'

Sharpens Our ;Skill Boston Cream Pie. egg may be dipped into melted
chocolate that has been allowed to J .
Our antagonist is our helper.- % cup butter
cool. Males eight eggs 1% inches
1 rAA 'rN
Burke. cup granulated sugar
2 eggs (well beaten) 'long.When laboratory tests,
_. dipping candy eggs, melt In recent
1 slower
% cake flour %
cups burned 25
the chocolate in'the of 'double
,! have.rr'a Iii teaspoon salt boiler, but do not top.let the a water titntheaverageofthelSotherof ,
I and profit lei teaspoons baking powder brands -
boil. melted from largest-selling
I ed by.onrfree When remove the
, % milk
. books cup heat and the than any of ;
chocolate cool to
A "PatentIProtec tested-slower 4i
1 teaspoon vanilla extract /
q 'OIJI" IDIZ' !"tlon" and- about 83 degrees Fahrenheit, a tem- them.That means, on the av i
"Sailing an Invention. Fully explain many Cream butter and add sugar grad- perature slightly cooler than luke. smoking plus equalto ,- "BTJCKY"
t Interesting points to Inventors. Reasonable fees ually. Add eggs. Mix and sift all stage,a o WELLS
payments forty-two
Writs to VICTOR J.EVANS&CO.,Reaattred Patent dry ingredients and add alternatelywith dl Bob-aeddhlj
Attorney,S41-C Victor Bide., D.C.' Champion
Washington the milk and vanilla extract
Have You a Copy of 'Easy
1" beginning and ending with the flour Entertaining'? 5

mixture. Bake in 2 well-greased Eleanor Howe's cook book, "Easy I \7"ES, speed is fine in Its

", layer-cake pans in moderate hot Entertaining,." is crammed with Z: J. placebutincigarettcsthe
oven (365 degrees Fahrenheit) for menu and recipe suggestions for hol-. 11J1'YlA N"VAl1ii AiI coveted extras of coolness
WATCH 20 to 25 minutes. When cool, put idays and parties of every kind! mildness, and a more delicate
together with Boston cream pie fill- You'll find in it menus and recipesfor ,
G flavor' with slow .
.. ing and sprinkle top with powdered children's parties, for picnic sup 1'E R PA go
. scientists know nothing
sugar. pers and for a wedding reception,
you can dept id on the Boston Cream Pie Filling. too. If you haven't yet ordered your interferes with mildness and
special s lea the % copy, send 10 cents in coin, now, to:' I cigarette flavor like excess
cup sugar "Easy Entertaining," care Eleanor heat. Camels are slower-burn

announce merchants in of tll'olumna ur town i %% cup teaspoon bread salt flour Howe, 919 North Michigan Avenue. GMewr ing...give more pleasure per
0' Chicago, Illinois. '
of this paper. 1 'y mean 2 cups scalded milk puff and more puffs per pack.

,i. money savir to our 2 eggs What Every Good Cook
. a
:: .' readers. It alwc: pays to 1 teaspoon-vanilla extract Should Know.
patronize the 'chantswho Mix all dry ingredients and add There are lots' of secrets to success
;. advertise. are Scalded milk gradually. Cook 10 in cooking and baking' that ev Camels
k not afraid of ey merrices.- minutes in top of double boiler, stir- ery good cook should know J Next 1
chandiso ring constantly until mixture thick- : week in this column Eleanor'' Howe
or tr, .
f, > ens. Add eggs and cook one minute will give you some of her cake secrets -
r. longer. Cool and add extract. and hints on measuring and MILDNESS,EXTRA SLOW-BURNING
Broiled Grapefruit. mixing ingredients, to insure satis- FOR EXTRA TOBACCOS
L 'L I THE SPE VLS Select thin skinned, juicy fruit, cut factory results in the all-important COOLNESS, EXTRA -
I in halves and remove the pithy centers business of feeding family.. J ,

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22, 1940
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The Clewiston News bers, and found that our old num- It here.
Subscription $2.00 Per Year
ber, 37, was not in the new listing, We then visited beautiful McKee MECHANICAL, STRUCTURAL

so we chose 6370, hoping we'd be Gardens, just south of Vero Beach. ARCHITECTURAL DESIGNS
Published every Friday In Clewis ton. Protected
by orchard heaters duringthe
Maps Estimates
Florida,. by the CLEWISTON NEWS able to remember it. It sort of rlSee I
cold spell, this gorgeous tropi- PLUMBING
taxes the memory to change too
cal wonderland was unharmed '

I.EATIU..P.Y BOWMEN, Editor much and we are carrying a box Tender shrubs and plants still bloomin Engineering Consultant ,W. B;! 3IcCOLLUMPlumbing

key now instead of remembering a profusion. This, too, deserves Hopkins Bldg. Clewiston, Fla. ,

combination.This more space than I can give It here, I and Heating
Entered as second class mail matter but tourist and Flori- Schult Apartment
every every
February I, 1927, at the Post Office Jn Is all just a frivolous way Clevtiston. Florida
Clewiston, Florida, under the Act of office force dan should visit this charming spot.
of saying that the post
March 3, 1597.Sub.criptlon. had been working under terriffic Spending the night at Ft. Pierce, J. M. COUSECounselor

difficulties in their old crowded I had an enjoyable visit with editor
note $::.00 Per Tear. rejoice with them Moore of the News-Tribune. An and Attorney at Law Johnson's
I quarters, and we Fish CampNear
Advertising notes On Application that they will be more comfortablein industrially active town, Ft. Pierce Hopkins Building

r the future. We don't expect the evidenced considerable improve- Wednesdays and Saturdays ( Hurricane Gate)

the advancement and wel- service to improve; it couldn't, but ment. Hotels were jammed, busi- 9:30 to 4:00 Cleuiston, Fla.
fare Devoted of Clewiston and Hendry County. we do know that work will be more ness was good and its future looks Boats and Motors-Guide Service

pleasant for the clerks in the new exceedingly bright. I Rates Reasonable
At Stuart I found editor Menn- 1 h t1V.
roomy space. Is Your Subscription Paid? II. Johnson .
scheduled Mgr.
f, The mass flight of storks s e inger more 'concerned about books

for Miami has been called off. "The First Families in America", than newspapers-books' to help

It will be a solo, admits the Herald. is an organization formed last year kids help themselves. An amazing l

for the purpose of bringing to- community service project startedin

1. Following .yesterday's hail storm gether the descendents of America's Stuart by Menninger, and which

" many Everglades farmers are no pioneer families. The second con has spread throughotit the nation.It FOR THE BEST

doubt wondering, "what's the use?" vention will be held shortly in Is a long story and an inspiringone

Bradenton, but if all the sons and that I intend, to tell 'you about Cup of CoffeeIN
l I'l; Senator Pepper has joined the II daughters of the first, families in later on.

h fight to exterminate the deer in the America (or even the descendantsof The glorious Palm Beaches glis- TOWN

E Indian reservation which would in- I all those who came over in the tened in the warm sunshine. Tour- ..- "Good To The Last Drop"

k dicate that President Roosevelt isn't Mayflower' ) join, there won't" be ists and winter visitors flooded A and B'
'ethem. Traffic jammed' the streets
large enough to hold ;
backing Secretary Ickes. any place "
their convention. I stores and shops were crowded while SANDWICH SHOP
cash registers clanged merrily;
The candidates' sound wagons are
"i beginning to arrive, bigger and I II" The Everglades :Match Play vacationing Yankees loafed luxuri- BOWL AT A and B ALLEYSClewiston
ously while natives busied them-
l i I Championship Tournament is underway .
louder than ever, so if you are of ,." --- .. .. .. ..... _.
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at selves tending and harvesting their -' '-" "' .. .. .. '
nervous disposition it might be I ; the bowling continues a ,. .. .. .. .. .... u J
r'a greatest tourist : ---- -- -- ... .' ,. .. ... -.. .. -
wise for you to vacation on some fast pace; the tennis courts are crop.

island for the next few in regular use again;' the skatingrink I found little interest in politicsin .

r t.. weeks.distant!!! has its devotees; the kids are' this section of the state. Folks ..:..A..A..J... ... .............................. .....................-.................:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:N:..:..;...'..:..:..:..:..:............::.:

playing marbles; the grapefruit are too busy right now with their f A

r Not for many :years has Easter league games; are beginning-in own affairs. Ask the man on the .r :.

f arrived so closely behind the beginning other words ''spring' is definitelyhere. street what he thinks of the RACE, : Lots : a'

of spring. Which may and he promptly replies: "I like

< cause some of those in the North, 'Sun Girl' in the 6th-playin' her t

participating in the annuaV Easter Score another Leap Year wedding. on the nose." Ask the next guy I I : I

:; parade, many 'a shiver before the what he thinks about a' GOVERNORand TODAYAre :i:

I\+ .. day is through. he ,says: "They're a good thing, A
: ':N:N.N.N.N:N:N:N:N:N.N.N:N.N.N:N:N:N:N.N:N:N:M:N N. :. ought to make all the taxis use (

t: This week-end is observed in 'em." Speak of a SENATOR and :: South Florida's Best Investment. :_:

r various ways in every Christian they think you are referring to a
Too Late To ClassifyBy x ?
I'?. nation as the anniversary of the baseball player or a cigar. s

.,> death and resurrection of Christ. Itt RUSSELL KAY After the sun hunters have start- y.s' ?..
., retains its place as a sacred holi- ed back north and business slacksup
.. ..* *. a bit, maybe the 'local folks :i. Suggesting Sele lion And =: '
', day better than any other, includ- INN N:N N:N:N N:N:*** :NN:N:NNN:M* N N:******** Definite !
ing Christmas and it is to be hoped down here will begin to pay some
.s. \
that this will ever be true and that I took a swing down the east attention to the political situationbut t 't.-

.,;. the day will not be commercialized coast last week, my first, trip this right now they show' mighty Commitments.Immediately !

to the extent that thousands will season, and was amazed at the [ little interest. y .
forget the real reason for the obser- progress and development in every : y y y

... vation as has happened with many community. Florida has enjoyed a 6,000 Expected At y y y
.; other holidays. marvelous tourist season this 'winterin y

,? spite of the "unusual" weather. Grand Lodge Sessions :{: JEB ear dI ..t.:.

.... -. :.- -Starting at 'Titusville. drove, .t. ey :::
;N:..:..:..:N.N:..:..:..:N:..:..:..:NNN:N:N:..:..:NN:..:N. leisurely down thecoasti"' taking "(,. i *,.' .- \ REAL ESTATE .. >! .:.

time to look around a bit in each Jacksonville, March 22 (FNS- i

RAMBLINGS community and visit with friends Anticipating an influx ,of at least _;: JIM BEARDSLEY\ ART LAWRENCEMILDRED 1
6,000 visitors for the :Grand Encampment \ ,.'
along 'the route. Never have I BETTY' 1i P'
:t: SPICER ''
of the I. O. ,0. F. 'with DURSTX
By B. B. ,seen traffic as heavy-an endless :. ti
joint conventions of the
Depart- .
stream directions.of cars traveling in both ment Council, L. A. P. M. Associa- II K"KKK..X"H"X..H"X..X"X'\ *':................................NN.. ;..........;......;......:......:................................
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and Rebekah Assembly, Jack-
Business'was brisk everywhere, ..
sonville is making .plans to entertainher
even in the smallest towns. Hotels
Candidates to the right of us, guests.
well filled cafes and restau-
were ;
candidates to the left of us-sometimes dates April 14-18
Convention are ,
rants swarmed with people
; new I
we feels surrounded by them. j with a full program arranged for .
construction in evi-
Newspaper editors are favorites of was everywhere the period, a feature of which will
'II dence attractive modernistic homes
the candidates, and they all feel ; I be the conferring of the Decoration
built within the last r
year or so
that we should know exactly how of
I Chivalry upon Mrs. Sallee Howell
they stand in the eyes of the voters, j glisten in the sunlight on every and Mrs. Ida, C. Seashole of :
business sections all show I
If we onljj, ; knew, the political game i sonville. Elections will Jack-I .
marked improvement with store
would lose lots of its fascination. I new
all branches with the of
fronts, new business blocks and
;::.'. The first campaign speech in 1: public improvements. I the Department Council. The Military -

Clewiston in the gubernatorial race : Ball, scheduled 'for Monday
3 Most of the evidence of "Jack I
was made by Fuller Warren Mon- I,' Frost's" visit has been cleared away. I evening, promises to be a brilliant

day evening. We remember well and colorful event.Headquarters .
| Shrubs and plants that were hit I
when Fuller was known as the "boy j for the various
have been cut back, or where comI -
orator", and if you heard him Monday branches will be maintained at, the
I pletely destroyed have been replant-
you will know that the boy has. 'I Hotels George Washington and .
i cd. Lawns browned with winter ,
grown into a man, but that his Roosevelt. Mrs. ,Josie Morrow of ,
frosts, as if ashamed, are rapidly
powers of oratory have not changed.He blanketing the tell-tale burned spots I Jacksonville is local chairman for ;
has ideas also, and the gift of the Assembly.
with fresh green growth and orange I
words to put those ideas across. I
r blossoms peep thru new leaves to I I II
Fuller Warren will 'go far, and I give promise of next year's' crop. AAA APPLICATIONS ,TO -;:,' :

whether he moves to the Governor'smansion j At Titusville, editor Hudson of I I BE SIGNED, BY MARCH.. 31' "

next- year or not, we will ithe Star-Advocate and Senator J. I -

be hearing pleasing things about his J. Parrish took time out to show me Gainesville, March 22 (FNS- I .!

success. He has gone consistently :( about. Proud of their town and I Florida farmers who have not j I

forward since he was a student at j section, they pointed{ with pride signed applications for payment .

,- the University and had to take,i to its development; admitting con- I under the 1939 agricultural con-

time out to spend two months in i i siderable cold damage, they were servation program and are eligiblefor 7itt Frcis Whitehi

Tallahassee .to represent his county not discouraged and are confidentof payment should sign these appli-
Kt' in the legislature. Since gradua- ( the future. cations in the county office not

tion he has moved to Jacksonville At cocoa, Marie Holderman and later than March 31;- says H. G. Eo'to Here is the kind of man you've often said

where he is a successful attorney, [John Pound of the Tribune gave Clayton, state AAA administrative tol' S0 r0 would be the ideal candidate for governor .

he has served as city commissioner me a warm welcome and I was officer. April 1 is the cutoff dateon Ott ppt I a man who has(risen from poverty to '

of Jacksonville and has married invited to attend a flower show applications for payments basedon ,Sr SSA oD pb'y Se success by the hardeso sort of work ."*?who
his law partner. And that's mak- I staged to to the the 1939 program, he says. ''L t Eot
1-; .- prove that at4t15e S \ g / has become an outstanding leader in his profession
ing a good deal of progress for a even King Winter with all
his blow
. 0 otbe p jwho is admired for his
lad from
l; Blountstown. and bluster, can't keep a good town t '
# 1 It 9t' c't'tp ero+ loyalty, integrity and ability. .

;'. U always means that the political down.'Melbourne in mid-afternoon I Candidates':'" ,m t., of tht5 ht' S a a man of the people who knows \

i.:. season is here when the editor'smail alive with activity. Sun hunters was .1e. Ote ,S i5 aplitte p your needs J. yet, who, because

t' comes addressed to "Honorable" lolled about in sports clothes, armed ATTENTION! Stafo e ptEl e EF ott5 of his success and high sense'of

;j' John Doe". The rest of the time .1 with shuffleboard cues or fishing tt GS tth ire nt 4 e'1tt honor, will pc above the tempta-j ..

it is plain "John Doe", but to II iods. Editor Berg of the Times WE HAVE THE LATEST G eant(0 t ,iCt toh .b4 lions of self-i terest in office.Trancis .

aspiring candidates he becomes"Honorable" was hidden out somewhere writinga I COMPLETE PUBLIC ADDRESS \Vlutehiir knows the problems'
t r SYSTEMFor r rp5 afot
tribute to B. F. Paty. i I of the poor man because he was desperately 1

At Vero Beach, postmasterpublisher I Rent at Reasonable Rates I v \ poor. Unaidetl, he worked his way
t r If you see Postmaster Si and Schumann sat glowering at I school He"knows '
;. his CLEWISTON RADIO \ through high and college.
assistants doing a little roller- a poster that I
" warned him govern- J\ the problems of the farmer because he is a
skating in
the .
new post office, you ment employees were forbidden to / i
know ELECTRIC CO. citrus and farmer. He knows the ,
; that grower
they are just revelling take Each election
any part in1politics, so we you say you
\ in those I problems of the business man because he is a.
wide-open spaces, which alked about the weather. Bill PHONE 104 hope this kind of man will ,
> look as good to them as the prairie Truesdale of McKee Jungle Gardens -I' (';,run for governor. Now business man. He knows the problems of the

i. does to a home-sick Westerner. captured me on the .street and i such a man seeks your sup tax-payer because,he is A tax-payer. A young

i' It must seem great to have plenty 'ook me to the beach to see Vero's port. Please tote for him. man .a strong;able roan yet a simple,'

: of space to work in without bump I famed "Driftwood"-beachcombers ClAsses Fitted and Scientifically Repaired Broken Duplicated L.nIOCIC friendly,approachable human being.fAplOl1i1CA6 .

ing into each other. Maybe we'll paradise a unique lodge built and DR. F. D. GUDBAUR
get more mail now. When thr" furnished for the most part from VOTE

started assigning new boxes, Si material: cast"on the beach by the ,,>S OptometristPhone 5 Collier Arcade X
asked us what box we :wanted, and ;! seas. It deserves
1 a column to itself Fort Myer, Flerida ..
we looked "
over the .available num- and so I'll not attempt to describe Successor to K. H. Oakley PVEIlTISEMENT. MID fOR BY fRIENDS 0.1'' UANCISVHIT!KJJL
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Vj .....'. Rico the following year. He serveds Fidler's stuff, let' me' write an open. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH. Morning worship at 11 a. m.
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.j.jII i manager' of the V Santa thank goodness r :' '
general letter to Freddie-who, Young Peoples meeting, '.6 p. 'm. J

j! SCHOOL- NEWS ;Ana Sugar". Corporation; general' won't ever 'see -it."V "The Friendly Church"H. Rev. M. M. Dudley," director.Evangelistic .'- '-t:)
of Central Palma, general Pastor
hianager G. :McLEROY, '
: services .
E Dear Mr. B: The law field is p. m. .M l
G f .. .... _. manager of the' Dotninican. Sugar Sunday{ school" 9,4S"a. m.-B. '
I; -- just the acting Tuesday even g'service' 7: 30"'P.. V :
about crowded .
as 'as j
Cuba and for several ; ;
Editor _.......___ Dick Patterson Company of E." V Herring, supt. : :
manager 'of the Cuban And the best i m. '
field. only
was suc- '
years "f.J:
Assistant Editor :.. Doris Hodges: Morning worship 11 a. "m. :sermon i Friday: evening service 7:30 '
Cane Sugar Corporation said to p. :
ceed' in each. So while you've. .
i Sports Editor :-.. Dick Tarleton be the largest on the Island.' From -pastor. m.' _"

Assistant"'Sp rls"Edito/:_ _.., the latter position he'caine to Clew- conquered one, don't quit and try Training. ,Union '6:15 P.. 'm.-Arch' i The public is cordially invited to ,

Louise 'Letter; iston to begin the first real attemptat for another. Hang onto the movie Hodges, director.: !attend all services. ,..

; Society -=; ; ,,:'.'' Marie> Bobbins. sugar development in the Florida companies as long as : they hang' Junior' Girls' Auxiliary' meets ---- '' -' "'

Features and Clubs, Jnliav: ',OglesbyHumor" :' Everglades.He onto' you.' But then there is the Wednesday' "3:30 "at church;" Mrs. ; .. .. . ,fJ
j ........_..__.... 'Ed'Von Mach\ ,, "' -
Ii Advisor:.........._.-.......... Mr. Lado: : was married on- June 6, 1916to ': time when your 'star will fade from Hodges in charge. meeting orv.' j
: He .
'Miss-"Haz Lowe Nickerson. Monthly program .
--.. d.. '. ---- ....,,(> '- 'wa' 'a member ir1ihe' Congregational M. S. at church Tuesday p. in. '
1] Church, a Mason and""a member- of nice to have:. something to' fall : The revival services- will continue ; Good Farm .?.}:

Delta"Upsilon 'fraternity. ba'ck'on.. But :'wait till 'then,' won't into next week if you have not "
School is closed today" in'observ-
i ance of Good Friday. Funeral services 'are being? held I you, .'for I like to see:'you too well attended you' have missed" '''much. If T : .. -l:1;:
this'afternoon' at 3:00 from the you 'want to* hear the 'Bible preached .tJant :
--::--; for you to dispense of yourself like ?
all of the"'servces:
1'1 I I A dance 'will be spo sorecl.next 'McGhan Funeral Home'and. a number that. Yours truly, Dick Owen: come to any or .' 745'' .i /1
"' auditorium former' 'associates and close The hours are 10 a. m. and
I.. Tuesday night' in .rthe of i.7 "
I of the new building]from eight to friends from Clewiston are planningto Well, cut 'my suspenders. and p. m. daily. lor" RentTrespassers .':>J

.:i. ten o'clock.: Some] "new records attend the 'servi es. call .me droopy but I'll be' seeing The associational. -young'peoples .

have been "obtained", ;'and'. : the admis- His'"widow survives and 'an 'adopted you next week, I hope I do, J I do meeting meets at West" Palm Beach r ,.. .'"

/ sion charge' is 'small:" The public son, 'Glen.MOVING. I do. March 30. "' Vie. want a good representation T .:
is invited.A .- to be there from our :

: CMTC Applications church.

1 V photographer Thursday took V
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I I! pictures; ,,of-.. every, grade- in'r" groups: Available In"'County t South Clewiston '.

I the athletic.! teanis! }< 'and necessaryindiyidual :'" /' ,

pictures_!o!' 2! er n"-the MOVIELANDBy Services Every Sunday:', ", .
Will Be"
I school annual. PreparaUon"of' Gainesville March 22-Florida school at 9:45. ". '
DICK OWEN Sunday .
i"iswe f und rwJ.y and"every Ip
ani boys will 'be: enrolled' immediately : "
;: '-- -- ProsecutedClewiston;
attept"is: being made'to'"makh"thisthe for the .Civilian'' Military Training
the" ClewistonrscHo'6l( '
best .one' Sunday-Monday, March: 24-25:' Camps which will be conducted .th/is : ?
ever'p r out. -
has "Raffles"" is the much used storyof summer at. Port Barrancas and Fort .. ... ; .
Screven, June 12-July '11, it is, announced 1 '; '
I During''this'"week-end Mir' Turk a gentleman i jewel thief, this,
'" time played by David, Niven, who ,by B. C. Riley, State Civilian" .
is painting"'the. .. rwoodwork.. "in" the '
I Aide to the Secretary OtoVEfc.NOFtHis
I will add'greatly naturally does very'well, as expected '
primary_ rporiifwhich: : : : .-i.
, i to its.appearance.. Aligh't,,green 'of 'little "davie- 'aw )'. Olivia Enrollees' will, not be under' any .
: .I ; "" I DeHaviland is the female interest future military obligation: and '30 :
enamelis' being' used in the legis ;

,! ---- I and she creates quite some interest. days .of camp life will be givenat ., 1 Realty .AndDevelopment A
I ,onex'foWldnes- you're -yo\mg-,' sophisticated and government expense, 'said Riley, lature has"specially distinguished V .
L''J School' will ,close. ..... ; If .' ' !
.. who 'is'Dean' of the General
' go"for "Raffles' : him as one "
r c' day afternoon'. ': :and"a..two day'Jyacation lively, you'll .
, II, will be given all"', pupiTs in Tuesday-Wednesday"' .March 26- I of the University of Florida, worthy to serve the state

, : order".'that members> -''of 'the'faculty: '27: Marjorie Weaver and Stuart and whose department of citizenship in higher cap city.-Tampa '
I: .! ; may atte'nd" the: "'rqeeting' ":'" ofthe' Erwin in another of those amusing I training is assisting. .the War Tribune <

1'i' I Florida Educational ':Association to "B"' pictures. which somehow hit I. Department in registering those who ---J
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' 1 c from lossaf'"A'" wish to 'enroll because of the educational _
:ji r : be held ln0rlando Thursday the spot when a c -
: through! Saturday.1HEALTH film fails. Partick Knowles also 'value'' of the camps in :.1 I "
:, and ---the- whole it teaching the, lessons of discipline, I
j ---- shines on. : provesan '
-:- ?: courtesy, health, sanitation. coop !I .
._ PROGKXM entertaining evening. Oh, yes,
: 'the' title ''- "The Honeymoon's eration and the duties and responsibilities : V
The following ,health programwas : flfiVVptEJ FUnDS
'" of American ;
presented Thursday. m Over" ,
.. rling'l I Thursday-Friday; March 28-29: Riley hasappointed, Elbert"L...
by the fourth grade: : :
; Stewart as County Aide for Hendry --'- -' -' ,
"The Day thetBookies Wept"Vpre t'I
Hoisted. "
: .J Bible Re g-15ini'
county and may contact
cents silly Joe, 'Penner and lovely
"Oh! For the Apple"Joyce -1 .
A Poem, him to secure application blanks (
Grable. How :
Betty they ever were '- : :
Phillips. and bulletins of ;
information. .
} paired gets me, but from the title :

"f r Poem, "I'D n't DrinlT Coffee"- and the stars, I ,know I'm goingto .,.:; ;1; ""
Billy Arnette.. like that book I'm reading and ST. MARGARET'S 'CATHOLICCHURCH .'' ; :.
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Story, "Care: of the Teeth"- a cozy: corner' better. : : But then, ., .' $-

; Carline Bern i-- maybe you like Joe Tenner and his .J '
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"One' Little Girl"-Lillian' Rev: Lawrence }. Fljnn, .Pastor. I
Poem, antics. I f. ,. :;r: .
Mass .. ,
"' Sunday morning'at' -"
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Golden. Saturday; March' 20: The Jones :
( Health Song-:Fourth :Grade.. ->. -,, family'' comes back 'again" in" "Too' 8 o'clock, excepting. .the last U'1.-.1! -
Play, 'Going To 'Market; r'k". day of: the'month: when the. 'time
c Busy to'W I believe theJones' '
i ,: : The following characters were in started something, what 10:30. : ; .:

w the play: ; with{ ;-"The-'Hardy's"' ; "The'Aldrich's"' Confessions' 'are heard. every Saturday : HUME: [trans'

6 Billy-Bubber Mills. and '"The Parkers"' now :all com- evening from 7:30' until' 8:30 VV

Mary Good: 'Food:.. .:Carolyn Robi- ing to' life on:' the: screen. Ofcourse" .and before all (the Masses.-
i I son. Weekday Mass. eve'ry morning at
; the Hardy's have been there i
I Milkman Claude Williams. 8:00 o'clock.Devotions '
: quite some time, now, but they followed the _
in honor of' Our .
Grocer-Albert Stephens.' Ladyof -o\e V
r the Jones .too. Somehow,,,
'" .
Baker-Harold Broaderick. Perpetual Help .are conducted out"S We can helpyou..with

:. I'I Vegetable' Man=-Ralph' "' Golden, the originals are always the- best, Friday evenings at. 8 o'clock, followed .t\ (\C.e"l \J P: {. 'the
or you differ. For the whole
I Fruit Man-Billy Maynard. by Benediction ,of the Most R'I'-t. finest loan plant
Candy Woman-Marilyn Shelfer. family, I give .you "Too Busy to Blessed Sacrament. t:tc.s: o"Q44.; '
$ existence
Work. :
Sam-Joy Phillips. ". Religious Instruction Class for'chl1dr .
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n Saturday morning at nine : '

Pioneer DeveloperContinued Jimmie Fidler reports (and here in Clewiston, and after Sunday .t \

,Jimmie Fidler:. ,should_.know) thatFreddie Mass in Pahokee. ---.

Bartholomew is 'going to The Mass schedule ui Pahokee is '

.( from page "l")) take: up the 'study of law' and for 10:30 every Sunday, excepting :the Clewiston Federal Savings :

Me., on April 30, 1887. He was get pictures' in the very near fu- last Sunday: of the month, when

c f graduated with an AB degree from ture. His ''reasoii"If I can makeas Mass is at eight o'clockThe 'pub

I, Bowdoin College in 1909 and entered : much) 1?: money being lawyer as lie, regardless of religious belief, and V. Loan' Association :.

the sugar business in Puerto lawyers''did ofr'of me"-To steal is always welcome in this church.

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MARCH 22, 1940

HOSTS AT subJect to the Democratic primariesIn fill this office If
KOLSTADS and elected I the Standard umber Corporation for the best ,serviceof which- '
May I solicit the promise to I am
earnestly -
sup- use Fair Impartial and the past 25 years. capable. .
BUFFETT port of every citizen. If elected, I Sound Judgment in all the affairsof _
shall continue to represent the coun- this office. If: you see fit to elect mo. T pledgea ,I will appreciate your vote' 'and""
in all matters comIng! before the faithful and honest service. To one support.:
Mr.. and Mrs. Henry C. Kolstad legislative ty branch of our Democraticform Your vote and eupport will be and all. I shall" feel honored to have .
heartily appreciated. G, E. ETHERTON.
entertained with a buffet supper of government to the very best Thanks, your vote and support. -, '
complimenting Miss of my, ability. I shall be glad to dIscuss Sincerely, ',,
Sunday evening, ,
with any one such matters of J
Harriette Hayward, who is the legislation! as they are interested in. COUNTY COMMISSIONERMarch :
house of Mr. and Mrs. M. My campaign will be based on the c
merits involved In the office and
W. Bigg. will have no connection with other FOR COUNTY JUDGEI 14th 1940.
county offices or candidates. FOR, TAX COLLECTORTO TO THE VOTERS OF DISTRICT NO.,
The supper table was arrangedwith take this means to announce thatT I, HENQRY: COUNTY, FLORIDA: j!
china pig, a pipe and other ELBERT L. STEWART. THE CITIZENS OF HENDRY I
a am a candidate for the office of herewith announce as Candidate I
emblematic of St. Patrick'sday County Judge for Hendry county, COUNTY: for County Commissioner from this '
figures subject to the Democratic PrimaryI I hereby announce that I am a District. My residence in Clewiston forover ,
forming the centerpiece. The FOR REPRESENTATIVE IN TilE I n May.I candidate for Tax Collector for Hendry 10'years and my experience :
guests were Miss Hayward Mr.. LEGISLATURE OF TilE TATE hold degrees of bachelor of laws, county, subject to the Democratic leads me to be sure that I can render
bachelor of arts, and bachelor of primaries in May.I valuable service to the taxpayers if
and Mrs. Bigg, R. L. Coker, jr., OF FLORIDAI science' (lawyer teacher engineer). am your pres-ent Tax Collector elected. ,

Mr. and Mrs. F. Deane Duff and I, have been an accountant for the having been appointed to said officeon I respectfully request your support
hereby announce myself a can- United States Steel Corporation. I April 11, 1939. I have tried to the
Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Jones. didate for the office of Representative have been a Hendry County Com- I: the best of my knowledge to give of VaCyte7Stin 1940.Democratic Primary"
In the Legislature of the state missioner for six years 1927-1D32. I efficient service to all the people of
ST. PATRICK'S PARTY GIVENAT of Florida from Hendry county sub Thus, specially qualified by' education Hendry county and would greatly E. E.
ject to the action of the May Demo- and experience. I am' ready to appreciate a full term in office.If .
VAUGHHOME, TUESDAYMrs. cratic primaries. I feel that my past give the people of Hendry county an elected Tax Collector, I promise KELLY.'I
experience as a member of that body honest, efficient, Intelligent, busIness- a faithful ;and efficient administra-
fully qualifies me for the position I like administration as your county .1 tion.Your r:,
H. T. Vaughn and Mrs. W.P. seek. If elected I promise to honestly Judge. vote and support will be ap- Re-elect U. S. Senator

Vaughn sr. entertained with a and faithfully represent the entire Sound administration of the people's preciated.
tc the best of ability. affairs officers.On .
Michigan county very my requires capable
R. N.
St. Patrick's bridge Your vote and Influence is most this basil! I submit that I am
party at their home Tuesday eve- earnestly solicited. the logical candidate, and l'will ;;
Respectfully, appreciate your vote.: and support. t
ning. The party comlimented Mrs. ,
'w. M. DAVIDSON. Sincerely. TAX COLLECTOR ml 14'
Christina Bulke, guest of Mrs. H. /
J. B. Scharnberg and Mrs. E. C. I I wish to announce myself a can-

Mills whose birthday fell on that FOR REPRESENTATIVE didate for the office cf Tax Collector
Hendry county subject to the Demo-
FOR COUNTY' JUDGE, HENDRT' cratic primaries in May.
date.High score prize at bridge were I hereby announce mv candidacyfor COUNTY FLORIDAAt I I I am now completing my second Fyn
Representative for Hendry county term as school board
member cf
won by Mrs. R. Y. Patterson andH. subject to the democratic primariesIn the request; of many citizens I Felda and Denaud district an office

A. Bestor. Mrs. Holstine won May.If I'' I have tried to fill conscientiously
from of Hendry County
the voters 'of the county see fit every part and faithfully.My .
low at bridge and Mrs. F. M. to send me to the Legislature. I hereby announce- myself a candidate qualifications
for the office of County Judge of include high CHARLES ANDREWS
Rodriguez : won the cut prize. At assure them that I will get on the to school and college training and t_
Florida subject
Hendry county
job, and stay on the job until resultsare several
the Michigan table Mrs. Meluh and obtained or else I the action of the May Democratic years. spent doing commercial (PAID POLITIC
bookkeeping.If ADVERTISING)
admitted to
Mr. Martinez won high prizes and I will to get spend our roads my time Improved in endeavoring and all- primaries.the practice I of was law duly in this state in elected. I promise the people a

Mr. Patterson low. Mrs. Bulke April 1917 and I have continuously careful efficient administration.
: paved I will try 10' get our schoolson
; Your
was given a guest remembrance.A will a work full nine unceasingly months for term the, and Old-I followed the time this I vocation'was In since the United exceptfor appreciated.MRS.. support will be gin a /zopp & 1llI1/1....

St. Patricks' theme was carried States Army during the World ,War.,
:Aged of the state by trying to get : HOMER TAYLOR.
If nominated and elected, only
out in tallies and accessories. sufficient funds to be matched by
Is deal to all according -
promise a square
Federal allotment so that every pen-
Sandwiches, individual cakes iced sioner will receive $.10 per month. I to law and common sense.
the candidate of clickor
with green shamrocks, and coffee believe all this can be accomplished I am faction not but I am the candidate any of FOR SHERIFF
without additional taxes. These are
were served. While refreshmentswere the people who want a County
and if
three aims
my principal you who knows the law and will I hereby' announce
Judge myself a candi-
being served a surprise birth- are interested in them line up with
honestly and faithfully discharge the date for the office of Sheriff of Hendry
and will them through.
day cake and shower of gifts were me we put for vote and duties of the office.' county, subject to the Democratic ...
you your Your vote and influence Is respect- primaries to be held in May. ,
presented to Mrs. Mills. support, I am.Respectfully,
fully solicited. I will appreciate ,your vote and
Guests included Mrs. Bulke, Mr. yours, support. '
and Mrs. F. M. Rodriguez, Mr. and W. T. MADDOX.
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,berg, Mr. and Mrs. R. Y. Patterson FOR SHERIFFI

Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Bestor, wish to announce to the voters of ,your present Tax Collectorin wish
Hendry I candi- office.I to announce myself a can-
Mr. and Mrs. N. V. S. Mumford, date for county the office that of county am a super- have tried to the best of my didate for re-election to the office

Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Holstine Mr. intendent of public Instruction in the knowledge to give sincere and effi- of to Sheriff the of Hendry county, subject
Democratic cient service tc all the people of Democratic primaries in May
May primaries.I
and Mrs. Max Meluh, Mr. and'lIrs. I am making this race solely on
have lived in Hendry county mot' Hendry County. I would greatly record of law my ..
C. A. have teacher and appreciate a full term In office. and fair
Martinez W. Lawson, Mr. of my life: been dealings to all and I the
principal in schools of Hendry, Lee Your vote and support will be assure peo- Qv.
and Mrs. W. P. ple of Hendry county that the
Vaughn, jr., Bud policies -
and Glades counties for 16 years12of appreciated.R. of this office will not
Vaughn Alfred S. Weber and A. them in LaBelle. I hold a lifo Your vote and will
I support be ,
graduate state certificate and a life N. MILLER. .
S. Weber jr. preciated. '< ,
ap-1 E
first grade certificate, and am a Z
college graduate with the degree of H. L. DELANEY. I )
ST. PATRICK'S TEA GIVEN AT Bachelor of Science In Education.If \ lc
elected as superintendentI FOR TAX COLLECTORTO ,
promise a conscientious, faithful
and efficient administration.I THE VOTERS OF HENDRY FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER ,M' ,:

The Parent-Teachers Association will appreciate your vote and COUNTY: DISTRICT, 1 I
"., support. I am taking this opportunity of "
sponsored a Silver Tea given .in the announcing that I am seeking the :I wish to announce that I am a .' Irt\
i. new school auditorium Friday'afternoon ,; ,.NELL H.- JACKMAN.' office of county tax collector in the candidate for county commissioner
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: .r May Democratic primaries. To I
my District 1
subject to the May Demo-
oy the finance committee - -------- friends and to those of you who cratic, primaries.* ." Clewiston Federal ;,:

under the chairmanship of, Mrs. R. SUPERINTENDENTOF know me I say simply that I am in I have been a resident of Clewis-
FOR COUNTY the To the to whom I I
race. many ton for eleven years and feel that
H. Knight. PUBLIC INSTRUCTION r am a stranger, I would like to add my long experience. as .a resident, Savings and LoanAssociation
The tea table was overlaid witha of this that I have lived at Sears 14 years, property owner and business man in
Four years ago the people that I am a native of LaFayettecounty the district will help me in I "'
lace tablecloth and centered withan county nominated me to the office of repre-
a graduate of its schools and senting it on the county board.
arrangement of white candytuftand County struction Superintendent by the largest of Public majority In- that I have been in the employ of If elected. I will give the district I .

poppies. A silver tea and given any nominee in the county
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primaries. This was an honor which

.- individual coffee service was used in serving I deeply appreciate. During these .: .. :....:..t: ..: ..:..:..:..:.(..: ..:..:..:<.( ..:...:..: ..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: ..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:...........................................
:':' cakes iced in green and make years in a office record I which have endeavored would be of to :;::.+: :.....:..:..:..:..:. :..: .( : : ...:.-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.( : :NN, : :N:N:..:..:NN:N:N:NN:NN:N:N:N:.':";" :":": :":":":":.': :":":": :":": :"
and hot tea and coffee. Mrs. great benefit to the people of Hendry ++ : :::::: :: N2 tt

R. N. Smith and Mrs. Keathley I County. On this: record I ask the YY

Bowden poured. people to re-elect me as their County ..'.2' '2"2'
:: Superintendent in the' May 'primaries.If : 't'.t":'

j During the afternoon a group re-elected, I shall continue, con- :;::;: "' : ." ;'>; ( .: : :;:::
from the high school glee club composed i sistent efforts for. a nine months term : ,,, ; >. .' ..i.t.i1 .
of Misses Beulah for all the schools in the county.the ..t.'f: '.. ENJOY A'N : r:5 -
same careful business-like administration "

' ;:,', Louise Hollingsworth, June, Hooker, our, and schools.to work Because: for of improvementin my knowledge ,::: : \ '. : '\j 'Y ;" :::::

E: Florence Graham, Maxine Doty and of the needs of the schools in .....J.t. -, '

f.' Renee Wethington sang several folk all sections of the county it is logical -I ,,i1:!: ..'. /!,' ALL ELECTRIC ""Y, ': 't"2"t.;'
t that I am best qualified to render :: < '. ,I
:, songs under the direction of Miss .- : .t"2'
most efficient service. I will sincerelyappreciate : '
t''- Alice Steinholtz. your expressIon of confidence ,:::: : : :.. .,... :::::,

The affair by retaining me as your County ,.!..!. '\ J : 'i"t'

as a get-together was planned for mothers primarily of Superintendent.S. ':'.i' HOM::::: : / yy'2 ..2'v

school children and netted about A. (STEVE) GRAVES. :;::;: ::::

$8.00 for the treasury. SUPERINTENDENT OF I'UIILIC I :iii1 A'i 1ii. !

-; PAID ; : :t:::: '

announcing my candidacy for :: .:: Electricity IS the modern servant; a servant that **
POLITICALANNOUNCEMENTS the office of Hendry County Super-
intendent of Public Instruction, sub- .:: : takes care of both the work and the pleasures of the a::::::
ty ject to the Democratic primaries In

May every, I earnestly'citizen.I solicit the supportof ,:.*: home and one that will do everything quickly,' efficiently :;:.:;:

have lived in Hendry county for ... and
s FOR ASSESSOR OF TAXES the past seven years and am a Ilpndrij ,..; economically..i ::::;:

county property owner and taxpayer.I ., .i. 2 .t.
d.?'. I hereby for re-election announce to myself the office a candidate school worked and college my way and graduated through with high : One slices :: :

Assessor of Taxes Hendry County of, a B. A degree; took advanced courses 3::;:: penny will toast 26 crunchy of toast, or.ti ::

Florida, subject to the in education at University of Florida t +.t.
j. primaries It In May 1940. Democratic summers 1935 and 1938 and have ti!::!: give your- eyes two hours of safe reading light or operate :i:.;'

re-elected I promise to conduct always kept in close touch with the
c the Fair affairs Impartial of the office In the same latest 'educational methods. Had 10 _: : your radio for most of a day-and-ELECTRICITY is :;::;:
Efficient manner years experience as classroom teacher
I have strived to do In the palltJ assistant principal and principalsix -- ;::;: that the :
-u:: gre Your tJy appreciated vote and support will be of them in the Clewiston School: one thing gets cheaper more of it that you use. ::::

therefore I feel that I am ;well tV
-,' DENNIS SMALL. qualified for this position.If 'H. :::::2: I
u':_ I elected superintendent, I i::! That have and e home
-- ---- ycur !: IS why It IS so, easy to enJoy a :;:+
FOR TAX ASSESSOR promIse an economical; business administration t... ..
and will exert ev'ry.: : that is all electric and d' :
H. mo i
I: VThis is effort toward greatly Improving our .: :::::
:' to announce that I am a county schools. I thank ycu. .;a
for the office of Tax asses- i I 2 .1'i'
+ sor for Hendry county subject to the B. E. HERRING. :a "

:_. Democratic primaries in May. I .'I..:. r '2.':'
.',- If elected. I promise to fulfill the .:I 2 ...:.
duties of this office faithfully and I

,'::,: conscientiously erty owner a square and give deal.every prop-. FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY- :::: ELECTRICITY IS YOUR CHEAPEST SERV- :!:::

; I will appreciate. your vote and TO ,THE ,PEOPLE OF HENDRY :;t' ......
: support. COUNTY: \ .i .
H. E. (BERT) O'BRIEN.CIRCUIT In announcing my candidacy for i t
.. re-election to the office of County .i
:/ Attorney of Hendry County subject : ::
CLERICs : to the .1 '
,f' Democratic Primaries to b" 'f..t..
held in May r also wish to take this 'i.I. .t..2.
s TO THE VOTERS AND :MY MANY means to express to you my sincere 1 1 ii.. -_ ." .t..2.
FRIENDS OF HENDRY COUNTY: appreciation for HIP splendid vote you '1 t"'. ..i..i.ASV ...
I wish gave me in the elections '
to announce my candidacy two years 1
for re-election to the office of Clerk ago.The *
of the Circuit Court In making this experience, made possible by '1 1'.2' .:....
announcement I wish to express my that vote, will enable me to render '1 .t ++
appreciation for the support and con- to'you still more ('fflcl !1t -seiv'ce! .1 V ....
In this office.
fidence given me in the .1 y
<.. During the time I have past.been Clerk' : Your vote and suppport in the 1910! .1 .. .:..:.
a I have elections will be gratefully apprtc'r.t-> ,
done best ::

a affairs like elect service manner.me of of I this which my promise If office I you am to to in see administer give capable.a fit business-the to best the re- ed. H/rA. RIDER I .. .:J.1:1:::2 I Glades Power and light a Co. iJ= =!:

WILLIAM .'. : :
T. HULL. 1 ). : ....
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I hereby announce myself a candidate :- .: .t..t.
> In I for the office of County Judge .',,:. A
a announcing my candidacy for for Hendiy county .t..t..
subject to :
the .

Representative re-election to, from the office Hendry of State I! Democratic Primaries in May. I feel 1.-x: ..x..x..>x..x..:..x..x..x..... ...."r.ee"i1..X.. H"'i.' ''.......... ............................................:...... t.1. -"

county that I'am thoroughly. qualified to ":: XrK..H.X XX: : : ..XK: :..::....HKX X ... ............... ......... ...........................:.....,.......!...............:...:...:...:...:...:...:...:...:...:...:...:...:...:...:...:...:..x .


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::1 W. C. Owen is recuperating in I PeeplesEzellComing Martin-Bell f Wilson for first prize, and an

Bay Pines hospital from a knee organdy apron to Mrs. V. C. Woodward -

J r PersonalsMrs. injury received while bowling on as a surprise to friendsIn Announcement has been made Of The as hostess second prize.served delicious

the local alleys recently.H. Clewiston and 11oore.Haven. was the marriage of Mrs. Madeleine peach shortcake to Mrs. Wilson,

the announcement of the marriageof Mrs. Woodward, Mrs. Harry Turner,
E. O'Brien of LaBelle was I Keck Bell of Stuart William Nye
Mrs. B. J. Schroeder, Mrs. W. H.
Laura Ezell of
Mrs. Emma
il; Homer Taylor of Felda was here Wednesday in the interest of Martin of Clewiston, the ceremony Lanier, Mrs. Roy Alston, Mrs. C.
Clewiston and Joe H. Peeples, jr., I
, last Sunday E. Nail and Miss Mac
: a visitor in Clewiston Friday. his candidacy for county tax col having been performed Palmer.

i! lector. of Moore Hd.ven. The marriage at the home of the bride's ,

i i Mi's. Nell H. Jackman of LaBelle occurred on February 4th in Arca- I parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Keck FRED INGKAM HILL, JR.

I i was a Saturday visitor in Clewiston. Judge E.: B. Donnell, of West dia, with County Judge L. E. 'n Stuart. The vows were read
Purvis officiating.Miss j by Mrs. Lillian Hansen, an aunt of Clewiston friends ofIr.. and

iJ! Ray Bass spent the week-end in Palm Beach, candidate for attorney ''Hortense Collins and Merrell tl-o bride. Only members of the Mrs. Fred I. Hill, former residents, _

, Okeechobee. general of Florida, was a visitor families present. are interested to learn of the birth
I 11 Lowe, of Clewiston, were the only immediate were
__ of a son on March 4 In. The baby
here this week in the interest of attendants and witnesses to the I Mrs. Martin is a popular and

::1 I. E. Scott of Moore Haven was his candidacy.C. wedding. Mrs. Peeples wore a talented member of the Stuart has been named Fred Ingram: jr-
business visitor here Wednesday. The Hills are residents of Chicago,
i a sports dress of dusty pink with younger set. She attended the public
I I.. 4 -- R. Bitting, president of the blue accessories. schools 'in Stuart and graduatedfrom where he is connected with .the

1 Clayton Waters spent Sunday in United States Sugar Corporation high school there. For several Athey Truss Wheel Company.
] The bride is the daughter'of
i ; West Palm Beach. spent several days here this weekat Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Bethea of years she has conducted classes in
art, both in the school and privately. -
Dave Alston spent the week-end his apartment at the ClewistonInn. South Clewiston. She was educatedin f FOR RENT Two sleeping rooms.
: in Miami. the local schools and has .recently -
1:1 Mr. Martin is manager of and Phone 76. F. L. Williamson tf.
I been employed in Alston's
, J holds a half interest in the Clew-
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. King were :
Wilbur McGehee has arrived from Drug Store. Mr. Peeples is the
Saturday visitors in Fort Myers. I iston Dry Goods Company of this
elder of Representative and
St. Leo School for Boys near Dade city and has been in Clewiston for ,

: J Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Rodriguez City to spend; the' Easter holidays I Mrs.ty. He J. H.is a Peeples graduate of of Glades the Moore coun- about two and a half years. He H. C. Jones, Sagamore Avenue, or

4 were visitors Saturday in Fort with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Haven High School and is asso- is the son of the late-Mr. and Mrs. call 19. It.

( Chas. Martin, formerly of Denora,
Myers. A. McGehee. J'I ciated with' his father in his extensive Pa.

cattle business.Mr. .
Mrs. Hazel J. Love, 'of West Palm The young couple have taken an FOR S \LEOne
Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Blount, Billy
and Mrs. Peeples this week
apartment in the Stone duplex for
Beach, was a business visitor here
I thisweek.. Blount, Richard .Small and son, I moved to Citrus Center to reside. the present but plan to buy or Du-All Tractor. 2% hp. all

Howard, spent the week-end at build a home of their own in a equipment nearly new. Cost $375. '
: Miss Betty Spicer and Sandy Bell Fort Myers and enjoyed the fishing short time. will sell for $100. Kent Pendleton. .
, were visitors in Pahokee Saturday at St. James Sunday. wish to thank our" manyfriends MKS. NOWLING HOSTESS TO

r night. for their expressions of
I Miss Roberta Spicer and Miss sympathy, their acts of kindness BABY CHICKS-$3.85 hundred C.

I : Mr. and Mrs. W. H.: Lanier have Barbara Morrison returned yester and for the beautiful flowers sent R. C. Nowling was hostess O. D. Heavy mixed.. $5.85. AAAA

I moved into their new home on for the funeral of our nephew, I Wednesday evening to members of RED or ROCK PULLETS $8.45
Crescent Drive. I day from' Tallahassee to spend the Donald Thompson I II I her bridge ,club. A chenille bath hundred. Write. D. '\\'. Nichols Company -

: Easter holidays at their homes George S. Smith and family. set was awarded to Mrs. R. C.I Kingston, Georgia. ap26

.. Mrs. G. B. Thomas and Mary here. I ,

: Louise Thomas were visitors Satur-

j day in West Palm Beach. Mrs., George Crow and Miss' -

: Christine Bell spent the week-end;
1 Mrs. F. M. Rodriguez and Mrs.J. .
visiting relatives in West Palm SPESSARD L.
J. H. Pressley were visitors Thursday -

:' y; afternoon in Belle Glade. Beach and visiting Mrs. Howard

;,i I McNeice in Pompano.Mr. r
., i Jack Cash of Orlando was a business HOLLANDFor
1 visitor in Clewiston Wednes- and Mrs. Ed L. Hayes left I

f day. Wednesday for a month's vacation.
', They are making a- motor trip to
e Mrs. T. B. Shelley of Miami spent Governor of Florida
II New York City their
during absence
j ,!I several days over the week-end in

Clewiston. from Clewiston.. NEVER Before in the History of Florida have those who make

0 I living from the soil had a better opportunity to place
Mrs. E. E. Kelly and Robert and Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Roberts
] in the governor's chair a man with the understanding of their
Lloyd Kelly were visitors in Miami
Chicago, were business visitors in [ problems' like Spessard L. Holland.
Wednesday. L
i Clewiston this week. Mr. Robertsis
Born to farm and grove life, a small citnis grower himself,
1 Charles B. Owens of West Palm'I' connected with the Athey Truss
closely associated with track gardners, living on the fringe of
Beach joined his mother, Mrs. Ruth Wheel
company. the great cattle country,' he is familiar with all of fanners' trials
B. Owens, here for a week-end trip
I I Ii and .tribulations.! His, ,record shows him in
I 1 sympathy
i to Okeechobe'e.' .. Mrs. Christina Bulke ::returned with them. > .

yesterday to her home ,in New
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Florentine

: FT,,. have returned to their home in H.York J. after B. Scharnberg visiting Mr.for. and a Mrs.few The best gauge of what a man will do in the

I Chicago, after visiting Mr. and Mrs. future is the RECORD
weeks. of what he has donein
N J. E. Beardsley for two weeks.

" II -------- the past.
, Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Brown and
Mr. and Mrs. V. C. Woodward
children and Dr. and Mrs. J. W. '
I' have moved into the second floor
I I Ezelle and daughter, Emma Jane," .
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. apartment in the recently completed !
were among those attending the
Kelly duplex on Pasadena Avenue.
rodeo in Moore Haven Sunday after-

Mrs.' William McStay and daughter -

Julia, Mrs. Blanche Turner and
v Mr. and Mrs., John A. Stone have 4' /
Mrs. Gratton George attended the
as their guests this week Mrs.tone's I I
rodeo in Moore Haven Sunday.
h daughter, Mrs. Harriett _

) -. Libby and June Libby, her sons-in- I ,
Mrs. D. C. Settle, Mrs. C. H.
law, Frank Montgomery and Ed I e
. Settle, of Moore Haven and Mrs.
r. Arlington, all of Minneapolis. I :
Ruth Rucker, of Knoxville, visited
in Clewiston Saturday. ..
Alfred S. .l
Weber and son, AlfredS. ;
''Weber, jr., of Mervin, Pennsylvania ,
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Vaughn,
were visitors in Clewiston
Sonny and Harry Vaughn and I Mrs.
this week, en route' to Cuba, on
W. P. Vaughn, sr. spent Saturday
business. Mr. Weber is old
in Fort Myers.
, I
. ,I friend of -
- the H. .T. Vaughn family. ee
f'f.JI" 1 _
"\ Mr. and Mrs. C. W.; Fuller and Ralph Brown left Friday for

I grandson. Gene Marshall, left Tues- Orlando where he has accepted a 4 o U

day for their vacation./ They will I position with an insurance com-

, visit in Atlanta. pany. He has been employed for
! S
-------- i the
past two years in the general

I Mr. and Mrs. Thomas B. Owens 1 I l office of the sugar corporation.. I Ii
have returned to Okeechobee after
i. I.
I" spending the harvest season in i Mrs. F. W. DeLozier and children Y

j : Clewiston. I Marion and Billy, Connells-

'- ville, Pa.; Mrs. Albert Raughpaugh,
: Mr. and 'I
Mrs. Foy Durrence and
Cumberland, Md., and Mrs.' Ever I
Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Prewitt were I
Miller, Glencoe, Pa., are the, house \
business visitors in Fort
Myers guests of Mr. and Mrs. I. D. Leydig I
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r; Mr. and Mrs. Ed Colyer and E-1
c Art Lawrence, G. B. Thomas, WeStthghOuew
daughter June, have moved into
Bill Haynie and
the first floor apartment In the Alex
\ McGowan drove to Tampa '
new Kelly duplex. t1
! Sunday to see the All-Star baseball I

i ----- game given as a Finnish relief : AH AMAZIMG; VALUE
Emorea Giles and Jack I 'n
I: benefit. Connie Clark, Nell Williamson % New
Cross of
: friends in and E. W.. McLeod also at- fltw: Br nd-new 1.940.modelW1th. newest
Clewiston Sunday en route to TEMP Control
Miami. atended the game. tl;):. cabinet styling, new FIBERGLAS"lifetime" TRUE-

I :w. insulation. w ,
I I: Oliver Scharnberg, iM : SUPER tRUE.TEmpIHIQ\' ,.."
Bill Wilholt, who has been visit- who has been ,}%f "Also big "Sanatloy"

ing Wilbur Goff, for a few weeks, I visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. :%g@ FREEZER, with extra ace for frozen

left yesterday for his home in H. J. B. Scharnberg, left Tuesday, I l11 storage fast freezing, EJECT-O- e 1

Syracuse, New York. accompanied by his father, for Newport -, CUBE trays new, closely-spaced GIVES YOU SURER '

Ark. to join his wife and baby I SANI-BAR shelves new TRVESTEADIER FOOD ,

Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Durst and son. Herman Scharnberg will return WfYI TEMP Cold Control '. the thrifty PrO t ECTlON

Mr. and Mrs. Al Palin were guestsof I by train to Clewiston and Mr. : ECONOMIZER mechanism. It's truly

Mr. and Mrs. Joe Falcon in Olga I and Mrs. Oliver Scharnberg will re- : the buy of the year. Come in and see itlPARKINSON'S!
Sunday. turn to their home in Boston.

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J. E. Beardsley attended a meet- Mr. and Mrs. 1 E.E. Kelly; Robert -rill. Inc.

ing of the Everglades Drainage and Lloyd Kelly and Mr: and Mrs.

District board held in West' Palm C. E. Nail spent Saturday in Miamiat 'I .

;: Beach Wednesday. the Caterpillar Open House given 1t\ff2\ Clewiston Florida

by the Clewiston Motor Company

Mrs. H. A. Land, Mrs. H. C. and the Shelley Tractor and Equip- I;

"" ;4 Avant, Shari Land and H. A. ment Company. Other visitors from. rnn..:. .,., d.

! :Peterson Palm Beach spent; yesterday in West Waldron Clewiston and at Clarence the show Benbow'were: Bob.I 't1r y:. ti?, ;111X1 t:COar rwl : .Y''1: .A.r Wi ; l I t.i .: ; "f L',.,:.:.: :,

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CHAPTER XII- must go to Budapest by the first tenderly and said as she pressed. his said, 'you are an American,' andI J2WNU
-13- Surely I'll find the poor little hand and kept it: said, 'But I have no security,' and

Jebb's whisper there. You are an angel to "Was this one of your jokessending he said, 'You're an American'-as: : 4

Started, turned, saw me. And now we've talked so up a strange name and askingfor if that proved anything! "'r
cry with a swift hand about my affairs. Tell me my brother? Was it just to sur- "He wouldn't listen to any argu-
,Then she rose-as she you. What brought you to prise me?" ment or scruples, he just asked me Service.

.rise, like a lark-came ?" "Is-isn't your brother here?" to excuse' him while he went to his

ill, lithely, oblivious of i was a brusque question and she "Why, no, he's in Servia-some- room and got at his'money-belt; and
([costume. Their it with a blush of meek where in the mountains hunting big when he came back he handed me

fierce clutch and she i that told him more than game. Don't you remember my tell- the sum in English bank notes. Then;

<\side. dared to, believe. She had ing you in ,Munich; ? Do you suppose he said: -
"I_I didn't know him like another Ruth. that if he had been where I could 'You must have' something. to get

(those clothes." tell.me; are.you-did Fehmi reach him I should have acceptedall along on till you hear'from your
He could have grant you the-the talaq?" that money from you?" brother or till your bank' reopens,' ; : :

'such sublime inanity, am nobody's hanim now. I '"N-no, I.suppose not." and he actually wanted to give mea

,jag was small joost me. I am free now." "I'm awfully' glad to see you," thousand dollars more. But I com- TUXEDOS-FROCK SUITS

*: "Bidden' you know was so beautiful, now, alone; she pattered on. "Do sit down," and promised on five hundred. The next FULL DRESS with Striped Trousers.
)you the feerst meenute lovable here in the sur- she dropped into Miruma's place on morning I had the money at the for Complete Accessories '
TO RENT Weddings and All Formal Oeca-
would brokers' bright and early and I slon Anywhere. Vint for detail
weesper. of civilization. the divan. "It was awfully embar-
. .----'---- made a solemn resolve that I'd nev- M.STEIN&CO,1714 L St.N.WWashinBton.D.C.
They stared at each hIm and ins name rassing to me that you should disappear -
(jflushed a little deeper he and his name anywnere.1 so completely, and leave no er speculate on margins again." I

I "But you didden' her. What protection could he trace." Knowing nothing else to do, "Did you' keep the vow?" grinned. BABY CHICKS

(effendi or madame her when he could not protect he just shrugged his shoulders and Charlie. She pouted meekly:
\,used to-what it was ? He had fought the battle smiled.' "Well, I might have kept it if the Continually U.IT Legs it!'ast Growth.TESTING Long! and Life BREEDINGfor and Rapid

call me joost now?" in Uskub and had chosen Meanwhile, sister Jennie sat and stock hadn't gone skyrocketing up Feathering.Growth.produces fast Feathering chicks of and unusual Uniformity.Uvabllity. ; -

I "Miruma!" honorabler course, had silenced purred over him, like an amiable I again. It never rains but it pours, Inquire Write about today our far easy cataloyut payment and plan price list
She closed her eyes and fled with it. That she tabby with a disabled mouse be- I you,know, 'and in,two days that'awful MILFORD BREEDERS HATCHERT.PIkesvllle P O..Rockdale MlPullornm 0

:deep as if the sound come'up with him and that she tween her paws. As his eyes rolled bank was' reorganized and reopened '
Of all Fate's and letter of credit was Tested Chicks.. New Hampshire
here at his mercy did not distressfully he saw brother Charlie my
I Reds; 13 other profitable breeds. Write for _
;seemed to Jebb the his duty. He,was wondering steam into the hotel and push to the all right. 'But'when I came to look free folder. Jones Hatchery,Gallatin TenD.. .

;jshould meet Miruma to broach the subject to Jennie desk like a liner crowding up to a for Mr. Pierpont he' had paid his

crowded hotel parlor! and her brother and the pier. bill and disappeared, taking his little CH ICKS!flssoRTED>,oCrlpplesINoUiU3l HEAVIES,$<990 3p.rlX
other woman should when he heard his name paged '"There's your brother now," Jebb niece along with him." We Guarantee Live Delivery.Wt Pay Pottage.
shim' at any moment. the corridor. exclaimed."No ."But the ring-the ring," said ATLAS CHICK CO.. St. Louis Mo.

called the boy and was in- Impossible! So it is!" and brother Charles, voicing a curiositythat
CHAPTER that Miss Ludlam was wait- she left him and made an almost was aching in Jebb's breast,
un-old-maidenly haste, catching her "how did you come to give him the 'As Thin as Thin'I

t Rarely has,a brother just as he was asking for ring :I gave you?" I

utes been longer than her at the desk. His eye fell on "Such a silly question, Charlie. Gold is one of the most mal-
lam's, rarely has it Jebb. He stopped short, snorted likea Can't you see I felt so ashamed of leable of metals and can be hammered -

Miruma was saying bull, and, charged."So taking his money with no security, out into sheets one 300,000th ....
ish giggle: here you are, eh? I never expected that I forced it on him. He didn't of an inch in thickness. Goldbeater's ;
"You didden' know Y to see you again." want to take, it, but I made him. skin is the base on which the

See if you know me "Again?" cried Jennie, "you'veseen When he learned it was worth only beaten gold is imposed. The gold
hid the lower part,,of him?" about half what he lent me he con itself is known, as gold leaf, andit

ing over the white, "Have I seen him! Didn't he give sented." is of amazing thinness. Hence
mimicked a yashmak."Oh me'the slip in Munich?" Charlie rounded on Jebb: the necessity for a suitable base /

I knew"you "You've met Mr. Pierpont before! "Well, why in thunder, didn't! you to carry it.
saw those eyes. c iiA Isn't that funny?" tell me all this on the train when ]I The best leaf is made from 23

"Jebb Effendi" "Pierpont-That's Dr. Jebb." accused you 'of stealing the ring?" carat gold, and is usually beaten

eyes, then? J "Dr. Jebb-why"-she! turned to "That was his delicacy.' Can't'you out until it is only one 280,000th

"They'are the fY J ebb'. see, Charlie? ,He didn't want to in- .of an inch in thickness.
eyes in the world. ( "
"That's the said Jebb. volve me.
"Mazallah! A !
"You're longer "And I got"your ring away from Charles could understand that he

Don't be afraid.no him, Jennie. See, here it is." And i owed Jebb a handsome apology, and "
Then he flew to he fished it out. "He wouldn't tell he put it in his own terms. '.M ( P'

"But how did you me how he came by it, though." "I guess the drinks are on me,
and when?" "Wasn't that delicate of him?" old man. I've made a, jackass of:
"Bidden you And she beamed on Jebb till she myself, and I admit it. What'll it THROAT 'Y

ters?" frightened him."Belicate be?" Docs your throat feel d' s
"No." !" gasped Charlie. "Del- But Jebb declined to liquidate thel -duo prickly to when a cold you? Benefit swallow .

"I sended twice icate! Then you really did give it to account. from Luden's special for- {
you yi. ,:
He explained the blankly."I him? Then it is true that you-" And then sister Jennie said she mula.menthol Contains that helps cooling bring : :; ".

tempts briefly, but "Sit down, you old dear, and I'll must run up to her room and write: quick relief. Don't suffer ..
another second. Get .
tion the Ludlams. She tell you. She toppled the mountainon him a check for twenty-two thousand: Luden's for that "sand
Then I deed not to the wailing divan. marks. paper throat!" ,..

hoped so much to "It's an old story to you, Mr. Pier- "Would you mind making the LUDEN'S 5*
have finded the g z pont," she said, "but you won't mind check payable to David Jebb?"
leetla girl vitout me!" hearing it again. Well, to begin at "David Jebb?" Menthol Cough Drops .: 0

the beginning, you see, Charlie, you
"I have not found "But I compromised on "That's the,name you gave me on
"You deed not try five hundred." wrote me that you were going into the train," her brother put in."That's '
place, then?" the mountains for a month or so of my real_ name," said No Just Unjust,
;. "What Budapest him in a lower alcove. Jebb hunting. Just after you disappeared, Jebb. To entreat what is unjust' from
:" "I sended in Charlie, I had a call for five thou- the is but to seek
you my : Now Charlie was off again: "But just wrong;
, card. You did not komm' sofort!" sand dollars more margin on my why did you call yourself Pierpontto what is just'from the unjust is
stock in the-oh that awful invest-
pest? boy .went his way, and Jebb my sister?" folly.-Plautus.
, "I came through to find a troubled curiosity ment you let me intfor.' "Hush, Charlie, don't make an-
; didn't stop-except to "Rock Island, you mean.
face. other exhibition of yourself. He was
"Only to eat! Yazik "That's it. You told me to hold .'
Ludlam is-er-you remem- for a rise." traveling incog., Very rich people BILIOUS?
, What a pity! The child that ring had?" often do that."
"Well I see by the that it'sup
very near you. ." paper" Brother Charles and Jebb were Here is Amazing Relief of
after have twenty-nine points. Conditions Due to Sluggish Bowels
you goed, belonged to her." such mutually discomforting com-
I to me a picture "Yes, but at that time somebody If you think all laxatives
did it in that when they were left together l1ont1
buyed J.7j
you say you thi3
attacked it and the bottom fell out act; :alike just try
. find it tack \ ,
up on restive I laxative.
" Ludlam grew : ._ '_"'__-x.ry_ all vegetable
room of one of the for a few days. I had word one So mild thorough refreshing invigorating. Dependable -
;' The I? afternoon from my brokers in Mu- "Come on into the cafe and have relief from sick headaches, bilious spells.
man say he find had tired feeling when associated with constipation.
it associa- something.
sayed no
before-in the room nich that if I didn't cover the drop get a 2Sc box of NR from your
Without Risk
maked by morning I'd be wiped out." "No, thanks. druggist. Make the test-then
your clothes hasn't." "Well, will you excuse me if I do? if not delighted return the box to us. We will
first earned to "Is that so! Somebody was ham- refund the purchase
, my I've just got ,in from Munich and That' fair. '
member?" I find you here; you wait mering her, I suppose. Get price.NR Tablets today v
"Do I remember!" her: the beautiful Mees Lood- "Well, whoever hammered it, it I'm horribly thirsty. "
,. "Jaffar say ?" hit the toboggan and I stood to lose "Don't let ,me keep you.

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f shall he burn it. I disillusionment, the shattered the cablegrams announced that by1 this new turn of the wheel. The

{. it to you in a letter." back in her breast. Jebb rose my bank in' New York had been money meant so much to him just. Truth and a Sunbeam ,

', "It is in Trieste side whispering: looted by its president, and had now; it meant power,it salvation funds from Truth is as impossible to be
r closed its doors.- I found where the infinite humiliations; meant
say it was a picture effendim! madame! soiled by any outward touch as
for the pursuit of Cynthia.
,r' "Yes-he is a !:-I beg you-I! can explain cashier of my Munich bank lived and the sunbeam.-Milton.
colors-a -" telephoned his house. He said that Then the luxury of being a minor,
Croesus faded before a keen anxiety -.
ada-how you say- I !-if you would not have my letter of credit was good for '
for Miruma. He must find her.
say-I cannot shame myself here please nothing unless the bank opened
language-but I can nothing-let me-go-" again.,,I was simply in despair."At She must be told the news, the news' I
He wouldgo
a pencil-" He gave hurried away as fast as she that moment who should come
desk and her his
to the send
. his fountain pen slipping through the crowd along but Mr._Pierpont here. I didn't
i.: "Margit-Sziget, a lithe panther-like grace that know him and he' didn't know me, card, imploring ,her to grant him a Help Them Cleanse the Blood '

:, "Who is Margit him even'then. He stood but he heard me crying, and said, hearing.He Harmful Body Waste
her ?
paused-what was name
der?" and saw her vanish. 'Pardon me, madame, is there any- Your kidneys are constantly filtering
"I think he is the then he heard a voice back of thing I can do for'you?' It soundedso Miruma was her first namewhatwas waste matter from the lag blood in their stream.workdonot But
last? Had she sometimes
her registered as kidneys
C land. The picture is -a sweet and womanly voice: good to hear an American voice act as Nature intended-fail to remove -
and I hanim effendi? or madame hanimjor impurities that it retained may
park. And on eet is this Dr. Jebb? and he spoke so gently was and upset the whole
Mme. Fehmi Pasha-or what? poison the system
ing like the little was brought sharply 'to book, so weak that I just up and told him or body machinery. .
( be backache
J Symptoms may nagging
ed to me, 'Dear gasp of surprise. the story. persistent headache attacks of dizziness.
-worry. I am having a it's Mr. Pierpont. The card, "Well, what do you suppose this Two Lights for One getting up nights swelling puffiness
in theese beautiful it was Dr. Jebb." : angel of -a Mr. Pierpont did? I can The trend toward use of two panes* anxiety under the and eyea loss of feeling pep and of strength.nervous

;.; ter Pierpont.: Do you worst fears seemed realized hear him now-'There, there, my of' glass instead of one has brought I Other signs of kidney or bladder, scanty disorder or
name -Pierpont?" swift change from the formal I poor child'-" she laughed moistly; added safety on the highway and too frequent are sometimes urination.burning

. Jebb nodded for Dr. Jebb to the gush of "he called me his poor child when greater comfort in the home. Automobile There should be no doubt that prompt Use
:.F. that all?" for Mr. Pierpont. And his I'm old enough to be his mother!" safety glass is made by sand Doan's treatment Pills.is Doan'i wiser than have been neglect.winningnew

"No, then comes, was increased by the But Charlie was impatient: wiching a plastic filler between two friends for more than forty years.
child!' and then in of what Mr. Pierpont had af- "Go on. What did he say?" plates. Window conditioning of res- Are They recommended have a nation-wido by grateful reputation.people thepw1D

a child is print them, him to. For he saw before "He said, 'There, there, my poor idences, gaining in popularity because country over. Atk your neighbor
-the name of the a short lady whom even a flat- child; if you'll stop crying, I'll give it saves 20 to 30, per cent in
Are you would call, plump. you the money.' I said, 'You'll lend coal bills, is accomplished by use of r
place" this was sister Jennie! As he me-twenty thousand marks-me-! two panes with captive air space
He shook his head d :at her in a daze she smiled I I a total stranger!l' 'Certainly,' he between. -

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I i : .An optimist has been defined asa If lemons are stored in a cov-
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I shoes wear out he will be back on will not wither and shrink.

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I Following the open meeting the j
City Is Divided Into Four board went into executive sessionfor I

EASTER MORNING PROGRAM conferences with the bond men I

one at a time.Immediately. ";

Fire Zones; Signals GivenCITIZENS Community Church 1 11 1:00 A. M: board adopted after a resolution convening pledging the-

I maintenance of the Pompano
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Minster "- Canal if the War Department will
ARE URGED TO Atlantic division engineer at Rich- clear It of hyacinths. CommissionerH.

FAMILIARIZE THEMSELVESWITH mond, Va., to prepare a review report L. Lyons 'said the Broward
ZONE SIGNALSIn on the project modifying the PRELUDE; Chorus from "Death Unto Life", R. M. Stults, Choir Chamber of Commerce has offered

location I existing Caloosahatchee and Lake Gloria Patri" ..............................:......'....................... Congregation to provide the funds.
order that the Okeechobee drainage areas in Flori \ I r
o'f a fire may be more easily determined da. Invocation- ,

this the week volunteer laid fire out the department The review was asked by the Hymn No. 71 .-.........................................__......_............. Congregation Fuller Warren-
house rivers and harbors committee \ I
city in four zones and fixed a February 20. It will determinethe "He Is Risen",. Pattinson's Arrangement of Beethoven's5th (Continue- From Page 1)

certain whistle signal for each. advisability of modifying the Symphony ............................................................ Choir 000,000 the state receives in annual
Citizens are asked to familiarize revenue is sufficient. The troubleis
themselves with the plan so that existing project to construct side Offertory .................:.................................. Christine Halladay Doty that the big part of that $61-
channels connecting the main chan '
by listening to the fire siren they nel of the Caloosahatchee river Announcements ............................................................ The Minister 000,000 has been going to the
will know the approximate location I wrong people-the bond sharks.
of any fire. with communities along the stream. Cantata, "King of Glory", Morrison ......:............................ Choir
"Who are they? Are they bona,
The highway is used for the The field investigation was as-I I Solo'parts will be sung by-Irma Howard Smith, Mina fide investors in Florida's bonds?
and signed to Col. Lewis H. '
east and west dividing lino at Jacksonville, ......................:.................. Hirsch Niblack, Robert N. Smith NO! They are financial scavengers
district engineer
Bond Street and Royal from the North who pounced on
Avenue as the north and south Florida, who will obtain the viewsof I Mrs. Doty is accompanist for musical program which was prepared Florida after the boom when it
unfamiliar with local interests and file his report direction of J. E.
division.. To those under the Beardsley.
was flat on its back. They bought
residence in or near with Bain..Bowling. I 1
streets a
the those bonds at an average of 33%
of each zone is listed.
each corner ,
cents on the dollar and now are
The northwest zone, the signalfor . I I collecting' in full".
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which will be one long blast I
of the siren, has the administration Von Mach) ...... 151 160 153 unidentified worker for Lykes Bros., I Warren went on to explain how ,

building in one corner, the E. I Vaughn .....:..... 137 132 147 who brought them straight to Clew the bonds had regained value when '
L. Stewart residence in another, The league leaders dropped one ''Brantley........158 170 169 iston to the hospital. Glades county i I gasoline tax money was allocatedto

the F. D. Duff residence in another game each in their matches on I Total.......... 692 825 673 officials were notified but no investigation pay principal and interest. His i
and the H. T. Vaughn residence in Monday night, Moore Haven losing j, was deemed necessary. plan is to put the squeeze on bond-
one to the Chamber of Commerce'and holders by lining legislators
the other. i The Thompson children were the up on
The northeast section, the signal the Merchants losing their j C. R. and D. orphaned children of a half-sister, a threat to take the gasoline tax

for which will be two long blasts last game to the Clewiston Realty II Bell ................ 171 138. 142 of Ernest and George Smith who money away from bond payments.To .

but ............ 128 112
Corporation, Wilson
has the H. J. '''B. Scharnberg resi- and Development had taken care of them since their forestall this, he predicted,

dence in the northwest ,corner, the High School team definitely Small .............. 165 134 mother's death. Mrs. Easter, motherof bondholders would agree to reduce

Johnson's Fish Camp in the north- showed that it is still in the run- Tippey ............ 114 125 125 the Smith boys and grandmotherof I interest from 5 to 6 per cent, thus

east, Hooker's packing house in ning when it trounced the U. S. S. I Swayne ............ 91 97 the children is a sister of Mrs: providing an annual saving of from
the ClewistonInn C. office team three straight games, Holstine .......... 160 121 122 $15,000,000 to $18,000,000 to i
the southwest and .. Maggie Smith of Lakeport and Mrs; pay "M
in the southwest.The
southeast section, which I game total and gained one game on II Commissary: The family has resided in Clewis- er's pay and public health work.

will include Hooker's Point, will the second-place Merchants. In Kolstad .......... 124 126. 122 ton for a number of years. Warren told the voters that

be recognized by ope short blast the, ,other match played Thursday and I Oliver .......... 102 110 'Florida needs a "stream line model

of 'the siren. It has the 1"C.. L. night the Clewiston took Realty three Boone ............. 121. 86 Candidate Must- I governor", and declared he is 35
Development team
freight depot in the C. Corn- I Hager ............ 143 134 145 ,- years old,. and a young, ambitious
from the U. S. S.
Point community straights
corner, the Hooker's j I Waters ............ 95 I I and vigorous man. Warren is a
southeast, the ,missary.. ( (Continued From Page One)
in the Bass ................ I native Floridian, a practicing at-
Hopkins Block in the northwest and Junior Waters of the High School j 88\I lector, and a third one in the same
Harper ............ 102 151 torney in Jacksonville. He has
the U. S. S. C. receiving stationin team had the highest individual'score race is G. R. Hatch of Sears. So
!'! Total..........585 599 546 I served in the house of representatives -
the southwest.The of 216 in the second game 'I far, William T. Hull has no opposi-
I from. his home county, Calhoun -
remaining section is the of their match last night. In this tion as he seeks another term as 1 v
I II Post Office Moved To and from his present
largest and will be signalled with game his team totalled 825 pins | clerk of the circuit court; neither
Duval. He has served'three terms
two short blasts. The, Seminole for the second high of the tourna- has County Attorney H. A. Rider,
I I as councilman in Jacksonville. He
Drug is in the northeast corner, ment. Ed Markette of the Merchants New Location SaturdayClewiston or Supervisor of Registration John I
is a farm boy who worked his
the A. C. L. passenger depot in I had high match total of 531 I e i L. Hall. '1 way
through school and
through law
the southeast, the sugar house ,and pins and Brantley of the High In the county commissioners race
post-office patrons are j} school at the University of
southwest and theM I 497. those who have to
Harlem in the School was next with I qualified up
gradually getting accustomed He has worked as delivery
now boy,
M. Prewitt home in the north Standings Thursday noon are G. E. Etherton
League to crossingthe street after their sawmill helper, clerk, soda jerker,
west. W. L. Pct i and,E. E. Kelly for district 1, Clew-
Team mail Saturday' afternoon carpenter and whatever other
These zones should be memorizedby Moore' Haven. ..._....... 17 4"*, .810 i Jor"on schedule iston J. Olin Davidson for district jobs
of last week, promptly.on were available, he stated.
of _
everyone and a great. deal Merchants ..:............... 17 7 .708 I I and two tiers of 2 LaBelle. Blitz Wegman incumbent,
confusion will be avoided when the High School .............. 17 10 .630 I the; equipment moved from the old and REieder': Herron for district 3 Mr. Warren spent. the night at

fire signal is sounded. I Royal's ........................ 13 11 .542 boxes were the properly installed I LaBelle, Frank McClenithan 'incumbent the Clewiston Inn and left, Tues-
office to. new
C. R.. and D ............ 13 14 .481 and the afternoon mail was dispatched -. and Alto Hires for district 4 day for LaBelle and Fort Myers, .

Emmett Shelley Is U. S. S. C ................ 10 14 .417 :j from the new: office with I Denaud and Arthur Peters, Jim where he spoke Tuesday evening.

I Commissary.............. 7 20 .260 I Maddox. and W. S. Shoults against I

Winner Of Medal C. of C. .................... 5 19!) .208 I|I no There loss of are time.no combination boxes I i the incumbent E. B. Hull 'of district Stetson Dean Is-
I Ward of the Chamber of 5 Felda.In .
I I in the new office and in addition 'I /
Honors In Tourney I Commerce team holds high individual 1 to keeping the new location in mind I I the race for school board mem- (Continued From
average score of 157. The to remember not ber are Dillon Hall incumbent and I Page 1)
\ patrons are trying
other nine members of the 'big at home when G. M. Watson for district 2 La- extravagance of state governmentand
to leave their key I
Emmett Shelley, local number one ten' are as follows: Markette, 149.8, after' the mail. Belle, and Mrs. F. L. Dunaway and the mounting costs of county
golfer, breezed in two strokes ahead Stallions, 148.0, Martin, 146.4, Postmaster A. W. Sias states Earl Murray for district 1, Felda- I government and showed how other

of all other players to carry off Dowd, 144.8, Von Mach, 144.2, that there is so much more roo'm Denaud. states had cut down this cost. -

medal honors in the Everglades Brantley, 143.7, Waters, 143.6, ,I in the new office as compared_ to I For the Democratic Executive I "In some localities," :Mr. Raymond -
Match Play Championship Tourna- I Holstine, 142.8, F. Hollingsworth, the old, that he may be in danger Committee qualified candidates are 1 said, "politics seem to be
ment qualifying rounds. Shelley'sscore of walking himself to death but W. C. Evans: and Hurd L. Reevesfor ( looked upon as a business rather

was 39-41-80. "Breezed in" I corn-1 i iI prefers that to stumbling over I I state, Mrs. Ethel C. House and I than as a service. If we continue

is the proper description of golf I games and are changed slightly by i! packages and colliding with the Earl S. Royer for congressional* j to sanction an attitude which re-

playing during the high winds of last night's scores, Brantley ad- clerks as was the case in the old Mrs. Laura Yeomans, incumbent, i i gards public office holding as a

the past two months, which have vancing into fifth place. | quarters. Olney Blount O'Bannon and E. L. means of earning a livelihood
I congested
prevailed to ruin the score of many The scores: I Stallings for' district 3, Mrs. Jane rather than as a: means of servingthe

low-scoring boys, and send them in Monday Night j Ii ADVERTISING ERROR Walker and Lubbert Coleman for state, then we shall certainlynot

cussing and discussing the weather. Merchants district 4, Mrs. Margaret Reeves, be fulfilling our citizenship

Just two strokes behind "the I 1 Schroeder ...... 119 I In the political advertisement of M. N. Taylor, incumbent and' Dave obligations."

Kingfish" was last year's winner, Martin ..:......... 123 jSpessard Holland for, Governor In Thigpen for district 5. In closing :Mr. Raymond said, "we

t' J. W. Milligan, of Belle Glade, Kelly ................130 140 158 | last weeks issue, a transposed line must wrestle with these problems .

.. whose card read 42-40-82. Logan ............ 127 137 100 caused the adto read ,as follows: : No AgreementContinued and set our house in order. This

Pairings and qualifying scores for ( Markette ........ 194 185 '152 "He voted to abolish the Work- will never be done in a politician's

:f' the championship flight are as follows -. Wilcox .......... 1 18 146 man's Compensation Act" etc., ( from page one) smokefilled room with a fat cigarin

: G. George ...... 112 123 which should have ,read* in wholeas for his expenses up to $25,000. one hand and" a whiskey and

Emmett Shelley (C) 80 vs. Casper Total..........693 692 679'C. follows: "He voted to abolish Both proposed to refund ( soda in the other.
on a The dean was accompanied here
Van Landingham (BG) 92. R. AND D. the poll tax as a voting requirement. basis of not more than 50
per Mrs. Raymond and by Mr. and
Lou Betzner (BG) 87 vs. J. V. Tippy............. 147 115 Holland sponsored the Workman's cent, :with an annual tax levy of by Mrs. W. R. Hughes of Iowa City,
. Thomas (P) 92. Bell _................. 116 119 Compensation Act, Teacher's): Re- not 'more than $400,000.
. time here
' Iowa and they spent some
W. C. Owen (C) 94 vs. J. J. Small ........:..... 122 114 170 tirement, Florida school code." Several members of the Land- Thursday morning being shown over

Mosley (BG) 97. Holstine ........149 166 154 'It ,was a small error which causeda holders Protective Committee, form- Clewiston and the adjacent farmingarea

F. D. Duff (C) 96 vs. Ed WardC Swayne ..........105 131 great change in the meaning and ed last August, criticized the Stifel, by J. E. Beardsley and A. W.

( ) 86. Wilson ........._ 72 149 we are glad to make this correc- Nicolaus proposal and urged that
E. M. "Doc" Van Landingham Knight ............ 130 t!!I tion. : the contract be awarded to' Excel- I

- (BG) 87 vs. Dick Bowman (BG) Total........... '639 602 718 fcien.. J. D. Butler, Deerfield; .
93. I Child Killed- R. E. Harmick, Okeechobee; R. ;, Increase' Expected In 't

Nicholas Mumford (C) 92 vs. R. Chamber of Commerce D. Lyons and Joe Peeples, MoorHave'n
........ 150 135 118C Aid
i, W. Turk (C) 90. Lawrence all expressed themselves Old Age Recipients
: Ralph Kirk (BG) 00 vs. Mrs. F. V Parkinson 132 131 163 (Continued From Page 1) favorably on the Excelsien plan.

D. Duff (C). 95. Weaver .......... 138 93 '117 was holding Donald in her. arms They obtained a promise from the

Arthur Wells (BG) 93 vs. J. W. ;lark .............. 91 135 118 when the accident occured and that board not to act on any plan until Jacksonville, March 22 (Special)

Milligan (BG) 82. Hard ?............ 149 132 171 he was asleep. When the car over- the committee has a chance to The action of the State Welfare

Scores and pairings for second Total .....__... 660 626 687 ( turned she said that her "left hand study it. i Board in opening for Investigation

flight: Moore Haven I and arm were. pinned and the child R. K. Lewis, West Palm Beach, applications for Old Age Assistancefiled

Fred Sterchi (C) 98 drew a settle: .............: 161 125 138 was killed instantly, his neck broken. advised the commissioners to take I in June, July and August of

bye. souse ............132 .108 149 The car almost immediately caughtfire plenty of time' to investigate the I r last year, will bring a material and :

Luther Jones (BG) 104 vs. Sam owden .........*144 163 103 and as those who had escaped past records, the ability and the I,i I early Increase in the number of

Fleming (BG) 107. owd ........_...__ 150 150 155 I attempted to extricate Mrs. Easter backers of the three competitors.He i: recipients.

" Joe Wood (LH) 98 vs. W. B. lardy ......--... 127 117 and the child she said that with her said he could see no need for i According to announcement of
'. Granger (BG) '104.C. 'landers: ._...... 91 free right hand she scooped water haste. Clayton C. Codrington, state wel-

L. McLendon (C) lOG vs. J Total ..........714 637 662 I from the canal and threw on the Ralph Kurtz, Clewiston, on the fare commissioner, there are 2,824

F. Curry (C) 98. flames to keep them away from other hand, urged the board to : cases subject to investigation. These

The eight first round losers in Thul'sdaXight her. Even then her left hand and take action as quickly as possiblein will be disposed of ,a's rapidly as
the U. S. S. C. Office the child's burned limited staff will permit, investiga-
, championship flight will makeup body were badly the hope of forestalling the con-
: the first flight. !chiffli .........: 138 123 91 "ml she suffered other minor burns. fiscatory' tax levy ordered by the tions being in chronological order.It .

: ;rochet .......... 140 158 119 Mrs. Easter Is 66' years of age Florida Supreme Court.It is not the purpose of the Board

i Review Of Lake iebtor; .,.......... 105 98 138 and despite the terrible ordeal was the concensus that. a new however to increase staff or to have

Shelley........... 94 101 through which she went and the system of levying drainage taxes visitors neglect varied other responsibilities -
: Project Is AskedMajor yon Mach ,.... 152 165 135 suffering experienced with the must be adopted, if the debt is of the Board.

Moran .......... 82 wangled left hand before reachingthe refunded because a sufficient Investigations"will be nearer

Total........... 629 626 584 hospital she never once lost amount cannot be raised under current when August applicationsare
General Julian L. Schley, High School i I II consciousness. 'until given ether for j I the present acreage tax method.. disposed of than at any time t

chief of army engineers, Tuesday Waters ..........139 216 109 the amputation.The The 'present system also was characterized since the State Welfare Board, took

assigned Col.; Jarvis J. Bain South I Stono ............ 107 147 95 party was picked up by P.L as unfair; over on July 1, 1937.

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