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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 26, 1940
Publication Date: 1928-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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VOLUME 11; NUMBER 20 CLEWISTON, FLORIDA. FRIDAY APRIL SO, 1940 SUBSCRIPTION $2.00 PER YEARCrossState :'
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Waterway To Clewiston Have Bar New To Home First Lady Visits Azucar '



Touch Clewiston When Village Alter Inspecting '
Materials arc on the ground and ;
'construction will be started the first


I 8-Foot Channel Is Dug adjacent of Bussey the of week to a new the by business present Contractor building building Paul FSA Migratory Camps, ;:I


0 in which the Clewiston Bar is loca- () -
NEW CHANNEL- INTO LAKES' ted which will house, the bar upon ( PRAISES CAMPS BUT SAYS =*'

TO BE DUG NORTH FROM Landowners Protest its completion.The Work Started'On CONDITIONS OUTSIDE :'t
HURRICANE GATE new structure will have a DEPLORABLEMrs.
Excelsen ContractA twenty-five 'foot front and will be New Baseball ParkAll
The present lake route of the seventy-five feet deep to be builtof Franklin D. Roosevelt, who
which misses is said to have visited state ,
Cross-State Waterway concrete blocks. The foundation of Block 111 in the south- I every ; .
Clewiston several miles ,will be group of 75 Everglades land- will be of heavy concrete and the west section of the townsite, laid in the union with one exception and ,
changed In the event that congress owners, said to have represented front will be stuccoed. Cost of the out originally for an athletic field, has looked into every: nook and
;. provides' money for the deepening of 260,000; acres of Everglades muck building is, estimated at $4,000. has been chosen as the site of the cranny of the land in the past seven
the waterway from a six-foot con- land not Including the holdingsof Peter Chagaris, owner of the bar new baseball diamond and work years paid her first visit to the Y.
trolling depth to an eight-foot any large landowners, met 'at stated this morning that he felt has already started to prepare It Everglades area and the shores of (
depth and traffic will be routed to I Belle Glade Tuesday night to, pro- like the growth of Clewiston demanded ': for play this summer. Lake Okeechobee Wednesday ::
the hurricane gate at Clewistonand test against the employment of a better bar than the one The weeds and brush on the :. mOf"l:1:1\
then across the lake to the I Carl Excelsen of Miami as fiscal he now 'has and he was anxious to tract are being cut off this week Arriving in Miami at 5:30

St. Lucie canal. agent to the board for the purposeof have it ready for use by the latter by the city and through the cooperation by plane for a lecture engagement Y
This information was containedIn working: out a refunding plan for part of the summer.A of the sugar corporationand that evening she was met soon after ,<
the request of MajorGeneralJulian Everglades Drainage indebtedness.The feature of the new place will those who are interested In her arrival by John Beecher, FSA :; '
L. Schley, chief of army be that withina supervisor of the new federal ','
group took the position that a spacious and beautifully appointed baseball it is expected
engineers, for an appropriation of the commissioners of the drainage cocktail lounge with a private short time the tract will be migatory labor camps, at Belle ;::'
$208,000 to carry on this work district could deal with bondholders side .entrance so' that, those levelled off and sodded and by the Glade and Nelson Cruikshank, administrative '
made this week to congress. without the services of a fiscal agent using the lounge will not necessarilyhave beginning of the summer will be officer of migratory .?i
Most of the new work to be done and fears were expressed that hir- to pass through the bar. in shape for play. camps and they brought her to .-
to deepen the channel to eight- ing of Excelsen would not protectthe When the bar is moved into the Interest in baseball has been increasing the 'glades to inspect the two {t

foot depth would be the construc- landowners against the rever- new location Mr. Chagaris says in the past few weeks new camps recently opened. I i.
tion of a new channel for approxI- sion to the state of all lands against that the present quarters will be and it is expected that a meetingwill The First Lady and her party .r;
mately two miles straight north which tax certificates are outstanding rented. be called within'a short timeto arrived at the migratory camp for !. ',+j

from Clewiston hurricane gate to on June 30 of this year. I organize a team. Plenty of negroes at 11:30 a. m. and then ;

intersect the old channel which A committee' from this group, i good material is available and one continued on the the Osceola camp ,:';1J
would be improved to some extent headed by Luther Jones, met with BANQUET ENDS FIRST of the best teams ever to represent for whites. She expressed herselfas S
and followed In a northeasterly Governor Fred) P. Cone 'at Fort Clewiston is expected to take the 'highly pleased with the two ,
direction to the point where it intersects Myers following his talk Wednesday field this summer. camps and stated that they were ':;}

the present route northof night 'and they said the governor BOWLING TOURNEYOF Prospective; players include: far ahead of those erected in Cali- ,
Ritta Island. had requested that the drainage Pitchers: Halson Avant, E. H. fornia to house the "oakies" of (

I The present lake route followsthe board take no action on refundinguntil Holstine, Everett Forbes, ,Bud Grapes' of Wrath .fame. Mrs. Roosevelt .\
levee canal from Moore Havento he had an opportunity to con- LOCAL LEAGUE Vaughn and Marvin Cross; catchers: showed particular interest lu :
Liberty Point and there the sider the measure. Ed Clark, Ray Bass, ,Jack Hollings- the nursery school at Belle Glade ,.:
Myakka. floodway channel is usedto worth, O. T.- Hayes; Outfielders: A. for the children of the migratory ':
The contract given to Excelsenby
carry traffic to the open lake. There were few members of any .C.. Carlton, Sandy Bell, Junior workers and asked many questionsof .'1
the' board was sent to attorney
As this channel is now barely six of the eight '''bowling teams of the Waters. Red Hawkins; Jimmy Miss Barbara Blakely, the super'j
General Gibbs for approval. Mr. '
feet engineers feel that it will be Clewiston league absent 'when the Weaver and C. W. Muldrow; Infielders intendent. She told :Miss Blakely
Gibbs. recommended several changesand '
less expense to dig the new eight- call to dinner was sounded last : Ed Ward, Bobby Hare, J. that she considered it "a splendid ;
the contract must now be returned -
foot channel out from Clewiston night for the banquet at the Clew- B. Brantley, Munselle Stone, Ed project and a fine example of com- ::
to the board for consideration. '
-
-...than to attempt to improve; the '- iston Inn which officially ended;,the Von Mach, Coburn Moore, Frank munity co'operation." '
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Myakka .channel; A coupler- Everglades'- 'first "'bowling' tourna::"Hbllingsworth,- Owen 'Wlnn; LeRoy "I'olTow;i>*:.:.t the] 'camp insp'ciJC -"( '.4i

spots in the lower Caloosahatcheeand Senior Play Delights ment. Hare and Jimmy Harper. Mrs. Roosevelt and members of the :j'
in the St. Lucie,is all the' dredging It :was strictly ,a stag affair and FSA staff enjoyed luncheon on

required to reach the eight- Record ,Audience 'the group of some, sixty men en- Clewiston Program the veranda of the clinic building
foot contour. joyed it to the fullest.: The com- after which they started back *o
I Yacht traffic has increased tremendously mittee in charge of arrangements Over WJNO Given Miami by way of Canal Points I
Wednesday NightOne
each year and it is believed had overlooked very little to make At Canal Point Mrs. Roosevelt
that this improvement will the affair ultra-informal and the Tuesday Morning stopped for an inspection of the \

bring a great many of these boats of the largest crowds ever guests were no sooner seated than J Azucar Plantation Village of the

into Clewiston in future seasons. to attend a school play in Clewis- trick matches began to explode, Clewiston's second time on the (Continued on Page 10)
water from trick
i ton gathered in the new high school began dripping air, over station WJNO of West I
goblets and some accepted freely Gratton George Is
Name. Is Chosen auditorium Wednesday evening for Palm Beach Tuesday
. the annual Senior Class play, a, profferred cigars and cigarettes onlyto while a shorter program morning'l
screaming three-act farce "Thos light them and have them ex New Post-office Clerk
For New March one given over WFTM of Fort
plode.
Lovely Ladies". There was an Myers a few weeks ago was never-
estimated attendance of four hun- Following the dinner M. E. Von
theless much enjoyed by listenersand Gratton H. George has just received -
Although the name chosen fora dred, including school children and Mach, as master of ceremonies, took by the large crowd that assem- his appointment as regular
new march, written by Prof. F. the receipts were more than a hun- over and first warned all those bled in front of the Clewiston Inn clerk in the Clewiston postofficeto

G. Sturchio and dedicated to the dred dollars. present if they had any'' complaintsthat during the broadcast.The fill the vacancy that has existed
United States Sugar CorporationBand ,The leads in the play were taken the waste basket'would: be, program, lasting from 8:151 since the resignation of Mrs
was not submitted by any of by J. D. Hooker as Danny Ashton passed around that they might be to 8:30 a'. m., was sponsored by George Crow due to illness.
the contestants for the cash award, and Edythe Cornette as Jeanette deposited'' therein and disposed Montgomery: Ward and Company of This regular clerk's position was
those contestants who came closest I Hobart the girl with whom he was of in the proper manner. As West Palm Beach through the co added to the' local office last July
to the name, "Everglades Sugar. madly in love but who 'did not return he made mention of the fact thatit operation of the local Chamber of when the office took on a second- ,
March" will have the prize money his regard. In an effort to was the first birthday of the Commerce. class rating. Mr." George was given
divided between them, the con- increase her regard a group of his league E. M. McCoy came in The opening number was a his civil service rating following a
test committee announced today. fraternity brothers agreed to im- the south door of the dining room spiritual,. "Good News" by the competitive examination for the
The contest has been open for personate Follies girls to flirt' with attired as a Western Union mes- Plantation Choral Singers after position.Mr. .
several weeks with a cash prize of him and arouse Jeanette's jealousy. senger, delivering a birthday geet- which the 'announcer interviewed George, for more than a
five' dollars offered for the best These four fake chorus girls, Louis ing to' the master of cermonies and Mayor F. Deane Duff. Mr. Duff gavea year has served as manager of
name. After the close of the con- Leiter, Dick Patterson, Bert Schultz at his request sang, in a not-too- brief talk on the development of the new Standard Service Station
test last night the committee was and Dick Owen were enough in harmonious baritone "Happy Birth- Clewiston during his residence here near the Inn and is one of the
faced with a tough job in piekln? themselves to make the play an day To You". and the attractiveness or the town, most popular young business men of
a winner and finally decided Mr. Von Mach'next read an commercial advantagesbut
upon assured success and the audience not only for the community.
the plan mentioned above.. was convulsed with laughter original poem in which he panned because of the splendid hunting I I r Mr. George, Mrs A. W. Sias

The cash will be divided between throughout: the time they stayed on In a very clever manner each mem- and fishing to be found here. and 1Irs.A.. W. Lawrence attendeda
Phillip McLeod of Bare Beach and 'the stage. Other parts were taken ber of each team starting with the Asked why he came to Florida from meeting of clerks of second-class
Miss Mary Moore of the U. S. by Walter Zuhn, Munselle Stone, winners and continuing on downto St. Louis to make his home, Mr. post offices of this section held iu
Sugar Corporation stenographic A. D. Frith, Maxine Doty, Lee the cellar team. G. Small's "Har- Duff replied that he came to "makea the American Legion Hall in Pa-
corps. The contest was open to Pridgen, Marie Robbins and lem Twist" bowling stance was living." hokee Friday evening. M. E.
I everyone except members of the Florence Graham. referred to and brought a roar of Jay W. Moran, vice-president and Gatlln and Ernest Abel of West
contest committee. Between acts music was furnishedby laughter. general manager of the U. S. Sugar Palm Beach attended and enlisted
Edith Prevatt Prizes were next presented, the next interviewedand
Graham Carlton Corporation was clerks of the Clewiston and Pa-
and James "Lean- first team prize of thirty dollars his talk concerned prin-
City RegistrationWell Lolley singing was hokee offices as members of the
ing On The Old Top Rail" and "I being given to Carr Settle, captainof cipally with the growth, of the sug- state and national federation of
I Over 1,000 Get The Blues When It Rains". the Moore Haven team, the ar industry in the 'glades and with Post Office Clerks. This organization -
Florence Graham sang, "I Had A second of twenty dollars to Ed those factors that had prevented is open only to clerks of second-
Dream". Munselle Stone presentedMrs. Markette captain of the Merchants'team even more extensive expansion, the offices.
Figures released this week by Agnes Thomas, class sponsor and the third of ten dollarsto restrictive quotas.D. class post

I Supervisor of Registration John L. and play director with 'a bouquetof Ed Von Mach captain of the G. Alston, as chairman of the Plot Near Sugar House
Hall following the close of registra- roses In the second intermission. High School team. Mr. Von Mach board of county commissioners, next
tons last Saturday show that 1107 Considerable then explained that the medals for of the
praise is due the gave a brief description For PlantingThe
Democratic voters are registered In director Mrs. Thomas and Mrs. high Individual averages had failedto advances made in the communityin Prepared
Clewiston precinct, No. 1'. There Ben Miyares, her assistant for their arrive but presented each winner the past few years and the op-
were also nine Republican registra- (Continued on rage 10) tract of land' just
ad-
large
work with the 'cast as well as to portunities for still greater
tions from this precinct. the cast, each member of which vancement.J. north of the sugar house of the
ST. LUCIE
The total registration for the played his part in an excellent ALMOST LOCKS HALF DONE E. Beardsley, as president of United States Sugar Corporation
county is 2,529 of which 361 'are I manner. Mrs. M. M Prewltt arranged the Kiwanis Club, confined his remarks between the highway and the commissary -
in precinct 2, LaBelle, 612 in pre- the stage settings and The contract for the new St. to a resume of the program warehouse has been graded
cinct 3, LaBelle, 171 in precinct took care of the make-up work Lucie canal locks at the site of which had been adopted by that and plowed and will be planted in,
4. Denaud and 278 in Felda No. 5. thus contributing largely to the I present lock 2 is approximatelyfifty club for the coming 3'ear-voca- some crop which can he dehydratedand
One Republican registration: was!' success of the program. per cent complete and is tional agriculture in the school used as a cattle feed when
shown In precinct 2, nine In three Following the play a receptionwas about seventeen days ahead of civic beautification and the securingof mixed with molasses.
two in four and three in flve- held for the seniors in the schedule it was stated this week a community house. The exact crop to be planted on

CARTER TO SPEAK audirorium sponsored by their by Carawan Nelson, U. S. Engineerin The Plantation singers next gave this tract has not as yet been determined -
mothers. Others attendting were charge of the lake project. another spiritual after which Miss but several varieties of
I< Jerry n. Carter, candidate for Mrs. Thomas, Mis. Miyares, Mr Sheet piling are almost: all driven Betty Rpicer was chosen from the grasses and feed crops are being
United States Senator, will speak Hall, Miss Alice Steinholtz, Mr. and 1 and about sixty per cent of con- group of girls in the crowd to blanted to provide capacity produc-
In Clewiston Monday April 29. Mrs. C. E. Miner Mr. and Mrs. S. I crete has been poured. The struc- speak a few words and John tion for the new dehydrator whichis
The hour of the talk has not as A. Graves and Principal R. W. ture is scheduled to be completedby Tiedtke, Independent cane grower ( being set up near the sugar house
yet been announced, Vj Turk i\ February 5 of next year. was also interviewed. for .experimental purposes.



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Sunshine'May


Nature, History and Custom Be Harmful to \ vg1miies


Add to May Day's Importance Lung DisorderBy


EN
Throughout medieval and modern history End of Worries

May Day-May 1- has been increasingly y w % DR. JAMES W. BARTON Phyllis-Were you nervous
(Released by Western Newspaper Union.) when
DIPLOMATIC TWIST important as a day of festival George proposed?

and fun, a day which marks the ? : } IT MUST come as a shock to I Mabel-No, dear. That's when

WASHINGTON.-Fate has a way beginning of a new year : $' !fityM many to be told that the stopped being nervous.

of playing pranks with the most Here of its of the sun not only
carefully laid plans of diplomacy, are some rays may There are two ways of lookingat

and it has given two queer twiststo importantevents not be of help to everyone but every question-your wife's
Roosevelt's diplomatic appoint- : can be actually j and the wrong one.

ments. harmful to some TODAY'S
One was when he thought he was individuals. And Real Difficulty
putting 70-year-old Wilbur J. Carron HEALTH Doctor-Have you ever had
the shelf by making him minister if there is one dISease 'rouble with dyspepsia?

to the then secluded country where we COLUMNhave Patient-Only once.

:; of.Czecho. Slovakia, but found in- .,- thought the "And when was that?" .
stead that he had sent Carr to the "When I tried to spell it."'.
the it
rays of. sun were helpful, ;
hottest hot spot in Europe.
k.
is in tuberculosis.Dr. .
Mrs. PER HOLE
The other was when he sent
:: J. Borden Harriman to'the peace- B. Hudson, London, in

,;' ful and obscure capital of Norway, r Tubercle, states that the sun

where a lady diplomat could make m is a powerful means of treat-
few mistakes, but recent events find \ '.
ing certain disorders
: Daisy in the middle of the war zone- espe-
!'-:' and enjoying it.Furthermore. cially beneficial in cases of

::,:. and according to a 'surgical tuberculosis and certain
state department which is definitely other chronic surgical conditionsthat

are not tuberculous, but "pa,

May Day throughout much of the world is observed by workmen, tients with tuberculosis of the lungs t-\
should be allowed to take
but nowhere so much as in Soviet Russia. Above: Students march in the never sun 'What. was your score?" asked
baths dan-
as they are definitely
annual May Day parade, in which more than half a million persons par' gerous." the one golfer of the'second who
was returning to the clubhouse.
ticipated. Sun bathing, however, may be used "Seventy-two."

when of the surgical type-knee, "Excellent for a beginnerl""Not !

G'i T5T1tUIici.5. hip where the so bad," said the novice,

4r'.K / process is ,slow and hiding his pride, "but I hope to
; just in the ones do better at the second hole." :
% place; it is also useful -
'
', r'. n risy when the
-
process
perky traveler entered the
M': > is quite slow.
office without ceremony. Said the
Unsupervised sun big business man: "It is the in-
/" bathing can certainly -
variable custom of this office to
k' s light
ga up
$ make an appointment with my
? : (make it start I
secretary before seeing me, andI
'le again) an unsus- "
-
pected tuberculousDr. "Oh, that's all right. I've triedto
Barton spot on the lung. "
\l but she's all booked up.
\ When tuberculosisis

; of the scattered typedifferentspots
: in the lung-and especially if Heavy GoingA
MRS. J. BORDEN HARRIMANA the patient has "feverish" attacks, young man was invited to a :

'qulef post in Norway? In Hawaii, May Day is also "Lei Each May 1 the President traditionally exposure to the sun should be strict- dance. Having been accepted bya

prejudiced against lady diplomats, Day," the annual flower festival declares Child Health day. ly avoided, as it is likely to spreadthe danced pretty together girl as for a partner some ,time they;

Mrs. Harriman is doing an excellent the Federal state and local health officials condition.
the ,
,. marking peak of season. after which the man thanked her.
;
;; job-in fact, a much better job than and However, even in tuberculosis of
Traditionally, all classes of peoplewear plan community projects "It was lovely," he said, "andI
: of other ministers pleni- the
some our examinations. lungs, when a patient whose "
leis. physical shall always remember it.
'f'
potentiary. is slow in becoming cured
progress "
"I said the girl. "Ele-
see,
Mrs. Harriman also is 70 ry1 r..w
years sun bathing may be tried, as it may "
old, though few people who have S i give a little stimulus or increased phants never forget.

'. ., ever 'watched hertireless energy action which, by stirring up the
: I would ever guess it. In-Hhose: 70 body's defenses, may bring aboutan

ti',\,, years she has seen more riders earlier cure. THE AVJfUl PRiCf YOU PAY
come and go on Washington mer- Now the above information does

.".". ry-go-round than almost any other 4 Y!; ti not mean that the sun is not help-

dowager of capital. society. ful, because as a matter of fact,
fGN: RVOUS
'" we do not get enough of it. The
:' Scrambled Dinner Parties.
; B
sun builds up the blood, by increas-
> Florence
"Daisy, whose real name is -
ing the amount of iron in it, stirs
,)'',' Jaffray Harriman, became famous up and removes congestion Read These Important Facts!
every-
during the Harding, Coolidge where in the Quivering nerves can make you old baggard,
and Hoover administrations as a body, prevents cranky-can make your life a nightmare of
"rickets" in children, and raises the jealousy, self pity and "the blues."
, lone Democrat who lived only for of3 Often such nervousness is due to female
morale and well all of
being' us,
functional disorders. So take famous LydiaE.
'j the pleasure of baiting the reigning
I' Pinkham's Vegetable Compound to help F
Republicans. made them like it. calm unstrung nerves and lessen functional
: Her deliciously scrambled dinner Dizziness May Be giving"irregularities.Pinkham's" For Compound over 60 has years helped relief-tens

( parties became legendary. She in- G of thousands of grandmothers, mothers and
. daughters "in time of need." Try *tf
: vited naive and unsuspecting Republicans ,Result of AnxietyA
..f: placed them beside such ra- Beginning May 1 is the peak 30 California's trout season opens

': pier debaters as Sen. Tom Walsh, days for tornado frequency. Also May 1, which is called "rainbow PATIENT told his physician Evil Offspring

Sen. Burton Wheeler and Charley this month the hurricane season day" at Bishop, Cal. Above: Two that he had a feeling that he Jealousy is said to be the off-

:t Michelson, then after dinner, pushed starts in the Caribbean, endangering Hollywood starlets start out for was going to fall, that he would be spring of love. Yet, unless the
back the chairs and made them unable to walk another block. The
go
makes haste to stranglethe
Gulf and Atlantic ,coasts. their first, day's fishing., parent
to it. physician tested his and his
I eyes
____ ,_,.. .. _... A.MA_m _"'. um.y.w .y' 'V"--"._V__'" .. .__ .. .uuuu .... ....... and finding them normal child, the child will not rest
hearing, till it has poisoned the parent.-
She Fought Roosevelt.It advised the patient to walk to the Hare.

was a political paradox that physician's office on his way home
having kept Democratic enthusiasm each evening for one week. As the

flaming during the lean and hungry 4234 patient did not fall for the entire 11ir //: fiRST CHOICE OF MILLIONS.

years from Harding to Hoover, Mrs. week, the physician pointed out thatit THEIR FIRST THOUGHT FOR
Harriman at first should have been was worry or anxiety that was :::: 1st COLDS DISCOMFORTST.JOSEPH

unrewarded by the Roosevelt ad- causing the dizzy or falling sensa- ///111I\\','... ASPIRIN

ministration.There tion., The patient admitted that he
was an interesting reason was treasurer and vice president
: for this. Daisy had been an ardent of his organization and that the fall- Condition as CharacterHe

opponent of Franklin D. Roosevelt ing off in business was keeping him that has character need haveno
before the 1932 convention. She had awake at nights. 'fear of his condition: Char-

worked vigorously for Newton D. acter will draw conditions after
) This dizziness, falling sensation,
t Baker, and led a faction of the District it.-Beecher.
:, feeling as if walking on air, is not
of Columbia delegation in voting -
i uncommon in those who are anxiousor
ft', against Roosevelt at Chicago.So .- worrie'd. .
.. when Roosevelt adopted the
:. ,May 'Arise From Double. Vision. AT 'I oil
I
policy'of awarding his "B. C. (Be- GOOD
: fore Chicago) friends, Daisy was out Dr. W. Russell Brain of London, STORES oRUG ,
.' of luck. She remained out of luck in the British Medical Journal, in
,..: for five years, despite many efforts On May 1 many veterans' groups observe the anniversary of Admiral speaking of,ocular or eye vertigo or somE LApGE ,tau ,

,i: by powerful friends to win her an Dewey's battle of Manila bay, which took place in 1898. Above: Admiral dizziness says: /H.1Ni.1St

;;, appointment in the Roosevelt fold. Dewey and the tomb where:he is buried, a shrine visited each year on "Dizziness may arise from double l

I;. Finally, thanks to the persuasive Dewey day. vision due to paralysis of certaineye

( influence of Sumner Welles, Roose- muscles or from inability to 1 ltutgs lPSSedReliee
velt relented. Daisy Harriman was -' -- -- -S adapt the eye to an unusual envi-

I appointed Envoy Extraordinary and ronment such as a rapidly moving

t Minister Plenipotentiary to Norwaya train or on looking down from a .
: quiet and unimportant post to height." '

\ which it was considered safe to senda Aural or ear vertigo is very com- Way of Literature

woman. S mon and due to a number of ear Literature does not please by ,
.
: conditions, infected, teeth, tonsils, moralizing us; it moralizes us be-

I Will Rogers. and sinuses, to a disturbance of the cause it pleases.-Garrod.
f Will Rogers has been demoted. balancing canals, and to too much ,
j His statue no longer stands in the
fluid or water in the tissues. When
i rotunda of the Capitol. ; ear or aural dizziness persists, Dr. For ONLY 10/Now
: A few 'days ago the statue was Brain recommends: .

i moved out of the rotunda, and was t sYLxa (a) Removal of all infection in Less than
not even given in, the adja- z ,
; space teeth, tonsils, sinuses or elsewhere.b .
cent Statuary hall. ( ) Cutting down on the amountof
In this hall, where only one figureis $ .. ymm liquids to 1% pints daily.c (!, ITtlf ryr '

admitted from each state, Rog- ( ) Phenobarbital, % grain two or
ers was second comer to Oklahoma's kji'
,,, iy.ra.Jww..ks. three times daily.d .
famous Indian in- : +:
Sequoia, ( ) Lumbar puncture which a
ventor of the Cherokee alphabet. May 1 is moving day in big cities. Is the biggest day in the year means taking some of the fluid from

Rogers was placed in a corner in In New York alone an estimated for "queens." One of this year's is the spinal canal and brain.If dose'I
the narrow hallway leading to the a
240,000 and Suzanne Sommers none of these help, then divid- 1 17p
house wing. He has not lost his persons move bag baggage pretty who presides -
smile and his slouch, but he hag to new homes, leased for not at the May festival of Duke ing the nerve supplying to rid the the patient ear may of 1

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By HAROLD L.. LUNDQU1ST, D. D. The Questions The Answers
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1. What official of a national 1. The temporary chairman.

political convention is called the 2. Mrs. Rutherford B. Hayes, I
Lesson for April 28 keynoter? who substituted lemonade for

2. What First Lady ,was referred wines at the White House.

Lesson subjects and Scripture texts selected to as "Lemonade, Lucy"? 3. The bark is an artificial de
and copyrighted by InternationalCouncil 3. Is the bark of the dog naturalor velopment. After becoming domes-
of Religious Education; used by
permission. a development? ticated dogs began barking.

4. Is the Finnish language a 4. No, it is more directly relatedto

ISAIAH COMFORTS Scandinavian tongue? Japanese, Turkish and Mongo
AN AFFLICTED PEOPLE 5. What are the reflections on lian.

water. made by moonlight called? 5. Moonglades.
LESSON TEXT-Isaiah 40111. and 6. What is the oldest continuously 6. It is believed to be Oraibi
GOLDEN TEXT-God Is our refuge
, strength a very present help in trouble.- inhabited, community in. the Ariz., an Indian village in existence -
Psalm 46:1."Comfort. United States? I since 1370.OCedar.


ye, comfort ye my
people, saith the Lord," knowing as
He: alone can the great heart sob Strange Facts

of sorrow, pain, and disappointmentwhich

arises to Him from His Reveal Fur Frauds ,
people everywhere. No study of
God's Word which omits His tender Stimying Annoyers
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word of comfort is in any sense com- Expensive Checking
plete. No teacher or preacher who Ur

fails! to bring that message to his C. With the aid of microscopes, it, lady!

, i people is declaring the full counselof microtomes, chemicals and spe- Then you WON'T raise cloudsof

God. No more appropriate pas- cial lights, a New York scientist dust when YOU dust
sage could be chosen for presentingthat who specializes in the detection of

CHOCOLATE UPSIDE-DOWN CAKE AN UNUSUAL DESSERT truth than Isaiah 40. frauds in furs has discovered sev- Mom Once upon Sis a chasing time the the family dust around.joked about Now,
or
(See Recipes Below) The prophet spoke to a people who eral counterfeit coats that have when they dust,they pick up the furry dusty

Menus in skillet and heat to boiling. Pour 'were experiencing the bitter treat- been passed as genuine by other stuff;i it STAYS in the cloth.You add a dash
Spring
fur experts. He, can identify the O-Cedar Polish dustcloth
this tomato mixture over the roll; ment of their enemies. They were genuine to or
,the devastation their species of animal, the part of the mop,let it season a bit, and now your dust-
cover with a lid and bake in a moderately facing coun-
Planning meals can be fun, if hot oven ((350 degrees) for try and the deportation of its people world in which it lived and the cloth picks up and keeps the dust. Ask for

you'll let your imagination and your 13 2. to 1% hours, or until tender. into captivity. In such a desperateday season when it was killed by magnifying -
conscience be your guides! Meal Corned Beef Hash Patties. one might say that there could to 800 diameters one of its Q.l edar-

planning does require imagination 1 16-ounce can corned beef hash be no true word of comfort, but hairs and a piece of its skin about ]

and 'a bit of originality, tooif youdon't % cup chili sauce there was, and that word may well the size of a pinhead.<< Polish d
want the responsibility of three MOPS, WAX, DUSTERS, CLEANERS AND
8 slices bacon (cut in halves) encourage us to look up in this our
meals a day'to bea Place of corned beef hash in O-CEDAR FLY AND. MOTH SPRAYAgain
can confusing day. The Comforter of bore, and three refrigerator and chill thoroughly. Israelis ready to be our comforter.I. stage plays, movie scenarios and
meals a day with- ; Open can at both ends. Push corned radio scripts are fictitious and d I
out that touch of"something" The Source of Comfort (vv. 1-5)). Wounded
beef> hash out of can, slicing it in
cannot be called. They are givento
When time has the
dif %-inch slices. Place slices in buttered "God is our refuge and strength"Ps.46:1) assuaged
writers by the telephone com-
ferent can be bor' baking pan. Place 2 teaspoonschili ( "Behold your God" (Isa. panies to prevent curious callers wounds of the mind, he who unseasonably -
ing-to :you as each 40:9)). "Comfort saith God"v. reminds us of them
sauce on top of slice and ye, your subscribers.
from annoying
well as to your top with two half slices of bacon. ( 1). He is "the God of all com- opens them afresh.-Ovid.

family! A meal Bake in a moderately hot oven (400 fort" (II Cor. 1:3): The astonishing

may be properlyand degrees) for 10 minutes or until thing is that mankind is so proneto C.<< The men who are engaged USE THE OUTSTANDING BLADE VALUE
carefully corned beef hash slices are thor- -seek comfort elsewhere, turningto daily in cleaning London's 240 FINE SWEDISH STEEL
"balanced" from the of statues require three KE NT 7 Single Edgo Blades or 1 oC
standpoint oughly heated and bacon is crisp. God only when everything else public yearsto 10 Double Edge Blades
,, proteins and carbohydrates and vita- Johnny Cake or Corn Bread. fails rather than going to Him first learn the job because, among CUPPLES COMPANY ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI
mins and minerals-and still be a (Makes 1 Johnny Cake) of all. other things, they have to be able
drab and uninteresting affair. or to answer any questions about the
His comfort is abiding, for it restson Persistent Fool
That seems to be particularly true (12 Corn Meal Muffins) a removal of the source of all history of the statues put to them
in when likelyto \% white Any man may make a mistake; j
spring
appetites are cups yellow (or ) corn pain and sorrow, namely sin. The by passers-by.
be jaded, and you seem to be meal (uncooked) none but a fool will persist in it.-
day of Judah's comfort is to come
running out of menu ideas. Andthat's Vz cup general purpose flour audits of Cicero.
when her "iniquity is pardoned"v. exactly the time to try some- %' cup sugar ( 2). That is also the first step the books and other records of
thing different little trick to add 1 teaspoon salt
a
I for 'is to take in seeking comfort, companies with extensive branchesare .
newness and interest to 3A teaspoon soda A
soups; to repent and forsake our sin, seek- ''rarely ever undertaken, be-
a tasty and unusual meat dish;'and a' 1% teaspoons baking powder SS !
1 ing pardon in Christ. cause of: the work and expense. giJfJeUlVot
salad or dessert that makes use of egg
some of the refreshing spring vege- 1% cups sour milk The one who brings us God's com- For example one recent examination -
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tables and fruits. 3 tablespoons butter (melted) fort is Jesus Christ. Verses 3 to 5 of a large corporation's accounts 1340 WORLD'S FAIR

Just for variety, for instance, whenI Mix and sift dry ingredients into speak of His coming. John the Bap- although it was far from -stop at this modern and .
want to serve hot soup as the first mixing bowl. Combine beaten egg, tist was the voice and it was Jesus thorough, cost nearly 300000. convenient hotel between '

i course of a meal, I combine equal sour milk and melted butter and add for whom the way was to be pre- Collier's. Riverside & Central Parks

parts of canned consomme and tomato to; dry mixture. Stir lightly and pared (see Luke 3:4-6)). Jesus is PA Family Hotel with Family'Rates"

juice, simmer the resulting pour into greased shallow pan, muf- the Lord Jehovah, God Himself, the Happy Memory Rooms from $1.50
mixture for about 5 minutes with a fin tins or corn stick pans. Bake ina Son of God, and the bringer of God's
bay leaf for flavor, and serve it hot oven ((425 degrees) for 25 min comfort to men's troubled hearts.It Mankind are always happier for Hotel BELLECLAIRE

very hot with a spoonful of salted utes. is He who is revealed in this,pas having been happy; so that if you Broadway New York at 77th City Street

whipped cream sprinkled with Rhubarb Cream Tarts. sage in all of His glory and grace.II. make them happy now, you make Write NOW for World's Fair Bookleta
chopped chives or green onion tops. 1 tablespoon butter them happy 20 years hence by the
The,,Need of Comfort ( 6-8)).
And I serve green onions and crisp, 2 cups rhubarb (diced) w. memory of it.-Sydney Smith.
succulent radishes in place of the 1% cups sugar Man thinks he is great, wise, pow-
relishes I've used all winter. I use 2 tablespoons cornstarch erful and able to 'take care of him-

rhubarb for sauce or for dessert, 2 eggs (separated) 'self. William Henley expressed it in \
just as soon as the price comes down Vt cup thick sweet cream ;'his "Invictus,"

within reach of my budget; I shred V& teaspoon salt "I am the master of my ,fate, <
young carrots, or cut them in thin Melt butter, add rhubarb, and 1 I am ,the captain of my soul." idf7 ,
slivers, and cook them with an equal cup of the sugar. Cook slowly for is "
But God says, "Man as grass,
about 10 minutes
amount of onion, sliced fine; drain
and declares that when "the spiritof
them and season with salt, pepper or until the rhu- I
and butter. Or I cook carrots and barb is soft. Com' the Lord bloweth" on him he He likes his cigarettes SLOW-BURNING
\ fades and withers. We know that 1
potatoes together and mash them bine remaining .
just as I would for mashed potatoes, & fourth-cup of sug- God's witness is true. Boast as he 3' t -;
will in the hour of prosperity and :
to serve with the rich brown gravyof ar with the corn- 1
a pot roast. ; starch, the well strength, man knows in his heart

:: Here are three spring menus thatI ;,...D ;;::(V beaten,egg yolks, that when he faces the real issuesof : .,::. ,. Y THE CIGARETTE THAT SCORES
life he is utterly impotent, needy '
like. cream and salt.
WITH ME IS SLOWER'BURNING
and undone. Gerald Massey spoke
Menu No. 1. Add to fruit mixture and cook until
Corned Beef Hash Patties thick (about 3 minutes). Pour into more truly than William Henley CAMEL. THAT SLOWER BURNING

Spring Vegetable Salad bake tart shells. Top with meringue when he said, :4c .; IS IMPORTANT TO ME. IT MEANS
Hot Corn Bread made from the 2 egg whites, beaten "Surrounded by unnumbered foes
Rhubarb Dessert stiff, with 4 tablespoons sugar beaten Against my soul the battle goes!" EXTRA MILDNESS AND COOLNESSAND

Menu No. 2. in. Bake in a slow oven (300 degrees The man who has come to the end EXTRA SMOKING
Steak Roll ) until brown (about 18 minutes of himself and who realizes that -
Mashed Potatoes and Carrots ). there is neither in him nor in his l 4 ; .r PER PACK. YD WALK A MILE

Cabbage and Green Pepper Salad Porcupine Meat Balls. fellow mortals the strength to meet i FOR A SLOW-BURNING CAMELl'hi
Hot Rolls (Serves 6) life's struggles is ready for the min-
Chocolate Upside-Down Cakes 1 pound beef (ground) istry of God in Christ, forgiving,
s Menu No. 3. 1% cups rice (uncooked) cleansing, strengthening and com- < /I1?
, Economy Bridge MenuPorcupine % cup bacon (diced) forting. He has come to realize that
I 1 6" Meat 1 tablespoon onion (minced) "the grass withereth, the flower fad-
I Balls 1 tablespoon green pepper eth, but the word of our God shall
l
I ..... Potatoes. au GraGrilled (chopped) stand forever" (v. 8).
I % teaspoon salt recent laboratory tests, you take it for ,granted
I 1'- tin III. The Way of Comfort (vv. 9-11). BEFORE
'\ Mushrooms Dash pepper CAMELS burned 25%slow- getting all the pleasure
1 No. 2 Good tidings were proclaimedeven ,
tomatoes
can
er than the average of the there is in a cigarette,take a tip from .
Mix all ingredients thoroughly in in that dark hour of Judah'shistory.
:
We r f d Nut Bread order given. Form into small meat We have good tidings for 15 other of the largest-sell_ Joe DiMaggio's experience. Try th ethan
Plum Jelly our well. Let. declare ing b'rands tested slower I
balls. Place in greased baking dish day as us slower.burmngcJgarette.TryCameIs.
Mixed Green Salad and cover with tomatoes. Cover bak- them from the mountaintops. Lift any of them. That ;
of Camel's
the advantages un-
Rhubarb Tarts Enjoy
I ing dish. Bake approximately 1% up your voice with strength and do means, on the a
i: Steak Roll. hours in a moderate oven (350. degrees not be afraid! Here is somethingto smoking plus equal to' equaled slower way of burning and

(Serves 6) ). shout about, "Behold your God!" the supreme pleasure of Camel's
1 slice round steak (% inch thick) The prophet's holy enthusiasm had blend of costlier tobaccos.
2 tablespoons butter Add This Practical Booklet to two excellent grounds. First, he 5 EXYR4 SAfJKES'matchless
% lb. ham (ground) Your Kitchen Library. tells us that God is strong. He "will nil PAC/G' Get extra pleasure and extra smokingper

I % cup thin cream Spring menus need plenty of the come with strong hand, and his arm cigarette per pack.See if you don't

1 tablespoon prepared mustard little touches that make meals sur- shall rule for him." Here is com- ,, penny, Camels
Salt and pepper prising and good. And what better fort with assurance because God is NK arge rystrhrabtapt arfeotr buy!
Vi cup bread flour way of "dressing up" an ordinary strong. He is also loving and ten-
1 cup canned tomatoes meal, than with- hot bread His is used to
an unusual der. ,strong arm gather :4cL t FOR EXTRA MILDNESS,
Wipe steak with damp cloth. Melt pie, or a cake that's new and the lambs to His bosom and to
butter in frying pan and brush over different? tenderly lead His sheep. Gentlenessis EXTRA COOLNESS, EXTRA FLAVOR-

II one side of steak. Mix together the Eleanor Howe's cook book, Bet- the attribute not of weakness but

ground ham, cream, and mustard, ter Baking, offers you a wealth of of strength. God's strong men and
and spread over buttered: ; side of tested recipes for cookies; cakes, women are His gentlemen and gen CAMELSSLOW.BURNIN

l' steak. Roll like "jelly roll and pies, and breads. To get your copy tlewomen. They, like their Lord, are
secure with skewers or string. Sprin- of this helpful book, send 10 cents loving and kind, using their strengthnot
I ts kle roll with salt and dredge with in coin to "Better Baking," care to destroy or to impress others "aP
flour. Saute in remaining ,butter until Eleanor Howe, 919 North Michigan but to help the weak, to bring. comfort COSTLIER TOBACCOSllouseho1dNewS
golden brown. Remove roll to Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. in the name of Christ.
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FOUR THE CLEWISTON :NEWS
FRIDAY APRIL
26, 1940
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The Clewiston News Herald Writer Features America needs such awakening.Let "But then neither did Scarlettfor
us hope that we will so pro- very long.

gress during the coming year that "The other major characters were
Published every Friday In Clewiston when the date of Aril '19 occurs Rhett Butler, Belle Watling anda
by tho CLEWISTON NEWS.
Florida
Inc. Visit Here In Column next year we of America will thinkof negro woman exactly like the one
it as the birth date of American on the flapjack box.

KEATHLEY DOWDEN, Editor Liberty, Freedom and Democracyand "Rhett, who was, somehow,
find it so hearlded In tho press, strangely reminiscent of Clark
Ernie Pyle, the Miami Herald's she thinks I am?" rather than have it thrust on our Gable, was 'a cross between Jesse

February Entered as 1, 1927 second at class the Po mall t Office matter In roving reporter spent several daysin So I told the woman that wasa front pages as the birth date of a' James and Little Boy Blue. u:
Clfiwiston, Florida, under the Act of Clewiston this week and on good joke on her; and I laughedand foreign dictator. Rhett had joined the Lost Causein
March 3, 1897.SollserlptioD. Wednesday wrote the following I all April 19 is "Patriots' but
laughed, In fact, laughed Day", the second reel instead of after
article for his paper and one whichwe night. And then this morning It in the words of the. poet. "Hardlya ::intermission, the Confederacy would

Rate $2.00 Per Year. feel sure he will not object to I suddenly occurred to me that I was man is now alive" who KNOWSit have won the war.

Advertising Rnicfi, On Application. us passing on to those of'you who pitting there in the drug store, too. much less REMEMBERS, "And Belle! You'd have loved
failed to see it. 'No human beings, eh? Who does Belle.
think she is? REVIEWING GONE WITH THE I
that Ohio woman (Next line censored).
Devoted to the advancement and welfare Clewiston, April 24.-This is a WIND I
of Clewiston and Hendry County. little, town on the south shore of If I'd thought of It sooner, I'd "During the siege of Atlanta only
Lake Okeechobee in interior Florida, have got my friend Terrence James three things were running-Belle's/
right in the heart of the famous Reilly and we'd have chased those '(From: Arcadia Arcadian) place, Prissy's nose-and the laundry
Political candidates seem a little ,' Everglades.We Ohio women and arrested them. Here's a clever bit of literary that kept Rhett's suits snow-white.
quieter than usual this week. The They can't talk like that about us. product we clipped from "Charley Melanie's baby arrived about the
around here
are hanging a
calm before the storm? few days, just making ourselves at Reilly is the state highway Chirp" Rail's personal column .in same time Sherman did. Both
patrolman. He lives here, and I've the Lake Worth Herald, and it is were equally unwelcome to Scarlett."It .
to be
Clewiston is scheduled on home, and anday now I think
been around with him. Rode credited to was, so far as our
the cross-state waterway-in fact the people will stop wondering who riding Jack Tarver, whoeverhe painstaking
with him whole day. And the research has revealed the first
as well as in fancy. we are and decide we've always one is. Anyway, those who have baby
been here.Yesterday. only thing that happened was that read GWTW: or seen the pictureof ever born in technicolor.
The expert crystal gazer in mak- we ran over a snake. Reilly was it on the screen will appreciatethe "Anyway the South lost the war
I sitting in the
ing her 1940 predictions got along was disgusted. sketchy but keen delineationof again in the picture (what could
corner store eating lunch. Two
very well until she said the Brook- drug "Usually I can at least find some- the principal characters of the you expect with a lot of Yankee
and child out of
women a got a
lyn Dodgers would win the National one to bawl out," he said. story, and_it is given below: producers) ? and Scarlett married
coupe with an Ohio license, and
t League pennant. came in for a bite to eat. We did catch one woman from "Katherine Scarlett O'Hara was Rhett to get even with him.Scarlett -
middleof our shero. A winsome wench witha was as changeable as a baby's
Indiana backing in the
up
The British and the Germansare They ate awhile, and then one "
evidently fighting pretty fiercelyin of them turned to the lady behind the highway, and Reilly 'spoke figger like a marble statue anda underwear. (Last paragraph de'T

Norway but from here it the counter and said: firmly to her, but she spoke firmly head as hard. Her father was leted).
back at him. I got nervous Gerald O'Hara. By nature he was
sounds like a game of 'button, "What is this God-forsaken place right
button who's got the button." anyway? Aren't there any people and was all ,for shooting her but most animal-like. Proud as a peacock -
I here?" Reilly said to let him handle it. he roared like a lion and 1

The First Lady made a lot of "Why; yes," said the startled He disposed of the whole matter rode like a ,dog and pony show.
friends by: her visit to the 'glades waitress. "We've got the biggest I very nicely by putting his car in After Sherman came he was crazyas

this week. Most everyone is sugar mill in America." gear and driving away. a bedbug.

agreed that Mrs. Roosevelt is the "Well," said the tourist; "we've Winter: tourists don't cause the "Anyhow, Scarlett was in love

most democratic women ever to reside driven for two hours, and we patrolmen much trouble, except with Ashley Wilkes who was in

in the White House. haven't seen an auto or a horse or they're always killing themselves. love with his cousin, Melanie who tA Man young enough to

a cow or a human being. Not a Florida has no speed maximum, so was in love with Ashley and so bear the burdens of of-
Bernarr McFadden- sent out a human being." these tourists get to hitting it up they were married ,(Ashley and
free of to lot of fice and old enough to
copy Liberty a After they left, the woman in around 90, and the first thing they Melanie, in case you're getting con-
people this week. We wonder if the drug store said to me, "No know, they're in the bottom of the fused). This irritated Scarlett no bring mature judgment to

that was really to familiarize folks human beings, huh? I wonder what (Continued on Page 5) end and so, in quick successionshe to its problems.-Plant
with his candidacy for senator or a
married for spite and cash City Courier
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new type of circulation campaign.
'
respectively, a couple of fellowswhose
their recipe for mulberry jam: I I Herr Goebbels saw tb it that no I names we didn't get.
I We would say that the radio Snip off stem with scissors. Wash one from the tinest tottering tot

auditions Tuesday morning disclosedsome carefully and drain. Put fruit to the oldest greybeards was allowed -

remarkable talent. We heard through coarse blade of food chop- to forget that the birthday of
what sounded like the
clankingof per. Measure juice and pulp and the Fuehrer :was an auspicious occa-
a pair of knees a couple of times
set aside half as much sugar as sion. Bands played, flags waved I
over our loudspeaker but that COME IN AND
the mulberry mixture. battalions goose-stepped in honor SEE THE LATEST j
; could have been static. I
I Cook mixture until thickened, of the event.
and then add the sugar and cont- To the bulk of the 130,000,000
I tA new ball park has started and Johnson Sea-Horse Motorsp.
while everyone interested .will do inue cooking until as heavy as people in ,America, April 19th was

what he can to get it ready for desired. Lemon juice may be added "just another day". No flags were
for additional flavoring. However, waved, no bands played, and few-
play most ,of the work will be up in stock All other Alternate
now fil'ing-2H' and 5 h.
if the fruit is
I to Ma Nature. The park must 'be used while red is If any-Americans even REMEM

I sodded to make a good playing still showing the jam will have a BERED. Dispatches told of a models available ,on short notice
delicious flavor and be pleasantlytart. "Peace Demonstration" staged by
field and it takes a little''while for u,
I grass to grow even in the Ever- students on the campus of the Uni Use our Time-Payment plan and trade your old motor in.
i glades. .- Mulberries are also recommendedfor versity of Michigan, with United '
1 use in all ways suited to blackberries States Senator Gerald P. Nye of A demonstration can be an.anged-And fish are biting, NOW!

:"t -canned; juice jelly and jam North Dakota as the principal speaker. -

I IN.. ..NN.. ..H.MAN. .N.N..N..N..N..M..N.N.N..N..NMNNNNNNH; The hostesses are planning to'serve From the 'campus flagpole a
i Garden Clubbers a mulberry drink six-foot Nazi swastika flew insteadof \Western Auto Associate Stores Inc.
I this week. If they do, we'll try to the "Stars and Stripes". Pranksters -

RAMBLINGS pass that recipe along, too. Clewis- they said, had raised it during
VAX C. XELMS Manager
,
ton trees are loaded with this fine the night and it couldn't be hauled
By B. B.
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fruit this year and as well as little down since the ropes had been cut.

I boys enjoy gathering them, it's 'a Throughout the land countless
IN NNNNNNMNNN":":":..:..:..:..:.vvvvvvvSome shame to see them waste. (Any of millions who boastfully claim them- II

the young 'uns will pick you a selves to be one hundred per ,cent
day we think we'll write bucketful for a dime-adv. Americans and profess their staunch t

our "memoirs." The trouble is no- patriotism, entirely overlooked the

body would believe the true accountof Now if you've learned some new fact that April 19th is a date that I

what happens to an insignificant Florida facts, and resolve to make should live in the hearts and mindsof 'S ::: .

country editor-particularly during: : some mulberry jam, we'll pass ,Americans, never to be forgotten.On ,. ;;. .:'r,
a political campaign. We'll pro1ablycomprom'tse along one more sign of spring. It'sa April 19, 1775, a ,small groupof .

f-: on waiting till the campaign grammer school-type poem sub- embattled American farmers, ,y9 Y
i" is over and writing one mitted by the college graduate who under the command of Captain John

w column of reminiscences-some of works in Alston's drug store: Parker, stood their ground at the

them are fantastic. It's only one Mary Rose sat on a tack Lexington-Concord bridge to face Wfr :4& -
more month, till both primaries will
'
British and
Mary rose. the oncoming Regulars,
be over. Thank goodness, all things here was fired "the. shot heard $::4

have to come to an end. And as one person said, when it 'round the world." ,

turned cold again over the week- Grimly the little band of patriots,
I
This-April 21-27-1s Know end: that was a heck of a short known as. the "Minute Men" took

Florida week. By official procla- summer. their valiant stand for Liberty,
mation of the Governor this weekis
Freedom and Democracy as their
set aside as the 13th annual
leader quietly gave his instructions
"Know Florida Week." The state .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:. "Stand your ground-don't fire unless ,!
chamber of
commerce sends us a
fired upon-but if they wanta '
sheet of short paragraphs giving Too war, let it begin here." '; "F .i,
Late To
facts about the ClassifyBy
state. Did you know: No nation on earth enjoys the ..
"Florida has TWO Everglades. .. ,'.
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blessings, the advantages and the :
Largest and best-known is that RUSSELL KAY opportunities that are ours. No

around Lake Okeechobee. Another . .. .. .. .. ..... . .
ISM NON N: : :N:N:N:N N: :N1:N: :M : :M N NON N N: people on earth live so enlightenedwith
is located in Lafayette and Dixie so kindly a government. With
To Go
counties." J With Just 10 Days
'Twas the eighteenth of April in all its faults, it has withstood the
"Florida produces more than 90 '75Hardly-. test of time and stands' to-day as

percent of all the canned grapefruit a man is now alive the world's dominant power and
juice in "
the
world. Who remembers that famous day the bulwark of Democracy.In .
u "Clearwater's Seville range and yearWhen -" appreciation of those blessings Francis 'P. Whitehair

orange grove has more than 500 Henry W. Longfellow pen- |and I! advantages we should, above

peafowl believed to be the largest I j'ned those memorable lines, it Is I all other peoples of the earth, possess -

collection in the world." I evident that even in his day, the I hearts aflame with love of I
"The State Banks Is far in front of the field in his for
.. of Florida have patriotic flame pf true democracythat country and its same love and loyalty race
\' more than doubled their resources burned fervently in. the I if the nation, is to survive.
in the past six years." hearts of our forefathers was be- We need not teach our childrento

"Houses pre-fabricated in Floridaare ginning to 'flicker and grow dim, as carry arms as do totalitarian GOVERNOREverywl1ere

now housing members of the a newer generation, concerned with countries, but we should see to it

Byrd Expedition down near the its own affairs, began to lose sightof that our educational institutions,
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earlier deeds and events that from grade schools on up encourage
"Florida entered the Union on I gave them liberty and freedom they and foster love of county and teachan
March 3, 1845. Its* Centennial will enjoyed. unswerving layalty to those dem- in the State voters favor his program and express 'J

be observed with a state c wide Last week with generous front ocratic principlyes, upon which it the belief that this young, dynamic candidate is the one
mrtt fr clebration in 1945." page'space, the newspapers of this .is founded.
who can and will put it through.. For a Unified Florida,
country heralded the fact that April There was formed in Miami recently .
: Having discovered more or less 19th was the birth date of Adolph the Florida Congress for more prosperous under competent leadership
by accident, that mulberries (don't Hitler. Berlin correspondents of the' Education on American Democracy,

pick all ripe ones) make an ex.. great news-gathering agencies cabled its purpose being to arouse in the '

&:-i cellent deep-dish berry pie, we were column after column to give vivid hearts and minds of our, people a Vote For WHITEHAIRThla

interested in seeing "Mulberries, accounts of the great nationwide knowledge of what true democracyit ,
W-":, too.! as the heading on the week's celebration staged in Germany in to stimulate our patriotism and

suggestions from the extension j honor of the "first soldier" of the encourage our loyalty to its teach- _

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FRIDAY, APRIL 20, 1940 THE CLEWISTON' NEWS PAGE FIVE


Herald Writer- The Worship hour of the church I

SCHOOL NEWS is at 11:00 to 12:00 a. m. The choir

leader is J. E. Beardsley and the p O

r (Continued From Page 1) pianist is Mrs. J. H. Doty. The
The Junior-Senior banquet is to sermon theme will be "The Missionof AND IT WILL ,
be held next Thursday night at the .canal, deader than codfish. Jesus." BE IN THE PAPER

I' Clewiston Inn to be followed by Reilly does chase down' flagrant The C. E. Society meets on

'I' a dance at the auditorium. Charlie speeders and give them a fatherly !
Monday at 7:30 p. m. Lee Pridgenis
Rowan's orchestra has been engagedfor lecture. He tells them how slick
president and Dick Pattersonis
the dance and tickets are be- these fiat roads get after a rain,

ing sold to townspeople at $1.50. when cars from the side-roads the program leader.: .. L -." lll l.

Dancing will last from nine until spread mud on the pavement. He ,
MARGARET'S:: CATHOLIC
one. had a funny Incident the other day.
CHURCH
Two boys in a roadster went

The May Day program will be roaring past about 80 miles an Let
Rc\ Lawrence J. Flynn, Pastor Us
held Wednesday, May 1, on the hour. Reilly chased them down,
high school lawn at two o'clock. and lectured them. "Aw," they Mass each Sunday morning at

Practice is being held every day I said, "we're all right. We could 8 o'clock, excepting the last Sun-

and an unusually pretty programis stop without skidding." day of the month when the time is Supply You With I
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promised. Mrs. J. E. Baker and "Well, suppose you try it," Reilly 1,9:3 O. 'i I' .

Mrs- E. H. Holstine are in charge. said. "Start out and get her up to Confessions are heard every: Sat- '
: urday evening from 7:30 until 8:30 'v..>.. I .e
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40-not beyond thai-and then put .
and before all the Masses. : ,1
The Senior Class is enjoying its on your brakes." /

annual "skip day" today. Part of So the boys stepped up to. 40, Weekday Mass every morning at ': : 1 '
8:00 o'clock. fWINDOW .
CARDS .
the class with Mrs. Agnes Thomasare with Reilly following, and then
Devotions in honor of Our .
Ladyof /:
on a fishing trip at West Palm ;"
they put on their brakes, and be
Beach and eleven others with Mrs.E. Perpetual Help'are conducted '.' .'
darned if they didn't turn clear !; RULED FORMS ]
Friday evenings at 8 o'clock followed

M. Cornette and Mrs. W. H. over. Reilly said he never felt so .' ,
by Benediction of the :Most: ', .
Lanier are spending the day at 'JT
bad in his life. Fortunately tho .
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Miami Beach. Blessed Sacrament. .\ :/T- LETTERHEADSENVELOPES '. i'. :
boys weren't hurt. But they were I Religious Instruction Class for ., : :
convinced.All .
Good behavior awards of toys children Saturday morning at nine .
and candy were made this week : these long flat roads here in here in Clewiston, and after Sunday -, --,, s
the Everglades' are bordered on Mass in Pahokee. "
by Miss Alice Steinholtz to mem- ."
one side, sometimes on both sides, The Mass schedule 01 Pahokee is ro;> '- :
bers of the second grade as follows: ,. BILLHEADSHANDBILLS
with wide drainage canals. They
1Q.30 every Sunday, excepting the .
Ann Prewitt, Bobby, Berner, Charles '. '
Jennings, Clarence Golding, Ernest just look like ordinary roadside last Sunday of the month, when M. 'J; .:.. "':
Reddish, Gilbert Stiles, Willie May ditches with a little water in them. Mass is at eight o'clock. The pub : ; : '
But actually they are 14 feet deep, I .' ., :
Bethea, Vivian Croy, Kay Bowden lie, regardless of religious belief "' ; '. I '
and people always trying at ". ,1
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are is always welcom0 in this church. "
and June Collier
Shirley Phillips {
70 miles an hour to see what's on '. .. ,,: .. TICKETS :.
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the bottom.
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A seventh grade pupil Iris Helen PENTECOSTAL CHURCH '.-",". ,,...', w
of roads have solid ,: ',
Pittman, left Clewiston this weekto Many' the South Clewis ten "- ', ETC
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rows of Australian pines along the '
make her home Greenwood.
side, not only making guard- rail, Services Every Sunday: .

The Sophomores, accompanied by but a very pretty sight, too. But Sunday school at 9:45. At a price surprisingly low '

Mrs. Prevatt enjoyed a steak roast every now and then you see a blank Morning worship at 11 a. m.

Monday night. spot where somebody went into the Young Peoples meeting, 6 p. m.

canal, and took a couple of trees Rev. M. M. Dudley, director. : _
HONOR ROLL with him. Evangelistic services, 7:30 p. m. I I

First Grade Terrell Cason, Tuesday evening service 7:30 p. I
Reilly is the only patrolman, for
Bevoly Flaniken, Richard Griffin, m. r 1
this whole interior part of Florida,
Elton McCall, Edwin Messer, Joe 'Friday evening service 7:30 p. _
since the highway patrol has only
Schroeder, Buck Surrency, Jimmie m.
recently ,been revived, and theyhaven't
Waters, Johnny Robinson, Carol Joy The public is cordially invited to

Alston, Patsy Meredith, Rachel many men yet.It's attend all services. Quality Printing .!
impossible for him to cover
Miner, Eleanor Von Mach, Charlene .
his whole territory day. So
Adams, Estelle Caskell, and John every FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHThe
he just drives around, and has
Schiffli. Friendly Church
certain gas stations and lunch I.
Second Grade-Volney Robbins, REV. H. G. McLeROY, Pastor .I
stands where people call and leave '
Shirley Benbow, Ann Prewitt, John
word if there's a wreck or fight or
Williams and Gilbert Stiles. Sunday school' 9:45 a., m., B.

Third Grade-Christine Espen- something. E. Herring, superintendent.

laub, Charles Miner, Richard Me- Sometimes he rides all day and Morning worship 11:00 a. m. PHONE 39 AND

Leod, Nadine Andrews, Bobby; nothing happens. And then at Sermon by pastor. The 'subject will

Hanna and Jack Davis. night the phone start ringing, and be "The Meek and His Inheritance". OUR REPRESENTATIVEWILL

Fourth Grade-Clifford Beatty there are collisions and people in Training Union worship meets

Kim Kolstad, Dick Schiffli, Ernest the canal and drunken fights and 6:45 p. m., Arch Hodges direclor. CALL TO ASSIST YOU

Smith, Annie Adams, Carline burglars all the way from Twenty- Evening worship 8:00 p. m. '" ;.-:;:,:'

Berner, Mary Bussell, Katherine Mile Bend to Fort Myers, a hundred pastor in charge.Inlerinediale .
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Dyess, Betty Lou Emerich and miles away. G. A's. meet Mon

Lillian Golden. He has never had to shoot any day at 3:30 with Mrs. McLeroy. ..
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Fifth Grade-Jean Doke, Mary body. But now and then, as he's Sunbeams meet at the church ... :..\. LET US ESTIMATE ON .

III Louise Thomas., Marion DeLozier, riding along, he'll see a water Monday 3:30 Mrs. Davis is in .,. .

''III Charles Bowden, Joe McLeod and moccasin swimming across the canal, charge. ( YOUR NEXT ORDERCLEWISTON '

Joan Crouch. and he'll stop and do a little target Junior G. A.'s meet at church

Sixth Grade-Joan Walker, Joan practice at it with his pistol. This Wednesday 3:30 p. m. 'with Mrs.
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Auger, David Thomas, Betty Stough, country is full of snakes. And tol 1 Hodges.

James Coaley, Wanda Shelfer and hear Reilly tell some of the unprintable Midweek services at .church Wed-

Nora Oglesby. things that happen, they nesday 7:30 p. m. at church.

. Seventh Grade-Sherwood Hall aren't all crawling. in the grass,

and Nick Schiffli. either. MEMORIAL DAY

Eighth Grade-Marianne Jones, NEWS

Norma Bussell and Ernest Oliver. THE CLEWISTOX COMMUNITY Today, April 26, is the Con- '

Ninth Grade-Betty Berg and CHURCH federate Memorial Day and is still -

Elbert Hooker.. generally observed in many partsof
Tenth Grade-Louise Hollings- REV. KENT PENDLETON, Minister the south. It is a legal holidayin

worth and Mary Johnson. The Bible School meets at 9:45a. Florida but the only noticeable

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PAGE''' SEE, THE CLEWISTON) NEWS
FRIDAY, APRIL 28, 1040

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five in the Legislature of the statoof honest, efficient Intelligent, business- I am now completing my second roll
THE WAILING WALLLEGAL Florida from Hendry county sub- like administration as your county term school board COUNTY COMMISSIONER
ject to the action of the May Demo- judge. as member cf DISTRICT 1
cratic primaries. I feel that my past Sound administration of the peo- Felda and Denaud district, an officeI
WHY experience as a member of that body ple's affairs requires capable officers. have tried to fill conscientiouslyand
t \ fully qualifies me for the position I On this basis I submit that I am faithfully.My I wish' to announce that I am a
seek. If elected, I promise to honestly the logical candidate, and I will candidate for county .commissioner
WAITtBOU and faithfully represent the entire and qualifications include high
appreciate vote support.
your District 1, subject to the May: Demo-
county to the very best of my ability. school and college training and
.
Sincerely,
cratic primaries.
Your vote and influence, is most several years spent doing commercial.
earnestly solicited. I have been resident of Clewis
SELDEN L. STEWART. a
bookkeeping.
.BU .IN: $
ton for eleven years and 'feel that
Respectfully, If elected I promise the people a
WIrE-iN ,careful, efficient administration.Your my long experience as a resident,
ONSI'TENT W. :M. DAVIDSON.. FOR COUNTY JUDGE HENDRT vote and support will be property owner and business man in

COUNTY, FLORIDAAt appreciated.MRS.. the 'dIstrict will help me In representing -

..ADVER'rIINGWIIiL'REMOVE It on the county board.If .
HOMER TAYLOR.
FOR REPRESENTATIVEI the request of many citizens elected I will give the districtthe
.
--..:.- from every: part of Hendry County I best service of which I am
YOUR WORRIFS hereby announce my candidacyfor hereby announce myself a candidatefor capable.I .
the 'office of County Judge of
Representative for Hendry coun-
FOR SHERIFF will appreciate your vote and
subject to
Florida,
Hendry county,
ty, subject to the democratic primariesin support
May.If the action of the May Democratic
the voters of the county see fit primaries. I was duly admitted to I wish to announce myself a can- G. E. ETHERTON.
NOTICES to send me to the Legislature. I the practice of law in this state In didate for re-election to the office
assure them that I will get on the April 19.17 and I have continuously of Sheriff of Hendry county, subjectto
job, and stay on the job until resultsare followed this vocation since exceptfor the Democratic primaries In May.
obtained, or else the time I was In the United I am making this race solely on my COUNTY COMMISSIONERMarch
States Army during the World War.If record of law enforcement and fair
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR I will spend my time in endeavoring nominated and elected, my only dealings to all, and I assure the peo- '
14th 1940.
to get our roads improved and all promise is a square deal to all according ple of Hendry county that the policies -
L"DEED paved; I will try to get our schoolson to law and common sense.I of this office will not change. TO THE VOTERS OF DISTRICT NO. f
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. ThatB. a full nine months term and I .am not the candidate' of any clickor Your vote and support will be appreciated 1, HENDRY COUNTY, FLORIDA:
will work unceasingly for the Old- I herewith announce as Candidatefor .
faction the candidate of
but I am .
C. FLANIKEN holder of Tax Certificate -
Commissioner' from this
Aged of the state trying to get County
by the people who want a County
of
Issued the 4 day
No. 565.
filed In sufficient funds to be matched by Judge who knows the law and will H. L. DELANEY. District. :My residence in Clewlston for
Sept. A. D. 1933, has same
and
over 10 years my -experienceleads
Federal allotment so that every pensioner honestly and faithfully discharge the
office and has made applicationfor
my be that I render
me to sure can
will receive month. I
$40 per duties of the office.
tax deed to be issued thereon.
a valuable service to the taxpayers if
believe
all
this be
accomplished
the follow- can Is '
Said certificate embraces Your vote and Influence respect- FOR SHERIFF elected.
without additional These ,
ing described property in the Countycf taxes. are fully solicited.
I respectfully request your. supportand
my three principal aims, and if yon.
Hendry, State of Florida, to-wit:
vctes in, the Democratic Primaryof
are interested in them line up with I myself candi-
hereby
LOUIS O. GRAVELY.FOR announce a ,
Lots 39 to 41 Block 356 Clewiston.The May 7th. 1940.,
me and we will put them through. date for the office of Sheriff of Hendry
assessment of the said property Thanking you for your vote and county subject to the Democratic
under the said certificate issued was support, I am, primaries to be held In May.I E. E. KELLY.
in the name of Elmer G. Case. .
vote and
COLLECTORITO will appreciate your
shall be redeemed I TAX
Unless said certificate Respectfully ,yours, support.
according to law, the property -
described therein will be sold to D. G. McCORMACK I THE VOTERS OF HENDRY BILL MADDOX. Is Your Subscription Paid?
the highest bidder at the court house COUNTY:
door on the first Monday in the month I am taking this opportunity of
f of June 1940, which is the 3 day of announcing that I am seekingthe
June, 1940. FOR COUNTY SUPERINTENDENTI office of county tax collector in the
Dated this 16 day of April, 1940. '

(Seal) Clerk WILLIAM of Circuit T. HULL Court of wish to announce to the voters of May friends Democratic and to those primaries.of you To who my AmPLE FunDS

Hendry County Florida. Hendry county that I am a candi- know me I say simply that 'I am In
I date' for the offico of county super- the race. To the many to 'whom I
1940. '
I April 19-26, May 3-10, intendent of public instruction in the am a stranger. I would like to add
_uUU__ May Democratic primaries.I that I_ have lived at Sears j4 years. I
I have lived in Hendry county mostof that I am a native of JbaFayette
my life; have been teacher and county; a graduate of its schools and I
PAID principal in schools of Hendry Lee that I have been in the 'employ of
and Glades counties for 16 years12of the Standard Lumber Corporation for
POLITICALANNOUNCEMENTS them in LaBelle. I hold a life the past 25 years.If .
graduate state certificate, and a life you see fit to elect me, I pledgea
first grade certificate and am a faithful and honest service. To one
college graduate with the degree of and all, I shall feel honored to have $
Bachelor of Science in Education. your vote and support. '
If elected superintendentI :
as your Sincerely,
promise a conscientious, faithfuland I Ior
FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY efficient, administration.I G. R. HATCH.

will appreciate your vote and
TO THE PEOPLE OF HENDRY
support.
I COUNTY:
I In announcing my candidacy for NELL II. JACKMAN.FOR : FOR TAX COLLECTORTO
I re-election to the office of County; : .

Attorney of Hendry County subjectto THE CITIZENS OF HENDRY
the Democratic Primaries to beheld HOmE LOADS
COUNTY
i in May. I also wish to take this :
means to express to you my sincere I COUNTY SUPERINTENDENTOF I hereby announce that I am a i
appreciation for the splendid vote you PUBLIC INSTRUCTION candidate for Tax Collector for Hendry -
gave me in the elections two ,years county; subject to the Democratic
Four years ago the people :of this primaries In May.I I

: ago.The experience, made possible by' county nominated me to of the Public office Instruction of- am your present Tax Collector e the:
that vote, will enable me to renderto County Superintendent having been appointed to said officeon nO(1'e'lout \
you still more efficient servicein by the largest majority April 11, 1939. I have tried to We can helpyou..with f
this office. given any nominee in the county the best of my knowledge to give : <
P
Your vote and suppport in the 1940 I primaries. This was an honor whichI efficient service. to. all the people of cdan W the, ,
elections will be gratefully appreciated. -I deeply appreciate. During these Hendry county, and would greatly PL
R finest loan
: endeavored to plan
years in office I have appreciate a full, term in office. Ipc:
make a record which would be of If elected Tax Collector I f
promisea in existence
RIDER. great benefit to the people of Hendry faithful and efficient fi*
H. A. administra-
'
I II II County. On this record I ask the tion. I
) people to re-elect me as their County Your vote and will
,support be, ap- I("S'\
I Superintendent in the May primaries.If preciated.
re-elected, .I shall continue con-
FOR ASSESSOR OF TAXESI
sistent efforts for a nine months term R. N.. MILLER.
I for all the schools in the county the
hereby announce myself) a candidate same careful business-like administration -
i for re-election to the office of and to work for improvementin isFederal
I Assessor of Taxes Hendry County; our schools. Because of my knowledge FOR TAX COLLECTOR Savings
Florida subject to the Democratic of the needs of the schools in -- ,
primaries in May, 1940. all sections of the county it is logi- I wish
If re-elected I promise to conductthe cal that I am best qualified to render to announce myself a
affairs of the office in the: same most efficient service. I will sincerely didate for the office cf Tax can-I and Loan Association
Fair. Impartial and Efficient mannerI appreciate your expression of confidence Hendry county subject to the
have strived to do in the past. by retaining me as your County cratic primaries in May.
I Your vote and support will be Superintendent,
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This is to announce that I am a announcing my candidacy for
candidate for the office of Tax asses- the office of Hendry County Superintendent :i::!: 4
sor for Hendry county subject to the of Public Instruction subject ENJOY AN
Democratic primaries in May.If to the Democratic primaries in s s ..s..s.ss ...
elected I promise to fulfill the May, I earnestly' solicit the supportof : : ':;: '" \ ':.. -...s.
duties of this office faithfully and .
citizen. "'
every .:... 1" ', <

conscientiously erty owner a square and give deal.I every. prop- the I past have seven lived years in Hendry and am county a Hen for ryI :!:::: .' '.; ALL ELECTRIC .' ."-:" .. :Ur ;::;:

support.will appreciate your vote and I county property owner and taxpayer.I ...;. ,I- ::::
worked my way through high '
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school and college and graduated with :!::!: ? 'r"i' :;::;:
H. E. (BERT) O'BRIEN.
B. took advanced ''.
a A. degree; courses ': ..S.xX .;.
in education at University of Florida HOME ff
summers 1935 and 1938 and have
CIRCUIT CLERK always kept in close touch with the HY
latest educational methods. Had 10
years experience as classroom teacher
,,' TO THE VOTERS AND MY MANY assistant principal and principal ..Y: AlP" i i
; FRIENDS OF HENDRY COUNTY: six of them in the Clewiston School: .:"s' I ,..:...S4Y
i' I wish to announce my candidacy therefore, I feel that I am"I: n ? f

of for the re-election Circuit Court.to the In office making of Clerk this ; qualified elected for your this position.If superintendent. I :;: : Electricity is the modern servant; a servant that ;: :

announcement I wish to express my promise an economical business administration -

": appreciation fidence given for me the in support the past.and con- effort toward and greatly will improving exert every our :i.i ii::: takes care of both the work and the pleasures the :;::;:


;',..' I have During done the my time best I to have administer been Clerk the, county schools. I thank ycu. ::_::_:: home and one that will do everything quickly, effic ent- : .i.:

affairs of this office in a business- B. E. HERRING. I ii...
." like manner. If you see fit to re- :;... ly and economlca II's':=;: :
elect me. I promise to give the best \
Sl' service of which I am capable. yy' .y. .

". WILLIAM T. HULL. FOR SCHOOL District BOARD No. 3 MEMBER:: I +x':_!: One penny will toast 26 crunchy slices of toast, or :;::;:

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.: for This the will office announce of school my board candidacy mem- .s"i':ss: give your eyes two hours of safe readIng light or operate .i.';.

I :;.'" FOR CLERK CIRCUIT COURT ber formerly from District served No.3 on the, Clewiston.I board in. ** your radio for most of a day-and-ELECTRICITY is :i::;:

This is to announce that I am a District No. 1 and since to

"t. Circuit candidate Court for of the Hendry office County of Clerk sub-of 11 Clewiston the local have district.served, Feeling as ,moving a trusteeIn that I :;;::: one thing that gets cheaper the more of it that you use. :;::!:

{, ject to the Democratic ._.,;. Xv
". Primaries in am well qualified for ,the position I 4

.\7':. May.and I am if well elected qualified, I will for conduct the office the ask 7, 1940.your support and vote on May :::: ,e. That is why it is so easy to have and enjoy a home :i:

:. business of the office in efficient i..... s :
.:' manner. I need no introduction an to A. O. WARD ;..;. that IS all electric and mo d ern. :s::::

!,' the voters of the county and can

,' only say, "Vote for Charlie". ; i iI .f
FOR COUNTY JUDGEI
f.-:' C. E. MINER. '".' ..:,..':.
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,,:- hereby announce myself a candi- : :

p';: ', FOR R PRE ENTA'l'IYE. date Democratic Hendry for the Primaries county office ,of subject in County May. to I Judgefor feel the :I::: ELECTRICITY IS YOUR CHEAPEST SERV- f:i:

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:, In announcing my'candidacy for fill this office and, if elected, I s S J :
i re-election to the office of State promise to use Fair. Impartial and XX xx

subject Representative to the from Democratic Hendry primaries county, of Sound this Judgment office. in all the affairs ::;::::::: 4ANT-USE IT EXTRAVAGANTLY. 'f.;.
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; in :May. I earnestly solicit the sup- Your vote and support will be fA 'XXy
port of every citizen. If elected, I heartily appreciated. .. ._.._.
'i.-' shall continue to represent the county ,Thanks 's.,=. -' '.S.._.
; in all matters coming before the ( I
i/<[ legislative branch of our Democratic R. M. (BOB HARRIS. tf .
.s..s.'s"
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form of
government to the 's"
'' very best .s..s.y
of my ability. :' ....
; I shall be glad to disC -
cuss with any one such matters of ?. r M
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FOR COUNTY JUDGEI
legislation as they are Interested in. M
t. ;My campaign will be based on the
merits involved in the office and take this means to announce ,that ':'.i. .S"S"
,,:, will have no connection with other I am a candidate for the office of
county offices or candidates. County Judge for Hendry crunty,
subject to the Democratic Primary i Glades Power and liciy

;(.; ELBERT L. STEWART. In May.I hold. degrees of bachelor of laws e

:' bachelor of arts, and bachelor of .... ..s..s.y ...
,1 science (lawyer, teacher, engineer). .t.
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',", LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE united States Steel Corporation. T
OF FLORIDA have been a Hendry County Commissioner -
,t --=-- for six years 1927-1932. .:...s. ,

didate I hereby for the announce Representa- Thus tion ,and specially experience.qualified I am by.ready educa-to .."-. :.:N'..-..-,_'..-0.-'...P'..-..<( ..-..-..,'.-..,...........MNN.. .. ..NN. ..MN..1..4...............................:............MN.. ..MMMNNM.. .. .. .. .. ......NNN.. .. eN .. .4o("'.,,,1...,,, ..-J;.
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FRIDAY APRIL S6, 1940 THE CLEAVtSfON" PAGE SEVEN


Mrs. W. W. Perry and Mrs. H. Mrs W. E. Bolton, Mrs.V.. C. KID PARTY GIVEN BY bers of the senior class and Dick

R. Hall were visitors in West Palm Owen, Mrs. S. L. Crochet, Mrs. O. MISS ROBERTA GEORGEA Owen, :Miss Alice Steinholtz, Mrs.

Beach Thursday.Mrs. F. Schiffli, Mrs. W. H. Lanier, Mrs.
Miyares, Mrs. G. B. 'Thomas, Ernest '
[ Personals Keathley Bowden, Mrs. E. C. Mills, large number of Clewiston
I Hall, R. W. Turk, Emmett Shelley,
Rex Olivier, LaFayette' La., Mrs. Carl Johnson, Mrs.V.. W. young people enjoyed a kid party
B. E. Herring, Mr. and Mrs. C. E.
has spent the past ten days here Perry, Mrs. G. B.: Rackstraw.Mrs. Tuesday evening at the LaMooretonClub.
Miner, Mrand Mrs. S. A. Graves,
with her daughter, Mrs. Harry Jay W. Moran, Mrs. ClaudeL. .
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Wiandt, Mr.
John Elmore and Glen Etherton SalHnger. Downs, Mrs. H. T. Vaughn, Mrs. Prizes were awarded to Miss and :Mrs. W. H. Lanier, Mr. and :
visitors in Miami yesterday.Mrs. W. P. Vaughn, sr., Mrs. R. N. Dorothy Hare and Halson Avant for
were Mrs. W. E. Bolton is recuperatingin Mrs. J. H. Doty, Mr. and Mrs. E.
Smith, Mrs. W. F. Simpson, Mrs.J. the best costumes. Dancing was
Good Samaritan hospital inVest M. Cornette, Mr. and Mrs J. J. ', .fi
Jay W. Moran was a visitor Palm Beach where she went Wednesday F. Curry, Mrs. J. W- Ezelle, Mrs.G. enjoyed until a late hour. Graham, Mrs. 'Viola Stone, Mr. and "

In West Palm Beach yesterday. for medical treatment.Mrs. T. Augur, Mrs. M. M. Prewitt, Those attending were: Mr. and Mrs. R. Y. Patterson, Mrs. W. C. ',
Mrs. G. A. Yon, Mrs. C. L. Mc- Mrs. Sidney Crochet, Mr. and Mrs.R. :
Owen, Mrs. Zuhn and Mrs. 1CE.; ,i
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Lear were Jason Harmon of Knoxville, ,Lendon, Mrs. H. R. Hall, Mrs. Otto M. Hare jr., Mr.: and Mrs Roy Von Mach. 11
business visitors in Miami. Alston, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Knight,
recent Tenn., is visiting her son and Larsen, Miss Ollie Moorman, Mrs.
Mr.and Mrs. Joe Schroeder Mr.
daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. W. O. A. Jones, Mrs. M. W. Bigg, Mrs. ,
Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Hatch spent and Mrs. R. J. Lee, Mr. and Mrs. .
H. Harmon. H. C. Kolstad, Mrs. Kent Pendleton, SOTICE--Traveling to Jacksonville
Friday in Fort Myers.Mr. 0 Mrs. Ncal Williamson, Mrs Fisher Carl Berner, Mr. and Mrs. G. H. .Saturday, May 4. Room for two

Mrs. R. N. Smith and son, Ange, Mrs. J. P. Higgins, Mrs. E. George, Mr. and Mrs. Foy Durrence, passengers. See D. S. Herbertson, ,

and Mrs. H. J. B. Scharn- Howard, accompanied Mr. and Mrs. W. McLeod, Mrs. Martha Ludekins, Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Palmer, Mr U. S. Engineer sub-office.

berg were recent visitors in Tampa. Miles Thomas and daughter, Carolyn and Mrs. Charles Lovvorn, Mr. and
Mrs. Olin Carleton and Mrs. H. V. ........ :4
and A. B. Thomas to Fort Briant. Mrs. Fred Sturchy, Mrs. Ruth Owen, ,,

1 Mrs. Leo Maxwell of Pahokee wasa Myers Beach Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Blanche Turner, Miss Beth J. KV3.! COUSE
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visitor in Clewiston Wednesday.Mr. Nall, Miss Florine Moore, Miss ,

I Mrs. Willard Simpson, Mrs. Garden Club Elects Dorothy Hare, Miss Evelyn Hare, Counselor nnd Attorney at Law :.;

and Mrs. Deane Duff spent Keathley Bowden and Mrs. Olin .r Miss Lois Prince, Miss Hazel Prince, Hopkins Building ";

the week-end in Palm Beach with 'Carlton attended an anniversary Mrs. Spicer PresidentThe Miss George, Miss Frances Morgan, IVednesdajs and Satnrdmc .

Mr. and 1Irs.F.. Edward Bryant. luncheon at the Moore Haven Wo- Al Johnson, Jim Winn, Arthur 0:30 to 4:00

mans Club Wednesday at noon. Clewiston Garden Club'sApril Martin, Hudson Tillery, Parker Wilson $\. ,

Kemp Harrison of West Palm meeting was held Thursday Ken Harris, Tommy Murray,

Beach was a business visitor her Mrs. Gratton George and Miss afternoon with Mrs. Leah Spicer, Jerry Wilcox, R. L. Coker jr., C. D. Glasses Scientifically Broken Lenses

Tuesday. Roberta George spent yesterday in Mrs. E. L. Stewart, Mrs. H. C. Paige, H. H. Avant, Ed Clark, Gene Fitted and Repaired Duplicated .'
\. Delray. Charles Roberts, who has Cramer and Mr. Claycomb. ,:,
Kolstad and Mrs. G. L. Royal as DR. F. D. GUDBAUROptometrist
Mrs. T.: B. Shelley of Miami spent been there for some time. returned hostesses. .
t with them. SENIOR CLASS HONOREES AT ::
the week-end ,here visiting Mr. and Members gathered ,at the homeof ,n
'
-- PARTY GIVEN BY PARENTS I'hone IDS 5 Collier Arcade
Mrs. E. E. Kelly. and
The Rev. and Mrs. Kent Pendleton Mrs. Spicer made a tour
Fort MjerK, Florida :s
spent a few days the first of of her garden. Mrs. Spicer described .,
Mrs. Ruth B. Owens spent the I'the week visiting their son and. many of the interesting and Members of the Senior Class Successor to K. H, Oakley ?

week-end in Okeechobee with Ii I daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Stew unusual ,plants and flowers. From were honorees at an informal re- -.

friends. I art Pendleton in Fort Myers.Mr. here the members drove to Mrs. ception and dancing party, given '.-,.
'0.-- Stewart's home where a similar trip for them by their parents in the MECHANICAL, STRUCTURAL
Ray Bass spent the week-end school auditorium Wednesday'eve '
and Mrs. H. E- Crouch are was made through her gardens.Mrs. ARCHITECTURAL DESIGNS ;,
with his mother, Mrs. Angie Bass, ning, following the class play.
Stewart, chairman of the
leaving today for their home in Maps Estimates :f
in Okeechobee.Mr. Chairs were pushed against the
committee ,
Brooklyn. They have spent the nominating presented JOHN H. DOTY J
past five months at the ClewistonInn nominations of officers for the com- walls and a pretty serving table,

and Mrs. Johnson Powell of Apartments.Mrs. ing year and these officers were covered with a lace cloth and Engineering Consultant .:.

Wildwood were week-end guests, of unanimously elected as follows: lighted with candles held the punch Hopkins Bldg. decision, :Fla.Johnson's ;,-

Mr. and Mrs. Keathley Bowden.Mr. bowl and trays of sandwiches anda .
Mrs. Leah Spicer, president. I
F. W-, DeLozier and chil- ):
lovely cake, decorated with class
Mrs. O. A. Jones vice-president.
and Mrs. R. O. Couch, Grant, dren, Marion and Billy, who have j
colors and the words' ,
"Class of ''
Nail
Mrs. Campbell E. recording
Florida, were business visitors here spent the past month here with Mr. 1940". >
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Tuesday. and Mrs. I. D. Leydig and family, secretary.Mrs.
J. W. Ezellt Dancing was enjoyed by the 1
corresponding
returned to their home in Connells-
Fish Camp ;5
secretary. group, which included Misses Marie .
Senator David Elmer Ward of ville, Pa. this week. ,
Robbins, Florence Graham, Edythe
Mrs. W. H. Lanier, treasurer. '
Fort Myers was a business visitorin (Near Hurricane Gate) '
Nell Cornette :
Mrs. F. D. Duff, as program Maxine Doty and
Clewiston Saturday. Mrs. Glen Etherton will have as Lee Clewiston, Fla. 'i
chairman reported that a speaker Pridgen, Dick Patterson, Louis .
her guests today her brother, Van would be presented at the next Leiter, J. D. Hooker, Munselle Boats and 1\Iotors-Guide. Service :'.
J. Irvin Davis of Albany, Ga., Bush, and her mother, Mrs. F. R. ,v
meeting, the'topic of the talk to be Stone, J. B. Brantley, A. D. Frith, Rates Reasonable ':
was a business visitor here several Maxwell of Miami. Mrs. Maxwell
"Bulbs and Their Care." Walter Zuhn, Bert Schultz, Ed W. H. Johnson, Mgr.
days this week. expects to remain for a visit of Von '
Mach and Hervey Bourne
several days. Mrs. Spicer gave a most interest- mem-

Mrs. F. M.," Barbee, of Moore ing' report of the visit made by . _------
members of the club to
Haven, was' a business visitor here Mr. and Mrs. Miles Thomas have Miami eighteen recently at the invitation of ,'':,..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:,.:..:..:..:.,:..:..:..:..:..:..: :..:..:..:..:..:.,:..:..:..:..:..:..:.,:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..;,
Wednesday.Dr. had as their guests Mr.- Thomas'mother ',0 '
the North Miami Garden Club.
and sister, Mrs. A. B. y :

and Mrs. D. C. Thompson of Thomas and Miss Ellen Thomas of Refreshments were served follow-

Canal Point and Mr. and ,Mrs. Chicago. Miss Thomas returned to ing Attending the meeting the meeting on the lawn. Mrs. i For A Better Clewiston f I :
were
Clinton Coburn of Port Mayaccawere her home Saturday and Mrs. Thomasis
visitors' here Sunday.L. leaving this weekend.A Otto Larsen, Mrs. R. N. Smith,
Mrs. Kent Pendleton, Mrs. A. 0. y 0

Ward, 1Irs.V. F., Simpson, Mrs.E. :: =:
C. Sturges, who has been iU group of Clewiston young peo- A COMMUNITY HOUSE
L. Stewart, Mrs. Spicer, Mrs.F. .
at the Lee Memorial Hospital in ple enjoying a skating party at the 0:0 '":'
Rodriguez, Mrs G. B. Rack- y
Fort Myers, returned to Clewiston rink in Pahokee Tuesday night included x'
straw, Mrs. M. M. Prewitt, Mrs.J. ;=;=; VOCATIONAL EDUCATION ;;
Saturday. Misses Beulah Guthrie, Leah ::
H. Pressley, Mrs. C. E. Nail, :
Richaud, Marcia Avant, and Mary
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Davis and Mrs. C. J. Neilson, Mrs. C. L. ,Jo y,,
Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. James
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Friend of Canal WeaveY, Adolph Driggers, Harold I McLendon, Mrs. Fred Morrison, :i;: HIGHWAY' BEAUTIFICATION :!:

Point were visiting friends in, Clew Duke, and W ilbur' Dyess. Mrs. W. H. Lanier, Mrs. W. L. 0;'

iston Sunday. Lott, Mrs. R. H. Knight, Mrs. O. y
y
Jerry Bolton, young son of Mr. A. Jones, Mrs. F. D. Duff, Mrs. Kiwanis For 1940

Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Carlton and and Mrs. Ben Bolton, is improving Ralph Bishop 'and Mrs. Keathley Projects 1

j Beverly .Carlton are spending a steadily: in.Good Samaritan hospitalin Bowden.

two weeks' vacation at Fort Myers West Palm Beach where he BRIDGE CLUB MEETS i. '

Beach. has been a patient for the past ten WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON 0' "'. '::0
days. Jerry was suffering from an '
: =:
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Baker, Mr. ? :
infection <
which
seemed to be caused .
,
Mrs. D. G. Alston entertainedher .
and Mrs. Donald Plank and Joe bit of ; ,1-, .< : J. E. Beardsley
by a cane fiber entering the bridge club Wednesday after- :: :::
Baker spent Sunday with Mr. and lung. He was given surgical treat-
noon at the Clewiston Inn. A ,
:
Mrs. A. W. Schuler in Lake Harbor. ;:
ment followed by a blood transfusion
box of dusting powder was, awarded REAL ESTATE
Wednesday and has gained rapidly Mrs. L. C. Miller for high prize y :
Mrs. Jack O'Day and childrenand since that time. :: '
and box of JIM ::
a Old Spice soap was BEARDSLEY ART LAWRENCEMILDRED
Mrs. J. H. Pressley spent Fri-
won by Mrs. C. E. Johnson, who y :
day visiting friends in Ortona Locks BRIDGE PARTY AT HOME OF made the lucky cut :::: BETTY SPICEU ,DURST :::

and LaBelle.G. MRS. ,,'. C. I REVITT'FIUDAY Salad, sandwiches and tea were b

served to Mrs. Miller, MrsJohn- ';NNN N:":N N:"'N N NN:N N N:H N N N:N,i N..:..N:..:NN N N:N N:.:.:N:M:N:.,:N N:N N:N N:N:N:..:N H:N NON 1REELECT
B. Thomas and T. J. Reilleyare
MrsW.. C. Prewitt entertainedwith son, Mrs. H. R. Hall, Mrs. W. H.
attending the state American
a bridge party 'at her home Lanier, Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, Mrs. .
Legion convention in St. Peters ,
Friday afternoon. The living and Keathley Bowden, and Mrs R. ': :r _, : -
burg. dining rooms were arranged for N. Smith., I '

playing and were decorated with I
Mrs. T. M. Mills, II., N. Mills and several MIIS. MINKIl IS HOSTESS TO
vases of bright spring
Mrs. Claude Albury of Marco, were flowers. BRIDGE CLUI!, WK1>XKSI);\YMis.
guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. C.. Mills ,
and family Sunday. Mrs. M. E. Von Mach'received an C- E. Miner was hostess to ., .
Italian luncheon set as first prize; members of her bridge club at '

Mr. and Mrs. Arthur O. Oliver Mrs. R. N. Smith cut-work pllloV her home Wednesday. Mrs. R. C.

and Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Kolstad cases as second prize, Mrs. J. F. Nowling won a luncheon set .is

and Kim Kolstad spent Sunday Curry 'Pyrex dishes as third prize, first prize, Mrs. Harry Knight a

!1 afternoon in, Fort Myers and Immo- and Mrs. W. F. Simpson facial box of handkerchiefs for low and H L.

kalee. tissues as consolation. Mrs. M. M. Mrs. Glen Etherton an apron as Delaney

I Prewitt won fingertip towels as cut the travelling prize. B

Mrs. C. H. Berner and Miss Ruth. prize. Cake] with whipped cream and

Knight attended the funeral of Cake, ice cream, mints and an punch were served to Mrs. G. H.

Miss Mary Peacock in Miami Monday iced punch were served. The guest Small, Mrs. M. E. Von Mach, Mrs.' .

afternoon Miss Peacock died list included Mrs. F. Deane Duff, Nowling, Mrs. Etherton, Mrs. Foy
.
of streptococci infection Thursday. Mrs. H., J. B. Scharnberg, Mrs. Durrence, Mrs. R. M. Hare, jr. # ,

, She was a college room-mate of Elbert Stewart, MrsM.. E. Von and Mrs. Knight. SHERIFF'Th .

Miss Knight and had visited her Mach, Mrs.. B. A. Bourne, Mrs. H. ,

several times in Clewiston. A. Bestor, Mrs. R. Y. Patterson, GENE MILLS CKLEBHATES

.f 11TH BIRTHDAY WEDNESDAYGene

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Mills, son of Mr. and Mrs.
OF HENDRY COUNTY
E. C. Mills, celebrated his 11th "
SEE THE
birthday Wednesday with a weiner

roast, which was held on the. site ('

of the old Clewiston Inn.
New Philco
RefrigeratorNOW The guests 'enjoyed outdoor games

and
camp-me. Birthday cake, punch ,

ON ,DISPLAYat and candy were also served.
Those attending were Kim Kol-

stad, Bob Berner, Gene Doke, Ben

Bolton, iBerle Ingram, Dick and SOBER HONEST-CAPABLE-EFFICIENTI
John Schiffli Kay Bowden, Charles -
Clewiston Radio & Electric Shop
Bonbow, Shirley Owen, Mary Louise

Thomas Jo Ann Crouch, Sally Graham I I
I (PAID POLITICAL ADVERTISING)
ACROSS FROM POST-OFFICE Grace Ward and Carline .

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two keys to cabin THE CHEERFUL CHERUB

a I*"""love"""""" the"" ""nice i a



: I round world so much.
'J I BY LIDA LARRIMORE I It
i (0( MACRAE SMITH CO.' WNU SERVICE gives me trees

SYNOPSIS when she was fifteen. She had, she in reply to her questioning glance, chair, watching the 'movements of tnd mountains high.

discovered, exactly the same impulse "Uncle John's lawyer sent one to his hands in the yellow cone ol And

Charming, wealthy Gabriella (Gay for to do something, anything, to me. I naturally assumed that the lamp-light. She remembered them, ne.ver. stopping

returns thort) Graham to cabin, engaged in the to Maine Todd woods Janeway accompanied attract and hold his attention. cabin was mine and have used it brown and strong, against a canoo day or night *
a
by a friend Kate Oliver. The "You're looking well," she said. whenever I've had a chance." paddle, brown in lamplight as she It tikes me.'I\'
Idea of a stay at the cabin occurred to her "You're looking well, too." His She had not considered that possi- saw them now, moving chess-men (
when she received a key to it following the J" '
death of her godfather Uncle John Law eyes, regarding her steadily across bility. It was true, of course. It across a waxed apple-wood board, riding< through o. *
rence. The two girls notice immediatelythat the space which separated them, helda was the only logical explanation. She lean and brown but unsteady as they the

living someone in the has cabin.been Kate, and suspects probably that is, faintly ironical expression which felt, for a moment, in sympathywith were now, on the sleeve of a white sky.

Gay knows the identity of the mysterious she remembered very well. "I'm John, who, as well as she, was fur coat. Hands had an identity of tt.c,.",!
S occupant. While the girls talk, the mysteryman relieved." The engaging grin slant- the victim of some sentimentalityor their own. She would have recognized

returns. ed side-wise. "Your photographshave eccentricity contrived by a mem- them anywhere. Strange and e

\ given me the impression that ber of an older generation. But Un- very disquieting. Her throat ached

CHAPTER II-Continued you'd been skipping your vitaminsand cle John, as she ,remembered him, and, suddenly, humiliatingly, she r
-3- losing too much sleep." had been neither sentimental nor felt the hot sting of tears behind WNU Service.

"Impetuous," Kate murmured."He "My photographs-?" Gay ques- eccentric. The lawyer had made a her eyelids, .

seems to be in a hurry." tioned. mistake, perhaps. At any rate, it Kate broke the silence. "Well, cer-

He appeared almost before she "The press has been giving you wasn't John's fault any more thanit tainly no one is leaving tonight,"

had completed the thought, a tall, considerable space recently," he was hers. she said practically. "It's after ten

rangy young man in corduroys anda said in reply. "I understand that," she said, o'clock now." -

leather coat, the brim of a dark The press! Had they done some- "because I assumed'that it belongedto Gay glanced at her in gratitude

felt hat pulled down over his eyes. thing stupid at home? Gay's eyes me." Neither pride nor resent- which held, as well, an element of
He halted abruptly in the doorway, flew to meet Kate's startled glance.Kate's ment was entirely proof against the surprise.
the brightly lit room humor in the situation
stood surveying not against the
expression was reassur- "You can draw straws in the
with an expression which changed, she charm of his rare slow smile. Her "
She looked though Kate
as
ing. was morning, continued. "Or per
Kate watched from brusque inquiry met John's in BABY CHICKS
as herself'to inevitable eyes laughter and ,
resigning some haps one or the other of these-experiments ,.
to blank amazement. His disaster. Gay turned again to sympathy. Then- will be completed by BABY CHICKS(Mixed Heavies)No
face, lean and brown, with promi- John. "So you can't turn me out after then." Cripples! No Cullsl Wo guarantee $3 9 0
nent cheek-bones and jaw line, was all Live Delivery We pay postage.ATLAS p.rtoo
can you? he asked CHICK CO., ,
"This time you have the advan- "Of course, he said, after only a St.Louis Mo. p'ip.ldAGENTS "
had him "
familiar. She
vaguely seen "No, she said slowly consider-
"
,
she said. "We haven't
seen hesitation. "There
tage, slight are, unfortunately -
somewhere, in a quite different set- the for two ing. "But I can ask you to go."
papers days. no hotel accommodations -
ting. Somewhere- His smile faded little.
She fancied, for a moment, that a nearer than Machias."
"
"Hello John. Gay's voice sounded "Are Sell Nationally Famous
you planning to stay-indef- Klosquick Door
natural neither he, as well as Kate, knew the thought "And that," Kate said cheerfully, Closers. Proven household necessity-Tre-
completely very initely? he asked.
mendous profits. Mail $1 for line
which had flashed into her mind. complete
"would I think be
cordial nor very aloof, certainly not "Not longer than a week carrying mat- of samples. Refund if not satisfied: -Cash
His expression, was wholly ironical. per- ters much too far." In on this opportunity-Act now. SPRING
Kate heard her "
'. at all surprised. I haps. STEEL, CO., 15 Astor Place, N. Y. C.
rise from the chair. The young man But"I "I have another week." She knew "I agree with you." He smiled appreciatively
was referring to the rotogravure -
I at Kate. "There's
removed his
in the door-way slowly a '
sections he said "and the that he, too, was considering, choos"I WELDING OUTFITSWELDING
c
: hat. His hair was thick and dark cot in the room I work in. You can

;:. and cut short'' to thwart, Kate suspected fifty-cent magazines. have the larger room, there. I see OUTFITS 527.73 ELECTRIC
t a tendency toward waves. He hesitated, then, "May I wish you've brought blankets and thereis Welders $50.62. Superior Oxy-Acetylenc; ,
happiness?" he asked. Mall Order Dept., HAMILTON, OHIO.
you linen I think. He started
towardthe
;; She doubted whether, after the first ,
quick glance, he was aware of her "Why not? f ; door. "I'll get my things out of
"I do wish that for you. He con- the "
in the room. His eyes re- way.
presence tinued to regard her steadily but Earned SuccessI
, mained fixed upon Gay. "Don't bother," Kate said, start
r "Gayhe said slowly, incredu- the slanting smile had vanished and :. ing with her tray toward the kitchen. -

lously. his eyes were very "grave. "We can manage just for to wish to preach, not 'the doc-
"Thank you, John. trine of
night. ignoble ease, but the
He had a beautiful mouth. "Beautiful" -
His altered.He .
, steady gaze presently They were ignoring her doctrine of the strenuous life, the
wasn't a word you used to around the room Gay
\> describe a man, Kate told herself. glanced thought, making plans 'in which she life of toil and effort, of labor and
"I'm host he said.
It was beautiful, though, generous, "You've a had very to poor bring in, lug- had no voice; He was friendly strife; to preach that,highest formof
:' sensitive, expressive. Wondering your enough with Kate. Gay resented that success which comes, not to the
and I've been t
gage get
your supper.
friendliness from man who desires 1
which mere
she easy
dark was
; recognition kindled in his eyes. ex
For an unguarded moment some talking politics up at the village cluded. She felt, again, a compel peace, but to the man who does

r f' strong emotion gave his dark, rather store. Why didn't?"you let me know a Itl ling urge to attract and hold his at- not shrink from danger, from
you were coming tention. hardship, or from bitter toil, and
: grave face a glancing brilliance.
The question had, for Gay, only who out of these wins the splen-
l" Kate found herself, in that momentof "Johnshe said.
implication. Resentment like
one a did
S ultimate
silence, almost holding her fresh breeze blowing through a room He stopped at the door, turned, triumph.TheodoreRoosevelt.

k breath. too warm and perfumed, cleared the stood waiting for her to continue. .
,'. "I have the advantage, John," confusion from her mind. Kate, at the kitchen door, glanced

i.. Gay,said. "I knew it was you who "Did you think I knew you were back over her shoulder.
S "
was here. here?" she asked quietly but with Gay held herself very erect. "I FEEL GOOD
I? The brilliance faded out of his warmth kindling in her voice. will not be leaving tomorrow," she

f: face. Kate saw his .mouth set a He turned to look at her in sur- said, conscious of and regretting the Here is Amazing Relief of
little grimly. prise. arrogance in her voice. She would Conditions Due to Sluggish Bowels
i "You usually have, haven't you?" ); j' If you think all laxatives
"But if you didn't, why did you have liked to reach him through lit .ItM'liU1J.J. act alike, just try this
he asked quietly. come?" friendliness. Arrogance was too obvious f1J: all vegetable laxative.
"Not always." The question So mild thorough, refreshing, invigorating. De-
and
i Resentment flamed into anger. too petty an approach.But pendable relief from sid: headaches. bilious spells
seemed to have shaken Gay's com- But anger was stupid. She returnedhis whatever he felt for her it was tired feeling when associated with constipation.
She turned to Kate.'"Kate get a 25c box of NR from your
posure. glance directly, her chin uncon- Cn not friendliness. The glance he exchanged Without Risk drugsist. Make the test-then
I; she said, "Miss Oliver, may I pre- sciously lifting, her eyes bright and now, with Kate impelledher If not delighted, return the box to us. We will
:' sent-Is it-Doctor Houghton now?" scornful. to add, "Kate can do as she refund price. That's the purchase fair. '

L..' she asked, ,turning again to the tall "You haven't become lessfatuous must make myexperimenthere. likes, of course. I shall stay." Get NR Tablets today. p a s,. ,r

r' young man in the doorway. have you?" she asked."I ." "Which means-?" he asked.

' "Doctor Houghton," he affirmed. didn't mean that the way it ing'his "That I will appreciate it if you'llremove xti
words with deliberation
b" He smiled Kate little diffidently. try- Also Live Well
at a sounded, he said quickly. "I'm not your things from the room."
their
"I've met Miss Oliver," he said. that fatuous. I meant, how did you ing to her.gauge"It's rather probable impor-effect He was silent for a moment. Such as are thy habitual

,, "Certainly. How do you do?" expect"to get in unless someone was upon tant week," he went on,an"my last Then, "Certainly," he said civilly. thoughts, such also will be the
:, Kate remembered now. She had the here?
character of soul-for
thy the soulis
, vacation, probably, for some time." "Now, Gay- Kate began with
answer. This was Dr. Lawrence'snephew Her level did not
glance waver. dyed by the thoughts. Dye it,
"This is for some asperity, 'paused, rolled her
. John who'd with him His week important me,
come confusion
momentary gave her then, with a continuous series of
too," Gay said with equal deliberation eyes upward, compressed her lips
\. to Gay's debutante party. This was the advantage. She pressed'' reso- such thoughts as these-that
' the man with whom Gay still Mylas't, ofShe paused, then and went out into the kitchen. John
; young lutely, smarting from humiliated remained in the where a man can live, there, if
standing
added, smilingof vacation prob- opposite
had stolen away from the party that pride. The he" will, he can also live well.-
night. She Kate had them should ably for some time. doorway. slanting smile ap
seen re "Why I have had the faint- Marcus Antoninus.
turning. She remembered now. est idea that you, especially, shouldbe The slanting smile, more mockingthan peared as her eyes met his.

Gay's: face, soft and bright, framedin here?" she asked. amused,,told her that he under- "The long arm of coincidence. ,"

the collar of a white fur coat, stood the implication of the pause he said. '
"But who else would be? His ex- _2?
TRY JUST TWO PROP ON THAT
upturned to the tall young man bend- pression was frankly puzzled. "I've and the smile."I "It is-incredible.

', ing to speak to her in the dimly lit never' rented it. My kid sister hada should be a gentleman and "Not too incredible. You might NOSEPRIPPINGAGONrOFACOlPlP )

4-,: passage that led to a side-door of house-party here this summer. clear out, I suppose," he said slow- have found me here any one of a :' -- HOSE DROP5.

; the ball-room. Otherwise it hasn't been occupied ly. "Unfortunately, it isn't as simpleas number of times during the. past

ttf.- She had the answer but it did not except when I've been here." that. I'm making an experi- three years."

t' relieve her concern. There was She pressed her advantage stub- ment," he said diffidently. "It's.just (TO BE CONTINUED) For Long Life

; something between Gay and this bornly, incensed by the posses- getting well under way." Every man desires to live long,

;S young man. Kate felt it vibrating sive tone ,in which he spoke of her "Amateur photography?" Kate but no man desires to be old.-

1: in the air of the room though the property. "Who gave you permis- asked from her position against the U. S. Families on Relief Swift

k, words they spoke were casual. This sion to use the cabin at any time?" chimney. Buy 'Protective Foods

', was the motive, then, whether she'd she asked. "Probably of no, greater impor-
r known he was here or the meeting "PermissionHe stared at her tance," he said with a deprecating What do,families on relief actually DEVELOPED

.' was a coincidence. This, he, wasr' in perplexity. laugh. by with blue stamps issued freeas "Fll'MS
practical method for distributing 19 and PRINTED
why she had wanted to come. "Didn't you know that Uncle, John Kate shouldn't have, Gay thought, a foods of which there is a surplus MY SIZE ROLL. 6 OK 8
. Kate gave a distracted thought toGay's left the cabin to me?" feeling again that reluctant but com- .\ EXPOSURES-HIGH GLOSS' .
What foods do tl-
? choose
'
supply they PRINTS-POSTAGE PAID
family, to a blond young man "To you?" pelling sympathy for John. Kate
when they have opportunity to selectas SKYLAND STUDIOS
\0 with charming manners whom she "Yes." It was the granddaughterof was getting back at' her. She deserved please from limited list "Land if Thi Sky Tsshsrs"ASHEVILLE. ,.

,, liked very much. David Graham speaking, the it, perhaps, but he didn't."I of surplus they foods? a N.C.

s:: "Heaven help us!1" she said silently granddaughter of Peter Schuyler, suggested photography," Gay
0- the shadow of events to comer secure in her inherited assurance, said. "I thought possibly the ma- It is too early to draw general
; lying darkly across her mind. And quite obviously taking pleasure in terials in your laboratory were conclusions, says Milo Perkins, in WNU-7 17-40

;,-. then, because her rectory past would the routing of an intruder. things Uncle John had left." i charge of the United States depart-

; pop up now and then, "The prayers "But that's impossible," he said "I'm sorry. It's just thatHe ment of agriculture food-stamp pro-

" of the congregation are requested," crisply. ran his hand with an impatient ges- gram. But for a six-week periodthe 0

:. she added. "His lawyer sent me a key three ture across his crisp dark hair. "It stamp holders spent a little more

I years ago nearly," Gay said, '"just probably won't amount to anything, than 80 per cent of their blue stamps .I
i "Of course you've met Kate." The after Uncle John died." but I want to see it through. If I for "protective" foods and a little Help Them Cleanse the Blood 4
Dinging vibration in She watched him less than 20 per cent for flour, of Harmful Body Waste
,. was Gay's voice. intently, expect- leave here now, all that I've done
. "I'm sorry. I had forgotten." ing some attempt at justification, will be lost." corn meal, rice and beans. Your kidneys are constantly filtering

1 "I hadn't." He took a few steps explanations, an apology, perhaps.She "I suppose I should be a lady and For this period the stamp plan waste kidneys matter sometimes from the lag blood In their stream.workdonot But

r forward into the room. "Miss Oli- did not expect the smile of I leave you in peace," Gay said qui- was effective in five cities. There act as.Nature intended-fail to remove -
that, if
ver rescued me, on one occasion, somewhat incredulous amusement etly, quite steadily, but with a silken were minor differences in adminis- poison impurities the system and upset retained the ,whole may
from a fate worse than death." which crept slowly upward from his I thread of retaliation running throughher trative methods to discover which body machinery.

"I remember," Kate said. Gay lips into his eyes. voice. "Unfortunately, that isn'tso variations of the basic plan seemedto persistent Symptoms headache may be,attacks nagging of backache dizziness,,

glanced at her quickly. Kate was "Does that impress you as being simple, either. I'm making an work best. In general, orange- getting up nights, swelling puffiness
lighting a cigarette. Her eyes in amusing?" she asked with dignity. experiment." colored stamps, which were boughtby .I anxiety under the and eyes loss-of a feeling pep and of strength.nervous

the spurt of flame from the match "Uncle John was my god-father. "And you must make it here?" the relief family, could be usedto Other signs of kidney or bladder disorder -

were twinkling under the frown that ,There's no particular reason, is "Yes," she said, after a moment. buy any foods, and half as man '' too frequent are sometimes urination.burning, scanty or

knotted her brows. "You had," she there, why he shouldn't have left "I came for that purpose. I must blue stamps given free could QQ I There should be no doubt that prompt
added, speaking to John, "a tendency the cabin to me?" make my-experiment here." spent only for foods on the offic al Doan's treatment Pills.is Doan's wiser than have been neglect.winningnew Use

to bolt into empty rooms." "I suppose there isn't," he said, .as A pause followed, not warm and surplus list. At that time the s.ur- friends have for nation-wide more than forty years.
They
reputation.
"It was my first debutante party," though that point was of small im intimate as the first had been. This plus list included butter. eggs, Are recommended a by grateful people the

he said. His diffident half-smile wid- portance. The smile deepened. "I was a truce, a break in active hos- oranges, grapefruit, peaches. peters; country over. Ask your neighbor ,

ening into an engaging grin, excluded was just wondering how many other tilities. John walked to the table cabbages, peas, tomatoes, onions, 1e

Gay. That studied indif- people are likely to pop in here end picked up his pipe. Gay stood dried prunes, white flour, graham iTh'rTT e
ference enraged her now as it had with keys. You see," he continued half-leaning against the back of the flour, corn meal and rice. '
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Is NOT prayer a study of I I OUR COMIC SECTION' HOUSEHOLD QUESTIONSThe

truth, a sally of the soul into
the unfound infinite-No man

ever prayed heartily without cut surface of a lemon will
learning something.-Emerson. remove marks made by matcheson

Now happiness consists in painted walls.

\ tion activity of our; such nature is ;the it is constitu-a run- o I Events in the Lives of Little Men I 0 frying.Never Salt salt *fresh* meats when

tends
to
ning stream, and not' a stag- extract the
nant pool.Good.You juices and hardens' ,these meats.
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cannot escape necessi- \ When washing or ironing, puta
ties; you can conquer, them.- thick 'rug under your feet and

Seneca.A = : you will find you do ,not tire so
heart that never hardens a tem easily.
per that never tires, and a touch that *
1 .t never hurts.-Charles Dickens. % Before ,washing colored handkerchiefs
Loyalty is the holiest good in for the first time, soak
the human heart.-Seneca. them for 10 minutes in a basin of
Ff. ; cold water to which a tablespoonof .
turpentine has'been added.

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Your Shower GiftsLET'S Old Wicker ChairBy
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make some bright new KREs THIS chair, now so smart in its
INCLUDING THE
NUMO hot iron | sateen button '
cover, tufting
I transfer, Z9108, 15 cents, has just L1CEMSEnrrnip and moss fringe trimming, barely .:;
the motifs you've been wanting- KQQPOdt escaped the trash burner. It had ,.>
pretty enough for any bride-to-be I 11 r I ( I! I r been such a comfortable chair ;
and a gay tonic for your own
that everyone hated to see it go. :
winter-weary kitchen. The nine Sis said it was out-of-date and pos- ::;
designs illustrated are all on this itively untidy. Someone :!
suggested -
one pattern; note that these combine I il 0 7 f I ri1l\1rt? it, might be covered. Mother .,;
into distinct sets of three
'said that wouldn't be a bad idea .:
each.A JJli.L 1 if it could be padded first! That ..;'
pastel waterlily flanked by % '
gave Sis a brain wave. Why not ,.'..-:
two lily pads of green is the basisof tuft it? By' pushing a long darn-

one lovely set. Sunflower, ing needle back and forth through ,i

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the cover, padding and openmgs:1
morning glory and wild rose motifs 5ro? wlLLyuMfr in the wicker? She had been ,i

make up the second set; the ? S 'oKE '2 ATt wanting a tufted chair, so work .:
third set 'is a clever group con- ,- *A trr IM k SCA'fZE'D-1M, began at once. ..'

sisting of two pup panholders I The sagging arm rest maga- -;,,'
which slip into a doghouse holder tMA zine holder and frayed-out wicker .

when not in use. around the legs were removed.The .
,So if you're in need of inexpen- chair was padded and cov- ,,',
sive shower gifts, order this pat- : ered, as shown, and a new seat ,.
tern, then get out your scrap, bag cushion was added. The tuftingwas 'f
and start to work. You could giveno T done by sewing through tightly ;:,

more practical,nor appreciated 0l with heavy carpet thread; add- _::
gift than one of these attractive ing a button on each side of the ''

sets. And, of course, the several T '. stitch.
'
4 stampings of this NUMO transfer NOTE: 'Detailed directions for (
will enable you to make sets for changing an old iron bed into the '
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yourself, too. Send order to: 'E x r''' latest style are given in Mrs.

Spears' Book No. 3; also how to
make "The Rug That Grew Up :
AUNT MARTHABox
With the Family." Thirty other
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fascinating ideas for Homemakers. -

t desired.Enclose Pattern 15 cents No.for....each......pattern.. cSCAeab-I.( So, If you want to use this idea, .
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PAIN WHERE IT 'HURTS
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wakes up lazy nerves and muscles in your crbt,
mind is unsworn.-Cicero.
but
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how much better you feel by taking the 0Hp
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children love to taste this pleasant I
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-Senna with Syrup Pepsin at yom c'L
druggist today!
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TEN frttE: CLEW1STON NEWS FRIDAY, APRIL 20, 1940


10. Ward, Mrs. C. W. Simmons, Mrs. Standings at close of season: next, burg, Marianna, Miami, Miami
TURK WINS 4-2 OVER W. R. Broderlck, Mrs.: A. J. Robi- Team W. L. Pet. Like their books, they needed a Beach, New Smyrna, Ocala, Orlando,

son, Mrs. Lucretia Garrison, Mrs- Moore Haven ............33 9 .786 text. Palatka, Panama City, Pensacola,
R. C. Nowling, :Mrs. 'J. L. Whitaker, Merchants ........ ........ 29 13 .690 There was Bud and Waters and Ed Punta Gorda, St. Petersburg, San-
SHELLEY IN FINALSOF Mrs. E. J. Vent and Mrs. H. Heidt. High School .............. 28 14 .667 Von Mach, ford, Sarasota, Tallahassee, Tampa,
Mrs. Don Plank was received as a Royals ...................... 20 22 ..476C. Who won many-games with a timely Tavares. Vero Beach, West Palm
GOLF TOURNEYBy new member. R. and D. ............ 20 22 ..476U. wisecrack.And Beach, Winter Haven and Winter
: S. S. C. ................ 17 25 .405 J. B. Brantley and Munselle Park.
Clewiston To Join Commissary' ......,........ 12 30 ..286C. Stone
of C. .................... 9 33 .214 Who many times brought the win NEWLYWEDS DIG FORTREASURE
BOB ,BAIRR. In LaBelle Baby Show Individual Averages ners home. ON ISLAND

W. Turk, Clewiston's long- J. B. Brantley, 151.6; Ed Ward, Then came Royal's, those handsome o ,
Honeymoon Island,Apr. 26 (FNS)
battled thrua boys,
hitting school teacher Clewiston children under the age 150.4; Ed Markette, 149.8 ; M. E.
Who handled the pins like they -Newlywed couples of this "honeymooner's "
this course
young hurricane on of five years are eligible to enter Von Mach, 146.8; Junior Waters,
Sunday to win the Everglades Match the prize baby show contest held 142.9; E. H. Holstine, 142.3; H. were toys. haven" participated in a
R. C. Wilson and McLaughlin too hunt for legendary buried treasure
Emmett ,
Play''' Championship over by the LaBelle Woman's Club, and C. Kolstad, 141.3; John Dowd, -
Shelley, 4 and 2., Were honored greatly for what this week, and in a measure were
Kingfish)
( culminating with a coronation pa- 110.9 ; G. Stallions, 140.6; Sandy
The match see-sawed back and geant, on Friday night, May 10th; Bell, 140.5; J. M. Couse, 140.3; L. they would do. successful.Mr. .
forth nearly all of the way. Turk The contest is being conducted Hardy, 140.1 ; Bill Martin, 140.1; The Hollingsworth boys with Royaland and Mrs. John Linde, of

looked good at the start by going s.as a means of raising funds neededto Carr Settle, 139.6; F. Hollings- Driggers, Milwaukee, leaders- of the group, f
1 up on the first hole and stayingeven add a new roof to the, clubhouse. I worth, 139.2; N. R. Hager, 137.9; Vied with Stallings for reaching the enlisted the aid of science in the
or in front through 7 holes, Registration books for Clewiston E. E. Kelly, 137.9 ; S. L. Crochet figgers. search and armed to the teeth with
but wound up the first 9 holes .2 children are in charge of Mrs. C.. 136.3; Bob Logan 136-3; Keathley The Clewiston Realty and Development electrical apparatus which records

down. J. Lovvorn at Parkinson's.:.. Bowden, 135.8 ; J. Wilcox, 135.3; team the presence of burled metal, explored .,
Dick evened up the match againon Voting will be by. official ,tickets Ed Von Mach, 134.5 ; Gratton Are not the answer' to a bowler's I the southern tip of the :isle

the 11th, but ,dropped backon only, and each 25 cent ticket en- George, 134.3; Jimmy Wilson, dream. I and near the famed"eagle's nest" .
the 12th. Dick and Emmett titles the holder to 25 votes. Babiesup 133.2J.; Hollingsworth, 132.5; Joe Though S. K. Swayne and Captain found tangible evidence that metal

halved the 13th with par 5's. Dick to 1 year, children 1 to 2 years Schroeder, 131.7; Bud Vaughn, Bell was buried on the spot. In addi-
again evened up the match on the and 3 to 5 years make up the different 128.7; A. Driggers, 127.1; B. Mc- Fought with the ball and tried like tion, several _excavations attestedto
14th with a par 4 and then lost classes and the, first ten Laughlin, 127.0; Munselle Stone, -t' the fact that others had tried-
the 15th to Emmett's par 3. They entries will receive 100 extra votes.: I 125.4 ; A. ",.. Lawrence, 122.5; 0. They and Knight and Wilson, it I and evidently failed.
halved the 16 and 17th and Emmett There will be a prize for the I I F. Schiffli 121.7; J. H. Harper, seems, : Shovels fairly flew in the hands .k
went to lunch 4' up. best boy and girl in each class, anda 121.6; Boyd VorheeS, 121.0; J. K. Could not compete with Lefty of the men of the party, while their
:After lunch. Emmett put on a special prize for the most identical -II Weaver, 120.8 ; H.: Knight, 120.5; Holstine. brides stood by with awed expres-
drive to win the match in short set of twins and the outstanding R. C. Wilson, 119.6; G. Small, Though for keeping the ball in sions. A depth of three feet was
order. He won the 19th and halved redhead winner. 119.40.. Waters, 119.1 ; J. F. your fist, reached, the electrical apparatusstill
I,Tf the next two holes, but Dick still I In determining the winner in Tippey; 118.6; Ed Clark, 117.8; H. Look for G. Small and his Harlem indicated metal. At a depth of

had a hand in the game and evenedup each class, the decision of the i| A. Bestor, 117.0;' S. K. Swayne, twist. \ i about five feet, a cry went up from
on the 25th with a birdie 4. judges as to beauty and personalitywill 116.7; W. E. ''Boone, 116.7; M. W. And now for the team rating sixthin the group. A shovel had touched

Dick again went 1 down at the count 50 per cent and votes 50 Bigg, 116.6; C. V. Parkinson, 114.6; line, buried metal! Frantic digging, with
26th and came out all square on the per cent. Judges will be from out E. P. Shelley, 114.0; W. H. Lanier' The Administration bunch seemedto hands now, uncovered a battered,
27th with a birdie 3. After going of the county and disinterested 113.0; Fred Flanders, 111.3; E. R. have the worst time. rusty half-gallon TIN CANemptythe
1 down on the 2Sth Dick evenedup parties. Decisions will be made Bass, 110.4; M. Oliver, 106.6; J. For Bestor and his Scotch, and
left over of some ancient
on the 29th, then put on a Wednesday May 8, 2:30 P. M. at W. Ezelle, 102.3; J. W. :rIoranI Schiffli trying' to sight, picnicers. i
stretch drive to close Emmett out the clubhouse, voting to. close the 96.0. And Crochet and Bigg, though they
the 34th with birdie 4. and tried all night. "Well, we're not discouraged.
on a same day: at 6 P. M. The king I
Their Cards queen will be selected at this time Following are scores of final And, Shelley and Von Mach before We'll still try, and its fun," said
Morning round: the the grandstand's eyes, the Lindes.
and will be crowned at corona- games Monday night:
Turk: tion pageant. C. R. and D. Couldn't keep Moran from winningthe

555 554 565 -45. 654 551 455 -1287 Bell ................ 143 174 135 ; booby prize.
Shelley: First Lady 'Visits- Wilson ............ 99 Now the Commissary team deserves. OUT
654 563 554.-43. 763 5531. 434 -42 -85 some praise, OF TOWN
Swayne .......... 115 111 148
Afternoon Round: (Continued from Page 1) Holstine .......... 124 137 138 I Though many of them had absentee PRINTERS PAY

Turk: United States Sugar Corporationunder Small __....._..: 108 123 I ways. I Iii NO TAXES HERE III
But Oliver and Bass, and Kolstad'snerve
654 554 463 -42. 554 543 445 "3981
the guidance of F. E. Bryant, Dummy......... 114'
LET US DO YOUR
and 87, total 168 eastern division superintendent. Tippey ............ 108 128 -
Kept the Captain throwing those
Shelley: After a drive through the village Total.......... 595 640672 .. PRINTINGQmahappi&imw. J
554 655 55444.465 554 555 -4488 \ wicked curves.
U. S. S- Commissary
Mrs. Rcosevelt visited the new'eastern
But Hager and Harper and those
and 85, total 173 division hospital and seemed Bass ................ 120 85 other two,

greatly interested in the facili- Boone ............ 114
Boone and Waters should try to do
31. S. HOLDS BUSINESS ties provided for the medical care Harper ............ 143 108 127
More to improve their methodof
things
MEETING TUESDDAY AT CHURCH of the colored workers. She visited Waters ............' 140 145 140 bowling, ...
-- Kolstad' ........._ 116 143 136 x
of the hospital, spoketo
-; Mrs. A. R. Broadfoot presided at every room And keep the Commissary toward
; the three patients there at the Hager ............;. 130 133
the business meeting of the W. M. championship rolling.
Oliver .............. 95
time and asked several questions
S. which was held Tuesday after- And last but not least in our alley
pertaining to the hospitalization of Total..........633 611 631
noon at the church. league,
U. S. S. C.
Chief item of business was the the workers. Is a team that shows complete lack
Crochet .......... 114 134 130
discussion of a circle plan for theorganizatiop She also paid a visit to the of greed.
village commissary and to the Bestor ............ 133,. 109. i <
next year. Hostesses For the Chamber didn't want the
':. were Mrs. Arch Hodges and Mrs. colored school where the pupils Bigg .....>......... 112 115 129 honors high
Moran ............ 112 '
;, Herman Davis. gave an impromptu program in her
They didn't care to win, or lose, .,
r.., Attending were Mrs.. H. G. Mc- honor with several selections by Von Mach .... 98 155 or tie. % ors

': Leroy, Mrs. L. C. Miller, Mrs. G. the school band. She respondedwith Shelley......... 165 85 For keeping up with their record
/ E. Wenzloff, Mrs. Clarence Krueger, a brief talk to the children. Schiffli ............ 141 96 past,
: Mrs. E. E. Kelly, Mrs. H. E. Walker, Back in Miami Mrs. Roosevelt I Total..........569 664. 595 They had to be sure to come in
u Mrs. E. M. Cornette, Mrs. C. Nel- had little to say regarding her Moore: Haven last.

son, Mrs. M. C. Vowell, Mrs. Frank visit to the 'glades other than I Settle ............ 123= 124 125 Now C. V. Parkinson and Dr.
19! '. Cothetn, Mrs. Alex McGowan, Mrs. that conditions outside of the main- Flanders ...__.., 101 83 Ezelle rl
H. L. Davis, Mrs. A. D. Dixon, tained camps were "the worst she Bowden .......... 146 144 145 And Weaver and Lanier have done I

Mrs. E. L. Hayes, Mrs. A. H. King, had ever seen". Vorhees ......._. 101 95 ,120 very well.
Mrs. M. ,C. Doke, Mrs. C. E. Nail, Mrs. Roosevelt was invited to Couse .............. 126 176 133 But to Ed Clark and Captain Ward /SwixGS
T Mrs. M. A. Thomas, Mrs. R. J. the 'glades by the sugar corpora Dowd ................ 89 Should go much praise and due
Blount, Mrs. Dan Allen, Mrs. A. tion while' visiting in Miami the Total ........... 597 627 606 reward. 0 0,
first of the year but was unexpectedly For Wlard was the best in bowling
called back to, Washington and 'fG 11o.i
I shoes,
Read by M. E. Von Mach at
wrote her regrets at being unableto : bowling banquet. The author, refused But Clark takes the prize for his
come at that time. Another inflation -
colorful hues.
to reveal his identity: I
RE-ELECT
I
e &! J. was extended when it Ten'pin bowling's a wonderful J But our heartfelt thanks go to 'you '5-
was learned that she planned to all, .

ANDREWS make another visit to Miami in the It game leads most sports in hall of Who've had a hand in rolling the I
Clewiston
spring. v fame. ball. Federal }

Bowl up high or bowl way low, Your sportsmanship 'and grand fair .
.. Banquet Ends- It's fun ,the same for fast and play, Savings and Loan
slow. Have put the League high in a

(Continued From Page One) Moore Haven, the winners, have a great big way! AssociationGood

with a certificate entitling him toa great team; I
medal on arrival. J. B. Brantley Always ready to put on more steam: Insured Savings i I
was high and will receive the gold Carr Settle, their captain, has a

medal, Ed "Ward was second and hook ball, Show Big Gain
will get a silver medal while Ed Would get 'many strikes if only]
Markette was given a certificate fora they'd fall. FarmLand
bronze medal for third place. (The And Jimmy Couse with always a Washington, April 26-A totalof ,

medals arrived this morning). smile, 1,688 loans on homes amountingto
i The booby prizes were next For a Lucky Strike would walk a $5,351,163 were made by the
;
UoS. SENATOR awarded and the first recipient of mile. 47 insured savings and loan asso- Jo.

DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY MAY 1940< lone of these was Jay W. Moran who And Keathley Bowden we must not ciations in Florida during the first
I had low individual average. He forget, quarter of 1940, Nugent Fallon, |I
for Rent
was: presented with a silver minia- Vhen under 'pressure gets more General Manager of the Federal;
(PAID POLITICAL ADVERTISING) ture bowling ball and as he scann- pep. Savings and Loan Insurance Corpor-

.' ed the inscription he was presentedwith Lawrence Hardy and Johnny Dowd I ation, announced today.. These
aminiature gutter in which to Help' to make up this happy crowd. figures compare with 911 loans'
roll it. He made a nice comebackby Vorhees and Flanders, although totaling $2,943,402 in the opening
stating' that he had confused subs, three months of 1939, he said. As
bowling with golf and thought that Never can be classed as dubs. of March 31, total loans on the
.i- the lowest man was the best man Then come the 'Merchants, so sturdy books of these associations amounted -
I; I '
( on the team. and true, to $47,082,000.There Trespassers r
Booby prizes were awarded thento Tried ;'to make first but ended in are 38,604 savers now j '
Will Be
each member of the cellar team two. using the' thrift facilities of these

and much amusement was affordedby Ed i Maikette, 'their captain, you locally owned and managed institu- ProsecutedClewiston
the novel trick prizes which each know, tions in Florida, one of which oper-
member of the team was compelled At :Moore Haven one night, stole ates under state charter and 46
i .J& to open and demonstrate as pre- the whole show. under Federal charter. Their, sav- /'
sented. Bill Martin, a good bowler in trial, ings are fully protected against loss ,
EQUAL ; J A few minutes of serious busi- After the dinner will be back in up to $5,000 per account by the I
JUSTICETO ness talk followed with a motion style. Insurance Corporation here, a Fed-
I made and unanimously! carried thaf Bob Logan with his grace and form eral Government instrumentality. ,r
ALL l &ffiWM all the present league officers bo Took all, the gills)!' by thunder and Assets of the associations totaled
retained for the remainder of the storm. $53,498,000 on March 31. These Realty And
year and that work on plans for an Pop Kelly, a bowler of' old, associations are located in Barfow,
elimination; tournament be startedat Showed the youngsters how strikes Belle Glade, Bradenton, Clearwater,
Able lawyer,business man,citrus grower, once. could be tolled. Clewiston, Coral Gables, Daytona
,I, world war veteran Past President State The first bowling tournament wasa Wilcox and George and Schroeder. Beach, Deland, Eustis, Fernandina,
Bar.Teacher and experienced executive,. decided success and every member too, Fort Lauderdale, Fort Myers; Fort
S r of the league voted to continue Depend _on them, they'11 come i I Pierce, Gainesville, Hollywood, Jack-
Corporation J J.M J.PAGE
with some type of bowling compe- through. sonviUe, Kissimme, Lake Cjity, Lake j
.(PAID I
POLITICAL ADVERTISING) tition. I Then the High School team came Wales, Lake Worth, Lakeland, Lees- ,



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