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Title: The Clewiston news
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Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: May 17, 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 23 CLEw'ISTOh'LORIDA, FRIDAY, MAY 17, lU-10 SURSCRIITIOX $2.( O PER YEAJC ,


DOUBLE HEADER WIN-I I X-Ray Clinic MondayBy CANVASS OF VOTES Dan and Sam Beardsley i CLASS OF FOURTEEN' S ,]

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State Board HereThe Win Coveted Awards

GIVES LOCAL BOYS LEAVE THREE RACESIN SENIORS RECEIVE '

Hendry county health department James W. Breadsley, a Junior in,
LEAGUE'S 1ST PLACE will conduct a tuberculosis SECOND PRIMARYr the School of Agriculture at the DIPLOMAS
X-Ray clinic at the ,Clewiston University of Florida, has just been TONIGHT'j
Emergency Hospital May 21st at r awarded the Danforth fellowshipfor

Clewiston started the baseball 10 a. m. Dr. A. J. Logie, directorof M. (Bob) Harris has been the state this year The awardis Commencement exercises for the I
a first place in the the tuberculosis bureau of the forced into the run-off: election May made on the basis of scholarshipand 14 graduates of the Clewiston High J
season by seizing state board of health will be in leadership in college activities,
28 as the result of, the canvassing School will conclude with the gra-
newly-organized Coast-'Glades leagueby charge and M. Moorehouse, tech- board's official count which shows and is given annually by William duation exercises in the auditorium )j
virtue of winning both games ofa nician, will make the X-Rays. Dr. him lacking two votes to pull a I. Danforth, chairman of the board of tonight. W. 'F. Therkildson will ,

double-header, played against C. W. Pease and Miss Elizabeth majority over his two opponents in directors of Purina Mills, to one 'deliver the graduation addrcse.'

Canal Point at Azucar Sunday after- McCloud director and nurse of the race for county judge, Selden L Junior agriculture student in some Dick Patterson, whose scholastic 1 1I
the county health unit, will assist Stewart and Louis O. Gravely. thirty outstanding universities I average through the four years or' ,AI

noon. with the clinic. Harris, officially, is credited with through the nation. I high school was highest of any' .: :
The first was slug-fest which This clinic is for the benefit of polling 877 votes, Stewart, runnerup The fellowship provides a five- member of the class, was selected ':

ended in a 20 to 5 victory for the the tubercular contacts and suspects, 448 and Graves 430, accord- weeks summer trip for each winner, as valedictorian, and J. D, Hooker, ':
Clewiston team. The second, ink and also for the 80 positive tests ing to figures released 'by the can- two weeks to be spent 'in St. Louisat with the next highest average, was / 'i

recently obtained in' the tuberculintests vassing board, which includes the industrial plants of manu- named salutatorian. S ',:
direct contrast, was a pitcher'sduel
made on 178 school childen.All absentee ballots tallied in the count. facturers associated with agricultur- Much interest centers on tl1c. j
Clewiston's pitcher, Everett al products. The following two are '
those who had positive reportson The unofficial count last week various awards made at commenc-
Forbes, winning out by pitching these tests and pupils from the gave the candidates the following spent by the group in a summer ment. This year Dick Patterson .

a no-hit, no-run game which endedin 7th through the 12th grades in totals: Harris 874, Stewart\ 442 and recreation camp in Northern Michi- receives the }medal for scholarship .:

a ,3 to 0 victory for Clewiston, the Clewiston High School are requested Gravely 425. This showed Harris gan.Dan and the medal for activities. He :
and brought the team's total to by the county nurse to the winner by 7 votes with no run- Beardsley, a younger brotherof also receives the Reader's Digest
Jim, who is a senior at the
be at the hospital at 10 Tuesday off necessary. annual award for scholastic achieve-
two wins, no defeats.In (Continued on Page 5)
morning. Elbert L. Stewart, incumbent, ment, given by that magazine ea;h
the first game Clewiston high man in the race for repres- year to students, throughout the '
batters got 15 hits to 11 for the Promotion Program tative, gained four votes by' the Local Girl Chosen country who, by successful records i

Canal Point boys. The hitting official count, polling 761, Davidson in school work, give promise of

q, features of' this game were triples, Elementary Grades the runner-up, gained two Baby Show QueenPatricia attaining, leadership in their com-
to make 492, with McCormick defeated mun ies. The medal for athletics
one by Avant, Clewiston pitcher, the
at 439. goes to J. B. Brantley.
other by C. Roberts, Clewiston out- Promotion exercises for the ele- Higgins. two and one-
William T. Hull, incumbent, gain- This year Father Lawrence J
fielder. Both times the bases were mentary grade school were held ed two points through the official half years, of Clewiston, and Jerry Flynn, pastor of St. Margaret's
loaded and the runs piled up for this afternoon in the new high count over his opponent. Charlie Jones, five ,years, of Felda, were Catholic church. offered cash prizesin
the Clewiston team. Bell, Clewiston auditorium and sixteen I crowned and of
school. Queen King Hendry
Miner in the race for Clerk of the an essay contest on the topic:
outfielder, got three hits for three pupils of the sixth grade received circuit court, making him the win- County Babyland at a coronation' "Why I Am Proud to Be an American" -
times at bat. certificates of promotion from their climaxing a baby contest sponsoredby
ner by 11 votes as against the unofficial Tonight Father Flynn awards '
In the second game, which teacher, Mrs. Livonia Holstine, and nine. Hull has 865, Miner the LaBelle Womans Club.:. the first prize of $15.00 ;j
was a 7-inning affair, Everett For- will enter, junior high school next 854. Children from LaBelle, Felda, and H. Leiter and the second )

bes, Clewiston pitcher, achieved Clewiston were entered in the con $10.00 to Dick Owen.
year.Those R. N. Miller, high man in the ,run- "
by pitching a test, and were Judged on beauty, .:
pitcher's goal
every promoted were James
off for tax collector gained six votes I Mr. Turk is also
*w no-hit no-run game, striking out Cooley, James Elkins, Billy Prewitt, personality and physique. This
by the official 'canvas to raise his special awards in the
12 and walking 2. Curtiss Pullen, David Thomas, rating counted fifty per cent and
total to 761 as against Mrs. Homer spirational books: "I
This game was a pitcher's duel, Bobby Topper, Jean Augur, Ouida Taylor's 619, showing a one point the number of tickets sold for each by William Danforth, to
Johnson child counted fifty per cent in' the
as Chock, Canal Point pitcher also Mayme Johnson, Nora gain. G. R. Hatch, third In the 1 : Graham and Louis LeiterI
Oglesby, Wanda Jean Shelfer, Doris contest for king and queen. i
of him- held 285 thes loser.
gave a splendid account race, and was I! Basketball letters were
Simmons, Betty Stough, Wilma Jean The coronation ceremonies! were I|I
self, allowing only 1 hit, strikingout
B. E. Herring is officially credited Mary Johnson, June
held Friday evening at the LaBelle
Tingle, Mamie Trice, Joan Walker.
11 men and walking three. His with 601, Dr. C. Weaver, run- 'Club house, when children in ,the I Springer, Margaret Von \ :
downfall occurred in the 4th inning The address was made by Rev. er-up, 526, S. A. Graves, incum- various were presented Lee Haven, Barbara
when Carlton tripled for the only H. G. McLeroy, pastor of the First H': age group
bent, 515 and Nell Jackman prior to the crowning of. the king Louise Roath, Edna'
hit of the game ,with two "mates onbases. Baptist Church., Marianne Jones 223, ''in the race for'-count)' super-. and queen rs"k'c'-. ..,. ,' Marsh, Gloria McDuffio : ,
Clewiston scored anotherContinued gave the student welcome., The intendent.Hollingsworth's. The' beauty, personality and I Hollingsworth' ':A.: ,D c : .: l",, .-:' -N"
( on Page' 10) sixth grade sang "Home GoingSong"
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Ed Von
Brantley,
physique of thechildren I
ratings
and the, fifth. grade respondedwith (Continued on Page
510 Is entered, as given by a group of
"Auld Lang Syne".
Harlem Academy Gives judges from Fort. Myers and Moore
Certificates of perfect attendancewere High In TournamentJ. Haven are.Josephine. Rev. Schaaf
Five Jr. given to the following pupils:
High DiplomasHarlem Thompson, 90; Loraine
1st grade: Mary Ann Emrich, Dunaway, 86; Easton Burchard, Baccalaureate

Lawrence Tingle. Hollingsworth made the high '100 ; Lorae Small, 75 ; Rose Dun-
Acedemy, colored junior 2nd grade: Willie Mae Bethea, est score in the present bowling away, 75; Joann Grainger, 70;
high school of Clewiston 'graduatedfour Norwood Norton, Volney Robbins.3rd handicap tournament this week witha Irene Townsend, 65; Billy Warren, "Life's Supreme
boys and one girl in the class grade: Nadine Andrews, Fred 510. Hollingsworth was playing 100; Sandra Jones, 87; Lynn the 'theme chosen for the
of 1940 in exercises held in the Young, Eugene Bledsoe. Weaver in the third bracket. I Maney,. 70; Gary Heath, 99 ; Martha reate sermon delived to
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school building last night. A large 4th grade: Betty, Lou Emrich, The tournament is moving alongat Thompson, 97; Joann Smith, 73; ating class of the
number of white friends of the Harold Broederick, Marcia Norton, school by the Rev. Nevin
a fast pace and many good Peggy Burchard, 70; Pet Wamble,
school attended several' of the exercises Katherine Dyess. scores have been turned in. 90; Patricia Higgins, 91 ; David pastor of the Coral

this week. 5th grade: Ruth Emrich, Gene Hollingsworth with 440 won over Maney, 95; Bernard Lancaster, '85; Presbyterian Church. The

A. A. Thomas, principal, Viola Mills, June Espenlaub, Sally Gra- Holstine's 418 in the first bracket; Geraldine Burchard, 85; Connie Ann the question asked of 10)f
Shipman Thomas and Naomi Cornellare I ham, James Norton, Grace W .rd. his second bracket score was 484 Davis, 90; Shari Land, 95; .LindyYpomahs the trial preceding the
the three teachers in charge of 6th grade: Mamie Johnson, Wilma against' E. Hall 389. Couse with 85; Rhey Burchard, 100; Christ: "What shall I

this school, who arranged the exercises Jean Tingle, Curtis Pullen. I 432 won over ,Wilcox, 389. Tippy, Joyce Lancaster, 85; Gertrude with Jesus that is,
and trained the childrenin Certificates of perfect attendance 410 won from Lawrence, 399. Reckwerdt, 87; Clare Jones, 100; Christ?"

their parts. mean that the pupils receiving I Hanes 411, won over Kinsey, 391. Jerry Jones, 90; Robert Burchard, This is the question,
The graduates are Marion Jeff them have been neither absent or Markette 452 won over Parkinson, 99 ; D. G. Small, 80; Sonny Smith, Schaaf, that faces every
Matlock, Ernest Boyd Cunningham, tardy during the entire school year. 370. Ezelle 469, won over Craw- 85; Caroline Powell, 95, and James once having faced the'
Andrew Joe Taylor, Dozell Arthur Pupils were dismissed from their fard, 376. These first bracket posi- Harris, 99. life must answer: it in
Varner and LeRoy Elliott Williams.The classes at noon Thursday, and requested tions were played the first of the Floyd and Lloyd Grainger were All through school days,
exercises began Sunday I to return at one o'clock week, and since' then many games the only twins entered in the con- are constantly faced with
afternoon with the baccalaureate : today for their final report cards have been played in the second I test and were not rated. but none compare with
sermon by Rev. H. J. Benson. and promotion cards. The exercisesin bracket: i The Womans Club cleared I question, which is the

On Monday evening the childrenof the auditorium this afternoonwill Benson, 388 lost to Ezelle,409.1 $141.69 on the baby contest, and I human experience. It is
the primary department presentedan divide the program so that to- Curry 394 lost to Couse, 436. this sum will be' used for making I question and a dangerous

operetta, the Wedding of the. night's graduation exercises will not Vorhees, 458 lost to Stone, 482. repairs to the clubhouse.Harrington I that upon its answer
Flowers. Wednesday evening the be unduly long. Slonaker, 390, lost to Ward 433. : value of the life to its
pupils of the Junior High grades Small, 365 lost to Ed Von Mach : Has Two The answer may entail

gave a three act play, "For Moneyor Stock Sale At LaBelle 389. Schroeder, 463, lost to Bell, fices, pointed out Rev.
Love". 471. Hanes, 442, lost to Tippy, 448. Black Wild Cat HidesA. illustrated with the life
The school's annual exhibit of Nets Producers $3,50 Nail, 414 lost to Hager 420. \\ ilfl ed Grenfell, noted
sewing, arts and craft was on display Martin, 427, lost to George 454, ministered to the people
a each evening after the plays. -'--- and Boone with 407, lost to Lee A. Harringto-s;; in possessionof Labrador.Rev. .

Graduation exercises were held Market Manager J. Jackman 430. a pair of what he considers to Schaaf urged the
last night in the new Townsite drew the $25 prize offered by the be the rarest hides known in this to realize that their

auditorium. Ernest Hall, science Hendry County Chamber of Com- J. W. FRANCISJ. section, black wild cat. The furno't world depended not
instructor of Clewiston High School, merce as the owner of the steer that hair-is an' inch long, a very grades which they have
delivered the address and H. C. brought the highest price per hun- dark brown, shading to black at the may make in their

Kolstad, school trustee, presentedthe dred pounds on the auction on the W. Francis St. Paul, Minn center, and sparsely dotted with the degree to which
diplomas. auction block at the sale Wednes- father of Mrs. Horace A. Bestor of white hairs. The cat spots are full and satisfying
day afternoon at the LaBelle State Clewiston and J. W. Francis, jr. dimly visible when the skin is heldat question: "What shall I
. THEKKILDSOX ADDRESSES Livestock Market. The steer brought of Canal Point, died suddenly at an angle. (Continued on page
GRADUATING CLASS OF '40 $6. per hundred.In his home in St. Paul yesterday. A The male hide measures 4f! inches
r. all, 183 head of cattle were message of his death was receivedby from nose to tail and the femalesix
S\'. F. Therkildson, AllFlorida sold bringing $3,050.00. Buyers Mrs. Bestor, who left by plane inches shorter. The male was HUX.OFP IX JUDGE'SRACE OX MAY 2S'fll'Relying
page editor of the Miami Herald, represented Swift & Co., of Ocala, from Wtest Palm Beach late yester- captured first, by the Marcum
will address the graduating class of The Hendry Packing Company of day afternoon.Mr. brothers, trappers, back in Februaryin
the Clewiston High School in excises Tampa and Jones Chambliss of and Mrs.' Judson Francis, jr. the Everglades in a southwesterly on unofficial returns
at the auditorium tonight. Jacksonville. Besides, six horses I and their baby, were en route to direction between Belle 'Glade from the May 7 primary, the News
last week published R. B. (Bob)
John I. Leonard, superintendentof found buyers bringing in $365. St. Paul for a visit and were expected and Clewiston. The animal was
Harris winner in the county judge'srace
public Instruction for Palm Preceding the auction a group of I to arrive there last night. killed and the hide dried.
Beach county, who was scheduled cowboys and cowgirls rode in Mr. and Mrs. Francis visited their The female was caught in a trapa by a margin of seven votes. '
to deliver the address, cancelled the parade through LaBelle competing daughter here on several occasions, short time later, and an effort The official count since submitted ,
engagement due to illness. for prizes offered for the best dressed spending the winter here last year. was made to keep her alive. She by the canvassing board shows
outfit in each in home made Harris will be in the runoIl"elec.-
class. The men Mr. Francis' genial personality was placed a cage
SUMMER SCHOOL appeared in trim khaki uniforms or endeared him to a host of Clewis- and lived a month after being taken tion May: 28 by a scant two votes.
in gay red, yellow or green satin ton friends who learn with sorrowof captive. His tally is 877 votes and the ,
All students, or parents of students shirts, ten gallon hots, polished his passing.W. Neither they, nor the Seminole runner-up, Selden L. Stewart, poll-,
who wish summer school boots and saddles and with Indians who saw the animals, nor ed second high, 448. Louis O.
work to be arranged are requestedto thorough groomed mounts. The H. Watson, representing a old timers had ever seen a black Gravely, third man in the con-
see Principal R. W Turk next women were in slacks or riding Louisville, Ky., wholesale house wild cat in south Florida befpre, test', was eliminated, his count being
week (Continued on Page 10) was a Clewiston! visitor yesterday Harrington said. Jaw at 430.




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-I I Penguins Like PeaceWe

Science Finds Civilian Hazards
all know that penguins can't
I but few people are aware that
Are Great as Those of Soldier penguins, who can swim al

as soon as they are born,
I pebbles''with them as ballast.If .
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BE EN Comparing U. S. civilian hazards with : penguins are disturbed they
those of warring Europe, you'd G' ,4 promptly desert their nesting

be surprised how danger- ., : ......, '..."......:,:::: ,/.>:,. A few years ago this
UP DYNAMITE proved when fishermen at
ous our lives really .
PARADE island, off the southwest
; WASHINGTON.-When cocky ex- are. / of Africa, caught penguins
;.':. champagne salesman Joachim von used them as bait. The sur-
: Ribbentrop summoned diplomatsand J birds left the island and

the press to a gala presentation ( never returned, so the profit-
-. of the Nazi white paper the other trade in penguin eggs and
day, it may have been that he was was finished on Marcus. On

. chiefly concerned with covering up another island near by,
)' some dynamite which the allies had than half a million eggs and
'
'. discovered. quantities of guano are
L At that meeting Ribbentrop every season.
: claimed that Germany went into :
",.. [Norway because secret allied plans
to penetrate Scandinavia first had'

J"" been discovered. But the real truth, jr

t." was as reported very different.to official sources here, ;; CLASSIFIEDDEPARTMENT

r\ What actually happened was that

; six or seven days before the inva A
: sion of Norway, French and British
intelligence services got wind of a

German plan to launch a, whirlwindwar CLOTHING BARGAINS
about midMay.This lOc COATS 40c, SHOES 25c.
lOc, PANTS 45c SUITS 295.
lightning war was to include for FREE BARGAIN SHEET, DIXIE
the inva- *-N-=--j:* ORDER, Dept. X, Station B. N.Y.C.
the invasion of Norway; I
'' sion of Holland;. the occupation of According to Northwestern ,
Greece by Mussolini; and an attackon National Life Insurance BABY CHICKS
the Maginot line. Apparently the
statistics the above"jaywalker"
company CHICKS(Mixed Heavies)No
strategy was hatched at the famous !No Culls! We guarantee 90
is in much $3
;: Hitler-Mussolini conference at the as Dellveryl We pay postage. per 100
CHICK CO.,St.Louis,Mo.
danger as Finnish air p'tpild
Brenner pass, and was calculated W"- Mx/tSr y :
: to sweep the allies off their feet. raid victims. ;( ." +

.,' WELDING OUTFITS
Find Nazi Tieup. :c:

Naturally when allied intelligence .
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OUTFITS $S27.73 ELECTRIC
';' agents'learned' of this, the first.thing $59.62.. Superior Oxy-Acetylene,
:, the British did was check into the Order Dept., HAMILTON. OHIO.
'' situation in Norway. There, thanks
to'' British prodding, the Norwegian
Week Names
L''" government (which is a labor gov- Days'

k 'emment) uncovered certain high-
fr
placed officers who were sympathetic 71J Names of the days of. the week
to the Nazis, in some cases ready derived from Saxon idolatry.
Ifc' to go over to them. seven of their. various
f So Norway started to clean house. more particularly'' than all

Naturally when the pro-Nazi Nor- rest, the Saxons dedicated the

wegians were fired, tipped off the of the week to them, namely:
Germans to the fact that the allies Sun, the Moon, Tuisco (sire

were in on their plot. So they start- ;, ". ... l. v.. J ry Germans as well as Saxons),
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f ed into Norway almost immediately.There 7'.,'<"," Lady at left (father of gods and god, of
is no question that before *'*"- v t3 V-mtt dry-cleaning with ), Thor (eldest son of Woden),
+. the Norwegian government had time '4 a (wife of Woden and mother

, '. to oust many of the, inside plotters, v. / benzine, naphtha or gasoline gods), and Saeter (the Roman
: the British had prepared maps of has twice as risky a job as student turnus.-Pathfinder.
:
!t Norway and had figured on the posI pilots in army and navy

; sibility of military operations there. training schools.
.
I Some of the more forceful in the 0 yYi iJD, /.' 2:11.'T INDIGESTION
: Chamberlain cabinet even wanted
: to do what Ribbentrop accused them may affect the Heart
P.,, Gas trapped in the stomach or gullet may act tike a
f.' of planning-going into Norway first. men and on the women heart.depend At the on first Bell-ana sign of Tablets distress to
R< But Chamberlain and a majority off gas tree. No laxative but made of the fastest-
If the
!:!'medicines known for aCId indigestion.
f: the cabinet were against it. DOSE doesn't prove Bell-ans better return
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h < to us and receive DOUBLE Money Back.25c.
r This was about all the truth there
,i"" was to the Ribbentrop white paper.
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A Joyous'Day

',' ROOSEVELT DELEGATES A world without a Sabbath,
.- Several weeks before fast-working
be like a man without a.
Gov. Ed Rivers of : :
i' Georgia had officially like a summer without flow-
:
W'. lined up Georgia's delegates and like a homestead without
t" for a third term, he made a trip to z : garden. It is the joyous day of

(. Washington and reported to Roosevelt whole week.-H. W. Beecher.

r. that unofficially he had the F # ,., ., ) A
''.' Georgia Democrats in line. 4
' "I've followed your instructions, WHY SUFFER Functional I '
: Mr. "
President, reported Rivers,
t.. "and I've got all the Georgia dele- FEMALECOMPLAIINTS
.
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gates bagged for your man at the
.' convention. But you know how cats
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. are when you get 'em in a bag. ? 4''i:'
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Yr
: They're a-scratchin' and a-clawin',
lydia E.Pinkham's Vegetable CompoundHas
and I don't know when they're going Helped Thousands I
t.. to get out." Few women today do not have some sign of
l( "That's fine, Ed," replied the functional trouble. Maybe you've noticed
YOURSELF getting restless,moody,nervous I
:' President, "just keep hold of that depressed lately-yourworktoormichforyouThen i
> bag." "'<'' W.7n;' try Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
Compound to help quiet unstrung nerves ..,'
!. However, the governor of Georgiawas Above is jolly among the ; relieve monthly pain (cramps, backache,
not as enthusiastic as the'Pres a party headache) and weak dizzy fainting spells
boys and girls. There'are no due to functional disorders. For over 60
ident. Doubtless, also, he was in- years Pinkham's Compound has helped hun-
terested in pinning him down on drunks, but everyone is a little bit dreds of thousands of weak rundown ner-
the third term. He said: "high." It is estimated that under vous women. Try ill

"Well, I can hold 'em all right, such conditions the driver's reactions .
Mr. President, if I'm holding them are slowed approximately I Bad Associates

for you. But if I'm holding them 50 per cent, which means that the Debts and lies are generally
for someone else, then they want to together.-Rabelais.
will travel
car five to forty feet far-
i know about it
, so they can. each get 1
their cream." ther before he acts in an emer- % y.

"I'll let you know when the time gency. On this basis, the North- Fast help when:
comes, Ed," replied the President. western National study figures the MUSCULAR misery aches in

"Meanwhile, you just hold on to driver and his passengers are under A C H E S muscles.Quick.Rub

that bag." the same risk as if they were trav- PENETRO
Note-The above conversation is
eling on a contraband freighter.
particularly
significant because it
represents the attitude of almost every A- y +r 'V4' .. Eels and Hares

Democratic state boss, including One cannot hunt eels and hares

Mayor Hague, of Jersey City and the same time.
Mayor Kelly of Chicago. They are
for a third term for Roosevelt, but r
SHAVING COMFORT PLUS SAVING USE
they don't guarantee to transfer OR
their delegates to Roosevelt's fair- Kent t Blades Finesouai. EDGE Stes1 1oC

haired boy-especially if he is a
New Dealer.
7 20-40 JWHEN
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JIM FARLEYJim
G /r ti; D
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Farley used to be one of the : \ ,.y './, ro4pr

bitter targets for left-wing New l )

Dealers.But today: it ,is just the opposite. with backache ?

Listen, for instance, to SEC Com-
missioner Leon Henderson, generally r kidneys function badly and;!
considered a left-winger. suffer a nagging backache,] !>.
"Over at the Mayflower the other with dizziness, burning, scanty or too,
day," says Leon, "the newsmen ; frequent urination 'and getting up at
were taking pictures. Jim Farley I night; when you feel tired, nervous,,'
and I all upset. use Doan's Pills.Doan's ,
were there and
they got a are especially for poorly,
picture of us together. Somebody working kidneys. Millions of boxes''

from the sidelines started kiddingme When the driver's and chances are used every year. They are recom-.
about being going through a stop sign, passengers'
a candidate. So I mended the country over. Ask your
turned to Jim and said, 'Let's join of death are only 20 per cent less than those of British sailors serving neighbor. !
forces, Jim/ in the North sea war zone. And the chance of death is four times as A

"And he said, 0. K., Leon, which great as that of student pilots being trained by the U. S. army. The DOAN SPILLSCOVERING
end of the ticket do you want?' hazard to waylaid pedestrians is equally'alarming, the study shows. 0
Jim Farley is a darn good man."




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THE CHEERFUL CHERUB llouseho1d.News ASK ME ) A Quiz With' :: ;

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Offering Information .;I

4 A Nfcvzjo blanket I AINOTH'_ _. on Various Subjects I ,'.J

happily own.I '

spread It out Flat The Questions I The Answers


in my room 1. Who designed the Stars and 1. Francis 'Hopkinson, a signerof
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And b the in its Stripes? the Declaration of Independence ;
2. Is propaganda spread among designed the Stars and
glorious colors until the enemy a new idea? Stripes. y''

My soul simply bursts 3. What salary did George 2. In old-time wars, messageswere
Washington receive during his written on paper and tied to
,into bloom terms as President? arrows to be shot to the enemy. '
f\1i.CANi9WNU 4. At what degree of latitude is 3. Washington received no sal- ;

I the equator? .ary during his terms as President
5. How many gallons of fresh 4. Zero. 3:
; pakr.'i water must a large liner carry in 5. Large liners require more +

crossing the Atlantic? than a million gallons of fresh wa

6. Is a peruke worn on the head, ter, for one trip across. -

Service.Strange neck or foot? 6. Head (it's a wig).

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An age-old, open-air Greek theater -

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proves that the ancient Greeks > .itih' ar d

possessed an unusual mastery of '
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:
its open and ,uncovered stage is .
easily heard in one of its J .
every k kc...S. ...
NEW AND DIFFERENTSee
12,000 seats. ,

( Recipes Below) :

C. Since 1710, St. Anthony has .
. been on the pay roll of the Brazil- New Recipes for Your File Serve with whipped cream or with .:'I'

ian army in recognition of his in- hard sauce. ;

tercession in a successful battle "Something old and somethingnew" Baked Shoulder Steak With Apricotsand ;

fit with the French.: First he was is just as important in menusas Mushrooms. SWITCH

created a captain and, later, pro- it is in a bride's costume. (Serves 6)) //CORi .
moted to the rank "of lieutenant
It's a good idea when you plano 1% inch slice shoulder of beef { ,
colonel his being given to the '
church, monthly pay during these 230 ; experiment with something entirely (about 4 pounds) TO, SOMETHING. / ),

new, to in- ....., 4 tablespoons flour
:years. clude in that 2 teaspoons salt

.. meal one dish -i 13- % teaspoon curry powder YOU'LL LIKE tt tttt'j .
Although the gravel in the I
you know the % cup tomato pulp ,,
Snake river in Idaho is estimatedto family is really 1 small 4-oz. can button mushrooms F :,oft
contain about AglGlkq
$2,000,000.000 keen about. For or, f
worth of gold, much of the metalis instance, if the %.pound fresh mushrooms, cut .,, -

in such minute particles, knownas dessert is, something ,b m in quarters .\ .o..otre
"flour that few of the hun- --
,
very new 1 tablespoon butter --- y)
.", dreds of machines made to 'recover and different, be 12 halves'canned apricots, pr nCopr.1940byKellogg ,, .
'1IJ.\ it have been satisfactory.Some sure that the (about half of a No. 2% can) Company r krY S?: 'a.i

of these particles are r so main dish of your meal is one that's .iA' J
Wipe meat, with damp cloth and '
' small that it would take millionsof familiar and wellliked.And .
sprinkle with, mixture of flour, salt .'
.. them to equal one cent in value.
-Collier's. it's an excellent idea, when and curry powder. Brown one side
most of a meal is composed of family in .a well-greased frying pan and ;
Immortal Zeal First
favorites, to include one new brown side in a 2-quart Thoughts
place up Memories images and precious Rather have zeal without knowl-
dish for a touch of variety. It maybe glass casserole. Sift remaining flour ,
houghts that shall not dieand edge than knowledge without zeal.
Constipation Relief a cut of meat that you haven'tused mixture over the top of the meat.
before, prepared in an unusual annot be destEo Wadsworth. -Moody.
Spread the top ,of ,the meat with
That,AlsoPepsinizes manner; or perhaps, it will be a tomato pulp. Cover the dish. Bakein

vegetable that's\new and strange to a moderate oven, allowing about -
StomachWhen you; or it might be just an out-of- 30 minutes to each pound. Slightly r
you CAN THAT'
constipation brings on acid indi- the-ordinary conserve or relish to brown mushrooms in butter over

gestion bloating,dizzy spells gas,coated supplement last summer's 'supply, low heat. Place on top of roast TELL CAMELCIGARETTES SLOWER WAY'
tongue, sour taste, and bad breath, your which, by this time is probably run- when -it is removed from the oven.

., stomach tainundigestedfoodandyourbowelsdon'tmove. is probably loaded up with cer- ning very low. Garnish with canned apricots and ; OF BURNING

So you need both Pepsin to help You'll find, here, an assortment of serve from the baking dish, which
break up fast that rich undigested food in- recipes for foods that are unusual keeps the meat. hot throughout the ARE SLOWER- MEANS EXTRA .
your stomach,and Laxative Senna to pull and delicious. There's a new way meal. j
the trigger bowels. So
on those'lazy be
sure your laxative also contains Pepsin. of preparing shoulder of beefinone Pork Chop Treat. ern'' tt BURNING. > SMOKING TOO.
Take Dr.Caldwell's Laxative,because its of those easy casserole dishes Place seasoned pork chops, 1 inch RyY ; ,

Syrup Pepsin helps you gain that wonderful you like to serve, where you don't thick, at one end of a large roasting r( THEY'RE % ? g CAMELS ARE } ?44'
stomach
comfort while
the Laxative
b want to spend too much time in the
In the center moundof
Senna moves your bowels.Tests prove the pan. place a '
power of Pepsin to dissolve those lumps of kitchen; serve the Baked Shoulder good bread dressing seasoned MILDER AND % THE BEST
undigested protein food which may linger Steak with baked or scalloped pota- with sage or poultry seasoning. At
in your stomach,to cause belching gastric toes buttered beans and rhu-
green the other end thinly sliced
acidity and nausea. This is how pepsin- put po- % COOLER BUY
izing your stomach helps relieve it of such barb pie, and watch your family tatoes and thinlYsliced onions, sea- 4rr. .... J'nK4
distress. At the same time this medicine beam! soned with salt and pepper. Dot .l,. i rv s :$'.t.''.{i .
bowels wakes up lazy nerves and muscles in your "Pork chop treat" served with a with butter. Bake for 15 minutesin sj.p $: %
to relieve your constipation.So
how much better you feel by taking the see crisp, chilled salad of lettuce, ap- a hot oven ((450 degrees) and then i..+:.:
laxative that also puts Pepsin to work on ples, and dates, needs only a beverage reduce heat to a moderate oven +:b) ,: .,{{;!yy.f..aCfi

that stomach discomfort too. Even fin- bread and a favorite dessert (350 degrees) and bake about 45 }'. : &{\.:/a; .: ..;{ :*; ,b:
icky children love to taste this pleasant ; };,, "4'
I to make a completely satisfying minutes longer. w <
family laxative.
Dr.
Buy Caldwell's Laxative }{ .
-Senna with Syrup Pepsin at youc I meal; and if you want to please the Rhubarb Conserve. cy cQ / }{;,}_:.:r1 yM : br i t ,fj'y f.. {Y}; ,. .}\ r };c h .. ry}
.r
druggist today! man of the family in any kind of (Makes 12 glasses) / {
-
weather, serve "pork chops delicious" .
to 1% quarts ,rhubarb (diced)
with cheese biscuits, a sim-
True Work Sacred 8
cups sugar
ple green salad, lemon meringuepie
All true work is sacred; in all and coffee. % cup seeded raisins

true work, were it ,but true hand- % cup cold water
labor, there is something of divineness Pork I Chops Delicious. % cup orange juice

.-Carlyle. (Serves 4) % cup orange rind (ground) In recent laboratory tests,
-
5 pork chops (rib or loin) 1 ,cup pecans (cut fine);, CAMELS burned 25%slower
2 medium size onions Place rhubarb, 'sugar, raisins, wa- SCIENTIFIC tests have confirmed than the average of the 15
ENJOY, 6 BLESSINGS FOR % cup rice (uncooked) ter and orange juice in kettle. Remove tell just by smokingCamels other of the largest-selling

,1 teaspoon salt white membrane that they are slower-burning. brands tested-slower than

RHEUMATIC PAIN % teaspoon pepper from the You'll find Camels free from the exany'of them. That means,

1 cup hot water orange peel, and cess heat and irritating qualities of on the average, a smoking
1. Helps tp Are rheumatic pain, 1 cup tomato puree put peel throughthe too-fast burning...extra mild and explus equal toEXTRA
lessen pain muscular achesor rheumatic 1 green pepper (minced) food chopper, t\
tra cootYou'Il find a full,rich flavor
&, 2. Reduce fever "clogging 1 clove garlic (grated) using the fine SMOKESthaton1yCamel'sm
-
tch1essb endand
fever your works?" Thousands Brown chops and on each chop blade. Add to 5 PER PACK!
3. Works who suffer these conserve, and ':'i: slower way of burning can give.And -

on "muscle miseries have been tablespoon bring mixture to CJ on top of the extra pleasure you'll

aches" helped by Prescription (uncooked). Sea- a boil. Boil gentlyfor find Camels also give extra smokingsee
4. Comforts C-2223. Helps lessen J 20 minutes. Add nut meats and .
)
pain by quick, soothing ( son with salt and ( right Cie ;
5. Eases relieving action. pepper. Add wa- cook 5 minutes longer. Pour into

"mind against Sold by druggists on a ter, cover and sterilized glasses and seal. FOR EXTRA MILDNESS, 1

pam strain" money-back guarantee steam for % EXTRA COOLNESS, EXTRA FLAVOR

6.Guaranteed -Coc; $r._Try Czzz3.BEACONS hour. Then top Have You Ordered Your Copy of i

with tomato puree 'Household Hints'?
mixed with
. Eleanor Howe's booklet "House-
the green pepper hold Hints" is one you can't afford
of and garlic. Return to steamer and ,
to be without-especially now that
cook until rice is tender (about 30 aRErrtg
house cleaning time is here. It's a }
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minutes longer). I SLOW-BURNING COSTLIER TOBACCOSNEWSPAPER
SAFETY handy reference book that suppliesthe
Cherry Roll. answers to so many puzzling
.Lithe a beacon light on Biscuit dough (2 cups flour recipe) questions-how to renew worn linoleum -

height-the advertisements 1 No. 2 can cherries ; what to do to keep wool from
in V cup light brown sugar shrinking when it's washed; how to
newspapers direct % teaspoon ground cinnamon remove stains from porcelain sinks ADVERTISINGThe

you to newer, better and 1 teaspoon lemon' rind (grated) and tubs; and how 'to clean rugs

easier ways of providingthe Roll baking powder biscuit dough with dry soap suds. You'll find hintson advertisements you find in your newspaper bring
things needed or % inch thick. Drain cherries. Cover cooking and sewing, too-over
desired. It shines, this dough with cherries and sprinkle 300 practical tested household hints you important news. News in regard to quality and

beacon of newspaper with brown sugar and cinnamon. -for.10 cents! To get your copy of prices. Just as the "ads" bring you news on how to buy
advertising-and it will be Roll like a jelly roll and place in this booklet now,. send 10 cents in
to buttered loaf baking pan. Bake approximately coin to "Household Hints," care Eleanor advantageously. so do the "ads" offer the merchantthe
your advantage to follow 30 minutes in a'moderately : Howe, 919 North Michigan his sales at small
it opportunity of increasing expense.
whenever you hot oven (375 degrees). Baste. Avenue, Chicago, Illinois.
make a purchase. with cherry juice while baking. (Released by Western Newspaper Union.)



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PAGE FOUR THE CLEWIS TON NEWS FRIDAY, MAY 17, 1940



The Clewiston News first great responsibility. have rendered a very valuable ser- sold on a discount basis and maturein hassee, Fort Pierce, DeLand, and

There are fifteen members of vice'to human beings by isolating ten years for one-third more DeFuniak Springs.The .

the Class of 1940-ten boys five these food elements and determiningthe than their purchase price. For example -

Published every Friday In Clewiston girls. They; are as fine and whole specific functions they performto $75 is the purchase price of present law provides that .

Florida by the CLEWISTON NEWS some a group of :young people as healthful bodies. a $100 face value bond, which only one type of teaching certifi- ; ,
Inc.
any school in the country will Scientific tests have been so thor- matures at the end of ten years. cate may be obtained by examinations -

graduate this spring. Clewiston ough that certain unfavorable con- Records of the sales for the indivIdual -the special certificate. This

KEATHLEY BOWDEY, Editor can justly be proud of the Classof ditions and maladjustments in the post offices authorized to
type of certificate Is obtainable in
1940. We congratulate them, human body can be quite readily' sell Savings Bonds are tabulated in

Entered as second class mail matter and join them in feeling just a identified as results of deficienciesof cash value. the following fields: art, commercial

Clewiston.February 1,Florida 1927. at under the Post the Office Act of In bit of regret that they will no certian vitamins.: It has been defi- The attached tabulations show I subjects elementary school course

March 3, 1897.SoblluJptlon. longer be a part of the Clewiston nitely determined that sore deseased for the year 1939 the cash purchases -. English, Industrial arts, languages

'High School. We shall miss themas eyes are caused by a deficiency of I. in the forty cities, towns other than English, mathematics,

Rate $2.00:: Per Year. students, but we'll be interestedin vitamin A; that scurvy is caused by and villages which led the Nation In music, science, and social studies.

watching their progress throughlife. a lack of vitamin C; that rickets is purchases for last. year in their

Advertising Rates On Application. the result of not enough vitamin D, respective post office classifications.There All applicants tor special certifi-
cates must file in the office of the
Bon Voyage, Class of 1940.GIRLS' and that other conditions result is also shown for the year State Department
of
Devoted to the advancement and wel- from deficiencies of vitamin B, G, the first, second third and fourth Education,
fare of Clewiston and Hendry County. Tallahassee, an examination applica-
AUXILIARY PROGRAM and K. class offices in each state which led tion at least
one month prior to
GIVEN AT PRAYER SERVICE If one is willing to pay a comparatively in the total cash amount of bonds the date of the examination.

high price for these vitamins purchased.

- - - in
.:..:N.N:N:N:N.N.N:N:N N:..:..:N.M:N.N.N:N:N.N:N:N:N..:. Last Wednesday evening theGirls' concentrated crystallineform Direct-by-mail and post, office Nautical Notes
Auxiliary presented the pro- he can obtain them from his
purchases from New York, New
gram at the prayer service. Both druggist, but he should consult his
York, give that city the lead for the (By Knotts)
RAMBLINGS Intermediate and Junior G. A.'s physican before taking them. These
Nation and for the first class post
took part. The program opened with chemical preparations, however,
offices. New York's cash purchasesfor (Moore Haven Democrat
By B. B.CLEWISTON both groups repeating the G.. A. are for persons whose vitamin deficiency )
the period were $61,116,881. Last
Wednesday the
Watchword and Allegiance. Then is so low that they must evening

.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..w:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:+:..:..: ..:. the Intermediate girls gave short receive concentrated doses and it 25 (maturity New value $81,489,175.). 'cruiser Anna of Miami stopped. -at
Glen Ridge Jersey leads the
,
the local docks enroute to St. Loafs.
talks on the five star ideals: prayer, would be highly impractical for the
second class post offices, with a No through traffic used the canal
INN GARDEN Bible study, steward-ship and mis- average person to depend on them
cash purchase of $272,006.25 (ma- Thursday. Friday the cruiser Fay-
for his'vitamin .
sion study. supply.On
(By Frances Small) turity value $362,675.). Chaska, anne II of Baltimore enroute to
A the A. the farm there is little
group song, G. hymn, reason
Minnesota leads all third class
post Fort Myers tied here for the P
We've a Story to 'Tell To the Na- for vitamin deficiency, for practic- up
Tho' I see :you every morning, offices, having a cash purchase of night. Saturday the sailboat Sea-
tions, The Junior G. ally all the vitamins needs can
fills was sung. one
Your beauty always $80,887.50 (maturity value $107, farer of Greenwich, Conn. passed
with A. then gave several short talkson be produced cheaply and effectivelyby
heart and soul rapture 850. .
My ) through on her to Stuart after
The Beautiful Garden of G. A. the farmer and his family. All way
And my day with joyous thrills. The fourth class post offices are spending Friday night at the local
The program was closed with player one has to do to get enough vitamin
led once again by Plemons, Texas. docks. The cruiser Voyager of
by Rev. D is out enough in the
McLeroy.At stay long
Your rare, exotic odors This town led its class in 1938 Miami Beach rn-ade the return cross-
the close of the program refreshments -I sunshine. But, most of the othersA -
, Pervade the neighborhood. with a cash purchase of $99,637. ing to Miami Beach. Late in the

; As I inhale the perfumed air, were served. B, C, G, and F-can be produced 50. (maturity value $132,850.), evening Myyen of Palm Beach

r murmur, "God is good!" W'f.. S. HOLDS PROGRAM I on the farm in and natural these containers"homemade"vitamins are and this year it tops its class with stopped here for the night before:

MEETING AT CHURCH the extraordinary amount 'of $108, continuing on to Fort Myers.On .
You've found your way to bedsides, much more flavorous and satisfyingthan 693.75 (maturity value $144,925.).
those that come in capsule or Monday the cruiser Black- ,
You've graced gay parties, too. Approximately 16,000 post offices
"Youth Steadfast
for Christ" was form. hawk of Greenwich, Conn passed
You've been a silent sentry pill throughout the country sell United
the topic of the
given at through enroute home
program and on Tues-
Carrots cabbage, water cress, let-
At the of quite a few. States Saving Bonds. Regional ,
i graves the W. M. reports -
. meeting Tuesday after- tuce, spinach, strawberries, peaches, annual day the sloop Seabird of New
to
purchases at each
as
noon at the First Baptist Church. York made the crossing enroute
What would I do without you? peas, sweet corn, cucumbers, water- of these offices and mail order
The devotional pur- I .
was given by home followed by the cruiser Myyen
liver
melons, oranges, beef and hog ,
You've become a part of me. chases originating in their respective
Mrs. Arch Hodges and Mrs. W. J. on her return to Palm Beach. Traffic
fresh fruits and
And should you ever'be no more, Robinson eggs, cream, and territories are being forwarded to
I assisted by Mesdames seems to be slowing up some.
other produce are good sources or
How drear days would be! the postmasters concerned.
my
Kruger Garrison
Warren, King. vitamins and can be produced on

Cornette, McGowan, Hayes, Walker
From the tiny seed that bore you, and Williams.Mrs. most Florida farms. Teachers ExaminationsSet GluKKe Scientifically Broken Lensen
Florida has approximately 80,000
To your present gorgeous hue, E. J. Vent Fitted and Repaired Duplicated
was received
as
I to God's creation farms, and most of these can have
owe DR. F. D. GUDBAUR
a new member. Those attendingwere For July Under .
A debt that's always due. year-round gardens, can produce :
Rev. Mrs. H. G. Optometrist
and ,
McLeroy,
hogs, cattle, and chickens, and can
C. R. Gruger, J. L. Whitaker, L. New School Set-Up Phone 10S 5 Collier Arcade -co
profitably keep milk cows. In other
(Dedicated to Mrs. C. L. Downs).
M. Garrison R. C. Fort Mjcrw Florida
Nowling, W. H.
I
; words 75 of farms
percent our can Successor to K. H. Oakley
Warren; A. H. King Sam
Young, produce these vitamins that are so
Dozens of us who pass the Inn E. M. Cornette, Frank Cothern, Tallahassee, May 17 State
essential to good health. And farm
Gardens each Alex McGowan, E. E. Superintendent Colin English an-
" morning on our way Kelly, H. E. families that produce them will also

'<. to work have received pleasure and Walker, G. E. Wenzloff; E. L- nounced today that the first regular MECHANICAL STRUCTURAL
enjoy a varied satisfying diet. ,
real inspiration from the beauty Hayes, M. C. Doke, M. C. Vowell, Adequate home production of vi- teachers' examinations under the ARCHITECTURAL DESIGNS

f. of these lovely flowers which we H. L. Davis, C. M. Allen, R. H. new Florida school laws and regu-
tamins will enable the farm familyto Maps -' Estimates
---
i" have watched through their entire Williams! C. W. Simmon A. R. lation will be held on July 5 and
avoid having to buy them in con-
? growth. We have known the Broadfoot and H. E. Walker. 6 in the county seats of nine coun- JOHN H. DOTY;
centrated form that becomes neces-
j i: generosity of Mrs. Downs, who in ties. The examinations will be Engineering Consultant
sary when serious results of mal-
*-. addition to keeping them on disk MRS. MORAN HOSTESS TO GIRLS held in Gainesville, Miami, Jack- Clewiston Fla.
nutrition develop. Hopkins Bldg. ,
I
|k play in the Inn for the pleasure of j OF SENIOR CLASS YESTERDAYMrs. sonville, Tampa, Fort Myers, Talla-

i tf its guests, has sent them into I I -
Bonds --------------------- -- ------------------ - -- -- - - - - -- -
p t many places and to many people Jay W:| Moran entertainedthe Savings Sales

t where their beauty has been shared. girls of the Senior Class at a ,

| Mrs. Small has but put beautiful luncheon yesterday. The party Increase During Mar. Re-elect

P:.. expression to the feelings that many drove to Cypress Lodge, Port May- CHARLES O. ANDREWSUNITED

/.: of iis have found in our hearts. acca, where luncheon was served.
of the
Secretary Treasury Morgen-
Place cards were miniature sail-
STATES SENATORSen.
f. boats J thau announced today that the total
and favors
were
novelty
'
I: This week we watch another leather ornaments. sales of Savings Bonds through Andrews has fought, for and can be depended upon to

h group of students leave the Clewis- On March 31, 1940, aggregated in continue,fighting for: ..,
their
return to
Clewistoii
\ ton High School. We know, despite pleasant hour was a maturity value, more than $3,860- 1. Keeping the United States out of war. except in defense of the
spent the
, their jovial attitude, that they Morans Christ-Craft speedboat.on 273,475, and that purchases have Monroe Doctrine and sufficient preparedness to make such a conflict -

do not feel entirely lightheartedabout been made by approximately 1,987- improbable.
::' Enjoying Mrs. Moran's hospitality '
their graduation. The --ve 374 investors. The total represents 2. The protection and develop- ..
were Misses Lee
been a. grand clan; they've had I Pridgen, Edythe average purchases of $2,495,325 for ment of Florida's agricultural %
,
Nell
Cornette
; Maxine Doty, Marie
lots of fun. in school. Now they Robbins each business day since March 1, products particularly its win-
i and Florence Graham. '
ter fruits and vegetables. Sea
,. are graduating, and things will 1935, when these bonds were first '
Island cotton and tobacco: the
never be the same again. They FARMER CAN RAISE ALL placed on sale. Deducting bonds redeemed removal of all restrictions

leave their sad experiences behind VITAMINS XECESSARY TO the maturity value of I against the production of sugar % .

." them with a sigh of relief; they HEALTH OF HIS FAMILY Saving Bonds outstanding on March in the State. A ?', 1

.r, cherish their happy days for memories 31, 1940; was approximately $3,495, I 3. Permanent security for the { .t

in the future. They wonder During the past few years we 573,600. I aged, the blind the disabled: r rg d .' 'l r radequate

now that school provision for disabled +'..t : ; :,. y 'T ,.
days are over, just have heard much about vitamins- The total maturity value of pur- "+ '"'" #
veterans their widows and de- 1-
what :
x:;; their future holds. They their discovery, importance in chase for each business day of last I a
"Deeds Not Promises"PAID
.;: are a bit frightened, 'way down human nutrition and sources whence year was $3,667,975. pendents. --

.>(, beneath, for after all it's their ,, they may be obtained. Scientists, United States Saving Bonds are ( POLITICAL, ADVERTISING)

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Says: Bear FRANCIS P. WHITEHAll on the RADIO MONDAY WEDNESDAY and FRID NIGHTS! I IMY
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nt TUNE. 9.30: to 9.45: S 8:3Oto: 8:453e: ,'ral1..sa
: Oppon CORD GREAT SPEAKER ON M! WMBR WDBO WDJIE" WQAM WINO WFTM WTAL WCOA < TM,


net thefWW'fcvcordl(fII
e My opponent Introduced My opponent introduced '" "-. My opponent REFUSED to
,
'. SpeQ I look at ; a dictatorial school code the "color added", bill $ ( I'j vote in favor of FREE

,. "' q.
< r ;l taw 't 7h SCHOOL BOOKS!

,. This law-permits artificial coloring 1
introduced by him this law would ."" of green and immature citrus fruit.' It'';' / He claims that he voted in favor
', have taken all power away from has cost Florida Citrus farmers mil'I of free school books but the record
, r local school officials .would have lions of dollars by bringing Florida shows that he DID NOT VOTE onthis
_' fined or .imprisoned teachers for failure to' make reports citrus fruit into disrepute all over Bill although he DID VOTE 29 times on other -
on time would have denied local boards the the nation. Bills that day. April 23. 1935.

full right to name teachers and would have forced aN !!..... 8In 37.1.....1 P...%t. IU7 auu.'M..",".' SM.II tin 13*. J...... Fix 1U. IUI 50..,...
candidates for county school superintendent and state
'-0 u ;, school superintendent to obtain permission of the My opponent sponsored
f-.' .;r i state school superintendent before they could run for '
E' office. It took 151 amendments in committee to make Acts which denied hundreds -

z' '..4... /; this law acceptable to legislature; .7 '
s. ;% .tM Gn4 Bill 33,'_.. Pit* 13. IUt_.... My ptnentvoteddga/nst the right to voeI

Hit sponsored bills! thatdisfranchisedr I lf l-
cV Homestead Exemption! hundreds of citizens of Frostproof

I-:1: M'Jo""onentvol e d against' I\; and Auburndale.
: H s' i 7' .. The Auburndale Act was so drastic that the Governor
"
: = } Old Pension I N.e when the Home vetoed it with these words: "I am in favor of Home
Y ry \,p Age' ::Lc'P tlon Act was passed in "
Rule .but I cannot, as Governor of this State, approve
P, I '- : During the 1935 and 1937 a Bill that takes away the birthright of free
;' "' o-/ He: voted against a Senate Reso- sessions of legislature! he voted Then the
American citizens. my opponent supported .
;r S(.<.y4VY., / ( lution, asking Congress to get the against consideration of state owned Auburndale Bill when it was passed over the Governors
[ /S : 1 ( Townsend Bill out Committee tax n property covered by the Home veto. .

"" yr for prompt consideration.. stead ExemptiJ amendment. .,... *....* of ".... INI, u. ,_...I l r.N ". IMJ t.Ml,-1 ..4 Imto (Id a..
+.' .N 1 ... L.rNI r.N Inf Nu...
w.N1 M.wi.l N I. PMI K-Scute Jtgrail. IU fu.M. Ir..1 111. ANrit M NNN .I.t. M 1Nrr1 AN In. 1133 S.uIN l/f.
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Does this look like the record of a man who is interested in the welfare of his State and the RIGHTS of its citizens?

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f':;.- i y TEACHERS' RETIREMENT FUND NINE MONTHS SCHOOL TERM

DECENT WAGES FOR TEACHERS FREE SCHOOL BOOKS
i' '
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FRIDAY, MAY 17, 1940 ,

NOTICE R. J. Moon, Clerk.
win the 10:30. I
: student is permitted to
" Jim & Dan Beard Iey- state contest two years in succes Confessions are Heard every Sat- J. H. Booth, Eva Grantham, Ella
, -' sion. Last ;year his'essay won the urday evening from 7:30 until 8:30 In compliance with section 305 Carson, Inspectors.
;; (Continued from Page 1) district prize of $10.00. all the Masses. Compiled General Laws of Florida M. R. Browning, Special Deputy.
The boys are sons of Mr. and and before notice is hereby given that the Polling place: LaBelle t Bank
a' Pahokee High School this year, has Mrs. J. E., Beardsley.ST. I Weekday Mass every morning at Board of County Commissioners of Building.
just been awarded, for the second 8:00 o'clock. Hendry County, Florida, has appointed Precinct Four (-1) Denaud:
time, the thirty dollar cash prize Devotions in honor of Our Ladyof the following election officers R. M. Burchard, Clerk.S .
given by the Chilean Nitrate com- MARGARET'S CATHOLICCHURCII for each of the Precincts of .
Perpetual Help are conducted C. Blackburn, J. L. Smith, Joe
pany in an essay contest. The Ilcndry County, Florida, '0 hold a Crews, Inspectors. ..,
I at 8 o'clock, followed -
evenings
topic for the essay this year was Friday election 28, 1940 '
I primary on May : F. B Ballard, Special Deputy.
A Conservation Program for Our Rev. Lawrence J. Flynn, Pastor : by Benediction of the Most Precinct' One ((1) Clewiston; Polling place: Duval Garage: ,
Farm. During Dan's'sophomore Blessed Sacrament. K. Harris, Clerk.A. '
Mass each Sunday morning at Precinct Five ((5) Felda:
,
year he won the state prize in the 8 o'clock, excepting the last Sun- Religious Instruction Class foi Lawrence, Louise Miller, W. C. Evans, Clerk. ",
same contest, and was ineligible, to day of the month when the time Is children Saturday morning at nine Louise Hare, Inspectors., W. H. Waldrop, C. O. Willis
since no
for it last
compete year Paul Maynard, Special Deputy. E.
,here in Clewiston, and after Sunday B. --Fortson Inspectors.
Polling place: City Hall. M. H. Perry, Special Deputy.
S Mass in Pahokee. Precinct Two (2) East LnBcllc: Polling place: Hollands Gorier
"I The Mass schedule ui Pahokee is Mrs. M. J. Bush, Clerk. DAVE ALSTON
AmPLE FUODS 10:30 every Sunday, excepting the Mrs. Alice E. Hall, Mrs I:. E. .Chairman Board of County
last Sunday of the month, when Edwards, Theodore Yeomans, In- Commissioners, Hendry
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spectors.M. ,
Mass Is ,at eight o'clockThe pub County Florida.
F. Yeomans, Special Deputy. ATTEST:
lie, regardless of religious belief, Polling place: Newcomb Bakery. WILLIAM T. HULL, (Seal)
is always welcome in this church. Precinct Three (3) West Laltollc: Clerk.


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PAGE SIX THE CLEWISTON NEWS FRIDAY, MAY 17, 10 iO

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Palm Beach will be helpful," she says. and have invited similar groups to INVITATION FOR BIDS ty described therein ,will bo sold' to ,
County
: Keep the interior of the dwelling meet with them. the highest bidder at the Court House
Office of the Board of Commission- door on the first Monday In the monthof
Tries Silk GrowingFor clean and attractive. See 'that it Subjects to be thoroughly discussed ers of Okeechobee Flood Control District June, 1940 which Is the 3rd day

gets plenty of sunlight and fresh will be past, present and futureof 403 Harvey Building, West Palm of Dated June this 1940.3rd day of :May, 1940.

air. Arrange things so the family tourist, agriculture, and industrial Beach, Florida. (Seal) WILLIAM T. HULL, j.
New Industry maximum benefit from cool Sealed bids in duplicate subject to Clerk cf Circuit Court of
will get resources of the state. The conditions contained herein, will be Hendry County Florida.
breezes in Summer.If Florida Advertising Clubs are spon- received until 11 A. M. on the 22nd 4t. May 3-10-17-24, 1940.
day of May, 1940. for furnishing: all
West Palm Beach, May 17- beds are unsatisfactory, ob- soring the "See Florida This Summer" labor and material and performingall

scrub palmetto wastesof tain some cotton (it's cheap) and movement together with the work for the construction of a
(FNS) The wharf 106 feet by 14 feet on the
Palm Beach county may become I directions and make good mattresses Florida Association of Publicity south side of the Caloosahatchee Riverat Om&happl&imw.Clewiston _

of a vast new industryif that will be comfortable. Attrac- Directors, the State Junior Chamberof LaBelle: Florida, approximately
the scene
150 feet west of the highway bridge.
of Mrs. FrankJ. tive, comfortable bed covers need Commerce, and other organiza-
the present plans All work to be done in accordance ,.
Lewis, of Chicago, meet with not be made of expensive materials. tions. The Admen have invitedthe with the plans and attached specifications I.I

Installation of equipment in con- Publicity Men and the Jaycees, general provisions special : raR

success. venient places to save effort, run- as well as other interested provisions if any. and contract. :
Conducting experiments with silk groups A certified check In the amount of
ning water, indoor bathroom, elec- to discuss "Florida's Next Step" twenty per cent (20 per cent) of the
works, Mrs. Lewis has set out 5,000 total amount of the bid submitted, II
conveniences
and other con-
tricity,
white mulberry: trees, with an addi- with them. made payable to the Treasurer, Okee- 1i.
tribute to comfort in the house. Headquarters will be at the chobee Flood Control District must _
to' be set out
thousand
tional ten I each proposal.
Some equipment costs money as Suwannee Hotel, and series of accompany
in the near future, with the aim 'in a Plans and specifications are on file I
hundredsof well as effort, but the costs are elaborate entertainments have been and may be examined at the officeof R.wlr'
view of creating jobs for
403 Harvey Building
small when compared with the the District.
the present unemployed on a planned for the visitors.Photographic West Palm Beach Florida or at the y' d I ISax4s
benefits to be obtained."If office of the Clerk of the Circuit !,
gigantic "silk farm. the rural family will work Court of Hendry County, LaBelle,
thousandsof ExaminersTo Florida. Copies may be obtained for
Lewis now has
Mrs.
and play together for the benefit the purpose of bidding on applicationto
the small cocoons, which feed on and satisfaction of the individual the office of the District.

the mulberry leaves, but as yet the and the group, then they won't be Hold Meet May 20 and The all right bids.Is reserved to refuse any

business is operated on a very small living in a 'house'-their dwelling BOARD 0 FCOMMISSIONERS

scale. As the farm is developed, place will be a home. This is what OKEECHOBEE FLOOD CONTROL -
will be ;West Palm Beach, May 17. (FNS) DISTRICT.
silk from the cocoons "
the every family should strive for, Board'or BEN HERR,
-The Florida State Photo-
reeled off on special apparatus at Miss Moore Secretary and Chief
says. graphic Examiners last Engineer.2t. .
organized
farm and bundled for sale.
the May 10-17, 1940.
year to regulate photography in :
From moth to silk requires a
Holland Tours StateIn the state, and to discourage itinerant -
period of from 25 to 30 days, and I
photographers) will conduct its NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR HaM
500 to 800
each moth lays from
Second Campaign second examination at West Palm TAX DEED
at a time. /
eggs Beach on May 20, it was announcedthis NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. That

week by Al P. Burgert, Tampa, H. H. McCall holder of Tax CertificateNo. !lc I ,."

Make Your "House"A ] Daytona Beach, May 17. (Special) Chairman of the group.A .D.242.1927.issued has filed the 1st same day in of my AugustA. office jjjj r.

-Greeted everywhere by great class of 21 applicants for and has made application for a tax I
deed to be issued thereon. Said certi-
"Home" Says Expert"If crowds of enthusiastic first primary license to practice photography in ficate embraces the following described '

supporters supplemented by hun- ,the state, including portrait photo- property in the County of Hendry, Federal
State of Florida,
to-wit
dreds who lost their favorites on graphy and photo finishing, will be :
you're living in a 'house, All Block 110 LaBelle.
strive and plan until you make it May 7th, Spessard L. Holland, high heard, Burgert said. The assessment of the said property Savings and Loan
under the said certificate issued
by nearly 25,000 votes in the first The Extension Division of Flori-
a 'home. W tire name of John F. Weber.
test, continued'to roll up his following da, cooperating with the Florida Unless said certificate shall be redeemed AssociationCOURSE
This is what Virginia P. Moore, according to law, the proper-
today.Holland Photographers Association, will also
home improvement specialist with .
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appeared here this after- conduct its annual short courseat
the State Agriculture Extension

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for will take him to all sections of the
rural women and girls
state before the second primary on
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
many years. And her idea, stressed -
May 28th. He will speak in Lees- The Friendly Church l
by county home demonstration ..t.'t .
burg tonight, Tallahassee Friday fr
agents all over the state, has borne
night and Pensacola Saturday night, REV. H. G. McLeROY, Pastor xj
health
fruit in greater comfort, r ,
with visits to other cities in be- Sunday school 9:45 a. m., B. ,
and for farm peo- I
happiness many
tween. E. Herring, superintendent. 't!

ple.Still, Miss Moore points out, I "My platform is the same," said Morning worship 11:00 a. m. j CLEWISTON 60LFt

Holland., "I have made no promisesof serman by pastor, "The Supreme
there are many houses on farms in .' .
jobs. Do not intend to. I am Vision. : ..
Florida that have not yet become :
tremendously grateful to those more Training Union worship meets t
homes. To the people who live in :: ,
than 100,000 citizens who thoughtI 6:45 p. m., Arch Hodges director. I j jt 3.
these houses, she gives some perti-
was the best man in the first pri- Evening services 8:00 p. m. The
nent suggestions.
mary and hope that those who, for church will be two years old Sun-
Before into her
we sugges- X
go one reason or another, voted for day ,and there will be given at the ; : t:
tions, however, we think it well to X
candidates now eliminated, will feel evening service a brief history of .:. \
give her definition of a home: "A :. .,d.' .t.
that I am the best man remain- the church from the date of organi- "t, I :
home is :where people are comfort- + 'j It ,,: '.. /. :::
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zation till .
ing in the race. now.Intermediate '.' ..I! :
able, healthy, and happy, where the .., ,:.
G. A's. meet Mon-
family works and plays together, Holland said that his head-
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2:20 with Mrs. Broadfoot.
and where each does his bit to quarters in Bartow had been swamped day .t. X .
Sunbeams meet at the church t
make life more comfortable and with letters, telegrams, and +

full for himself and the others." telephone calls from managers and Monday 3:30 Mrs. Davis is in

Few people, if any, will disagree supporters of other candidates charge.
Junior G. A.'s at church to the Public _:
meet
with Miss Moore about this defi- eliminated in the first primary, : Open ]
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3:30 with Mrs.
Wednesday
nition of a home. pledging their support to him in p. m. .

Now, some of her suggestions for the second. In many counties the Hodges. 1
Midweek services at church Wed-
Holland organizations now include
converting a house into a home:

Get the family together and let the volunteer workers of the nine nesday 7:30 p. m. at church.

each individual suggest some way eliminated candidates, headquarters .

in which the comfort and well-be- reported to the Holland party.

ing of all will be increased. "Such .i.'t.

little things as working surfaces of- Advertising FederationWill Opportunity: I

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ten are causes for dissatisfactionand Knocks '-

friction. If a woman has to Meet May 18.19St. 1

work over a surface that is too low, q,' :;: Moderate Gree.a Fees :::

she probably will have a backache, 's' ..

and if the working surface is 'too Petersburg, May 17. (FNS- :;:; Exceptional Fairways _*:

high, she will have a shoulder Using the theme "Florida's Next 't' ..,

ache. And she can't be very pleas- Step" ,as a keynote, the Fourth ::: Interesting Greens *

ant with others if she is in pain. District of the Advertising Federa- :!: ::

So, check up on the little things tion of America, comprising the

around the home and try to im- state of Florida, will convene here I )READ the ADS II .II'
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I: I I I Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Martinez, MRS. SCHARNBERG ENTERTAINSFOR SENIORS PAGE SEVEN-

1 ill i Junior, Jack and Oliver Martinez, HER GUESTS MONDAYMrs. FORMAL PARTY ENTERTAINED WEDNESDAY WITH of their leader, Doris Hodges, and '-'

{ r Personals have returned from a month's visit hiked: up to the camp.
,
It I old with home friends in and Cuba.relatives at their H. JB.. Scharnberg was Mrs. John H. Doty and Mrs.. J. Those going were Marilyn Davis,
hostess
Monday afternoon
at a J. Graham entertained members of Mamie Trice, Margie Allen, Doris
i ___ ___ card party, complimenting her the Senior class at the Graham Simmons
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,i Mrs. Anna Tuck of Gadsen, Ala., guests, Mrs. James MacFarlane of home Wednesday Betty McDuffie, Joan
i! Mrs. Blanche Bronson was a.J is visiting her daughter Mrs. Walter Coral Gables and :Mrs.. E. II. i formal dancing party.evening with nl I Walker, James Fearny Elkins,

J visitor in LaBelle Tuesday. Kershaw. Mr. and Mrs. Kershaw Parmalee, Balboa, Canal Zone. I Buddy Trice, Mamie Johnson, David
returned The rooms were decorated in
recently from a twoweeks' First prize. at bridge was won spring flowers in the clasa Thomas, Harold Broderick, George
colors
yisit in Gadsen.
Miss Vergie O'Bannon spent Tuesday -
by Mrs. W. C. Owen, second by purple and gold, and each girl wasgiven Elkins, Curtis Pullen, Louis Blount,
in YaBelle.T. Mrs. C. L. Downs and low
by Mrs.
Guests of Mr. and 11rs.Vallace a corsage and each boy a Binkie Stranger and Jack Waters.
E. C. Mills. Mrs. J.. F. Morrison bouttonniere i I
C.I Musgrave was a business Arey for Mother's Day were her won the Michigan prize and Mrs.C. sandwiches cakes of carnations. Open j| They were accompanied by Mr.: andI
iced
visitor in Miami Monday.Mrs. parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Zander, A. Martinez the cut prize. Mrs. shades of purple and in pastel,I Mrs. Arch Hodges and Rev. and '
gold and
and Mrs. Frank Zander, jr. of Mis. II. G.
MacFarlane and Mrs; Parmelee received punch were, served. McLeroy.Johnson's .
Okeechobee and
Miss Mary Louise
Claude L. Downs the remembrances.Mrs. .
spent
Zander of Canal Point. The guest list:: included Misses;
week-end with friends in Miami. Scharnberg- served tea, Lees Pridgen, Edythe Nell Cornette.

,R. H. Lanier, Wallace, N. C. spent sandwiches and cakes to Mrs. Marie Robbins, Florence Graham,
Mr. and Mrs. M. Doke and son, Parmelee, Mrs. MacFarlane, Mrs Fish '
Camp
and Maxine
Sunday and Monday here with his Doty, and A. D. Frith,
Gene, spent the week-end with B. A. Bourne Mrs. H. A.
Bestor
son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and J. B: Brantley, Walter Zuhn, Bert
relatives in Fort Meade. Mrs. M. W. Bigg, Mrs. (Near Hurricane Gate)
George
Mrs. W. H. Lanier. He is visiting Schultz, Munselle Stone, J. D.
another son, Robert Lanier, and his Bellamy, Mrs. C. L. Downs, Mrs. Hooker Hervey Bourne, Ed Von Clcwisfon, Fla.
Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Small of La wife in Miami this week. ]?. Deane Duff, Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, Mach, Louis Leiter and Dick Patterson I Boats and Motors-Guide Service

Belle attended baccalaureate sermon Mrs. C. WFuller, Mrs. R. J. Principal R.V.' Turk and Rates Reasonable
here Sunday evening. Friedrichsen, Pensalcola, Mrs. I
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Parmelee of 0. Mrs. G. Bi Thomas. W. H. Johnson, Mgr.
A. Jones, Mrs. E. C. Mills Mrs. C.
Balboa
Canal
Zone
and Mr. and
Ralph Brown, of Orlando, spent Mrs. A. Martinez, Mrs. J.'' F. Morrison,
James McFarlane, Coral YOUNG 1LAPTIST GROUP HAS
the week-end visiting. friends in Gables Mrs. Jay W. Moran, Mrs. W. C. I
spent several days here WEINER ROAST FRIDAY?
Clewiston.Mr. .' visiting Mr. and Mrs. H. J. B. Owen, Mrs. R. Y, Patterson, Mrs. J. M. COUSECounselor
M. M. Prewitt, Mrs. G. B. Rack-
Scharnberg.Mrs. The Junior B. Y. P. U.
enjoyeda
and Mrs. Richard Hooks straw, Mrs. F. M. Rodriguez, Mrs. and Attorney al Lt\vr
weiner roast last
1.{ spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. O. F. Schiffli, Mrs. Harry Vaughn, Friday eveningat Hopkins Building
August Oberhaus, Ortona, the Scout camp on the ridge.
Alvah Burke in LaBelle.Mr. Mrs. W P. Vaughn, sr, Mrs. E. IVednesdajs and SatnnlajM
and her daughter,'MrsJoe Wallace, The boys and girls met at the home 0:30 to 4:00Build
W. Ullendahl, and 1Irs.V.. C. Pre
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Mrs. Bert Cox and childrenand
and Mrs. R. L. witt. .
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Mrs. F. A. Taylor of LaBelle visitedin guests Monday of Mrs. H. were . . . :". . . . . . . . ( .
Clewiston J. Press- JUNIOR GIRLS' CLASS HOLDS v v
Sunday. : ley.. :'\OXTHLy'\IEETIXG: THURSDAYThe :=: :!:

Miss Laura Matteson : ?
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spent Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Therkildson, :!: ::
week-end in LaBelle visiting Mr. Junior Girls' Class of the :

and Mrs. Matthew E. Morrison. Clewiston Miami, are spending a few days in Community Sunday School met at :t ] Now' ::
-"-- as guests of Mr. and the Berner home Thursday eveningfor .i'. _;:

Frank Hammett of Jacksonville Mrs. H. C. Kolstad. Mr. Therkildsonis the regular monthly meeting. I ::. c;. ..; ::
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a] speaker at the graduation
exercises :-
is a business visitor in Clewiston The class planned a birthday ; .
tnrla V.. tonight.Mr. I party for the June meeting, to celebrate :i: :;?;::: The best hedge against ::

I the class birthday. A social ..
I. D. Leydig and C. E. Lear attended I and Mrs. Harvey Etherton.of hour followed the business ''i' ,'.,.-, i :
meeting. I
the live stock sale at the I Moore Haven, were Sunday Attending were Carline Berner :!: INFLATIONCertainly f. :::
guests of Mr. .
LaBelle market Wednesday. and Mrs. Glen Ether-
ton. Other guests were Mrs. Ether- Jo Anne Crouch, Billie Arnette, .:=: ". '.\'. :!:

Herbert Edson, New York, spent ton's mother, Mrs. F. R. Maxwell, June and Christine Esp@nlaub, Jean : : :'< we have select homesites :t:
Augur, Sally Graham, Shirley Owen .
several days: in Clewiston on busi her brother Van Bush, and Miss \ ,
and Mary Louise Thomas.
ness. e Margaret Jensen, of Miami. .

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L. A. Turner, of Panama City, Mrs. W. H. Lanier drove to Miami I BRIDGE CLUB WEDNESDAYMrs. t.. ....

visited in Clewiston Tuesday en Tuesday t06, take her fatherinlawR. t. ...,..' .:.
route to Miami to visit relatives.Mr. H. Lanier, who remained there J. W. Ezelle entertained her t: <: :. ,', :;::
for a visit with .his so'n, Robert bridge club Wednesday afternoon, '';

and Mrs. J. P. West, and Lanier and Wife.; The son is re- awarding a sheet to Mrs. L. C. ; r Beardsley ': ;

son spent the week-end with rela- cuperating from! an appendectomy Miller for high prize, and a warm- -'
tivse in Fort Myers. performed recently. ;] ing over to Mrs. Carl Johnson for ;
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cut prize.A REAL ESTATE
Miss Ruth Fisher of Coral Gables Mrs. Manning Carter and sons, delicious salad course was :. :* ...

spent the week-end here Manning, jr. and Wayne left :. .
visiting served to Mrs. Dave Alston, Mrs. .BEARDSLEY ART LAWRENCE ;-
Miss Betty Spicer.Mr. yesterday for their home in St.
I H. R. Hall Mrs W. H. Lanier .
Stephen, South Carolina, after visit- :: BETTY SPICER MILDRED DURST ::
.Mrs.. L. C. Miller, Mrs. Carl John :
and Mrs. E., C.-"Mills, Gene ing her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. :: -. :!:
son, Mrs. G. B..; Thomas 'and
and Bub Mills, were visitors Saturday -I C. Redish for so'me time. Christine R. N. Smith. 1\Irs.// .:;:... . . .". . . .';.
evening in Fort Myers.H. Redish. accompanied her sister and
will visit her for a few weeks.

J. B. Scharnberg left 1\Ion.1

day for New York on a business Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Herbertson i':.: \.- :>1
returned to
trip. Clewiston this week
after a visit with relatives in : : ,

;Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Nelson of Jacksonville and Charleston. Mrs. < Who says you can't have ;

Tampa are visiting his parents, Mr.. Herbertson spent three weeks in 1
and Mrs. C. Nelson this week. Charleston and Mr. Herbertson went ,

up for her last week, visiting his "

; Mrs. William Johnson of Canal parents in Jacksonville while away. "i'

Point, spent Mother's Day hero > 1 '

with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dr. and Mrs. John P. Higgins, EVERYT.BING!
J. J. Graham. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Warren, Mrs.

Hubert Land, Miss Marcia Avant,

Miss Ruth Middleton had as her Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Jones, Miss Lois

guests recently, her sisters, Miss Prince, Miss:: Virginia Lawhon and
Marguerite Middleton and Mrs. E. Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Lovvorn and

B. Lord, both of Sarasota. Harold Duke attended the corona- ,; .

tion and baby show .LaBelle. Friday -

Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Lovvorn and evening. ) ...

Mr. and Mrs. Keathley Bowden and J .. I
sons, Kay and Paul," spent Sunday SENIORS ARE GUESTS AT I
) with their parents in Okeechobee. UFFET SUPPPER SUNDAYMrs. -:: ....,; You can have V-8 performanceand !

.. gas economy, too! :
L. R. Oliphant, Marietta, Ga. William H. Lanier and
spent the week-end Mrs. E. An 85 Ford 24.92 miles
here with his M. Cornette entertainedthe h.p. gave per ..
son-in-law and daughter, Mr; and members of the Senior Class at gallon in the annual official Gilmore- -. .

Mrs. R. C. Wilson. supper at the Lanier home Sunday Yosemite road test, open to all cars. ar ,> .a n ,4 ...:.. + .,,.
evening, preceding the baccalaureatesermon. This was best mileage of all standard- "

Mr. and Mrs. Fred Henricksen returned I equipped cars in this class! ; .. 4t

Monday from Hot Spring, The living and dining rooms were :

vacation.Ark., where they spent a month's decorated with spring flowers in You can have easy-'handling- '

shades of purple and gold, the
class colors. The supper was ser- with big-car room and ride! -

Mr. and Mrs. A. 0. Ward were ved buffet style from a table in
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Newton the: dining room and places were Everyone knows how easy it is to drive '

s, in Fort Myers for a week-end :fish laid 'at small tables for the guests. r a Ford. But no one could know till he gets '

ing trip. Place cards were silhouttes of inside, how big this Ford is in leg- y : ;,

seniors. room, seat-room, knee-room .. nor {

Mr. and Mrs. 0. A. Jones, Mrs. Mrs. Cornette and Mrs. Lanier'sguests \ what a thrillingly soft, steady, big-car \ :>
H. V. Briant and Marianne Jones ride it gives! r't
were
Misses Florence Gra
were business visitors
Saturday in
West Palm ham, Maxine Doty, Marie Robbins,
Beach. Lee Pridgen and Edythe Nell You can have low cost upkeep- i- ''. -f

R. l... Cooker, jr., 'joined hi Louis Cornette Leiter, A. ,D.Hervey Frith, J.Bourne D. Hookers and enjoy real fine-car features! : : IA'
Bert ,\
mother, Mrs. R. L.
Coker, sr., in i Schultz
Jacksonville Friday. They Walter Zuhn, Munselle You shift gears on a Ford with the easy-f: ;

.. driving to New York City durin are; ? Stone Brantley, Dick Patterson J. B. acting type finger-tip shift used on costlycars.
Mr. Coker's and Ed Von Mach. You semi clutch
vacation. get a -centrifugal t =

SPAGHETTI SUPPER GIVEN giving lower pedal pressure at shifting 1

Misses Betty Spicer and Mildred FOR EVENING BRIDGE CLUB speeds, also typical of costly cars to d t y

Durst, J. E. Beardsley and Bill say nothing of the biggest hydraulic I

Haynie were among the Clewiston Mrs. Blanche Turner "entertained brakes ever used on a low-cost car. Your
residents attending the stock members of Ford Dealer's and trade
sale her bridge club with L ready willing to <: 'I
in LaBelle Wednesday. a spaghetti supper Wednesday eve r See him now! j I ; '
ning. At the bridge games following J'
George Crow spent Sunday at a pair of Nylon hose was :j, .
Fort Myers Beach. Mrs. Crow returned awarded to Mrs. R. C. Wilson for YOU CAN HAVE Arand I i

with him after visiting :first prize, and a hand-painted
Mr. and Mrs. Foy. Durrence for cigarette dish was given Mrs. Harry r--
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several days. .Turner for second prize. : ,


and Mr.Carol and"Joy.!rs. Roy Alston, Harriet Harry Guests Turner were, Mrs.Mrs. Wilson Roy Alston, Mrs, FORD V:8 11:

Alston spent :Moth ;Mrs. Ruth B. Owens, Mrs. B. J. 2
(;, 8 Day week-end
at J
Fort
Myers Schroeder
Miss Mae Palmer, Mrs.
WIHlngham.Beach with Mr. and Mrs. J. S. R. C. Nowllng and Mrs. W. H. ..:l that what '11 want when frY it rI' ,
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MACRAE SMITH CO. WNU SERVICE Cause to Rejoice

THE STORY THUS FAR "And you've had nothing to eat." His expression became more reso- 'We doubt if those with "Ph. D."
"I'm not hungry." The constraintin lute. "You're probably right," he after their names are as happy as
Charming, wealthy GabrIella (Gay for short) Graham engaged to Todd Janeway the atmosphere lay like a weight said crisply. "It might not be too we are when we see "Pd." before
returns to a cabin In the Maine woods accompanied by a friend Kate Oliver. The idea upon her spirits. comfortable. I may be detained." the names of our creditors.
of a her stay godfather at the cabin, Uncle occurred John Lawrence.to her when The she received two girls a notice key to that it following someone the is livingIn deathof "Kate left something in the oven He left the room without lookingat Time heals all wounds. But our
the cabin. Kate suspects that Gay knows the identity of the mysterious occupant.The for you." His eyes avoided her her again. Standing on the hearth, time on earth is limited. That's
mystery man returns. He is John, Houghton a young doctor whom Gay had knownIn glance. He adjusted the wick and she heard him moving' about in the the trouble. ,
previous Immediately aggressive, ,Gay asks him by what right he is in the
years.
cabin. His right, she finds Is greater than her own. He too, possesses h key, but more replaced the shade on the lamp. room he used for a laboratory. Mo- It Is Vulgar
than that, is heir to it from his Uncle John Gay's godfather. Gay is high handed with "I don't want anything, thank ments passed slowly, dropping like
that he will leave. Looking at him in the doorway, her
him, and he states courteously "
There is
old feelings return. She knows that he is more necessary to her than is Todd Jancway, you. She stood with her back to the water which might not be gatheredup always a coarseness
the man she is to marry. Gay asks John to reconsider his decision to leave. The next fire, now, printing his features upon again, spilling, wasted, gone' for- about sin, no matter how well con-
morning brings a different feeling, and John decides to remain for his vacationonemore her memory as she saw them in ever. Presently footsteps thudded cealed. That. alone is an indict-
week. the light striking up from the lamp. across the kitchen floor. The back "ment.
J Her throat ached. Her heart felt door closed. A "Sunny Jim" who is sunny
CHAPTER IV-Continued "What's the use? I'm licked be- too big for her breast. The sound of the door closing vi- only from policy isn't very sailsEfactory. \,.,

i fore I start." "You'll be making an early startin brated through her senses. Gay tooka '

Gay could not have made a stronger Her face sobered. The smile. curv- the morning step forward, stopped, then went
appeal to John's imagination. She ing her lips, trembled. "Probably." running out through the kitchen, Modest Applicant Was
could not have presented her fiancein "John-" she said, hesitantly."Yes "Then I'd better fill the wood- jerked open the door, sped down the
a role which would so quickly Gay-" basket tonight." steps and across the clearing. Not a Bit ,SuperstitiousThe .
have won John's admiration and re But she ducked her head. Whenit He came to the hearth and bentto "John!" she called breathlessly.

spect. A love for sailing was his emerged, water streamed over lift the basket. The firelight shoneon "Wait for me! I'm coming!" smiling, confident young
heritage from ancestors who had her face as though she were weep- his thick dark hair, on the lean I man stepped up to the bank man-
captained their own vessels aroundthe ing. angle of his jaw. By extending her John opened the door of,the farm- ager's desk.
world. The glory of the days of hand she could have touched him. house and looked out, across a "Good day sir he said. "Have
clippers and packets remained in The bow of the boat cut through Why not? There was only tonight stretch of weed-grown lawn. His need, for,
the village in which he had spent water which shimmered with the The telephone on the wall whirred car was there under the willow you any and trained a highly intelli- ..
gent man just out of
his childhood and early youth, in reflected glow of the sunset. Gay and jangled. where he had left it at the edge of college?"
memory and mementos. The housein lifted and dipped the paddle slowly, "What the devil-?" he exclaimedin the lane. "
which he'd been born and in watching circles, rimmed with gold an undertone and walked across "Good-night, Ben," he said to the "Well, said the manager,
i. which his mother lived now had a and flame and amethyst widen out the room to the telephone box lanky young man in overalls who "what kind" of a position are you
1 square "look-out" on the roof; the across the still surface of the lake. against the wall. had accompanied him to the door. seeking?
walls of the library were covered The wind which had blown all day She watched him place the receiver "Don't worry. Everything's all'' "I want something in the execu-
with tea-paper from China; the bowl had died down but the air was grow- to his ear, heard his brusque right." tive ''line," replied the young

from which he'd eaten cereal as a ing cold. She wished she had "Hello! Hello! Will you get off the "Thanks, Doc. Jenny and I are man. "Say a vice presidency."
child had been brought in the hold ofa dressed more warmly but the sun mighty grateful." "I'm really sorry," said the

ship around the Horn. The sort had been hot when she'd set off, "That's all right. I'll run in some manager sarcastically, "but we
of sailing she spoke of was different, alone, directly after lunch. time tomorrow-today." have twelve vice presidents."

of course, bat the swift vision of He'd thought she was dramatizing A thin high wail came out throughthe "Oh, that's all right," came' the jx
sails filling in the wind, the smellof that afternoon. Well, hadn't she open door. The unshaded lamp eager response. "I'm not afraid
brine-soaked rigging and rope, been-a little? The rebellion beneaththe trembled in the shaking young hands of thirteen" .
the thrill of deck canting beneathfeet ,
a words she'd spoken was sincere
which held it. John laughed.. .
instinctively braced, moved him enough but her expression of it had
"Only a healthy one could make
to enthusiastic and, for the instantat been theatrical. Why couldn't she
that much noise. He's going to be
least, quite unenvious response. have talked to him directly? He'd "
"That's a pretty swell prospect," given her an opportunity. She'd felt an opera singer.
"Not if he takes after his Dad."
he said.. very close to him, for a moment,
The boyish face traced with lines of M
"Yes, isn't it?" she said brightly, nearer to mutual understanding than
too brightly, so that again he was they had ever been. Then pride had weariness and anxiety shone, then

aware of the passion beneath the gotten in the way, had checked the darkened." "You sure .Jenny'sallright 0
light mocking words. "And that's spontaneous response to the tender- ?
only the beginning. Todd's fatheris ness in his voice that she had want- "Fine. She'll probably sleep until KillsMany
giving us his place in Connecticut ed to make. It was just as well. noon. Your mother will know
too, so that we'll have ,an an- She was leaving tomorrow, to keep a what to do. You get some sleep." Insects
chorage and Dad has bought an promise. What John thought of her i "All right, Doc. We sure thank
apartment house over by the East was unimportant. She would, in all / you.' Good-night." ON FLOWERS FRUITS

River because, of course, we'll haveto probability, never see him again The 'door closed. John walked 4051 VEGETABLES & SHRUBS
spend some time in town. We'reto after tonightNo across the stretch of lawn toward Demand original sealed

have the top floor. The contestis use thinking of that. Gay, at the car. The full moon had dropped bottles,from your dealer
on as to whether the decor is to some distance from the shore, below the dipping hills but the farm-
.- be smartly modern or quaintly Vic- turned the canoe in toward the land- yard was bright with radiance it
torian. I'm backing Mother to win. ing. There was only one"explana- r I r I had left. John drew in deep breathsof Happy StateA

She's all for glass and ,chromium. tion she wanted to make. She'd the cool damp air. He came up sound 'mind in a sound body,

... Aunt Flora's what-not and" ball- been, when she talked to John this #Iii/. 91-" to the car walking quietly, shorten- is a short but full description ofa
fringes haven't a chance. morning, very unfair to Todd. Re- ing his long I eager. strides. happy state in this world. He
"So you see there's no sensible morse for the impression she'd prob- But she was not asleep. that has these two, has little more
reason why I should have run away. ably given John of him had nibbled "Hello, Doc," she said, and sat to wish for; and he that wants
t- It was the whim of a spoiled little uneasily at her thoughts during the erect in the seat of the car. either of them, will be little the
L brat who hasn't sense enough to afternoon. She was fond of Todd. "I thought .I told you to go backto better for anything else.-John
her luck." him her best and He was frowning and the set the cabin he said .
know She loved as dear- but his at- Locke.There's.
.- "Gay-!" he said, louder this est friend. Strange- But that was of his mouth was stern. tempt to sound stern was not very

time, his voice gritty with effort. true. He was her best and her dear- convincing."You .
wire, please? HELLO! The call is
:; "Will you stop talking like an ab- est friend. for the Lawrence cabin, Mrs. did," Gay said. "You've
'; surd little fool?" But how could she explain Todd to Sprague. HELLO! Yes-"'His voice been telling me that. at intervals all
./ "But I am." She was moving, John? The bow of the canoe bumped quieted to a less aggressive tone.: night." a Good Reason

l now, with a rocking motion back gently into the landing. Gay droppedthe "Hello, Ralph. Yes. Houghton speak- "Are you frozen? Let me look at You're Constipated '
" and forth on the float. "What a gift paddle and held on to the plank- you." He leaned past her into the
ing with one hand while she reachedfor ingThe When there's something wrong
for description you have! car and turned on the dash-board
call had nothing to do with
the Wouldn't anything that with you, the first rule is: get at
. "You're trying to make me think rope. her. Gay's apprehension subsided.She lights. the cause.If you are constipated,
".. you are," he said brusquely, "but she might say be too much or too waited for the end of the con- She wore his old college sweater, don't endure it first and "cure"It
: you aren't succeeding." He bent to- little? They hadn't merely drifted versation, not gathering much information too large for her, the sleeves rolled afterward.Find out what's giving
ward her and his voice softened Into an engagement. It wasn't only from what she heard. John back to free her hands and she had you the trouble.
Chances are it's simple if you
the of the
' propinquity suitability
or
' ,:. from a demand to an appeal. "What match which had culminated in the said, "Yes" 'at intervals, asked a bundled herself into a cocoon of eat the super-refined foods most
>: are you getting at? What are you direction, said, "Yes. 'Right away. car robes and blankets.TO people do: meat, white bread,
she tomorrowto
leaving
trying to tell me? Please" promise was ( BE CONTINUED potatoes. It's likely you don't get
,:: keep. They'd been dearest friends Yes. Thanks, Ralph. Good-by. ) enough"bulk."And"bulk"doesn't
r She drew a long sobbing breath since she could remember, separated "This telephone!I" He smiled in mean a lot of food. It's a Kind of
and the house of cards tumbled into for long intervals when he or comic exasperation as he placed the X-Rays of 'Voice Box'Aids food that isn't consumed In the
She looked at him body, but leaves a soft "bulky"mass
: fragments. up she had been traveling or in schoolor receiver on the hook. "Everybodyfrom
In the Intestines and helpsa
t.I her eyes dilated by tears, then down involved in a temporary infatua- here to Machias listens in. It's Study of Larynx bowel movement.If .

! Into the water. tion, but always coming together a favorite amusement in Washington I If you stutter, don't blame it all this Is your trouble, you
:., "I don't want to go back to New County." I facial should eat a natural "bulk" pro-
their tongue
again, taking up friendship on your or your mus-
:! York," she said, so low that he where they had dropped it, never "That's jolly, isn't it?" His smile, cles. More probably it's the faultof ducing crunchy food-such, toasted, readytoeatcereal a one as the

i.. scarcely heard her and as though admitting but mutually conscious of her response, relieved the con- your larynx. Kellogg's All-Bran. Eat It
:
: the words were forced from her by the fact that they liked each other straint. "I thought it might be long That.is the conclusion of Dr. Har- often, drink plenty of water, and
: some agency beyond her control. best. distance," she said. old Westlake, instructor in speechat "Join the Regulars." All-Bran is
He did not reply. The sympathy made by Kellogg's In Battle Creek.If .
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distance? Good Lord! A
'' John's voice called her name. She "Long the Pennsylvania State college, your condition Is chronic, it Is
i.. : that'welled from his heart in an un- turned. He was walking down the call from here to New York would based on an analysis of 1,500 origi-' wise to consult a physician.
grudging flood made coherent path toward her, a dim figure in probably take a week." He hesitated ,nal X-ray pictures of the mouth and"voicebox"
thought impossible. He sat watch- the deep twilight of the thickly then asked, "Will you be afraidto of several hundred per-
; ing her efforts to regain the control crowding trees. stay here alone until Kate returns sons of all ages and both sexes, some
his appeal had shattered, fighting a Sincere FriendA
, ? of them stutterers."In .
I desire to take her in his arms, feel- "I"was just setting out to look for Her quick glance questioned him. singing, in speech instructionfor friend is a person with whom
ing in his own senses the throb of you, he, said. at ''I may be sincere. Before him I
' : ?" Her voice steadied. "That was Ralph Sprague up the deaf and in voice correction,
" the pulse at the base of her throat, "Were you the store. They need a doctor at we have been over-emphasizing the may think aloud.-R. W._ Emerson. -
:: the trembling that shook her body. "Supper over? the Whittaker place. Somebody wentto tongue simply because we didn't .
: Presently she grew quiet. When she "Some time ago. He stepped the store to telephone. They know how important the larynx
l turned to him again,, her face was back to allow her to precede him couldn't locate either Dr. Nelson or might be," he said. "The X-ray pictures -
l- composed. up the narrow path to the cabin. Dr. Branch, and Ralph thought of show that this is importantthat 5i
" "1 suppose I should apologize, "Kate took"her car to the garage in me. I don't like to leave you here the obscure vocal folds and the AND
" now," she said coolly. Her poise, the village. alone-" back cavities of the throat influ- MOROLE
her detachment, checked the rush- "What for?" She thought that he was less con ence our speech very decidedly."
ing flood of sympathy and tender "To have everything checked be- cerned with her than with getting In producing vowels, for instance,
: concern. fore you start in the morning. I of- away. It didn't matter that this it was found that the hidden motions Strong Regard
' "It isn't necessary," he said stiff- fered to take it for her but she was her last night here. He was and placements of the larynx playa There is never jealousy where
ly, feeling that she had tricked him, seemed to prefer to go herself. grateful for an excuse, perhaps. She bigger role than the position 'of there is not strong.regard.Washk
f humiliated because he had been so Where have you been all afternoon lifted her chin. the tongue. With consonants, on the ington Irving.
naively moved by what might very ?" "I'm not afraid to stay alone." other hand, the major function is
well have been feminine histrionics. "Just drifting." "You might ride out there with supplied by ''the tongue.
"I won't, then." She bundled her "Didn't, it occur to you that I- me," he suggested diffidently and Pictures of stutterers revealed
bright hair into a rubber cap. "Apol I that we might be concerned about without, Gay thought, any special that in most cases spasms occur in
ogies are misleading." She sprangto you?" He held the screen door open enthusiasm. the larynx before they are discernible V% T1eiuM p
her' feet. "Come on. I'll race for her. "No, I'll stay here. Kate will be at all in the tongue or facial 1
you to the landing." "Not especially." She glanced up back before long." muscles. The traditional treatmentshave 1940 WORLD'S FAIR !f
She dove from the side of the float, at him as she stepped 'inside. He "All right." He walked to the door dealt almost exclusively with
came to the surface, set off toward was' frowning and the set of his opening into the kitchen, paused the visible ofgans. A delightful residential hotel t
the shore, swimming with an easy mouth was stern. "If you were, I'm there to ask, "You're sure you don't Dr. Westlake believes that as the near Fifth Empire Avenue State shopping Building section.and i
over-arm: stroke. He, followed, aftera sorry," :she added.A mind, .that you won't be afraid?" larynx becomes better known, it will I
moment. His strong brown body fire blazed and crackled in the "Certainly not," she said coolly, assume'great importance in speech Home-like rooms from$2 up
cut through the water, caught up fire-place.: She went to the hearth wanting to go with him more, she instruction. Electrical instrumentsare Hotel LE MARQUIS
with her, slackened its speed to the and held her hands to the warmth. thought, than she had ever wanted already available, he said, to '
slackening rhythm of her stroke. "Are you cold?" He struck a anything in all her life before, feel measure the amount of energy be- 31st Street at 5th Avenue
"You-aren't trying to win!" She match to light a lamp. ing each foot-step that took him ing expended in the larynx, and New York-City "
smiled at him across the strip of "A little. The air is chilly after away from her fall like a blow on these will facilitate__ correctional; Writs- /or Fret WorWt Fair.' Eookkt 'A
water rippling between them. the 'sun 'goes' down:" her .heart. treatments.
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THE average film star, saysa OUR COMIC SECTION QUESTIONSBrass

.statistician, only stays
popular five years. After that fixtures will not tarnishif
her relatives go back to work. given a thin coat of lacquer.

Some people only give good ad- e *
tlce because they're too old to set a A rubber band, wrapped several

bad Economy example., says Rueful little Ru-' D I Events in the Lives of Little Men I 0 times lid around, provides a stubborn a non-skid screwtopjar grip.

pert, is spending as as *
fun out
possible and getting no ,
Prevent accidents when you are
of it. doing cleaning work "
on a step-
\ Men's heads are getting n LADV, WOULD YOU &t INTERESTEDIN ladder. Nail a piece of emery to
larger, says a hat expert. On each step and you cannot slip.
an average, hats are now two HAVING A MOVING PICTURE START a *

sizes larger than 20 years ago.I COMPLEXION ? EIGN7Ts FRA0RANT BARS Do not keep dates in the refrig-
wonder what there's been in Of DIFFERENT erator. Leave them in the pack-

... these 20 years for anyone to r t h OLORED50AP' age and keep them on the pantry
have swelled head about. h shelf or in the kitchen cabinet until -
( i I.; .IN PASTEL S'HADES ready for'use.Simple .

k ; I FOR CENTS/WONIT ;
Stitches for
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From Orange CrateBy yOU SMELL It Household Linens

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IN THIS column we have shown a
to make useful, attractive /?

\.t things out of everything most
from spools to tin cans, but sev- I = '
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lately that I have neglected or- ,
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tables to match a smart new bed I I V
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cut down and then padded and Eo u E'PlCUtz 02 SuMY+lINc
covered with the gingham (detailed -
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lined with green oil cloth and {): @ :
each wears a green and white -.J ,:
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PAGE TEN THE CLEWISTON NEWS
FRIDAY
MAY 17, 1940


the graduates and the visiting mini- Wilbanks of Tampa.

ster o'n the stage which was simplybut The sale started at 1 p. m. with

Champions jt,' lsb.i gAid to Longevity F[ effectively decorated with Auctioneer A. C. McNurlen of

baskets of stately Easter lilies. Umatllla in charge. Tops on veal

Scripture readings from the Old was $8.40,. low $5.40 ; tops on
and the New Testaments were given )..
steers $6, low $5.60
; cows were
: : ; : by Miss Florence, Graham and J. high at $5.30, low at $4.90, and
D. Hooker. Two hymns were sung heifers 'sold for high $6 and low

by a group of girls the Student 565. This was the first sale to

\ Singers, under the direction of Miss be held since the late January
\ :7 biV! Alice
Steinholtz.
9i .freeze which hurt grasses In pas-

F tures in this section, as well as the

\. Stock Sale at LaBelle- rest of the state, cattle being reduced -
\\ r %% in weight ,
'. 'accordingly.PEXTECOSTAL
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12 : .. e (Continued from Page 1)
.'., ...".. ; CHURCH .
togs. .
'..'. Ab : Prizes of $5 each went to Ben South Clewiston
.
'\ }'. Cross and Miss Valeria Cross as
Services
Every'Sunday ,
":.' :
& \ the best dressed cowboy and girl Sunday school at 10:00 a. m.
and another $5 award was given to Morning .
worship at 11 a. m.
Oscar Luckey for being the most Young Peoples meeting 6// 30 p.

original cowboy in the procession. m. Rev. M. M. Dudley, -director. L
Lucky wore the typical range
Evangelistic services, 7:45 p. m.
rider's everyday outfit, unpolishedand
ap/iy Tuesday evening service 7:30 p.
"C unadorned.
m.
\ c Judges were W. L. Wilson of Friday evening service 7:30 p.
Jacksonville, state director of farm- m.

ers' markets, Bob Kelly, managerof The public is cordially Invited to

the Arcadia market and Dewey ,attend all. services.


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ANOTHER MethuselahTony mates that he has spent an averageof record of his skill for posterity

(left), five-time win- four full months each year witha when the opportunity was offered

ner of the U. S. professional all- rod and reel in his hands since him of starring in "Let's Go Fish- I i

around baitand fly-casting title, choosing his career at the early ing", 2-reel sound motion picture Appreciation

believes the sport of fishing to be age of six, following an unsuccessful that has been produced and is being -

a panacea for human ills. He experiment in the transmuta- distributed,by the Fisher Body ..'.. --- .:.

maintains that every month spentin tion of his mother's pet goldfish division of General Motors. Here, : -1t.-,

piscatorial pursuit adds a year into gold. Tony concedes that bar- Tony and Art Neu, former champion *... ;'..; ., .,' ': .::.
I to one's life. On this basis,-Tony, ring accidents a person might con- of the National Associationof :

now 45, should live to be more than ceivably attain immortality, if his Scientific Anglers, demonstrateone y

200 years old, if he never engagesin theory is correct. Nevertheless, he of the more beneficial 'aspectsof :!: of the loyalty of friends |:_: I.
another day's fishing, for he esti- was not averse to preserving a the sport. my

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Double Header Win i., Bud Lake Ward Worth, who team is secretarytreasurer organized by- Dr. Schaaf DeliversContinued :: for their support in the :!_:

Gives Local of the league, draws the best
Boys
players from the Lake Worth and ( from Page 1)

League's 1st Place West Palm Beach area.x Sunday's yj j election of 7th i iy
games should be' hard-fought' with Jesus that Is called the May '
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battles. Christ? \ I ,

(Continued from Page 1) Last Sunday Pahokee won over The high school auditorium, used : vy
Belle Glade 11 to 1. I"akeYorth for the first time for commencement
).
run in the 6th inning. won from Pompano 13 to 6. exercises, was filled with parents ,ti'A0

Line-ups for first game: and friends of the fifteen graduates.The Y

Clewislon ." Class of Fourteen congregation rose as' the proces-

Pos. Player ab h rcf. sional march from "Athalie" heralded S. Graves

Roberts 5 ,1 1 Seniors Receive the entrance of the graduates.The Steve

rf. Bell 3 3 4 girls of the class were in white

If. Carlton 5 2 1 caps and gowns and the boys in '
1 b. Calleja 4 1 1 Diplomas Tonight dark caps and gowns.: Rev. Kent ;, ,, : : : : 1; .. ) J:, \ I Iy

sb. F. Hollingsworth x 3' 2 3 I Pendleton, or'the' Community I': !. { .

ss. J. Hollingsworth 4 1 3 (Continued From Page 1)I) Church, Father Lawrence J.- Flynnof

2b. Ward 2 2 3 I' the Catholic Church, and Principal .:. ...

*c. Clark 5 ,1 1 Waters, Gus Cantrell. Carrol Redish I R. W. Turk were seated with .: : :..:.':": : : : :":": : : :": :..: : :..: :":":'.: :": :.': :..: :..: : : : : : : : : : : : : :": :": :..:..:..:..

p. Avant ._ 4 2 3 and Sam Lang.Certificates ------- - -
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Canal Point of perfect attendancein
Junior and Senior high schccl :ffi', .' ;; ; .
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Pos. Player ab h r .. 'i!> : '"
to be presented to the' follow- < "r. '
are _
3b. Stokes 4 3 0 \: lP-
,
ing students: .,., .
/. 4' r _, '.-
cf. Dimp ", 2 0 "" :
7th grade, Doris Poole, Edwin '" .
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fr. & p. Johnson 4. 0 1 r .

p. Parker .,',. 2 Q 0 Roath 8th, grade Nick ,Schiffli.Beatrice Pratt. _1- j .t.', t. B i IJ .. !;"fj ..
ss- Chock 2 1 0
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c. Sears 5 0 0 9th grade, Betty Berg. if1'-J 1 ,.- ," E) .
10th grade, Louise Roath. < .: '- ... .- .
lb. Hand ,1' 2 2 ; ... L
11th grade, Hager Lowe. :
If. Everett .-- F : ,
411 r"I
;. i.I 0 ,1 .
12th grade, Florence Graham. : '
', 1. ... .
2b. Kautz. 3 2 1 ,,"" ; J
p. Lykes: .' 3 O. 0 Maxine. Doty.Receiving i I i ilj; I
Summary... R H diplomas are Edythe W. f (ESSL: Slr.t1 \
Nell Charlotte .
Cornette Maxim ;( P..k-7.l
Clewiston ,101 477 0 .20 15 ; .t
Doty, Florence. Elizabeth Graham, '" I ,
W. t
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Canal Point 101 003 0 5 11 .', -J ; l''' .. 1.4'1 :
Lee Pridgen, Marie Louise Robbins, Y i'lor' c1 i\W" al 11 40.! 00 --II I
Hervey Arthur Bourne, James I t: H> ; 1'' 2".' 81 .
Clewiston ]II : j 0 :
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Benjamin Brantley, John Douglas L : :\ ; _
v
Line-up for second game: -- f&t...: _
Hooker, Louis Henry Leiter. ;,., 1@i'Y''I':
Pos. ab h _
Player '
r Richard \, i : .f [lj'
McCarthy Patterson, Bert ""
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cf. C. Roberts" 3 0 0 ,, ." """,1': ; 1 .
Wesley Schultz, Hector lIulisfl1eStone I m "' ; _
, rf. Bell 2 1 0 t-il- ; '
'' Edward Richard Von Mach ; : M t' :? "" '' \" < .fo.i' ft'w'
2b' WardIf. 1 2 0 and Walter Edward Zuhn, jr. ,::- "" ::-40. 1 ..I! h' '. ..ti. t. ... : .,...., \
.. Carlton 2 0 1 ;: ;1 L ;r --
It is to r.. i1Y: ,4r"2jf ,.I.tll' J" i(.IJ:; _
planned decorate the ( 11&.1
lb. Roberts : ; I
HA. 2 0 0 ; .i hf r,
stage in the class colors of purple: 'i I. : :, ,.a tJ: ;' r' '
3b. F. I
Hollingsworth 2 0 0 .. '
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and gold tonight. The seniors will "V ? ".. p :. ,I II.I 1 I II It
r---
ss. J.. Hollingsworth 3 0 0 I c. ;' tff; iiI:! !''ill c..G Ev..,. y n'
c. Bass 2 0 0 wear academic robes and caps, the : :f \ r f.. }::... .ar '
fi
p. Forbes 3 0 0 girls white, the boys black. 'W ( Il I; J!@: :J If. J J."alu,. 1" ( I IttR

Canal Point The following program has been J 1 i; j. ; III; \ I II
arranged: 'p. : ';i, l 'P.P "7? + t __
k. II'
Pos. Player ab 11 r ., I:; 1" ., TI
Processional, "The Heavens Re- ..: ; .,. 'f'fl ;W .r.; t"'J i,1'r'.: iit\ )I: _
3b. '
Stokes 3 0 0 l ) "
{ ;'
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sound"-Community Chorus. 1 '" ," 'Y.J ;t 1t. 'ft 'M JHlr'')
cf. c ,
Sims 3
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0 0 ":" ""' 1' : .""'- '7' \ '
Invocation, H. G. -- .J
Rev McLeroj.
p. Chock 2 0 0 .i} 1&& Wi I 'I I/ I .
Salutatory, J. D. Hooker. 1 \
f
Dimp ,_ 1 0 0 t7J '!' !t ,
Song, Senior Class. I.m L rjJ .
rf. Krautz .. .1 0 0 ijJJ.fJJ N Ihr
Awarding of medals, prizes } ; ..
2b. Crews :.4 .ii UIIII Ii'
3 0 0 P
.... BLENDED
certificates. ",.. + .. WHISKEY I
Hand ? 1.- ;\i; : .
c. / 3 0 0 : t 1 .1. ; 4..
lb. Parker Class History, Florence Graham ,;t i t.,}'.1'tlJllf" {! 1' I -i.J: ,; 2 0 0 I ?- 1'J
:!; i\i."t.! 'I f' I r
If: Everette' 't Class Prophecy, Lee Pridgen. .); >'j! / .. J ..i';!rj-2;'"' )f '" ? -- :..::...... : I Iml
0 0 t\tm; ; ... '..
Class Will, Hervey Bourne. f 'f-Ij io '' : ii# l \: tY ( "i I''
ss. Lyle
2 0 '
Summary: 0H Song, Florence Graham.. .. .:'. y c I I 5' a, ''JI I I A I 11 ft1i i s /I''' 7f1" CO.IHC.iA.I .
n. i :
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Address .1 ij il'f '. .II... I. ..
''"W. F. Therkildson. .
Clewiston I 002 010 3' 1 'r (" : ff .<:.11 l I
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Canal Point 000 000 0 0 0 Valedictory, Dick 'Patterson. Jf \ ,/J t1f/J
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Batteries: Awarding of diplomas, S. A. ; il JA'--

Clewiston: Avant and Clark.. Graves, county superintendent. : o. t I t 5;

Forbes and Bass. Recessional, "God of Our Fath "' I... .Jl- .

Canal Point: Parker, Johnson, I ers." I :, ", ;; i I! 't! -" ; \ pjJ / H flAT. J Giiii, iiIJIj

Lyles and Sears. Chock and Hand. : I ', \. UfnofNf rKESSLER'S
THE CLEWISTOX CODIUXI'l'YCHUnCH : :
Other bn
League Games l .
Six teams are entered in the

Coast-'Glades league: Lake Worth, i KENT PENDLETON, Minister!

Belle Glade, Pompano, Pahokee, The Bible School irocts r.l 1 !9:45)

Clewiston and Canal Point. a. m. with B. C. Flnnikcn! sup*. dr
I
Games are scheduled each Thurs- I
The '
Worship heui''at:: V 00 a.
day and Sunday during the sum- m.., James E. Beardsley is the choir t
mer, the Clewiston team's games director
and Mrs J. II. Doty is'
all falling on Sunday, because manyof pianist.

its' players do not have Thurs- The fermon topic will )c':' "fI,,"

day free. The 'Glades teams are Does God Produce Flith: ?'' ToI i
credited with having some of the I Jno. 30:30.

best talent ,available In this sec The C. E. Society meats on Monday -
tion.
I at 7:30: p, m., Lee Pridgcn K,
Next Sunday Clewiston meets I I PRIVATE BLENDA BLENDED WHISKEY. 75% Neutral Spirits distilled from Grain. 86.8 Proof.
president and Maxine
Lake Worth on the local diamond. I program leader. Doty is the Julius Kessler Distilling Co., Incorporated, Lawrcnceburg, Indiana; .


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