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Title: The Clewiston news
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Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: May 3, 1940
Publication Date: 1928-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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VOLUME 14; NUMBER SI., CLEWISTON, FLORIDA FRIDAY, MAY 3, 1910 bUIlSCRlPTIOX $2.00 PER YEAR '
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Voters Urged To Vote Early AndAvoid ;!








i Confusion At Polls Tuesday



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.- Interest Is Great In State And : I Census Enumeration I I Larger Registration In Precinct t-- '.


Nearing Completion I



County Races In Firs Primary I Mrs W.. C. Hooker 4 census enum- Will Force Fafter Balloting ,

erator of the Clewiston district, c'}
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0 I states that she has about completedthe (I :

RECORD VOTE IS :EXPECTED: official federal count of resi- EXTRA BOOTHS TO FACILITATE
Committee Rejects Baccalaureate To Be :/
IN CLEWISTOX PRECINCTTUESDAY dents. However, there are still HANDLING :MORE '

a few families she has been un- VOTERS i::1
East Shore ProjectA Preached On May 12
able to contact, and she is continuing .-
Clewiston will probably poll its her work through next weekin Vote Earl)' and Vote QuicklyThis

record vote in Tuesday's primary, $3,960,000 hurricane protec- an effort to complete the: census slogan should be adopted' .:;.::

'when more than. a thousand votersare and have the records as accurateas Rev. Nevin Schaaf, pastor of the :
raise
tion project, designed to and by Clewiston for the primary elec- :
qualified to go to the polls at possible.Mrs. First Presbyterian Church of Coral 'f
strengthen the east shore, levee on tion here next Tuesday, since this
Hall and cast their ballots. '
the City Lake Okeechobee for maximum hur- ,Hooker has made more Gables, will deliver the baccal- precinct will poll about twice as :.

The number is twice as large as ricane protection was rejected than, one call at every, residence in aureate sermon to the 1940 Clew- many votes this year ,as ever be- ;

the number who voted in the past Thursday by a senate-house con- her' territory, and she urges those iston graduates at the new high fore, and time and space will beat i;

[ elections and much interest: has ference committee acting upon, the whom she has missed on these callsto school auditorium on Sunday night, a premium. -, '

been shown in the campaign.The senate-approved omnibus authorization co-operate by telling her when
March 12, it was announced this Extra booths are being erected

.. city hall will be the polling bill for rivers and harbors. she may reach them. Phone 66 and morning by R. W' Turk, supervising -I I and every effort is being exerted tcr .:\

place for Precinct 1, which includesall Chairman Bailey of the senate leave a message or drop a card principal of the Clewiston' get voters out to the polls early ;;

of Clewiston and South Clewis- commerce committee said the pro- in the post office and she will call school. :I in order to avoid crowding and

ton. Polls will open at, 8 o'clock ject was rejected because it. relatedto at any time that' convenient to This is the opening event of waiting lines. Even so, the elec- ,,.;

and remain open until sundown.The flood contrcfl rather than to the other' party. graduation week which will end tion officials are looking forward to i

following officials will be navigation. It was one of tw. Mrs. Hooker's small record book with.the. graduation exercises on a busy, busy day. :

in charge of the polls in Clewis items rejected; the other being in was lost somewhere in 'Clewiston Friday night, May 17 at which Hon. In 1936 less than 450 votes were :,

ton: East River in New York. Wednesday, and she is hoping the John I. Leonard, county superin- polled in the Clewiston precinct. '.t

K. Harris, Clerk. Engineers' reported that the levee finder will return it to her, or tendent of Palm Beach county will This year there are 1,000 registered .a

was built, to, withstand hurricanesof leave it in Mr. Beardsley's 'office 'be the guest speaker. Fourteen voters and prospects that 900 of
A. Lawrence, Louise Miller,
the intensity of the 1928 blow for her. them will vote at the polls at the -"t'5f
Louise Hare ( seniors, one, of the largest classes
Inspectors. '"
but the velocity, of the ''wind in '
city hall.Officials.
in the history of the school, will
0 Robert George, Special Deputy the hurricane of 1935 offered proof receive diplomas that evening.Mr. are planning the erection --

The only district 'contes't is that that the levee n strengthening.. HANDICAP BOWLING of 10 booths, but even thoughone
that both the
Turk states
between G. E. Etherton and E. E. Work of raising and widening the person votes each minute, onlY

Kelly for county commissioner. A. levee at its base has been going I baccalaureate service and' the grad- 720 will have voted at the .end of

O. Ward, ,who qualified for the forward for the past year or more TOURNEY TO BEGIN uation exercises will be held at 12 hours. .

office of school board '''member, was along the east shore where the eight o'clock :p. m. Study The Sample Ballots "'

unopposed and is automatically levee is exposed ,to direct wave Members' of the graduating classof Voters are also urged to study

made the Democratic. nominee. His action and it is believed that' the HERE MONDAY NITE 1940 are: Misses Lee Pridgen, I the sample ballots' well before going -

name does not appear on the rejected project was 'to have provided Florence Elizabeth' Graham, Charlotte ', .\instO'' the ""polls, *to voteiin: "'
'.'. **>' -' completing Maxine Doty.. 1\ariE.oulse' b'- : ':
funds' for
ballot : c this be" able
I It having been decided, unan- 'order that, they may : 1't: ;
work and possibly for a surfacingto bins, Edythe Nell Cornette and Louis '
and thus speed -
There has been""much local interest imously, by the members of the vote without.. delay,
in ,the list' of delegates for prevent erosion from rains and Henry Leiter, Hervey Arthur proceedings. The ballot has a "
at the at
bowling league banquet
. :wave action. Bourne, Bert Wesley Shultz, Hector little study
national democratic convention, as the Clewiston Inn last week that "" number of names, and a
Florida's congressional delega- Munselle Stone, John Douglas ,will valuable
voters wish to know which dele- another be start ahead of time save
tournament should
third tion began an effort at once to get Hooker, Richard McCarthy Patterson the \
favor in voting
gates a Roosevelt term minutes booth 1
ed at once, M. E. Von Mach, presi- '
the project included in annood Edward Richard Von Mach,, "" have .
I and which oppose it. ;The News dent of the league called togethera The candidates : donertheirpart. ; :.f

has been endeavoring to obtain an control bill which ,may come up handicap committee at his office James Benjamin Brantley and 'They have distributed ,sample :.;.i

accurate list of 'Roosevelt and anti- for congressional action. Wednesday morning to make'' plans Walter Edward Zuhn. ballots, and many of them: are

Roosevelt delegates, but to date has for an elimination handicap tourna- planning cars to transport :voters

been unable to find a complete "' to the polls in order that- ,many
I
list.The NAUTICAL THEME IS ment.'Members, of the handicap com- MANY ATTEND MAYDAY I may...come at the 'uncrowded'.'times..

county Democratic commit- Housewives are particularly urged
mittee are B. B. McLaughlin, Ed
o tee is co-operating with all candi- to go to the polls in the, morning
USED AT Markette, Carr Settle, Ed Ward,
dates, election officials and local BANQUET FESTIVAL ON hours, if possible. Store and office
A. E. Oliver, Jack Beach, Win. J.
civic clubs in an ,effort to get the employees should also try to go
Martin and Mr. Von Mach and
voters to the polls early. Serious during the morning and early after-
HONORING SENIORS they agreed on a set of rules to
congestion 'may ,result if too many SCHOOL noon hours.
.l the tournament 'which JCAMPUS
govern new
voters delay going to the polls. I i Voters arc urged to co-operate
Is scheduled to get underway Monday .
-
possible.Go
fully as
:is
Nautical in theme was the banquet night on the A. and B. Alleys.
Miss Edythe Nell Cornette lovely early. Vote quickly. Andif
Kiwanians Hold I tendered the members of the Senior I
Members of the bowling league bit be
burnette member of the senior ;you do have to wait a ,
Class by the Junior class at
were given a handicap accordingto
Strictly Business'meet the Clewiston Inn last night.In their. averages in the tournament class of the Clewiston high school, patient.

the center space of the arrangement which closed last week, those hav- was crowned Queen of the May in the:' Dean King Lands .

r of tables was a long table bearinga held the
ing better than 140 average being annual May Day fete on
A "strictly business" meeting, was I
sail-boat., At each place a '
allowed Five points
held by the local Kiwanis Club at jauntily-attired gob stood guard no handicap. school grounds Wednesday after Another Big TarponA
per game are allowed for those Kingin
its regular noon. Munselle Stone was
meeting at the Clewis-
bearing a placard which formed I
whose is ,between 125 and the
ton Inn average ,the pageant which depicted
Wednesday evening.J. is swimming'placidly
the place cdrd. Covered with blue giant tarpon
140 ten for those ;
pins with
E. ; per game flowers and fairies associated
Beardsley, president, who
occupied the chair at the meeting and white cellophane were the with average of 110 to 125 pins 15 the spring season in legend. about in the,Caloosahatchee

programs giving the order of events, pins for those whose averages of Ortona and pos-
per game
children somewhere east
directed the discussion of the vari- the and The pageant was of two
menu for
ous committee reports and mattersof Favors for the spaces autographs. were between 95 and 105. This Anne Prewitt and Bub Mills, who diM.v is thanking his lucky stars
girls were camp .cts' will not bar however
business which'came before the and for the boys, key chains. I I who have not new established players a handi- ::eaichej for flowers in the woods I that ho failed to grow quite as
club. and were just on the point of leaving ;
brothers.
Each girl was presented with a cap and a plan is being worked fruitless rapidly as some of his
Following reports the recent by a
on disappointed tar-
river
: corsage of rosebuds and each boy out whereby the committee can Dean King, champion
eye clinic conducted at the local search, when the spring fairy, snagged anotherbig
,with a boutonniere, everyone donned'hiteduck set a handicap for anyone wishingto pon fisherman,
school as a Kiwanis project, the ? Shirley Owen, appeared before them. Locks: spill-
a ,\ sailor cap, and the participate after watching him one at the Ortona
club worked out a plan to underwrite The children! rubbed their eyes and after a
merriment was underway. Dick bowl 'a few lines or, if he has way Sunday morning
,A the cost of glasses for urgent at the lovely vision. The fairy brought hin[
Owen, president of the Junior class bowled on the local alleys recently, hectic battle finally
cases, the to wand and sum-
parents repay the moneyin waved her magic big one bu:.
a
acted as toastmaster and in ashore. He was
be from
an figured
gave
average may
installments. In needy cases, moned "Spring", Queen Edythe Nell, and found
his own clever the opening the results of those Mr. King measured''him
Dr. Gudbaur has, given his services way games. who entered with all the membersof shorter than
free, and only the laboratory costis toast.. Bettye Bailey, vicepresidentof An entrance fee, of fifty cents] her court. him to be three inches weeks aso.
the he caught two
Juniors, welcomed the guests the one
is being and the usual:
to be borne. charged Rannon Into
and Munselle Stone Senior presi- First were the pages, So the fish was thrown back
.
price of fifteen cents per' line will
The club decided to cooperatein In white
dent, responded.The Simmons and John Schiffll, the canal to think matters over
the effort being made to get. be charged by the alleys. The suits and capes. until temptation gets ,the better. of
high-light of the banquet entrance fee will into to
voters to the polls early on elec- go a pot other
led by the he strikes some
The procession was him and
program were the with original be distributed witha
tion day and avoid congestion in songs as prize money
balloting.The words set to popular tunes. Two first, second, two third prizes, a ,. rhythm band, headed by Sally fisherman's plug hour anda
Graham, high-stepping drum- The battle lasted for an
president appointed two new of these were sung by June Hooker prize for highest score in any a big fish was
the
in white satin costume. half before
majorette a
-Tribute to Seniors which con- three-game match and prize for
members to committee assignments, a dressedin It' 'measured five feet,
The band members were landed.
Kent Pendleton to public affairs tained a couplet about each member the highest individual game. The inches in length
white with colored capes and eleven and a half
committee and M. C. Doke to the of the Senior class and Outstanding managers of the bowling alleys estimated, more thana
provided music for the procession. weighed,
program and music committee.A. Student, humorously describing Ed will also present a tr'ophy to the and

W. Lawrence, the, club's sec- Von Mach, the tall and popular winner and the runner-up in the The pages Rannon Simmons and hundred pounds.

retary will represent the club as senior boy Both junior and senior tourney.All John Schiffli. in white suits and

delegate at the Kiwanis International class songs were sung by the group. who intend to participate capes, preceded the king, Munselle and Margaret Von Mach,

Convention to be held In The honor guests were the fifteen should announce their intention Stone. Jimmie Waters bore the Hodges of the court, were followed -

Minneapolis June 16th-20th. Mr. members of the senior class: either to Mr. Von Mach or to the queen's( crown of flowers on a white two maids Charlene Adams and

Lawrence will be on his vacation Miss Florence Graham, Maxine bowling alleys by tomorrow (Satur- satin pillow. Mary Lou Liles and by Von Mach as flower girls.

and planned to visit his parents in Doty, Marie Robbins, Edythe Nell day) night at the latest and pay Beryl Prevatt, in flowing dresses Eleanor wore pastel floor-length
maids
of The
Minnesota and attend the conven- Cornette, Lee Prldgen, and Hervey their entrance fee so that drawings and matching flower baskets varying colors and carriedarm
in
tion. Bourne, Munselle Stone, J. D. may be made for the first matches pastel colors entered before two dresses of Madonna lilies.

Plans were begun for. the Divis- Hooker, A. D. Frith, J. B. Brantley, next week. These pairings will be of the maids, Edna Leiter and bouquets was radiant in long white

ional Rally of Kiwanis on May 22nd. Ed Von Mach; Dick Patterson, Louis posted on the bulletin board at Audrey McLaughlin. Two other The queen with bouffant skirt m!

This rally will be held at the Clew- Leiter, Bert Schultz and ,Walter the alleys. It is understood thata flower girls. Patsy Meredith and organdy tiers., Her train was fastened

iston Inn with Lt. Gov. G. H. Zuhn. Other guests were the high week will be permitted to playoff Rachel Miner preceded the queen three shoulders with an outstand-

Martin of Fort Lauderdale in I school faculty R. W. Turk, Mrs. a match before forfeiting but and her train-bearers Skippy at the(Continued 'on page 14) .

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l y 1 Lf Nurses Get Rigorous Training, Wise and Otherwise


In Hospitals Throughout U. S. ASA rule when a man is
*
I miles generous to a fault, it's his
own fault he is generous to.

Fi R E EN NEW YORK CITY National, Hospital day, May_ .12, will find Some college girls'pursue
As Usual They Split"I I Americans their local the learning, while others learn
I thousands of visiting hospitals. Guiding work
pursuing.A .
understand that those two of.humanitarian institutions are nurses, trained in any of the 1,375
have VITAL SCANDINAVIA reader wants
split.- know the
politicians WASHINGTON Boiled down to accredited.schools to become sentinels of U. S. health. At Mt. Sinai hospital to
"Yes, fifty-fifty! cost of a marriage license. If
>, the most brutal fundamentals, the New York, is a typical nursing school, whose work is pictured befour- you use it-all you've got and

A hillbilly singer is one who Norwegian war amounts to this: II low. Mt. Sinai has 235'student nurses who must have completed a- all you will get the rest of your

sings by ear-through his nose. the 'British lose it, they also lose! year high school course with good record, must be. between 19 ,and 30 life.

the World war. years old of good health and suitable personality. In three years they Worst of keeping up with the

;:. Getting: Ahead This may seem like harsh and will have completed 6,000. hours of practical training and approximately neighbors is that you fall behind with
hasty deduction, but it is based upon the installments.A .
" Boogy A scientist says we the fact that all the other nationsof 1,200 hours of theoretical work in the classroom and laboratory. man was smiling he
as
: ought to eat food that will develop particularly Italy, ate
Europe, walked into a dentist's surgery.
'! the cranium. watching the outcome of this battle
He'd called to collect
an
ac
Woogy-Well, I could suggest an t
i to see on which side they will jump.If count.
:: appropriate menu-noodle soup,
the Germans succeed in holding
' v s
': head cheese and coconut pie. ft r f
Norway every small nation in
AWFULTHOUGHT southeast Europe will figure that the

;, / might of the 'British empire ,is Beef-Eating Plant'

/ + broken, that the time has come to
cuddle.up to its successor.
At least one species of the sundew
i Weary Fly- But more important, you can
a plant that lives on insects
l:-- I've got to get certain that unless
write it down as
caught with the aid of a viscid secretion
:,: over this bridge Britain wins in Norway, Italy will exuded by its tentacles, is
,
": 1 somehow. One come into this war within approxt ': fri : r a so sensitive that it reacts to the

,;, slip and I'd go imately one month. mere presence of food. When a
R i down into that Almost every_ dispatch which the small piece of raw beef is suspended

yawning abyss. state department lays upon the .e'5) ; y,7 on a wire within its reach,. the
White House desk indicates that $ plant extends its nearest tentacle

An Accessory? Mussolini is getting ready for this and grasps the meat inside of an

:, Driving Instructor-In case of ,plunge. hour Collier's.s.Isn't .

emergency, the first thing you Real fact is that the Italian people
;;"' want to do is to put on the brake. are by no means in love with Hitler.

Old Maid-Why, I thought it Nor are they in love with the allies

came with the car. 'though they probably ''like Hitler ABOVE: The nurse's health maybe s r };;ri s' ,.
less. However Mussolini never This Why
an important factor in her' pa-
He's Stuck tient's health. Hence Mt. Sinai's You Are
"Is my son getting well grounded students have daily exercises to Constipated?

?: in languages?" THIS lAOV keep them in trim for the rigorous e s
"I would put it even stronger 5 ATOVGHppY schedule.. RIGHT: '"Capping day" '/ t 1, What do you eat for breakfast?
that replied the teacher, "I PRtENDA / f Coffee toast, maybe some eggs?
than po55tI is a great event in their.lives.- After s Y > What do you eat for lunch and r.
may say that he is 'actually passing the 24-week probationary t' dinner? White bread,meat,pota-'
f stranded on them." period, they proudly receive the cap toes?It's little wonder you're con
and uniform which makes them full- fr stipated. You probably" don't eatenough
<'> r'i f "bulk. And "bulk"doesn't
i a fledged student nurses. r '
I a mean the amount you
INDIGESTION eat.It's a kind of food that formsa
soft "bulky" mass In the intes-
4 may affect the Heart tines and helps a movement. If
stomach or millet may act like a
in the
Gas trapped
; hali-tntnter on the heart. At the first sign of dIStress this Is your trouble, may we sug-
r'- smart men and women depend on Bell-ans Tablets to gest a crunchy toasted cereal-
", set cretin gas*medicines free. No known laxative for but acid made indigestion.of the ttstmt-If the yaI Kellogg's All-B ran-for breakfast.
FIRST DOSE doesn't prove Bell-ans I better retain All-Bran is a natural food, not a
bottle to ns and receive DOUBLE Money Back. Stoc. medicine-but: it's particularlyrich

x In "bulk." Being so, it can i
help you not only to get regular
Flaw Remains but to keep regular.Eat All-Bran
He who is false to present duty regularly, and drink plenty of
breaks a thread in the loom, and water.Made Kellogg's In Battle
will find the flaw when he, may Creek.If your condition Is chronic -
_ ,it Is wise to consult physician
& have forgotten its cause.-Henry
Ward Beecher. V

"f THE PROTECTORSwas &

FEEL PEPPY- RELIEVE a man 'to worry about the ,A Waking; Day

Italian people, and regardless of -tt- Life is a short day; but it is a
BACKACHE popular'sentiment, he can take Italy : working day. Activity may leadto

'' into the war any time he wants to. evil; but inactivity cannot be
DUE TO. FATIGUE AND EXPOSURE led to good.-Hannah Moore.
You can't sleep well when U. S. observers are confident that
your back: keeps ftchiag; he will do so, probably jumping first
you slow up and your into North Africa the minute he sees
friends say, "No pep." HOT SPRINGS MAY BE GREAT FOR
IS- Just rub on some En-ar-co that Hitler is victorious in Scandi-
when your back aches be- navia. RHEUMATIC PANBut ;
.
cause of fatigue and expo
sure.Quickly it soothes tho I Note-What many people do not
,', painful area in its famous realize in gauging this war is that ss ABOVE: In the second this famous Prescriptionhas

all four-fold druggists way.or Pleasant.send lOc At Italy and Russia were on the, side Se % 4' *;' half of their first year, stu helped thousands, too

z for trial size to National of the allies in the last war, but !:t4: .: sc dents attend lectures on Not everyone has got the money to visit
ft! Hn nn Remedy Co.,55 W.42 St, even so it took four years plus the -. ,, L( medical, and surgical nursing "The Springs." But it doesn't punish
N. Y. C. Dept.W-4. of the United } a. pocketbook to buy Prescription '
very powerful help yr-< i aeie also working five hours your
States before Germany surrenderedwith C-2223. This famous remedy brings you
i tr'w a day in the wards. LEFT:
real grateful help for rheumatism'spain
I her troops still on French e5.3 r'-' Typical instruction. Stu
Daily Growth I muscular aches, or rheumatic
soil. In this the is
war, alignment
.. the different
A dents are taught
fever. It does its work effective
I don't think much of a man as an
far different, which is why Italy > .t.>% methods of
wiser than he massage analgesic-thousands enjoy its pain-
Who is not today
can tip the balance. w t 1 ty actual demonstration. .
; was yesterday.-Lincoln. ;7. by relieving action. Sold on money-back
: guarantee, 6oc or $i. Demand Prescription -
: Senate School Teacher. C-2223 by its full name.
r/ High school students who are
\ fiRST CHOICE OF MILLIONS.
THEIR FIRST THOUGHT flocking into senate galleries these
"S
st i\ S. u.
!, ::: \I''I. FOR SIMPLE HEADACHE. days wish that teacher might be as L i Faith a Pencil
" %:: ST.JOSEPH ASPIRIN enient with them as Senate Chief .iv( i< y< Faith is the pencil of the soul

':. 'IU\\ Clerk John Crockett is with his that pictures heavenly things.-

, '" school-room of 96 members.At Burbridge. {

::, Judging and Execution high noon, the gavel falls in
The talent of judging may exist the presence of less than a dozen'

p-I separately from the power of exe members. The bells ring, and
t; cution.-Disraeli. Crockett begins his chore of round- GOOD DIUO 11 ,

ing up enough senators to do busi- STOICS

, ness. During her training period, the ,;; son ty" ,
"Mr. Adams Mr. Andrews student nurse assists at from 25 to ., '.

; .. Mr. Ashurst ." calls out 40 operative cases. First, of course, x so '..tbht56Ot
i-. the veteran clerk in a booming they must observe actual opera- | i. ?}raA"', tr 3 r ,

N voice. For every six names he tions. Right: Two students are : :

calls, only one "Here" is heard. He "scrubbing up" to assist for the first y 1 Itut4s

'.: frjf4O gets through the Bs, the Cs, and time-a real adventure! j t4T J lessedRetAs

_
".' the Ds. Then he slows up. Y5'- t'\ yr'

Kills "Mr. Gerry (long pause) -

Mr. Gibson (longer pause) ; ,
Many Insects Mr. Gillette."

V- Clerk Crockett, who lacks theschoolmaster's Vi sitJ
ON FLOWERS* FRUITS power to punish the (tufoth
VEGETABLES & SHRUBS
'4051 tardy, looks hopefully at ,the swing- '
1340 WORLDS FAIR
Demand original sealed ing doors to the senate cloakroom.But .
bottles,from your dealer still he has only a score of Stop at The HOTELHOLLAND

scholars, and he needs 49 before the
session can begin. If he gets ,

But One Tongue through Wheeler, White, and Wiley w.42nd ST., NEW YORK CITY

Wise Mother Nature gave you before that number is reached, he %/ ROOMS JO aSpecial
two ears and only one tongue. must find the absence of a quorum, 400 BATHS & Mp.

and start, to call the entire list rates for family groups
again.It 'Tree Swimming Pool and GymWittoru
,,. Jl VEGETABLE takes only seven minutes to run World's Fair Eooltltl W.IV.

\ the roll call at fast pace, *but 'kr
I Clerk Crockett consumes 15 minutesthis
If f Laxative time, just to'give the boys a k tt

For Biliousness Headache, break. between He pauses names.as long as 10seconds' P'tr &r r pib S MORE FOR YOUR M

IreM '

',I II e s *. and Dizzinessr At the end of the list he makes a Y r%. G5"SiY' '; 1 I
I Read the advertisements.
r ; when caused by hurried count, and whips the tally i than 0
They sellingaid
are more a
: Constipation. back to the vice president, declar-
for business. They forman
'I ing that 49 members have answeredto
15 doses for
E ;,, educational system which N'is
their there
names. Actually, are
only 10 cents making Americans the best.edticatedbuyersintheworld.
m -
only 30 members on the floor, but
Crockett knows another 20 will pop Fascinated, intent, these students are following every detail of a major ..

1i in soon, and he gives them a liberal surgical operation, familiarizing themselves with the technique and pro The advertisements are part &t
I leeway; that they never got in cedure. Each realizes that soon she will stand at the doctor's'side to help of an economic system which P

school. I him save a human life! is giving Americans more Y
for; their money every day.

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MAY 3, 1940 THE CLEWISTON 'NEWS PAGE THREE


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I tive in the Legislature of the stateof honest efficient, Intelligent business I am now completing my second FOR COUNTY i
THE WAILING( WALL Florida from Hendry county sub- like administration as your county term as school board member cf' .CODIMISs10NERDISTRICT ,.
ject to the action of the May Demo- judge. 1
cratic primaries. I feel that my past Sound administration of the 'peo- Felda and Denaud district an officeI

experience as a member of that body ple's affairs requires capable officers.On have tried to fill conscientiouslyand r
WRY fully qualifies me for the position I this basis I submit that I am faithfully.My I wish to announce; tHat I am a
seek. If elected I to honestly and J candidate '
promise the logical candidate will : qualifications include for county commissioner,
WAIT and faithfully represent the entire appreciate your vote and support. high District 1, 'subject to the May Democratic ,
county tc the very best of my ability. Sincerely, school and college training and primaries. *.
ABoU 1 Your vote and Influence is most several years spent doing commercial i r
earnestly solicited. SELDEN L. STEWART I have been a resident of Clewis-
bookkeeping.If .
4 :UsTr $$z ton for eleven years and feel that .
Respectfully.W. elected I promise the people. a '
lWSFaN careful, efficient administration. my long experience as a resident,

M. DAVIDSON.FOR FOR COUNTY JUDGE HENDRY Your vote and support will be property owner and business man in ''

I CONI.s'TE1fl' COUNTY, FLORIDA appreciated.MRS.. the district wlII'help me in repre-
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ADVER'rISING' senting It on the county board.If .
HOMER TAYLOR.
REPRESnXTATIVE At the request of many citizens elected. I will give the district
WILI,2BMOV.YOURWORRW from every part of Hendry County I the best service of which I am
hereby announce myself a candidatefor capable. -
$ I hereby announce my candidacy the office of County Judge of :'
for Representative for Hendry coun- FOR SHERIFFI I will appreciate your vote and h
Florida subject to
Hendry county,
ty, subject to the democratic primariesin support.
the action of the May Democratic
May primaries. t was duly admitted to wish to announce myself
a can- G. E. ETHERTON.
If the voters of the county see fit Y
the practice'of law In this state in didate for re-election to the'officeof
to send to the I
LEGAL NOTICES me Legislature. April 1917 and I have continuously Sheriff of Hendry county, subjectto
assure them that I will get on the followed this vocation since exceptfor the Democratic primaries In :May. .
job, and stay' on the job until resultsare the time I was in the United I am making this race solely on my I 'COUNTY COMMISSIONER --.I
obtained, or else States Army during the World War. record of law enforcement and fair I "j
I I will spend my time in endeavoring If nominated and elected, my only dealings to all, and I assure the peo- March 14th 1940. .
y NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR I to get our roads improved and all promise is a square deal to all according ple of Hendry county that the poli- TO THE VOTERS OF DISTRICT' NO. '
TAX DEED paved I will to schoolson cies of this office will not change.
; try get our to law and common sense.I 1. HENDRY COUNTY, FLORIDA:
a. full nine months term and I am not the candidate of any clickor Your vote and support will be appreciated I herewith Candidatefor
That announce as
GIVEN.
NOTICE IS HEREBY
will work unceasingly for the Old- faction but I am the candidate of County Commissioner from this
holder of Tax Certificate -
B. C. FLANIKEN
Aged of the state by trying to get the people who want a County
;
No. 565 issued the 4 day of II. L. DELANEY. District. My residence Clewiston. for :
sufficient funds be the law
to matched by Judge who knows and will
Sept. A. D. 1933, has filed same in over 10ears and my experienceleads
Federal allotment'so that every pen- honestly and faithfully discharge the ,..,
my office and has made applicationfor me' to be sure that I can rend+'r
sioner will receive month. I duties of the office.
$40
per ,
a tax deed to be issued thereon. valuable service to the taxpayers if
Said certificate embraces the following believe all this can be accomplished Your vote and Influence Is respect-i FOR SHERIFFI elected."
described property in the Countycf without additional taxes. These are fully solicited. I respectfully request your supportand
Hendry, State of Florida; to-wit: my three principal aims, and if you I vctes in the Democratic Primaryof
are interested in them, line up with LOUIS O. ,GRAVELY.FOR hereby announce myself a candidate May 7th. 1940.
Lots 39 to 41 Block 356 Clewiston.The me and we will put them through. for the office of Sheriff of Hendry

assessment of the said property Thanking you for. ;your vote and county subject to the Democratic E. E. KELLY.Is .
under the said certificate issued was support, I am.Respectfully. primaries to be held in May.

in the name of' Elmer G. Case. TAX COLLECTORTO I will appreciate your. vote and
Unless said certificate shall be redeemed yours support.

according law the property I Your Paid? :
described therein will be sold to I D. G. McCORMACK.FOR THE VOTERS OF HENDRY BILL :MADDOX. Subscription

the highest bidder at the court house r COUNTY:.. ?
door on the first Monday in the monthof ---- I am taking this ,opportunity of I
June, 1940, which is the 3 day of
announcing that I am seeking the
June, V1940.Dated COUXTY SUPERINTENDENTI office of county tax collector in the I AmPLE. :i ir
this 16 day of April, 1940. :May Democratic primaries.. To my FunDS .
(Seal, ) WILLIAM T. HULL wish to announce to the voters of friends and to those of you who
Clerk of Circuit Court of Hendry county that I am a candi- know me I say simply that I am, in I
Hendry County Florida. I date for the office of county super- the race. To the many to whom I
April 19-26, May 3-10. 1940. intendent of public instruction in the am a stranger I would like to: add '
I May Democratic primaries.I that I have lived, at Sears 11 years,
have lived in Hendry county mostof that I am a native of'LaFayette '-:
county, a graduate of its schools and
my life: have been teacher and .
PAID principal in schools of Hendry, Lee I that I have been In the employ of
and Glades counties for 16 Years12of the Standard Lumber' Corporation for .
POLITICALANNOUNCEMENTS them in LaBelle. I hold a life! the past 25 years.
i graduate state certificate, and a life If you see fit to elect me, I pledgea
first grade certificate and am a faithful and honest service. To one ".a
college graduate with the degree of and all I shall feel honored to have $
Bachelor. of Science In Education.If your vote and support. ,
elected as your superintendentI Sincerely, '
promise a conscientious, faithful J
FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY and efficient administration.I G. R. HATCH. ,

will appreciate your vote and 'j
TO THE PEOPLE OF HENDRY support.
COUNTY:
In announcing my candidacy for FOR TAX COLLECTOR
NELL H. JACKMAN.
re-election to the office of County
Attorney of Hendry County subjectto TO THE CITIZENS OF'HENDRY
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the Democratic Primaries to be COUNTY: HOmE LOAns .
held In May.. I also wish .to'take this I
means to 'express to you my sincere FOR:.COUNTY SUPERINTENDENTOF I' hereby announce that..I am a
appreciation for the splendid vote you PUBLIC INSTRUCTIONFour candidate for Tax Collector for Hend- I
gave me in the elections two years ry county subject to the Democratic :
years ago the people of this primaries May.I I
ago.The experience made possible by county nominated me to' the office of am ..your'present Tax Collector 'c.\1e ;
e
of Public Instruction ,
that vote,',will enable me to renderto County Superintendent having been appointed to said officeon hom
you still more efficient servicein by the largest majority April 11, 1939. I have tried to yotr We can helpyou..with
this office' given any nominee in tho county the best of my knowledge to- give e 1 : {
primaries. This was an honor whichI efficient service to all'the inane W thet.Ot.R
Your vote and suppport in .the 1940 people of \
elections will be'gratefully appreciated. I deeply appreciate. During these I Hendry county, and would greatly ... finest loan .
years in office I have endeavored to I appreciate a full term in office : plan
make a record which would be of If elected 'Tax, Collector. I promisea F in existence
H., A. RIDER. great benefit to the people of Hendry faithful and efficient 'administra- *
I County. On. this record I ask ,the tion. *

people to re-elect me as their County Your vote and support. will be appreciated #
Superintendent in the May, primaries.If ..
re-elected, I shall continue con-
FOR ASSESSOR OF TAXESI sistent efforts for, a nine months term R. N. MILLER. .' '. ,
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for all the schools in the county hereby announce myself a acandi same careful busln ss'like: administration ::.
date for re-election to,_the office of and to work for improvementin Clewiston Federal
Assessor of Taxes.' Hendry County our schools. Because of my knowl- FOR TAX COLLECTOR Savings ,
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Florida subject to .the Democratic edge of the needs of the schools in -- ,
primaries in :May, 1940. all sections of the county it is logi- I wish to announce
If re-elected I promise to conduct cal that I am best qualified to render didate for the myself a
office
the affairs of the office in the same most efficient service. I will sincerely Hendry county cf Tax can-I and Loan Association
subject
to the '
Fair. Impartial and Efficient mannerI appreciate your expression of confi- cratic primaries -
have strived to do in the past. dence by retaining me as your County in May. ,
Your vote and support will be Superintendent.S. .
I' greatly appreciated.

DENNIS SMALL.: A. (STEVE) GRAVES. ::::: ::;:::;.;..;.;.;.;..;...; ; ; ; ;-: ;.:-:-:..:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:..:-:-:..:..:-:-:..:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:..:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:..:-:-:..:-:..:..:-:..:..:-:.:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:.)
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FOR TAX ASSESSOR'This INSTRUCTION :
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is to announce that I ,am a In announcing my candidacy for .
, candidate for the office of Tax asses- I the: office of Hendry County SuperIntendent !f.Ei4 =i::!:
sor for Hendry county subject to the of Public Instruction subject ENJOY AN
Democratic primaries in May.If .
to the Democratic primaries in
elected I promise to fulfill the I. May, I earnestly solicit the supportof ++ '. :::::

duties of this office faithfully and every citizen.I :::: ';,i.'. ;
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conscientiously and give every prop- have lived in Hendry county for .,". : :
erty owner a square deal.I the: past seven years and am a Ifendry ii ALL ELECTRIC ,
will appreciate your vote and |'county property owner and taxpayer. :i::: .., '. '.' =::;:
support. 1
I worked my way through high .
school and college and graduated witha :::::: ++

H. E. (BERT) O'BRIEN. B.education A. degree at: took University advanced of coursesin Florida *; .*. ::<,'....>; / . HOM <: :;' !'.!<;...\J'! :!::!:

summers 1935 and 1938 and have '. \ ,-,,,:J"H : .. '.. --' .. -, ', .,;' ......
always kept in close touch with the ', +

CIRCUIT, CLERK latest educational methods. Had 10 :;::: : ;< ;,: /ij! ? ::::

years experience as classroom teacher, .. .". ,.,. ,. ,_ ;
TO THE VOTERS AND MY MANY assistant principal and principal ,. AI" '.,'' ,"I','o';,t'. I : :
FRIENDS OF HENDRY COUNTY: six of them In the Clewiston School ',!:..;. ::::::

I wish to announce my candidacy 'therefore, I feel that I am well: ..x ++
for re-election to the office of Clerkof qualified for this position. :; ....
the Circuit Court. In making this 'I If elected your superintendent I ::::.;: Electricity is the modern servant; a servant t h.:;::i:
announcement I wish to express my promise an economical, business administration .

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

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

affairs of this office in a business- E. HERRING. .:. :
like manner. If you see fit to re- a ly and economlca II
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elect me I promise to give the best ; ::

service of which. am capable. Y .:,,:,

WILLIAM T. HULL, FOR SCHOOL District BOARD No. 3 MEMBER ::.;_.:.:.:. One penny will toast 26 crunchy slices of toast, or :;.::2::


This will announce my candidaCY' ::! give two hours of safe reading light ::
o for the office of school board mem- .:4::: your eyes or operate ::

FOR CLEI\IC CIRCUIT4"COURTThis I ber. I formerly from District served No.3.on the Clewiston.board in ::::: your radio for most of a day-and-ELECTRICITY is :!::;:

Is to announce that I am a District No. 1 and since moving to Y .

Ip candidate Circuit Court for of the Hendry office County of Clerk sub-of I Clewiston in the local have district.served Feeling as a trustee that I ..:;::;: one thing that gets cheaper the more of it that you use. ::::

ject to the 'Democratic Primaries in am well qualified for the position I .. x +f
May. ask your support and vote on May : : '"

and.I am if well elected qualified, I will for conduct the office the 7. 1940. :::::::: That is why It is so easy to have and enjoy a h.x: .+'

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business of the "office in an efficient A. 0. WARD., :. : that' all electric and d ,,
manner. I need no introduction to + mo ern. ..::
the 'voters of the county and can 'i"i :. ....I.

only say, "Vote for Charlie". '"y.
FOR COUNTY JUDGE :. .i"
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C. E. MINER.' -' : : 1
.. I hereby announce myself a candidate .
for the office of County Judge .
: for Hendry county subject to the .:2::2: ELECTRICITY IS YOUR CHEAPEST SERV- **
FOR REPRESENTATIVE Democratic Primaries in :May. I feel .,... ....
that I am thoroughly qualified to ,: A
1 In announcing my caididacfor fill this office and, if elected. I. +
re-election to the office of State promise to use Fair, Impartial and

Representative subject to the from:Democratic Hendry primaries county Sound, this Judgment office. in all the affairsof ::_!::;:!;: ., NTUSE rr EXTRA V AGANTL Y. ::;::!:;

in May, I earnestly solicit the sup- Your vote and support will be Ay
port of every citizen. If elected, I heartily; appreciated. y
shall Thanks, .:. -- .:...
continue to represent the coun-
Jyi in all matters coming before the ._.... I .ff...IAUV .Iz .
legislative branch of Democratic R. M. (BOB) HARRIS. :
our ...:. .
form of government to the very best ,,,:. .. .
of my ability. I shall be glad to dls- ':..:." '; .
cims with anyone such matters of : ... 11 11Ii .
legislation as' they 'are" Interested In. FOR COUNTY JUDGE 't.
My campaign' will be
,based on the
I take this
merits involved In the office and means to announce that


will county have ELBERT offices no. connection or L.candidates.STEWART with other I County In subject am May.I hold a. to Judge degrees candidate the for Democratic of for bachelor Hendry the office of Primary county laws of, ..fJ Ii Glades Power and light Co. !!!



bachelor of arts and bachelor: of -
science (lawyer, teacher engineer). ., .
FOR REPRESENTATIVE IN THE' I havE been an accountant for the .i.w
LEGISLATURE OF 'rHE STATE United States Steel Corporation. t. ,
M OF FLORIDA have been a Hendry County Com ...e:. '..
missioner for six years 19271932. '} fyw
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PAGE ItOUR THE CLEWISTOX :NEWS FRIDAY, MAY 3, 194O

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NAUTICAL NOTESMoore Lauderdale went to Fort Myera Furlough passed through enrouteto went to Baltimore. Although the
School NewsThe returning a few days later with Pas&a-A-Grille, her home port. season is rather late there seemsto
the cruiser So What. The So What The speed boat Creole Sue of New be quite a few boats still using
Junior-Senior banquet reminds ( Haven Democrat) sank during a blow at Fort :Myers Orleans passed through enroute the waterway. I have been so busy
us that only two full weeks On April 18th the 'cruIser RuthH. lately and is to be reconditionedat home and the cruiser Voyager of that I have neglected to get my
remain of the present school year. .. V. of Evansville, Ind. passed Ft. Lauderdale.On Miami Beach went to Fort Myers. column in but will try to keepit
The banquet, aside from gradua- through euroute to Chicago and I Thursday the tug Toney made The Creole Sue was capable of up now.
tion itself is perhaps the most important the pacht Helene of Clearwaterwas I the crossing with two more new 56 m. p. h. according to her master.
event of the Senior year, west bound to St. Petersburg.On barges for Southern Kraft at She was powered with a 500 h. P'I
and all look forward to it with the 19th the cruiser Alpha of Georgetown, S. C. The cruiser Kermath V type engine and was a
great expectation.The Palm Beach made the trip to Ft. Freyja II of Ft. Lauderdale went beauty. r
weather was ideal for tho Myers returning on April 22nd to to Fort Myers; and the cruiser Joan The sloop Cuison also passed MERCHANTS n'
May Day program. Queen Edythe Palm Beach. The cruiser Marcia with the tender Joan II of New through on Monday enioute to
Nell was beautiful and the maids of Miami went through on the 22nd York passed enroute to' Miami. Pensacola. On Tuesday the cruiser WISE
enroute to New Orleans and th. The cruiser Mcsskit of Chicago
and flower girls were also lovely. Fishtales bid us goodby for the
The dances given by the various cruiser Wall Sea of Miami Beach went to Fort Myers and the C. G. season returning to New York but Advertise !
grades were very colorful. A large was enr ute to Panama City. Also :244:: returned from target practiceon promising to, be back next season.
crowd of people from Clewistom the shrimp smack Alice Belle of the Gulf to her home port of Wednesday the cruiser Shalliwanda I
turned out and they enjoyed the Morgan City La. returned home 'on Ft. Lauderdale. On Friday, the
very much. Mrs. Baker the same day. cruiser Lady Grace passed through'
and program Mrs. Holstine were in charge. ,On April 23rd six shrimp boatsof early in the morning enroute to ,
Sanibel where she burned to
The seventh grade ,had a weiner St. Augustine made the crossing the '
SEE THE
and it was I Panama waters edge on Sunday morning.The .
roast Tuesday night, to City. They were ImperialII
enjoyed by all. Miss Knight and Imperial III, Big' .Apple, Jackie cruiser Gala of Great Neck,
Louise Hollingsworth were chap- jr., Miss Susie and Vagabond. The N. Y. made the trip to Fort Myerson '
erones. Those attending were next day after spending the night Friday returning on Monday.The New Phil co Refrigerator
Squirrel returned to
Sherwood Hall, Sue Von Mach locally the cruiser Vireo of Grand Delray
Beach.
Marilyn Davis, Lawrence Guthrie Rapids was enroute to Jacksonvilleand
Willie Smith, Floyd Geiger, Norma the cruiser Mabel of Tampa Saturday the cruiser Waniganof NOW ON DISPLAYat
Bussel, Philip McCloud, Martin went to Stuart. The cruiser St. Paul made the trip enroute
Waldron, Charles Miles, Dick Elk- Squirrel of Huron, Ohio passed home. Sunday the C. G. 186 also
ins, Leonard Moore, Lewis Blount through on her way to Fort Myers returned from target practice. She
and Nick Schiffli. and the cruiser Silver Dawn of is from Fernandina. The cruiser I Clewiston Radio & Electric
Shop
The eighth and ninth grade hada Philadelphia with the launch BethII Freyja II also returned the same'
combined weiner roast with all were on their way to Tilghman day. On Monday the cruiser Gala .
the trimmings Tuesday night. It Md. The cruiser Jolene of Ft. returned to Miami and the cruiserA ACROSS FROM POST-OFFICE

was unfortunate that, some of the .
boys and girls could not participate.Mrs. .
McDuffie was our chaperone.The .
Sophomores (10th grade) here's the Answer !
plan to have a party'' Friday nightat
the home ,of Louise Hollings-
worth
The Juniors have been busiest of
all classes this week with the ban-
quet plans for Thursday night and
the 'dance following.The BERNARR DEN I
Seniors enjoyed to the fullest
their Skip Day last Thursday. The :
party split in West Palm Beach, !
some of them going to Miami Beach, ; ,
and some deep sea fishing in the

ocean Mr. Turk at Palm is announcing Beach. plans for MAN who has overcome the hardships of life, Florida. Through his publications he has sent word .

the baccalaureate sermon and grad- physical and financial, wKo Kas survived the trials and of the magic of the land. "Health', Happiness and .

uating exercises this week. tribulations and emerged as a national figure, who Wealth Is Here. Come and Get It!" was his message.

has benefitted his community, his state and his nation, And then he announced for die United States

"No WPA Layoffs In is.entitled to more than passing comment and consideration Senate, not as a man seeking public office, but rattier

May"----Harry Myers I by those seeking'standard-bearers for their cause. as a crusader seeking to tell his fellow men and women -

Less than one month ago Bernarr Macfadden that there was joy in living, especially; if one livedin
I announced his candidacy for the position of United Florida. That the handicaps that Karrassed some of
WPA district manager -
,
; Harry of the Myers operations division with States Senator from Florida. die things could ,be removed by; a man who wasn't

headquaters in West, Palm Beach I In that short period of time the public and'press afraid to face the task. That the farmer, the laborer

/, said Wednesday that no cut would be Have realized a change in the old political order. Politicians and the business man, as well as the white-collar
made in the present force of workers of the old school worker was entitled to justice
during the month of May in"
[. Hendry county. have ,awakened from their instead of political ex
The county's quota is 35 men, and sense of security and students ,: pediency. That justice
,.. this force is at work on the Devil's of economics have could be secured if the

Garden project under local super- been the people were of a mind to
, visor C. C. House. Work was begun flabbergasted by
st':, Monday morning and the pro- advent of a candidate who :i1I! send forth a man with courage .

;:' ject is set up to cover 6 miles of offers a new and better and logic enough to

F,;'., subgrading and resurfacing a road standard of living without, ask for it, and therefore,
{: 16 feet wide and finishing the :
S.: shouldeis. I recourse to the moss-cov- in view of his life, his

Operations started on the north ered platform promises of struggles and his attain.
end of the present grade 2 miles his services offered
the perennial seeker after ments, were t'
' west of the_ Moore Haven road on '
''' the
.+ the West Palm Beach highway' and public office. to cause.
.; will progress south towards Devil's Bernarr Macfadden 5iI: It is refreshing to the

:r:' Garden. typifies the Florida of to- uIaIpgiJ '.lind, as well as to the soul,
) .
day. His actions, his utter o have a man of the calibreof

( 43-Pound Silver King ances, his living, all are indicative : s: Bernarr: Macfadden offer

>-; Landed at Ortona Locks of a greater and himself to the cause of
more progressive Florida.His public welfare. It somehow

,'. is no creed,born to feed < Mt4 fields or under privileged
:;. The Rev. A. L. Mears, pastor of t h
the Independent Missionary Baptist the gullibility of a public bb1 A sets into the background f

.: church, landed a 43 pound silver during an election hysteria.His Lf41 the mediocre group of 0- (
t. king hooked on the first strike Tues- is a life of action based :: t fice-seekers whose most
',::!: day morning at Ortona Locks while
:';. fishing for robalo. He played him on the betterment of the human outstanding trait ''has beento
one hour and fifteen minutes dur- race, the well-being of ; be on hand when payday

ing which time the tarpon made 5'j j people through the physical rolls around.
high jumps attempting to discardthe c and mental developments "You, the people, can
held
plug that him.
,
of youth the bold draw first year's sal-
Rev. Mears was standing on the my
rocky rip-rap wall below the spill- outspoken truths in behalfof ary," says Macfadden, "anduse
? way and was using a borrowed 3 ft. true Americanism, courageously it to tell less unfort-
Et light steel rod, Pfluge reel and an
establishment
the
displayed throughthe unates (by
18 pound test line. His bait was a
25 cent barracuda, feather retrievedin pages of his publications of a State Publicity
good shape for another such ex reaching millions of. Board) of the benefits living
a perience. With Rev. Mears at the American readers. in Florida bring." (And I

; of time Parrish.was his son-in-law, Alton Keene Born on a Missouri farm, bound over as a boy he'll probably donate his next year's salary to athletic,

to earn his ,bread and butter; a sickly lad, except in fields or underprivileged children or some other fund-

TIIUEE :NEGROES: KILLED mind that visioned dreams of health and happiness, shy public welfare group.)

IN CRASH AT PAHOKEE Bernarr Macfadden fought' his way; up the hard way. .It seems to us that in Bernarr Macfadden the

Three negroes were! killed and Up to riches, to the power of a national publisher, people of Florida have a new opportunity, an appor-
: several others were injured when a stepping into the market and buying "Liberty", because tunity not available in every decade. They have the
truck loaded with bean pickers col- the title symbolized the dreams of his youth, he chance to elect_a man to office who is all man. A man y'

; lided Pahokee with and another Belle truck Glade between Monday became the champion of those seeking a better life who will battle for their rights joyfully; and courage

morning. The accident occurred and means and methods of obtaining it. ously. A man who will refuse to serve any; but the wel

about seven a. m. at a sharp turn Florida ensnared the fighter. In it Macfadden fare of his fellow citizens. .
about Glade. five miles north of Belle I found the happy hunting ground of the present. Here Progress can only come from leaders :who are

Killed in the crash were two was life, health and wealth in abundance. Here were not afraid to go ahead. And the characteristics of leadership -

negro men and one woman. The millions of acres of undeveloped land. Land eager to are found in die make-up of Bernarr Macfad
injured' were taken to the Ever- produce, awaiting the workers. Here was the sunshine, den, the American who lives in the present and plans

ment glades but Memorial most of Hospital them for were treat released gentle breezes of the sea, health from the lap of Nature for the_future.

after first aid to minor cuts awaiting those who cared to answer the call. Certainly the registered voters of Florida can
and bruises. / -, With his wealth-and his is not a wealth that is improve their standing in national affairs by casting

Because of' the complexity of hoarded, it is a wealth set aside into a beneficial trust their ballots in his behalf, for, by doing so they'll be

farm needs, the whole family (non-profit) to aid in the upbuilding of the health ofa casting votes for themselves, and a citizen and taxpayer .
should take part in planning to nation's p.eople-Macfaddeu invested his dollars in of this state.) -- ,Ew; p >
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News UNIFORM IMPROVED INTERNATIONAL ASK ME 'fl} A Quiz With Answers

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SUNDAY ANOTHER \ on Various Subjects

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By HAROLD L. LUNDQUJST. D. D. 'I The Questions 7. How many ships per day can
bean of The Moody Bible Instituteof
Chicago. the Panama canal handle?
(Released by Western Newspaper Union.) 1. How tall is a horse 15 hands

high? The Answers

2. In Greek mythology who was ;
Lesson for May 5 i
the goddess of the rainbow? 1. Sixty inches.

3. Who first suggested daylight 2. Iris. ,
Lesson subjects and Scripture texts selected -
and copyrighted by International saving? 3. Benjamin Franklin in France
Council of Religious Education: used by in 1784 in a magazine contribution
permission. 4. What per cent of the personal
names in the Bible are those of 4. Only 5 per cent are those of _

ISAIAH GIVES GOD'S INVITATION women? women.
5. Die.
5. What is the singular form of :,
LESSON TEXT-Isaiah 55111. 6. Mrs. Dolly Madison'was alluded '
GOLDEN TEXT-Seek ye the Lord while the word dice? to as Her Majesty. .
he may be found call upon him while he :
ye
6. What First Lady knownas r
was 7.
Is near.-Isaiah 55:6. Approximately 48 ships of the
()k .G '. vdr' tra v ar ,;ai.1Aa Her Majesty? i usual size per day.

Thirsty? A thousand signboards

will tell you what to drink to refresh

yourself. Most of the suggestionsare

there only to get your money, By '
and often their proffered lift is a H OW I to SEW RUTH WYETH

push downward and their refreshment SPEARS

is only a prelude to destruc-

tion. But they do declare that thirstis

universally present. Throughoutthe around and around this, using the
Bible thirst is used to express colors indicated. When the oval .'.

.. man's need of and longing for God. is 31 inches long and 16 inches

He is a spiritual being made in the wide, divide it evenly around the i

w+ likeness and image of God and in- edge with pins about five inches i
+ai+ci fellowship apart. Now, sew a row around :,
.
THE TRUTH COMES OUT AT TEA FOR THE CROWDSee The invitation Isaiah is presented with a 2-inch loop at each pin. Sew

( Recipes Below) under the figure of a purchase, I the next three rows around these :

"Come ye, buy." In carrying out loops easing the braiding in just ;,:!

At the Tea TableThis that thought we suggest that there enough to keep the work flat. :"
Eleanor Howe's Cook Book are four steps in buying and using NOTE: "The Rug That Grew 'j

"Easy Entertaining" gives you anything.I. Up With the Family" is another _
is the in four when 2''I
one year menus and tested recipes for almost COLORS
Listen ( 1). interesting rug-making idea. Di- .;
v. j
the bachelor had better put on his kind of party there'sa PAPRIKA RED FINISHEC2CORNFLOWER
, every ; BLUE rections are in Mrs. Spears' Book .
RUG I
running boots or "Ho, everyone that thirsteth.
menu (with recipes) for a reception |BROWN AND GREEN MIXED 24'X39"ONE
4
3, which also tells how to make :
else risk This is "the ,
getting for the bride; there are as Spurgeon says cry
caught and de,1 out-door for beach of a salesman at "a fair." Amid the spool shelves; streamlining an old
supper menus day a snap-shot came from
prived of the free- confusing sounds and disturbing style bed; and many other useful ',:
hikes and there reader
parties, picnics, ; a showing a half dozen "
ideas. Write Mrs.
dom he prizes so sights surrounding his customer the Spears today,
countless and hints for braided
are menus rag rugs spread out on the
enclosing 10 cents in coin and book
dearly. For it's salesman'must make himself known
children's parties holi- No
c planning grass. two were alike. I
Leap year and catch the interest of his cus- No. 3 will be sent to you by return -
day parties and bridge parties, thought ,this one with a scalloped mail. .
girl proposes and tomer. The latter must listen to the
too. Send 10 cents in coin to border was particularly interest-
man can't very Elea- offer and the recommendation of the 2
"Easy Entertaining" care ing and the maker wrote me that
I
well MRS. RUTH WYETH SPEARS :
dispose .
nor Howe, 919 North Michigan things for sale. the scallops do stay flat on the Drawer 10 ;
at least.that's Avenue Illinois and This is an unusual offer. Isaiah I
Chicago, get I floor. Bedford Hills. New York :,
how tHe legendruns. invites the buyer to make his purchase ,
of this useful booklet, She wool and frequently '
your copy uses rags -
.. Enclose 10 cents for Book No.3. ;iR
"without and without :
There's nothing now. price." Does that money mean that the dyes them the colors she Name ............................... '
: wants. She cuts or tears them ::
quite so modern as an old-fashioned thing for sale is cheap or worthless? into inch wide Address .....eo....eo................ .t,
erate oven (350 degrees) for 20 min- strips an or more ,
tea with which make .
to
engagement
Far from Sal-
it, for it is priceless.
the that loves utes, ,or until firm to the touch. Let according to the weight of the
announcement Judy vation is free for the sinner but it
,
material and then braids them
stand a few minutes, and while still 1
John and John doesn't mind at all.There's .
cost God the price of His only begot- ,
The braided
warm cut with a sharp knife into tightly. strips are
nothing so modern, either, ten Son. It is because Jesus paid "
3-inch strips about one inch wide. sewn together with double carpet
as inviting the in the ..
young man
the
price of redemption that we
may thread and she the work
Turn cut side up, leaving a space keeps
case and his bachelor friends to the
have it without cost.II. ',
freely I
flat the table all the time she
party. Now, in 1940, afternoon tea between each stick, and return to on
is not the "strictly feminine" affairit hot oven. Toast to a rich brown. Compare (vv. 2-5)). is sewing. For this rug, the cen- .

has been unjustly accused of be- Will keep almost indefinitely.Little A good_ shopper compares values ter row is, 15 inches' long. Sew \ --

ing.. On the contrary, Mr. America Swedish Tea Cakes. lest he''make a bad bargain or buy .. 1 .

prefers the invigorating pick-up, justas 1 cup butter that for which he has no real need. ..: .i
long as he can take his tea exactly % cup sugar What is the situation of the one whois O-Cedar it Mother! '
as he likes! This may mean 1 egg invited to buy what God offers? Strange Facts ,
with clove-spiked lemon, or a touchof 2 cups cake flour He is a sinner who has been fool- Don't clean and polish, too!

candied ginger, perhaps. '/ teaspoon salt ishly seeking satisfy himself with I Cathedral' for Men I Do BOTH at once.

Since the boys hate fuss and frills, 1 teaspoon vanilla extract what the world has to offer. With Six Honor States Any lovely.lady can polish her furnitureand
and like a girl to come straight to Ice cream money he has tried to buy happiness floors as she deans them. All the work
the point with- Cream butter and add sugar slow- contentment, recognition. The Shiners Fixed Up she used to do to wash and dry AND then
Cream well. Add well beaten polish her furniture was half wasted.
out keeping them ly. bread of this world will never satisfy
< Since 1492 the of John Instead,use O-Cedar Polish in your damp
and blend. Sift flour once before L chapel
egg and the water of this world only in-
guessing they
cloth and wash and polish at the same tlmt
the in the Cathedral of St.
would think it 'measuring and then sift again creases one's thirst (.See John 4: Baptist Your neighborhood dealer sells genuine:
pretty clever to with ''salt. Add and blend in flavor- 13, 14.) Lorenzo in Genoa, Italy, has been
I ing. Place a rounded teaspoonfulof closed to women, including nuns,
"say it" with Compare what God has to offer,
hearts bearingthe batter in very small greased muffin "that which is good," that which because a woman, Salome, was ei'darPolish
tins (1 inches in diameter). the cause of his death. \: *
initial of the delights the soul (v. 2). Here is '
happy pair at- Press batter up sides and over bottom life (v. 3) assured by the promiseof C. The only,states that have never CLEANERS AND
MOPS, WAX, DUSTERS,
tached to the so that there is a hollow in the One who made an "everlastingcovenant" had a recorded lynching are Con- O-CEDAR FLY AND MOTH SPRAY
strings of the tea-balls. center. Fill this hollow with an al. with David, assuring him necticut, Massachusetts, New

Cookies are to the male what mond filling (about 1 teaspoonful). of His "sure mercies." It results in Hampshire, Rhode Island, Maine

candy is to the baby the most Queen of Hearts Cake. ultimate glory (v. 5)). and Vermont. One as All

desirable bon-bon in the world of % cup butter III. Buy (vv. 6-9). C Only 15 of the 70-odd countries Love one human being purely
sweetmeats. So. if you know 1% cups granulated sugar that border on the sea have eithera and warmly, and you will love
2% pastry flour Penniless, the sinner may "buy"without all.Richter.USE .
girl who has herself cups
any gotten en- government or a voluntary life-
gaged and is about to tell the worldso 1 teaspoon baking powder money. He may call upon saving service.
God for God has called him.
already
% teaspoon soda ,
that she invite the
suggest
FINE SWEDISH CHROME STEEL BLADES
Black and other bruisesare
salt He may seek God, because He like C. eyes
boys with the / teaspoon IS FULLY GUARANTEED
along girls to hear the
,
1 cup sour milk the good shepherd has been out seek- now being removed within 24 KENT 7 SI"K' Edg. Blad.. or IOc
glad news and tell her to be gen- 10 Doubt Edgo Blade
erous with the cookies! 1 teaspoon vanilla ing the lost sheep (Matt. 18:12). hours through an electrical injec-
tion of histamine, which dilates
4 whites While
Frosted Squares. egg man can certainly not save
Cream the butter add the himself which the capillaries, stimulates the circulation Fools Teach
4 eggs sugar, there are things God
2 cups light brown sugar and beat well. Sift the flour, baking expects the sinner to do. First, he and hastens absorption of Wise men learn more from fools
2 cups flour powder, soda and is to "seek the Lord." Where? the effused blood.-Collier's. than fools from wise men.-Catoc

2 teaspoons baking powder salt and add al- Right at your side, sinner, for "he
1 teaspoon cinnamon ternately with the is near" (v. 6)). Then when the sin-
% teaspoon salt sour milk and va-' ner meets the Lord he is at once I

6 tablespoons cocoa nilla. Beat ,the conscious, of his sin. What shall I

1 cup nutmeats (broken) egg whites until he do with it? Forsake it in both

1 cup raisins or dates (cut fine) stiff and fold into thought and deed (v. 7) and God
1 teaspoon vanilla cake. Bake in two o will "abundantly pardon." Observe :

Beat eggs until very light. Add' layers or oblong that men may by their sinful rejec- F.
sugar gradually, continuing to beat bread pans 'in a tion of Him bring themselves to the

% until the mixture is very light and moderate oven (365 degrees) 25 to place where they not only do riot 4J'
fluffy. Sift together the flour, baking 30 minutes. Cool and cut cake into listen to God's call, but actually do ,

powder, cinnamon, salt, and cocoa. small hearts with a cookie cutter not want to hear it. "Seek ye the
Add the first mixture, blending thor- Ice with Queen of Hearts Icing. Lord while he may be found" (v. 6).

oughly. Then add nuts, raisins or Queen of Hearts Icing. IV. Enjoy (w. 10, 11).

dates, and vanilla. Spread in shal- 2 cups granulated sugars Some foolish folk buy things and

low, greased pans and bake in a teaspoon cream tartar put them away .where neither they
moderate oven (350 degrees) for 1 cup hot waterConfectioners nor anyone else can enjoy them.

about 25 minutes. Remove from pan sugar,.sifted Some worry so much about the price
while still warm. Frost with choco- (about 1 lb.) they paid or are so concerned about 2; N'C

late peppermint confectioners', sug- Red vegetable coloring the preciousness of the thing pur-
ar icing. Cut in squares. Cook sugar, cream of tartar and chased that they find no pleasure in 9i
Toasted Almond Sticks. water in a saucepan until a thin using it.Salvation.

24 cups flour syrup (226 degrees) is formed. Cool is not a thing to be .J

1 cup sugar slightly. Then add enough confectioners hidden or put on a shelf. In fact,
% cup butter (melted) sugar to make an icing of it is not a thing at all, but a life.
:% cup milk pouring consistency. Add food coloring It is to grow, to bud, to blossom and
1 egg and then pour over the hearts, i, to bear fruit. How? By being ready
% pound blanched almonds covering them thoroughly with the to receive God's Word which comes

(chopped) icing. I' down like the rain from the heavens, '

3 teaspoons baking powder refreshing, encouraging, and fructifying /Swifcifi'' .

\k teaspoon almond flavoring Now that the engagement has the life of the believer. \ aisfi>:fe :

:V4 teaspoon salt been announced, there'll be par- God's Word never returns to Him tQ ..somethingWtiJke
Sift flour, sugar, baking powder ties galore for the bride-to-be. If void. He prospers it to accomplishHis

find salt into mixing bowl. Mix you're planning to entertain for a own purpose. But pray tell me, _
R161NALI'-
beaten egg, butter (melted), milk June bride, be sure to read Elea- if we never study it or even readit 1\\E __
and flavoring. Add to dry ingredi- nor Howe's column next week. how can it help our lives? We --' --
\ ents making a stiff dough. Greasea You'll find, there, tested recipesand "grow in grace" only as we grow \- :
9 by 13 cookie sheet with butter, menus especially suitable for "in the knowledge of our Lord and ___ I'U"uu
BY KELLOGG'S IN
MADE
"" Press dough evenly into pan. Sprin- parties for a bride. Saviour Jesus Christ" (II Pet. 3:18). u.nat I 11tH 0 U' BATTLE CREEK
kle almonds evenly over all and We grow in knowledge as we study nit "U\\'u

press well into dough. Bake in mod. (Released by Western Newspaper XJnlo&J God's Word. Thus we come to enjoyour Copr.1940 by Kellogg Companyr
Christian life.
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The Clewiston News tact between the man at work and FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHThe I Weekday Mass every morning at 10:30 every Sunday, excepting I the
the man with money at stake. Friendly: Church
8:00. o'clock. I
last Sunday of the month, when
"From the point of human beings,
REV. H G. McLeROY, Pastor Devotions in honor of Our Ladyof Mass Is at eight o'clock. The pub .
FrIday in Clewiston.Florida. the result is quite deplorable. I, I
published every CLEWISTON NEWS.Ine. Sunday school 9:45 a. m., B. Perpetual Help are conducted. lie, regardless of 'religious belief
by the believed that
who have always a
E. Herring, superintendent. Friday evenings at 8 o'clock, fol- is always welcom0 in this church.A .
good example is of greater value lowed by Benediction of the Most.
than many words, received quite a Morning worship' 11:00 a. m. Blessed Sacrament.

KEATHLEY BORDEN Editor shock to my confidence after went Sermon by; pastor. Claim
to Fame
Religious Instruction Class for
over a model of the Monthly deacons meeting 3:30
plantain
The
of Andrew Jackson
children Saturday morning at nine 'parents ,
Entered as second class mall matter United States Sugar Corporation ion at. p. m. at the church. here In Clewiston, and after Sunday seventh President of the United
February 1. 1927 at the Post Office In Azucar. Training ,Union worship meets
Clewiston, Florida, under the Act of Mass in Pahokee. States, ,kept an inn at North Gate,
March 3, 1897.SubRcrlptlon. < Why Like This? 6:45 p. m., Arch Hodges director.Evening Carrickfergus, County Antrim, Ire.
The Mass schedule oJ Pahokee Is ,
worship 8:00 '
p. m. lanly
"Here the Quaker gentleman in : -

Bale $ZOO Per Year. charge said it was good business to pastor in charge

notes On Application. have his people live decently, and Monthly business meeting after /.N:N:..:..:N:N:N:N:H:N:NON:M:..:NNN, :..:N:N:N:N11:N:N:..:N:11:N:N:.IINNH;I:M:N:H:NNIINNNN, :NNN:N:NN:N:Y
Advertising those he keeps all year round have preaching. .
little individual houses .with 'gar- Intermediate G. A's. meet Monday -
:: Elect Free Governor :;:
Devoted to the advancement and wel- dens of their own. Only a short at 3:30 with Mrs McLeroy. ;;_. a

fare of Clewlston and Hendry County. distance away, however, the coun- Sunbeams meet at the church Y Y h

ty health department has condemned Monday 3:30 Mrs. Davis is in
It would be
:;: politically dangerous, for s'
a housing unit where housing charge. ,
The Easter lilies failed, to makeit conditions are almost unbelievable. Junior G. A.'s meet at church :;: .Francis P. Whitehair to stress his political ::
date this ,
the calendar year
but by they're in full bloom now, and "Why: should you, in the country, Hodges.Wednesday 3:30.p., m with Mrs. independence if there were anybody who :=::

very lovely. (Their correct name is find houses to close together that Midweek services at church Wed- :: could call his han l. *
you can touch then on either sideas :; ;
Lily)
Madonna you walk through the alley? nesday''' 7:30 p. m. at. church.ST. ::$i:: But he has repeatedly assured the peo- :!:

and Even though condemned, these
Day The last Senior week Play, May Day Senior and Skip the places are still lived in.. I saw MARGARET'S CATHOLIC :* pie of Florida that he is free from any ::

banquet and dance packing house workers living in CHURCH :: kind of control
Junior-Senior this week remind us that the clos- tents on muddy land, or along the g! commitment or private ::;::;

ing of .,school is but two weeks dis- banks of the canal, and farm handsin Rev. Lawrence J. Flynn, Pastor :%: political allegiance, and nobody has come :!:

tant. shacks unfit for animals. Mass each Sunday' morning at :;: forward to deny it. ::_::
"One can only hope that the new I 8 o'clock, excepting the last Sun- '

Forecasting 'elections is growinginto farm security camps being estab- day of the month when the time Is .s.* I In his own words : ''I'm running for :_;
lished for both white and colored 10:30.
industry in Florida.
This quite time some an of them will have labor will set a new standard of Confessions are heard every Sat- :;:; Governor on my own power, placing my- :;:;

to eat their words> for they can't decency which will have to be followed urday evening from, 7:30 until 8:30: :|;: self under obligation to no individual or :;:
of the eleven by employers generally". and before all the Masses.
, Only two I
all be right.
t candidates for governor will go into I Ir r group other than to the people who have' :*:


the second primary, no matter what -'' '- -' '- _'_h ___ _- H _u. -.. '" I :'s':: enough confidence in me to send me to 's':s:
the forecasters say. : : : .H .. :.. : ,. I .s. *
II :?:: Tallahassee/ :_:


"Grandma"to be Florida's Martha Weeks oldest. resi-believed I :: The promises Whitehair makes are ::


" dent, died Wednesday at the little RE-ELECT $' open promises-promises to all the peo- :_::

.
; home Tampa.where Mrs.she Weeks lived had alone a near'full ::;j> pie to serve the State in such a way that ::


life. As a child she witnessed the :_:: all will benefit, and not a few who get ::_;::

hostile scalping Seminoles of a younger, and during brother her by special favors and jobs. ::


tho lifetime destiny witnessed of few four people wars.to It live is H. L. DeLaney :t;: But he doesn't promise ,the moon' and all =1 i:

| the stars but specifically declares "I make ::
through such a span of events. ::: : :;:

:j* no promises I am not confident I can keep :;:;


. .:..:.:..:..:..:..:._.:..:..:..:._.:_..:_..:NNNNNN. .NNN. ._.N,1. :$_: when I am your Governor, and I will go :Y;:

to Tallahassee unincumbered and in a posi- :;:


;, RAMBLINGS SHERIFF .. tion to place only honest, capable and ex- ,=:

:- By B. B. .), "f, _%: perienced employes''' in ,all public offices." :*_:

... I ,, 'I.e'I :_: There are things the Governor cannot do :i:
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:_:: unless the Legislature backs him, and all 2:::.

(:. the What primary joy to'it have is the plenty week of before ma OF HENDRY COUNTY; ;;, :?:: his promises are predicated on this fact, *

i. terial for a' column without touch- Ji :;|_!;: making it''' wise for the voters' to see where_ :i:.

ing upon that all-absorbing topic :|i: the candidates for Florida House and :::
j -politics!
: Senate stand. :2::
r\ In fact, we have material for In May Primaries of 1940 Y
There's always
f several plenty to columns.say on the subject of :I: HELP ELECT S :!:

sugar in the :Everglades and Clew- .

{ iston as a pleasant place to stay, Francis P. Whitehair is!

f: but when we say it ourselves over I ,
SOBER HONEST- CAPABLE-EFFICIENiPAID '
"; monotonous. -
and over it may grow .
_
':.: But when persons like Eleanor \ | GOVERNOR

Roosevelt and Ernie Pyle take up 1 Y
, ( POLITICAL, ADVERTISING) :_: PAID POLITICAL ADVERTISING ::
.;,. the torch for us, it reads with a +
t' great deal more emphasis. 'C: :" '. .. :..' .:: \ : =:: ::::d ;: -.- :: '. = : ';:./ f :'::: +! . . . ... ..... .. ... . .'.'. t.)
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't' ,, First Eleanor:
c
; We of the Everglades were in

1. the depths of disappointment when

1: her first "My Day" written after HIS RECORD OF SERVICE IS

:' her trip to the Everglades last 4
:
:: week said only "we made an all- J. M. LEE HIS PLATFORM

t I day trip to see some of the Farm : .;

:, Security. work in that section". As ', .: .
,
,
''' .if.
, we privately allotted her a week I .
< .>,:{" i> pl
: to go back and pick up the story ./ !

where Ave felt she had left off, Requests the Privilege of Continuing ,to Serve as y outCOMPTROLLER\' *.. :

F we saw in her first column after ::$ 't %; .'[

\ returning to Washington, just what ?

V: we had been expecting- sort of

\:. amazement at things she found in : oo3t y.ry

: the Everglades. We hope, we hope, II I

,:, we hope, that ,by now she has < t5 I
' cornered FDR for a few minutes 1' 1 k t' ,

private chat, and has begun her THE STAMP\ OP nx: kyflk2 (

conservation in a very admonishing THIS IS THE RECORD THE PEOPLE OF APPROVALBY
;: tone; "See here Franklin, about UNCLE, SAM:
t" conditions down in the Everglades 1
,
I Congratulate
,;' where we hear so much about the FLORIDA BY the"May State of Florida on
THEIR FINE COOPERATION
sugar industry. I saw a few thing5'with the tain currency in the you State main-rec-

.... my own eyes in a surprise ords. We have foundit
visit. Now, listen. MADE POSSIBLE.The necessary to inquireof
all States before our t-
However, here is what' she said agent's visits, since tiv
'
:., in her column "My Day": Comptroller's office issues possible the construction of more several States of do their not
have reports
"I, had never seen the Everglades 1,500,000 checks in a year-40- than 150 miles of the highest financial transactionsready
. 000 old folks and 30,000 unem- of roads.
' type
before. Miles and miles of flat, ployed receiving social security until six or eight
rich-soil, beginning with muck about checks can tell you how promptly By a fair and impartial ad- months their after fiscal the closeof
they receive their checks each ministration of our tax collec- years.
a foot deep and'increasing to well month. tion laws, as. far as is in the The fact that Florida's

over six feet. We have not had a bank failure power of this office, we have records each month are balanced for the ,J. M. Lee is 59 years of age.
in Florida since the restored the faith of taxPAYers -
Highlands
System Is Peculiar comp- preceding month speaks He represented
troller approved their financialset in' their state government. for the financial County in the 1927, 1929
well
"You drive along a straight road up and authorized their re- Where we have found errors system.-A prominent and 1931 Sessions of the
opening following the morato- by taxpayers or efforts to evadeor Florida Legislature.
with a canal alongside, which Federal statistical officiate -
I rium.We avoid tax payments we have He is a member of the:
serves for irrigation when neces- have paid state appiopriatiops recovered more than five mil- Baptist Church, Masons if'
sary. 'This is probably the biggest for school Leacheis andschool lion dollars of disputed taxes Odd-Fellows, Elks Kiwanis
bus drivers which have for the State of Florida plus BY THE FLORIDA Club, Townsend Club.
acreage of undeveloped farm land I Increased from less than five costs of investigation, prosecu- LEGISLATURE '80 He is married and has four
we have left in this country.; At than million dollars per year to more tion and recovery' -and approximately -' children.
twelve million per year a million dollars of this II s.' WHEREAS, I
present there are fields of beans Funds have been admfnisloii money would have gone to other through efficient management -
celery, tomatoes, cabbage and sugar totaling nearly four million dollars states but for our aggressive and by reason
per year to be matched by pressing of Florida's claims. of' economies practicedby 1IO\V TO VOTE FOR
cane in an area of about 100,000 almost as much Federal money of
the Comptroller
to We have established for the
acres. Packing houses are dotted provide and assistance for ouraged first time in Florida's history a the State of Florida
here and there. children. for our dependent policy of .a fair deal for the there has been con- J. M. LEE '
taxPAYer, and whenever a court served and accumulated /
"The farming system is a peculiar Gas tax moneys have been dis- upsets a tax law the state now -
product of this, area. The man own- with tributed' the promptly and In accord turns any moneys which may \ "'VIIl:REAR, State For ComptrollerVote
I laws of Florida :rR interpreted have been collected from those Comptroller J. M. Lee
ing the land does not as a rule, by the Supreme Com tWe who did not question the stat- has advised this body
live* on it. The farmer may not have tal'n'such action u:> ute. that with continued ( for One) '
the land but \ lease it. was required by the Fe eralgovernment' Our auditors checks for over- efficient and economic One CandidateAnother' I I I
own may '
to insure continued amount
an
payments as well as underpayments operation I I
Candirlnt'
He may not even be a farmer, but Federal aid for highways and when ovei-payments sufficient, to pay the '
bringing more than six million are discovered ,r the taxpayersgets cost of said building J. M. Lee I X I I.
hires a manager and a labor' boss
dollars to the state and .making his money b'ick. project can be used
who provides him with labor. You from the above bal
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RURAII'COMMON' ; 'SENSE' and try to improve them or make sale at which time the best dressed I

By"Spn5l' Johnson changes. that will be helpful she cowboy and cowgirl will receive ;
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says. prizes' of $5 each. They will be COME IN AND SEE THE LATEST
"CHANGE 'HOUSE' INTO Keep the interior' of the dwelling ,
saddle and rider.
judged on 'horse,
"HOME/." MISS +.MOORE ., SURGES clean and attractive. See that it
FARM PEOPLE gets plenty of sunlight and fresh Besides, the Hendry County Chamber Johnson Sea-Horse Motors 5

air Arrange things so the family of Commerce will award a $25 '
"It you're''Ilving"'in a >'housef! ; will get maximum benefit from cool prize ,to the cattleman owning the
and)!J1lan' Until 'you make it 'a:
strive \ JThis'"fs .. breezes in Summer. steer which brings the highest II : Alternate firing-VI} and 3 h. p. now In stock-All other- '
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'home. .If beds are unsatisfactory, obtain price hundred pounds on the
per
ivha 'Virginla1P.Moore" : I. some t cotton (it's cheap) and directions models available on short not led.
block. :
'Improvemenr 'specialist >with'the i and make good mattresses that

State 'Agriculture1' ''Ser- will be comfortable. Attractive, This is the first sale to be held Use our Time-Pajment plan, and trade your, old motor In.-
vice, 'has'beeirrpreaching'to! Florida's comfortable bed covers need not be since the late January freeze whenin
: A demonstration can be arranged-And fish are biting.NOW! i
'<"' I for1 were hurt
'all girl pastures grasses'
rural1women < many 'made of expensive materials. many
years." Andr her'.:ideal,p'str ssby, in by the cold and stock was reduced
Installation of equipment con-
eountyr home-'demonstration*-agents in weight, accordingly. Heavy early
venient places to save effort, run-
all over" 'the state; hasv'boniiPlru'lt: spring rains caused new grass to Western Auto Associate Stores Inc.VAN
ning water, indoor bathroom, elec- .. .
stock all this sectionis
in greater" ''comfort// healthy and grow and over
tricity, and other conveniences con-
happiness 'for'many' farm' "peopled now, reported to be in good condition -
C. HELMS
tribute to comfort in the house. Manager
Stiiri'MisYM6bre't' >oint&, out there I again.
Some equipment costs money as
houses" <,farina''in Florida
are 'many' 'on
well ,as effort, but the costs are
THE CLEWISTOX COMMUNITY
beco'rnehom
'thatl'have'not'yet' : :
small when compared with the bene-
To 'the people. wh'&'" live in."theste, : CHURCH
fits to be obtained.

houses: she:-. gives some pertinent" ug'gesUbns : "If the rural family will work REV. KENT PENDLETON, Minister .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:NNNNN:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:NN:NNNNNN:NNNNNM;.

and 'play together for the benefit Bible School meets at 9:45 '''a. m., A y ,.
Belo{ ;we into herT'suggesttons; .. ..
go< and'satisfaction of the individual and B. C. Flaniken is superintendentand :
howeVer w thfdk'ut: welt to give her the group' then they won't be living after an intermission of fifteen

definition! of a home: "A ,home, is in a 'house-their dwelling place I minutes the moring: worship hourof i' For A Better Cl wiston :r.

where people are comfortable: will be a home. This, is what every the congregation begins at 11a. :
healthy, and happy, where the family m. J. E. Beardsley is the choir .:.
family should strive for, Miss 't.Y
works and' plays together, and director and Mrs. J. H. Doty pianist.
where each does his bit to make life Moore says.Market. The theme of the sermon will be :: A COMMUNITY HOUSE :: '

more comfortable and full for him- "Honesty-Being a Square Shooter". :!: .;. ,
". Sale Here May The C. E. meets Monday at 7:30p. .
self and the others. Few people,
if any, will disagree with Miss Moore m. .land ,Lee Pridgen is the presi- ::_:: VOCATIONAL EDUCATION, ; _::: ;

about this definition of a home. 15 to J3e (Biggest Ever dent 'and program leader. .i. ::: ,

Now, some of her suggestions for The,Ladies' Aid met at the church :: HIGHWAY BEAUTIFICATION-:i:

converting a house into a home: (Hendry County News) I Thursday at 3 'P. m. Mrs. Richard .t. .!.
Get the family together and let Manager J. C. Jackman said he is Knight and Mrs. R. H. Hall were .t.z.. : ,

each individual suggest some way expecting to have between 400 and hostesses; MrsKent Pendleton was'

in which the comfort and wellbeingof 500 head of cattle offered for auc- program leader; Mrs. I D. Lydig :f._ Kiwanis ;;Projects '.Ford940:- :
the devotional
the leader of .
was
all will be increased. "Such little tionat the next''' sale to be held at ; : ..
Mrs. Deane Duff read
a Scripture
things as working surfaces often the LaBelle State Livestock Market x +
suggestive of yital service; Mrs. O.
are causes for dissatisfaction and Wednesday, May: 15. ,. Y
A. Jones had for her part "A Y
friction. If, a woman; has to work Jackman said the cattle were in ). r ':. I
Divine Instance of Service". .
over a surface that is too low, she fine shape for marketing and that :;': ) ..,0 '{ .:;:

probably will, have a backache: and I there would be a large number of :;: :: ./,." j; E. BeardsleyREAL _; :;:
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if the working surface is too high, "fat heifers and good fat steers." Woodchuck, "Whistle-Pig"! .:. '. ... .

she will have a shoulder ache.: And A. C. McNurlen of Umatilla will In the Great Smokey Mountains :." '
she can't be very pleasant with oth- conduct the auction.A National Park, along the North Carolina _; ESTATE ::

ers if she is in pain. So' check up parade up and 'down' the streetsof and Tennessee border, the' .Y'.. .
on the little things around the home town will take place before local name for the woodchuck is :i: JIM BEARDSLEY ART. LAWRENCEMILDRED ::;:

the'i whistle-pig. ::: BETTY SPICER, 'DURSTVH ..i'b

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: T ;h. Supp1yYouWith.WINDOW ,.r W For' the reason that his .training, ,experience


fi and familiarity with governmental prpblemsr:

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:: \:, CARDS*: ., .. Governor 'more capably. than any other.man, :!

-? ,-,"..'.. '"'" 47? tfi YJ y'ixt seeking the office.Holland's .

: RULED FORMS' '

,; :. '" Legislative Record I Shows -

f' LETTERHEADS: S "
,.. That he has never been ,dominated by any group or organization. --
',' r:,' He has always shown equal and full consideration for the
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ENVELOPES : :: thoughts and Ideas of everyone-rich or poor, large or small.-;-
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BILLHEADSi : .; tion has ever had to worry about' Holland "selling out" nor have
i they had to wonder or worry about "who talked with' him after we

-" q 'f. HANDBILLS -. .' left."
: ;hL HE HAS WORKED FOR -THE GROWERS AND FARMERS.At .
:.i : ,,:. ".jf" .., the request of the citrus growers of the state Holland spon-
vwx4' sored the laws they prepared-either new laws or improving the
I ; i ': :, TICKETS, : laws passed in 1935 and 1937. He 1iewlsevorked! for vege-

I table, tobacco, cotton and live stock producers.HE .
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H1 "_ : : ETC 4Spessard HAS WORKED FOR SCHOOL, IMPROVEMENT, by assist-
: ";' ing in the passage of the Florida School Code, and the Teachers,
t" Retirement Act, Etc. '

\ At a price surprisingly lowL 'HE HAS HELPED MERCHANTS AND BUSINESS MEN, by
opposing 'the frequent efforts toj secure the passage of a Sales
\ L. Tax. He opposed the Gross Receipts Tax--leading the fight to .
repeal this tax which works such a hardship on the small
merchant. He likewise sponsored the Fair Trade Act.

HE HAS BEEN A FRIEND OF LABOR, having. sponsored the ,
Ir HOLlANDIAs Workman's Compensation Act, the Unemployment Insurance laws,
and in many other ways has fought the fight of the laboringman
\ in the legislature.HE .
Your Governor HAS BEEN A LEADER IN MANY CONSTRUCTIVE PROGRAMS -
4 including Old'' Age Assistance, Public Welfare; Conservation -
Quality Printing Health care" of Crippled Children, Blind persons and dependents -
An
Will Give You ,
1 ; Free School Books and many other humanitarian
measures.


;. RI' Honest HOLLAND'S PROMISES

Clean (And Holland ,Doesn't Break His Promises)

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PHONE 39 AND Courageous f.' Include his promise to appoint to state boards, commissions
and other state groups only men who are pecularily fitted ,by
OUR REPRESENTATIVE experience and ability to hold the jobs to which they are
,. Efficient appointed. He also promises not to appoint any members of
I WILL GALL TO ASSIST YOU his family to state jobs.
Sympathetic, Holland promises sensible economy in those departments of
1 1I state affairs coming 'under the jurisdiction of the Governor,
thereby setting an example for other state departments to follow.
I, : Common SenseAdministration Holland promises to lend ''his every effort to bring about the

development of a sound and equitable tax program.He .

: I. LET US ESTIMATE ON promises to develop and maintain a cordial feeling betweenthe
Governor's office and the Legislature which Is essential if
the public is to get the results and service they are entitled to.
j c YOUR NEXT ORDER Of State Affairs A's He promises to represent all sections of the! state in a fair

I '. and impartial manner.

,i. .' -' Your Servant In Holland Is In Every Way Fitted To Be

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PAGE SIX THE CLEWISTON :NEWS FRIDAY, MAY 3, 1940


periments which show that Dallis I Dallis grass allowed to grow to The third ane final expense statement -
grass produces good pasture yieldson produce hay required about twiceas in the present campaign must-
HAVE YOU BEEN ENUMERATED? Everglades peat land when fer- much fertilizer as that grazed by be filed between May 29 and June

If not, or if you have any doubt, fill out this blank and mail to tilized with 500 pounds per acre of I 7, inclusive.
the cattle. Over a seven year All County Candidates
RICHARD G. KEY SUPERVISOR OF THE CENSUS period it produced about eight tons
414 MARBLE ARCADE, LAKELAND, FLORIDA of cured: hay per acre per 'year: On Filed 2nd StatementsCircuit

account of moisture'conditions,
................................-...................................................................._......i..... however, hay cannot be cured with ACTIVE 4. .,
certain success in the Everglades Clerk W. T. Hull reported f

.................................................................................................................. except with mechanical dryers, andit Wednesday that all candidates 'in ALIVE 4 lf '
below but to the is still a question as to whether the race for office whose names appear MmFLOUOA
at address given ,
On April 1, '1940, I was living '
thereor they are practical to use. on the official ballot for the
best of my knowledge I have. not been enumerated, either :
anywhere else. Pastures of carpet and centipede May 7 primary have filed their o11&PEOPLE' WiJ j' ,1
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grasses were found to bo difficultto second expense' accounts due to be

.. Name "00'"..........................'.....................................-............... establish and maintain, these submitted April 25-29, inclusive.
grasses being crowded out by These totaled $827.18, and repre- .

r Street & No. ..*..................................:...--..;.............::................ weeds. Carib grass is quite suit- sented gas and oil, cards, traveling
able, however. expense, sample ballots, meals and

City .......__........................................................................-...... Copies of the bulletin can be ob- cards.
I tained by addressing the Experi- Charles Miner, who is running opposition KSTWOXXWMBI ..'

ment Station at Gainesville, Dr. to the incumbent W. T. ..WOAMWDBO WDAE f,, ;
Neller says. Hull for clerk of the circuit court MAVtWMOP.M. %' y'.y
Long List of Candidates Harry M. Howard, Mrs. Fred Duna- an 0-6-12 mixture. The Dallis leads the list with1 a total of 1 7161. MAYKIJO/.K MAY M )O P.M. ,A;
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way and Earl R. Murray appear as grass contains normal amounts of Others running uncontested races ti
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:' On Ballot In 1st Primary candidates. -> calcium, magnesium, phosphorusand filed no additional expense following -
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> H. E. Farabee and John Poole iron and unusually high con- submission of the first sheet. d

k May 7 both seek to"be constable of district tent of nitrogen, even though no The first expense sheets totaled
Tuesday
Next '
r.. ; 2. For county democratic execu- nitrogen had been used in the fer 4615.98, a large portion of this FOR GOVERNOR

tive committeemen those who will tilizer. being for qualification fees. (PAID POLITICAL, ADVERTISING)
(Hendry County News) run it off are Arthur Reckwerdt and

Next Tuesday, May 7, is the date E. L. Stallings in district 3, Mrs. . . ... , , , ,
of the first primary, and voters will Laura Yeomans, incumbent and I :=:.;N N;N;N N:1;N;N;'.;11;N N;N;N;N;N N N;11;";N;N;N;N;1;N;N;1.;H N;N;N;N;N;NI.;N;N;1N;N;I.;N N:N:11:N:N N:N:1.:N:N:1:.:1.:N:1.:N i N:11:N:N:N:N:N:..:N:Ii N:Ni N:N:N: :-i. ""

go to the polls to cast their, ballotsfor Mrs. Olney Blount O'Banion, also +
candidates from county demo- district 3, Seth Howard, incumbentand y vi

,'. cratic executive committeemen to Lubbert Coleman, district 4, :

and M.: N. Taylor, incumbent and l 1
United
VOTE EARLY !
Dave Thigpen, district 5. I
and i
The ballot wil Ibe large First on the ballot appears a groupof ,
crowded with names. County candi- five for presidential electors, of : .. ::

dates in some cases number four to which one will be selected; one of A s

the office. For representative in two is to, be marked 'in group 2,- : y

the. Stewart legislature, appears the incumbent on the' ElbertL. ticket of one two of in three group in 5'group 3, and one, The number of qualified voters in this =i: Iy

with W. M. Davidson and D. G. Mc- Six men are in the race for the A

Cormick, seekers for the same office office of United States Senator, : : is twice the 1
; In the space for county five of them opposing Charles O. precinct as large as highest l lij :,
judge the names of Louis
appears Andrews, incumbent; voters will
O. Gravely, R. M. Harris and Selden choose of 11 in
one men the race will result f
: L. Stewart; in'the race for sheriffare for governor; five are in the race ij vote ever cast. Congestion unless -

H. L. DeLaney, incumbent and for
/ attorney general, three for v A

';'r Bill county Maddox judge, ;. who William is the' T.present Hull comptoller, two for, three railroad for commissioner.For state treasurer 1 you do your part. Study the sample .i iy .

seeking to be reelected as clerk of national democratic commit- Ai

the circuit court is opposed by teeman the voter has a choice of
Charlie Miner of Clewiston. ballots so can vote quickly and
picking one candidate out of a list i you ,
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Three names appear on the ticket I
of 12
.i appearing on the ticket, and '
for assessor of taxes, the incumbent one committeewoman out of three

Neely Dennis Davis Smal;,R.H.N. Miller E. O'Brien, now hold-and who The are voter in the race. his !1 I
may place X to the COME EARLY TO THE POllS :
office
i": ing by Mrs. Homer as tax Taylor colector and is opposed G. R. right appear of.4 for candidates men delegates out of. 34 to who the AV

Hatch, while three are contestants national democratic convention stateat y AV

I"' for state democratic committeeman, large, with a choice of four also I 'A
T W. C.. Evans, B. Virgil Hall and in "the. of committeewomanstate Democratic Executive Committee '
group
:_: Hendry Bounty _:
Hurd L. Reeves.In at large. .. ,.. .'.. .
the precincts two new comers v Av
,Choose one of three men ,for delegate Ay
seek to be county,commissioner of
to the national convention first +
,' district 1, G. E. Etherton ,and E. E. .. .' . . . . . . ..,.
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four women for the same represen-
non seeks to be reelected and is opposed tation.

by J. Olien Davidson; dis- The polls will at 8
i. open a. m.
trict 3 lists
as opponents to the
and close
at sundown. Countingwill
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incumbent: Blitz Wegman, Reeder then start and continue until
f; Herron and George L. Poole Frank
; tallies
are completed. B.
McClenithan seeks another term as r FORe ATY

t commissioner of district 4, while in DALLIS GRASS PASTURE
the same race is Alto Hires, and at
AIDS CATTLE INDUSTRYIX
.rI' Felda, district 5, E. B.
Hull seek-
ing reelection has for opposition, EVERGLADES REGION ,,_ He Is Forging Ahead In The Race

Jim Maddox, Arthur Peters and W. i ,
BELLE GLADE, FLA.Already
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S.
; Shoults. a big producer of sugarcane and
Two of the three school board For GovernorB.
vegetable crops; the Everglades is f
members now in office are in county !
cattle
f' becoming a empire as well.
wide races, Mrs. Homer Taylor and
This new industry is based largelyon
Charles Miner.' For Clewiston F F. Paty's sensible his determination
A. O. cheap feeds, and Dallis grass program, -
Ward is unopposed and his name for pasture has been found, by the .
does not appear on the ballot. In Everglades Experiment Station to "7 tion to give Florida 'a' clean and decent gov-
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the LaBelle district Dillon Hall be excellent.Dr. .
ernment is winning thousands to his
incumbent is opposed by G. M. J. R.. Neller and the late Dr. new

;.,' : Watson, while at Felda M. O. Allen, A. Daane Bulletin 338, review exI '' r'j' f cause every day. y



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; _. SOLICITING YOUR VOTE FOR B. F. Paty'was born at Bell Buckle, ,Tennessee, 46 years ago. The son of an 1\,>:', .
INDEPENDENT MERCHANT. During the World War he served as, an officer :
in the Artillery. He.is married and has three children. B. F. Paty is a I
f" I III member of the Methodist Church, the American Legion, the Elks, the Masons

WILUAM I HULL and. various legal associations. ;His Home .is in West Palm Beach.



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..i. ::: CANDIDATE FOR RE-ELECTION :s;: Paty Makes'' No False or ''','., Paty Stands For: r.
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Extravagant /?
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: i Clerk Of Circuit '. No Additional Taxes
Court I
c All Florida Is TalkingHe's U: Definite Subsistence Old-Age Homesteads Pension Funds


:. +: A: Lower Freight Rates
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y I:: HENDRY COUNTY :A i:; P a t y for Governor State Months Civil: of ServiceNiue SchoolPublic

I .. Utilities RegulationA .
:A Reforestation Program
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" :: Permanent resident of Hendry county since bojhocd. .. = State Advertising Bureau
:: The Candidate of An Adequate Road Program
i; World War veteran with 12 months oterseas Venice. ii ;. 4' Everglades National ParkA /

:i: A taxpayer: of Hendry county. .y. ; -r Fair Deal for Labor
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Curbing Powers of Governor
The Masses
:;: Has collected and accurately accounted for thousands of dollars ::. Restocking Wild Life and GameI'
:t: in delinquent taxes and + New Industries-MorePayrolls
paid out thousands of dollars in .. ?-r
t Repeal of Gross ReceiptTax
..t... comity money. .:.. Not The Classes Cooperation with All Industries M'

:i: Has neatly and accurately'kept the records of office. .;:

:;s... Has rendered efficient and courteous service to the, ,public.' :_s:: _, ; :.f, ,.-
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Mrs. Arthur Lee of West Palm ved" by the hostesses to Rev. and the highest bidder at the Court House
Beach is spending several weeks Mrs. H.. G. McLeroy, Mesdames R. door on the first Monday in the month J. M. COUSE .
of June, 1940. which is the 3rd day .,
here with her sister, Mrs. Viola C. Nowling, Arthur King, E. E. of June, 1940. Counselor and
Attorney at Law
i: Personals 1 1J. Stone. Kelly, B. E. Herring, J. L. Whitaker Dated this 3rd day of May, 1940.

L. M. Garrison, E. L. Hayes, (Seal) WILLIAM T. HULL Hopkins Building

Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Carlton and Arch Hodges, M. C. Vowell, H. Clerk cf Circuit Court of, Wednesdays and Saturdays
Hendry County Florida
Beverly Carlton returned Sunday L. Davis, J. H. Davis, Sam Young, I 4t. May 3-10-17-24, 1940. 0:80 to 4:00
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from a two weeks' vacation at Fort A. D. Dixon, W. Robinson, C.
of
K. Sparkman Tampa was <'

a visitor in Clewiston this week. Myers Beach. L. Krueger, R. J. Blount, C. E. ,::: :N:HN:":N/N.N.in::":":'":":":":":0':.':":":":..:":.':":":.':":":":":..:...:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:...:..:..:, ,
Nail, Floyd Hanna, Jimmy Wilson,
Mr. and Mis. Foy Durrence are
Frank Cothern, H. E. Walker, R. f. "
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Boone have planning to leave tomorrow to spenda 1 ;
J. Williams, C. W. Simmons, M. :: ,
moved to Clewiston from Pahokee. two weeks' vacation at Fort '. ELECT .s
Myers Beach. C. Doke, Alex McGowan, L.C.. :::" : :., .::0'
Mr. and Mrs. H. J. B. Scharnberg Miller, G. E, Wenzloff, C. M. Allen '
and E. J. Vent. :: ,: l ::
spent the week-end in Miami. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Mills and ... .
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Gene and Bud, spent the ....
sons MRS. SCHROEDER HOSTESS TOEVENING '
Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Arey spent
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with Mr. :: ; :
the week-end in Orlando with Mr. week-end in Fort Myers BRIDGE CLUB :: .t ,
Arey's parents. and Mrs. Solon Crews. A"0 Y

Mrs. B. J. Schroeder, was hostessto t. Yr
Mrs. H. L. DeLaney ,of LaBelle
Pettus Lee of Orlando spent a' spent the week-end here with her the Wednesday evening bridge L;
I club at her home this week. First :
few days in Clewiston on business son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and
this week. prize, a pair of hose, was won "
Mrs. Harry H. Turner. A
.., by Mrs. C. E. Nail Second prize, .s. A .i'
C. B. Savage and A. McIntosh, : J. D. Hill of Ocala was a business likewise hose, went to Mrs. Roy .:. A 's.

of West Palm Beach were business isitor in Clewiston Tuesday. Mr. Alston. ?' yh

visitors here Monday. Hill is connected with the U. S. Following the bridge games, the : 1 1I ?

Forest Service. members gave a surprise stork :!: SCHOOLMAN :;:
Maurice and Earl Lee of West I ,.
shower to Mrs. R. C. Nowling., 'i. SCHOOL :::
Palm Beach visited relatives in s'i.
Clewiston recently.Mrs. I B. F., Oliver of Lakeland was a The hostess served delicious cake :::

business visitor here Tuesday. Mr. with whipped cream and coffee. :;: ; :;:

Mable Lingenfelter of Talla- Oliver is assistant to the state Playing were Mrs. Nall, Mrs. i I ::: ,\ JOn .;.

hassee spent Friday here with Mr. supervisor of census enumerators. Alston, Mrs. R. C. Nowling, Mrs. v

4 and Mrs. Keathley Bowden. Blanche Turner, Mrs. H. H. Turner, :!: .; ::
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Mr. and Mis. B. J. Jaeckel of Miss Mae Palmer, Mrs., R. C. Wilson : yy : :.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe S. Roof of Live West Palm Beach were guests at and Mrs. Schroeder.StepHensBrantley. .i' 'J'

Oak spent Wednesday. In Clewis- the Clewiston Inn recently. Mr. I f .,: \ -.
ton. Jaeckel is manager of the Hotel :! .
George Washington.Mr. 's.: '": 'i.

Mrs. Keathley Bowden and sons, I ::: ; ::: "

Kay and Paul, spent Sunday with I and Mrs. Paul Eddy, "of .:. ....' .:.

relatives in, Okeechobee. Tallahassee, were visitors in Clew- Miss Pearl Ada Brantley, daughter ?

ston Tuesday and Wednesday. Mr. of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Brantley, : B. E.
E. A, Nelson of St. Clair Shores, Eddy is representative of the state and Clyde W. Stehpens were :: Herring

Michigan, is spending a few days' board of education. married in a quiet ceremony performed A AA

at the Clewiston Inn. by Rev. Clark Neale Ed- .
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; YOUR SUPERINTENDENT INSTRUCTION '
OF PUBLIC
Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Flaniken and wards in the First Presbyterian '' '-
Mr. and Mrs. Foy Durrence were : :.
children, Bevoly and Bettye Carol church in West Palm Beach Sunday '.' t,
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Donnie O.
were visitors in West Palm Beach afternoon in the presence of a
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Durrence in Fort Myers Saturday. week.and Miami the latter part of the small group of friends and relatives. :; Qualified by Training and 10 Years |

I Mrs. Jennie Mae Humber of The bride wore an afternoon t

Columbus, Ga., is visiting her sister, ensemble, of pastel pink with white
: .. Mrs. W. E. Bolton returned Tues- :: Experience In School Administration :1 i:
Mrs. J. W.: Ezelle, and family.Mr. accessories.Her flowers were a
day from the Good Samaritan
y
corsage of white carnations. Her y
Hospital in West Palm Beach, where
and Mrs. Jerry Cato and she spent several days under medi- attendant, Miss Florine Moore, :!: Your Vote and Active Support1'ill Bo Greatly Appreciated .>
baby of Miami were recent guestsof wore-white with yellow accessories, :
cal observation.Mrs. f

relatives here. and .her flowers were yellow rosebuds ;. ..............................................,....;..................;..;......;..;..;..;........NNONN..N...I..N............;......;......_.....N.MNNM.. _. .. ..NN.. ..N..MNM.. .. ..
W. is The groom's attendant was
H. Lanier spending ,
(PAID POLITICAL ADVERTISING)
.> and
Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Flanders
this week in Tampa with her sister, W. L. Brantley, jr., brother of!
, Miss Phyllis Flanders of Moore
I the bride.
Mrs.V. W- Chadwick. Mr. and
Haven were guests of friends here Mrs. Chadwick were week-end visitors The bride is the attractive .;..:..:..:..:..: ..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.

Monday evening. here, and Mrs. Lanier returned daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. y.s. f ;.

with them. Brantley and has lived in Clewis- y ?

Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Peeler, 'I ton for several years. She is a :i: VOTE- ::'
FOR
Phil L. Clarke and J. Edward John
Brdadfoot
Mrs. A. R. Mrs. W. graduate of the Clewiston High

son of West Palm Beach were recent -I J. Robinson, 'Mrs. Clarence Ivrueger, School in the class of '1935, and .'. .- :

guests at the Inn. )Mrs. Arch Hodges and Mrs. G. has recently been employed in the *_ :!:

E. Wenzloff were in West Palm office of the. sugar orporation.The h
Ed W. Carroll,' sr.' and Ed W. :'
Beach atlendiI g :: MINER ::
Thursday a quarterly groom is the son of C. H.
Carroll, jr. of the State Road Department -
associational meeting of the W. Stephens and the late Mrs. Stephens A h
were business visitors in ,
M. S. of Philadelphia. He has lived in

Clewiston Tuesday. Clewiston for the past eighteen

J. E. Beardsley and Dan Beards- months, and is manager of the mar- : .1
Gabby Knowles of Bradenton was FOR'j\:
in Clewiston Tuesday' campaigning ley left yesterday afternoon for ket in the B and B Grocery. Mr. '::. : ; ; : : ,;; : ,, '
Gainesville for a few days' visit. and Mrs. Stephens have purchasedthe
for Spessard L. Holland, candidatefor
I Dan, who is president of the Pa- home recently vacated by the

governor.Mrs. / hok.ee chapter, 'and vicepresidentof D. B. Aliens and are residing there. !
; Clerk of Circuit Court
:! :
H. A. Land, Mrs. H. C. the state organization, Future Attending the wedding were =

Avant, H. H. Avant and, Miss. Farmers of America, is attending Misses Mary and Florine Moore,
?
Roberta George. spent Sunday in the, state convention. He' and his Mrs. J. WI. Moore, Miss Dorothy y Y

Lake Worth. father are 'also visiting Jim and Hare, T. E. Markette, Mr. and Mrs.
;t. I- Bob Beardsley, students at the W. L. Brantley and W. L. Brantley, :_!: HENDRY COUNTY VOTERS SHOULD =::

Mrs. W. F. Simpson, Mrs. W- University of Florida. jr., of Clewiston, Mr. and Mrs Wil

C. Allen and Mrs. Olin Carleton'! fred Lockhart, Mr. and Mrs. Carl :_;: LEARN THIS CAMPAIGN SONG :!:
AIRS. BROADFOOT HONORED BY
were guests of Mrs. C. H. Settle ,: Bertrams, Mr. and Mrs. B. Ting- ?

in Moore Haven Tuesday. I MISSIONARY SOCIETY LADIES stram and Miss Katherine Bertrams Y'i' ,.

of West Palm Beach. ':.
Miss :Mae Lily Stone of Lake Airs. C. Nelson and Mrs. O. C. ::: (Tune "Dinah" ) :::

Worth visited her mother, Mrs- 'I Landon were hostesses Friday after- ?

Viola Stone, and other relatives'. noon at, a party complimenting Mrs.A. WANTED: Late Model used elec- ::?;: Oh, Miner, :Y::
I
and friends here Friday., R., Broadfoot, retiring presidentof tric refrigerator. Small size. f

'Dr. 0..F. Schiffli 'returned Wednesday of the the Baptist Womans Church.Missionary Society, Phone115.. Miss Royal. :::: Is there anyone finer ::i:


I from Tampa, where he.medical spent'! Several games were played during ::: As a County Court Clerk. than Miner. ?, :_:
three attending the state
days .
the afternoon. Mrs. Broadfootwas .;. -. ; :-c-. ;0

association meeting. presented with a, W. M. S. GlagMvn Scientifically Broken LCIISCN ::: Can't you picture that grin, .;:'J'i ,< : :;:

pin from members of the societyIn Fitted and Repaired DuplicatedDR. ': '..c: ''
Elliott F. Bishop, manager of :i: : : \ :::
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the Brazilian Court Hotel in Palm recognition of her work ,during F", I). GUDBAUROptometrist .:. He's bound to win. ; '-. ,*:- vlOh : .'. ,:,

Beach was a guest at the Clewis- two years as president. :;: ,(',_ ,-':..'::' '1 1" ', :.:
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ton Inn Friday. Delightful refreshments were ser- : Miner, y.:' ,
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Phone JDS 5 Collier Arcade ::: ,- ; J, ;

Fort Mjcru, Florida :;: With that mustache waving : -.:, ,:f /"' :;:

The Swing Is to I Successor to K. H. Oakley :: ..>: >*.,
':. You can bet that we're >saving v' K--1: t:.

MECHANICAL, STRUCTURAL :i: ,-( /, ,: ;,;'" :i:

ARCHITECTURAL DESIGNS .:. All our votes for you. ,if_"- V-: '; '. :;-:' ':'
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FRASER"A 'i' .: : ', .'i.
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Maps ; Estimates .sO.i.
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S .. Now day ,: : *:.' :", '-
); every ,. !, :
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JOHN II. DOTY "': i.'It ,: : :::
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BUSINESS MAN Engineering: Consultant .:. In every way, ".,/ *" r, .:.
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WITH ':; : .. ::
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Hopkins Bldg. CIcuMoii, Fla. : ": ;
y'L ,M3 1. A BUSINESS PLAN"y 'i' You'll hear him say,. x" J v', -.i>-,:- :::
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WALTER FRASER will eliminate ::: :(t )" ': ::
, Oh won't vote for meV :Cti <,. *V? .
Y you
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/ graft waste and Ho ':; iJ'f :.
/ Inefficiency. :: : ,': ; :::
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[ ai'. will provide ample funds to oper ':. For you can see ,. '/ '. "iO
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. ,. ate Florida on a business basis- I Johnson's Fish CampNear ': :"': :

:r y >> Full nine months school with :: It's going to pay. \; > :!: '

, ; ( lluuicane Gate) .'. ,
pxye' ,: ; prompt and better pay for our {' "to

teachers. $40.00 monthly for Clewiston, Fla. .:;: Oh, Miner, .""r :;:

% ; everyone above 60 years of age. Boats and 1\1otors-Guide Service ::
:;: all !
Care of our dependent children. Rates Reasonable : Hear the crowds yelling,

Medical Aid to All \7. H. Johnson, Mgr. :: And the people all telling ::
FREE

Unable to Pay ..:: That you've made History. :I:
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TAX DFI.I) :} f x


fSBSf fUS&OYERNUR H No..NOTICE D.H.242.1927 McCall Issued:, is has holder HEREBY filed the 1st same of 'Tax day GIVEN in of Certificate my AugustA. office That :_!!. It Will Be Finer With jl


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and has made application for a tax :. j :
deed to be issued thereon Said certificate -

li3.@ RIlIO "' property embraces in the the County following of described Hendry, ,i MINER ClerkWritten 1 't,

: lAG State All Block of Florida: 110 ,,LaBelle to-wit:

4 The assessment of the paid property -
under the said certificate issued .1I Hendry County friends. ,.*_
I : and paid fpr by
/pFIND{ A FRIEND IN was in the name of John F. Weber.
.., .:. FRASER ....:i:.'- ,,*_<. Unless said certificate shall be redeemed I
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to I THE CHEERFUL CHERUB


tvvo keys a cabin I love to e't.t crackers



BY LIDA LARRIMORE I .1 And with read apples. book

MACRAE SMITH CO. WNU SERVICE ina

SYNOPSIS that the door must be closed and turned, disconcerted, incensed at" might be added to your mother's in- old and f t.

locked and the key thrown away. having his resolution so unexpectedly come if some other arrangementwas I Peel' 50 contented

Charming, wealthy Gabriella (Gay for The key? John turned, realizingthat frustrated, immensely and joy- made. Why can't I help? If
short) Graham, engaged to Todd Janeway, the fully relieved. and
the Maine woods accompanied he had reached village. Uncle John intended me to have the cosy
cabin
to
returns in
a
by a friend Kate Oliver. The Why had Uncle John made that "Hello," he said from the door- privilege of coming here wheneverI I wish I could
Idea of a stay at the cabin occurred to her gesture? he wondered, walkingmore way. "I thought you were asleep." like, certainly you shouldn't object -
when she received a key to it following the slowly back toward the cabin. "I am-almost." She j to purr like
death of her godfather Uncle John Law sat curled my sharing the expense.
rence. The two girls notice that someoneis He'd known, of course, of that young against heaped cushions in a cornerof ''That's quite unnecessary," he a, ct.li1 .

Gay living knows In the the cabin.Identity Kate of the suspects mysterious that attachment between himself and the couch beside the hearth. She said stiffly and saw her expression \ .cAnn

occupant. The mystery man returns. He is Gay. It probably hadn't been diffi- wore a soft white woolen robe fastened change. She had, he knew, inter-
John Houghton a young doctor whom Gay cult for Uncle John to read his close up around her throat preted the words, the tone of his "
had known In previous years. Immediately thoughts the morning after the partyin with long sleeves and cord voice rebuff. And :: : :
aggressive, Gay asks him by what right he a knot- as a rightly, too, ,
Is in the cabin. His right, 'she finds, is New York when he, John, had ted about her waist. The light from he thought in bitter self-reproach.

greater key but than more her own.than that He,too is heir possessesa to it insisted, stubbornly and not very the lamp fell upon her loosened mop Her offer had been fair and gen- WNU Service. It

from his Uncle John Gay's godfather. GayIs considerately, that they return to of red-brown hair, lay warmly erous.. Why couldn't he have ac-
high handed with hIm and he states Cambridge at once. And Uncle John against the curve of her cheek. She cepted it in the spirit in which it
courteously that he will leave. loved Gay. He had for her a deeper smiled up at him drowsily, an over- was made?

affection, perhaps, than for anyonein ture of friendliness in her long very Presently, with a gesture which

CHAPTER IIContinued4 the world except him. deep blue eyes. expressed some thought completed,

But Uncle John should have fore- "You should be in bed." He some course of action determined, ,

)- "I had no thought of finding you, seen, he thought irritably, that noth- walked to the fireplace in which a she dropped the fringed end of the DEPARTMENT
'., John," said Gay. ing of lasting '''value could come of log she had evidently placed there cord. As he watched her, still brood-

"I know that." He had, she that attachment. He was romantic, burned above a bed of embers.'"Are ingly silent, she rose from the couch,

h thought, interpreted her statement idealistic, in the way of his genera- you warm enough?' It's cool hereat composed, lovely, remote.

!;' as a rebuff. The smile vanished. tion, but he was neither sentimentalnor night." "Then I shall be obliged to BABY CHICKS

", "I'm sorry to be complication.." impractical. He must have seen "It's heavenly. New York has stay as your guest," she said and r

""r. He was a complication. He had that he, John, and Gabriella Gra- been a blazing furnace." walked toward the closed door into CHI C KS IASSORTED. HEAVIES $O9O.No .
cripples I No Culls I 100
., been a complication since the night ham lived in different worlds, that "The papers report a heat wave." the room she was to share with We Guarantee Live Delivery. Wo Pay Poetaye.
I they'd driven together through Cen- each would be a stranger in the at- He bent over the log on the andiron, Kate. ATLAS CHICK CO.. St. Louis. Mo.
: since mosphere familiar to the other. Per- "You win again, Gay." Strangethat
tral Park, before that, even,
haps though the thought continued, it less difficult to his
; the summer here at the lake. She was renew WELDING OUTFITSWELDING
i '
i
:, realized, now, how largely he'd been when you were dying, such things as -- resolution now that he realized he'd
wealth or a lack of it'the' differencesin been a presumptuous fool. Odd that OUTFITS, S27.71; ELECTRIC
responsible for her dissatisfaction, ;;-- Welders $59.62. Superior Oxy-Acetylene,
her restlessness, her uncertainty viewpoint which wealth engen- now, when her manner expressed in- Mail Order Dept., HAMILTON, OIIIO.
concerning her approaching mar- dered, the distinctions and antago- difference, he was impatient to go.
;: ? That nisms it raised seemed relatively "I won't be here. I'm leaving-"
riage to Todd. A complication
l :, was too unimportant word. Look- unimportant. Uncle John had knownhe 4F4 But flinging off at this hour was un- Underground 'Movies:
hadn't long to live when they'd necessarily dramatic and so he add ,
ing at John, silent and unapproachable -
to New York. Perhaps duringthe ed "-tomorrow."
,
; in the doorway, feeling his pres- gone Two hundred and forty feet be- *
ence here in every tingling nerve, following weeks, when his graspon "You're being pretty-stuffy about low' ground the colliers of the
living had loosened, some wis- this, aren't you?" she asked. r.
with heartbeat Gay
every racing Spruce mine, near Evereth, Minn.,
to dom had come to him which, by the "Possibly." The knowledge of
knew she had found the answer enjoy regular film shows. The the-
: troubling questions. He was nec- gesture, he had attempted to communicate what he had seen in her face was ater is a disused pump-room in the .
,,
essary to her, had always been, to them. sustaining. He felt himself relaxingas pit, and there are seats for 200

since she was fifteen years old. Todd Perhaps-But the wisdom which though, by some agency, a strain spectators. At lunch-time, come-

was not a necessity. It was as sim- might come with death was, now, of had been relieved. '"Worse than dies, wild west. and other short
in- no practical value. He and Gay that," he continued responding to
ple, as hopelessly, frighteningly films are shown, as well as spe-
volved as that. had, in all probability, a great deal j'S the humor and the friendliness in cial "Safety First" features for instructional
of living to do. Their divergent her smile. "I'm being, I've been, benefit.

courses were charted, had been determined unpardonably rude."
CHAPTER IIIHe'd 'There is sound
no apparatus, but
he supposed long before "
"You have, she agreed cheer.
the miners incidental ,
they met here at the lake. That fully. "I understand, though.: The provide mu- ..II
; have to clear out. He'd haveto sic with their own accordions, violins -
meeting accidental and had
was no shock was, is, mutual. We've nei-
clear out, now, tonight, before he : and harmonicas.
influence upon the direction of their ther of us behaved very well. Let's
saw her again. John walked, rest- separate lives. He was going to not make-decisions tonight."
''' less in long plunging strides, along
,
Portland to take over Dr. Sargeant'spractice "But decision made."
my ,
the rutted clay-shell road. The ex-
periment was less important than loans which for a had year enabled in payment him for to He knew that his voice lacked con- HEADACHE?
He her smile
viction. saw' widen
what was certain to happen to him complete his medical course at Har-
.... if he remained at the cabin. He'dfought vard. After that if he could and deepen. Here is Amazing Relief of
man- Conditions Due to Bowels
to be Sluggish
She appeared satisfied.
u that battle twice before and
age to support himself, he was goingon I E"You're If think all
"Shocks are wearing, she said. ,: you laxatives
he had no intention of exposing himself 1! ngi QfllF41
with scientific research. There ; : acto.hkc, just try this
.. ..
to .
"I'm
to the necessity of fighting itt going get some sleep. ::'blI: all vegetable laxative.
before him of work
were years So mild, thorough, refreshing, Dependable
"You'd better. You look all in. ; invigorating.
again. which he loved, of loneliness whichhe being pretty stuffy about relief from sick:headaches bilious spells,
But wasn't that necessity already this, aren't you?" she asked. "Thank you. Aren't you afraid tired feeling when associated with constipation.
accepted. Gay was to marry you'll turn my head?". She stood Without DietSet a 2Sc box of NR from yourdruggist.
upon himHe'd wondered how he Todd KISK Make the test-then
JanewayHe -.
would feel if, by chance, he should making a clattering noise with the smiling back over her shoulder, her U not delighted, return the box to us. We will
had not allowed himself to refund the purchase
tongs. hand on the knob of the door. "Good-
her Chanceassisted
meet
again. price. That' fair.
think of that until His thoughtshad s
now. "It's been dreadful.
really night. Get NR Tablets
today. .,
A
by Uncle John, had given him that a l
moved warily dodging that "
"So I've understood. "Good-night. Pleasant dreams.
He felt he'd felt when
knowledge. as painful fact. :But it must be faced, She laughed suddenly, disarming- "I know I shall have them. Re-
six There
they parted
years ago. squarely and honestly. The fact ly. "Must we talk about the weather member. No decisions. We'll draw
between them which Well-Traied Mind
was something
must be accepted and removed from ?" she asked. Kate's straws-tomorrow."
time and separation had not altered, his mind. He'd known, of course, He rose to a standing position, This is a proof of a well-trained

more vital than it had been three almost as soon as the engagementhad stood looking down at her, unable to Gay lay on the float in front of the mind, to rejoice in what is good
years, six years ago, because they been announced. He'd thoughthe and to grieve at the opposite.- f.
resist the appeal of her smile. "You cabin, her face buried in the hollow
were more mature, now, more emo-
had accepted.it. He'd been able, suggest a subject," he said. "I'm between her crossed arms. The sun Cicero.
\ tionally aware. during the summer, to look at cam- afraid lugged in the heat-wave." shone warmly on her back and legs

'k Not that he hadn't been emotionally era poses of Gay and Todd Jane- The smile slowly vanished. "I've'' and the wind, ruffling her hair, was

s aware of her that summer she'd way with interest not too intolerably been thinking of Uncle John," she refreshingly cool. The float moved
;
spent at the cabin with Uncle John. mixed with pain. There had been at: said. "I was terribly sorry not to gently, rocked by waves which scur- WOMEN yr40S":

He should have cleared out then, great many of them. It would be have come for his funeral." ried before the wind across the sur-

he told himself a trifle grimly, in- an important wedding. Todd ''J ane- "It was pretty ghastly. The college face of the ,lake. The warmth, the
stead of prolonging what he had in- way was connected with the pri- You motion the
turned out. were fortu- gentle whispering'sound Read This Message!
;; tended to be a week-end visit intoa vate bank in New York of which his nate to have escaped it." of the water, induced a state of Important
of three weeks. Do dread those "trying years" (38 to '
stay father The you
was president. Janeway "But I would have come. I was drowsy contentment. She found it 62)? Are you getting moody, cranky and
He should have left before the estate on the Hudson adjoined in Bermuda." increasingly difficult to concentrate NERVOUS? Do you fear hot flashes weak
she'd turned her ankle "Dunedin the Graham estate. It ening dizzy spells? Arc you jealous ol atten-
5 day walking "Yes, I know. He walked to the upon problems and eventualities tions other women get? THEN LISTEN-
with him through the woods and was all eminently suitable, he sup- side of the'' hearth opposite to the though that was what she had gone These symptoms often result from female t

he'd carried her to the cabin in his posed. He'd met young Janewayat couch, rested his elbow on the low'' there to do. famous functional Lydia disorders.E.Pinkham's So start Vegetable today and Com take

.' arms. After that nothing could have Gay's party and had been impressed stone shelf, stood looking down at (TO BE CONTINUED) pound. For over 60 years Pinkham's Com-
':': induced him to leave. He with his friendly pound has helped hundreds of thousands of
remembered manner her through the smoke, of his ciga- grateful women to go"smiling thru"difficult
M1'1; with a feeling of tenderness and blond good looks. Oh yes, it was rette. "You wrote me." Robot Voice Machine days. Pinkham's has helped calm unstrung
for the innocent ardor of their all eminently suitable Gay's desti- nerves and Jessen annoying female functional -
4 re- "Dad cabled. I couldn't have "irregularities." One of the most elf c-
lationship which, resentment could ny, ,determined at her birth, an made it" Her eyes moved slowly, a Seen as SpeecH Aid fica "woman's" tonics Try iti I I

s not efface, the week which had fol- eventuality which no chance meet-. little sadly around the room. "It's Sir Richard Paget, inventor of a II I

lowed. He remembered saying ing could alter or efface. strange to be here without him." machine that talks, seems to have

good-by to her at the station in The cigarette he had lit and neg- "I've become accustomed to it. confused for a time his inventive Greater Silence

Machias, straining for a last glimpseof lected had burned his fingers. The I've been here half a dozen times in genius and, his ultimate goal; putout Speeches great; but silence is

.' her face, young and defenseless smart of physical pain routed mem- the past three years." of his works may come in J1e! greater.:-Carlyle.

in the transient grief of parting, ories, brought him abruptly to his "Kate told me I shouldn't have as- end an improvement in methods of.

tears glittering on her lashes, her senses. What he'd been thinkingwas sumed that he left me this." Reviv- human speech. His machine'feeds

";: wide sweetly curved mouth trembling madness. Uncle John had not ing humor glinted between her thick' air through a tube to VKS 3'G's mouth- COLD'S
MISERYANY
f. :; in an effort to smile. "I'll intended them to have a stolen week dark lashes. "She pointed out a pieces, and by pressing the bellows t

k;,. see you soon, John," she'd said, together, hidden away in the woods. few things I'd overlooked, that there with his foot anjd- placing a thumb TIME. OF YEAR

('; clinging to his hand as they stood And he'd been presumptuous in as- would have been a deed, a transferof before the orifiv.'es: he makes the ap- PEN ETRO

together in the vestibule of the train. suming that Gay had any such property, tax bills." paratus utter1; a few simple words..

And, sustained by his presence, too thought or desire. Besides, there "Uncle John's estate pays the All right .'So far; but it is the hard- WNU-7 18-40
h> much in love with her to reason or was Miss OliverNo taxes. There has been a transferof est way'to talk ever demonstrated

ii\:' question, "Yes, very soon," he'd re- not too presumptuous, revert- property. The estatethere'svery with uccess.o .

plied. ing to Gay's possible thought and little-is held in trust for my the other hand., Sir Richard
''r i But he had not seen her again until desire. He'd seen the expression in mother during her life-time. At her philosophizes that, culturally, human -

E r. he'd gone with Uncle John to New her eyes when she'd looked at him death it reverts to my sisters and. Ito speech is thousands of years s I4 .
E York for her debutante party. Her through the lamplight. There was me." behind the times. He notes that

..;, mother had taken her abroad that no sane middle-course of friendshipfor "Then I am-intruding?" she said speech is the natural result of ges- May Warn of Disordered' v

fall after her summer here. She'd them. At a word, a gesture, the uncertainly. "The cabin is-yours?" tures of the mouth and jaws, capa- Kidney Action

":,;1 written to him at lengthening intervals antagonism which was their safe- "Not entirely, apparently. Ny't for ble of 144 variations; but that the Modern life with its hurry and worry'
during the first year, from Geneva guard would melt and with more an uncertain number of year" upper arm, forearm, wrists and fin- Irregular habits, improper eating and

S where she was in school, from far-reaching consequences, now, "I've been wondering. ThaVs. whyI gers together can make 700,000 ges- drinking-its-throws risk heavy of exposure strain on and the infection workof -

various points on the French Rivi- perhaps, than in the past, since now waited up to talk to Y/>u. I'm tures. To complicate speech by sign the kidneys.They are apt to become

era when her vacations permitted they met as a man and a woman afraid you've been bearing some expense language would generally annoy all and over-taxed other impurities and fail to from filter the excess lifegivingblood. acid

opportunities for travel. He'd been and would never meet again. which I should have shared. except tourists in a strange land, .

relieved when the letters stopped His resolution wavered as he After all, my option-('-is that the but the talking machine has a mis- headache You may, dizziness suffer,nagging getting up backache nights
coming, glad that he had been on a opened the door into the kitchen. word-should entail responsibility sion if finally perfected. leg pains, swelling-feel cor.4itantlytired

canoe trip in Canada when, nearly Knowing that she was there seemedto as well as create privilege. Do I Radio, for example, would I be- of kidney,nervous or bladder;all worn disorder out. Other are some signs I

two years later, the cablegram an- give the door she had opened an owe you anything?" come more popular if all announce- times burning scanty or too frequent

/ nouncing her return to America had especial significance. He felt her "Certainly not," He{ said a trifle ments were broadcast by a robot urination.Try Doan't Pills. Doan's help the'

arrived, glad, too, though he'd presence in the atmosphere of the brusquely. voice. All would sound alike; no kidneys to pas off harmful excess body

watched the mail for weeks, that kitchen and more materially in the "But the expense /of/( taxes and up- peculiar hates would be attached to waste.century They of public have approval.had more Are than recommended half a-

'she had not answered his formal ,! perfume that filled the air with a keep must cut into your mother's voices under general classificationsof by grateful users everywhere.
note of apology and explanation. It fading scent. A light burned in 'the income," she persisted. silly, raucous, nasal, flippant, Ask your neighbortDOAN

had been easier, then, to close a living-room. He would not go in "There's a special fund for the guttural or stomachic., Eliminationof i
t. door in his mind, for reason, dur- there. :He passed the door with his maintenance of,tjhe property." vocal personality cannot be at- SPILLSc

ing long hours of logical if rebel- face averted. And then he heard "But ,that's hardly fair, is it?" tained by transcription but a me.

lious thought, had convinced him her voice calling his name. He she asked impu1 sively.- "That fund chanical voice could do the_ trick.


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told the Sun-News he had no comment ballot were in heavier type than week. deadly poison, so it is necessary to E
Yolusia; County Has to make "until I have further other names. Judge Peacock charged Plans call for a caravan of use great care in handling it. j

Ballots information". the names included those of a Jaycees, accompanied by: a ten-ton These control methods, according :;.1'
Kinds Of
Two
Informed that the difference in slate favored by Whitehair. truck and trailer loaded with citrus to Dr. Tissot, .merely supplementother ;
I type apparently was unavoidable products and community displays to screwworm treatments. Proper ';

DELAND, May 1.- A differencein Gray replied: "If this is true, it leave Orlando on June 16, arriving range management is-highly im- .....:
types used to print the of- should be corrected now while thereis Give Homeless Boys and I in Washington on June 18, the day portant. : ;

ficial ballot for next Tuesday's i still time, and not after election before the four-day: convention
Girls Summer Vacation ..
Democratic primary in Volusia county day." opens.
was necessitated the length of James V. Doyle, deputy clerkof The display will be set up on Hi-'

names.of certain candidates, the commission, said the main floor of the Mayflower Hotel REELEC
the county JACKSONVILLE May 3.-(FNS) T (
said today after examining the and will be in operation on the r \
county officials commission was not advised by I Homeless boys and girls of theChildren's 1
the A feature **
morning of opening day.
the ballot. printers it would be necessary to Home of Floridaare
Society
of the will be "offi ANDKE tfjS **
display an
followed by *
An inspection charges change the type faces. The ballots looking forward to summer' vacation -
vial hostess" who is yet to be named
County Judge Peacock that the were printed before a proof was sub- homes in exchange for chore
names of Francis P. Whitehair, can- mitted, Doyle said. Jack Gurnctt of Winter Haven ,
perform.
and duties they can "
and Wilbur Casey of St. Petersburg .. '.''
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didate for governor, Senate Candi- J, Godrey Dreka t. .. :.
County Manager
Tho children, ranging from 6 to take :
have been to charge .
designated "
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date Macfadden and several candidates said it would be impossible to reprInt : ..: ': :;
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16 years of age, are either orphansor of the caravan and the display.Dr. rp.: f1#'f '
for less important posts were ; ( _; .J J
the ballots and have them : ,.
children neglected, by their pa- :;\
printed In a bolder type than thoseof available for the primary next rents. Their immediate future lies j
other candidates.The Tissot Gives AdviceOn
Tuesday.R. in being taken into homes of good

printing company which pre- E. Horrocks, factory repre- families where they can spend the: Screwworm Control jJ
pared the ballots advised officials sentative of the company installing summer working at pleasant and -J

that it was impossible to get longer voting machines in the county, said profitable jobs to earn money for .
names In the type selected that it the difference in types on the bal- I school and other expenses. The GAINESVILLE. J'LA.When: a n 0. .

was cessary. to use a more con- lots was "not at all unusual." prospect of, spending' the summer in screwworm-infested animal dies, the .',
dense type of the same size. "The is done all the carcass should be burned immedi-
same thing over private homes, away from rou-
Peacock notified Secretary of the country, and in some instancesis tine of the institution, is one of the ately, says Dr. A. N. Tissot, asso- U.S. SENATOR :

State Gray of the differences' and much worse," Horrocks said. high-lights of their lives. I I I ciate entomologist at the Florida DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY MAY 1940 .

asked that he investigate., Gray Names of 23 candidates on theN Both men and women civic group Experiment Station. .1

all the state contribute to the I True screwworms begin their de- (PAID POLITICAL ADVERTISING) .';
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velopment in wounds of live animals .
upkeep of the four homes locatedin /
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:: :: and drives are on all over the stateto velopment after the animals die. :. :
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raise money to feed and clotheI .I
partment of Agriculture workers
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show that some of the more mature :'
buildings of the homes. screwworms leave the carcass, bore ,
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the Jacksonville Children's Home, flies. The less mature larvae in I

has addressed groups in many cities the carcass, where growth con-
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To direct activities of any child who Various methods of killing both
j JUDGE :j jy : should reported or taken to the the larvae in the soil and in the JUSTICE

Home; let more people know about carcass were tried by the Department TO ALL -,
the Home's work which will create workers. One of the most

Y Y. hY more interest and support; securingof effective means is to burn the car-

articles rather than cash; securing cass on top of the ground and
: I am 38. Have lived in Hendry county five t:: money and mailing lists of spread the fire over an area extending Able lawyer,businessman,dtrus grower,
prospective persons who might help at least 3 feet from the world war veteran, Past President State
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:;: years-Consider my CHARACTER, ABILITY ::: the home. carcass' in all directions. Bar.Teacher and experienced exeauive.,
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, ; :: Huge Juice Bar Will Be cass in it. This kills the 'carcass
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_:;:; I am thoroughly qualified for the office. :i: Placed at JC ConventionWinter to burn over the 'area where
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..;.. ::: Citrus Commission, Commis- Tissot. Solium cyanide at the rate :.. Yal:ia ir

+ :::: sioner of Agriculture Nathan Mayo, of 1-4 to 1-2 ounce to the gallonof

... the State Truckers Association, and water, and applied at the rate of
:!: '". .'. ,. :. ,: :: juice processors will assist the Flor- 2 gallons per square yard: kills all

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Give chance Thank .;. arranging for a huge citrus display cass. The cost of the treatment is
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[ Seeks Truth For -v'f:: = ', Lucky Newly-Weds May more cessary appetizing iron In a form.more, certain and I 1940.DATED THIS 24 DAY OF 'APRIL.
t J BY ORDER OF THE BOARDOF
SUPERVISORS OF SUGAR-
: LAND DRAINAGE DISTRICT.
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Its President
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DRAINAGE DIST-
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IS HEREBY GIVEN that
with the provisions of
18287, enacted at the 1937
the Legislature of the State
] and approved by the Gov-
the State of Florida on :May
the Board of Supervisors of
Drainage District, a drain-
I organized and ''existing
laws of Florida, and em-
lands within Hendry and .
has caused to be
a budget of the debt ser-
and of the costs
and operating all of
and Improvements of n
Drainage District and of
the affairs of the Dis-
Iy during the year be-
oh the First day of Novem- -
: and 'ending on the Thirty- .
of October, 1941. Said bud-
other things, shows the
;; of Unit No. 1 Debt Service
1 Maintenance No. 2 Debt Tax Service and Unit Tax, (;; .;....:.. 10,
Tax per acre I \
to be levied upon the lands jl ,1'lO A
: District for the year "' II

budget is now tile and
on 91JB'
: :! examined at the office of :
; of the said. District at
Florida. The Board of '1IfSySt'
I of Sugarland Drainage
will meet at 10 o'clock in
: on the llth. day of
I' I at the office of the Sec- Clewiston Federal
the District In Clewiston.
for the purpose of hearing
and complaints with respect Savings and Loan
budget, and for the pur-
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QUESTIONS OUR COMIC SECTION ,
The dumb blonde on a._ country
ramble entwined her arm witfi that

The cookie cutter will not stick of her boy companion, and gushed,
and gum up ,if dipped in flour before ;"George, you're wonderful!"
cutting the dough. I "Thank you, ,Mary," answered
George slowly. "You're ditto."

ily Old-fashioned be camouflaged iron by beds putting can ease at- D I Events in the Lives of Little Men I D :this.old The Before dumb blonde long they pondered came upon over,

tractive slipcovers over the ends. Jollop, the farmer, who was
r tending his pigs. She took him
aside and said: "Tell me, Mr. Jol
To keep mashed potatoes hot, lop, what does ditto mean?"
place them in a tightly covered 111 Jollop thought for a moment,
kettle set in a pan of hot water 'then said, "You see that pigover
over'. a low heat. there by the fence?"
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Wipe'off parchment lamp shades --=- "Well, then, that other pig next
v -- with a cloth dampened with olive to it. That one is ditto to' tha
oil. It will remove all soil and first one."
will restore the former freshness.

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Embroider Bouquets Mad Hatters .

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fantastic that when a Miss Marion
McKenzie walked down a Hollywood .

boulevard wearing 'a lampshade
adorned with a large rubber
.a band, a shoelace, two artificial

.. z V flowers, a bunch of pipe-cleaners, ;
o yy a banana skin and the chain off a

bath tub plug, no one noticed any
N J thing queer. Hats ,today are so'
crowded with bits and pieces that

C K A '-1-i the most expensive headgear is the
JTHE simplest, as one''very wealthy
woman discovered when she visit.
ed an exclusive establishment.She .
was shown a model without
even a plain ribbon priced at $25.
"Good Heavens," she gasped,
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I hated me.
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until she was old enough to look
Pepsin-ize Stomach! kS out for herself.
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I was faithful to that'promise.
When constipation brings on acid indi- Gladys was beautiful;popular-and
gestion,bloating,dizzy spells,gas,coated in of efforts-wild.And she
tongue,sour taste, and bad breath, your spite my Moved.
the Yet she
envied
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move. So you need both Pepsin to help ByJ. but- *
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position of Jane Kent, or maybe
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sure your laxative also contains Pepsin. you know some one who is. How
Take Dr.CaldjreU's Laxative,because its would you work out this human .
Syrup Pepsin helps you gain that wonderfulstomachcomfortwhiletheLaxative- problem?
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acidity and nausea. This is how pepsin- title "Wild Sister" in June
sting your stomach helps relieve it of such
distress. At the same time this medicine
wakes up lazy nerves and muscles in your Story
bowels to relieve your constipation.So see True
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PAGE FOURTEEN \ THE CLEWISTON 29 l1WS 1'nIDAYMAY 8, 1D40

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"Benefit Card Party Health Unit Office the other negro car. He is said to Both of the1 negroes' killed wereweIlknow.n' and expected to return to work

have made the statement that he ; in 'Moore! Haven and :Monday morning.
Raises $130 For Opened At SchoolMiss saw no other car 'approaching'. and had many friends among (he white .-
had difficulty preventing his car people of the community. Scott
School LibraryThe : : from crashing into the others when : was buried at Ortona Sunday and !
Elizabeth. McCloud, county' the car in front of him suddenly Green on Monday. 1heviw4tegie4n ;
health unit nurse, announced Wednesday reared Into the air '
benefit card party given at that an office had been opened The three injured people were The woman, said to have been BUSINESS
the school auditorium Friday eve- here, in the new high school loaded on trucks as soon as available employed until recently! i in a night
'ni11g ,'added one, hundred, and fifty building, and that she would be in and rushed to the Clewiston club near Moore Haven, gave her
dollars to the. school library fund. this office two days a week, on Hospital. Evers was released the maiden name at the hospital as lS cc
The party was Sponsored by Mrs.J. Tuesdays and Wednesdays to take following day 'as was young Scott. Clara Mae Frappinpino 'of Eaton,
: Ohio. Efforts to contact
membersof
'Vaughn, as: ,librarian and was care of the public health work: in The woman was kept in the hospital GOING
her family there have been
successful. in ,every way. this section of the county. until Wednesday night when un '
Acting as hosts, wero Mr. and Miss McCloud gave a talk here she was sent to Jackson Memorial availing.A DOWN \
'Mrs'. ,R., Y. :Patterson Mr. and Mrs.E. Wednesday to a group of twentysix Hospital in Miami for further report Wednesday was to the
C., Mills, Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Clewiston mothers In 'which she treatment.A effect that Evers had almost entirely HILL
Holstine, BJr. ,and Mrs., H. T. : explained the health unit set-up coroner's jury was empanneled recovered, from his injuries SJlMReC.I
,Vaughn and Mr.. and Mrs A. 0. and staled that the' hook- vo'm by County Judge J. M. Couse to -
Ward. C. E., Miner acted as master: and t. btests have almost been investigate the accident but lack of
of ceremonies, conducting an auc- completed; in the Clewiston schools. I witnesses forced a recess until such .I 111111111111111111111111Inmlllmlllllmlliillllmil111Ii11ll1 I 'I I !'I I I I !I! II 111ffillllIIIIIlllIImllilllllllllmlillllllllllllmmllllllll! it!l Ili! U !I I !!I I II i i i 111mmlllllllllllllIl\mmmllilllillllllIIII\I\IIIII\mlllIlml III! I II II! I! I Ii! I '\!'I!\ i\ I IINN mijllillim! mmmlmllll00\ml I \ {
,tion of two hams and a pretty Dental corrections are now being time as the car occupants were
serving tray. "made, in many cases through' the able to testify. The report has not Elect ,
Prizes were won by Mesdames cooperation of Dr. J. W. Ezelle. ,yet,'''been completed.
t- Joe'Schroeder, M. E. Von Mach, Mrs. J., A. McGehee has been ap- There was every indication that
t R. Y. Creech H. E. Elsberry, i pointed county ':representative in the driver of the white car was en- .. ;':1:: ," -::}
<; Luther Jones E. D. Burdine, 0.c' .
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the state committee of public health tirely to blame for the accident. ':,'." '
i; A. Jones, E..' E. Kelly and MessersOtto I and will serve as chairman ofa The position in which the''cars I ',"
t Larsen, Joe Robbins, C. L., local public health committee. call1e' together and skid marks on

K', 'McLendon, B. E. Herring, R. Y. There are "eighteen' scheduled for the pavement indicated that this car Efficient Efficient
Patterson, W. J. Arey and Dr. membership here and an organization wasp coming down the left side of ,
. Biggers. Cut prizes were also meeting. has been called for the road and the negroes were
I''" awarded in each section. May 10.May forced to ]keep 'upi speed<<; to preventa
t 'The holder of ticket number 56
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: collision on a concrete bridge. It !:I
I :;',' is entitled to ,the cut ,prize, a Day- appeared that Scott in a futile at z:
I '::;', table lamp, which ,has not yet been tempt to escape the collision at-
claimed. If this ticket is not presented tempted to swing his car over to 4/A
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by Monday, May 6th another
the left lane just as Evers tried to
drawing will take place and the ing ruff, and she carried calla lilies. get back on his own side of the Honest > Honesty
lamp awarded to the holder of? the The court approached the throne road.
ticket drawn''at that time. jvhich' had been prepared on a dais Officers found a small whisky

Iced punch was served during decorated with palm fronds and bottle, partly full, on the floor and
; the, games and refreshments of pie tall baskets of spring flowers. The the cap off a rum bottle beside the
4' :" and coffee at the' close of the eve- king, his queen and the fairy sum- front seat of the Chevrolet.

:.: ning. Assisting in serving were moned a group of entertainers for Ginn, about 45 ,years of age, is z./.
Gloria and Betty McDuffie, Betty the pleasure of the court: and, the survived by; a widow and five chil- % b

"' ,Bergs Mary Carlisle: Sue Von Mach, little children. dren, an eighteen-year old son from Qualified Qualified

}. Mauryne, :Prewitt, 'Marilyn Davis and, First were raindrops, a ,groupof Plant City coming here Sunday to y 3' s': dt y-
.',' Ruth Emrich. second grade boys in silver cos- take the body back for burial. The
Others attending the party were, tumes, and. April showers, girls from widow is said to be an inmate of
: :: Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Scullen, Mr.. the second grade in long dresses, the.. state hospital.
': and Mrs. Arthur Greer, Mr., and and carrying shower umbrellas.A .
Mrs.. Luther. Jones, Dr. and" Mrs. rainbow drill, a precision drill
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:, Biggers, Mesdames George Wil- by boys from the 4th, 5th and 6th
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liams, Hayden Williams', H. J. grade, followed and was especially
{j':, 'Stein and J., J. Price, jr. of Belle good. A group of boys and girls Nell 80 JackmanYOUR
..i\:;: Glade, Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Miller, from the first grade were sunflowers -
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'- Mr. and 'Mrs. W. B. Barron, Mr. and gave a :little dance with

,and Mrs. Louis' Gravely*. of, La- flower ,wands. Fifth and sixth COUNTY SUPERINTENDENTOF
:Belle- grade girls were in rose costumes
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: Mr": and Mrs. Fred Morrison, and gave a pretty dance. Fairies Recognized by every acquaintance PUBLIC INSTRUCTIONAnd

'0. A. Jones W1. J. Arey, C. L.i i I and elves from the third grade as honest, aggressive -

McClendon, F.. M. Rodriguez, A. O. 'danced among the flowers as they and fearless and
Ward, .H. ,C. Jones, B. E. Herring.Mesdames' rested. promote a faithful teacher from the
R: N. Smith, W. W. The climax of the entertainment yet fair and liberal.-Lake

Perry: 'Miles Thomas, B. C. Flani- was the winding of the Maypoleby Wales X ews. 1 schoolroom to the Superintendent's office.

ken"J.. F. Curry, G. T. Augur, Mario the from the 4th 5th and
girls ,
Colleja, Carl Berner, G.. H. Small, 6th grade. With the Maypole limill! lImllllWjmlmmlmllllll! I li l IIIIIIIIIIIIIIm! lmlllmlll"lllllIIlIIlllIIiIImilllllllllIlIIlmllmllllililII! hl"li II I !,! lil!! I IIJllllillllllllllllllllllllllllIWIIIIIIIIWIl I !I !il !! I 11111111I illilill"mlllmll"l"I "IV1VhNiIIIflIIINII" {

t Arfe Kingsberry, Virginia Jordan, wound, and an abundance of flowers
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Blanche Turner, Josephine Knight, ready for children who love them, i
J. .P. Higgins, Dean King, C. J. the fairy considered her 'work ,com-
Lovvorn,- W. P. Owens, R. M. pleted and she led the court and' :":"':":'.:":"::N:' :":":':":":IN:NNNNNH:":NN: INN:.":NNNNNI :NN:": :":": :":":":":",:N:"NNNNN:NN:":":":":..:..:..:..:..:NIN:NN:NNNNNN:
Childress, O. F. Schiffli, Van Nelms, the entertainers from the field, with :r"

Y;; R. .1\r?:'Hare, jr.,' Jones Robbins, Foy the two wandering children following 0 R E ; r :;:
Durrence, 'W II .rd Simpson Gideon L happily. "!' 0 ..0 11I: ICI ._.0 ":'
,Brown, W. L, ,Lotf,: Jimmie Wilson, y

Roy Alston, F. R. Maxwell, G. E. Bowling-, -' .. X
Etherton'', Ruth ,B. Owens, \\..., C. :
Prewitt, H. J. Oglesby and A., C. ; TiL
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'Misses Evelyn Bell, Alice Stein- it is hoped that all will be able to ; i.

{, holtz, Mary Markette, Beatrice bowl their matches on the nights ,,, I
Jacobs, Virginia Lawhon, Mae scheduled.The .%t?+ :}y
Palmer, and Ruth Marshall. usual rules for tournament
.Mrs. Vaughn ,wishes to thank play will be followed in these contests -

> merchants of West Palm Beach and three lines being played in !'l,
i Clewiston and all friends who dona each match. 'p k ? 4.ys :::r.S yy., '. .
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ted prizes, refreshments boughttickets Three i} ,. .,..,n rt
i and in other ways contributed Are Killed f r r1c.fSiJy': t: ,} :
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Agnes Thomas, Mrs., I :n%}.r d.;, lv ,::,, :
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Mary Baker ,
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Three are dead, one seriously injured ;,1.; ; ;} ; ? \r; : o/fr (n i i
.Irs. Mary Miyares, Ernest Hall 1 and two are recovering from .. .2
and Miss Ruth Knight, Superintendent I :
superficial injuries received Saturday : ::r.
r' S. A. Graves and school board afternoon '1ldf+k i u tii}:,'':ii(}i: aa:$::
in one! of the.worst i ,' ,, tr
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member, C. E. Miner. I I :} 3tv}'}:>'nn. :.C
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traffic accidents in the history of l. v,
Members of the Junior class, who the county, head-on collision be-I I! : \

were hosts, were Misses Julia Ogles I tween two cars on ,highway 67 i : Ks.;., ,rVr, :
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by, Audrey '}.> ,,
McLaughlin, Flora Lee i about three miles west of Moore t }xq't :at\;; 5. }: ;;C?':ra, ::c..1t
( Haven, Bettye Bailey, June Hooker, Haven.
;: Renee Wethington, Leah Richaud
Rufus Ginn, a WPA worker from
Eloise Marsh, Doris Hodges, Margaret a rural settlement between Plant
2 Von Mach and Bill Davis, Bud City and Mulberry: was apparently to:; ;}
r' Vaughn, Dick Owen and Sam Lang. killed instantly'in
of
one the cars
",; Following the dinner guests at and Ollie Scott, local instantly .
negro was ,
the banquet attended the dance killed in n; ..'}e.e. : ?
the other. Garfield ?
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r F' given in the school auditorium for i' i} ::; N';: ;:.;i.i I }l.';u i41 .t.
the Greene, another negro riding t i ,; .} n f' Ofxkr.:
benefit of the Junior class. ,The In the car with Scott was critically 4''xfn v : ff t
,: auditorium decorated
was
in
the
injured and lived only a short timed >
: .. colors of the Seniors, purple ans
after reaching the hospital. A
woman -
gold, and the f tif\ ; .1:1T1
" Juniors, blue and giving the name of Clara Mae g : :
; white. Music was furnished by McDaniel, a night club worker from
Charlie Rowan's orchestra Yj
fromWest
n Tampa area, sustained a broken
L, Palm Beach.PENTECOSTAL. femur in the right thigh and was j
[ CHURCH badly bruised. The driver of the ,!j ELBERT L. STEWART 4j

l' South Clewisten white car, J. G. Evers of Plant City, t
was badly lacerated and bruised A
Services Every Sunday: but not seriously injured and tho '

.. ,Sunday school at 10:00 a. m. third occupant of the negro car, j YOUR Representative .tE j
Morning ,worship at 11 a. m. Benny Scott, a son of the dead : ,,I

Young Peoples meeting 6: 30 p. driver, escaped with minor injuries. ,:::
m. Rev. M. M. Dudley, director. The trio of whites, the two menin
Evangelistic services' 7:45 p. m. the front seat and the womanin :_;: .y< ". Qualified by Training ; :i:
Tuesday evening service 7:30 p. the back seat was headed toward "
m. Moore Haven in a 1937 Chevrolet ,
Friday evening service 7:30 p. coach and the negroes were headed Proven by Experience ,t

m. west in a Ford coach. Both cars ''
The public is cordiajly invited to were apparently travelling, at high I"':.'' '::'

attend The all Pentecostal services. church 0 will' con speed almost for demolished the! fronts oC both verc :: The Friendly Candidate"PAID :.i.;:

duct baptismal services Sunday: There was believed to have been ,+. ++ )
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afternoon at 3 o'clock in the lake only one witness to the wreck, an- !y ( y

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