The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00782
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: April 12, 1940
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
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notis - ACA5652
lccn - sn 95047264
System ID: UF00028415:00782
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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il Miami Motorcade Here Andrews To SpeakTo :'Sugar Bloc DisagreesOn

Kiwanis Club

Thursday For Luncheon Next WednesdaySenator New Legislation

I o and Mrs. Charles O. I n- -
,j VILLAGES IS SURPRISE TO Townsend To Attend Andrews will pay a visit to Clewis Whitehair Will Speak BILL TO SUCCEEDACT

GROUP OX WAY HERB ) ton next Wednesday and will be OF" 1937
r.I I Belle Glade FairA guest speakers at the ''weekly meet- Here Next ThursdayFrancis I

t e A good-will motorcade from ing of the Kiwanis Club that en- Following a second day of heated

Miami, sponsored by the Chamberof telegram from the EvergladesFair nine- P. Whitehair, of DeLand debate before the house agriculture J
Commerce of that city, came to Association yesterday after- The, Kiwanians have arranged a who is conceded an excellent chance committee in Congress, the' sugar 1
Clewiston Thursday morning, tour- noon is to the effect that Dr. Ladies' Night for that time and any- of winning the Democratic nomina- Industry's warring factions calledan

ed the sugar plantations and other Francis E. Townsend, head ,of the one who wishes to attend and hear tion for Governor in the May Pri- informal meeting yesterday to
Ii I points of interest before being entertained Townsend pension plan, will attend the Senator's talk and Mrs. An- maries will bring his campaign into attempt to work out some satisfactory
:' with a luncheon at the the Everglades Fair in Belle Glade drews' talk which follows, whetherKiwanians the Everglades on Thursday of legislation to take the place of

'I Clewiston Inn as guests of the today. or not, are privilegedto next week, speaking In Moore the present sugar quota act. This

; Clewiston Chamber of Commerce. 'Word of Dr. Townsend's inten- do so. Haven at 10:00 a. m. and coming meeting however, was said to have
I There was an estimated crowd of tion to attend the fair is containedin The price of dinner will be' one here just after luncheon to speakat led only to another bitter squabbleover
I: 123 in the motorcade and in the a message from Jacksonville dollar and everyone who wishes 1:30. the government's marketing

aircade which left Miami to'i visit :yesterday morning. Senator Charles to attend should make reservationswith Mr. Whitehair! is an able attorney, control system.

the Lake Region and attf[m the O. And/ews is also planning to be the club secretary, A. W. business man and grower and his Unable to agree on terms of, the
special program arranged for present at the Fair and to speak Lawrence as soon as possible. campaign for the Governorship on proposed bill the sugar bloc sub-

"Miami Day" 'at the Everglades Fair tomorrow, Saturday, morning.The a platform of a United Florida anda mitted the problem to the agriculture -
: '' in Belle Glade in the afternoon. Fair, which opened Tuesdayand Paty To Speak business-like administration has committee and in a three-day
, There were about eighty-five of is rated as the best in the been an aggressive one and well- I hearing which opened WednesdayIt

: this group that came into Clewiston history of this 'glades exposition, Here On MondayB. received by the electorate in other appeared that the representativesof
for the luncheon. closes tomorrow. parts of the state.
l i the sugar industry were far from
Mayor F. Deane Duff, R. Y. being in accord with terms of such
F. Paty of West Palm Beach.
Patterson and 'H. A. Bestor formed legislation.
: the welcoming committee which met FRED KENT RESIGNSAS regarded as one 'of the outstanding FRASER URGES $3.00 selection
I candidates for Governor will addressthe : There was difficulty in the -
the motorcade at South 'Bay, the
of chairman, David W. Pipesof
voters of Clewiston next Mon-

; which lake terminus the group of travelled.Road 26 At Bare over ATTORNEY TO invited day morning to hear at his 10:00 message and and all are the AUTO TAGS IN TALK chair Houma although, La., finally he, like taking several the

Beach pump station the cars left
issues in his campaign for the others had flatly refused the nomin-
j I Beach the highway and Ritta for a plantation tour of the villages Bare DRAINAGE BOARD governorship.Mr. HERE ON SATURDAYThe ation. It was also Representative voted that

Paty has been an outstandIng the bill drawn up by .
of the United States Sugar Corpor- ,- of Colorado should be
attorney in West Palm Beach Cummings
ation. Coming on to Clewiston the Fred Kent, attorney for the Ever- for a number of years and has second gubernatorial candidate used as a basis' for discussion and
group was shown through' the glades ,Drainage District board for friends in Clewiston. Many to make an appearance here since Cummins said that he would be
e i ground floor of the sugar house the past several years tendered his here also heard his addresses four the start of the active campaign was willing to amend his bill to provide -
and were then taken to the Town- resignation to the board at. a meeting years ago when he made the race Walter Fraser who,- with his Golden that all domestic producers
site Village recreation hall where held Tuesday in the courthouseat for the Governor's office but was West Cowboy Band arrived here should share in the division of any
I a short, program by the Plantation Miami., Near the close of the nosed out of the second primary. shortly before Saturday and ad- increased quotas instead of allow-'
Ii Choral Singers ,had been arranged. all-day session John D., Kennedyof dressed a small group of citizens. ing all of these increases to go to '
The singers met with great favor Fort Lauderdale was named at- The time of day and the fact mainland producers as it now pro-
and a spokesman for the delegation torney to succeed Kent. that his visit had not been public- vides. 'The provisions of the 1937
: at the conclusion of the program Kent's resignation was a protest HOUSEWIVES TRICKEDBY ized accounted for the small crowd act are pretty well followed in the

insisted on expressing to the group against the recent action of the but the former mayor of St. Augus- Cummings bill except that and increase -

I of colored singers the appreciation board In considering the employment SUGAR. CONTROL tine appeared well pleased with his in quotas is provided at the

'1\,.',, of their{ efforts.. ,': ',_ ,, .,$ :.: ' A visit to the Townsite ifospital agent' to negotiate a refunding Fraser" ,"a business man ,with a' Clarence R.T3itting: pre ldin[-'or' .
was the last 'stop in the tour of plan for the eighteen million dollar SYSTEM SAYS BITTINGClarence business plan" said that FlorIda the United States Sugar Corporation -
local and all indebtedness of the
points expressed district. The
majority -
to the that
needs, a business man in the guvernor's proposed group
amazement at the completeness and membership of the board com- office and made his bid for Cuba be given a duty-free quotaof
cleanliness of this hospital constructed posed of Chairman Mark R. Tennant, R. Bitting president of that office with promises of IC.OO:: 100,000 tons a month, contend- '
solely for the use of color- H. R. Lyons and Thad Carlton votedto the United States Sugar Corpora- auto tags, increased pensions for ing that would give the island as "
ed sugar corporation employees. hire Kennedy as attorney andJ. tion and one of the country's largest the aged and an advertising department much "in purchasing power" as
I There were no talks during the E: Beardsley and George Chalker producers of cane sugar, said in for the state. does the existing larger quota.

luncheon as the program a"t Belle voted against his employment.As Washington Thursday that the gov- He spoke of the many useless Pipes, chairman of the group,
Glade was scheduled to start at most of the day was takenup ernment's sugar control system had laws on the statute books and contended that the only, solution
1:30, giving little time to linger in choosing a new attorney it tricked the American housewife. promised to purge them of manyof was to take the lid off domestic

over the meal. was decided that another meeting Protesting against restrictions on the obselete laws and to veto production and allow Cuba to sup- ,i
p The Miami delegation was head- would be held next Monday in West the production and marketing of every act which does not contribute ply the market needs remaining
ed by City Commissioner Fred W. Palm Beach to consider the Excel- domestic sugar, Mr., Bitting de- unfilled. '
to the well-being of the people. He
Hosea and A. W. Kirchman mayorof sen contract. clared the quota system "legalizesa
said that his promise of $3.00 tags Strong opposition to any proposed
Belle, Glade and J. F. Scullin, Kent set out in the letter of raid by special'interests on the :
had met with great favor all over legislation was voiced, largely by
head of the Belle Glade Chamberof resignation that the reason for' his public treasury." the state and that the schools representatives of eastern refiners

Commerce also' attended the action was the proposed deal with "Some day," he said, "the American would, not lose a cent by passage of who import raw sugar from Cuba..
luncheon. Local men attending the housewife will awaken to how
Excelsen. He charged the majority
such a law as the loss there wouldbe
luncheon included E. E. Kelly, G. grou'p with delaying action on the she has been tricked into lining the compensated for by the savingof
Dr. Gaudbaur
E. Etherton, Dr. O. F. Schiffli, better offer made by Stifel-Nicolaus pockets of those whose interests are graft in some departments and
Peter Chagaris, J. M. Couse and Co., until that offer was withdrawn not American. interests, and her the elimination of over-lapping
] ExaminationsDr.
Dr. J. W. Ezelle. 1 Eye
wrath will be
and was acting unfairly in askingfor great. bureaus and the many thousandsof
other proposals after the Stifel- For 'many years, Mr. Bitting and additional tourists who could
New Storm
1,1\ Sewer Is Nicolaus plan was received and other Floridians have complainedthat be brought here by judicious na- F. D. Gudbaur, Fort :Myers

made available to Excelsen. He the government's .control sys- tional publicity through a publicity optometrist, is continuing his work
Laid Around OfficeCity also warned of litigation which tem stifled a promising sugar industry bureau which he plans to establish of examining the eyes' of school

appeared imminent to prevent: the In the Everglades. Forty-dollar pensions for the children in a clinic sponsored by
workmen are this week be- contract with Excelsen being carried He said the the great bulk of the aged, nine-month terms of school, the local Kiwanis Club. The ex-

ginning the work of laying a storm out.A money paid out in benefits was to more aid for underprivileged children amination is to determine whetheror

sewer along the streets on either revised contract, drawn up by "large operators' including the com- more arterial highways for not the child needs corrective
side of the new sugar corporationoffice Excelsen was read at the meetingbut pany'of which I have the honorto the state, lower freight rates, treatment or glasses and is being
building.The It was pointed out by Chalker 'be president." He protested better wages and working conditionsfor made without cost to the parentor
laying of this sewer line 'is that it contained none of the provisions against such a "raid" on the treas- labor and revamped citrus laws school authorities.The .
a part of the program of reclama- which the board had specified ury "even if, as present legislation were among the other planks in 'clinic was arranged by the
tion of the Clewiston Drainage Dis- when voting to consider his provides, we are entitled to mem- Fraser's platform. vocational guidance and'under-
trict and, as in the past, the pipe plan. Among these was the posting bership in the raiding party." Pee-wee King and his Golden privileged committee, of which E.
,,. is put in to replace open ditches of a $25,000 bond for faithful per- Although the sugar benefit system West Cowboys who have appearedin M. Cornette is chairman and Dave
when a section becomes built up formance of the contract; that he is financed by means of a tax pictures with the cowboy star Alston and B. E. Herring are mem-
enough 'to justify it. Because of the employ a nationally known firm Mr. Bitting said this levy was "re- Gene Autrey and have been heard beis. J. D. Hooker, student who
enormous quantities of water -which of engineers, approved by the board, flected in the price charged the many times in hill-billy programsover "s honorary member of the Kiwanis
will be used in the new buildingfor to make a survey of the district consumer" or the price paid, the pro- WSM in Nashville, are accompanying ''ub. is assisting with conductingthe
operation of air conditioning and that various details in connec- ducer. the St. Augustine candidate examinations. Five of the
equipment and other 'uses it was tion with the refunding should have "Under all the circumstances," on his tour of the state and are I,seven grades have been completed.
considered imperative that open the approval of the board. The he said, "it would seem' but com- drawing large crowds to hear the
ditches be eliminated.The new attorney' was instructed to incorporate mon sense to abondon all sugar candidate's message. The group DEMOXSTKATIOX; OF FIAT

main line of the pipe will these provisions in a con- I legislation." gave a short program prior to the PLATE IRONER. ,HERE TODAYMrs.
extend up Ponce De Leon Avenue tract to be submitted to Excelsen, Mr. Fraser left Clewiston for ----
and when complete will be carried along with a provision that the CHILD, KILLED AT PAHOKEE: Moore Haven and expected to make Donohoe, a factory-trained General Elec-
of the
I' on to the drainage canal just north I maximum refunding basis 'of fifty BY BUS; HELD UNAVOIDABLE several talks In the ridge section trict Company will be here all day
'I of the A. W. Lawrence home. At I cents on the dollar should includethe before going to Tampa for an ap- to give ,
I tomorrow (Saturday)
I the present time however It will fiscal agent's fees and costs.Excelsen's I April 6.-Leona MayBaldwin : pearance that night. G. E.
daughter demonstrations of the new
be completed only to the junctionof fee of seven-eighths of nine-year-old at the
Pacific Avenue. Another line, one per cent of the indebtedness Mrs Ida McMullin of Pahokee: was BED FOX IS SEENAVITHLY flatplate electric ironer Radio -
I showroom of the Clewiston
already started, begins at the high- would amount to approximately killed instantly late Saturday when CITY LIMITS from
Pacific of $25- struck by a Glades Motor Line bus and Electric Company across
way on and follows that $114,000 with a maximum
street until it joins with the lineon 000 expense money. Stifel-Nicolaus driven by Elkin Hall of West Palm Several people have reported the postoffice.
running wild A feature of the demonstration,
Beach. Cox
Ponce: De with- seeing a red I
Leon. Another line had agreed in their plan later will
The accident said to bo within the city limits at night during lo which everyone is invited,
was un-
will connect these without
other two Hues, drawn, to carry on the work
avoidable. The child was playing the past few weeks. It is believed be the giving away of a Cannon
along Pasadena
running Street In cost to the district. it
front of the present administration with a wild cat which was tied near that the animal makes his towel to anyone who will Iron
building.Mr. GARDEN' CLUBS TO MEET the station and when the cat I home in the thick growth on the on the new-type electric ironer.
lunged at her she ran In front of ridge and comes Into town only: The demonstrations will last only

and Mrs. Richard Small, Daytona Beach, April 12 (FNS) the approaching bus. The driver when In search of food. So far through Saturday and everyone Is
-The Florida Federation of Garden swerved into a row of royal palms no one has reported any'poultry urged to call at some time during
Howard Small, Louise Wellington Clubs will hold its 15th annual which bordered the street in an effort losses in the northwest :section; of the day to see the ease with which
i and Miss Renee Wethington were convention here Thursday and Fri to miss the child. The bus : town where he apparently confineshis the new-type Ironer can take care

Sunday visitors In St. Pete 'sbur day of this week., was badly damaged. activities. of the family laundry.


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Fahnestock Expedition LeavesTo J1 HOUSEHOLD)

Probe South Sea Mysteries

run the vacuum cleanerver

EN 1 .., ) loose tacks or other metal
R E '' : : GE EEP ibjects on the floor. They may
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'i i. i By VIRGINIA ; puncture or cut the dust bag.
(Released by Western Newspaper Union. *

congressional hullabaloo ovei r: ; \ S3 /i it T HERE'S been a bit of knife- 1 favorite Try this ice cream.fruit sauce Melt on a cupful your

the census questionnaire was a sad : throwing going on in Hollywood of.jam or jelly in a double boiler.'
disillusionment to census bureau officials and it's been none tog Add. a fourth of a cup of orange'

many of them career Repub good for the nerves of the spectators juice. Serve the sauce :warm.
licans. \ay 1 *
who are scheduled to act
When the questionnaire was being :f, After cooking carrots 'until ten-
drafted last year, Secretary Hopkins ?- t, .,,, ,as targets. Paulette Goddard is der put' them through the ricer,
called a conference of bUSI- .< : trying her hand at it, in preparation and season and beat as one does
ness, labor and statistical experts, for her role in Cecil B. De- mashed'potatoes. Even those who'
including Dr. Louis Dublin of Met '_ Mille's "North West Mounted; refuse. to like, carrots cannot re*
ropolitan Life; Gen. Robert E. Woodof sist them thus prepared.
Sears, Roebuck; Noel Sargeant, .. ;nUim' Police. She is scheduled to play
secretary of the Manufacturers as- !.{ i""+a, ':+-r.V'.Na J A.M..x. +M\3'C.a:7G' ,i.2.t la "Louvette," whom Mr. DeMille
F Decorative
sociation; and, Dr. Stacy May of described as "a combination of ,

the Among Rockefeller the questions foundation.discussedwere SPONSORED by the American Museum of Natural History, the Circe black,.Desdemona" Carmen"anda Cutouts for a Garden'WE

those regarding income, now Fahnestock expedition sets sail for the South sea islands to spendtwo her panther. She: always gets

the cause of congressional uproar, years collecting scientific data on rare flora and fauna in the land her man menace.So and knife-throwing. is partof OFFER here two new cut-

and the conference went on record of Somerset ftlauaham's "Moon and Sixpence." Above is the 137-foot she's been practicing around Practical as well as
as endorsing schooner Director decorative, features, are incor-
the motor-powered the studio. "It's hard work she
was inquiries expressed relating, particul.arlyvith to migration, em- II, in which the expedition complained the other day. "I'm porated in the duck; decorativeness -

ployment, unemployment and economic is sailing from New afraid I'll knock off a finger or chop sunbonnet alone is the purpose of the
off toe before girl. These designs, of
said. York its 40,000 mile a I'm through.
the on
status, voy- course,' are to be traced on wall-
Later, the National Bureau of Economic age. Right: Twenty-three tons "Probably my toe," gloomily board,' plywood or thin lumber.
Research, among others, did of foodstuffs, enough to make prophesied Bob Hope, who's Working Jig, coping or keyhole saw mayA
likewise.But with her in "The Ghost Breakers. -
when the shooting started and I I the expedition completely self- E! ; s. ."
its duraZion
the census bureau needed friends, sustaining throughout And over at Warner Brothers'
the business leaders were stored away before .. Steve Clemento is also hurling
u x w' ran for cover. the schooner weighed anchor. xk ;, knives, in a corner of the set for
a '.k'1 Only man who c Y i "Torrid Zone." An expert, he
r av. s i J\ a ,
.i eral spoke Wood.up was All Gen-the ,(''' \ ""'r, "h,:f'' >-'>,4. %' o

; others refused to /\ \\,L.l (1 1)W 1

say publicly what 2 4I46: :
'." they had advocated
No detail was overlooked to
privately. The Manufacturers -
K 4: associa- insure the expedition's com
Y '; tion, which had offi- fort. At left, members of the
"' cially urged its crew prepare for the hot nights

members to co-op- fq it V y they can expect in the tropics.

General erate with the. busi- They load air-cell mattresses, pllla
Wood ness census m January having ventilation holes and Urt

requestedthat proof against mildew.' The
its letter be kept confidential. vA ty <
Note Because of its secrecy 55 is taking latest devices r I
rules, the census bureau cannot for charting the ocean floor.

make public the ,,.....,,,.. .,. ,
name of a Texas ::::::." v. .I'o.-:= -r:": -::"" .w. "
business man for whom its January !
census saved a large sum of money. rVj :R
Shortly after the census his estab- When the expedition reaches #
lishment the South seas, Americans will i r.izfwBETTE
and all his
] be used to cut them out, and when
ords were destroyed. He asked the have an opportunity to hear at painted they become attractive
bureau for a copy of his question- first hand the native music of j ornamentsfor your lawn.
naire and as a result'.was. able to the western Pacific through f Outlines for the 19-inch duck
supply the insurance company witha broadcasts emanating from the s and his Keep Off Grass".eign are

comprehensive base inventory on whichto 1,500-watt equipment (right) t a DAVIS on pattern Z9086, 15 cents. A
recovery claims. which is "Use Walk" sign is also given.In .
that even more powerfulthan I' easily flips a knife into a wall 1! about 24-inch size, the ever-
of Byrd's party. {
A. F. of L. Peace. paces away. popular sunbonnet girl and her
rte "" '< 'V' ... .,.. .s: James Cagney and Pat O'Brien
There was a lot of hidden 'significance :f'f"'n l : :t" in that statement of JohnP. stopping to watch him, noticed that Z9088, 15 cents
Coyne, head of the A. F. of L. there were two chalk marks on the Select one or both of these
wall, less than six inches apart, and
building trades. department, urging clever cutout figures. General
his unions to that the knife went whistling neatly cutout directions as well as
agree to a flat $9 to $10a ,) specific -
day wage on small home con- t : L- between them. painting suggestions come
struction. I "What do those marks mean?" with each pattern. Send order to:

Behind the scenes the A. F. .of L. asked O'Brien.
is trying to make peace with the "Those," answered Clemento,
,,' justice department on its anti-trust "represent your head and Mr. Cag- AUNT MARTHA
prosecutions of a number of big-shot ney's. They'll be'that' close together Box 166.W Kansas City, Mo.
A. F. of L. moguls. when I throw a knife between Enclose 15 cents for each pattern
i. Despite the blasts of some of the them for the picture." desired. Pattern No.............

:,' leaders, the inside fact is that the -7 Name ...............................

. rank-and-file are strongly behind'the E Bette Davis owns, her own homeat Address .............. ...............
; justice department. It has received F % /.. o last. She's been in Hollywoodfor

(.. hundreds of letters from A. F. of L. ruz&.u..... .....,.<:; nine years, and lived in a different -
unions and individual members home each year-she's never
C[; voicing approval of the prosecutions, Above: Sixty meals a day,. owned a house, a ranch or even a q-
:: and some of the central labor coun- or approximately 43,800 meals vacant lot. But before beginning ADVISES .
:,.. cils have asked the department to will be prepared in the ship's "All This and Heaven Too" she YOUNG :
" come to their cities and launch kitchen, equipped with electric bought what the salesman called
; grand jury 'proceedings against local ice boxes and modern "An American farm house"; she GIRLS .
A. F. of L. chiefs. says it reminds her of her childhood ENTERINGWOMANHOOD
This undercover support extends cooking equipment. Left: Thecrewjias home in New England. It's Just
." I right up into the A. F. of L. execu- I a laugh over fan-let ;five minutes from the studio. It's
tive council. It's an A. F. of L. ters requesting, all sorts of also just a little too near'the Los
,. secret that an effort was made at i presents'from the mysterious Angeles river,. which overflowed its :Thousands have of young found girls a "real entering friend"womanhood in
the meeting of the council in Wash- South seas. banks a few years ago, washing Lydia E. Pinkhain's Vegetable Compound ,
ington last several homes in the vicinity. to help them go "smiling thru"
December, and again in -.-- -.- -, away restless, moody, nervous spells and
Miami in February, to pass resolu- may:=-,' relieve cramps, headache, backache and
embarrassing fainting spells due to female
denouncing the,justice depart- g" S '' i'J Martha Scott and William Holden, functional irregularities.Famous for over
, ment, but both times they were two of the stars in Sol Lesser's"Our 60 years. WORTH TRYING!
turned down.
- Town," consumed 32 straw-
". Chief obstacle to an agreementwith berry ice cream sodas during the
the government is William making of the love scenes for the In True GreatnessNo ..
' Hutcheson, aged czar of the carpen- picture, and at the moment wouldn't man has come to true great r
, ters, who is'under'' three indict- care if they never saw another one. ness, who has not felt in some degree -
'. ments. But Frank Craven, who finished 10 that his life belongs to the
cans of tobacco in his pipe duringhis race.-Phillips Brooks.
Hull on Hull. scenes, just went out and bought
Is Cordell Hull a candidate. for more for his personal use. _
' President? '...
Newsmen have asked the secre- -7.
tary of state this question often There's an entire Hollywood novelin
that it has become a standing joke. a press announcement that was .
Hull always has the same answer, sent. out a while ago, before Linda u4''ls
something like the President's "Go Darnell started east. "Miss Darnell
put on the dunce cap." will be accompanied to New York
Hull says, "I will ask Mr. Fitz- by her mother, Mrs. Margaret Dar-
maurice to give you a statementon nell," it stated, "but her father, who
that." And he smiles a thin is a clerk in the Dallas post office,
smile. will remain on the job back in Many Insects
Walter Fitzmaurice is Texas." Apparently even the fameof
a newsman
who first tried to smoke out Hull on J'; his very beautiful daughter VEGETABLES & SHRUBS
his plans. Failing to get a direct doesn't dazzle Mr. Darnell. 4051 Demand original sealed

/;answer, he got from a source closeto -7. bottles,from yourdealer
' Hull a statement that he was Priscilla and Rosemary Lane received ,
more interested in his trade agree- a substantial offer to become
ments program than anything else a iwv a / platinum blondes-and turned it
in the world, and would give no en- down! A representative of more SHOPPING OThe best place
couragement to any movement to than 5,000 hairdressers made it; he to start your shop- J
. make him'a candidate. ping tour is in
said that a scheme is being pro- ; "
Fitzmaurice wrote the story and moted to revive the platinum blonde Tour/ your favorite: easy-
it has become the standard refer- Here is the primitive land of romance which the expedition will call craze introduced by the late Jean chair,with an open .

ence on the subject. Once a week, home for the next two years while it explores tiny islands sentineled Harlow, and that several other stars Make a habit 0,.J. reading newspaper.the advertise-
someone raises the question in Hull's with palm trees, bright with tropical vegetationand still blue waters in are being approached with the ments in this paper every week.They
press conference, but the old hands which' swim strange and little known fish. same offer. It includes a royaltyin can save you tjtm.e, energy and money.1e .
know what the answer will be, I addition to the ,flat advance'sum.. I


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---"--- IMPROVED-------- Making Amends Was Bit

': 'Methods' Used iouseho1dNerns ,UNIFORM INTERNATIONAL Out of Paperhanger. Line

!\'' I
'I: For Ingrown SUNDAY Whitley was having some dec

L esson orating done, including the re-
Toenail CureBy papering of the dining-room and

By HAROLD L. LUNDQUIST, D. D. the bath-room. His wife was
Dean of The Moody Bible Instituteof away, ,so he left the ,men on 'the

Released by Western Newspaper Union.) job when he went ''to business.

DR. JAlIES'V.'' BARTON When he returned they were

(Released by Western Newspaper Union.) Lesson for April 14 just finishing.; But there had been

IS unfortunate that many some mistake. The diningroompaper
IT was in bath-room while
physicians give little or no Lesson subjects and Scripture texts selected
and copyrighted by International the dining-room showed an elegant
attention to the foot ailments of I permission.Council of Religious Education: used by design in green tiles and purple
which their patients complain- water-lilies.

painful arches, HOSEA TELLS OF GOD'S "What are you going to do aboutit

corns, bunions TODAY'S FORGIVING LOVE ?" demanded the householder."I .

dunno," said the paperhanger -
LESSON TEXT-Hosea 6:1.7 1449.
and others. GOLDEN TEXT-If we confess our sins. scratching his head.. 'Td'will
he Is faithful and just to forgive us our ingly move the bath-but 'it's a
When it is real- sins, and to cleanse us from all unrighteous plumber's job."
.. ness.-I John 1:9.
ized that the en-

tire weight of the body-100 God loves sinners! This is ,the Abe's FirstbornA

to 250 pounds-rests on the message of the Bible. God hates

feet and that in the simpleact sin, but He loves sinners and is
first child
eager that they should repent and a son, was ,bonito
of the front partof tall Ale Lincoln
walking receive His forgiveness. God even and his small

the foot and toes have to loves the backslider, the one who wife, Mary, and congratulations

lift and carry forward all this has been in fellowship with Him, poured in on' them. A friend met
tasted the of the eternal the, proud father on the street
idea begathered joys prom-
some may
++ bj, aaw'" {., ?v, ised land and then turned back to one, day and added his congratulations -
of the great pressure on .fw. :('J/.Jh'YRatt -; rILL. ''to the 'rest. -
;. the toes. Instead of leaving the workof .,to %}aua':iQfivcGi.'',, ta:.:: a a 5atw.2cto a w Ewa Yy i r s the fleshpots of the world. ,This is. "Thanks Abe-then e
the special of the book of
corns, ingrown toenails, and other message continued "but I scared."
although LAMB CHOPS EN CASSEROLE MAKE A "BUSY-DAY. DINNER" Hosea, for he,deals with a backsliding was
defects to the chiropodists, "Why?," asked his friend in
skillful and (See Recipes Below) and rebellious Israel, so deter-
chiropodists are "
many surprise. "Scared about what?
mined to turn against God's love
use safe or antiseptic measures at Meals ,together. With a ,rotary beater or that they are described in 11:7 (R. "Well," Lincoln ,explained, "I [
all times, the physician should think Busy-Day electric mixer beat 'for 2 or 3 minutes V.) "bent was afraid it might have'' one leg
as being on backsliding.
I of the feet as of any other organ of or until the batter'is light and like Mary's and one like mine!1"

the body. There's something about the first 'very smooth. Pour into greased I. God Calling'Sinners: (6:1, 2).

As an ingrown toenail often gives Warm, sunny days of spring that pan 8 by 8 by' 2 inches deep, and The great loving heart of God
the patient and physician considerable makes a woman don her working 'cover evenly with the following mix longs after wayward men. Though

annoyance and clothes, roll up her sleeves and get ture: they have in deliberate unbelief NIGHT COUGHS '
'concern, Dr.. .Carl J. started on house cleaning.In J/fe cup sweet chocolate .(grated) turned'from Him, yet He sends His

j '. "' Heifetz, St. Louis, spite of all the work involved, % cup nut :meats, (cut_ fine) messenger to bring them His gra-
h gives some helpful spirits Bake in a moderate oven (350 degrees cious invitation. No more beautiful
% suggestions in the spring cleaning does give your 35 40 minutes. DOE COLDS
it's to ) for to word can be spoken than "Come.
American Journal a lift. And very apt spur
: you on to such heights that unless Spanish Roll. It speaks of an open door, of a for-
; of Surgery. you've planned your cleaning cam- Round 'steak, 2% inches thick giving spirit, of a desire for renewed Need More Than "Salve" To
y' "The main underlying
\ Y' of in- paign with all,the finesse of an army 1 No.. 2 can tomatoes fellowship. Quickly Relieve DISTRESS!
i causes 1 small mushrooms Come 0 sinner and meet the
can ,
general, the end of house cleaningis to'bed"rub throat,
I grown toenail are likely to find you 'with'a shining, 1 medium onion (cut fine) Saviour. He it is who by both life Before chest and you back go with warming your, soothing

ill-fitting footwear immaculate house, but an exceed- 1 green ''pepper (cut fine) and death has revealed the fullnessof Musterole. You get such QUICK relief

: '." .-',.A and improper cutting ingly weary body and a very disturbed % teaspoon cayenne pepper God's love to, you. In Him you because"Musterole is MORE than "justa
I of the nails. salve. It's a marvelous stimulating
be family!, But with a definite, 4 whole, cloves will find entrance into eternal life "counter-irritant"which helps break ,
The nails should
Dr. Barton plan of action to Dash of allspice and joy. He' says, "I am the door, up local congestion and pain due to colds.
i allowed to grow to (1- guide you, even % teaspoon salt by me if''any man enter in he shall Its soothing vapors ease'breathing.
considerable length and then cut Used by millions for over 30 years! 3
f Noodles be saved" (John' 10:9).
meals can
straight across." I your strengths:Regular,Children's(mild)and
I! Three Stages of Symptoms. be' served on ,Dredge steak with flour and sear Observe also the word "return." Extra Strong, 40#. Hospital Size, $3.00,
schedule, and on both sides. Place in casserole, The invitation from God is not onlyto
i The symptoms and signs of in-
they can be good and add toma- those who have ever known Him,
toenail di-
grown are conveniently
meals simple toes mushrooms but also to the backslider. How
; a ,
: vided into three stages (a) inflam- vITops
l meal with a hot onion, green pep- many 'miserably unhappy backslidden -
mation and redness, (b) inflammation c y
main dish that and Christians there in the
i pers season- are
and a little moisture (thin at '
be partly 7D-: Cover and world 'Friend if of'
can pre- ing. 'you are one
first), and (c) formation of new or
: granulation tissue.In pared the day before, is one solu- f s bake about 2% them, this invitation is especially for
tion to the problem of how tb keep d N hours in a slow you!
the early stages of ingrown toenail in PleasuresThe
family well fed and happy,even oven (300 degrees -
your II. God'sDealings With Sinners
Dr. Heifetz careful
i suggests most delicate; the most
at house'cleaning time. ). Half an -
: packing of 'absorbent cotton mois- I (6:3-7). sensible fall pleasures consistsin
1 tened with alcohol, between the edgeof Plan a meal that requires little hour before sere Our Lord is both compassionateand promoting the pleasures of

the 'nail and the soft parts. Usea watching, one that is easy to serve 4 III'' ing boil some faithful in His dealings with others.-La Bruyere.
small flat instrument. Collodionis and one that won't be spoiled if it noodles in salt- sinners. He will win them with love

then applied to the cotton and allowed isn't eaten on the stroke of 12:00. ed water. Drain. and tenderness if they permit Himto

to dry. If a sufficiently wide Serve the meal"help-yourself-style," Place steak on do so, but, if necessary He can ROR GOLDS'

shoe or a cut-out shoe is worn, the using paper plates and napkins, be- ( large platter, sur- also use the rod of punishment or miseries.Get fast help,user
round with
packing changed weekly, and the cause these are the things that make noo- the storm of unpleasant circum-
: nail allowed to grow long enough so hot meals practical even in the thick dles,' and cover stances to drive them to Him. Re- ''PER1ETRO

that it can be correctly trimmed, a clean-up by flying brooms and dust with the sauce. member that both the tendernessand

: lasting cure can usually be obtained. mops. All in One Dinner. the severity of God are expres- Sinews of Virtue

: As the' second and third stages You'll find worthwhile suggestionsfor (Serves 5-6) sions of His love. Good company and' good dis-,

t require more intensive treatment busy-day meals, below. 3 cups raw potatoes, (sliced) With Israel God wanted to come course are the"very sinews of vir.

: and operation, they should be under Lamb. Chops en Casserole. 2 teaspoons salt as the gentle, reviving rain from tue.-Izaak Walton.
the care of a physician. (Serves 6) % teaspoon pepper heaven (v. 3)), but because of their

I 8 lamb chops 6 loin pork chops 'unrepentant attitude (v. 4) He had

i i Mucous Colitis V teaspoon salt 3 cups Spanish onions (sliced) ;to come forth as One who hews down A VEGETABLE

Few grains pepper 1 tablespoon butter and destroys (v. 5). Even in thus

: Due to Nervousness 15 small new potatoes 1 can condensed tomato soup breaking down and destroying He is Laxative
I 2 lbs fresh peas, (2 cups shelled) IV cups sweet milk only preparing to rebuild. As the ,J

II I THE large bowel or intestine is /4 cup water In a greased casserole arrange a surgeon must first hurt in order to For Headache,

I as the colon, so that an 1 teaspoon salt layer of the sliced potatoes. Season heal, God must sometimes cut deeply nrtyk_( iTci Biliousness,
I inflammation of the colon is called 1 tablespoon butter with salt and pepper. Then add a in order to remove the blight of V ; and Dizziness

I colitis. Cut fat from the chops, sprinkle layer of pork chops and season these sin. 4 when caused by;

i, What is known as mucous colitis them with teaspoon salt and few with salt and pepper. Cover with a These lines,will probably be read w ; Constipation.

is very common these days, as it,is grains pepper and brown slightly on layer of onions. Dot with butter by many who have wondered at the : 1; 15 doses forT
usually due to nervousness both sides. Arrange the chops and season. Add additional layersof dealings of God with them. Perhaps
or emo- 10
only cents.
tional upsetments, which are met around the sides of a shallow cas- potatoes, chops and onions, as they have been inclined to condemn

with so often now. There is usually serole, 2 quart size. In the center, needed. Combine the tomato soup Him as being unkind or severe. Let

soreness over abdomen, pain resem- place the scraped new potatoes and and the milk and pour into the cas- them be assured that God is love 1

bling colic, constipation (due to shelled peas. Add water, sprinklewith serole. Cover, and bake in a mod- and that back of all of His dealings
spasms) with large quantities of salt and put bits of butter over erate oven (375 degrees) for about with men ,there' is His tender pur-

mucous, either alone or covering the top. Cover the dish and bakein 1% hours. pose to bring them unto Himself for
a moderately hot oven (375 de- Pa's Lima Beans and salvation for blessing.
hardened wastes (feces) in shapeof Sausage. or Fruit of Patience
strings, shreds and bands some- grees) about 1% hours, or until the 1 pound country sausage III. God Healing Sinners (14:4-9). Patience is bitter, but its fruitIs

times tinged with blood. There arc vegetables are tender. 2 medium sized onions (sliced) When sinners come to Him with sweet.-Rousseau.

present also headaches and physi Apple Crisp 1 can lima beans words of repentance (14:1) God is

cal tiredness. The treatment of mu- (Serves 6) 2 cups canned tomatoes ready to meet them and to heal all
cous colitis consists in trying ,to ac- 6 tart apples (peeled and sliced) 1 teaspoon salt of their sins and backslidings. Observe -

... quire calmness (avoiding excite- % cup brown sugar .Vt teaspoon chili powder that not only will He heal their GOOD AT .

1 ment) and the use of soft foods- 1 teaspoon cinnamon Shape sausage into flat cakes and past sins, but will cause their pres- STOLES OIUO

fruit juices, green vegetables suchas % cup water pan fry, with the ent position to be such that He may

grow above ground, cooked fruits, J/2 cup general purpose flour onions, until the p "love them freely" (v. 4), and then IAEGF oTTU.. t y ,
buttermilk, clear soups, puddings, % cup white sugar sausage is done. } their future will be one ,of great Mw.r.ts E
custards. Foods to be avoided are 3 tablespoons butter Drain off all but glory. God is infinitely graciousand $1.20 lt,4 f ? REMED

fried foods, preserved, spiced and Pare, core, and slice apples. Put Vz. cup of the fat, \ pours out His love without
canned meat and fish, corn, turnips, in a greased baking dish. Mix to- add remaining measure upon the sinner who returns '
berries, alcoholics, gravies, sauces, gether,the brown sugar and the cin- ingredients and to Him. 1 ltlllQs -% l&ssectRetieLRHEUMATISMS1

condiments such as pepper and mus- namon, and sprinkle over apples. simmer for 30 Verses 5 to 8 give a beautiful pic-
tard. Pour water over all. Mix togetherthe minutes.Get ture of God's blessings on the life of
Chronic Ulcerative Colitis. ,flour and the sugar, and cut in the regenerated man. The lily (v.

However, there is a more severe the butter. Sprinkle this crumbly Your Copy of 'Household 5) speaks of stately royal beauty.
form of colitis known as chronic, mixture over the apples. Bake in Hints', Now. Lebanon (v. 5) is strength and stability Give a Thought toMAIN

ulcerative colitis in which the liningof moderate oven (350 degrees) 50 to This busy house cleaning season is even as the great cedars of STREET

? the bowel is greatly inflamed and 55 minutes, or until apples are ten- when you'll appreciate, most, Elea- Lebanon were treasured for their

;, ulcerated. In this type of colitis, der and top brown. nor Howe's exceedingly useful book- strength. The spreading branchesv. R Forin our town.. and towns
slime, pus and blood come away Busy-Day Cake. let, "Household Hints." In it you'll ( 6) tell of expansion and growth. S like ours clear across the country So
i with the stools which have a disa- (Makes one 8-inch cake) find suggestions for cleaning painted The olive tree (v. 6), the 'corn and there's a steady revolution '-
greeable odor. % butter I the vine (v. 7), all speak of fruitfulness going on.Changes in dress styles 0
There is also the cup kitchen walls, and 'oil paintings Q
\ ; I The smell of and food prices .. the rise of a S
distress, pain and tiredness over 1 cup sugar hints for removing old paint and and usefulness. hat crown. ..the fall of furni- S
the abdomen, loss of appetite, loss 2 eggs varnish; tricks to try when washing Lebanon (v. 6)) is the smell of cedar tb tore prices-these'matters vitallyaffectourliving..Andthencws SR
of weight and % milk and bespeaks a life so fragrant thatit 0N
anemia-thin blood. cup windows and you'll find 350 simple,
Diet here is likewise very impor- 1 teaspoon flavoring extract easy-to-use, tried and true helps for spreads around it the "sweet savor isablycovercdinadvertisements.Smart 8
tant. At first all rough or solid foodis V/z, cups flour (cake flour preferred house cleaning and every day housekeeping of Christ" (II Cor. 2:15). The ever- people who like to be S
avoided, only cereal waters being ) v. green fir tree (v. 8) speaks of con Q up-to-the-minute in living andS 0
and beauty. ,follow advertise-
stant freshness current events 8
allowed. Then cereal gruels alone 1% teaspoons baking powder To get your copy of this booklet, S ments as closely as headlines.
ira teaspoon sat) God has all these things in mind 0
for some time followed gradually by send 10 cents in coin to "Household .
milk, orange and lemon juice. Then Soften the butter by creaming. Hints," care Eleanor Howe, 919 for every Christian who will, that is and, for turnto every S 8 America They know. and what's they also doing know in SS S

scraped meat. Cleansing enemas Then add sugar, unbeaten eggs, North Michigan Avenue, Chicago, sinner repent where money buys most!
containing baking soda, table salt milk, flavoring extract, and the dry Illinois. ,' Him through Christ, and for every ....it.-N
will return
' and boric acid are, used; daily. I ingredients which have been sifted (Released by Western Newspaper Union.) backslider who today.

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The Clewiston News I just breezing by. of this splendid staple crop was over the same month last year.

'* grown in Florida last year and it .Arriving at Miami's International -

Published Friday In Clewlston, 'It's a far cry. from flower gardensto sold at 'an average price of more Pan American airport from the
Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS, politicians, but candidates are than 35 cents per pound. West Indies, Central and South'
Inc. Our neighbor from After by the Extension
plentiful, too. a survey
i America, were 5,918 passengers and
Palm Beach county, B. F. Paty will Service, it vas found that Sea Island 2,056 express shipments as com-

KEATHI/EY BOWDEN, Editor be here Monday morning to speakin S ., V Cotton could be grown profit- pared, with March 1939's 4,714
the interest of his campaign. Mr. tpwlr F' { ably in 44 counties of the state,
and 1,754 parcels.
matter Paty made a fine race four years from Hillsborough and Volusia to
Entered as second class mall
February 1, 1927, at the Post Office In I ago, and we'll be interested I in Escambia, with the largest possible
Clewlston, Florida, under the Act of hearing him this time. E'v& plantings in Lake, Marion, Madisonand BABY CHICKS-$3.85 hundred C.
March 3, 1S97. Senator Andrews will speak Sat- Columbia counties. O. D. Heavy mixed. $5.85. AAAA

urday morning at the EvergladesFair ? Under a special act of the legis- RED or ROCK PULLETS $8.45

Subscription Rate $=.00 Per Year. in Belle Glade. We under- 2,1i4t lature, the state will give five hundred. Write. D. W. Nichols Com-

Advertising Rated On Application. stand Dr. Townsend will visit the pounds of poison per acre, for the I pany, Kingston, Georgia. ap26

Fair today; and while he isn't a eradication of boU-weevil, to the

welfare candidate, his visit is definitely F cotton growers, and will distributeit
Devoted to the advancement and
of Clewlston and Ilendry County. political. with the aid of the Works Pro-

gress Administration.HIGH \) I

And speaking of joyous things, Good
The candidates are beginning to there's a handsome lad of some 18 S C H O O L MU.SIO

visit. months who is making the heartsof FESTIVAL ON IN TAMPA
George and B. Yon happy down
Have :you seen a copy of the
new school-edited and published in South Bay these days. Hevs to ROBT.ALLEN DREW PEARSON Tampa, April ;12. .(FNS)-The

be their son when legal procedure highlight of the thirteenth annual

paper? completed, and from all reportshe Florida High School Music Festival

The Miami motorcade was well is a heart-smasher 'right now. held here Thursday, Friday and for Rent

pleased with the welcome in Clew- Our congratulations to the. parents The Washington Saturday' of this week, will be the

iston. and the boy.MOVING. song presentations of sixty-one glee
clubs and thirteen orchestras in

Progress of Everglades Drainage Merry-Go-Round massed concert at Plant Field, Friday -
,refunding appears to have reachedthe ,night.

same status as the war along INTO Orchestras in Class A will be

the German-French border. Julia Landon High School of Jacksonville I

Miamians said they saw no evi- MOVIELAND ,Everybody today has a Miami Edison "and Miami TrespassersWill

dence of "Grapes of Wrath" con chip in the political pot. Senior High Schools, Palm Beach Be
DICK I High School and Hillsboro
ditions around Clewiston or on l By And everybodythroughnews I
School of Tampa. Class consistsof
sugar corporation plantations. / I is ProsecutedClewiston
dispatches, Bradenton and Leon High

Dr. Townsend is visiting the This week I give you as the watching the play of Schools.

Everglades Fair today and, if we're whole family week. If you're the political hands. Various classes of glee clubs will ....

correctly informed, to campaign for father, fat and forty, you'll like sing separately in competition at

Jovial 'Jerry for U. S. Senator. Sunday and Monday's show. If But the action is so fast the First Baptist Church, Friday

you're the mother over thirty and morning.
Hitler has seized two or three and so widespread that
under-weight, your dish is Tuesdayand
more countries and can now affordto Wednesday's feature. The more is needed than a PAN AMERICAN SETS RECORDS
draw back in his shell and waita
teen aged daughter will cry for running report. You FOR 3RD CONSECUTIVE MONTH Realty And
few months to catch the Allies
"Reno" and little brother, twelve want explanation of the

napping again. and a twirp, has Saturday all datedup. strategy, disclosure of Miami, April 12 (FNS-For) the DevelopmentCorpol'ation
EASY VICTIMS In case I left you in the dark third
the forces understanding successive month Pan American -
he' show calendar is below: ,
clippers have set records in '
Americans may marvel .at the .14-15' of the personalities Latin
Sunday-Monday, April : American travel. With a
ease with which Germany move Melvyn Douglas and 'Joan Blondell involved. And you'll total of 10,956 passengers, March J

into other countries and takes them in "The Mr. Williams". in The showed
Amazing find just that an increase of 48 per cent
over with almost no resistance. This is good Hollywood comedy, designed -
It is. an example of efficient read- to keep all America happy.I Washington

iness under a single director', and think father will like this better Round, by Drew Pear-; .

emphasizes the value 'in our isola- than the other shows.TuesdayWednesday. son and Robert S.Allen,

tion. April 16-17 in these columns.
If the United States was locatedin
This was cooked up for mother,
Europe' it, too, could be taken Be
Sure To
who is still young enough to think > Register
over as speedily by such a prepared contains,
herself glamorous. It >
aggressor nation. The United
Carole Lombard, Cary Grant, and
States talks much about preparedness Comity registration books close at midnight April 20. All
Kay Francis, which I think is 12,000 ACHES PLANTED TO
and it votes vast sums for national residents of Hendry county who are eligible toote are
enough said about any picture. Very SEAISLAND COTTON IX STATE
defense but how '
imagine splendid acting, "In Name Only" urged to fulfill their duties as American citizens and cast
long our scattered and small army
would stand up against the invas- presents, the eternal' triangle' in a Lake City, April 12.(FNS)- their ballot in ,the ,coming democratic primaries-May ,7,
pleasing manner. Nathan Mayo, ,Commissioner of ,
ion of the German forces.It May 28. > -,;- 'I
Thursday-Friday, April 18-19: 1 Agriculture, announced this week
is true that in time we might
become strong enough to lick the said this was daughter's night (or that the Sea Island Cotton crop But, first of all, be sure you are properly registered. >If

nights). She likes to ,think herself for this year is something over in doubt about this consult the of
Nazis, but if we were in Europewe supervisor registration,
the mistress of all problems, this 12,000 acres in fourteen Florida
would not be granted that counties. The John L. Hall, at the courthouse in LaBelle.
being the divorce. Didn't some one reason more
time. We would be conquered and '
say less divorce courts, less remorse not be planted, he declared, was
controlled before congress or the Hendry County Democratic Executive
torts, or something. Anyway it because the seed was not available.
executive could vote even a billion
makes good background for "All the available seed is now
dollars. You cannot fight a a. CommitteeFrancis
pictures. Ralph Scott may. be an- in the ground," said the Commis-
modern war with untrained volun-
other attraction in "Reno". sioner, "and we are hoping for a i i I
teers. The United States should
give thanks daily for the oceans Saturday, April 20: "Bad Lands", favorable season. Nearly 2,000 bales I I
a. western and sonny's meat whichis
for - - ---- -- - - - -- ------
wide, otherwise she might be-

come another Poland Denmark. plenty tough. But tougher it ... .. .
-Miami Herald. or I is the more the' eyes can chew on. t Z:: _-:; ) _;-1f: :J : t.:: t: : : :- : :... -y.: .) _: _:;,- : .- __.: ; --r-.b- -_- -_ ,' __ ;

Or do I. sound "off". Johnny Mack

:i . . Brown.
IAN M.N/N. .N.N.N.N.N.NININ. .N.N.N.N.N.N.11.N1.11N. .N.NIN. ...
P. Whitehair

,RAMBLINGS. Miami, April 12 (FNS)-Reduction -

of the present gas tax to six
By B. B.
.; cents and the use of all revenue

from gas taxes; for highway pur-

i INNN NM NN:M N:NNN:N NN N:NMNNMNNN:N:. poses dnly, were the principal The Candidate .

topics of discussion at 'a meetingof Leading

,\ Like the rest of the populace, oil men from counties in the

we just can't keep our minds offspring fourth. congressional district here

i these days. And maybe last week. I I i', '. -For" '. '-
.... that's as good a subject for thoughts I \ .:: "
7 } .
", else. .
and day-dreams as anything

'-.. At any rate, these blooming gin( /zopp A lT1lJ/Z... '. .,. ..-VfN"Wv: Governor .. .'I'f. '_

Clewiston gardens are doing them- \<'ii"\ 'J';,.';: '
selves and their owners proud these "

: days. ''The Inn lobby, which is such 'j
:}! ff
a nice place to display a few large ., {

flower arrangements, is never with- .
out, lovely flowers from the Inn' ,r; : Will Speak In t: :: 'I
gardens. And these flowers never ) : "

.:' fail to attract the attention of. every r ; ? ; .
+ '

Mrs. Stewart has helped cheer' us : 'CLEWISTON ,
when we go to the bank to pay ., rfG .
something on a note. She keeps one

beautiful vase of flowers on Mr.. .

Stewart's desk. The other day we

took time to count and list the

varieties that were in a mass .. .Thursday April 18 '

arrangement in a large pottery bowlin ,
a heavenly shade of blue. We "
; '
found an amaryllis, several roses, "" ..,\.- "
,. .t_ ., ; _
ATl30P KBe
gladioli, white asters, "
gerbera, a yellow calla, dianthus,

statice, blue salvia (I had to ask =
iooa I
the name of that one), larkspur 9'' lKSiS
candytuft, Queen Anne's lace, two tf COP rrJ on hand to hear this young aggressive

large single dahlias, baby's breath,

a couple of sweet peas and a
scattering of bachelor's buttons. candidate discuss the issues

And we still, maintain that no
one should go trailing off to some Clewiston Federal "

other town on a garden tour till of the campaign I
he and LoanAssociation
has visited our local gardens. Savings

Stop by each one and look them

over carefully You won't enjoy (f ,, '- -:, ..... .... ._ .,, --
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,- I live in the Legislature of the stateof honest, efficient, intelligent, businesslike I am now completing my' second FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER
Florida from Hendry county sub- administration as your county
term as school board member cf DISTRICT 1
ject to the action of the May Demo- Judge. '"
cratic primaries. I feel that my past Sound administration of the peo Felda and Denaud district, an office
' experience as a member of that body pIe's affairs requires capable officers.On I have tried to fill conscientiouslyand
I wish r
fully qualifies me for the position II this basis I submit that I am faithfully. to announce that I.am a
seek. If elected, I promise to honestly the logical candidate, and I will include { candidate for county commissioner a
My qualifications high
WE HAVE THE and faithfully represent the entire appreciate your vote and support. District 1, subject to the May Democratic ,
county to the very best of my ability. Sincerely school and college training and r,
COMPLETE PUBLIC Your several years spent doing commercl'albookkeeping. primaries.
vote and influence is most .
I have '
been -a resident of Clewis-
SYSTEMFor earnestly solicited. SELDEN L. STEWART. .
ton for eleven years and feel that ;
Rent at Respectfully, If elected, I promise the people a
careful, efficient administration.Your my long experience as a resident ,

CLEWISTON W. M. DAVIDSON. FOR COUNTY JUDGE, IEXDIl1"COUNTY. vote and support will be property owner and business man in
FLORIDA appreciated.MRS.. the district will help me in repre- .

senting it on the county board.
ELECTRIC FOR REPRESENTATIVE At the request of many citizens If elected, I will give the districtthe
from every part of Hendry County I ---------------------------- best service of which I am
Hereby announce myself a candidatefor ,capable.
announce candidacy
for Representative for Hendry coun- the' office of County Judge of FOR SHERIFF I will appreciate your vote and
Hendry county, Florida to
ty, subject to the democratic primariesin support
the action of the May Democratic
May.If I wish to announce myself a can- "
piimariei. r was duly admitted to
the voters of the county see fit didate for re-election to the officeof G. E. ETHERTON. :';'
the practice of law in this state in J
LEGAL to send me to the Legislature, I April 1917 and I have continuously Sheriff of Hendry county, subjectto -,. '
assure them that I will get on the followed] this vocation since, the Democratic primaries In May. ,;
job, and stay on the job until resultsare the time I was in the United exceptfor I am making this race solely on my COUNTY COMMISSIONER 'i t
.. II I obtained, or else record of law enforcement and fair
the .
States Army during World War
I I will spend my ,time in endeavorIng If nominated and elected, my only dealings to all, and I assure the peo- March 14th 1940. ,:.iJ.
NOTICE OF to get our roads Improved and all ple of Hendry county that the poli-
I promise is a square deal to all according TO THE VOTERS OF DISTRICT NO. '
TAX DEED paved; I will try to get our schools cies of this office will not change.
to law and common sense. 1, HENDRY COUNTY, FLORIDA: ',
r on a full nine months term, and I Your vote and support will be ap- ,-
I am not the candidate' of any clickor I herewith announce as Candidate
NOTICE IS HEREBY will work unceasingly for the Old- faction but I am' the candidate of preciated. for County Commissioner from this :
B. C. FLANIKEN holder of Aged of the' state by trying to get the people who 'want a County H. L. DELANEY. District. My residence In Clewiston for
tificate No. 665. issued the sufficient funds to be matched by Judge who knows the law and will over 10 years and my experience 'i'
Sept. A. D. 1933. has filed Federal allotment so that every pen- honestly and faithfully discharge the leads me to be sure that I can render :
my office and has made sloner will receive $40 per month. I duties of the office. valuable service to the taxpayers if ';
for a tax deed to be believe all this can ,be accomplished FOR SHERIFF elected.
Your vote and influence is
Said certificate embraces without additional taxes. These are solicited. respectfully I respectfully request your support ----4
ing described property in my three principal aims, and if you and vctes in the Democratic Primary ";
of Hendry State of Florida interested in them, line up with I hereby announce myself a candi- of May 7th. 1940. '
Lots 39 and 41 Block 356 and we will put them through. LOUIS O. GRAVELY date for the office of Sheriff of Hendry :j
The assessment of the Thanking you for your vote and county, subject to the Democratic E. E. KELLY. i
under the said certificate support, I am, primaries to be held in May.I .
,in the name of Elmer G. FOR TAX COLLECTORTO will appreciate your vote and :-::
Unless said 'certificate Respectfully yours, I support. f
deemed according: to law Is Your Subscription Paid?
ty described therein will D. G. McCORMACK I THE VOTERS OF HENDRY BILL MADDOX. ,
the highest bidder at the COUNTY: :1.
door of the first Monday in I am taking this opportunity of r rt
of May. 1940, which is the announcing that I am seeking the
May. 1940. I FOR COUNTY SUPERINTENDENTI office of county tax collector in the I
Dated this 29 day of May Democratic primaries. To my
(Seal) WILLIAM T. wish to announce to the voters of friends and to those of you who i i'l' iI
Clerk of Circuit county that I ,am a candi- know me I say simply that I am in I
Hendry County. for the office of county super- the race. To the many to whom I
March 29, April 5-12-19, I -of public instruction in the am a stranger, I would like to add I
Democratic primaries.I that I have lived at Sears- 14 years:
have lived in Hendry county most I I that I am a native of LaFayettecounty
my life: have been teacher and a graduate of its schools and I
PAID in schools of Hendry, Lee I that I have been in the employ of ,
Glades counties for 16 years-12 the Standard Lumber Corporation for
them in LaBelle. I hold a life the past 25 years. Y:

i POLITICAL state certificate, and a life If you see fit to ,elect me, I pledgea
grade certificate, and am a faithful and honest service. To one
graduate with the degree of and all, I shall feel honored to have $ .
Bachelor of Science in Education.If your vote and support.Sincerely .
elected as, your superintendent ,
promise' a conscientious, faithful I $
FOR- COUNTY : efficient administration.I G. R. HATCH. I /s'.Ji'Ia

will appreciate your vote andupport. or
re-election to the office f

i Attorney of Hendry THE CITIZENS OF HENDRY HOmE Loans
to the Democratic COUNTY:
t held in May I also wish to FOR COUNTY SUPERINTENDENTOF I hereby announce that I am a
i means to express to you PUBLIC! INSTRUCTIONFour candidate for Tax Collector for Hendry -
appreciation for the splendid county, subject to the Democratic
gave me in the elections years ago the people of thisounty primaries in May.I .
J' I
nominated me to the office of
ago.The am your present Tax Collector the \.
experience, made Superintendent of Public Intruction .
that vote, will enable me by the largest majority having been appointed to said office \1 ot\e
I to you still more any nominee in the county on April 11, 1939. i ,have tried to 1oU{ We can helpyou..with
in this office. This was an honor which the best of my knowledge to give ante Py: <
Your vote and suppport in deeply appreciate. During these efficient service to all the people of cn \ the
t elections will be gratefully ears in office I have endeavored to Hendry county, and would greatly P sH finestloanplan
: ed. a record which would be of appreciate a full term In office. c- oER o4 4
, benefit to the people of Hendry a If faithful elected and Tax Collector, promise 4 'a in existence
1 H. A. RIDER. On this record I ask the efficient administra- *I\I,*
I to re-elect me as their Countyuperintendent tion.Your $"
vote and
support will be
r in the May primaries. appreciated
I C re-elected, I shall continue con-
FOR ASSESSOR OF efforts for nine months term
j' a R. N. MILLER.
all the schools' in the county, the
I hereby announce myself careful business-like administra-
( /.-,, date for re-election to the erre.'nt"I!on, and to work for improvement
Assessor of Taxes, Hendry our schools. Because of my knowl- FOR TAX COLLECTORI Clewiston Federal Savings
Florida, subject to the of the needs of the schools in ,
primaries in May, 1940. 11 sections of the county it is logi- I
If re-elected I promise to al that I am best qualified to render wish to announce myself a
the affairs of the office in efficient service. I will sincerely didate for the office of Tax
Fair. Impartial and Efficient your expression of confi- Hendry county subject to the can-I and Loan Association
I have strived to do in the ence by retaining me as your Countyuperintendent. cratic primaries in May
1" ', greatly Your appreciated.vote and support .


I DENNIS SMALL. S. A. (STEVE) GRAVES. ::::::..:..:..:..:.".:..:.": :":":":":":":":":" .:":":":":":":":":..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.)
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This Is to announce that announcing my candidacy for Ay yA

,':1,',' candidate for for the office of office' of Hendry County Super- :;::i: :::::
Hendry county ,
:,'', sor Democratic primaries in to the of Democratic Public Instruction primaries, sub-in .:..;. --' ENJOY ANf .i..;.

r_. If elected. I promise to I earnestly solicit the support
duties of this office f every citizen.I .. n
and ;
conscientiously give have lived in Hendry county for f "
erty owner 'a square deal. le past seven and am a Hendry '.- ....
years ALL '", .
I';, :'i i I will appreciate your I property owner and taxpayer.I ::: 'f( ELECTRIC
support. : i .
,: worked my way through high !; '
and college and graduated with )\.{ .
H. E, (BERT) : ,
B. A. .took advanced
education degree at; University of Florida .:..i. HOME :" ,: .:: J..
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1935 and 1938, and have .:..;. ..., f' ,,-.' :
CIRCUIT CLERK kept in close touch with the : :00-
educational methods. Had 10 :j:::: .,' v ,.' : ;,I', ,:<': :s::;:
1"' experience as classroom teacher, .
I:." TO THE VOTERS AND '_ AIV ;;'--; : ,
principal ::
.: FRIENDS OF HENDRY of them principal in the Clewiston and School-; :: t ; ':' : ; :, ::::

1k I wish to announce my .', I feel that I am ;well .:..y. yy
(' for re-election to the office for this position.If .s.'s.

I:''"-,l1, of announcement the Circuit Court.I wish In to elected an economical ycur superintendent, business ad I :: : Electricity is the modern servant; a servant that :::!:

.";"'.:", appreciation fidence given for me the in support the toward and greatly will improving exert every-our :;:::: takes care of both the work and the pleasures of the ::::!:
the time I have

"' .'. I affairs have During done of this my best office to in a B.schools.E. HERRING.I thank you. :i..i: home and one that win do everything quickly, efficient- ::::

r like manner. If you see AA ly and : A
elect me, I promise to give .s..t. economically. .,.':.
service of which I am AA y

WILLIAM T. HULL. FOR SCHOOL District-HOARD No. 3 MEMBER; I :::::.s.!: One penny will toast 26 crunchy slices of toast, or :.s..Z.;:::

This will announce my candidacy I :!::: ::::
the office of school board mem- give your eyes two hours of safe reading light or operate ; ;

FOR CLERK CIRCUIT, I I formerly from District served No.3 on the, Clewis board ton.in :::!: 'your radio for most of a day-and-ELECTRICITY is :::::i:

This is to announce that No. 1 and since moving to
candidate for the office of I have served as a trustee :::: thing that the of it that
;;t Circuit Court of Hendry the local district. Feeling that I :=::j: one gets cheaper more you use. :;:::

ject to the Democratic well qualified for the position I AA .i.
May.I your support and vote on May

'r, and, am if well,elected.qualified I will for 1940. ::_t::;:: That is why it is so easy to have ,and enjoy a home :!:::

business of the office\ in an -A- O. WARD. ;: thai is all ;
electric and modern.
manner. I need no :::: : ::::
the voters of the county AA 2i :
only say, "Vote for i i yf
FOR COUNTY ,JUDGE ...... .s..s"
" C. E, MINER. i_ y
I hereby announce myself a candi-
{- yy
; ,,. .. for the office of County Judge Ah .

"": ': FOR RE Hendry Primaries county, subject in May. to I feel the :;::;: ELECTRICITY IS YOUR CHEAPEST SERV- :::

I am thoroughly qualified to ff i x
In announcing my this office and, if elected. I xx fi
, td use Fair. Impartial and
re-election to the office
.,' Representative subject to the from Democratic this Judgment office. in all the affairs :::!: ANT-USE IT EXTRA V AGANTL Y. :::;:

in May, I earnestly solicit Your vote and support will be ::::i: ++
port of every citizen. If appreciated. yy

shall continue to represent Thanks, A s i. .yy.,.
ty in all matters coming
legislative branch of our R, M. (BOB) HARRIS. xx if
form of government to the .S..t. 's"s'A
of my ability. I shall be ; Y

cuss with any one such FOR COUNTY JUDGEI Al s : r ...Y.
legislation as they'ar A

My campaign will be take this means to announce that .= .2.
merits involved in the

will county have ELBERT offices no connection,or L. I n nm May.I hold}.a. to Judge degrees candidate of the arts for Democratic of, for and bachelor Hendry the bachelor office of Primary county laws of of, :YI:I:_: Glades Power and Light Co. !.!!!:

(lawyer, teacher engineer). .:..:.
FOR REPRESENTATIVE have been an accountant for the .t.
LEGISLATURE OF THE States Steel Corporation. I JL .s..z.
OF FLORIDAI been a Hendry County Com- ...:.
for six years 19271932. ,, .t..S.
specially qualified by "educa
hereby announce and experience I am ready to :N:N:N:N:N:N:N:,1:M:N N:NNN, :N:N:N N N: :M:N:N:N:N:NN, :NN, :N:H:M:M N:N:NNN, :NN..:N..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: ..:..:..:.,:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..!.
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FRIDAY, APRIL 12, 1940

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHThe last Sunday of the month when
School NewsThe Lykes Purchases were a part of a. shipment. of 188
Friendly Church Mass Is at eight o'clock. The public
head brought here following the
REV. H. McLeROY, Pastor regardless of religious belief
Cattle From January freeze and were in
LyonsMoore ex-
Roar" has is always welcome in this church.
name "Tiger's Sunday school 9:45 a. m., B. tremely poor condition when re-
been chosen as the ,best of those E. Herring superintendent. PENTECOSTAL CHURCH ( Haven Democrat) ceived. Two veterinarians' w recalled

submitted for the new mimeographed South Clewiston to investigate but were unable -
school paper which was published Morning worship 11:00 a. m. R. D. Lyons conducted a sale to name the reason for the

for the second week today. The -Sermon by pastor. Services Every Sunday: of fattened steers at his ranch the cattle djing.

name was submitted by Phillip Mc- Training worship 11:00 .a. m., Sunday school at 9:.15. DeSoto Stock Farms Tuesday morning -

Leod a seventh grade student and Arch Hodges director. Morning worship at 11 a. m. .. and Tom; Lykes: representing

selected by the paper staff assisted Evening worship 8:00 p. m. Ljkes Bros. Cattle Company was
Young Peoples meeting 6 m.
by Prof. Turk and Mrs. Mi}ares. Sermon by pastor.Intermediate Rev. ai. M. Dudley director. p. the high bidder on the herd of The SWING is to

Monday 73 head. Several other buyers, in-
A's. meet -
exercises will be held Evangelistic services 7:30 p. m. cluding a Swift and Co. representative WALTERFR.ASER
Graduation at 3:30 with Mrs. McLeroy. Tuesday evening service 7:30 p. were on band.
this :rear on the same day schoolis Junior G. A.'s meet at churchWednesday m.
out for the 1939-40 term :May Mrs. Mr. Lyons, who with associates of
3:30 p. m. with Friday evening service 7:30 p.
17. Tentative plans are to have Hodges. m. Kissimmee now uses his para and .

exercises in the napier grass pasture as a fattening ,
the elementary
Midweek services at church Wednesday i The public is cordially invited to I FOR GOVERNOR
ground for steers here from
afternoon and those of the Senior shipped
at church. I attend all services.Candidate .
7:30 m. "A Business
p. Man With
Class at night. Special speakers the Kissimmee area says that the

are now being secured for the vari- R. A's. meet Thursday 3:30 at; seventj-three steers sold this week
A Business Plan"Vote
ous programs of graduation week. church with Mrs. Thomas in charge. f For, Delegate have averaged approximately a gainof

Special Announcement 150 pounds. each since being for $3.00 Auto Tags.

Bob Gordon is a new member of Sunday April 14 the ordinanceof put on the pasture last October.. $40.00 Monthly for the age
baptism will be administered to Full school term-Adequate Teachers -
the Sophomore Class coming here An unknown malady which caused

from Dade City. all approved candidates. This service the loss of twenty-three head in this Pay.FREE .

will be held in First Baptist pasture a couple of weeks ago, medical aid for need).

The Junior Class met Wednesday church Moore Haven at 3:30 p. m. /w& has ceased as suddenly as it began

afternoon to make plans for All those awaiting Baptism are ex- and no other cattle have died. Mr.

the forthcoming Junior-Senior dance pected to be prepared at this time. Lyons said that all of those dyingfl4w I
Beginning 'with Sunday morningthe II I II
and banquet which is scheduled for e4 y rYp I .
pastor is preaching a series of {
the first week in May. A good
on Christ's "Sermon on
orchestra has been selected for sermons
the :Mount".
the dance and tickets will go on met'at I'I
The Junior Training Union
sale next week. I I
the home of their newly elected ,

I leader Miss Doris Hodges and elec- I, F ( V <
The Seniors are working hardon
The .
ted officers for the union. .;
'. A \ '::'i;'
their play' which will be given following officers were elected: ]I ; ; .
in the very near future. Practicehas >,7.%
President Mary Carlisle Vicepresident AA -
been underway for the past Buddy: Trice; Secretarytreasurer c : y

two weeks.. and i
Mamie Trice group

captains Marilyn Davis and Shirley I II ,li 's
A school dance was held last ,L a
I Kreuger. 1 ,t :.
Friday night in the new auditoriumand r

aery pleasant evening was THE CLEWISTOX COUMUXITY EQUAL

reported from those attending.The CHURCH i i JUSTICETO I

sixth grade assembly pro-
The Bible School meets at 9:45a. Waukulla who asks his friendsin ,M a'r
much with
gram was enjoyed sev-
is superientendent. Hendry county to remember that
eral special musical numbers and m., B. C. Flaniken ; .
/ his name 'will be about !94th in the
recitations and a play "The American -
The Worship hour of the churchis list of delegates and will be followed Able lawyer,business man,citrus grmVer, '

Boy. at 11:00 a. m. and the choir by the 'word (Senator) and world war veteran Past President State

leader is J. E. Beardsley and the he will appreciate them hunting up Bar.Teacher and experienced executive..,. 'I'' the swing is to FRASER
Dr. C. R. Pease of the county
pianist is Mrs. J. H. Doty. The i his name and making an X by it t 1 I 1 /
health unit made an interestingtalk
to the student body Tuesday
the Christian Religion"?
morning on the subject of "Tuber-
The C. E. Society meets on
culosis." I ,
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Monday at 7:30 p. m. Lee Pridgenis I V

president and Dick Patterson |
Practice for the annual :May Day 1 :
is the program leader. ri
program has been started under

the direction of :Mrs. Baker and ST. MARGARET'S CATHOLIC

Mrs. Holstine. Each of the grades CHURCH

up to Junior High will have some
dance or drill and the high school Re\ La\vrence J. :Flynn, Pastor r 1 1V 1Y 1w

will have charge of the decora- Mass each Sunday morning at

tions. S o'clock excepting the last Sun-

The first day of the month when the time via
grade will present the

"Sun Flower Dance"; the second 10:30. i
Confessions are heard Sat"
grade "Raindrops and Showers"; every
urday evening from ,,7:30 until 8:30 -
third grade "Fairy Dance"; fourth WAJ.rONi1
: I and before all the Masses. A N
grade "May Pole Dance"; fifth = OWN N
'; Weekday Mass every morning at
grade "Rainbow Dance"; sixth (
:.' 8:00 o'clock. 'lOU
grade "Flower Dance",.
Devotions in honor of Our Lady iJ1PlA1iRONf.R
Edythe Cornette has been selec-
of Perpetual Help are conducted \ (
ted as Queen of the May, Munselle
Friday evenings at 8 o'clock, fol.
., Stone as king Audrey McLaughlin I!
i.. lowed by Benediction of the Most .R1BUsr
SN\ .
Leiter Doris
Hodges and Blessed Sacrament. n's
y Margaret Von Mach p.ND
as maids and \
Religious Instruction Class for F 0
: Rachel Miner Eleanor 0 0 Cp U
Von Mach children Saturday morning at nine \ EONON\'
t Carlene Adams
and Patsy Meredith here in Clewiston and after. Sunday .UStt'S
as flower girls. The BE( .
pages are John Mass in Pahokee. "S -
(j Schiffli and
Rannon Simmons and The Mass schedule ol Pahokee Is

I:r the crown bearer Jimmie Waters. 10:30 every Sunday excepting the .

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Eddie Swindle, young son of Mr Mrs. Moran HostessAt Classes! Scientifically Broken I.CIIHC;"
J.I M. COUSECounselor
and Mrs. J. C. Swindle of county Fitted and Repaired Duplicated

t [ line is in the Everglades Memorial Inn Party FridayMrs. and Attorney: at Lass DH. 10'.. D. GTJDBAUR '
Personals j jJ. n
' bronchial Hospital in pneumonia.Pahokee, suffering His conditionis with Hopkins Building Optometristi'lionv .,

somewhat improved.Mrs. Jay W. Moran was hostessat Wednesdays and Saturdays IHS 5 Collier Arcade

a pretty party given at the 0:30 to 4:00 Fort .lljer, Florida 'T
Joe Cato and Mrs. George Clewiston Inn Friday afternoon.
E. Beardsley was a. business Successor to K. II. Oakley r. .
Crow are convalescing in the Clew- Many of the guests played bridge ,
visitor in Miami this week. iston Hospital, following appendec- and tables were arranged in two

tomies performed last week. MrsCato's sections on the upstairs porch. High MECHANICAL, STRUCTURAL
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. McLendonare operation was Thursday' and prizes were won by Mrs. Dave Als- ARCHITECTURAL DESIGNS

visiting in New York City.. Mrs. Crow's' Friday.' Both are do- ton and Mrs. R. N. Smith. Second Maps EstimatesJOliN' RE EIECT' z vr O.

ing nicely. high were Mrs. B. E. Herring and
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Crouch hadas H. DOTY
Mrs. Richard H. Knight. Mrs. F. ANDEWS
guests this week Mr. andPlIrs. Mr. and Mrs. William Lucaa, of Deane Duff and Mrs. Harry Vaughnwon Enginccl' Consultant

J. F. Dill, of Chicago. New York City, who are spending consolation prizes.A Hopkins BlilR. Cleuiston, Fla.Johnson's 1

several weeks on Sarasota Beach; long table was set up for the .. -
Mr. and Mrs. Mania Bills of -
were guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. J. bingo players and ,small, prizes were
Neptune, N. J. were guests of .......
B. Scharnberg Wednesday. Mr. and awarded to each one who bingo-ed

Harry Byers this week. Mrs. John Lucaa and baby Sandra, during the afternoon.At .

I who spent two weeks in Sarasota, of the
: the conclusion games Fish CampNear
.Frank J. Casablanca of Havana, .
Clewiston Wednesday.Mrs.
the guests were invited down stairs,
visitor in
Cuba, was a business
where a group of additional guests ( Hurricane Gate)
Clewiston this week. .. Mumford left Sun-
N. V. S.
joined them for tea in the dining Clewiston, Fla.

Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm W. Bigg day for her home in Providence, roOlp. A green and white color Boats and Motors-Guide. Service I 111, r (L r'
spent the week-end in West Palm R. I., after spending the winter scheme' was carried out here, and Rates Reasonable
I here with Mr. Mumford who is
Beach. k molded ices and individual cakes .
employed at the sugar house. Their were 'served.The .- "'. H. Johnson, Mgr.Is .

Mr: and Mrs. T. B. Shelley of son, Nicholas, jr., who spent "nis guest list included Mrs. u.s. SENATOR.DEMOCRATIC

Miami spent the week-end at their spring ,holidays here with his pa- Clarence R. Bitting, Miss Margaret PRIMARY MAY 1940

home here.. rents, returned with, her.
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Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Kelly cele- A. Bestor, Robert Bair, MalcomW. y

Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Duff of Wau- j| brated their first wedding anniver- Bigg, J. E. Beardsley, W. L. y -

keegan, Illinois; were guest of Mr. sary with a dinner party Saturday I Brown, J. F. Curry, S. L. Crochet, :!: SURE THEYfcE SNAPPY! ::

and ''Mrs. Deane' Duff this week. evening: The living and dining Olin Carleton, C. L. Downs, F.. D. y p,

rooms of their lovely. home were Duff, J. W. Ezelle, Bessie Elliott,

Dr. and Mrs. D. J. Williams of friendsin of decorated with many arrangementsof C. W. Fuller, Judson Francis, :,: THEYRE FORTUNES 1! S _:::

Punta Gorda were guests garden flowers, including callas, Thomas A. Gardhouse, H. R. Hall, ,

Clewiston Monday. roses, larkspur, snapdragons and Fred Henriksen, J. P. Higgins, Miss

lupines. The dining table was set Evelyn and Miss Dorothy Hare,
Mr. and Mrs. Foy Durrence spent with pastel colored dinner ware Mesdames B. E. Herring, Carl John-

the week-end in Fort Myers visitingMr. and was centered with an old son, O. A. Jones, Catherine M. .! .:..
Donnie O. Durrence.Mrs. 'N"
and Mrs. fashioned bouquet of iris and rose- Jarvis, Virginia Jordon, B. J.

Herbert Felkel of St. Augus- buds. Jaeckel, of West Palm Beach, H.

tine is a visitor in Clewiston to Guests were Mr. and Mrs. ThomasB. C. Kolstad, Josephine Knight, John

day. Shelley, Mr. and Mrs. Campbell: Kettl, R. H. Knight, E. E. Kelly;

E. Nall, Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, W. L. Lott, Otto Larsen, W. H. I cS52' :

Miss Marcia Avant is spendingthe Miss Louise Hood, Robert and Lanier, 0. C. Landon, C. E. Miner, 44

week in Tampa visiting Mrs. Lloyd Kelly.RICHARD N. V. S.. Mumford, E. C. Mills,
J. F.. Morrison, P. M1.'. McIntyre,
Jones Bryan.Mr.
KNIGHT CELEBRATES Z. G. Meredith, ,C. A. Martinez,

and Mrs. Albert Scharnberg EIGHTH BIRTHDAY THURSDAY Miss Mary and Miss Florine Moore, .i. ,.,.:{ .:.

I of New York City are guests of Miss Mary Markette, Mesdames C. y .
Mr. Scharnberg's brother, H. J. B. Richard Knight celebrated his Nelson, J. Grady Niblack, Miss :: co .i" .. 1y -

Scharnberg and Mrs. Scharnberg. eighth birthday with a party at Virgie O'Bannon, Mesdames H. J.

the home of his parents, Mr. and Oglesby, .W. C. Owen, Miss Mae :: .i. ..
Dr. F. D. Gudbaur of Fort Myers Mrs. Richard H. Knight, yesterday Palmer; Mrs. J. H. Pressley, Kent ::: Righto, son! One man chooses shoes for style; ,. :;:..".:

: spent yesterday education in Clewiston clinic con-at afternoon. Pendleton, W. C. Prewitt, M.. M. :i: another for extra. comfort. In FORTUNE" :.i'.
; ducting a Prizes in the games were won by Prewitt. R. Y. Patterson, Mrs. :

the school. Skippy Cothern, Volney Robbins, Stanley Peeler, West Palm Beach, :_:. SHOES you get both : :; :.. much more for your :.:;: \

Eleanor Von Mach. Cake, ice Mesdames L. C. Rosenberg, F. M.
and *i That's why FORTUNES +
we say are a
Troy Puryear and Jack House of money. .... .
cream and fruit punch were servedon Rodriguez, G. B. Rackstraw, W. -
Sarasota arrived Wednesday for a the lawn. Simpson, O. F. Schiffli, 'H. J., B.. :!: "find'.' Come in and see )hem.OUTSTANDING ._ ..' :i: ',.7 .
visit with Mr. and. Mrs.' C. L. Albert: .i" .t..
:fr;? .- -, Guests attending were Joe Scharnberg, Scharnberg,
Downs. N. Smith, G. H. Small, Elbeit L. +
Schroeder, Skippy Cothern, Gene ,
Mrs. Glen Etherton is leaving Land, Rannon Simmons, Bevoly Stewart, Harry Sallinger J. F. .t.

today to spend a few days with Flaniken, Roy. Hafch, Alfred Dodge, Tippey, E. W. Ullendahl' H. T.
i r Vaughn, W. P. Vaughn, sr., W. P.
her mother, Mrs. F. R. Maxwellin Bobby Smith, John Schiffli, Charles Parkinson's 'A :
Vaughn, jr., 11. E. Von Mach, A.
Miami. Miner, Billy Toulis, Kay Bowden,
0. Ward, R. P. Wainwright, G. A.
Bobby Berner,.(Harry Vaughn, Mary >
Mrs. F. E. Chalker of Clear- Yon and Miss Naomi Zamponi. y vasy ,
Lou Liles, Joe Liles, Rachel Miner, 4M
: water spent the week-end in Clew-

iston visiting her daughter, Mrs.C. Shirley Eleanor and Ow6n! Corrinne, Patsy Von Meredith Mach,, *_ Clewiston Florida :4: :_: .
D. Beatty and family. x
Lionel Beatty, Volney Robbins,
Shirley, Benbow, Ann Prewitt, Bobby
Mrs. Jimmie Wilson, has returned A
Hanna, Jimmy Johnson, June Colyer
from visit with her sister and
a and Edward Bourne. .?.. ,, < r .;. -
brother-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Leon

Spooner in Pahokee.Mr. ,2, y y

and Mrs. P. M. McIntyre left ''BRIDGE CLUB WEDNESDAY:: Bartow people are well STYUN G
this week for Mr. McIntyre's homein $
Alabama, where they were call- Mrs., Harry Knight was hostess to aware of the exceptional .. AISTON ts;.' :
members of 2 C-/do
her bridge club Wednesday l
ed by the illness of his father. qualifications or'Spessard :. AND UP +
afternoon High prize was

won by Mrs. Richard Knight and Holland. Pol k County :
Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Smith, '
was a Fostoria dish; low prize, a :j l lto
Democrat. SlHIOIES
Charles jr. and Peggy Jo Smith of box of correspondence cards, was JroU1JINJI1
Avon Park were Sunday guests or'Mr. .
awarded Mrs. Glen Etherton. Each .
and Mrs. E. E. Kelly. ... _I
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Mr. and Mrs. Robert Weiner and Vase: as a favor.

daughter, Ruth, of Somerset, Penn- I Angel food cake with 'ice cream

sylvania visited Mr. and Mrs. I. D.I',' was served to Mrs. Etherton, Mrs.

Leydig and family Sunday. j Foy Durrence, Mrs. V. C. Wood-

i ward, 'Mrs. John Elmore, Mrs. A.

Mrs. William Johnson of Canal C. Carlton, Mrs. B. J. Schroeder, B. F. Paty
Point spent the week here wither Mrs. C. E. Miner and Mrs. R. H. ,

parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Knight. \

Mrs. W. C. Owen, Dick and MET TUESDAY AFTERNOON ), '
y ',
Shirley Owen'sp nt the week-end "
in St. Petersburg, visiting Mr. A missionary program on the : ;

Owen, who is convalescing at Bay topic "Unchanging Moral Standards" : Governor 1> ;
Pines Hospital. .- was given at the meeting of the L\IL ;. )

i Womans Missionary Society at the
Bob Beardsley is home from the First Baptist Church Tuesday after- WILL SPEAK INCLEWISTON

University of Florida to spend! a noon. .

I few days with his parents, Mr. ,('and Mrs. W. H. Warren led the open- ..

Mrs. J. E. Beardsley. He. will; return -I ing devotionals, and Mrs. B. E.

I to Gainesville Sunday. ,I Herring, assisted by Mrs. W. R.

Broaderick, Mrs. G. E. Wenzloff, 1
Miss Louise Hood, of Jacb
l son- Mrs. W. J. Robinson, Mrs. E.: E.
ville few arrived Friday night for a I I Kelly, Mrs. J. H. Davis, Mrs. H. April 15
days visit with her.sister, Irs.I j Monday
I E. E. G. McLeroy, Mrs. E. M. Cornette,
Kelly and Mr. Kelly. ,Mr. ,
and Mrs. A. R. Broadfoot, presented "
: and Mrs. Kelly met her in West
i Palm Beach. ?) a special program. g AT
Others attending the meetingwere
l\I Mrs. Viola Stone, who has }Jbecn" I Mrs. H. E. Walker, Mrs. C.

visiting relatives in West Palm Nelson, Mrs. Arch Hodges, Mrs.A. 10:00 A. M.

Beach returned to her home ':here H. King, Mrs. R. J. Blount,

Tuesday. Mrs. Foy Durrence drove Mrs. D. B. Allen, Mrs. I. S. Bell, it

over Monday and brought ; her Mrs. C. W. Simmons, Mrs. R. H.

,mother home. ,J Crawford, Mrs. Ray Owens, Mrs. Hear Paty Discuss Vital Issues Of"
M. C. Vowell
Mrs. J. L. Whitaker,
Mrs. A. L. arid
children Mrs. R. C. Nowling, Mrs. L. C.
and Mrs. Hackee's grandmother, Miller Mrs. Alex McGowan and

Mrs: Florence A. Waldro i are visit- Mrs. A. D. Dixon. His Campaign .'

ing Mrs. Hackett's parents, Mr and Two new members, Mrs. l\rank -
Mrs. P. S. Fagan In Carlsbad, New Cothern and Mrs. O. C. Landon,
Mexico. i ii l' were received ":' ".

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t 1 i BY LIDA LARRIMORE MACRAE SMITH CO. WNU SERVICE I I IC heyre much, nice'. and round

CHAPTER I "What, no breakfast-nook?" Kate sudden quick beating of her heart regard for the truth was not listed. b.t\d soft axed swe.et

-1- asked in mockdismay."We'll had quieted a little. The clearing Still- I love, to peel the,
moved have meals on the, mist of abstraction vanished. Though "What are 'you going to do aboutit
The bright disc of flashlight our
over the rough pine paneling of the porch if it isn't too cold. Do you her attention was fixed upon the dif- ?" she asked more casually than skin 'all back -

illuminated the it will be?" Gay's voice rip ficult business of striking a match, she felt.
door, found and key- suppose They're such a. /
hole under'the latch. Gabriella Gra- pled on, not waiting for Kate to re she still saw very clearly the boots Gay paused in herprogress across I )

ham, fitting the key into the lock, ply. "The weather was beautiful in upon the hearth. the room. "Do about it?" she asked."I tandy fruit 4*. h .

knew that her fingers were trem- September. I wasn't here this late "Good!" Kate said from the darkness just wondered." Kate rocked to eat.il.1aC. siXy>

bling. in the month, though. That was the I near the door. back and forth from her heels to her "nN
I in "Better luck than deserve." toes on the field-stone hearth. She
fall Mother in school we
forced put me
"It she said
then in her Switzerland while she was in Paris.It Gay tipped the chimney, applied the was observing, irrelevantly, the unconscious -
composure, expectancy
note was lovely here when I left. The flame of the match to the wick. air of assurance with thL2'WNU
voice and muted
oddly, too, a
of reluctance, she added 'a little leaves were'just ''beginning to turn They were high boots with lacings, which Gay carried herself, thinkinghow

breathlessly "Kate we're here!" and the air was like, wine." the sort that woodsmen wore, and" trim she looked, in spite of two Service.
days and a night on the road, in
them .
the mud that caked was fresh.It
She had
"So I, presumed." There was no thought-Her expectancy all the dark tailored suit which empha-
had been raining day. The
the of her desire to return,
expectancy in Kate Oliver's pleas- strength lane had been soft with mud. sized the grace of her long slender

antly drawling voice, only weari- seemed absurd naive., now, romantic stood ,con-in- "The wick is trimmed, too," she legs, the breadth of her shoulders, Here's an Easy Way
credibly Gay ,
ness; characteristic humor, a casual said, playing for time :in which to the rounded slenderness of her body.
acceptance of life's little surprises."I scious of fatigue, acknowledging dis- adjust her mind to this unexpected Ah, youth! She, herself, probably I To Do SmockingBy
of the
appointment in the frame
agree' with you, though, she situation, searching for an explanation looked like a scare-crow, a particu- I
continued. "It'does momentappear' open door. Uncle John was dead.
at the ,
larly Attenuated and angular one.
not wanting, just yet, to share
She fifteen tall, RUTH WYETH SPEARS
to.be. a notable achievement. ;; was no longer a
Not that it mattered. inward sigh
with Kate.
her discovery
ardent child with dreams and halGay's !
Like scaling the 'Alps, for MOTHER'writes: "I have
"Hmmm!" Kate said with curious which followed the thought was phil- A enjoyed -
instance. I feel as though' I had emphasis. ."The bridegroom osophical rather than envious. "I using the embroidery

scaled an 'Alp. I'm practically par- eth!" com- don't necessarily insist that we get stitches in SEWING Book 2. I

alyzed all over." out of here pretty quick," she con- find; a great deal of pleasure in't
"What? The china shade strik-
"Poor Kate!" Gay said, but the ; tinued, still carefully casual. "It's handwork for the dresses of my
ing the chimney, made a clattering
words held idea To little five-year-old: and am partic.
absently spoken, more an though. quote your
sound loud in the quiet room.Gay' .
of personal preoccupation than sympathy set very it securely in the thin Aunt Flora, it might be advisable, ularly interested in smocking."
for her companion. "Never perhaps." Here is 'a trick that is useful
branching 'prongs. "Bridegroom?
mind," she added, still absently, but she Gay's glance scorned so cravena for making honeycomb smocking
in a tone of warm affection. "We'll suggestion. "We will not," she in points without a special pat-
have a fire and food pretty soon." "There's something in the Bible said with spirited emphasis. "This tern.. The fullness of zany dress

about bridegrooms and wicks and cabin belongs to me." She pulledoff maybe basted into tucks of grad-
"I can use both, Kate said feel- "
oil Kate said in casual
ingly. "How are the beds?" explanation. ,her hat, tossed 'it on the couch, uated length, as at A. Even 'a
"Never mind.
My rectory little fullness in the ,
ran-her fingers through the flattened center front
Kate was aware of her hesitancy. past will pop up now and then.
red-brown waves of her hair.uI've
"Give me the flashlight," she Tactless of me to have mentioned HONEYCOMB
no intention of being dispossessed, SMOCKING BY THE TUCK
said. "I'll go ahead." bridegrooms. I'm sorry." if that's the phrase. You might as METHOD-BASTE TUCKS 'S-DEEP AND

Gay's glance turned quickly, re- The circle of flame in the lamp well take off your bonnet and shawl. TAKE Vt APART A STITCH AS AT AS A.

sentfully. steadied and brightened. Gay raised We're going to stay." AT B; THEN CATCH

"Why should you?" she asked a her head. Through the mellow light "There'd be no accommodationsin TUCKS TOGETHER

trifle sharply. she saw Kate walking toward her, the village, I suppose," she said I I

"No reason," Kate replied 'withunshaken an amused expression in her eyes tentatively. "An inn or a tourist
good humor. "Just tryingto under the brim of a dark felt hat camp-Just for tonight-" 1I I

be helpful. It's an irritating habit. which, on Kate, looked both disreputable "In Northfield?" Gay laughed. ,

I didn't mean to imply that you and debonaire. She turned "Heavens, no!" II I I

might be frightened." away, puzzling over Kate's com- "And it's a long way back to Ma- k... : Z. :
ment, not quite understanding the '
chias. 1I
"Of course you did." Gay's low, 7 '
skeptical expression deepening the I
"Twenty miles. Gay was light=;
clear laugh was a plea for forgiveness. Tj)
"" "I'm not, though," she added. lines around Kate's twinkling eyes. ing a second lamp on, the_ table be- rS S
Did think"There's
,Kate -?
hind the couch. "Have
She would not admit misgivings, not you forgotten -

even to Kate, who, during this tiring a fire laid ready for ," she asked, "the condition of or at the neckline may be smockedin
lighting. She knelt on the hearth, the road?"
trip to the cabin in Maine had one or two points. .Always
deliberately ignoring both the com- Kate was a little abashed to feela
been disarmingly incurious, resourceful the center front tuck first
ment and the, ready explanation."We thrill of
amusing. People got at not unpleasant excitement and 'then work each way' from it.The .
won't need more wood, tonight. tingling shamelessly up her spine.
you if you let ,your defenses down. smocking starts at the left
glance scorned, so cravena Will you hand me the matches, After summer, at "Dunedin," the
She pushed the door wide open and and is done with colored'thread..
suggestion. please? hamestate the Hudson
stepped inside. The temperature of on any- Begin at the top of the second
"Sheer magic," ,Kate said dryly. thing in the nature of an "escapade"was
the room was warmer than the air veil I tuck. Catch it to the tuck at the
I realities to
glimpsed mingling enlivening.TQ .
"Alice-in-Wonderland and the Arabian -
been left with
outside, as though there'd a three stitches. Work
her perceptions in a roseate mist. Oil in the ( BE CONTINUED)
Nights. lamps fire
fire, she thought fleetingly and dismissed Six separated her from the a from the top down along each
laid-or maybe wish-fulfillment ,did
the idea absurd. The cab- tuck shown. The' stitch
as Deaf Lack Care as at B
she the cabin
had at People
summer spent I'm "
it. Anyway not kicking.
in had been closed for three years, with is made by sliding the needle
... six crowded years filled com- Gay took the box of matches with- Given Other -
died. Handicapped
since Uncle John Not very plexities of which she had, then, ... along inside the tuck
securely closed, though. The pale been unaware, the six importantyears out meeting Kate's glance. The implication Dr. Augustus J. Hambrook' mem- NOTE: If you like to do hand -

::1 rectangles in the wall were win- which had produced the Gabriella now, was perfectly clear. ber of the New York state com- work you will want a copy of Mrs.

:. dows. Shouldn't there have been she was at twenty-one. She Kate thought-Astonishment sharp- mission on the hard of hearing and Spears' Book 2. It contains direc-
something-shutters, boarding, ened into indignation. She resented tions for making 42 embroidery
perhaps should have known. It was futile to deaf, says efforts to improve the
;V ? A question, startling in implication attempt to recapture a lost emotion, having her motives questioned. A condition of the 'deaf "encounter a stitches with their'' authentic

: just touched the edge of sad to go back denial sprang to her lips. She forced great obstacle because there is no names. Also illustrations of five
her mind- back the words. Never deny or ex- of fabrics
"' popular instinctive'' sympathy for processes mending ;
"Are there ? Kate asked.
plain. People got at you if you let doll clothes and
"Is that a wood-range? Kate I' them. making gift
is "Of course. The mist of intro- defenses down she reminded
asked. your "We all help the cripple across the items. Books are 10 cents each ,
spection cleared. Gay felt Kate herself In affronted silence "
,.t;' "Yes," Gay replied. "Do you again* street," the physician said. "The please order by number-No. 1, 2,
her knew that Kate the
watching was
she the beneath
ignited shavings
K, think we can manage it?" blind man groping his way finds ev- 3 and 4* Each book contains an
aware of some preoccupation withheld of wood.
.'" "Certainly," Kate said with confl- and unshared Her fingers I eryone's hand outstretched t01\protect assortment of 32-pages of cur-
"Our guardian angel has slipped him but the whose tains; slip covers; rag rugs; toys;
dence. "On second thought, though beside ; person Bearing \ -
groped against the wall the I
though, Kate said still in
who cuts the wood?" up, atone is impaired-he is just regarded gifts and novelties for bazaars.
: door. Then she laughed, a clear '
of skeptical amusement. nuisance." With order for four bookletsyou
; "We'll buy it cut or have boy amused laugh of candid surprise."There's as a
a, "These boots certainly won't fit either Hambrook said many advances will receive a FREE set of
\ out from the village." no electricity, she said. or me." Her voice altered.
you have been made in early discoveryof three Quilt Block patterns of Mrs.
.'-. "That relieves my mind. I'm not "Kerosene lamps, my friend." "Who is it, Gay?" she asked witha children suffering from hearing Spears' Favorite Early American

so good with an ax." "Will there be kerosene? We directness which could no longerbe defects. He said at least 2 per cent\ Quilts. Send orders to: .

', Kate pressed against Gay's shoul- should have gotten a supply at the evaded. of the school population has some '

der to look into the room. "What's store." "I don't know." degree of hearing impairment."If MRS. RUTH WYETH SPEARS

J:. the apparatus for?" she asked in "I forgot the light situation." Gay "Someone is living here." the public knew how much improvement '; Bedford Hills Drawer 10 New York

/ an interested voice. moved away from the door. "Keep "Obviously." can be produced by education I Enclose 10 cents for one book, or

;,,' The flashlight disclosed a table your fingers crossed and I'll see." "Who is it?" Kate repeated. in lip reading, as well as by 40 cents for four books and set of quilt

.. oil in the "I told I didn't know." Gay scientific advances in medical >block patterns.
;;" with a porcelain top on which There was lamp on the you
were A box of matches watched small active flames licking; of the the Name .......:.......................
test-tubes table. lay con- knowledge ear, problemof
jars, an object which .............
the Address ................
might be an alcohol stove, an as- veniently at hand. Gay placed the up against logs. helping these citizens would not

sortment of bottles. The built-in flashlight on the table so that its be so difficult," Hambrook said.

bed was neatly spread with blan- beam cut in a horizontal shaft Was she telling the truth? Kate "Popular apathy prevents many people

kets. There were no other furnish- across the room. As she removed watched Gay rise, swiftly, grace- from knowing that they can get

ings except a straight wooden chfcir. the shade from the lamp her eyes fully, from her kneeling position op help from the means which are (jLD} FOLKS

"Strange odor," Kate said, sniff- traveled along the bar of light, saw the hearth. She had no reason to now at hand. Yet statistics show ,

S:;. ing. "Smells like a hospital or a in the clear circle against the heartha doubt her, she thought, backing 'up that the problem of the hard of Here Is Amazing Relief of
chemist pair of muddy boots."There's to the warmth of the fire. In the hearing involves 4 per cent of the Conditions; Due to Sluggish Bowels

A''c: : shop. oil," she said when the roster of Gay's short-comings, a dis population." )7-:. n __ 'IJ It you think al11antive8luJlJ1&tJIUTflUIJ
"Something Uncle John left, I sup- net alike just try this
,: all vagatabta laxatIve.
pose, Gay said entirely at ran- So mild, thorough refreshing invigorating. Dependable -
dom.I"Fluids for developing films, relief from side headaches bilious spells,
tired :feeling when associated with constipation.
perhaps, she added slowly. "He i ,
I Set a 2Sc box of NR from your
was interested in photography. He J Without Risk druggist Male the testthenU
cot'delighted return the box: to us. We will
had a great many hobbies. refund the purchase -

The explanation appeared to sat- priced That's fair. sCot
Two : NIt; Tablets today..
;;' isfy Kate. She made no further Keys I .. VTOKJOIIHOWAOIICMr

comment. It did not satisfy Gay

though on the surface it was plaus- Driving Force I
ible. Uncle John had been interested -

; in photography. But would the to a Cabin achieved Nothing without great enthusiasm.Emer&on. was ever.-

odor have remained in the room for a0..r vv. r .
fi''' three years? Wouldn't the fluids in

the bottles insecurely covered with :"

circles of gauze have evaporated An Exciting New Serial by .;i \\\I "// fiRST THOUGHT AT THE FIRST|
during the time that the cabin had WARPING OF INORGANIC PAIN
been closed? And what had test- :.1 : ]I OR COLDS DISCOMFORTS.

tubes to do with kodak films? Again, LIRA LARRIMREs i .,...ST.JOSEPH ASPIRIN
: and with greater insistence, the //JIU'I\\-\ ":'

f.' question startling in intimation s

forced its into her mind. Need of Patience
way /
Gabriella Graham, pampered and obstinate, yet lovable and
"These are the living quarters." Patience is a necessary ingre-
i :', Gay turned the light through a sec- warm-hearted, faces a new problem when she falls in love with a man she meets dient of,> genius.-Disraeli.

ond door opening from the kitchen again after lapse of many years. Already engaged to marry a childhood friend, she

}' at right angles to the first. The notion must choose between the two men. Her decision is one that will thrill you, one you'll
was absurd, she told, herself Malaria' iIIs' Fever
p.r steadyingly. The cabin was her'per- applaud. "Two Keys to a Cabin" is the dramatic, fascinating; story of a courageousgirl I

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in South Carolina and was erectedin
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and turn a TH6 'IDEA COMING, DOWN TO 4OINNE. nose.
rotates a windmill arrangementwith
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with yourself, and believing that "Excuse me,. sir, but. are you Mr. '

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distress. At the same time this medicine
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, how much better you feel by taking the Longfellow.
laxative that also puts Pepsin to work on
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-Senna with Syrup Pepsin at your ANYTHING WILL LIVE TO KISSES PROM ME- Iti f1f1

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lAndt favorable supports publicopinion that the treacherous ally of invention,
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I Commissary I' for the nine month's period than INTEREST INCREASING
BowlingAs Hager __m.......136 148 172 for the year of 1938-39 except in IN by M. M. Frost of Tampa, newly

Boone ............129 99 tons of freight carried which is AIR TRAVEL IN STATE elected vice-president of the Tampa

the Clewiston Bowling League Bass ................ 116 slightly shorter. There have been Chamber of Commerce.
nears the close of its ,:first tournament Waters ........... 129 132 114 584 pleasure boats put throughthis Tampa April 12 (FNS-Carl Two aviation concerns who will
there are three teams battlingfor Kolstad .......... 135 140 150 year as compared with 376 last Brorein, president of the State locate plants in the south are the
the three top positions with none Hayes ..........m. 122 90 year; 922 government craft as Chamber of Commerce, announced Monocoupe Corporation of St. Louis
of them having a cinch on any but Martin ......m... 132 against 595 last year; 24,201 is this week that due to the efficient which will establish at Orlando,
third place. These three teams in Total.......... 645 641 658 the registered tonnage of boats work of the Aviation Committee of and National Aircraft at San Antonio
the order of their standing at pres- locked through as compared with the State Chamber, the state as Texas.

ent are Moore Haven, Merchantsand Realty 21,044 in the preceding year and a whole has developed a greater interest -
,Wilson ............ 130 '186 123
High School. the freight carried this past nine in air travel and the manufacturing GUM FARMING
Bell ...........:.... 131 150 154
the Moore Haven team months is 3,439 against 3,498 for of aircraft in the state.
Although Swayne .......... 167 127 120 '
appears' to have a substantial lead Holstine ........ 152 153 178 the preceding year. "Proof of this is seen in the fact Mayo April 12: (FNS-A groupof
their loss of two out of three games Small ............ 82 Unless there is a rapid decline that no less than three large air- enterprising LaFayette county
to the High School here Monday Knight ....m.._ 100 111 I in the" waterway traffic the num- craft manufacturers are today con- farmers have embarked on a program '
night and a sudden slump in scoring ber of pleasure boats for this sidering or have already committed of "gum farming"
Total .......... 682 709 686Rojal'b which Is
in their past two or three twelve-month period will more themselves to a location in the adding materially to their incomesand
matches gives the other teams an than double that of 1938-39 for south," he pointed out, adding that which promises to form the
opportunity to, knock them off the Stallions "'...m 161 151 119 the traffic during the past :week extensive negotiations are under- basis of a profitable
Driggers .......... 153 163 107 enterprise for
matches has been the heaviest of the season. with several farmers
top before the final are way other manufac- ,similarly situated in ,other
played. The High School, taking McLaughlin 115 137 148J. Five pleasure boats, including the turers following widespread distri- parts of the state. '
three straight games from Royal'slast Holin'worth 122 136 120F. palatial yacht of, Briggs of the bution of an aviation brief prepared -

night, can see little opportunityof Holin'worth 166 116 165 Briggs-Stratton Motor Company, by the State, Chamber.
Total......... I
landing in the lead spot but will 659, were put through the bridge here Work of the State Aviation Com READ THE ADSBecause

make a battle for second. Merchant at one time Tuesday afternoon and mittee during 1940 will be directed

What will probably be the deciding -I Wilcox ............ 137 104 all spent the night at the local

match of the tournament will Logan ............ 155 118 114 I docks. There were seventeen plea- .
be between the Merchants and Schroeder. ........ 80 sure boats put ,through the locks ,

Moore Haven on the Moore Kelly .............. 143 118143 one day this week.

Haven alleys; Monday night. Markette ........ 116 135
This is the Merchants final matchof Martin ............ 173 122 t
the tourney and a clean sweepof George 172 137
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this match will put them onlya Total ........:.. 631 716 661 Umatilla, April-12 (FNS-The
few percentage points behind the Chamber of Commerce Harry-Anna Crippled Children's
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leaders. The Moore Haven team Ward '.............. 146 187 172 Home here has given specialized v/ '..

will still have two matches to play Clark .............. 116 treatment to more than 600 Florida
and unless it can make a clean I Weaver .......... 117 157 133, children since it was built in 1933. ,f'

sweep of both these matches the Lawrence ...... 120 109 138 Many, of these ,children were hope-

Merchants will take the top. Parkinson ...... 117 116 109 lessly crippled when they were .
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The final match or the tourney Ezelle 116 75 taken in for treatment but have

will be placed between the United Total ..........516 686 627 now been cured and are able to

States Sugar Corporation office Moore Haven walk.

team and 'the Moore Haven team on Settle ............147 126 122 The home is sponsored by the

the local alleys a week from Mon- Couse .............. 95' 126 Elks of Florida. It has facilitiesfor
day night. Bowden .......... 149 129 101 a medical and nursing staff, "
Standings at present are as follows Hardy ............ 127 156 114 departments of_ physical and occupational ..-'.
: Flanders ........ 135 102 therapy, dental clinic,

:Team W. L. Pct. Dowd ......m..... 143 139 private school, and facilities for "i "

Moore Haven ............ 27 6 .818 Total .....m..653 656 602 minor and emergency operations. '. 11-:,,. '

Merchants .................... 28 11 .71 S High School. When it opened seven rears ago, ",:':}
High School............. 26 13 ..667C. Waters ............ 139' 131 122 it had accommodations for 20 pa-
R. and D ............ 16 17 .485 Stone ............122 150 118 tients, but has been enlarged since
Royal's ........................ 17 19 .472 E., Von Mach -. 99 140 107 then to its present capacity of 74 '. .; !
U. S. S. C. ,................ 15 21 .417 Vaughn .......... 130 133 150 children.

Commissary............... 11 28 ..282C. Brantley ........ 118 132 162 Crippled children of underprivileged -

of C ...................... 7 32 .180 Total ..........608 686 659 circumstances between the ages
of two and sixteen years are ad-
High individual averages, figured mitted through, clinics Francis P. WhitehairIs
through Monday night's matchesare Waterway Traffic of surgeons.TRAFFIC or .upon recommendation -

as. follows: Ward, ''152.1;
Brantley, 150.6; Von Mach 148;' Increases This Year
Markette, 147; Waters, 144.6
INCREASE FOR THREE MONTHS the outstanding candidate for Governorof
. Holstine, 143.9; Dowd 143.1; F.
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Hollingsworth, 142.7 Kolstad,
It has been necessary for Tampa, April 12 (FNS The
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142.3 and Stallions, 142.1. I / Florida and because of the
people here to see accurate figuresto national increase in traffic fatalitiesover drawing ,power
High School know that the yachting season the United States has been

Waters __........ 125 115 156 of 1940, although late starting, is about 3 per cent over the 1939 of his personality and oratorical
' Stone .............. 132 ,146 140 by far the largest since the opening record, stated Asher Frank, Directorof ability

. Von Mach ...... 161 142 145 of the Cross-State, Waterwaybut the Florida Safety _Council.
;'.'" Vaughn ........._ 118 134 144 figures compiled this week and Florida, however, does not showan THE LARGEST CROWDS "

,.' Brantley ........,. 137 134 '158 released by the government engineers increase, but is holding her own.
: Total.......... 673 671 753 is the first, accurate data for In 1939 there were 54 people killed
:. Rojal'sDriggeis ; I the year. during the month' of March, and everywhere are turning out to hear his, plan

,- \........ 123 .141 119 Lockmaster Fred A. ,Flanders i the same number were killed dur-

S'> McLaughlin .... 130 '139 160 stated Wednesday that from the ing March this year-which maybe for a United Florida under a business-like

J. Holin'worth 102 133 154 eginning of the fiscal year, July I a good record for the nationas
c r : F. Holin'worth 135 98 121 1, 1939 to April 1 of this year a whole, but very poor record

F: Stallions '''''''' 116 154 140 there had been 2134 lockages at I for the State of Florida. An analysisof administration.

,\.; Total ..........606. 665 694 Lock No. 1 as compared with, 1715 those killed during March shows
w ;. ---- for the entire fiscal year ending that everyone of the 54 lives were
Chamber of Commerce. the first of July in 1939. The total unnecessarily sacrificed that five
:k' : Ward ............ 135 169 ".28 ; It's Whitehair
number of boats involved in these of those killed actually into EverywhereThis
.. ran
Clark ............118 136 121
lockages was 1898 for this year'sninemonth trains. The most
J-; Weaver ............ 106 105 108. part
I period as compared of the record is that there were
Lawrence ........ 141
104 112 : with 1423 for the preceding twelve a number of children killed. These ( advertisement is paid for by local friends of Whitehair)
Parkinson .... 148 97
4' months. children, for the most
Total.......... 648 611 592 part were
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