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Title: The Clewiston news
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Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: April 5, 1940
Publication Date: 1928-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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VOLUME 14; NUMBER 17 CLEWJSTON, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, APRIL 5, 1010 SUI95CRIl'TIOX2.00 PER YEAR
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State Sugar ProducersGet Aerial Survey Of I:'Band I And Choral Group.Is .


Glades Is PlannedA.


Another Cut In Heard In Broadcast

,R. Broadfoot of the United

States Engineer Office in Clewis-,

ton and C. Kay Davis of the federal -

m 1940 Marketing Quota soil conservation service plan, From Here WednesdayR.

if weather conditions permit, to

make an aerial survey of the entire ::I -

IS FORTY PER-CENT LESS FOR Everglades area today in connec- I FIRST RADIO PROGRAM FROM

1940 THAN AMOUNT SOLD 'Dr. Gudbaur Speaks tion with the joint program of W. I THIS SECTION OF GLADES

i soil conservation work being under- I IS GREAT SUCCESS
DURING YEAR 1939 I At Kiwanis Meeting taken by the soil conservation board S c I _
i The United States Sugar Corporation -
the Fire Control
and Everglades
A further reduction in the sugar
Band and the Plantation Choral
I Board and in ,which the Engineersare
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marketing quota for Everglades !i Dr. F. G. Gudbaur, Fort Myers muchinterested.- R. 'v. Club broadcast a full hours' pro-

producers was announced Tuesday optometrist who conducted a clinicat gram Wednesday at noon ov'er
I The men will fly a coast guard his first te
with the tentative division of the the school this week under the Station WFTM of Fort Myers, prob-
hydroplane and follow out all of athletic
.uo 420,167 short tons of sugar among I auspices of the Kiwanis club, was ably the first entertainment programever

the 69 mainland cane sugar pro- guest. speaker at the regular meet- I: the canals, proposed connecting was broadcast directly from the

ducers of Louisiana and Florida by ing of the club at the Inn Wed- work, the course of Okoaloacoochee by the Everglades.The .
Slough and around the rim of the
of
Secretary Agriculture Henry
nesday evening.Dr. week and program was held in the
Wallace. The quota set for the
Gudbaur explained
many lake.The Clewiston High School auditorium
United States Sugar Corporation soil conservation service, ted by the '
most interesting details in: methodsof
beginning at 12:15 and ending at
although the largest allowed any I under Mr. Davis now has four the regular
examination of the and in
eyes 1:15 the having
producer, was only 54,218 short draglines at work between the necessary arranging -
of the
the care eyes, producing
been made for broad-
previously
tons or approximately sixty per demonstrate Hillsborough and North New River teachers
charts and equipment to -
cent of the cane marketed by the his talk. and Miami Canals throwing up a time but casting the program by remote con-

corporation in 1939. It, was one of the most detailed levee as the first work in the pro- be acted trol. The time of day prevented
The Fellsmere of fire control many from attending the broadcastbut
sugar producers gram long-range of the
lectures ever given the club and
quota was' set at 3,797 ,tons. work in the lower glades. Several there were many who listenedto
for some time after its conclusionDr. Mr. Turk,
All companies given quotas will dams are also being built in the it over their own receiving sets. ,
Gubaur ,was held by the ques- as.a. school
be allowed until April 14 to file Hillsborough canal. The broadcast was sponsored by
tions of his interested listeners and many friends
objections or exceptions to the i several business firms of LaBelle on
answered all of these questionsvery trons of the
allotments which are set up under a regular Hendry County Chamberof
completely.The student
provisions of the Sugar Act of I Commerce of hour
program one
eyes of every school child THREE NEW HOMES progressive
1937, designed to stabilize prices I each
the
Wednesday at same time.
clinic'and
will be examined during the I school j
and supplies of sugar In the domestic
the club will assist in providing pleasure to The, band was assembled on the

market. glasses or treatment for those 'who ARE STARTED HERE he is stage in the auditorium and the
The chief injury to Everglades
are unable to do so themselves. choral club was grouped about
producers comes, not alone throughthe County the microphone just in front of the
reduced quota, but the fact DURING PAST WEEK
Everglades Fair stage. The announcer, Frank Evans
that while the marketing provisionswere
was seated on the stage' at 'a table
removed during the war
with M. E. Von Mach who assisted
scare last September and there was Starts Next Tue. 'j. F. Tippey, local building con- with '
the details.
every reason to believe that unlimited tractor, has begun work on two U. S.

sugar 'production would be new houses during the past week the I The first number by/"the band,
Following is the for the
program
permitted, thousands of acres I under the direction'of Prof. Frank
many
making a total of five which he now
Everglades, Fair which opens next went on the
were planted which will probablybe I Sturchio was "Activity March" and
The
has under construction. new
Tuesday ,April 9 in Belle Glade and April 2, for
a complete loss. I homes are for O. A. Clarke, was followed by "GypsyFestival". ,., .
13. federal
runs through Saturday, April :
In commepting Wednesday on 9 Tamiami Trail Tours agent, and J. made a overture. ,
Opening Day, Tuesday, April i
the quota Jay W. Moran, vice- all school children will be admitted L. Brantley. 'the county, The choral group was then introduced '

president and manager of, the sugar free, to the _Fair 'Grounds, and will ,1,. Another'-new residence was. started of questions and under the direction .
that the .
corporation stated' acre-has receive 'rides and entrance to the this week by' T. J., lilirp't n-= I of .'-. 1 l.,;.their JeaderVfMozeJlJ! !: $' JcKson.y/" ; '
age Which the corporation now ? '.: '
carnival shows at reduced prices. tractor, for .J. ; I. Kellems to be of the family sang several selections 'inder as
, fj 1 planted would produce very nearly tance to the follows: "Let Me, Fly", rt3Swing Low."
wouldbe Lake, Worth Day, Wednesday: occupied by Mr. Kellem's son-in- '
twice as much to'cane market.as they This cane, April 10 has been designed as Ever- law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.C. is a Sweet Chariot",. a solo by Edwin '

he permitted said, is not like raw materials: glades Day. Mayor- Brantley, and a J. Neilson. does every- bass, "Asleep In,The Deep"
motorcade will be welcomedin states by the group the spiritual "In
is special The Clarke located as
used in most manufacturing but home is '
C. Great Gettin1 Up Mornin' .
when uncut for a season, almosta Belle Glade.' t ; ,f>n,.the north side of Pasadena
Miami Day, Thursday? ) rrt, 11 ) A Federal Headway March was next played r
complete loss and because of .' street between Atlantic and San :
with a large aerocade Va'nd motorcade Avehues ten 'years, the band and followed by a '
their efforts to plant enough cane BenitQ',! and -immediately
from Miami and many special] each decade. solo by Maddox, "When the
to supply the American markets ,adjoining' in the next lot .east the'
features of interest to all made every In The Lighthouse Ring". A
and prevent disastrous sugar shortages new Childress home. It :will have'three
the West Palm Beach Day, Friday, states, the number, "Good News" by
I such ,as occured during bedrooms, living and dining
p April 12 the.B'eIle. Glade Rotary in this club followed another
was by
World War penalized by
they kitchen
are rooms, and bath as well as
will be host to members of the valuation of ,
Club h number by the band.
the drastic reductions.Mr.
a large screen porch, front and rear 't'a
Moran made the following Civic Clubs of South Florida at an and a porte-cochere on the west as a whole, As one of their finest selections
All Glades Luncheon at the Com- Other
statement to the dairy press immediately side. It will be of novelty siding band, next played a medley of

upon the quota announce- munity Methodist church. with asbestos-cement roof and con- gained Southern tunes which was
The County Democratic, Committee the
answers
ment: crete pile foundation and is valuedat by two more spirituals,
"Because offshore areas tried to has set Saturday, April 13 as 4000. asked are ''War No More" and "RideOn

profit-through War scare by running Rally Day for the Everglades Section The Brantley home is in lot 19, fidence, King Jesus". The Summit
of Palm Beach county, and a officials.
sugar prices'beyond reason quotas block 203 on Arcade Avenue be- by the band was the next
free bar-b-que at noon will be ser- The 1930
were suspended on September 11, 'tween DeLeon and Citrus St., just I .
ved. We have increased esti-
our Hendry
1939., To help keep down priceswe west of the A. W. Lawrence home.It At this point the announcer re-
mate of the probable attendance at 3,700 while
marketed over 92,000 tons of is a large house; bungalow style I everyone listening who
the and must
bar-b-que
seemingly tion was ,
sugar during 1939. Limitations of
with six rooms and 'a sleeping porchon interested in prosperity for
Increase it still further because of
54,000 tons, or less than 60% of the southeast corner. The in- The av Florida to wire their Con-
previous year's the acceptances that... are coming in. is only 15.7
marketing,
means Continued on Page 10) approval of the Peterson
the American housewife is being In the Governor's race, Paty, 31 on the in Congress asking for

placed at the greedy mercy of Whitehair, Holland, and Barbee, six questions
five-man committee to investigate
foreign countries and other off- have already accepted. Hon. Robert Ladies Aid Chairman all the
legis-
shore areas, now guaranteed more Gray; Hon. W. V. Knott; Hon. -name, r sugar industry and sugar

than 70% of our sugar market." i Nathan Mayo and Hon. Colin'II j!I Named At MeetingMrs. !I tendance, I legislation as a means for toward mainland securing cane

I English and J. Edwin Larsen. can- completed
I I (Continued on Page 10)
Number Of Defaults didate for treasurer will be here. Questions

Soccer Coe will speak, and other John H. Doty new presi be asked of (

In First Golf RoundAn Coe-seekers, of the Senatorial Toga dent of the Ladies Aid Society, of age, and j: Six Matches PlayedIn

will be present. presided for the first time at ,the of residence

The two Senatorial candidates for April meeting of the society heldat apply to all t Bowling Tourney

unusual number of defaults this and Broward county's seat at the church Thursday afternoon. over I

' marked the first round of play in Tallahassee are expected. During the ,meeting she announcedthe The

the match play tournament at, the The local committee has secureda names, of the greater numberof the average I Six matches were played in

Clewiston golf course, and the public address system, and this the committee chairmen and minutes, it is i local bowling league during

tournament swings into the second undoubtedly will be augmented by stated that the others would be count past week, three on Monday

round this week. "hoot wagons" of the various can- named, in a short time. ( light and three 'on Thursday night

The only really good match in didates, so that everyone can hear Chairmen named included: Pro- the greatest upset being the

the first round was played by R. the speakers advantageously. gram ,Committee, Mrs. Kent Pendle-: Fishing of the High School team by

W. Turk and Nicholas Mumford, ton;; Social Committee, Mrs. W. Commissary team in two out

both of Clewiston. Mumford carried Boy Scouts ParticipateIn H. Lanier and Mrs. W. W. Perry; three games to knock them out

Turk 21 holes before he allowed Bazaar. Committee, Mrs. E. C. Mills a tie with the Merchants for

him to win, 1 up. Council Jamboree and Mrs. H. II. Hall; Finance Com- place.

Results of first round in the mittee, Mrs. J. Grady Niblack; Mr. and \ Moore Haven won six 'straight

championship flight-Casper Van- A group of Clewiston Boy Scouts, Visiting and Welfare Committee, Chicago, three from the Chamber of

;ti Landinghatn defaulted to Emmett accompanied by their assistant Mrs R. N. Smith. nicest on Monday night and

Shelley, J. V. Thomas defaulted to scoutmaster, Charles Benson, and The program for the afternoon, week by any from the Commissary on

L. C. Betzner, W. C. Owen defaulted Jimmy" Weaver were in Bradenton I "Being Good Neighbors" was pre- Camp. They night. Both matches were

'r to J. W,. Mosley. F. D.\ Saturday to participate In the pared by Mrs. J, G. Niblack. day afternoon on the Moore Haven alleys.

,y Duff defeated Ed Ward, 6 and 5- council-wide jamboree of the Sunni- Mrs Lanier and Mrs. Perry, ing. Merchants lost only one game

.a:' an upset.' Dick Bowman defaulted land Council held at the junior high hostesses ,for the afternoon, serveda Don R. \ of six, that to the Royal team.

, to Doc VonLandingham. Mrs. F. school there that day. delicious Iced drink and wafers. Ind., caught night, to hold tight to the

D. Duff defaulted to Ralph Kirk.J. Events in the jamboree included: Those present were: Mrs. H.. U. and J.. II. \ place position and are hoping

W. Milligan defaulted to A. )parade and inspection; knot-tying I Hall, 1Irs.V.. H. Lanier, Mrs. Kent and party wrest the top spot from Moore

Wells. contest; String-burning contest; Pendleton, Mrs. W. W. Perry, Mrs.B. Mr. and \ in their next encounter, the

' Results in the second flight- Water-boiling contest; Tentpitching M. Hatch, Mrs. Win Martin, ton, S. C., I, match of the tourney. '

'{ Fred Sterchi advanced on a bye. ; First Aid; Stepping 100 yards; Mrs. W. F. Simpson, Mrs. I. D. are reported W. L." Pet,.

Luther Jones defaulted to Sam staff throw for distance: equip- Leydig, Mrs. J. H. Doty, Mrs Joseph string of bass Haven .............. 26 '4 .867

.J Fleming, Joe Wood defeated W. ment race and tug-of-war. The Robbins, Mrs. 0. A. Jones, Mn not, disclosed. .................... 25 11 .694

B. Granger, 5 to 3, C. L. McLen- Clewiston scouts participated in all J.} J. Graham, Mrs. L. H. RobbIns, Beach School ,.........._.,_ 21 12 .636

don conceded his 'match to J. F. but the tent pitching and while Mrs. Olin Carleton, Mrs. Briandt Monday 'and ,.....:.......;..-...... 1614; .533
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Uncle Sam Guards Canal Zone Household News Conscience Awakened n r


Against Sabotage by 'Enem y' j The shop keeper was wondering- I:

how to dispose of three large '

-ljj cheeses which had spoiled.He .
instructed his assistant to
put one of them in the back yardto
see if anyone would take it
r t ; during the night. The assistantdid

so, and next morning he reported -
the cheese had disappeared.That .
evening the second cheese
.
A Y" \vi' was deposited in the yard, and in

lL the morning it had gone.
On the third
evening the remaining -
cheese was carried out.
"I suppose," said the managerthe I t <

next morning, "that the third
cheese has gone?"
= : peirX\; f4iK "No," was the reply, "the other
two have 'come back."



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WAR in Europe has caused SLOWBURNINGCIGARETTE .

Uncle Sam to tighten the guardon
THAT
''HG fED: a .
ta>; i'fgNlf''
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his vital Panama canal. Even ..
visitors (above) are now barred & MEANS CAMELS.

42 from much of the canal area. .) THEy'RE MILDER
thousand tF'
Twenty troops are on
duty there shown at COOLER AND
Sentry
now. :
SAUCE MUST COMPLEMENT THE FOOD F' ,
the left shows how these soldiers
(See Recipes Below) MORE FRAGRANT:
- must guard against malaria. L.

'Sauce for the Goose'The over any meat. This is also good for NEVER WEAR OUT
<- '..' :,' .::: ;;::)!:!$2?{f #{)I t any fowl or game.

.-. ,.., ". : ='.. function of a sauce may be Cheese Souffle With Tomato THEIR WELCOME ..1
.
0 / ; Cream Sauce.
either to accent or to soften a flavor; t
)-c cP 9 it may be used to enrich a food, or 3 tablespoons butter
9, to moisten it; the sauce may be 3 tablespoons flour 'S.i .
., 9F' V Y x ry r d1 sweet 'or savory; it may be hot or 1'4 cups milk
l
cold. Whatever its purpose or clas- '/ teaspoon salt ,

1 Y r::: ;g J sification, the sauce must be smoothin :Vs teaspoon dry mustard
l '/ pound sharp cheese
[. flavor as well as smooth in con-
;' sistency. It should, in addition, of- 4 eggs
:;' Guns shown at right are typical fer contrast in color, flavor, in texture -I Melt the butter in a saucepan, add
the flour and cook until Then
frothy.
y;_ of the artillery weapons installed or in temperature. add the milk and

):. at Panama. Below doughboys during Sauces are "sweet" or "savory," cook together until ; .

tF: maneuvers leap over a sea = depending upon whether they are the sauce has w
. : t ;
used for desserts,
ivall. Huge guns and large troop rT or are served thickened. Meas- I I 1' y L4 f

concentrations are capable of pro- J6 with meat, vegetables ure out h. cup of -

tecting the Canal Zone's secrets vI G. egg dishes cream sauce and q { kf
set aside to
from enemy "invaders" and spies. s r, '.5" or macaroni. use
6 in the sauce. To
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,1' 4.. i French cooks,
the remaining cream sauce in the
to whom sauces are sacred, use two
pan add salt, dry mustard and I
basic "mother sauces"from
recipes
or
cheese and heat until the cheese is 2:4
which all their savory sauces ..
... white melted. Add beaten egg yolks. Cool. .., .
are developed; no simple ; .
Beat egg whites until stiff and fold
f1 I r.f. ::.... sauce or sauce merely thickened into mixture. Pour into a casserole Peggy McManus Expert Horsewoman
: : with browned flour for them!
(about 8 inches in diameter) and
;., To serve its purpose, a sauce must bake 1 hour to 1 hour and 15 min PEGGY uses plenty of horse t,..:

',,'. complement the food-rather than utes in a very moderate (310-de- picking her horses...

j. ,..... ''.::..'.?.:.':.j" disguising it. That means subtle gree) oven. Serve at once and puta plenty of common sense in pick-
,' i 4 seasoning, and just the right con- spoonful of tomato cream sauce
her Like millions of
ing cigarette.
'. ....' sistency. over each portion.Are .
others she finds that slower-
Plain white sauce-the standby of a
II G F + so many cooks-should seldom be burning cigarette gives more mild-
You Planning Your Spring
'. vY served "as is." It's a foundation, Cleaning? ness and coolness, and smokes

really, which is quite likely to be Before the with a full, rich flavor and fra-
flat in flavor, and very much too housecleaning season
it arrives (and it's just around the cor- grance. So Peggy smokes Camels,
thick! Judiciously seasoned, can
be used in dozens of different ways. ner!) be sure you send for a copy for Camels burn slower, give '. ".
of "Household Hints." You'll find it
lJMVn 1? Flavor it with sharp, gated cheese, more pleasure per puff and more
or add condensed tomato soup to it, a handy reference book when you puffs per pack.In .
begin to clean and polish and reno
for character; use a drop or two of
vate the house. Just send 10 centsin
Worcestershire or a half teaspoon
coin to "Household Hints",care of
of prepared mustard; or-and this
I recent laboratory tests,
,Eleanor Howe, 919 N. Michigan Ave-
is secret might well borrow
a we
CAMELS burned 25%slower
-
from French cousinssubstitutesoup nue, Chicago, Illinois, and get your
our copy of this useful book, now. than the average of the
stock for part of the milk, in i
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"< 15.other of the largestselling -
'" making the sauce.
t. I 'Busy-Day Meals.: brands tested-slower
a
y ,
: ttr Delicious Sauce.z Are there busy days in your house- than any of them. That

cup heavy cream (whipped) hold, when there's very little time means, on the average, a
1 eggcup for preparing and serving meals? smoking plus equal to
Vi sugar If there are, you'll be interested in t"itJtrRA <
'/, teaspoon vanilla extract what Eleanor Howe has to tell you
Beat white and yolk of egg sepa- about "Busy-Day Meals." Watch for

rately. Add sugar to beaten yolk, her column next week-and for the
then add beaten egg white. Last of menus and tested recipes you'll find

:. all add whipped cream and vanilla in it. SMOKES
extract. Serve at once. (Released by Western Newspaper Uniop.)

Italian Tomato Sauce. 7E R PAQ/G/
Into a deep frying pan place a 'Magic' Butter Rolls

No. 2Vz can of tomatoes, 1 green Speaking of "busy-day" meals,
': pepper choppedfine here's a recipe that will make one

1 large onion and one-half dozen "magic" butter
chopped fine, Vz rolls in a hurry. This is what you
"'
lb. ground round need:

steak, 2 table- 3 cups general purpose flour
Merchant ships passing through the canal are guarded by army spoons'Worcestershire r 1 teaspoon salt 1"t t

.. troops like the fellow above, on duty in the engine room. It is also sauce, 1 'z cup butter or other shortening
It reported that steel have teaspoon tabasco i/4 cup evaporated milk
:,. nets been installed to protect the great locks
from would-be saboteurs. sauce, Vi teaspoon '/ cup water
ground allspice, Vz teaspoonsalt 2 cakes yeast
V4 teaspoon black pepper, 2 1 tablespoon sugar
tablespoons grated Parmesan cheese 3 eggs
and 2 cups water. Cook slowly for 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
c..Yt4 approximately 2 hours. Cover Vz cup sugar
h cooked spaghetti with sauce and .1 cup nuts (cut fine) _
sprinkle with grated Parmesan To 'Ite cups' flour add salt and )FOR EXTRA MILDNESS,

!; cheese. shortening, combining as for pie
4'
P", Ya Easy-to-Make Hollandaise Sauce. crust. Combine.milk and hot water. EXTRA. COOLNESS,
p;l : }. 'Into top of double boiler place the When lukewarm add the yeast and

t.. juice of 1 lemon, 4 egg yolks, Vz cup 1 tablespoon sugar, blend well and EXTRA FLAVOR
butter and a dash of paprika. Beat then stir into the first mixture, beat-

. t constantly over boiling water until ing until very smooth. Cover and
i1 : thick. let stand:20 minutes. Then add the CAMELSSLOW
;
y. D $: 6t : Barbecue Sauce. eggs and beat 'vigorously. Beat ,in
1 large onion the vanilla and remaining IVz cups
1 clove garlic flour. Stir until smooth. The dough -
Vz cup catsup will be stiff but slightly sticky. Tie
" Y Vz cup Worcestershire sauce the dough loosely in a square of
1 No. .2 can tomatoes cheesecloth and drop it into a pail BURNING ,
1 tablespoon butter of cool water (70 to 80 degrees). In
. 1 tablespoon sugar about an hour the dough will rise to COSTLIER TOBACCOS
Vz cup vinegar the top of the water. When it does,
A view from atop Ancon hill just before the last lights were ex- Red pepper, black pepper, remove it from the pail. Knead

'languished in Panama's first blackout. On the left are the lights of salt and mustard-to taste lightly. Cut into small pieces, roll

'['Miraflores locks. The outline of the canal can also be seen, a narrow Cut the onion and garlic into fine in sugar and chopped nuts. Twist These AdvertisementsGive -
'thread of water which is Uncle Sam's "lifeline. pieces. Strain the tomatoes and add pieces as desired and let stand for
one can of water. Add the other: .5 minutes. Bake in hot oven about You Vauest
ingredients and bring to a boil. Serve. 20 minutes.




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Oil casement window By HAROLD L. LUNDQUIST. D. D. Questions enees between France and Spain.
Dean of The Moody Bible Institute
casionally. This will of Chicago. It was declared independent by
1. What country in Europe has
rusting. JAMES. BARTON (Released by Western Newspaper Union.) in 800
DR. always been at peace? Charlemagne A. D.

(Released by Western Newspaper Union.) 2. Why will not asbestos burn? 2. Being a mineral, asbestos is

Baked custards and of the reasons that there Lesson for April 7 3. How much does a cubic foot noncombustible.
ket are tasty with a of solid gold weigh? 3. A cubic foot of gold weighs
grated nutmeg. are so many cases of can- 1,204 pounds.
4. What is horse ?
Lesson subjects and Scripture texts selected a opera
seen todayis because mid- and copyrighted by International 5. Do barking frogs have a tad- 4. Movie pictures known as
Council of Religious Education used by
Store seeds in a cool individuals know that permission. ; pole stage? "Westerns" are sometimes referred -

they reach you too early. is a" 6. Diamonds and coal are both to as "horse operas."

keep better than in a disTODAY'S AMOS PLEADS FOR JUSTICE carbon. What is difference. ? 5. Development into adulthoodof
that the barking frog takes place

Try baking apples in a l.f known at HEALTH LESSON TEXT-Amos 5:1: 10.15,21-24. '- The Answers within the egg.
roaster with of time. The gen- GOLDEN TEXT-Hate the evil, and love 6. Coal is impure carbon. Diamonds -
one cup the good and establish judgment in the 1. The Republic of Andorra, located are pure carbon crystallized -
a half dozen peeled practitioner COLUMN gate., -Amos 5:15.
in the valley of the Pyr- .
are much more juicy -
now alert to dis-
baked in a pan without his Social justice, though much spo-
cancer among pa-
ken about in recent times, has been

.' Stradivarius knowing that early can- the concern of right thinking men

is curable and late cancer ever since sin entered the world and syCD

The only Stradivarius fatal. started man's inhumanity toward H OW SEW RUTH VYETH

man. In the prophet Amos we find SPEARS
ments that arc now However the big advance
the eloquent and plain-spoken voiceof
for
tifically preserved - - -- - - -- -
the standpoint of recog- one crying out against such

future generations and are cancer is that medical conditions almost 800 years before ,}TAFFETA := LAWN color is added by means of fancy
violins, a viola a
Christ: braids, ribbons or bias tape, according -
i in the Library of of today can now
to
Book 1
type. Sewing
are kept in an air- This lesson is one which is of ut- WHITE ,
of in
more cases cancer PALE and 4, contain directions for making -
case to insure their most importance because in our WITH BLUE
week than the medical stu- L PINK WITH a foundation frame, or you
ical care; and they are present-day struggle with social in- .
.vr i HORSE rjr FRILLS may use a shade that you already
of than 20
frequently, by famous less years justice we have come to assume thatit a HAIR AND have.

concerts given in the saw in a year. is primarily a political or eco- BRAID RICK RACK

retain and keep alive nomic question. .Amos and all other Nn w PAPER SNAP NOTE: Each of the four book-
Dr. John Garnett Howell, Phila- PARCHFASTENERS lets Mrs. Spears has prepared for
tiful tones.Collier's.DonYou Scripture rightly gets at "the focusof
as guest editor of the Medi- infection," which is sin. Sin in P zs MENT SHADE L 1f our readers contains an assort-

can't save N World, says: the heart leads to sinful actions, and = ment of 32 pages of curtains; slip
i
Mrs. X knows what "Educational standards of cancer these inevitably involve others, and WITH ROSE covers; rag rugs; toys; gifts and .

night of the storm. .Read to medical students have thus bring about social problems.I. BLUE + FULL FABRIC ;' novelties for bazaars. Books are

: story in May True Story n improved at the University of Lamentation-in the Midst of VELVET SHADE 1 10 cents each-please order by

now on sale.-Adv. in the last several Prosperity (v. 1). RIBBON COVER number-No.1, 2, 3, and 4-With

by offering them the oppor- CHANGE of lamp shades your order for four books, you will
From the little of Tekoa A
Mother's Hope village receive FREE set of three
tunity of reviewing a Quilt
and out of the wilderness in whichhe gives any room a lift, and
Youth fades love
;
; in Block Patterns of Mrs. Spears'Favorite
cases a general here is smart transformation
a new -
had been herdsman ,
leaves of friendship fall; : : .. hospital which houses a came Early American Quilts.
: trick. You start with a plain
Amos the of God to hurl his
man
,
er's secret hope outlives ,
80 to 100 Send order to:
cases your
bristol board
parchment or
r -Holmes. prophecy of disaster upon the headsof paper
; of varied of
types the complacent people of Israel shade, preferably white; then you

cancer as a daily and to take up a lamentation over make a full skirt of some exciting MRS. RUTH WYETH SPEARS

44 census'and treats or those in Israel living in luxury and fabric to cover it. By sewing Drawer 10
I Constipatioi1 ,ry observes 142 cases prosperity.True snaps inside and also to the top Bedford Hills New York
Enclose 10 cents for one book, or
week in the out-
per of the shade, it is easy to remove 40 cents for four books and set of quilt
it that the
That AlsoPepsSeiHzes ,. patient department." was ,common peo- these for laundering or cleaning. block patterns.
'
.1 When a student re- ple were being ground under the Taffeta, lawn, net, organdy, Name ...............................

alizes the great number heel of cruel oppression, but who swiss gingham-all used and Address ............;......'..........
4 of cared about the poor as long as they ; are
cancer cases
the riot in trim-
:'i When constipation brings on could be squeezed for taxes to imagination-
which exist he be- sup-
gestion bloating,dizzy spells,gas Dr. Barton port the luxurious comforts and mings. Frills or double ruchingsat
tongue, sour taste; stomach is probably loaded up ," and does not allow a per- pleasures of the rich? A prosperity ites.
tain undigested food and your which does not reach the homes of Edges are pinked or ma- t4
somach-ache in middle-
move. So you need both Pepsin a the is chine stitched in heavy 'contrast- i ,
not a real prosperity at l
break up fast that rich undigested person to pass until an X-ray poor ing thread. Contrasting shirring 1'
your stomach,and Laxative Term."r the stomach and intestines has all. When in addition thereto it en- '
holds the fullness at the and
the trigger on those lazy made. Similarly with other courages the "haves" to oppress the"havenots" top; e 1"r
sure laxative: also contains
Take your Dr.Caldwell's Laxative, which may develop into : it becomes a grave danger -

Syrup Pepsin helps you gain : ,_ a real .cause for lamentation.II. -- -Thfr Tonic r .
derfulstomach comfort, The Reason-Sin Which Hates
Senna moves your bowels.Tests As showing how interns (final year Reproof (vv. 10-13)). He had been suffering badly You can DUST and never
4 powerof Pepsin to dissolve those students) and young phy- from and it friend
nerves, was a
RAISE dust.
undigested protein food which are always on the lookout Sin is always a horrible thing, but a
who had to him that he
in stomach,to cause belching suggested Use O-Cedar
your cancer even in cases where the when men who have fallen into sin on your dustcloth
acidity and nausea. This is how should go and see a certain
izing your stomach helps relieve have entered hospital for are responsive to correction and famous specialist. The medicalman Mother;here's a TIP: Use genuine O-Cedar

distress. At the same time this of other ailments, Dr. ready to repent and forsake their Polish on your DUSTCLOTH.Then 7it/w&i
wakes up lazy nerves and muscles sin, there is hope. The thing ,which eyed his patient critically. up the dust. You don't raise a cloud; you
bowels to relieve your says: "We receive 6 to 12 made Israel's state so serious in the There were the usual signs of don't chase dust around from chairs to table ,

how much better you feel by a year of breast cancer in sight of God and of His prophet was tiredness, of strain, of being out to piano and back to chairs again. Instead,
laxative that also puts Pepsin to of with it and dust dustlessly add dash of
X-ray wards at the Philadelphia harmony everything. pick up ; a
that stomach discomfort, too. that they had only hatred for those
icky children love to taste this hospital, in whose breasts who were bold enough to reprove "What you want to do," he said, O-Cedar Polish to your cloti. Ask fOrt

family laxative. Buy Dr. disease was not reported by the after the examination, "is to get
them or to live among them accord-
ative-Senna with Syrup Pepsin .If 'dar
taken out of You wanta
druggist today and was discovered by the ing to God's standards (vv. 10, 13). yourself. Q.

in their routine physical ex The sin which had thus hardened good laugh. So, I'm going to PolishMOPS
prescribe for some doses of
you
tion." their hearts showed itself in social
Cause Makes \ inequality and injustice which was Grimaldi, the clown. The world WAX, DUSTERS, CLEANERS AND

It is the cause, not the built and his wife are going to see that O-CEDAR FLY AND MOTH SPRAY
upon greed, oppression, cor-
which makes the martyr.. Treatments ruption in the courts, etc. The shock- droll fellow. He's a real tonic."

leon. ing picture which Amos paints bearsa "I am' Grimaldi," came the Wealth Not WorthA

Be Sinus Aid surprising similarity to conditionsin quiet answer. man of wealth is dubbed a

our world today. Let us face the man of worth.-Pope.
) t. I el: ,0 >> r/ HEN a patient suffering with problem and seek its solution.III. WOMEN! Relieve "Trying Days"by

miseries.Get fast : sinus infection has had little or taking Dr. Pierce's Favorite Pre-
The Cure-Seek Good Not Evilvv.
relief fr.om; nose drops, inhaling scription over a period of time: Helps
PEFET ( 14 15).
\ to dry up and shrink build physical resistance by improving

lining of nose and sinus and God's Word condemns sin, but it nutritional assimulation. Adv.

Eat in Dreams I has had an "operation" to give always presents a remedy. In Christwe

drainage the sinus, he nat- have the perfect, final, and com- Rule OneselfTo
Yet eat in dreams the
brightens up when he reads plete answer to the sin question. rule oneself is in reality the
of the
day.-Pope.
the results obtained by X-ray Amos, speaking centuries before greatest triumph.-Sir J. Lub-

Christ, admonished Israel to repent bock.
and to turn from the evil
( Drs. F. M. Hodges and L. O. away
which they had cultivated with such
GOOD Richmond, Va., in Radiology,
and zealous
assiduity to be equally
N. Y., state that sinus
STORES is far than is about doing good, in the hope that
more common '
LARGE p eaq "it may be that the Lord God of
f realized. have been
sons t They hosts will be gracious" (v. 15). How
the X-ray treatment for sinus
favored we are to be permitted not
for some time and are I only to urge people to turn from IS

gratifying results. The I evil to good, but to offer them the THERE A DIFFERENCE u
are some of their find-
'" :. One who is the way, the truth, and .
h1I1gS S'P : the life.

e Tabulated Investigation. Israel did not repent, but in folly I.N CORN FLAKES! : :

1. In acute sinusitis (inflammation depended on their religious ceremo- I ,

the lining of the sinus), if mucous nies to satisfy an offended God. The I

The Risk pus) can drain away properly prophet therefore declares that i Kellogg's hove beenAmerica's

Honey is sweet, but inflammation will generally IV. Religion Is Not a Substitute'

stings. up rather quickly under the for Justice (vv. 21-24).
treatment of (salt favorite for 34
astringents God had no pleasure in their religious years :

adrenalin, ephedrine), observances and rites, be-
'. ;Btt".A.: :Cnr.jM.i: N : and washings. In these cause they were presented with unrepentant -

X-ray treatments are not nec- hearts and by hands which .hj

lotSvlU unless to hasten recovery. were soiled by the oppression of

I li srl'p 2. Cases that are subacute or sub- their fellow man.

t 1 (where inflammation is not Mark it well, God has no delight

but has lasted for some time) in the attendance upon church serv-

s well to X-ray treatment. ices, beautiful though they may be,

o o may have been present does not listen to the sweet strainsof

months or years. sacred music, nor does He acceptthe MADE
3 HEALTH rich "offerings' of those who COR
3. In old or chronic cases where BY KELLOGG'S,
live in unforsaken sin and who pay
was thickening of the mucous IN BATTLE '
church and
buildings
for magnificent
i
lining the sinuses, the
beautiful church services with mon- CREEK
Drop Blackman's: Lick-A-Briclc were helped by X-ray t4KE
feed trough. Stock do the.rest. ey gotten by crooked dealings and .
drenching. No dosing. social injustice. God is righteousand

keep Naturo's in way.healthy working 4. In cases accompanied by soft, God's Word always cuts right T"F

"STOCK LICK IT-STOCK growths-polyps-in sinus through the hypocrisy of men. Let SWITCH TO o

SOLD by leading Southern nose, the X-ray gave marked us heed the plea of Amos, that right-

ONE: PRICE - and prevented a return of the eousness should run through our per- SOMETHINGYOU'LL ,,, o

If there is no Dealer Bear you, in several cases. sonal and national life "as a mighty r" ,,
?1- 1 direct toBLACKMAN ,
5. In stream," and then we shall be ready LIKE!
} STOCK MEDICINE very old cases with wide- i t .
both as individuals and as a peopleto rpHr ,
23 CSt. Chattanooga polyp formation, the X-ray Copr,ltWO by KeUoss Compssy
Him
worship aright.
gave little or no benefit.


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PAGE FOUR THE CLE'VISTON'EW8., FRIDAY APRIL C, 1040


The Clewiston News [ light of past events, to believe Public assistance is paid monthlyin

other than that future action of MOVING INTO the equivalent of cash, it was i

Published every Friday In Clewiston I the agricultural secretary will' be stated by State Welfare Commis- tJ ,
Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS
Inc. even more severe. No the cane MOVIELANDBy sioner C. C. Codrington. The pay-

will be plowed under and destroyed roll is made up here in the state I
DICK OWEN ,
KEATHLBY BOWDDJT, Editor or if allowed to remain standingwill office of the state welfare board and

be little the less damaged. forwarded to Tallahassee in district
The straightest and cleanestman
second class mall matter Unlike other manufacturing the raw here
Entered as Doanna Durbin returns Sun- where state warrants are
Post Office In relays,
I, 1927 at the
February
Clewiston, Florida, under the Act ol material cannot be stored when clay-Monday in her sixth successive issued and mailed.No in the legislature.John .-

March 3, 1887.Subscription. market conditions are off until success, called "First Love".. This, county tax funds are involvedin Kilgore in Tallahassee

more favorable times. The crop of course, isn't Deanna's first love, the payment of Old Age Assistance -

Rate $:.00 Per Year. Keing as how she fell in love with or Aid to the Blind, the state's Democrat.
of cane must be raised each year
Jackie Moran In "Mad About
the derived
of
Rates On Application. portion revenue being -
Advertising and if not used. then destroyed. Music", Jackie Cooper and Melvyn etirely from' the beveragetax

So this set-back to the sugar Oouglas in "That Certain Age" and the Commissioner pointed out.

Devoted of Clewlston to the advancement and Hendry and County.wel- corporation will be just as great Robert Cummings In"Three Smart CCC funds are supplied by the _
tare to the independent growers of the Girls Grow Up". But it has De federal government, while ADC nnpn
anna's first screen kiss, also Robert ) h:1I :
'glades and a terrific disappointment funds come from the general

The first broadcast from Clewiston to hundreds of other growers Stack's first screen kiss, so you just revenue fund of the state and are

was a distinct success. I who stand ready to plant acreagein ;uess who kisses, who and vice- matched on a 50-50 basis by Uncle REELECT OANDEWS
cane if Washington will permit.So versa. "First Love" is the usual, Sam.

Hendry candidates aren't wear- it appears that we again take wonderful (and to me perfect) I

the crumbs from the Wallace table Durbin film Maybe I like her too EVERGLADES FAIR TO ILL
but it might help.
ing badges as yet I
-take it but we won't like it. much but then there aren't many HELD IN IJELLti GLADE

who don't. Also Helen Parrish. I
homebuilding -
Clewiston's summer Tuesday-Wednesday, April 9-10: The Everglades Fair Associationhas

.boom is on. 'I :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:;: :;:<<.I I rather think you'll like this. announced that this year's' fair

Edward Ellis is a great actor and will be held in Belle Glade from 9r'

The Bronson Journal is respons- RAMBLINGS 's always a good bargain. It is the April 9, next Tuesday, through 1

ible for this rather involved obser tory of highly successful business April 13.This .

vation: "relief" from "relief" By' B. B. nan in Chicago who wishes to fair, displaying some of p

would be as welcome to some as I leave fortune and business to three the finest vegetables and other ex-
ons. Kent Taylor, Barbara Pepper, hibits to be seen in the state is
..
"relief" is to others. :":":":":":..:'.:":":":":":":'.:":":":":": :'.:"7.: :.
1. Virginia Vale and others are in held annually under the joint spon-

it. Not marvelous but sorship of Pahokee and Belle Glade
good.
We're ready for the census enum- The Sugar Cane Press, Volume j civic bodies.
the questionsand Three, Number Two, is off the Thursday-Friday, 11-12: oOo! ;
studying
erator by The exhibit of cane from planta-
That-was Joe E. Brown. He starts
will be U.S.
of it
the right answers and believe press and 7,000 copies l that I tions of the' United States Sugar SENATOR
picture
distributed free to workers in the every way, guess,
we can break par on that fifteen of the Ever- I I but you certainly: know who it is. Corporation has always been a fea- DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY MAY 1940
sugar cane industry ture attraction at this fair.
minute visit.Jobless ., glades. Published by the employeesof Tarzan seems to be his only rivalin !
I the male class. -- ---- ------- - - ----<
the sugar corporation it is an Humum

insurance is now in effectto eight-page paper that brings news Joe and Mary Carlisle make a -, '

an alarming extent here and of interest to the field laborers, and happy pair of honeymooners, altho' .1

this. morning a long line of colored indeed to all of us. (you aren't.supposed to know this) TWELFTH ANNUAL

ex-laborers were waiting for their The "lead story" was of the Joe is over fifty and his oldestson

money at the city hall from the I "plantations play during annual in fact most of his sons, are

federal official in charge of the harvest festival"; and the front married. But Eddie Cantor is a

distribution. We don't know how page cartoon was a good one-a grandfather, and do we notice? Any-

much they: receive but try and find I baseball game with Congress the way, what I was going to say is Everglades Fair'ApriI913

someone to mow your lawn or to pitcher, Cuba the catcher, the "sug- that Joe and Mary visit a spook

do odd jobs.Another. ar" the baseball. As Florida standsat house, get mixed up in murder

the bat, Cuba reaches way over and in love. You'll probably like

GovernmentalBoot for a wild pitch, and catches the "Beware Spooks". '.:

"sugar quota," just as the umpire :
I "Raw Deal", calls a STRIKE! Had Why Not Raise Cane? ::

j the cartoonist drawn that since ,

the last sugar quota was announced, Federal control of private affairs
Childrens' 9
Once again, and we have no way I. have made the Day, Tuesday, April .f'//
he would probably has came a long ways toward des-
of counting the'number of times, .
"Sugar Quota" pitch even more potism when it tells a, state it may Children admitted free :.:
. the department of agriculture, ....
distant from Florida. not develop a farm industry.
through its corn-farming secretary, I *I 'Free '13
'
: Florida has a' large area admir- Bar-b-que' Saturday, April
has: aimed a swift kick at the .;, ,
We find also on the front pagea ably suited to the production of '
>;' farmers of the Everglades and in RooseveltwasJ at :..',,; I;,
story that Mrs. F, D. sugar, but Florida farmers and noon :
i so doing has jarred resident of '
' every invited to visit the Glades dur- others who, want to raise sugarcane '
,' the state with the force of the blow. stay Miami the : Political Rally-All Day Saturday:.- ;
ing her recent in arc forbidden to do so. ;
'r For, instead of being allowed to
invitation having been extended by It is true, sanction is given to I RACE .
JALLOPY '
the and the
expand newest greatest -
r. A. Thomas of the Harlem
' Principal the production of two or three
: cane sugar area of the world, Academy on behalf of thousands handfuls of sugar cane, but thatis Thursday Afternoon of April 1 11 1
.{. we are being subjected to new .
of workers in Everglades
negro the merely an irritant that worsens
:,'-. restrictions. If we are being j area. Mrs. Roosevelt did not accept, the ban. FREE ACTS EVERY DAY
": I
punished for something by the little
j I as she was returning unexpectedlyI Our government which vainly
Great Father in the
k Washington j .
. I. to Washington, but the invitation tries to be all things to all men, ----was n -I.I
citizens' of the state deserve to
" has been repeated in hopes she cat including tutelage of his personal
., know the
;; reason. 1 find time to come through when and private affairs, is more, con- I .
< Last fall]}, when war clouds hung ', .
she returns to Miami on April 24th cerned over the welfare of sugar
heavy and even the department of i iif. I to lecture in Bayfront; Park. We I in foreign countries than in the
; =: agriculture officials began to have she and the state of Florida. "
hope comes brings orphan
;..! visions of their disappearing
sugar-plums better half and Secre'tary' Wallace This is by reason of statecraft

1 the sugar marketing with her. which is willing to penalize Floridain Gaining IJ5 I .

l:, quotas in effect for 1939 were suspended *, order that foreigiy -producers

':t...,- and cane' sugar producers In each of the six plantations using: foreign labor may enjoy the
. "' were allowed to market all of the I market for
prizes were awarded tractor drivers American sugar.

\' sugar they could produce. The on the basis of efficient, safe performances I! It is true that western beet- Strength Pdf

". off-shore areas didn't set up a during the crop. First I'I sugar producers are given lenient

squawk because they figured on prize in each plantation was a suit treatment, but it is hard to dis- : mar

getting rid of their sugar on a of clothes, and other merchandisewere I'I cover why these states ,and their M

better foreign market then they given as second prizes. i people are nearer the hearts of
7 could get in the U. S. A. and de- the great fathers in Washington Evetv
I
I
: cided to let us go hang. The transportation department i than Florida and her people. : .

> But the weeks passed and the can boast that it has just completed I Florida, capable of producinghalf WI 3> '$ e y.4 4 .

expected war failed to materialize.The the third consecutive year or more of our sugar needs, :

"war of words" didn't interfere of rendering service so efficient is reluctantly allowed to produceless Day

greatly with normal activities that no' delays at the sugar house I than one per cent.

L,'t1 j' and the little brown sugar producers were caused. If all inbound and Why should we treat our little

fif '.' set up a howl for consideration outbound .shipments? of the 39-40 I brown brothern white, at the expense > Sh.
from the United States. Their harvest I of Florida?-Orlando Sen-
: season were placed in one I
air:' howl penetrated to Washington train, the caboose would stand in I tinel. IsFrancis

.t. ) easily as though_ Washington had Clewiston and 'the locomotive in I
';','. ,' been located on' their own island Daytona Beach. Assistance w _
'.. Public
and in a week or two it was announced .

a" were that again the marketing in effect. provisions The sugar corporation during the Payrolls Are Large P. Whitehair-.

r summer plans the erection of an
: _' The suspension of the marketing additional plantation village nearBean

quota led American producers to City. When finally completedthis Jacksonville, April 5 (Special-) \ f

believe that the Ud( was off and village will include 50 double One of Hendry county's most sub- For ,' "

9a. would be off, at least during the houses, in addition to a recreationhall stantial payrolls is derived from the : ( _" ";'J.i

F'. war and in the weeks elapsing be- store and other buildings granting of public assistance to the : .

." :.' tween September and January hun- necessary to a community center. aged, the blind, and dependent chil- GOVERNOR ;:}
; dreds of thousands of of
-{. acres dren, and from allotments madeto
W" cane were planted in order that LIFE Magaiine*:, which* "goes to dependents at home by enrolleesin

:.:, Americans might be assured of a I 1 party" weekly, had intended to the Civilian Conservation Corns. t
:. '
,. supply of sugar no matter what i I make, the annual harvest festival Based on March figures, Hendry '. ,: '. \ "

: happened. Even when the quota this year, but the fact that its county is receiving $17,064.00 annually "sliame'and' dis
Who labels Florida's low educational rating; a
} went back in f f'
on January it was I photographer in this region was from. the four sources, ac-I .
I; generally believed that the govern- on duty elsewhere prevented. cording to the State Welfare grace" aud says it's time "to fctop talking and start doing'ome-
fF, ment would take some action to *
which administers the three mihUo I
.
protect these 1 thing about it"'JIO i
" growers from the loss The colored workers in the Evei assistance categories and is the

.. of this additional cane acrcago. glades sugar plantations seen -electing agency for CCC. I \\ urges a "buj-in-Floiida" movement to prosper the state

b. But this week comes the deciding happy, healthy and contented lot-- During March the county received \
h blow. The United faimcis. ,
States quite the contrast to the itinerant $888.00 in Old Age Assistance, I
,:. Sugar Corporation will
be allowedto arm worker and i ean-y ckei who $25.00 in Aid to the Blind, 209.00 .
'f market less than j Who insists that th 'I'(' is no \\ai- h(, \{"t'n.Spor1. and Commercial
sixty per cent were recently termed the equals of in Aid to Dependent Children, whilo
::.t,\" of the sugar in 1940 it sold during : characters in "Ornpeof: Wrath". 5300.00 was paid as compensationto flvfierinen: amid that fairness! to both ,will soon straighten out

1939 and this percentage of cut :i the 10 young men from the I clill'erences.

ii? : probably varies little with any of r We hops the Congressmen get a county enrolled in the CCC. Theyare

f". the mainland producers. This cut :I good look at the Sugar Cane News. allowed to retain only a mairuum 'j Who believes in a United Florida and a l*lOg 'essh'e Florida."It's : .
i( despite the fact that the U. S. S. !lIt will
' ': help give them a siaijbi'-: of $8 per month for their own I
k: C. has enough acreage planted to'i picture of life on :mr. vcr!:'lades :
\
t produce more than twice : 'use.In Whitehair
as much 'I
. I!, Sugar_ plantation addition, the T'county receivedlberal Everywhere"This
'
2 sugar as it will be allowed to.. _.. I ,
market. i: '- ---------- quantities of., surplus commcditic ,., ..
1 '
"TIs ;.*--. icnt with he ii'i'-n ;:, distributed ii'the State i '
Make it and store it? Perhaps.But ;aw doesn't !
necessarily throw the Welfare Board's surplus, commodity j f
what provision have we, in the j 1 most light on' the subject." department. j ( advertisement is paid for by lo cal friends of Francis P. Whitehair),



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FRIDAY, APRIL B, 1040 THE CLEWISTOX NEWS PAGE FIVE


-THE CLEWISTOX COMMUNITYCHURCH children Saturday"' morning at nine a panther, and now Mr. and Mrs. horticulturist at the Everglades Experiment hill be Audrey McLaughlin, Edna-

here in Clewiston, and after Sunday Driggers are anxious to raise the Station, Belle Glade, is Leiter, Doris Hodges and Margaret /

,I:. Mass in Pahokee.The I offspring to see what they picked announced by Dr. Wilmon Newell, Von Mach. .;
REV. KENT PENDLETON, Minister Mass schedule oJ! Pahokee is :. director of the Experiment Station
h ; The Bible School meets at 9:45a. 10:30 every Sunday, excepting the I up.Paty system. Dr. Andrews has already Dlamondball practice was started

> m., B.. C. Flaniken is superientendent. last Sunday of the month when Climaxes 10th assumed his new duties and will today and a game has been arranged s..

Mass is at eight o'clockThe pub undertake research with principal with Moore Haven there

The Worship hour of the churchis lie, regardless of religious belief, Week of CampaigningWest vegetable crops of the Glades area. for next Friday afternoon. Other

at 11:00 a. m. and the choir is always welcome in this church. His appointment fills a position games and returns are expected to

leader is J. E. Beardsley and the vacated some months ago when be arranged with Belle Glade,

pianist is :Mrs. J. H. Doty. The PENTECOSTAL CHURCH Palm Beach, April 5-Climaxing Dr. Jos. R. Beckenbach was trans- Canal Point and other teams not

theme of the sermon is "What is South Clewiston the tenth week of his state- ferred to the Vegetable Crops too far away

the Christian Religion"? wide speaking campaign with a Laboratory at Bradenton, Dr. Newell '
The C. E. Society meets on Services Every und'ay: rally in Miami's Bayfront Park, HONOR ROLL :FOR TilE MONTH'First

Monday at 7:30 p. m. Lee Pridgen Sunday school at 9:45. B. F. Paty, of' 'West Palm Beach, says.Andrews is a graduate of Virginia Grade Terrel Cason.

"' is president and Dick Patterson Morning worship at 11 a. m. candidate for governor, this week, Polytechnic Institute, Michigan Slate Bevoly I Young Peoples meeting, 6 m. Junior Guedeii, Elton McLeod,
p.
is the program leader. solidified his support in two other College, and Cornell University,
"xw Rev. M. Ml: Dudley, director. large counties with conferences, having been awarded his Ph.D. degree Edwin Messer, Mary Oliver, Patsy
Evangelistic services, 7:30 p. m. Meredith, Carlene Adams, Eleanor
xl ; FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHThe radio talks and a series of speechesin by the latter institution last
Friendly Church Tuesday evening service 7:30 p. Jacksonville and Tampa. year. He has been associate pro- Von Mach, Estelle Gaskell, John
m. Schiffli, Joe Schroeder
REV. H. G. McLeROY, Pastor During his sojourns in the two fessor of horticulture at Clemson Wayne ,
Friday evening service 7:30. p. Shelter, Buck Surrency, Jimmie "
Sunday school 9:45 a. m., B. cities, Mr. Paty will receive reports College since 1928.School. ,
m. Waters, Herman Marshall, Carol
from key men in both the Jacksonville -
E. Herring, superintendent.
The public is cordially invited to Joy Alston.
Morning worship 11:00 a. m. and Tampa trade territories.
attend all services.MacWilliams. from NewsNEW Second Grade Lionel Beatty,
Sermon by pastor. Preliminary bulletins Paty .
Monthly deacons' meeting, Sun- forces in these areas indicate heavy Volney Robbins, Shirley Benbow, <

day 3:30 p. m. at church. EquipmentSold support, which, when coupled with .' SCHOOL PAPER Harry Vaughn, Jphn Williams,
the tremendous vote the candidateis Richard Knight, Ann Prewitt.
7
Beginning with Sunday, April
The first issue of an interesting
Marion Co.
To Third Grade-Jack Davis
,
and running through the summer certain to receive along the lower Bobby
school was
months the Evening Worship will east coast, is certain to place him mimeographed paper issued Hanna, Charles Miner, Christine
and will be
circulated today
in the runoff election."I Espenlaub, Nadine Andrews, Cor-
begin at 8:00 p. m. (Moore Haven Democrat) until the close of
Friday
each
Evening worship 8:00 p. m. The Marion Steam Shovel Com- am confident I will be one it will rine Von Mach, Alfred Dodge,
If interest permits
Sermon by pastor. pany of Marion, Ohio, has purchasedall of the two high men on May 7," be school.continued as a school feature. Shirley Owen, Richard McLeod.

Evening subject God's Guidancein of the equipment of the Mac- Mr. Paty declared here enroute to (Continued. on rage 10) ;;
has not been named
The paper ,,
in Our Daily Life. Williams Dredging Company which Jacksonville. "Insofar as the east
and a free subscription is being I .'.
Monthly business meeting after has been stored at Citrus Center coast is concerned, I will lead the
.. offered the student or person sub-
rr: 'preaching Sunday evening. I If since the completion of the com-I ticket I in every county, beginning
I
ti
if : Sunbeams meet at church 3:30 I pany's contracts on the Caloosahat- with Brevard" and running throughto mitting full of interesting the best name.school It news is cram and gin a hew man."

; p. m. Monday with Mrs. Davis. chee River. Monroe.
:< ; \\'. M. S. meets at church Tues- Part of the equipment will be Leaders of Paty organizations in jokes, is nicely gotten together and ] i
:"' at 3:30 m. It is a program both Tampa and Jacksonville were will probably prove most popular, :f .
: day p. sold on the spot, some will be dismantled -
' equally sanguine concerning the out- not only with the student body but
meeting. much possible
}\1 and as as
f: '..?f Junior G., A.'s meet at church salvaged and others of the 'machines come in their areas, placing their the townspeople as well.
( editorial staff remains the
''''''' ''( candidate either first or second. The
Wednesday 3:30: p. m. with Mrs. will be removed to Jack-
'
: Powerful support, formed for Patyin same but in the future the News
': ; 1! : Hodges. sonville. Mr. Beagle of the Marion
will only the highlights of
West Florida, has convinced carry
; Midweek services at church Wednesday Company is here to supervise the .,
headquarters executives that the the news'as it appears in the
r at 8:00 p. m. preceeded by .
:" :7 work.W. of the Suwannee without using the names of i
r Paty vote west paper
?:@J1 L teachers and officers meeting. W. Koonse who has been em-
K;; 1 r; The R.A.'s, a new work under ployed to take care of the equip- River will place him at the top. the staff members. A :.1:

I L 'J1: r the W. M. S. meets ,at the church ment by the MacWilliams Companywill Practice has started on the senior

f.X C 4 f Thursday at 3:30 p. m. with Mrs. leave this week for his former Andrews Certain play which will begin in the near

?2.l':Ala,,, :, Thomas in charge.Special home in Kansas City, Mo. His son, future. The play chosen is "These
; .4.WiJi' Meeting at Lake Worth R. W. Koonse is now working with Winner Is OpinionOf Lovely Ladies". Many a laugh is
+': ;> : The Miami W. M. S. division the Marion people during the dismantling promised, particularly from the

;k r; i meeting of which we are a part operations and will join EducatorsOrlando four boys who will take the partof

i ':f meets Wednesday, April 10 at 10:00 his father in Kansas City as soon girls. -

.. I a. m. at the First Baptist church. as the work is complete. Mr. \
}.. All our women in W. M. S. are expected Koonse has been here for more Fla., (SpecialSenatorCharles ) The county nurse gave a talk

c,..* ;'. : to attend. than eight years, coming here with O. Andrews is a certain win- this week on the subject of Hook- ',, :

-r. : It might be of interest to the the MacWilliams. company on their ner in his race for re-election it worm and urged all students to :J. j

public to know as the result of our first contract in the Okeechobee- was predicted here Thursday in I take the free. test offered by the
4 special revival services we had Caloosahatchee project. a poll conducted by the" Orlando I State Board of Health.

v 14 additions to the church. Nine The three machines which will be Morning Sentinel among 700 delegates -I s/.

of which came for Baptism and moved by the Marion people are an to, the convention .of the Work is progressing? rapidly on I

five by letter and registration. eight-yard dragline Marion, a three- Florida Education Association.The the yearbook and it is hoped that \

' We feel that the influence of yard floating dragline and a 3-4. reporter worked haphazardlyamong two hundred dollars will be made

these meetings will be felt in our yard Sargent dragline. the school officials and teachers for the school on advertising. Clewiston Federal
church life in the future as wellas using the question "Who do .

at the present.ST. THREE BAEjY PANTHERS ARE you think will carry your countyfor Munselle Stone was selected as
United States., Senator?" With Savings and Loan
CAPTURED NEAR, LABELLE; King and Edythe Cornette as Queen
(LaBelle News) one exception the answer was "Sen- of the May for the annual May
MARGARET'S CATHOLIC ator Andrews" and the majority of AssociationTHANKS.
Day Festival. The queen's maids
CHURCH those questioned amplified their
Mr.. and Mrs. Carl Driggers are I ,
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opinion by the statement that they
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r Rev. Lawrence J. Flynn, Pastor nursing three little bundles of fur think he will be re-nominated in .I .
Mass each Sunday morning at at their home here which resemble the first primary.

; 8 o'clock, excepting the last Sun- I I tiny kittens. They are being fed Concluding question in this cross- 'j

day of the. month'. when the time Is on thebottle and take it like an section revealed that those inter- I J

10:30. ordinary baby. view were as widely separated as Our Opening SALE Was ./
Confessions are heard every Saturday The couple picked up their pets Pensacola and Miami, with numer-
:: evening from 7:30 until 8:30 Saturday night while frogging in ous scattered counties in state-wide '
and before all the Masses. the woods back of the old Brown's array. 3 A Huge Success '

Weekday Mass every morning.. at mill. A flashlight thrown on what
,
8:00 o'clock. appealed to be a large cat scared Andrews Begins Glades Come in again-You'll find we have

Lt Devotions in honor of Our Ladyof the animal and it sneaked away

Perpetual Help are conducted into the night.A Horticultural Research bargains every day of the year

,< Friday evenings at 8 o'clock, fol- few moments later weak wails
: :
.< BEN FRANKLIN STORES
': lowed by Benediction of the Most were heard coming from the weeds

,:'. Blessed Sacrament. and the three young kittens were I Gainesville-Appointment of Dr. MRS. ELBERTA WHIDDEX, Mgr. :

,? Religious Instruction Class for located. Old timers say the, cat was iF. S. Andrews as associate truck I I.

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PAGE'SEC THE CLEWISTOJf NEWS ,/ FRIDAY APRIL 5, 1040


I
tive in the Legislature of the stateof honest, efficient, intelligent, businesslike I am now completing my second FOR COUNTY: COMMISSIONER
r county sub- administration as your county
Florida from Hendry
term
school board
as member cf
Candidates- ject to the action of the May: Demo- Judge. DISTRICT 1
cratic primaries. I feel that my past Sound administration of the peo- Felda and Denaud district an officeI
member of that body officers.On have tried to fill
experience as a ple's affairs requires capable conscientiouslyand
ATTENTION! fully qualifies me for the position I this basis, I submit that I am faithfully.My 'I wish to announce 'that ,I am a
seek. If elected, I promise to honestly \ the logical candidate, and I will candidate for county commissioner
and faithfully represent the entire appreciate your vote and support. qualifications Include. high Jr.}
District
THE LATEST I 1, subject to the May .Democratic -
HAVE
WE county tc the very best of my ability. Sincerely, school and college training and .
COMPLETE PUBLIC ADDRESS Your vote and influence is most several years spent doing commercial primaries.
solicited. SELDEN L. STEWART. I have been a resident of Clewis
SYSTEMFor earnestly bookkeeping.If .
I ton for eleven years and feel that
Kent at Reasonable Rates I Respectfully, elected, I promise the people a .
careful, efficient administration. my long'experience as a resident
W. M. DAVIDSON., COUNTY JlIllOK. 1IEXDRT property owner and business man In
CLEWISTON RADIO j I FOR 'Your vote and support will be
COUNTY, FLORIDA 'appreciated. the district will help me In repre-

I 1 senting It on the county board.If .
ELECTRIC CO. FOR RKPRESENTATIM3 At the request of many citizens MRS. HOMER TAYLOR. elected, I will give the districtthe
from every part of Hendry County I best service of which I am
hereby announce myself: si candidatefor capable.'I .
PHONE 104 I hereby announce my candidacyfor of
the office of County Judge
Representative for Hendry coun- FOR SHERIFF will appreciate vote and
your
t, Hendry county, Florida subject to .
ty, subject to the democratic primariesin the action of the :May Democratic support.
May.If admitted to I hereby announce myself candidate
I IPiimarlea. I was duly a -
the voters of the county sec fit G. E. ETHERTON.,
the practice of law in this state in I for the office of Sheriff of Hendry
NOTICES to send me to the Legislature, I I April 1917 and I have continuously I county, subject to the Democratic
I
LEGAL assure them that I will get on the followed this vocation since except primaries to be held In May.
Job, and stay on the Job 'until 'resultsare for the time I was in the United I I will appreciate your; vote and COUNTY COMMISSIOXER
obtained, or else I States Army during the World War support.
I I will spend my time| in endeavoring If nominated and elected, my only March 14th. 1940.
NOTICE OP APPLICATION FOR to get our roads -Improved and all promise is a square deal to all ac- W. T. MADDOX.FOR TO THE VOTERS OF DISTRICT NO. J)
TAX DEED : paved; I will try.to get our schoolson I cording to law and common sense. ; I, HENDRY COUNTY, FLORIDA:
full nine months term, and I
.
a I am not the candidate of any click I herewith announce as Candidatefor
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN That will work unceasingly for the Old- or faction but I am the candidate of County Commissioner from this
B.: C. FLANIKEN holder of Tax Cer- Aged of the state by trying to get the people who wanta County SHERIFF District. My, residence In Clewiston for
tificate No. 565, Issued the 4 day of sufficient funds to be matched by Judge who knows the law and will over 10 years and my experience
Sept. A. D. 1933. has filed same In Federal allotment so that every pen- honestly and faithfully discharge the I wish to announce myself a can- leads me to be sure that I can render
my office and has made applicationfor sioner will receive $40 per month. I I duties of the office. didate for re-election to the officeof valuable service to the taxpayers If
a tax deed to be issued thereon. believe all this can accomplished>d Your vote and influence is respectfully Sheriff of Hendry county, subjectto I elected.
Said certificate embraces the follow- without additional taxes. These arE': solicited. the Democratic primaries In May. I respectfully request your' support
ing described property in the Countyof my three principal alms and if you I am making this race solely on my and vctes in the Democratic Primaryof
Hendry, State of Florida, to-wit: are interested in them, line up with LOUIS O. GRAVELY. record of law enforcement and fair May 7th 1940.E. .
Lots 39 and 41 Block 356 Clewiston.The me and we will put them through. I dealings' to all, and I assure the peo-
assessment of the said property Thanking you for your vote and ple of Hendry county that the poli- E. KELLY.
under the said certificate Issued was support. I am.Respectfully, cies of this office will not change.
in the name of Elmer G. Case. 'FOR TAX COLLECTOR Your vote and support will be ap-
Unless said certificate shall be redeemed yours, I preciated.
according to law the property Paid?
Is Your
Subscription
described therein will be sold to D. G. :McCORMACK.FOR I TO THE VOTERS OF HENDRY I II H. L. DELANEY.
the highest bidder at the court house I COUNTY: :
door of the first Monday in the monthof I am taking this opportunity of i: f.)
May. 1940, which is the 7 day of announcing that I am seeking the
May, .1940. COUNTY SUPHRIXTWXDENTI office of county tax collector in the I
Dated this 29 day of March. 1940. May Democratic primaries. To my AmPLE FunDS
(Seal) WILLIAM T. HULL. wish to announce to the voters of friends and to those of you who
Clerk of Circuit Court of Hendry county that I am a candidate know me I say simply that I am in I
Hendry County Florida.. for the office of county superIntendent the race. To the many to whom I
March 29, April 5-12-19, 1940. of public Instruction in the am a stranger. I would like 'to add
May, Democratic primaries. that I have lived at Sears 14 years',
I have lived in Hendry county most that I am a native of LaFayette
'of my life; have been teacher and county, a graduate of its schools and
PAID principal in schools of Hendry, Lee I that I have been in the employ of
and Glades counties for 16 years12of the Standard Lumber Corporation for
them in LaBelle. I hold a life the past 25 years.

POLITICALANNOUNCEMENTS graduate state certificate, and a life I If you see fit to elect me I pledgea
first grade certificate, and am a faithful and honest service. To one ,
college graduate with the degree of and all. .I shall feel honored to have $
Bachelor of Science in Education.' :your vote and support. y.
If elected as your superintendent Sincerely,
I! promise a conscientious, faithful I
ATTORNEYTO and efficient administration.I G. R. HATCH. '
FOR COUNTY
will appreciate. your vote.and @r
THE PEOPLE OF HENDRY support.

COUNTY In announcing: my. candidacy for NELL H. JACKMAN.. FOR TAX COLLECTORTO

re-election to the office of County
Attorney of Hendry County, subjectto THE CITIZENS OF HENDRY HOmE LOAns
the Democratic Primaries to beheld COUNTY:
In May, I also wish to take this FOR COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT I hereby announce that I am a
means to express to you my sincere OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION candidate for Tax Collector for Hendry ,
appreciation for the splendid vote you county, subject to. the Democratic
gave me in the elections two ;years Four years ago; the people of this primaries, in May.I I
county nominated me to the office ol
the
ago.The experience made possible by County Superintendent of Public Instruction am your present Tax Collector eou'V ,
having been appointed to said officeon
that vote, will enable me to renderto by the largest majority -
April 11, 1939. I have tried
servicein In the county to We can helpyou..with
efficient nominee
,
you still more given any the best of (
my knowledge to give
this office. primaries. This was an honor which
efficient service to all f\oaOC.e the
thepeople of ;
the 1940 these
Your vote and supppoit in I deeply appreciate. During
elections will be gratefully appreciated. -I years in office I have endeavored to Hendry appreciate county full, 'and would greatly tc RI'-- est loan'plan
a term In office.
make a record which would be of If elected Tax Collector, I promisea tc\) ineXIstencet
great benefit to the people of Hendry fi"i
H. ,A. RIDER. I County. On this record I ask the tion.faithful and efficient"*administra- I ( '
people to re-elect me as their County Your
vote and
support will be
Superintendent in the :May! primaries.: appreciated .-t \
If re-elected I shall continue con-
FOR ASSESSOR OF' TAXESI sistent efforts for a nine months term R. N. MILLER.
for all the, schools in the county, the .
hereby announce myself a candi- ,same careful business-like administration -
date for re-election to the office of and to work for Improvementin '
Assessor of Taxes, Hendry County. ,our schools. Because of my knowledge FOR Tat COLLECTORI ., Clewiston Federal Savingsand
Florida, subject to the Democratic of the needs of the schools in : ,
primaries in May; 1940. all ,sections of the county it is logical wish
If re-elected I promise to conductthe that I am best qualified to render to announce myself a candidate -
affairs of the office in the same most efficient service. I will sincerely for the office cf Tax Collector Loan Association
Fair. Impartial and Efficient mannerI appreciate your expression of confi- Hendry county subject to the Democratic fI -
have strived to do in the past. dence by retaining me as your County primaries in May.
Your vote and support will be Superintendent.
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SUPERINTENDENT OF PUHMC YX +A
FOR TAX ASSESSOR INSTRUCTION!! to. :"._.
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This Is to announce that I am a announcing candidacy' for Y.
, In my. : ....
candidate for the office of Tax assessor the office of Hendry County Superintendent '" I ...
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for Hendry county subject. to the of Public Instruction, sub- .:.f .'Or" :.t'.:',; .....' ENJOY ANHOME '. ,!,,I Ii ,
Democratic primaries in May.If ; in
ject to the Democratic primaries JSf :

duties elected of this, I promise office faithfully to fulfill and the May every, I earnestly citizen.: solicit the supportof 1 i ; sT/* : : :, >" ii '

conscientiously and give every. property I have lived in' Hendry county for .
owner a square deal. vote and I the past seven years and am a H*rnlry i "1, )' ALL, ELECTRIC j'! +I +!
I will appreciate your and .
I county property owner taxpayer.I : < '
support. worked my way through, high 8 :
school and college and graduated witha j f ; f
!
O'BRIEN.
H. E. (BERT) B. A. degree; took advanced coui,os, ;
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University of Florida
in education at
summers 1935 and 1938. and have ..... .' .....
-CIRCUIT always kept in close touch with the t t+
:": -CLERK latest educational methods. Had 10 ::::: ::::
years experience as classroom teacher,
4
,: TO THE VOTERS AND MY MANY assistant principal and principa"' : tI' ..'4
s' FRIENDS OF HENDRY COUNTY: six of them in the Clewiston School: .:".J
;,. I wish to announce my candidacy therefore, I feel that I am well I :'..
for re-election to the office of Clerk qualified for this position.If .t...
of the Circuit Court. In making this elected' ycur superintendent, I 9 Electricity is the modern ,servant a servant that
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; announcement I wish to express my promise an economical business administration J1

5't-,'' appreciation given for me the in support the past.and confidence effort toward and greatly will improving exert every our :3&::: takes care of both the work and the pleasures of the :: : -

, have During done the my time: best I to have administer been Clerk.I the. county schools. I thank you. f'i::: home and one that will do everything quickly, efficiently ::::

(: affairs of this office in a businesslike B. E. HERRING. I :
." manner. If you see fit to reelect .:..:. and '..
': the best .... ,economically. .;..:.
:""_ me.. I promise to give
A'
yA
r service of which I am capable.
h :

t..,., WILLIAM: T. HULL. FOR SCHOOL District HOARD No. 3 MEiMIlF.R I :i :_: '9 One ,penny will toast 26 crunchy slices of toast, or :: :


v'f.I' ;'" This the will office announce of school my board candidacyfor mem- I :i::: give your eyes two hours of safe reading light or operate ;s:

( '. FOR CLERIC CIRCUIT COURT ber from District No.3, Clewiston.
I formerly served on the board'' In :XX.or:::_: your radio for most of a day-and-ELECTRICITY is ::::
P This is to announce that I am a District, No. 1 and since moving to
candidate for the office, of Clerk of Clewiston have served as a trusteein _:i.:.:;,: one thing that gets cheaper the more of it that you use. :i:
'"J' Circuit Court of Hendry County subject the local district. Feeling that I .
s, to the Democratic Primaries in am well qualified for the position 1 tot : .

May.I am well qualified for the office ask 7, 1940.your support and vote on May i* :. That is why it is so easy to have and enjoy a home I:::!: ,

and. if elected, .I will conduct the .2 t: ; ,\

manner.business of I the need office no introduction in an efficient to A. O. WARD. :;::: that is ,all electric and modern. :i==Z

'the voters of the county and can .
:}'t only say: "Vote for Charlie". I y+
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FOR COUN'rY JUDGEI A/2 = 2
C. E. MINER. AX
hereby announce myself a candidate A yhi 1

Hendry for the county office ,of subject County'to Judgefor the :i::::=:: ELECTRICITY IS YOUR CHEAPEST SERVANT I : *

FOR HI PRES 1X1.'A'rl\'E Democratic Primaries in May. I feel .
that I 'am thoroughly qualified to : : 't.y

;N' In announcing candidacy for fill this office and if elected I I ...
my promise to Fair and
Impartial

: subject Representative re-election to the to from the Democratic office Hendry primaries of county State, Sound this Judgment office.use in' all the affairsof I I ::::::i:: -USE IT EXTRAVAGANTLY. .- ::::: =

Your and will be
in :May, I earnestly solicit the support vote support AX yy
.4, of every citizen. If elected I heartily Thanks appreciated. AX: yy
,
shall continue the AXXX yy
to represent coun- / ,
ty in all matters coming before the A x ?y
"i, legislative branch of our Democratic R. M. (BOB) HARRIS. :'i;: ::::;:
; form of government to the very best
of my ability. I shall be glad to discuss ... A r" r yy
with any one' such mutters of .yy.
FOR COUATY JUDGE "
,i? legislation as they are interested in. l I, ; ;

'''. My campaign will be based on the : I take this means-to announce thatI yy yy
merits involved in the office and nm a candidate for the office of
will have; no connection with other I County Judge for Hendry crunty, H

r :, county ELBERT offices or L.candidates.STEWART. subject:May.I hold. to degrees the Democratic of-bachelor. ,of Primaryin laws, :AXY'j:=: .Glades' Power and light Co. li=


bachelor' ofarts; and bachelor, of |

science (lawyer, teacher, engineer). ... xx
I _., FOR REPRESEXTATIVB: IX THE I have been an accountant for the .
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j D Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Ezelle and SCIIARN1JERGS ARE HOSTS AT I Thomas and Ernest Oliver. Glossc Sclentlflcnlly Broken Lennci I .

I I Emma Jane were West Palm Beach BUFFET SUPPER AND IIRIDGE H. G. McLeroy and !\Irs.V.Mrs.l, 'Fitted mill Repaired Duplicated ,

':I rfJ visitors Thursday afternoon. Robison are sponsors and Mrs. G.I DR. F. I). GUDISAUR ';

l Personals Mrs. H. J. B. Scharnbcrg entertained Wenzloff is leader. Optometrist .: ra
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1 1I Sandy Bell, Miss Betty Spicer, I with a buffet supper and -.............. I'hniie UK: ." Collier Arcade -',1-'r
fJ Mrs W. H. Lanier, Mrs. A. M. card party at her home on Del I'ort Mjer, Florida
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Raupach and Marion DeLozier spent Monte avenue Saturday evening in FOR RENT-Two sleeping rooms.: Successor to K. II. Oakley; =)i

Mrs Jay W. Moran spent Thursday Sunday ion a sight-seeing trip to celebration of her birthday and the Phone 76. F. L. Williamson 'if., .

I 1,1:I t in West Palm Beach.J. Fort Lauderdale, Miami, Dinner birthday of Jay W. Moran, which t J

t'I i Key and Fort Myers.Mr. occured next day. Following the MECHANICAL STRUCTURAL .:

card games first bridge prize for WANTED-RADIO SERVICE MAN, "
Is in Miami today ARCHITECTURAL DESIGNS
E. Beardsley <-
\on business. and Mrs. John Lucaa and ladies was awarded Mrs. Jay: W. young, with practical experience I .<'

r baby daughter, Sandra, are spend- Moran, second 1Irs.V.. C. Prewitt training. Apply Sears Roebuck, Ft.Mjcrs Maps Estimates .
I
ing two weeks in Sarasota with and low, Mrs. J. F. Morrison. First JOHN II. DOTYEngineering :": :
i Miss Julia Martin of Jacksonville Mrs. William Lucaa, of New York I : Florida, in person. '
prize for men went to F. M. Rodriguez -, Consultant :'l'f'.
has been the guest of Miss Florence '
City: who has taken a house on the second to Mr. Moran and '
'Hopkins
Graham this week. I lilclg. Clewiston, Fla.
beach for a vacation.Mr. low to E. C. Mills.
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BABY CHICKS$3.85 hundred C. :
At the Michigan table high prizeswexe .
J't Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Crouch are and Mrs. K. Bowden left this W. O. D. Heavy mixed. $5.85. AAAA ;
} : won by Mrs. M. Bigg and
the week-end in Palm morning at attend the spring meet- I
spending RED or ROCK PULLETS, 8.15
J O. R.. Shuey, and low by J. F. <
Beach. ing of the Florida State Press Asso- J. M. COUSE ?
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Morrison and Mrs. E.V.. Ullendahl.Mrs. hundred. Write. D. \ Nichols Com
ciation in Daytona Beach. Mr.
;I'1 Mrs. Gorda-Collins and Miss Bowden Is first vice-president of Alice Austin, of Jamestown, pany, Kingston, Georgia. ap26 I Counselor am) Attorney' at Law-. '_::;
N. Y.. received a guest remembrance.
Hortense Collins have moved into the group. I Hopkins Building -
/ The guest list included Mr. and .
: the L. A. Wells home. Wednesdays and Sfturda's. :Y
I Mrs. Jay W." Moran, Mr. and Mrs.
Dr. D. J. Williams of Punta TEN DAYS TO 0:30 to 4:00 t '<
I 1 H. A. Bestor, Mr, and Mrs. C. L. .
I of the
: Gorda, a former pastor .': <
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Vaughn, jr.,
church and Downs, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Mills,
in Fort Myers on Clewiston Community
spent Thursday Fort Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Vaughn, Mr. Skin
business.Dr. Rev. Alexander Lynn of Myers BeautyThe
were brief visitors here Thursday.Mrs. and Mrs F. Deane Duff, Mr. and

I', Mrs.V.. C. Prewitt Mr. and Mrs. Johnson's Fish
CampNear
and Mrs. F. D. Gudbaur of Ft. J. H. Doty, Miss Maxine F. M. Rodriguez, Mr., and Mrs. J. simple, fundamental rules

I Myers were Clewiston visitors Wed Doty, Dick Owen, the Rev. and F. Morrison Mr. and ]Ilrs. C. A. whereby anyone can attain a ravish- ( Ilmricane Gate)

'I' nesday. Mrs. Kent Pendleton were in West Martinez, Mr. and Mrs. M. "W. ing complexion. Authentic, unbas-'I! Clewiston, Fla.

: 1 Palm Beach Sunday evening attend- Bigg, Mr. and Mrs. E.Y.. ,Ullen ed, healthful, pleasant, easy. :"
r 1 The Rev. and Mrs. Kent Pendleton ing a conference rally of the Young dahl, Mrs. Alice Austin Al Johns- Price, 10 cents per copy postpaid Boats and l\rotors-Guid Service

were business vitisors in Fort Peoples League of the Christian ton, R. L. Coker, jr. and 0. R.I Compass Booklets Rates Reasonable ;;

]1 Myers Friday. Church. Shuey. I \\ H. Johnson, Mgr.NN : .
II 501 Fifth Ave'ew: York N. Y.
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i ,Martin Timberlake is visiting Mr. Mrs. F.Y.. DeLozier and children BENNY PREWITT CELEBRATES

!I J\ and Fort Mrs. William T. Simpson In Marion and Billy, Mrs. W. THIRD BIRTHDAY WITH PARTY ... .. ..................................M.L.NNM.. .. .. .. .. ....'.-'.-.'...............................-......................N..-..............................-..............................-....... ,' '
Myers. F. Simpson, Mrs. W. H. Miller and .'
,) Mrs. A. M. Raupach made a sight- Benny Prewitt's third birthdaywas :?!: :;: ,:'ilt

Mr. and Mrs. Don Carlisle have seeing trip to Bok Tower, Orlando celebrated with a party at his
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1 returned from a visit with relatives and other points in Central Florida home yesterday afternoon. j! Contemplating s _
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in Madison and Cross City.: Tuesday. The party returned to Howard Smith and Bettye Carol : .,,

Clewistou by way of West Palm Flaniken won prizes in the games ..;'. '_.' '.',>i
I Mrs., W. H. Whatley of Fort Beach, Mrs. Miller and Mrs. Rau- and each child was given a balloonas

I Meade is visiting her daughter, Mrs. pach boarding the train there for a favor. j t construction of small housing unitssimilar j <

;: W. C. Prewitt and family. their return to their homes in Glen- I Ice cream and cake were servedto IJ
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f Pa. and Cumberland, Md. :: to those opposite the :s: '
: I Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Hare, jr, and coe the little guests.. Those invited .:'. passenger :,,-..:
1 Ronald Hare are spending two were Carol Augur, Patsy Meredith, 't'
f weeks at Fort Myers Beach. JUNE HOOKER HOSTESS AT Sue Cornette, Heather Guthrie. station to rent around $15.
f.
PARTY TUESDAY EVENING Emma Jane Ezelle, Bettye Carol \
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Mrs. E. W. Durst has Flaniken, Claire Jones, Sharon
been
a
t1lIr Miss June Hooker entertainedwith :;:: "' ::
patient at the Clewiston hospital for Crochet, Don Terrell, Howard Smith, : 1,
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I'I several a party Tuesday evening at Jimmy Knight, Paul Bowden, John .'. .. '1f:
days, recuperating from a interested suggestions= f.
minor operation. the home of her sister, ,Mrs. George Perry and Claude McLeod.B. :: care In :!: '>
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Crow. Games and dancing were t

: Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Beardsley had enjoyed till a late hour. Y. P. U. ELECTS OFFICERS ?: prospective renters. :_: ;J.

\E. I;i as guests this week their cousins, Refreshments of sandwiches, cake AT MEETING SUNDAY EVE :: .. :r :I

f. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Dana Wilcox, of and punch were served. Not until

r .1 Idaho Falls.' the birthday cake was brought in Elizabeth Winn was elected presi- i .

" were the guests aware that the dent of the B. Y. P.: U. of the First ,

: Mrs. F. D. Duff, Mrs. Nicholas party celebrated the sixteenth birth- Baptist church at the meeting Sun- "' : J. E Beardsley
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Mumford and Nicholas Mumford, day of their hostess. day evening. Bobby Broadfoot was '. .; ,.
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Eloise .t. .'Ht. .. .. '.: .__ .... .- : ::t
Misses ..
jr., were visitors Monday in Palm Attending were elected vice-president and BarbaraB .i. ";' :.}- '- REAL ESTATE J :V : ::: .,

Beach. Marsh, Beulah Guthrie, Leah Rich- r.o a d f 00 t secretary-treasurer ::: I' .;_ ,;
fif41 aud, Lee Pridgen, Edythe Nell Robert Hodges was elected corresponding *
Mrs. L. H. Robbins returned to *:* JIM HEARDSLEY ART LAWRENCE :.t: .
Cornette, Margaret Von Mach, and secretary and Jimmie '.'
Clewiston this week after visitinga and Eugene :: BETTY :: :
Renee Wethington Davis Bible Reader's leader. SriCEIl MILDRED DURST .il:
daughter in Enterprise, Florida' Cornette, Munselle Stone, Frank :t: .
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a, for several weeks Hollingsworth. Dick Patterson, 'Ed Springer, Group, captains Lynwood are Dixon Betsy, Ross Eric I ;;..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:....:..:-:-:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:.:. }

Von Mach, J. B. Brantley, Robert
I Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Fuller and
and Lloyd Kelly and J. D. Hooker. .S
Gene Marshall have returned from ,-"

a two weeks'" vacation. They visited J MRS. THOMAS HOSTESS AT I --n:
in Atlanta during their absence. BRIDGE CLUB WEDNESDAYMrs. :'1A1

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iF t Mr. and Mrs. N. V. .S. Mumfordand :1
Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Rodriguez G. B. Thomas was hostess }

spent Sunday fishing at Pine Is- Wednesday afternoon to membersof > :
land. her bridge club. Mrs. R. N. I

Smith was awarded a pottery I J

'!, Mrs. D. C. Settle and daughters, pitcher as high prize and Mrs. D. '!J
Sue and Sandra, of Moore Haven' G. Alston a pair of hose as cut '

spent Wednesday here with Mrs. prize. ;

I'rank Cotheru.C. The hostess served strawberry : I / (

shortcake to' Mrs. Smith, Mrs. c I 1. A / / ,!
V. Parkinson is attending the '.
Alston, Mrs. R. C. Wilson, Mrs. r :: : tip: :ut
State Banker's Convention v. f t ,,
being W. H. Lanier, Mrs. L. C. Miller, I
held InVest Palm Beach yesterday, Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, Mrs. Carl John- ( fl ,
today and tomorrow. "
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I'J1 son and Mrs. H. R. Hall. 'I "1''
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I"1 Mrs. H. A. Bestor, Mrs. R. Y. EVENING BRIDGE CLUB MEETS I ;9 a''r : .1'

Patterson and Mrs. J. W. Ezelle ",
LANIER
WITH IHS.VILLIJU[
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were Monday visitors in West Palm : S.

Beach. Mrs. Blanche Turner won a set ,.r 0 S # 0 bL

of glasses and serving tray at the '..1
Mrs. F. D. Hessie left
yesterdayfor zc t
evening bridge club, which met
her home in Jacksonville after .
with Mrs. W. H. Lanier as hostess ; '
spending the winter here with Mr. a t ..1.1I
Wednesday. Second prize, a noveltypin dSr f 'i _
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and Mrs. George T. Augur and I'
was won by Miss Mae Palmer.A I vi tau
I family.
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frozen fruit salad was servedat )

George Yon, of South Bay, under- the refreshment hour. \ 'IINt syt '

went a sinus operation at Good Those playing were Mrs. Blanche : ]
Samaritan hospital in West Palm Turner, Miss Palmer, Mrs. Camp- fJ': WHAT IT IS I Definite, low temperatures -
, ) ;rear; in each of five food-keeping zones- .
'J Beach Wednesday morning. He bell E. Nail Mrs. R. C. Wilson, '' :;l Simply; dial the exact amount of cold ![

'!-f is reported as doing nicely. Mrs. H. H. Turner, Mrs. Roy Als- : needed, with new TRUE-TEMP Control.

ton, Mrs. B. J. Schroeder and, Mrs.R. .
" Mrs. A. O. Ward visited Mr. and C, Nowling. r. -

Mrs. Judson Francis In Canal Point I it t New TRUE-TEMP New FIBERGLAS HUMIDITY in correct )
: one day this week. : (:;
Mrs. Francis
TO Control Insulation Amounts
MRS. ROBINSON HOSTESS { I I
: I and baby daughter returned to. %,... -
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SUNDAY SCHOOL MEETINGMrs. j) .
,:'; Clewi ton and are spending several ; l ,,) ...... : ,. 1: i nth e /
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I W. J. Robinson entertained { W 4: KEEPER'

+(. ; The baby son of Mr. and Mrs. the ladies in the Adult Sunday ; HOW lets you select the cold protects the cold-keeping HUMIDRAWER" etc.- I

I! Ben Bolton has been in Good Samaritan School Class of the Baptist ,church \11\ i\\ERE'S 5' you need; then holds efficiency of the cabinet preserves: foods' natural I ist
+, hospital in West Palm Tuesday afternoon at the home of VI 0 ttK temperatures true! for life flavor and juices. ,

Beach for several days. Considerable Mrs. H. G. MeLeroy. "II" !

:improvement in his condition was After the business meeting, a
noted this morning.Mr. social hour was enjoyed and 'refreshments 81 1 You'll bo amazed at this NEW i
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were served' to Mrs. J. ; E ..: 1' '11 refrigerator! Amazed, toe,that 2 5 C f
and Mrs. M. 'cc'. Bigg and L. Whitaker, Mrs. R. C. Nowling, \'II !
; for liltle DAY
C you can buy one as as
Mrs. Alice Austin spent Saturday Mrs. II. G. McLeroy, Mrs. II, E. Iii! /

in Fort Myers. Mrs. Austin left Walker, Mrs. Don Pullen, Mrs. C.

Monday for several weeks in Day- W. Simmons Mrs. E. E. Kelly, Mrs.

tona Beach before returning to her Lucretia Garrison, Mrs. M. C. t I]

;1 home in Jamestown,. New York. Vowell, Mrs. A. R. Adams, Mrs. PARKINSON'Sro

Alex McGowan, Mrs.,C. Nelson, Mrs.A. .
Mr. and Mrs. F.. A. Flanders and R. Broadfootj Mrs. L. C.. Miller, 'I'
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Couse of Moore Mrs. O. C. Landon Mrs. M. C. Doke :

,i Haven Joined Dr. and Mrs J. W. Mrs. R. J. Blount, Mrs Paul Hite, :
Ezelle in supper and bridge at the Mrs. A. H. King, Mrs. A. W. Dodge, : .;: -',c i !!? '? ; : v
W. F, J: $ wrttfJ @# :t t f.:{:;Jt ii f 1 T: Q' Yl' .
Simpson home Friday eve Mrs. D. B. Allen and W. R. Broad- f: } t&J :i.rffl! JiQ .f

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To Escape Her

"Is your wife a good driver?"

"Well, I don't know about that-

O RUPERT HUGHES-WNU SERVICE By RUPERT HUGHES certainly but all the are.other" drivers she meets



A good hostess makes her
guests feel at
\ CHAPTER XV-Continued ancestors that had heaven knows flinging his things into his suitcase They were not hard to find, the Po- she wishes they home-even when

\ -lOne what sorrows or failure to drive when a telegram,was brought to his godins, but they refuse to geeve up were.

day the Pogodins came them to despair. My poor, dear door. the baby. They say she is their fl

home with a child. They said they brother was started wrong, he could own, and they defy me to proof she That Bird Again!

had adopted her. never hope to be what he ought to JOOST"VE ARR OUTSITE NORD RUSSIANS EXPRESS is somebody's who is in America.So "A little bird told me you were

That evening while Mr. Patakywas have been. BORDERS VE ARRIVAL IN I go away much afraided. ButI going bracelet.to" give me a diamond

at the Folies Caprice seeing a "So I thought that a hospital for PARIS DAY AFTER TWO MORROW come back and wait in the street.
musical work, the Pogodins had correcting the malformations and CYNTA IS GOOD AND- Not till next,morning Cynthia comes "It must have been a lyre bird."

made haste to pack up their, belong- the inherited handicaps of little chil- SENS LOAF TO NUNKERDAY. out alone to play and I- stealed her

ings and ship them to the station.Mr. dren would be about as good a me- "MIRUMA." from the stealers-oh, how I runs! HANDY FELLOW

Pataky being away from homed morial for poor Wentworth as I From the depths of ''his soul Jebb

d not learn which of the stations' could find. Through this fog of misspelled sighed. It seemed impossible to HJyove- / -:

they went to, and from. "And I wanted a large part of its words a blast of sunlight came that keep his love secret any longer. He @

In answer to Jebb's frantic demands work to be experimental. I want it almost smote Jebb Saul-wise to the had no right to deny her that trib- j

for a guess as to the probable to keep investigating, finding new floor.It ute. It was her privilege to know .

destination of the couple, Mr. Pa- methods, pushing into the dark. You seemed intolerably long to Jebb that he loved her enough to relin- !Qr.J

taky pulled out a business card, the understand, don't you?" before the Ludlams returned to the quish her for her own sake. r '

duplicate of the one Jebb alreadyhad. "That's about all I understand in hotel, and when they came in they And then with much hesitation,

Mr. Pogodin was in business this world, Miss Ludlam," Jebb ex- were fagged with shopping. The tel- his mouth full of the ashes of confession I Bugs-Hey, Mr. Spider, spin us

both in Paris and in Warsaw. He claimed with unusual fervor for egram acted like an elixir of new he began to tell her of his I a net between these posts, so we

had not done well in Pest. him. "That's my religion, and the : life.But other self. can play tennis!

"I am sure you find them in Parisor closest I can come to a prayer is the laggardliness of time "Do not tell it me," she said,. "It

in Warsaw, if maybe they ain't an operation. And as for experimenting was felt only when Jebb tried to hoorts you, and I ,know it all many Still in Doubt

gone to some other place." -it's the crying need of the live 'out the day and a half between days. Seester Jennie tells it, and it The girl's fiance wanted her to marry

To come to this Y-shaped trail world, Miss Ludlam. If only a man him and Miruma's return. makes me such joy to theenk that him at once. She sought out her wise

and realize that whichever way he could have ,a lot more money to you have been 'shrinking from me old maid aunt.
He large portion of "Auntie
spent a the do think I
spend and all his time to devoteto not because you did hated me, but you am too young
took he would wish he had taken "
time writing and rewriting a cable- to marry? she asked
the other; and that every day of de- exploring. Experimental,surgery gram to Mrs. Thatcher. This was because you" did loved me all thees "W cll, my dear was the thoughtful

.', lay increased the difficulty and not easy, for he must inform her long time. reply, "if I had my time over again I'd

blurred the track, was maddeningto that her child was alive and well "Then you understand why I kept get married before I had sense enoughnot

Jebb. He gave Pataky the mon- and on the way home, that her hus- silent?" to"A

:_- ey for Cynthia's little destructions stI21A band's good name was rescued and "Yes."

,' and got rid of him with curt phrases. documented, and that the poor faith- "And why I can never ask you our soap top manufacturer salary earners.is one He of

;i : When Jebb reached Vienna the ful soul had left an invention which to be my-my wife?" knows how to make a good clean.

next morning and went into the I'a prominent manufacturer, Charles .
"No. Leesten, Jebb Effendim up.
" breakfast-room he found Miruma Ludlam, had inspected and would you
theenk
you have another self that
: waiting for him. Her face was luminous place on the market for her on a
(Wt cannot keel. I theenk
you you can,
r: with welcome, but it turned % U royalty basis with a guarantee ofa 0
i, \ I weet the help of Allah and weet my AGENTS WANTEDTo
she cried income for life.
:
gloomy as 0 good
love to make you a home. Even if sell amazingly successful treatmentfor
"You deed not finded the Cynthia \1It I When the Nord-Express pulled in you cannot keel that Meester Pier- Dandruff. .Itching Scalp, Falling

child. Aman! aman!" at the station, Jebb ran through the pont, still when you are that manI Hair Send and$1.00 Baldness.for sample Good and commission.sales kit. f-

r He told the story briefly, hastily cars searching. could keep you close, take care BELEM SALES AGENCYP.

, .' explained his new dilemma. She Cynthia, dawdling in the corridoras of you, save you from to run allover O. Box 440 Atlanta, Georgia

i.' solved it in one instant: before, saw him first and set upa the world, and, perhaps some day

: "Leesten.-Do you speak Polish or shriek. be made dead in some tarrible
place. If I should be wife ]I Nina-You were seen, with Mr. X
k Mosgovian? He shook his head. your
The child's first distinguishable on the night of the storm. His wife
Then she ran on, eyes flashing with speech was: should guard you and when the long knows everything. See page 19 of

,: delight over her scheme: seeckness was over,you should wake the May True Story Magazine, now _
ci.: "I am cherkes-Circassian born I "Oh, Nunkie Dave, you never told back to yourself in your own home on sale.-Adv.
,
and I learn some Russian as child, me what Thinpat the Thailor had in and in my arms always. Then soon,
taked 1 1 the thoot-cathe he bringed his little I know, I know Allah would answer Sorrows of Others
before I am to Turkey. yi
'' daughter, 'Bri thet." such prayer from two such 'lovers, He who,for others' sorrows care
"But leesten? You shall to Par-
go
soon the other self comes less and no jot, the name 'of "man" that
And before anything else could be
is and look, and I shall go to War- ;. '
. less often, stays less and less long. man deserveth not. Saadi.
aw. The one who finds the child told Jebb had to ransack his excited IC.'
//aerst telegraphs the. other. I bet brain for a catalogue of gifts that That could be-couldn't eet?

' would have foundered the reindeersof "Yes, it could be-it would be, if-
.' you I gone to find her the sheker- I
bull-the sugar lump feerst. What Santa Claus himself. but I love"you too much to let you WVHMHENHere's !
endure it.
s' you bet?" And after this, Cynthia must tell

By this time, the Ludlams met in her own adventures with the Pogo- "Hush, Jebb Effendim. -theenk" amazing to
the breakfast-room and came over dins, and she must show off the you want me for wife-yes? way

to their table. The story and the Russian she had learned and the Jebb only cast his eyes up in de Relieve 'Regular' PainsMrs.
scheme told all Leisure was left to talk of Polish words and what nice spair of words to express this de-
over again enrap- a wom- .J.C.lawson writes:"I was undernourished -
else.
tured sister Jennie and even opened nothing an Mme. Pogodin was-though not sire. had cramps headaches and bakcche -
the ,fat of brother Charles. half nice Aunt "Then-if thees" time instead of to ,associated with my monthly periods.
eyes Asa is the world it's unbounded so as Miruma.In I took Dr.Pierce's Favorite Prescriptionfor
much traveled woman, sister Jen- new ; be gived by somebody to somebody, a while, gained strength, and was ::1,
undreamed of-why, God, it's fact, there was no silencing the relined these ."
idea my I give myself for a giftthenthenoh greatly of pa 1I$
nie scoffed at the of diffi-
any -excuse me!" child till fatigue put her to sleepor should the gift be refused? FO over 70 years, countless thousands of
Miruma's -
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culty way. at least they supposed she ,who suffered functional monthly
Brother Charles volunteered He collapsed in full flight, was should you ruin my life forever?- pains, have taken Dr. Pierce's Favorite Pre
to get asleep. scription over a period of time-and have been
excitement should
but make
ashamed of his should you-oh
the passport.from the American con- own you me overjoyed to find that this famous remedy has
sul in Vienna. An hour sister Jennie cried: "Don't mind "And now, hanim effendim-Miru- do all the proposing?" helped them ward off such monthly discomforts.
later he me-I'm used to Charlie. I love to ma-tell me how you managed to Those compartment-cars are very Most amazing, this scientific remedy, for-
back with it
came boastfully: mulated by a practicing physician, is guaranteed -
hear you swear. It shows you have find her-you wonderful, angelic-" cosy for settling disputes of this to contain no harmful drugs-no narcot-
"It isn't everybody that could have the frenzy that a man needs to be he stopped short on ,the brink of a sort. And Cynthia was asleeporat ics.In a scientific way,it improves nutritional
assimilation; helps build you up and so increases -
said
this he
"I had
got ; presenceof great. You are the man I need to plunge. least they thought she was asleep. your resistance and fortifies you
mind enough to realize that if I functional Lessens
help me found this memorial. It "Oh such THE END. against pain. nervousness
eet .
'' said Mme. Janghir was a Turkish ees a long story.Is [ ] during this trying period.
must be just a little different from Don't suffer one unnecessary moment from
t:; lady there'd be all sorts of red tape. those that are already established; such monthly discomfort.Get Dr.Pierce's Favorite
So I said she'was American." Prescription from your druggist. Dis-
an
it must-but you know so much bet- Science Advances in Telepathy cover how wonderfully it acts to relieve you of
Tests
"Well, she is, by intention," said ter than I do what is needed. Won't "Regular"pains:. 1 f1

{ sister Jennie. Miruma blushed and you please-please-take charge of University Man Gives Much Information
Jebb sighed. "
it for me! His Luck

'': The Warsaw train left at noon Jebb almost fainted at this gift, "I've been hunting tigers." '

and required seventeen hours for the so great he had never even dreamedof telepathy, mongrelized by years be found in "Man! the Unknown,"' "Had any luck?"

.1,.. journey. Jebb's train to Paris took it. of vaudeville trickery, at the thresh- the recent book by Dr. Alexis Car "Rather. I didn't meet one."

k twenty-seven hours, and he was old of becoming a science? As- rel, who wrote: "Those endowed)

weary of globe-trotting. They talked till the porter in- tonishing experiments have pro- with this power grasp the secret

formed them that the whole car was gressed to a point where private thought of other'individuals without
3 There was so little time to get 4 FOLD WAY TO RELIEVE
; complaining.When home tests invited. With them using their
are sense organs. They also
Miruma aboard her train, and there
the train at last reached goes the candid warning that, despite perceive events more or less remotein MUSCLES
instructions SO
were so many to give '
her, that leisure was left to talk Paris, the Wentworth Ludlam Me- the fun of using the mind as space and time. This quality is .

of nothing else. And Jebb was sad- morial Hospital and Experimental a messenger boy, there is hazard, exceptional. It develops in only a DUE'TO FATIGUE AND EXPOSURE
Station was pretty well talked out, perhaps tragedy, as a possible reward small number of human beings. .
ly glad of this; it saved him from EN-AR-CO helps nature brine quick relief
and good deal of it was mappedon for psychic tinkering.The Clairvoyance
the torment of restraining his wordsof a appears quite com four powerful ways:
adoration. paper. man who took telepathy out monplace to those who have it. It 1 STIMULATES surface,circulation. M. srt

The first place Jebb sought in of the music hall and put it into brings them knowledge which is 2 REDUCES local congestion.

Jebb's mood was funereal when Paris was the office of the Machines- the laboratory is slim, youthful, imp more certain than that gained 3 RELIEVES muscular soreness. .
3
2a he returned to his hotel. In his 4 SOOTHESsuperfzdalnerve t
a-ecrire Flaubert. The president and tuous and mop-haired, a rapt be- through the sense organs." endings and relieves local
absence the Ludlams had decided to his son received him and recog- liever in the theory that the human Dr. Rhine experimented with chil- pain and discomforts.Just rub
.' to Paris the on En-ar-co and enjoy glorious
by train-a
go same nized the name of Nikolai Pogodin mind is, to more or less degree, a, dren then college students. The'results relief. Pleasant to apply.At

conspiracy console him.hatched by sister Jennieto with contrasting feelings. The sensitive broadcasting station with were dismaying. Then he all trial druggits size to National, or send RemedyCo. IOc for ,

younger member of the firm messages for those with minds ca- tried hypnotized subjects and, final- ., 55 W. 42 St., N. Y. C. EN-AR.CO
When dinner was finished sister pable of tuning in the right wave- Dept. W-2.
elder
laughed; the swore. ly the key to science, specially gift-
Jennie told Charles to go to the length the Literary Digest.He .
Mr. Pogodin, they said, had been says ed students. Results followed im
smoking-compartment, and stay their but his interest in the is Dr. Joseph Banks Rhine, pressively.He "
agent, Justified CrueltyTo 7
l; there and ;
; she asked Jebb to come '
ri 1:' back after the expiration of one ci- race tracks of various capitals had whose experiments at Duke univer- is careful to distinguish be- the earth the plow seems

As mixed up his accounts so that they sity keep people'awake nightly from tween clairvoyance and telepathy. cruel.ForONLY.10Now.
he had
gar. soon as
accomplished -
erased him from North Carolina to California. 'Clairvoyance, he is
t.- his cigar he wandered back bed regretfully says, percep-
their rolls. Mainly, success depends, he says, tion, such as symbols on the cards.
to sister Jennie.
Then _she_ unfolded
m n -------- on possession of the "gift" to some "
Telepathy is "mind-reading. Per-
''it her plan: The Flauberts promised Jebb any
I extent favorable mental conditionsto
,
k' information in their but sons gifted with one ordinarily possess -
they
"When I first saw you in Vienna power, a large extent. Then: <
the other.Distance .
the other day, and thought you were doubted if Pogodin were in War- J' .-iiii----1I
y-: very rich, I told you I wanted more saw, or that he would remain any- i "First, a genuine interest is re I he holds, makes no dif- Less than
of where long. quired. Preferably a fresh spon- ference. 'Indeed, better results are r
C your help, you remember? Jebb -x
taneous curiosity to if
i smiled. "Now that I find you are see you can obtained when test objects are sepa-
do it.
" not an idle millionaire, but a keen CHAPTER XVI rated by rooms. High scores ob-
-' and brilliant surgeon-oh, don't lift [ In more than 100,000 trials, con- tain when several miles intervene.
ducted since 1927, he has obtained Remarkable results were obtainedat
,1- your hand-it gives you away as a Jebb went back to his hotel to tell
results that seem billions to one a distance of 100 miles.
surgeon, and Miruma has told me of sister Jennie that he resigned his
(; miracles against the operations of pure "With all its dangers it is, I be-
your in-wherever it .
was. stewardship in her great project.He
'::' chance. Mathematically, at least, lieve, the greatest field ''for intellectual a dose
"I spoke to of
poor'brother must set out dismal
you my on a journeyto
" he has shown that, in some persons adventure that the student has
Wentworth. Before I die I want to Poland. But sister Jennie I
was I I'I
perception without use of the before him today, says Dr. Rhine. It
see a memorial of that beautiful not to be found.. She
was shoppingin does in fact .
ordinary sense exist. "The perils add to the zest, and the
soul, cursed through no fault of his the Rue de la Paix. He went to Dr. Rhine's can ,
Support for faith' stall of the 'game is unequalled
own by an inheritance from poor his own room and was dismally'

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l' ACHING CESTCOLDS % Method in Work


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\ HOW ON EARTH DID THEY out punctuality.-CeciI.

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Warn of Disordered
f\\' I Do you dread those "trying years" (38 to
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'\ I you getting moody cranky and
" NERVOUS: Do you fear hot flashes,weakening -
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THE CLEIWSTO1lJWS FRIDAY, APRIL 5, 1040<<
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: I Logan ..... D Counting Noses J ID Markette ........ 160 157 139 house dance during the harvest built-In cabinets Installed in the

Wilcox _........... 149 110 festival. They .have received num- kitchen and both the exterior and rfJ.

George ............ > 150 155 erous requests to broadcast but thisis interior freshly painted.

i Total.......... 700 703 652 the first time on the air. Considerable more building activity -

ONt, uaORED N llN TEEN RojAl's. is in prospect for the immediate

AfW TJJOTRffE002FIVE J. Holin'worth .145 106 93 Census- future and it is expected that this

MILLION Diiggers ........143 163 151 summer will see one of the greatest -

Stallions ...-.... 137 168 165 building booms in the Jilstory
z / McLaughlin .... 110 120 130F. (Continued from Page 1) I' of the community.
Holin'worth 147 132
145
and will cover all persons alive at
Total.......... 680 694, 671- 12:01 o'clock of that day. Persons Boy Scouts-

Chamber of Commerce who died before then will not be

Ward .............. 131 111 151 counted; those who die after this Continued-from Page 1) I
(
Clark .............. 123 138 100 zero hour will be counted. Visitorsin
l Iro Weaver ............. 115 133 107 the home will not be counted. they failed to place in any event
I One month is allowed for takingthe made a very creditable showing for
Lawrence ........ 117 120 119
Dummy .......... 92 127 109 census, which when completedwill their first time at such a meet. .r.
the Those making the trip were:
show entire
population of
I
Total ...?.....578 629 616
the United States. Sherwood Hall patrol leader, Sonny
U. S. S. C. Office
Hendry county .enumerators are : Vaughn, Billy Perry, Martin Wal-
Von Mach .... 176 177 150
i Mrs. O'Banion dron Oliver Martinez, Richard
,
Olney West La-
Shelley......... 82 119
Belle Mrs. Ruth Hanna and Dick Elkins.E. .
; Murray, Denaud Guy
Bestor ............ 37) 133 160 ;
Mrs. Bill Hooker, Mrs. Richard M. Cornette assisted in snaking -
Srochet ........:....148 182 135 .
I Embry, Clewiston the trip possible by furnishinga
Schiffli ..........._ 143 127 ; 1Irs.Margaret
Reeves, Felda and 'East LaBelle. Lincoln Zephyr for the trip.
Bigg ................ 140 109 I

Total.......... 666 759 673
Three: New Homes- School News-

fWM7 s nl Number of Defaults I --

(Continued from (Continued from Page 5) '
Ezelle ............... 102 \ cn? Page 1) / .
More Savings PlacedIn I Total .?_...... 526 500 497 terior will be plaster finish and the Fourth Grade-Clifford Beatty, f.
Continued Troui Page 1))
( exterior will be of asbestos-cement Kim Kolstad, Dick Schiffli, Ernest
Insured Loan Ass'n Curry after a very hard first round. shingles. The roof is of interlocking Smith, Anthony Toulls, Joyce
High School Pairings for second round, :
shingles and the foundation is
Berner Mary
Carline ,
Waters ............ 120 156 134 championship flight-E. Shelley vs Phillips,
concrete pillar type. The home is Lou
.............. 92 138 142E. Bussell, Katherine Dyess, Betty
Washington, April 5-A heavy Stone Lou Betzner, J. 'V. Mosley vs F. forty-four by thirty-four. Emerick, Lillian Golden..
volume of thrift funds was placedin Von Mach .. 123 124 169 D. Duff, played off with Duff los-
.......... 81 101 147. The Neilson residence is on the Fifth Grade-Mary Thomas.
the 47 insured savings and loan Vaughn ing 9 and 7. Doc Van Landingham
.... ... 141 I 150 198 I south side of Pasadena Street be- Sixth Grade-Jean Auger, Ouida
Brantley
associations in Florida during the : vs., R. W. Turk. Ralph Kirk vs
tween Atlantic and San Benito and Shelfcr Jean Walker, J. D. Keller,
... 669 9 0U.t
Total...... .557 'J
months of 1940, the Janu- A. Wells, played off with Wells
two
first
S. C. Com. almost directly across the street I Shelter, Kean Walker, J. 'D. Keller,
total being $6,840,515, S. losing 3 and 1.
it ary-February was reported today by Nugent Waters '........-... 135 123 126 Pairings for the first flight (first from the new Clarke home. This Edward Ricks, Curtis Pullen, David

Fallon, General Manager of the Boone ............112 108 8 losers in championship flight) house will have five rooms and bath Thomas. 9Sherwood .

Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Harper ............ 101 are Casper VanLandingham vs.J.. with a small screened front porch Seventh Grade Nick Schiffli,

: Corporation. Bass ................ 114 121 109 V. Thomas, W. C. Owen vs EdWard I and, a porte-cochere on the west Hall.
: boosted the Kolstad .......... 104 176 : 186' Dick Bowman vs N. Mum- : side. It is a $3,000 structure to Eighth Grade-Marianne Jones,

:;. f These investments in the associations Hager ............._ 157 130 ford, Mrs. F. D. Duff vs J. W. be finished in novelty. siding with Norma Bussell.
total of private savings Total..........596 695 625 a' metal shingle roof: Ninth Grade-Betty Berg, Elbert
r, to $34,471,000, a new rec- '\. Milligan. round Several other, new residences are Hooker, Gloria McDuffie. '

'. ord high, Mr. Fallon said. Pairings for second being planned for the immediate Tenth Grade Louise Hollings-
Merchants matches in the second flight are
, There are now 37,549 thrifty Kelly.............. 124 154 Fred Sterchi vs Sam Fleming; Joe future.In worth.
4A- investors in Florida taking advantage Logan ........ .. 156 128'' Wood vs J. F. Curry. addition to this new construction Eleventh Grade-Julia Oglesby.
;s. : of the facilities of these. associations I :: A.V.. Lawrence has just l Twelfth Grade-Dick Patterson,
Wilcox ...... ..105 117 Matches must. be played by Sun-
stated Mr. Fallon. Their Martin ....-..... ,127. )J25 day night, April 7th. finished spending about five hundred Florence Graham! Hervey Bourne, I
: savings are fully protected against Markette _....... 135 152 157 dollars in a complete re-modelling J. D. Hooker, Louise Leiter.
to $5,000 investor by
loss up per Schroeder ........ 134 163 Choral- -- -- -
i:,; \ the Insurance' Corporation. George ___. ..... 131 130 Band and - ..- -.... '''- -'''' '. .
During February 598 loans on Total ......_... 647 '670 721 I I -jW,__:i.tIt. .:... Em. ...;,. :;'ti ,-Rt.'iiI: ...;a.a,.
homes amounting to $1,770,055 I II
i;; l]'. S. S. C. Office (Continued From Page 1) .
made by the associations.
were Crochet .......... 134 140 177 i I (
''t These figures compared with 316 growers.
Schiffli ..._..... 93 122 96, The Success March by the band :
lonas totaling $1,075,090 in Febru
.{ Bestor ............ 109 106 concluded the program.No Let Us

.:.,.''. ary Insured a year ago.associations in Florida Bigg ................ 90 previous publicity had been

Von Mach .... 173 129 154 broadcast except
and 46 given to the
J, include one state-chartered having Shelley........... 114 82 through the" Sugar Cane Press You With
Federal chartered institutions Supply{ :
g''.\: total assets of $51,725,000.Man Moran .............. '* 85 which ,was circulated the day be- .;:.,

,.., : Total ....,...._ 599 611 594 fore but there were many who ; <.' >fIi ;\. ,-

;; Is Killed In heard that it was .to take place and .'. f ..' ,
Thursday Night Scores were listening. The program came

? Tasmania Accident :Moore: Haven: in quite clearly in Clewiston and ':<

Settle .............. 192 144 141 the Fort Myers station wired during WINDOW CARDS r- .

Couse ............ 137 131 145 the broadcast that reception was ,I J
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(Moore Haven Democrat) Flanders ........ 116 122 very good and that many favorable :':1.> G.'J'
RULED
Luther N. (Jack) Davis, 52, was Hardy...:........ 142 133 154 comments were being heard. ," FORMS ::._ .f.. ..
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instantly killed Saturday afternoon Dowd ............:. 153 130 123 The band is now less than six )

.; about three o'clock at the logging Bowden ........ 129 month's old but under the capable :' LETTERHEADSENVELOPES ': '
; :
comp of the Nocatee Crate Companysix Total.......... 740 667 685U. direction of Prof. Sturchio the group :. :

miles west of Tasmania whenhe S. S. C. Com. has been whipped into shape in this ;. ,':i0';.. ::> y if

was pinned between two railroad Hager _........... 149 118 118 short time to perform like veteransof ': : '

: cars which he was attempting to Boone ..........., 123 122 114 many years. Few of the group : : ';: ;, : ; -, :;,. : .

couple. Waters ............ 123 160 122 had any previous musical train- >,\ ",:; ./\ B ILL !-1 E ADS I -'
:
The company uses an old-type Harper ............ 96 142 Ing before the organization of the .., :', ", :, 'I"

;. car without automatic; couplers and Kolstad: ........._ 143. 91 band. : :' .::
S'} the coupling must be done by hand, Bass ................ > 123 172 The choral group has been train- L' <.. HANDBILLS : f\. ', .

the man standing between the Total .......... 631 607 668 ed by Mozelle Jackson, negro teacher : : ::; ; ';} .
cars to put in the pin when, the at Harlem and herself a musicianof ., < TICKETS .

cars came together. An irregular ? Merchants extraordinary' ability. The group

place in the track is said to have Martin ............ 110 143 first aroused tremendous interestby '

= caused .the coupling of one car to Schroeder ...... 148 125 an excellent program given on \ ETC. ,

a, slide over the other and Davis was I Kelly ...?......... 142 122 the occasion of the annual Presi- \\ _
crushed between the cars, has h dI __ .

!;-:,;. and body being'' crushed. IN ,' .' ._. . .M. .M. ,M. .". ... ... ,. A. surprisingly low
/ Judge J. M. Couse and' Sheriff
:; J. J. Wiggins were summoned to .
I. .
: .
; investigate the accident but upon f' .;. '

; arrived found that it had occured '1.'
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., just across the line in Charlotte I X
i.r. .s. 1 r'1
c county. .
!
,. Funeral services were held Tues-

>: day afternoon at 3:00: from the I

t'.:,. Van Petten Chapel in Arcadia with J S CLEWISTON 60LF Quality Printing

::: Rev. M. D. Jackson, pastor; of the I .
I '. Nocatee Baptist church in charge. :

.' Interment was in Oak Ridge ceme- I I It

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,J.';.. ................ 9 27 .250 ::: ,n I .. CALL TO ASSIST YOU
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.:. On Monday night six of the .

;: teams will meet on the local alleys, ..J-


::.';'-" Merchants Realty Royal's and taking vs.Development Commissary on the Corp Clewiston and. team High, II 4openiritherllhc p t ] IJ } .


,,!,. School vs. Moore Haven.: ." -I' LET US ESTIMATE ON >,;; .:..

t.; :Monday;' Xipht Scores ,\,.. ",' ,
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Moore Haven : NEXT ORDERCLEWISTON
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Settle ....:......: 109 127 163 :f. : I

Couse .............. 149 109 145 A
Hardy............ 125 170 93 ::" <::Li.Jl"1I: o .':,

Bowden .......".. 107 94 I.=: I

Dowd .............. 139 157 130: ::

: Flanders .. ..... 99 I .:. 2I

Total ....:....: .'629 662 615 :: rvt 0 e r 1 le Grce.i. Fees I' :
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Parkinson ....... 119 101 79 Ii:: FxceptloeicJ 1 Fairways : I

Ed Clark ....h..-98 123J. :
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W.. Weaver....... 117 92 8'4 113 f ;: Interesting Greens III'III'f I I.I t.


Ed Ward .....:.. 107 I 126 122 -
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