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Title: The Clewiston news
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Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
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Creation Date: May 24, 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:; 24 MOORE:; HAVEN, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MAY 21, 1040 SUBSCRIPTION 2.00 PER YEAH

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Run-off Primary Interest Vote Tuesday I Fourteen Seniors Given .


AN EDITORIAL,


Centers On County Races Clewiston voters-are 'urged to repeat Diplomas Friday NightSUMMER

their record for voting next

a. Tuesday: in the second primary elec C -
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EFFORTS BEING MADE TO F. TOPPER BUILDING NEW tion. The ballot is not so long, SCHOOL PROGRAM MIAMI: EDITOR GIVES SPLENDID

\. REPEAT RECORD VOTE HOME ON VENTURA STREETF. nor the pressure quite as great as ANNOUNCKD BY PRINCIPAL 1 I!. ADDRESS ON FLORIDAOPPORTUNITIES
OP MAY 7TII in the first primary, but the dutyof
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every elector to cast his ballot
Topper, a resident ofthe Regulations concerning summer
Every effort is being made to get Hooker's Point section for many remains the same. school work have been made in The new high school auditorium

county voters to go to the polls constructing new Four state officers and four coun- response to requests for students'to was filled to overflowing- several
is a
and a preference years, now ty officers remain to be voted upon, people were forced to stand throughout -
Tuesday; express home in the San Pedro section be permitted to make up work
by their ballot in the four im- Ventura Street. He is and all of them are most important. during the summer Principal H the exercises Friday evening
facing on
portant state-wide races, four coun- his construction work Surely we, all are strongly urged to W. Turk states that one hour per when the fourteen members of the
doing own
and three district have our final say-so in the governor's six Senior ,Class received their diplomas.The .
ty-wide races and expects to have it ready for day, five days per week, for
races and it is believed that there in few weeks. race. There is nothing more continuous weeks is necessary to Community Chorus sang;
a
will be few less votes cast in thetA occupancy important to the state ,than the '
I j entitle a student to receive a credit "The Heavens Resound-Mendels-
The house is a frame structure choice its 1,
. run-off primary than in the first of, governor. for that work. Only two credits shon" as the processional and the
with bath and two large bedroomson the United States
three weeks ago. Right now, I may be made by anyone. The work graduates in caps and gowns, the
the west side and living room, Senate is foremost in the thoughtsof
In the state-wide races interest must be done by a teacher who is speaker, principal, school board
dining room and kitchen on the, We should
have a
centers on the U. S- Senator race everyone. I certified to teach that particular members, county superintendent and
east. An 8x22 screened porch extends choice in that, and should exerCiseour '
between Charles O. Andrews, incumbent '' subject; and these certificates must assisting ministers'"\, entered and
almost entirely' across the fine democratic of
privilege
and Jerry Carter and the be passed upon by Mr. Turk before I took their places on the stage. Rev.
front of the house.I The house the choice.
making
race for Governor between SpessardL. the work is begun. I H. G. McLeroy, pastor of the First
rests on a concrete pile founda- General and State
Holland of Bartow and FrancisP. Attorney =! Next Monday morning, Mr. Turk Baptist Church, gave the invoca-
tion. It will have straight eight
Treasurer both offices
Whitehair of DeLand. Ed. R. are important will be in his office at the school tion.
inch siding and will be finishedon
the candidates themselvesmay
Lakeland and Tom Watson ; through building from 9''to 12 to check
Bentley of I Dick Owen, president of the
the interior with prestwood.The .
not be so well known here
of Tampa are in a dog-fight roof will be of metal. certificates of those! wishing to Junior Class, was master of cerermdnies.
In the county race ., the importantrace
for the position of attorney-general teach summer school work. These He introduced J. D. Hooker -
1\1; and the same holds true' for the Mr. Topper owns two lots at I I of representative lies between teachers will be issued the needed salutatorian, who the 'welcome -
considering W. 1\[, Davidson and Elbert L gave
the location and is
race for state treasurer between J. books by depositing the price of for the class to the. scores
moving the house in which he is Stewart. R. M. Harris and Selderi '
Edwin Larson and W. M. Wain- the books. This money' will be refunded of friends who had assembled "to
living at Hooker's Point to the Stewart run it off for county judge.R. ,
wright, present state auditor. Larson in the fall when books are help celebrate the completion ofa
I other lot for rental purposes. N. Miller and Mrs. Homer Taylorare
is the former state collector of returned. twelve-year task'
candidates, for tax collector and
internal revenue. i
B. E. Herring and Dr. C. E. Weaverare The Seniors sang the school song,
One presidential elector is yet I which written, words and
was
in the race for county superin-
to be chosen in group one there I ENGINEER DRAINAGE tendent. INDEPENDENT CANE music, by Miss Alice Steinholtr,
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being a contest between Iris Brown Vote early. This time the ballot and sung for the first time in public.

and Frank B. Dowling for this po- Enthusiastic applause for Miss
OFFICIALS CONFER is short, but important.
sition.In GROWERS APPROVE Steinholtz and the seniors showed

county races Elbert L. Stewart, interest in and approval of the

present representative, in the legislature -I ON WATER LEVELSAt song.
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l will be opposed by W. M. I SUMMER PROGRAM NEW CONTRACTSA The various .awards were made
Davidson of LaBelle, R. M. (Bob)
next. J. E. Beardsley, past com-

Harris county, high judge in the will first have primaryfor a run- the request of Col. Lewis H. I OF U. S. S. C. SOON meeting at which all the independent mander of the Clewiston post of

Watkins, district U. S. Engineer, the American Legion awarded -
off with Selden L. Stewart, B. E. cane growers, of the
J. E. local member of for the high-
Beardsley, the Post's medals
Herring of Clewiston will be in Everglades were present or repre-
the Everglades'Dr i1nage District I TO GET UNDERWAYThe held afternoon est scholastic average of the yearin
the run-off for county superintendent sented was Wednesday -
board arranged a conference be- the senior high school to 1IissRenee
at the Clewiston Inn for the
against ,Dr. C. E. Weaver of
tween officials and ,engineers here Wethington, a Junior., ,and
LaBelle and Mrs. Homer Taylor purpose of examining and approv-
this morning to discuss control ofwater" usual summer, repair and J. D. Hooker a Senior. C. E,
,- will oppose>-',ni> N._ :Kt'ler .': ing a new form ,of Contract for the
collector., -- "ortax, levels in' .U ;i}ke.aiid'con: (: maintenance programs fof the United purchase of their cane'bOy the UnitedStates Miner, school board; -member,, repre-,

servation of irrigation waters. States Sugar Corporation is now Corporation. senting Clarence P.. ''Bitting, presi-

There' are no district run-offs in The drainage officials present getting underway and will reachits Sugar dent of the United States Sugal-

.the Clewiston district ;but, in La- were unanimous in requesting a height about July ''1 it was r. E. Kurtz of Fort Myers was Corporation, presented :Mr. Bitting'sannual

Belle Blitz Wegman isv being opposed higher lake level and the engineers stated this week by Jay W. Moran I chairman of the meeting and J. E. award of twenty-five dollarsto

by George Poole and in admitted that the lake level of vice-president and general managerof Beardsley secretary. the Senior with the highest

Felda Jim Maddox'by E. B. ,Hull this date, a 15.2 average was three the corporation.The After a reading of the new con- I scholastic average to Dick Patter-

for county commissioner. The:' only tenths" lower than ,had been intended program includes some improvements tract the various sections were dis- son. The school's awards for

school board run-off is in district that the level should drop. The and repairs in the sugar cussed and all of the growers scholarship ,and for activities were

1 between Mrs. Fred L. Dunawayand present dry weather if prolongedmay house to improve efficiency of agreed that the new contract was presented to Dick Patterson by

M. O. Allen. result in a much lower lake operation but it is not considered even fairer to the independents Principal R. W. Turk. The school

The same election' officials will level. likely that this program will be so than was the former contract. While award for athletics was won by J.

serve in all precincts, polls to open The engineers agreed that in the ,extensive this summer as last. There most of the provisions are the same B. Brantley. Father L. J. Flynn,

l at eight and close at sun-down as future they would cooperate as will be some additions made 'to two most important Differences' are pastor of St. Margaret's Church,

usual. Absentee voting ends today closely as possible with the drain- rolling stock, additions and exten- that the payment schedule, is raised with a few very appropriate words,

and forty-two of these had been age units around the 'lake and when sions to the plantation villages, slightly for increased sucrose con- presented cash awards of fifteen

cast through the past Monday. at any time, they felt it necessaryto particularly in the Miami Locks- tent thus making a premium for dollars for first prize to Louis

1845 votes were cast in the first maintain a higher or lower lake South Bay area and the replace- premium cane and the virtual Leiter, and ten dollars for second

primary on May 7 and every effortis level that advices would be transmitted ment and re-conditioning of field elimination of penalties for excess prize to Dick Owen, in the essay

being made to get out as largea to the units through Mr.: equipment.The fiber; deductions: for which were contest, "Why I Am Glad to Be

vote next Tuesday. Beardsley of the Everglades board. new administration building, made under the previous contract.An An American."

The level of the smaller canalsis now under construction, is expec- explanation of this is thatin Professor Turk made a short

said to be well up at this time ted to be ready for occupancy by a normal period of harvestingthere talk, bidding farewell to the Senior..

Morans Leave For with no immediate danger to ad- July 15, the greatest single item will be no deductions. Early class. He also' distributed the

jacent lands but along the Caloosa- in the year's construction program. maturing, heavy fiber varieties har- 1 basketball letters, the certificatesof

a South American TourMr. hatchee where no provision is made During the past few months vested before January 1 will not perfect attendance. Special

for maintaining a higher level dur- water control activities have :been be penalized until after that date; awards in the form of booklets

ing dry periods the situation is expanded through the addition of formedium fiber varieties there is were given by Mr. Turk to Miss

and Mrs. Jay W. Moran expect I already serious. local pumping units which will per no penalty until after March 1 and I Florence Graham and Louis Leiter. '

to leave tomorrow morning Attending the meeting were H. mit better regulation of the water no penalty at all is figured againstthe Miss Florence Graham read the

from Miami aboard a Pan-Amel'l-1 A. Bestor and W. C. Prewitt repre- table. This work is not as yet late varieties.! II class history, a cleverly rhymed

can clipper for an extended tour senting the United States Sugar completed but in the sections where It is believed that the new con- I account of the twelve years the

around South America which will Corporation, F. E. :Bryant of the it is completed it las aided greatly, tract will mean ,a considerably I class has spent In school.<< Miss Lee

take them some 16,000 air mile! Pelican Lake and Pahokee districts in keeping moisture to the cane I larger income for the independent I Pridgen read the class prophecy and

in about thirty-five days. J. E. Beardsley of the Everglades during the past few weeks: of growers. I Hervey Bourne presented the class

The first stop of the itinerary is Drainage District, J. M. Couse of drought.All There was also a general dis- I will. Miss Florence Graham sang

in the Canal Zone where the first Diston Island Drainage District, construction work will be cussion of the proposed Congressional "Beautiful Dreamer".

night is spent. The following diy F. Deane Duff of the Sugarlandand rushed to completion by late fall legislation and of the letterof W. F. Therkildson, editor of the

they go to Quito, Ecuador on the Clewiston Drainage Districts preparatory to the' opening of the Joshua Bernhardt, chief of the I I'All-Florida page of the Miami

kt equator where they spend three and R. Y. Patterson of the South 1940-41 ,harvest season. sugar section of the U. S. Department Herald, made the address of the

aays. Lima, Peru, is the next Florida Conservancy District. -- of Agriculture i which hail evening. His topic was "Oppor-

stop and a three-day visit is schelul-: Bourne Is Appointed appeared in the current issue of tunity". Mr. Therkildson is a

ed. An over-night stop is made at ,WESTERN AUTO SPONSORS the Sugar Bulletin containing information widely-travelled man, whose knowledge -

Arica, Chile with the next principal NEW FISHING CONTESTVan : On Chemurgic Staff which vitally affects the- of many countries is gained

stop at Santiago, Chile. Three and proportionate share acreage of cane from personal experience. He chose
one half days are spent in C. Nelms, manager of the I he
visiting growers in the future. There was Florida as his permanent home,
Santiago, Valpariaso and Vina Clewiston Western Auto Associate Owing to this country's impending I
Del the require- extensive
also a discussion of said, because of the opportunities -
Mar before crossing the Andes Store stated this week that the shortage of fats and oils caused ments of soil building practices over any other section.,
Mountains annual fishing contest sponsored by by the Europeon 'war, the National -i /
to
Buenos Aires to
Argen- was
affecting sugar cane growers. His advice to the graduates
this chain of stores May Farm Chemurgic Council has i I
tina. Six days are spent in Buenos began on look about them at the many varieties .

r: Aires and Montivideo, Uruguay. A I 15 and every Clewiston fisherman appointed Dr. B. A. Bourne of OFFICERS ARE NAMED FOR of opportunities, and find their :

day in Sao Paulo in interior Brazil who takes a nice-sized large or Clewiston one of its representatives CLEWISTON BASEBALL TEAM; Continued on Page 10)
follows and a day at Santos in the small-mouthed bass from the lakeor to make test plantings of oil seed (

same country before a six-day stopat anywhere else in the area is bearing crops, according to Mr. '
who acted as VISIT
Rio de Janerio. A day is then urged to register it at the local Wheeler McMillen, president of the Peter Chagaris, ENGINEERS
Clewiston baseball -
president of the
store. Council.
spent in Recife, Brazil, another club last year was again elec- W. B. Smith and, W. E. Wunderlich -
day in Belem, Brazil and then the Five state prizes are offered in These lest plantings i include chia
the contest I from castor beans ted to that position at an organi- of the U. S. Engineer district
tour will leave South America for ranging from $12 to seed Mexico,
Port au Spain, Trinidad, and aftera I $40 worth of fishing tackle. A I from India, Java, Brazil and'a new zation meeting held on Thursdayof office in New Orleans werehere
tri
inspection |l1
day there the return trip to special cup is also awarded for the I non-popping variety, perilla seed last week.Business Wednesday on an

Miami will be made. largest small-mouth bass taken from Japan, and pyrethrum from manager of the team over the Caloosahatchee-Okeechobee.

whether a prize-winner or not. Yugoslavia The United States has will be G. E. Etherton and B. B. project.

Pan-American The itinerary is arranged by the First prize inthe state last year been importing in, large quantit McLaughlin will act as secretary- Mr. Smith is principal engineerand
Airways and interesting associate,
an
was for a bass weighing fifteen the products secured from these treasurer. Mr. Wunderlich:
side-trips are arranged at each pounds, two ounces' and the winnerin plants, and their successful cultivation Sidney Crochet has been namedas engineer in the New Orleans dis-
stop by auto, train and boat. was
interest here
one of the northern states wasa in this country will result manager of the team but no trict and their

: two pound, four ounce bass. in additional income for agricultureand field captain has as yet been selec- primarily in viewing methods of

V Land-use,planning is a process of There is, no entrance fee for employment for our idle acre* hyacinth removal being used on the

systematically amid cooperatively registering a. fish in the contest Headquarters of' ,the National ted.The Clewiston baseball club has. local project with a view to start

analyzing the problems of the people and everyone is invited' to partici-. Farm Chemurgic Council are locatedat to date, won three games and lost ing such a program in their own

and pf the land pate for the prizes, Columbus, Ohio one in the East Coast-Lake; league. district.H .



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Fearsome Weapons Produced INTERNATIONAL, Dry


When Man Seeks to Destroy SUNDAY 1 Lesson Catarrh Cured


With EstrogenBy
By HAROLD L. LUNDQUIST, D. D.
also be destructive. Turned to producing Dean of The Moody Bible Instituteof
R E ENn Mans Inventive genius can Chicago.
Pr of tear, it can devise instruments that deal death swiftly, (Released by Western Newspaper Union.)
+.or r rKr weapons DR. JAMES W. BARTON
unmercifully. Here are a few of them:
POSITION (Released by Western Newspaper Union.)
AMERICAN Lesson for May 26
treatment of atrophic
THE
.I WASHINGTON, D. C. AoJU tED Lesson subjects and Scripture texts se- the dry form of

Behind the President's speech to OU ET REIf MINE ASEHATCH / lected and of Religious copyrighted Education by internationalCouncil : used by catarrh, has not been satis-

the American Scientific conferencewas STABILIZING 1 J permission. factory,_ so that when any

a very genuine worry over the SPRINGS 1 -- JEREMIAH ANNOUNCES THE new method of
of the Western hemi- --
sphere.protection NEW COVENANT treatment, put TODAY'S

President threw aside a MAGNtTS forward that
The
I LESSON TEXT Jeremiah 313137. HEALTH
speech which had been prepared for r GOLDEN TEXT-I will put my law In may give relief
several days before, and during the their inward parts, and write It In their from the disCOLUMN
CAPS hearts; and will be their God, and they shall
tense hours just after Holland and be my people.-Jeremiah 31:33. comfort and em-
Belgium were invaded he dictated anew
draft which emphasized the importance -I I AIR, I FIAM9fux God's,law written in the hearts of barrassment of this ailment

of Pan-American unity, i iI all men-surely that is the ultimate these patients gladly seek it.

I plus force, to protect these conti- ?'.,' goal of all of our efforts, and thereinwe Treatment by X-rays and by
nents. He even' raised the question CHARGE: will find the solution of all of our pushing a rubber bag con-
whether the American nations could problems. Jeremiah the prophet,
stand idly by while dictators con- in the midst of a despairing people taining hot water up the nose

quer the rest of the world. with only captivity and sorrow be- has given relief often.

Behind all this were some very o c fore. u.them because. _of _their. sinful Recently, Drs. W. W. Eagle, R. D. \
careful studies which the Presidentand rebellion b against God, gives a Baker and E. C. Hamblen, Durham, l'
his naval and military strate- /t prophetic foregleam of the day N. C., recorded their
gists have been making of Western pEPrH-ET CABLE I when all Israel and Judah should ?? findings in Archives

hemisphere defense.It WATER ADJUSTED INTAKE REEL }know God. Sin was to be forgiven, 1 of < Otolaryngology,

may soundlike, scare headlines, fellowship restored, and men over % Chicago. They used
but it is no exaggeration to say R7:SASEy all the earth were to know God. estrogens in the

that to the strategists who take out Obviously, that prophecy is still treatment of 14 pa-

paper and pencil to figure on pro- future for Israel, but in the mean- tients with atrophic

tecting the U. S. A., Nazi activitiesin time God has permitted us to enter k %'' rhinitis. Small sec

Norway, Denmark, Holland and into the enjoyment of our covenantof tions of the mucous

Belgium have meant the very defi- grace.I. membrane or lining

nite scrapping (for the first time in The Old Covenant (vv. 31, 32). / surface of the nose
our 164-year history) of. George were removed and J tI
The promise of a new covenantat
Washington's Farewell Address on
studied be-
once raises the question, "What carefully
American isolation. I t 1i' was the old covenant?" We do not Dr.,&Barton fore the estrogenwas
Here is how the strategists figure injected into the
have space to make any complete
it out. The keystone of American
while nose, so that the actual effect of this
defense has been: study of it, but we note that with extract upon the mucous membrane
God did make a great covenant
1. A big navy in the 'Pacific. Abraham, founding the nation of would be known (any change in the
2. Friendship with Great Britain,
color, the cells, the amount of mu-
Israel (Gen. 17:1-14), the referenceby
which rules the waves of the At- cus or moisture.) After the little
Jeremiah is evidently to the cov-
lantic. piece of membrane had been removed -
Assuming that the British fleet Above: Two versions of the dangerous mine. Drawing shows how enant with Moses (Exod. 20-23). another little piece was removed

should disappear from the Atlantic, Germany's fearsome magnetic mine may be built so that it can be We observe that 'it was after the patients had been
1. National The old
( 32) cov-
the United States would then haveto dropped from a low-flying airplane. When attracted to a passing ship, enant was made v. with Israel only, treated with the estrogens from 27
maintain two fleets-one for the to 216 days: No patient complainedof
it explodes.
the other
and could bring blessing to
Pacific and, one for the Atlantic. deafness or head noises. J.
And it would take 'at least four nations of _the earth only indirectly,
as they might share the peace ana Twenty-Two Start Treatment.
years to build a new fleet for the
Atlantic. prosperity which would have come Twenty-two patients started the

to Israel had they been obedient to estrogen treatment but for economic

RIGHT ON FOREIGN FORECAST God. God was here dealing witha reasons and distance from the clin-
chosen nation for whom He hada ic eight did not return for second
No matter what they may thinkof specific plan and purpose. examination of the membrane.The .

Roosevelt's, domestic policies or 2. .Limited (v. 32). The blessingof patients washed out their
politics, some of his severest critics the old covenant was limitednot noses twice daily with salt solution

give him'credit ,for being absolutely only in the sense that it was -one-half teaspoon to a glass of

right on foreign strategy.' national, but also in that it was conditional water-10 minutes later washed it

Exactly two years ago the Presi- God's promise hinged on out again with one or other. of these
dent told his cabinet' in
categoric Ai His word in Exodus .19:5: "Now solutions (to remove the crusts that
terms that he was convinced war .i therefore, if ye will obey my voice had been loosened with the first

was inescapable in Europe, and that charges indeed, and keep my covenant, then washing). The estrogen substancewas

the results would be serious in the %UrL %,t x, ''
extreme for the democracies.Last factory They are me above all people." In other of the 22 patients reported that
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summer, also, he informed ;: dropped over submarines, words, the fulfillment of this cov- they were helped and wanted to

congressional leaders that ,war was i4r. L ./ +: lir'f m.9 ,% ) %y i:; crushing the hull via explosive enant was dependent on the faith- continue treatment.
inevitable in the autumn-and ry,<; ;;<
got fulness of the people. We know that
Ys Lower In all of the 14 cases where treat-
i'Y> ressure.
'ws
scoffed at for his warning.In t; I
they failed. there
ment was completed, was
view of the President's con- atY ..r i left: The torpedo 3. Broken by Israel (v. 32). God complete or almost complete disappearance -

sistent record for accuracy on was like "an husband" (v. 32) unto of the crusts and in not l...

things international, his present Israel. He was patient, tender, for- one case could the usual terrible
views are very much worth record trying to restore be noticed.
giving, always odor (from the crusts)
ing.By / them to Himself. He used His great The membrane had a more normal
nature, Roosevelt is an op 1itii power on their behalf as He "took color and a smoother surface.
timist. But regarding the present them by the hand," and yet we

allied position he is not optimistic. 4 read "my covenant they brake" (v.
In fact, he' is inclined to think that ka 32)). Human failure in spite of Colds May Be Due

the allies are in for a defeat, that God's promise and goodness, that

their situation is much more seri- is the history of man under law. To Emotional Strain

ous than the American public re Now, however, we turn to the new

alizes. of .
Naturally, the President is not expressing covenant. The New grace.II. Covenant (vv. 33-37). VIRTUALLY every physician has
the wife nursed
these views publicly. Also looked forward to the
tL Jeremiah the husband through an illness, f.,
they are subject to change. But the day when there was to be a cov-
in addition to having other work and
close study he is giving to the Mon- is
enant that
roe Doctrine, the defense of the 33). The reference other responsibilities on her shoul-
Personal
(
1. v.
ders. The patient recovered but the
American continent and
especially law written in
to a
here is not a
wife stricken and died of the
was
to the possibility of air
enemy be
book, which'may neglected or '
bases in Iceland, Mexico, and forgotten, or broken because thereis same ailment, usually pneumonia.

around Panama, all indicate that .wik no power in man to keep it. This What happens in these cases? The

he is figuring on the distinct pos- new law is to be written in the physical effort is always great-
sibility of a crushing allied defeat. hearts of men. It is personal-not but it is the mental, emotional or

s' 4,5'.- Above: French soldier something which he shares as a nervous effort that breaks down the

RED HERRINGOne loading a long distance artillery member of a great nation. resistance to infection. It was be-

of the weapons of modernwar shell. At left : 2. Universal (v. 34). From the lieved that the emotional upsetment,
is the red herring. Honor has the worry about the patient, was the
wired to the greatest, man'shall
Bombs to a wagon least every strain the
that on
factor put a
departed from warfare. The Nazis only
know God. That promise
in evacuated territory. heart and caused it to fail.
used subterfuge to get into Norway, awaits its future complete fulfill- ?
German aviators dressed in Dutch i- They explode when wagonis ment to Israel (and remember that There is, however, another factor

uniforms to land in Holland. Italy az ( '>: 'e moved. God has not forgotten His people). that causes the loss of resistanceto

maneuvered in ,the Mediterraneanto however, we have the infection in those. under emo-
',' : : : : Even now,
keep the British from sending too :;.7p-r: ?1 spiritual fulfillment of the promisein tional disturbances. We have all

many ships to Scandinavia. Musso- the Church. It is true now that, experienced the dryness of nose and

lini was the red herring. regardless of nationality, education, throat which occurs when we are

Therefore, it is not unreasonable wealth, or position-the grace of God excited, worried, in suspense, or
to figure that if Germany ever want- is made manifest in the hearts of "worked up" about something. It

ed to land troops in the Western men and women everywhere. is now known that this emotional

hemisphere, Japan would be the red 4dI 3. Assured by God (vv. 35-37). disturbance so affects the lining ol

herring, would send her fleet to- The old covenant of law failed, for the nose that it loses its natural .....
ward Hawaii. Probably she would the faithfulness of moisture or "protective"! moist
it hinged:!: upon
not land in Hawaii, but merely ma- i undependable man-"If ye 'will" coating that prevents harmful or-

neuver enough to keep the U. S. ..IT-. (Exod. 19:5). But the new covenantof I ganisms getting a body "hold."
fleet in the Pacific, prevent it from rests upon the "I will" of I Nature's Defense Line.

protecting the Atlantic coast. God grace(v. 34; see also Heb. 8:10-12). Dr. J. Kent Leasure, Indianapolis,
At present only four cruisers, plus This is indeed "a better covenant, recently stated;
one small airplane carrier and some 0 *r lxi { which was established upon better "When the nose and throat feel

decrepit destroyers, guard the At- promises" (Heb. 8:6). It is an dry as a result of emotional or
lantic. Before the Pacific fleet could: covenant" (Heb. 13:20).
i "everlasting physical strain, the body's first line
return through Panama to the At-
of defense against dangerous and
lantic, Germany could land all the
Be SatisfiedI troublesome colds is being smashed.The .
troops she wanted in Trinidad, or '
say to thee, be thou satisfied. thin moist coating of mucusin
Puerto Rico- or the northern tip of
South America. It is recorded of the hares that witha the nose is the body's barrier to

_. general consent they went to or defense against the organisms
-- -
Military minds calculate that Ger- .4M.--
drown themselves, out of a feelingof causing colds. Let the glands man-
man troops even could be landed in I Soldier in lead carries a "potato mash- their misery; but when they sawa ufacturing this mucus be put out
Newfoundland, which has, at Bot- \ er" for hurling at the of frogs more fearful time hall
wood of the best in grenade, handy company of action for as short a as "'1\..
the world., one And from Botwood airports, they 1 enemy. It explodes, spraying shrapnel than they were, they began to take an hour, and the cold-causing or-

could land in Maine about as fastas I over a wide area. These German soldiersare courage and 'comfort again. Com- ganisms can get into .the human
othersRob
be "over the pare thine estate with system and produce their unpleasant -
U. S. forces could concentrate purported to going top. *
aeainst them. ert Burton. and dangerous effepts.

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AROUND Items of Interest THE CHEERFUL CHERUB

HouseholdNeius .
"

-; the HOUSE ; GIs to the Housewife some' folks tave." wealtherough

to buy


An ordinary blackboard eraser Clear ammonia pure, not Just, zuv/tKing they

makes an. excellent shoe polisher. household-will remove paint from choose -
windows even when it has beenon

To remove lime in a teakettle a long time.' Apply with a I have my cosy

boil a little vinegar in it. scrubbing ,brush. rocking chair
*

After peeling onions rub the A bay leaf or a sprig of dried And books and ,soft'

hands 'with a little dry mustard, thyme is sufficient to season the old snoes. <
then wash in the usual way. gravy of a pot roast. '
I\ C''I1 a
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When you are cleaning paint- Earthworms are beneficial to
work in the house, rubbing it witha the soil in which they live and no
little boiled linseed oil and fin- effort should be made to remove

ishing by polishing with a soft them. If considered troublesome,
duster will make it clean and lime water will bring them to the

\. jw sparkling. surface.ish WNU Service.




Strange Facts B Y

HOWto I SEW RUTH YETH I

I 'Realistic' Paintings SPEARS'
c
l: Suicide Excursion
ic Fire Ruins Granite -

LOOPS 3 WIDE 12 yards were needed. About 15

sA,
when painting a holy personage on used for the scalloped edge.

an icon, used an odd method to The method of fastening the awning

make each figure "realistic." e i to the frame is illustrated.
A GET-TOGETHER,FOR THE GANG They would first paint the skeleton STITCH BIND \\i "" The fabric loops were made of the

(See Recipes Below) then the body organs, then TWICE THROUGH awning material stitched in place

the flesh and, lastly, add the TAPE through heavy woven tape.
Whether it's games for two or, the ..lyIz
clothes. Whether you have a new homeor
If you're planning a menu espe-
whole crowd, can flatter the go-
you
old 10 cents
an one, to cover
set by cially for men, be sure to'read
ing-on-19 PIPE
AW unusual ,Eleanor Howe's column next serving
refreshmentsthat week. wave, which occurred between ROETHROUG Spears' Sewing Book No. f can

1933 and 1935, 313.persons succeeded LOOP AMAROUND save you many 'dollars.: In it are
l air of so1 Whether chairman of the
an you're
carry in into the volcano USE ATEE A complete directions for slip covers -,
jumping on
1 f phistication.Theyneedn't "Eats Committee" for the Busi- PIPE AN ELBOW AT CORNERSD ''
the island of Oshima. Of the 1,208 curtains, bedspreads, dress
be a bur- ness Men's club, or planning a
11t, others who foiled the ing tables and clever and
were by AND MRS. NEWHOUSE many
1 den on the chief supper party for Dad or a high MR.
( cook, either, if school age son, you'll find hintson guards at the crater's edge, 29 out over their back- original things that may requirethe
she masters a few how to be successful, in this managed to jump off the boats on yard and werein: no mood to plantan aid of Friend Husband to drivea
in week. There'll be' the way back to mainland.. acorn and wait for it to grow nail or two. Write today and
/(1: I short cuts preparing column next
ask for Book No. 1. Address
:
up to give them summer shade.
them. menus and tested recipes, too.
Sandwiches, salted nuts, olives and radishes, little cakes and coffee is noted for its hardness and ond-hand pipe for a song and MRS. RUTH WYETH SPEARS'
make a spread that appeals to any degrees) for approximately 18 min- durability, ''granite buildings have made a sketch for,the frame of a Drawer 10
utes. Cool and frost with boiled) shelter like the I have shownat Bedford Hills New York
age, and that is sure to be acclaimedby been known to crumble and fall in one
enthusiastic youngsters. Serve icing. devastating fires that have only the upper right. He had a Enclose 10 cents for Book No. 1.

decaffeinated coffee, so that youthful College Cakes. scratched marble surfaces.Collier's. plumber cut and thread the pipeso Name ...............................

enthusiasm needn't be checkedin 3A cup shortening it could be put together.easily. Address .............................
demand for second and Mrs. Newhouse"wanted the shel-
a cups; lei cups granulated sugar
V,*,>1, ;pass lengths of stick cinnamon instead ,2% cups cake flour Our Meditation ter to be as cool as a dell, so she
avoided all the hot red and
of spoons to stir this tempting 1 teaspoon baking powder orange
brew. By all means flatter the so- % teaspoon soda Though reading and conversa- colorings. The ,pipe frame was

phisticated teensters by using your Vi teaspoon salt tion may furnish us with many painted bright blue. Then she
best demi-tasse cups. 1 cup sour milk ideas'' of men and things, yet it selected green and white striped
An assortment of sandwiches can 1 teaspoon vanilla is our own meditation must form awning material for the top. This FREE, I I3cuiours

be made in short order if you cut 4 egg whites our judgment.-Dr. I. Watts. I material was 30 inches wide and (OOL gj D

the bread lengthwise, after remov- I UEreryPackage ,
Cream shortening, add
ing the crusts, and buttering. Spread sugar
gradually, and beat well. Sift the .
the filling on,one big slice, top with '
another, and cut into half a dozen flour, ,soda baking and powder salt ASK ME 'T A Quiz With Answers
small sandwiches. You can make
together; and add j/ Offering Information Mixed Defense
attractive little cakes that will lookas
to the creamed indiscriminate defense of
.ANOTHER f The
handsome as the French chef's : on Various Subjects
mixture alter- I right
and wrong contracts the
"petit fours" by cutting a plain loaf
..
cake or plain layers into small nately with sour i T understanding, while it hardens'the
milk and soda.
heart.-Junius.
shapes. Then cover with frosting, Beat whites l The Questions word for a peck measure, a
and decorate with candied fruit. egg petty fault, or a piglike mammal?
until stiff and fold
After-Dinner Coffee or Demi-Tasse. into the batter. 1. Rome was built on how many 10. What British islands in the "TAKING THE- COUNTRY DEALER BY FOR STORM"
ASK YOUR
(Extra Strength.) Spread in shallow f hills? South Atlantic control the Straitof KENT The 7SIngl Outstanding.orlODoubl BLADE.Edge VALUE Blades IU MIC

Use 1% heaping tablespoons decaffeinated greased cake 2. How is the temperature of a Magellan? CUPPLES COMPANY, ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI

coffee, regular grind, for pan and bake in a moderate oven Centigrade thermometer reducedto

each cup (lk pint) of water. Make (365[ degrees) for about 25 minutes. Fahrenheit? The Answers Evil Is Failure
by any method desired. If using de- Cool and cut cake into fancy shapes ride
Godiva
3. Why did Lady I I However things may seem, no
caffeinated coffee drip grind, meas- with cookie cutters. Ice with pastel '
through Coventry? 1. Seven. evil thing is success, and no good

ure heaping well-rounded tablespoon.tablespoon insteadof tinted College Icing. 4. What is. a salaam, a fish, a 2. Multiply by 9/5 and add 32. thing is .failure.-Samuel Long

College Icing. salutation, or a small coal bucket? 3. To help the people escape. fellow.

Rolled Sandwiches. 2 cups granulated sugar 5. To win the Democratic pres- heavy taxes.
1 loaf bread (very fresh for rolling) Vs teaspoon cream of tartar idential nomination a candidate 4. A salutation.
KILL ALL FLIES
'4 cup butter (thoroughly creamed) 1 cup hot water must receive-a majority of the 5. A majority.

2 packages cream cheese 1 pound confectioners' sugar votes in the party convention, two- 6. One chief reason: Owing to Placed Killer attracts anywhere.and Daisy Kills flies.apN' Fly

2 tablespoons cream (approximately) thirds of the votes, or four-fifths of their size they require a minimum Guaranteed=eflecUve.epil-
; convenient Cannot
% teaspoon'salt Cake coloring the votes? amount of testing substances. 'e WUlnot soil orlnjure anything.

Red and green liquid food coloring Cook sugar, cream of tartar and 6. Why are rats used extensivelyin 7. A car developing 100 horse- ?.,Y Lasts dealers.all Harold eeason.Some 20o e.at Inc.all,.

Remove crusts from a fresh loaf water in a saucepan until a thin biological research? power at sea level will developbut 150 De Ball Ova.B'ldynN.Y.rI
of bread. Cut entire loaf in thin syrup is'formed (226 degrees). Cool 82 horsepower at 5,000 feet iFlirc KILLER
slices lengthwise. slightly. Then add confectioners'sugar 7. Will a car develop less horse- elevation because the density of

Butter each long to make an icing of pouring power at-5,000 feet elevation than the air decreases with altitude.

slice and spread consistency. Add coloring, then pour at sea level? 8. Its width. Early Fear

I /z of each slice 1 f icing over the cakes, covering them 8. What is the beam of a ship? 9. Petty fault. Early and provident fear is the

with a filling entirely. Decorate as desired. 9. What is a peccadillo-a Span- 10. Falkland. mother of safety.-Burke.

made of cream Vb Old-Fashioned Filled Cookies.
cheese moistened
(Makes about 30 cookies.)
with cream and

tinted pink with 2 1 cup shortening brown SPEED'S OKAY IN BASEBAll BUT I LIKE MY CIGARETTE rLj
red food color. Spread the other cups sugar
half with moistened cheese tinted 4 cups rolled oats SLOW-BURNING. CAMELS BURN SLOWER AND GIVE ME
with green food color. Roll like a 1 teaspoon soda

jelly roll and wrap in a tea towel Vz cup boiling water THE EXTRA I
wrung out of cold water. Chill and 1 teaspoon vanilla extract SMOKING
*3 then cut into thin slices for serving. 1% cups flour
1 teaspoon cinnamon
,
Cornucopia Sandwiches.Slice .
'
/
Cream shortening and add sugar GEORGE CASEleading base-stealer c
fresh bread in %,-inch slices. a
Trim off gradually. Add rolled oats. Dissolve ,: : %i' of the major leagues
crusts, so that each slice
is about soda in hot water, and add to
2'/fe inches
with softened butter square and : Spread creamed mixture with the vanilla. CASE, Joe DiMaggio,"Bucky" Walters,
desired
any Add flour and cinnamon, and mix < sandwich filling. Roll, to forma f4 Mize...so many the players
cornucopia or horn. Fasten with well. Chill, roll out very thin, and y' 'f '' t in America's favorite sport prefer America's favorite
into rounds. Place
cut a teaspoon
toothpicks. Chill well before serving. y'> i cigarette-Camel.
of date filling between 2 cookie .v.::
Fort Atkinson Ginger Creams. rounds and press edges together' r/ They have found-and you will find-that Camel's

(Makes 3 dozen 1-inch squares) with a fork. Place on greased cookie" ''/5" '7' '" ,Y' s' matchless blend of costlier tobaccos and Camel's
t" Ih cup shortening sheet and bake in a moderately hot I r
several
slower of burning mean important
2 tablespoons sugar oven (375 degrees) for about 15 mine way
2 cups flour utes. "extras" in steady smoking pleasure and in actualti'

% teaspoon soda amount of smoking per pack (see below,left).
'/ teaspoon salt Here's a Booklet Every

1 teaspoon ginger Hostess Needs.
1 cup dark molasses FOR EXTRA MILDNESS
1 egg (separated) Eleanor Howe's cook book, Easy G MF Z F ,

1 cup boiling water Entertaining, will give you menus O la recent laboratory tests,CAMELS EXTRA COOLNESS, EXTRA FLAVOR-
and tested recipes for other "Teen t .
Cream shortening and burned 25% slower than the average
gether. Sift flour, soda, sugar salt and to- Age Parties." There are hints for of the 15 other of the Jarg selling 4
planning picnic lunches, and beach
ginger, and blend with the creamed brands tested-slower than any of y
parties, too, and suggestions for for-
mixture using a pastry blender or mal and informal entertaining of ev- them. That means, on the average, a vy; <: ; ,,:?{ :.,' i CAMELS
a fork. Add molasses and egg yolk] ery kind. Smoking plus equal to t5B "'' r; ;
and beat .well. Then
add boiling Send 10 cents, now, to "Easy En- & "
water, gradually, and beat well. tertaining," care Eleanor Howe, 919 g" EXTRA SMOKES
Fold in stiffly beaten egg white. North Michigan Avenue Chicago, COSTLIER TOBACCOS
O SLOW-BURNING
j batter PER PACK!
Spread in
greased jelly roll] and get your copy of this useful
pan (about' 11 by 16' inches) and book.
bak in a moderately hot
; oven (375
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FOUR THE CLEWISTON
FRIDAY, MAY 24, 1040

American Club of Polk County," and J I
The Clewiston News a mild spring that was more that. She simply planted the bulb,
but everybody know whence it like Indian summer than anonymous clipping laid in a con-
any thingwe've kept it watered
let
and
It
grow. Thebank's splcious place
came-from a candidacy which on the dressing-
seen in Florida,
we shouldn'tcomplain bouquet
of
realizes its defeat and, in despera- late has had table: ,
Published every Friday In Clewiston, of a little dust. But we
Florida by the CLEWISTON NEWS. some lovely dahlias from Mrs.Stewart's You dear, be
Inc. tion, stoops to the contemptible will try to remember that we dOn'twant garden, too. may my my true love,
measures of the character assassinand The lady of my heart
to into "
move the "dust bowl. *! *
the political thug. But, after The passion of my life In fact ::1.-
KEATHLEY BOWDEN, Editor all it is The faithful Pearl, who presidesover My counterpart
perhaps, not so far out We very ,
measured dahlia
a at the Inn
the kitchen at
of line that the Whitehair candidacyuses Saturday. It our house, tooka You may be good to look at, and
was eleven inches
in
long week-end off
Entered as second class mall matter the swastika on its campaign diameter, strong, sturdy and recently, and Undoubtedly you're sweet,
February 1, 1927 at the Poet Office In literature.-Tampa Tribune. up- as a result the family nearly starv- But can't you just remember once
Clewiston, Florida under the Act of I right on its own huge stemIt ed. There's absolutely nothing in That I like
steak to eat?
March 3, 1587.9nbweription. was simply
a large variety of the daily work of, newspaper-ing,
SENATOR PACES CRISIS
dahlia, for Mrs.
Downs said shehadn't that makes one a good cook. It was

Rate 2.00 Per Year. The following editorial which B-i-ed It or anything like no surprise, therefore, to find an Is Your Subscription Paid?

Advertising Rate On Application. appeared in the Miami Dally News, - -----

Sunday May 12, 1940 is, Senator
Charles O. Andrews' supporters believe
Devoted to the advancement and welfare -
of Clewiston and Hendry County.It worthy of the considerationof f y : / .
a
citizen of Florida -p- ------- -
every : i
In times of great crisis, a nation's '' f
begins to look like the law political leaders are also its moral
of averages has put the U. S. leaders.'hen emotions begin to ,
Engineers here behind the eight- 1
run free, a country's destiny can
ball again on lowering the lake depend on whether these leaders (.

level. put on the brakes or 'step on the I ;;:,
accelerator. :.

The President vetoed the Rivers I That Is why we are pleased with :\
and Harbors appropriations this I the, judicious, unstampeded reactionof DISTINGUISHED .' '-I -
week and the effect is expected to Florida's Senator Charles O. "

be felt in a few months on the Andrews to the latest European. SERVICE / ;

Okeechobee project, to what extent crisis: i .

no one can yet hazard a guess. "The shocking conditions :which, I \ '.'
I
find Europe ablaze with a steadily ) -
,The Allied forces appear to have spreading war make it vitally I In 1918, the Distinguished ; t'

recovered to some extent from their necessary that I forego any engage- I ;. I Service Cross was awarded '..: ,"'; ';, .' .>--""
apparent early rout in the Nazi ments in Florida at the time.. tal I ';
drive but we are wondering if aid in taking such steps as may- !| Spessard Holland by ,a grateful <",*i'j "/

they'll be able to hold for long be required for the best interests \ nation, because he had proved '; this "

against a type of attack with which of the United States and the Monroe courage under fire., In ;,'J ;?;-,
they seem to be so powerless to
Doctrine in this crisis. '
cope. 1940, a grateful Florida is ,<, ; ) ; ,_
"Not
even the swift developmentsof \ -
the past few hours, however, '- -.J:::c' recognizing his twenty-year :' ,, :
An appeal is being made for '' record of /: '; :'
have shaken my belief that we'can ( Distinguished Public : rr. .
Red Cross funds to 'be'used in relieving keep this nation "' Service and :' "'.
out of the ; .: / clean fight for ;
the suffering of war refugeesin ; "
.
European tragedy. I now repeat ..\ 'i.:: i- good government. ;
Europe. We in America who with added emphasis that I shall ,, ; ,

go about our daily tasks In comfort continue to oppose sending American :, .:t! ;..,;' l.l
and safety should be willing to boys to fight battle- "' '
on foreign
< ; :.t; 5
make some sacrifices'to help relieve I fields. ,< 'i Grave responsibility lies just ahead In a war-torn world. Leaders _

the distress of these innocent. war "If we must fight to defend this --:'; ''w. ..: of proven stability will be needed in this crisis a ,steady hand -,., _';
victims. I nation, or to uphold the Monroe -- '"',;:.' must be at the helm of the Ship of State. We'll need courage of .' u. j.'
'
doctrine, I determined we shallbe '''.: N the kind that brought us through the last conflict '. that's why ; /':<',
Last minute charges' against ready." thousands have turned to Spessard Holland as the PEOPLE'S '

candidates, made at a time when It is a comfort, to know that this CANDIDATE FOR GOVERNOR. '
the opponent has no time to answer, man is' practically sure of renomina- "

should not be seriously consideredby tion and re-election to the bodyof '
: ;
any voter. Everyone admiresa > : "
,
96 ,
men without the assent"of .
clean fighter and those candidateswho a majority of whom----- thpr_____ ran__u ho f IJ I" .! .. .
conduct their campaign on a no American military involvementin Iq wJL WLU'
high plane will be rewarded for
so Europe. It is an equal comfortto ,. ,
doing. n.y.w M {ri9 : H. .y;y; :' : ,; J.{
know that he is alive to the }
passing need for increasing our
Go to the polls Tuesday and national
defense to the point wherewe
cast your ballot for the candidatesof
need
never doubt our ability
your choice and remember as to defend the Western ,hemisphere
:you do so that this country is one should its security be challenged.RAMBLINGS 4;
of the few left in the world where _
such a privilege remains to the

while people.we It are is a at sacred'times right prone and to I .:*:*:**:*4:********iv*****:**:***'M* :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:....:.. : :' JF 0 R G 0 V ERN 0 R \- \,'\>_,

lightly regard it there are few of -
us who would not be willing to fightto .

protect it if the need arises. '. (Pair for by Clewiston friends ofSpessard L. Holland)

-- By B. B. ..
OUR YOUNGER GENERATIONIt

I...M..N..N..N..N..N..N..N..N..N..N..N..N NON N..N. ..N+-.N..N 1..:N.I 'r
must have been pleasant sur- i

prise to all the younger generation I These are the when
days we all
Friday evening to hear Father I 1 1sit tensely by the radio-heart- To The Citizens of .Clewiston:

Flynn say "in all my experienceI broken at the news we hear. The

have never known a finer, more I war-torn countries have sons and

wholesome group of young people daughters in our midst, and WP- Just before the second make the
than we ''have right here in Clewiston" feel the deepest sympathy for them primary please permit me to '

Father Flynn is in position when we know of the desperate following announcement:
to know whereof he speaks. He plight of their families and friends

has lived in other towns and other back home. After I am elected to the office of Superintendent of Public
sections, and much of his time
spent in contact with young folks is ing These, as we adopted all are citizens, that are Americawill hop- Instruction I shall at all times and in eyery way extend to the

them.and in working" with them and for remain clear of the conflict, citizens of Clewiston and to the schools in C l Ie w i s ton-that

and will be a symbol of freedomand
The remark was made in award- liberty in a world ravaged bya courtesy and consideration to which they are rightfully entitled.
ing the essay prizes at graduation' madman'who
exercises, and the hearts of all meaning of freedom knows or liberty., not the Partiality to either part of the county will not be a factor in

with the parents pride. Father should have glowed the administration of. the duties of the office.
Flynn's praise Numerologists, astrologers his- f

We is, in do have our opinion a fine, wholesome, well deserved. :I torians, and just plain amateurs The people who know me will,, believe these statements.
group | foretold the outbreak of the presentwar.
of and young people here in Clewiston, But they have disagreed in Many parties in Clewiston have brought to my attention that
we are very proud 'of them.
If they are typical of their generation Perhaps predicting it its is progress just'' as and well outcome.not to in the schools there they desire that some additional attention be

pendulum, as we has believe swung they in the are,other the Just know pray too much foe about and the future. I paid to music and agriculture and vocational training.

peace prepare
recent direction, and those who have in for 'any emergency, seems to be I Several have expressed the wish to have a band in the school.If .
years spent their spare time I the best advice of the day.

ation wailing coming"what's to the?" younger will find gener-that We I these changes are approved by the majority of the parents

the younger generation is coming J ago our remember own Senator that several Andrews weeks, there and if humanly possible to provide the additional funds for

to personality the development: that their of character elders will and while that "the In Clewiston, told his audience same without cutting teachers salaries or increasing the tax levy

find it hard to equal. of which I naval am a affairs member committee, is de-, '''in the county I shall be more than pleased to do all I can to ac-

A "LOW" IN POLITICAL termined that the United States complish this end.
shall be
superior to any nation on

DEPRAVITYA the sea, in the air and under thewater" My office will always have the latch string hanging on the out-

.
Senator
leaflet, distributed in Tampa I at work with that Andrews committee is now hard, side and suggestions and advice and constructive criticism will
yesterday, has ,
on its front
a large
swastika I speeding all plans which have been be welcomed.
and this: "Is Hitler underway ,
: for many months to in-
Coming To "
,
,Florida
six ? Inside are crease. the defense of America. It is real to to appreciation for
more swastikas, with a dirty a pleasure express you my

likened attack on Spessard'. Holland, who is When the war is exhausted as the courtesy and human kindness with which you have re- M
to Hitler
and Stalin, while
his supporters the topic of conversation, the next ceived 'visits in city.
Gestapo of are classed with the remark is likely to be: "will it ever my your

of Russia. Germany and the OGPU rain?" And it shall be my earnest desire to do my best to please

of This'literature is the of most the entire despicable piece Our gardens are fast going to you and to conduct the office in peace and harmony and with

attempting to brand campaign, seed, as the result of Minsliinn and real and benefit to the community. '
i blem with the em no rain. And as for housekeeping, improvement .. .:; : .:: ,
of nazl '
horror and '
hellishnessa .
it is .; '">
really a chore. The ,, '
man who only, '- ';::"
won a: Distinguished
'
thing possible is to clean house, Sincerely :>: .
Service Cross for valiant fighting ''" .-. -. _
for his country and democracy in1\ close the the windows and doors against ';\,: ...::>< :'jIt
dust
and
keep the house clean
war and
whose career in peace
has
been characterized by unquestioned but fresh do air.without the breeze and |; C. EW7
At house
and our we leave 'r eavert
unwavering 100 per cent Ameri- the windows | .
canism. open and enjoy the
The folder is fresh air, and just put up with the I
signed "The
Real
.. --. dust. After a cold, cold winter. .. .. ..... .. ..., ... --. _. -, ---. -- -
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FRIDAY, MAY 24, 1940 THE CLETVISTOX NEWS
PAGE FIVE

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Florida-Georgia Corps from date of issue, $5.50; NonResident The first statement was filed be- Carolina, and Tennessee. The clos- "

10-day continuous license, tween April 7 and 12, inclusive, ing date for the .r;
receipt of
Area Recruits for Army $2.25. No license is required fora by 46 candidates, who listed expenses cations is June 18, 1940, and appli-
applications -
resident to fish in his home coun-I totaling $4,615.98, and the :
,- must be on file with the Good Farm.
ty. 1 second statement filed by the same
Fifth
TJ. S-
Colonel Daniel D. Thomklns. manager Civil Service
. for the I number of office seekers submitted District, New Post Office Building,
officer
Cavalry, recruiting Sugar Is Seen As I April 25 to 29, inclusive, gave Atlanta
states of Florida and Georgia, an- $827.18. Georgia, 'on or before that I :Land
date.
i
that extensive
nounced today an
recruiting campaign is now in pro- Antidote for 'Nerves'Cincinnati 1, These examination are open to

gress and that it is believed that CIVIL SERVICE EXAMINATIONS men only, as there are adequate :for :RenJ
this corps area will be called upon ANNOUNCED BY COMMISSIONThe registers of female eligibles. Appli-
May 22.-For that
to enlist approximately 1650 men cants will not 'be accepted from
feeling of nervousness or apprehension t United States Civil Service 'Ume.THANK .
per month during the next few women at this *
'take a lump of sugar or
Commission announces open competitive jt
months in efforts to adequately pre- :
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pare our first line of national de- some other sweet. examinations for filling tIlt I'
With the whole world: feeling
positions of:
fense, the regular army of the
nervous and apprehensive these
United States, to meet any emergency Senior stenographer, $1,620 a I YOU !
days, that may prove a popular and
that might arise. I year; Junior stenographer, $1,440
Trespassers
helpful slogan. It is based'on a 'the I
Realizing impossibility of fcec-
Ia I Senior
:year; typist, $1,440 a
The recruiting 'officer also states '
report to the American'' Psychiatric |I ing and 'personally .tluinking '(he- '
I year and Junior typist, $1,260 a Will '
that there will be a large numberof 'Association, meeting here, that a Be i
year for men only for filling vacancies more than a :quarter million'
suitable vacancies in allLI
open
i strikingly large number of '
I branches of the 'servIce which offer. "nervous"' patients have abnormallylow 'in the Federal Classified Ser- Floridnns 'who voted for me in ProsecutedClewiston ,

wonderful opportunities to young concentrations of sugar in their vice throughout the Fifth U. S. the ;:primary of May 7th, I 'take

white male citizens of the United iblood. Civil Service District, which com- this method expressing to each ..
the of 18 and prises the states of Alabama, Flori- of sincere I-' :,
States between ages The discovery was made by Dr. one you my appreciation :oo"" to
35 years, single without dependents, William 'Y. Baker, of ,Seattle. The da, Georgia, Mississippi, South for jour support and the

of good moral character and in good patients he examined complainedof confidence placed 'in ,me. I as- ,\ t

health free from incapacitating or anxiety, fear, apprehension, ten- (PAID POLITICAL ADVERTISING) sure you such confidence ''be

disfiguring ''deformities. They must sion states sleeplessness, sweatingand protected 'by continued fair, 'impartial -
be able to pass, the' intelligence and spells of uneasiness.. War
UnnecessaryIf and efficient service to I Realty And
literacy tests as prescribed in "In some instances of both nor- the extent of my ability. I "
regulations governing recruitingfor mals and neurotics," he reported
the regular army. here, "the degree of hypoglycemialow you don't want your sons and THAXK 'YOU. DevelopmentCorporation

I W Any Information as to qualifica- ( blood sugar) approximatelythe nusbands carried off to war to :

tions required for any vacancy that level seen in induced coma of return crippled or, not at all, vote ComptrollerJ. : I

exists may be obtained at any of insulin shock therapy." for Jerry Carter Six of Jerry's M. LEE
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the following army recruiting ''substations When he discovered the low blood seven sons are y' ,

located throughout the sugar levels in normal persons as of military age : # .
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states of Florida and Georgia, Post well as neurasthenic patients, Dr. and definite : :
reasons why N fs' ------ - -
Office Building, Miami, Fla., Jack- Baker investigated further and '
sonville, Florida, and Albany, At- discovered that these normal per- Jerry will strive f I i
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lanta, Augusta, Columbus, Gaines- sons had vague symptoms of hunger, to keep us out f i"'ri.' .:y '

ville, Macon, Savannah and listlessness or uneasiness at times. of war Jerry '- life-long Democrat! ;1

Valdosta, Ga., Court House Building The low blood sugar levels, he will develop ? "

Rome, Ga., National Guard said, should be investigated furtherby National De- ;
Armory, Waycross, Ga. psychiatrists because they may fense and resources : a business executive, .

have definite bearing on mental illness removing ....,

Black Bass Season I. quota restric-sugar accountant, educator : ,.,

tions "
Re-opened May 20th Engineers Starting protection- secure for Jerry W. Carter and lawyer! 'Ji

the farmer citrus grower, live ,.
Levee Repair WorkAs stock industry. -ommercial fish-
Tallahassee, Fla., May 24. One
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ermen and Insurance of
reserves i
minute after midnight, Monday policy holders-He will provide J. EDWIN LARSON

morning, May 20, the 1940-41 is customary each year be- "Opportunity for Youth and Se-
Florida black bass season openedIn fore the start of the hurricane sea- curity for the Agedassurlng

nearly all counties of the State. I son the U. S. Engineers have be- Immediate employment for relief for r

I, N. Kennedy, executive gun work on the repair of eroded workers with Investigation and ::f t
'' spots in the levee around Lake ,
? tary of the State secre-I certification afterwardsguaranteeing _
Game and Fresh Water Fish, Okeechobee.Ten fair treatment to labor. 'STATE

today that it appeared that County dump trucks have been Jerry will make loans to small

Judges and their authorized agents leased to supplement the seven gov- business a reality and relieve mer-

were doing a "land office" ''busi- ernment trucks and three draglines chants of Federal nuisance taxes., TREASURER d4V ,
ness in selling fishing licenses to have been placed at work to exca- Jerry Carter saved millions of dol- uk FrMr
the ardent Izaak "Waltons of the vate material. This is routine summer lars for FlorIda :
through lowering Larson's entire manhood is service the .
State. repair work and extra equipment freight. ,an open book of to ;
and
is being added in order to 'passenger telephone Democrats' of Florida. For six years he was U. S. Collector of
While most Counties are .open rates. He will show greater accomplishments -
rush the work to completion within Internal Ue.\enucL prior 'to \\hich he was State Representative,
to fresh water fishing, there area with greater op-
thirty days.CANDIDATES. State Senator, Chairman n of the Board of County Commissioners
few in 'which the 'seaSOn will not portunities..
open until ''later. Vote for Jerry Carter for united (Clay County), major of Keystone Heights and 'principal of the
MUST FILE States Senator. Public Schools of Keystone Heights.
Gulf County and the Dead Lakes
3RD ;EXPENSE STATEMENTThe ....
and Chipola River in Calhoun
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county, ''closed to all fresh water third "_
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anglers starting out bright and 29 to June 7, Inclusive. ++
early the morning of June 1. *A_*._.
Manatee county, closed 'to all t

fresh water fishing by resolution ELECT'THE: 'PEOPL .if'; CKOIC*!:,, :;::;t't: :::*:
f.i1 i of its 'County Commissioners, will I : _: ENJOY AN,.. : .Y.t.Y
} open Its season June 7. 'ED'R.' mtUY: II !' XY

,Fishermen ''have -already been reporting ;, YY

heavy catches of large w.kL:4 Your :i::;: .'.:.. :.X YY.:.:*:
mouth 'black bass in Citrus and ALL ELECTRIC I : .:. :*
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Levy counties, where the closed : : A *
season ended April 20. No closed : IIII ; /2 ;: A AYY'

season was observed in 'Glades, "l '.'Able'Lawyer .. ;._ 0: ,,' HOME "".". .A....
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Hendry, Lafayette and Okeechobee' .. Strong Executive : }:
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charges as follows: Resident State CANDIDATE: ..
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License, good for one year from Carried his home county over four I; Electricity is the modern servant a servant that ::::
date of, issue, $2.25; NonResidentState f,...,n n.mIh: ,%* ? N,/'r7,:"/, rnv/JfrTfttr. :: : ;
License, good for one year (PAID POLITICAL ADVERTISING) :k:b: takes care of both the work and the pleasures of the ::::

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PAGE SIX THE CLEWISTOX NEWS
FRIDAY MAY 24, 1940

ANDREWS BACK ON JOBWashington FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 'Wednesday 3.30 p. m. with Mrs.

The Friendly Church Hodges. LEGAL NOTICES

REV. H. G. McLeROY, Pastor Midweek services at church Wed-
nesday 7:30 p. m. at church.R. .
Sunday school !9:45 a. m., B.
E. Herring, superintendent. A's. meet Friday ,7:30 at the
church with Herman in' NOTICE- OP APPLICATION FOIL.
Davis
Morning worship 11:00: a. m. TAX DEED
and 8:00 p. m. sermon by pastor. charge.
Training Union worship meets NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. ThatH.
I H. McCall holder of Tax CertificateNo.
6:45 p. m., Arch Hodges director. PENTECOSTAL CHURCH 212, l Issued the 1st day of AugustA.
y : i 3 a Intermediate G. A's. meet Monday South Clewiston D. 1927, has filed same in my office
I and has made application for a tax
4 2:00' p. in. with Mrs. Broad- deed to be issued thereon. Said certi-
foot. v Services Every Sunday: I ficate embraces the following described ,
property in the County of IIcndr)'.
Sunbeams meet at the church Sunday school at 10:00 a. in. State of Florida, to-wit:
Monday 3:30. Mrs. Davis is in All Block 110 L-iDelle. '
Morning worship at 11
y charge. a. m. The assessment of the ald property -
Young Peoples under the said certificate issued
meeting
TheY.. M. S. meets at the 6.: 30 p. was in the name of John F Weber
Church Tuesday at 2:30 p. m. At m. Rev. M. M. Dudley, 'director. i Unless said certificate shall be redeemed -
according to law the property -
this time Mrs. E. L. Watkins, whois Evangelistic services, 7:45 p. m. described therein will be sold to
.' president Of Palm-Lake W. M. Tuesday evening service 7:30 p. the highest bidder at the Court House
door on the first Monday in the monthof
U. association will be 'the guest of m. June 1940 which is the 3rd day
c \ i our 'WM.. ,S. It is hoped that all Friday evening.: service 7:30 p. of June. 1940. I
Dated this 3rd day of May, 1910.
who possibly can, will attend to m. (Seal WILLIAM crrculftUJ'urt
hear her and meet her. The public is cordially invited to Clerk cf of (.'

I Junior G. A.'s meet at church I I attend all services. 4t. May 3-10-17-24 Hendry, 'County QdO Florida.

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Andrews is shownas :r"'f"1.! ;! _; \ -m .,. _
States Charles O. speaking engagements and placedhis I l ; : .
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8:00 o'clock.Devo'tions !
in honor of Our Lady g : i3 ; Im : 'I I
of Perpetual Help are conducted I .fSrViNGS .. 1 ;; I I d ;l s ) r 'Yto.fea:1

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by Benediction of the Most ..; ,, !:
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children Saturday morning at nine &dIIi'; : .

here in Clewiston, and after Sunday .; .. :r \ a HAT/

Mass in Pahokee. s ';." .'" ," ..:....... :". 'lJl.: A .' \ YIGH ,

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10:30 every Sunday, excepting the

last Sunday of the month, when

Mass Is at eight o'clock. ,The public s'era

regardless of religious belief, cnng A' e !
is always welcome in this church. R


THE CLEAVISTOX COMMUNITYCHURCH r;3y5



KENT PENDLETON, Minister
Clewiston Federal
The Bible School meets, at 9:45a. ,
m. with B. Flaniken supt.
The Worship hour is at 11:00 a. Savings and LoanAssociation

m.., James E. Beardsley is the choir KESSLER'S PRIVATE BLEND.A BLENDED WHISKEY. 75% Neutral Spirits distilled from Grain. 86.8 Proof.

director and Mrs. J. H. Doty is Julius Kessler Distilling Co., Incorporated, Lawrenceburg, Indiana,
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FRIDAY, MAY 24, 1940 THE .CLTWISTON.A'EWS_ PAGE SEVEN

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Mrs. Christine Chapman Roberts I Spicer took the chair. She an- the First Baptist Church of Tal- I

spent the week-end with relatives in nounced committee chairmen for ladega, Ala. He is survived by his

Miami Miss Karleen Chapman, next year as, follows: ".wife, Mrs.! Odie Watson_ and two I ASTHMA
[ Personals ] who spent the past two weeks here Program, Mrs. Pendleton. sisters, Mrs. R. E. Jones, of Fort .
visiting her sister, returned home Civic, Mrs. Stewart. Valley' Ga. and Mrs. R. C. Clark Why Gasp For Breath? i

t: with her. Finance, Mrs. Bishop. of Huntsville, Ala. The body was THY

Conservation, Mrs.. Simpson. sent to Fort Valley, the former -
Mrs. W. C. Prewitt and sons were Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Rodriguezare Junior Garden Club, Mrs Kol- home of Mr.! and Mrs. .Watson, for 'l3reathe ;

visitors Monday in Fort Myers. leaving Saturday for a two stad- burial. Mis. Watson has gone to y
weeks' 'visit with friends and rela- Flowers, Mrs. Owen. Talladega, for the present. FOR RELIEF
Grantham oL LaBelle tives in Gretna, La. Their daughter, Publicity, Mrs. Bowden. -
Miss Eva
is visiting in Clewiston.Miss Shirley Ruth, will return to Clew- Hostesses yesterday were Mrs. J. NEW BULKHEAD Eliseo Perez,
iston with them. W.. Ezelle, Mrs. E. E. Kelly, Mrs. 1022-14th Ave., Tampa, Florida

Ednis Dunbar of Miami was Otto Larsen and Mrs. A. O. Ward. Work is now underway to widen Representatives wanted
Mr. and Mis. O. A. Jones and Others attending were Mesdames
the in
the guest Friday of Mrs. Ruth B. government slip front of
Owens.Mr. Marianne Jones were visitors Sun- Rackstraw, Duff, Nelson, McLeroy, the U. S. Engineer warehouse and
-' day in West Palm Beach. Mrs. Broadfoot, Knight, Hayes, Bishop, construct a creosoted timber bulk-
and Mrs. William Johnsonof Jones' mother, .Mrs. H. V. Briant, Royal l, Spicer, O. A. Jones, M. M. head along the sides adjacent to
Canal Point were guests of Mr. who 'spent the winter here, left for Prewitt, Lanier, Bowden, Crochet, the warehouse yard. A heavy rampis MECHANICAL, STRUCTURAL

and Mrs. J. J. Graham Friday. her home in Atlanta. Pressley, Carlton, Tippey, Meredith, also being built to facilitate the ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN'SMaps
I McClendon, Owen, Stewart, Herring, loading and unloading of heavy Estimates

Clewiston friends of Homer Mills and Kolstad. machinery. JOHN' H. DOTY
\. A. B. Cordie, of Tampa, was a
Lawrence Altman, son of Stanley I
: 1 business visitor in Clewiston Tues- Engineering; Consultant
Altman, of Canal Point, former MRS. EZELLE WINS HIGH PRIZEAT
day. resident of Clewiston, are receiving BRIDGE CLUB WEDNESDAYMrs. I J. M. COUSE I (Hopkins Bldg. Clewiston, Fla.

invitations to his graduation from
Higgins and
Dr. and Mrs. J. P.
children and Miss Norma Zamponi the Florida' School for the Deaf and J. '\\ Ezelle won a pair of Counselor and Attorney at LHW

spent the week-end in Miami. Blind on May 24th. costume clips as first prize at the Hopkins Building
Wednesday' afternoon bridge club Wednesdays and Sntur)*
which met this week at the homeof 0:30 to 4:00 VACATIONat
Miss Virginia Saxon of Moore Mrs. J. G. Niblack, and son,
Mrs. M. M. Prewitt, Mrs. Mrs. Keathley Bowden. Mrs.
Haven is visiting Mr. and Mrs. A. Johnny, y
W. P. Vaughn, jr. and Mrs. Bennett Carl Johnson won a pair of' hoseas
GIflKMeq
Lawrence.
W. Scientifically Broken I.e.'Io. FT. MYERS BEACH:
McLaughlin motored to West Palm cut i prize.A Fitted and Repaired DupIii-alcd!

Beach Monday. 'Mrs. Prewitt remained frozen salad was served by DR. F.. D. GUDBAUR /, on the Gulf of :Mexico
't Halson Avant and Miss Roberta overnight, returning Tues- the hostess to Mrs. Dave Alston, OptometristPhone
George, were Saturday visitors in day. Mrs. Ezelle, Mrs. H. R. Hall, Mrs. lOS R Collier Arciidc Safest Beach in Fla. .
Fort JUjer, Florida No undertow no breakers .,
Fort Myers. Johnson, Mrs. L. C. Miller, Mrs.E. Successor to K. H. Oakley
Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Smith, Bobby C. Mills, Mrs. W. H. Lanier and Excellent Filling

Dr. J.1'. Ezelle, A. W'', Sias and and Howard'Smith, left Monday fora Mrs. G. B. Thomas.} Clean, modern cottages..-..large

M. C. Doke left Thursday for a visit of several weeks with Mrs. and small prices from $10

few days' fishing on the East Coast. Smith's parents, Mr. and Mrs. MRS. CARLTON HOSTESS AT Johnson's Fish CampNear per week up Monthly $30 and
Ralph Howard, in Augusta. Mr. CLUB MEETING WEDNESDAYMrs. up Season $110. and up

Mrs. RL.. Saxon, and childrenof and Mrs. Smith will also attend ( Hurricane Gate)
A. C. Carlton was hostessto EDNA F. GRADY
Felda were visiting relativesin Homecoming Week at Clemson Clewiston, Fla.
College, South Carolina.. members of her bridge club
Clewiston Tuesday.
Realtor
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Boats and Motors-Guide Service
Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. R. M. \
f\: ---- Rates Reasonable Phone 343: 846 First St.
will return Hare won a Fostoria dish for first .,
Miss Roberta Spicer
Mr. and Mrs. William Stephensand
tomorrow from Florida State Col- son, Lawrence Charles, have prize, and a pair of miniature vasesas W. II. Johnson, Mgr. Fort )13'Cl'S, l'a.I" .

ledge for Women at_ Tallahassee.Mr. moved to Clewiston from Moore travelling prize.' Low prize,
handkerchiefs by Mrs. C.
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and Mrs. Louis Davis of E. Miner.
with Mrs. Ruth B. Owens. Mr.
Point Sunday here Cold cuts, salad tea and wafers ,
Canal spent Stephens, who recently came with NIn
were served by Mrs. Carlton to
Mrs. C. J. Lovvorn.
with Mr. and his family to this section from
Mrs. John Elmore, Mis. Jimmy Wil- X
Colorado, is _connected with the U.
Mrs. Willard Simpson, Mrs. Maria son, Mrs. R. M. Hare, jr., Mrs. C.
S. Engineers.
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Colleja, and Mrs..B. M. Hatch spent E. Miner, Mrs. Harry Knight, Mrs. t_ Today's Mail Ii.y Ii.
Foy Durrence and Mrs. Glen Ether-
Friday in Fort Myers. Bob Patterson, Coburn Moore, ton.
Jim and Bob Beardsley returnedthis h

'_ Carawan Nelson was a business week from Gainesville, where ?
( :MRS. OWEN'S TEA COMPLIMENTS hI
-t ; visitor in Jacksonville for several they are students at the University. Y

days this week. Bob Patterson, Coburn and Jim," OUT-OF-TOWN VISITORSMrs. I :;: Twenty Acres on Main Hiway 2 1-2 ::

who are all advanced military stu- W. C. Owen entertained witha I .
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Clark and dents, will leave June 7th for a tea Wednesday afternoon com- :;: ;A .' \:' ::
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children of Canal Point spent Sun- six: weeks training period at Fort plimenting Mrs. L. R. Johnson and .;. ': miles from ,Post Office .A;-;.." .:.
day here with Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Benning, Georgia, R.- O. T. Mrs. R. J. Friedrichsen, of Pensacolawho :': .- :;*4n': : I ; : :i:

Allen. Camp. C'I 'are guests of Mrs. R. Y. .;. : :i t.-Pnce: ; Will Startle You- -;"';'\:: .;-

Patterson for a few weeks. :;: '/i: i?' \ J: ::!::. :!:

Mr. and Mrs B. 'E. Herring and Mrs. B. C. Flanikenand"Children, Guests at?the tea were_ Mfs. John- ';:'. "";.7.- '.- ......... "':-."':''''''' -.;.
son, Bernie, visited Mrs. J. D. Bevoly and Bettye Carol, and Mrs son, Mrs. Friedrichsen, Mrs. Patterson '" _
Baigrie in 'LaBelle several days this G. T. Augur, Jean and Carol Augur Mrs. Olin Carleton, Mrs I. j' -:, r"i' J

week. left! Monday for Jacksonville Mrs. D. Leydig, Mrs. Fred 'Henriksen, 4':. > / ; ,
Flaniken is visiting Mr. and Mrs.I. Mrs.! H. J. B. Scharnberg, Mrs. H. -.:
Miss June'Hooker spent the week- M. Pafford. Mrs Augur is visit- C. Kolstad, Mrs. M. W. Bigg and : /" } J. E. Beardsley :::

end in Fort Myers Beach with Mr. ing her sister and mother. They Mrs. O. A. Jones. .;. -. ':::-

and Mrs. Foy Durrence, returning will be away two weeks, and Jean ::: '.l REAL ESTATE :i:
home with them Sunday afternoon. expects to'remain through the MRS KNIGHT'S PIANO RECITAL A

..A
summer. *, JIM llEAHDSLEYRT LAWRENCEMILDRED .t.
Piano pupils of Mrs. Josephine
Miss Barbara Morrison returned -- '
Thursday from Tallahassee, where Dick 'Reddltt, formerly of Enter- Knight will give a recital in the + BETTY SPICEIt DURST .+.

she has just completed her Fresh- prise, now with the U. Marines school auditorium next Friday eve- y y

man year at Florida State Collegefor in Panama, is spending this week ning, May 31st, at 8 p. m.' The y-

Women. with Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Beardsleyand public is invited to attend. ;.:N:N N:N:N:N 11 N:N:N:N N N:N:N:N N N:..:M:..:N N:..:N:N H:..:N N:N N1:1111:N N:N N:N:..:11:11 N N:.1:N:1.:N:..:.:: -
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his_ station. Dick spent a winter LEONARD MOORE'S BjIRTHDAYSWBIMING
C. E. Miner business visitorin
was a with the Beardsleys attending Pa- PARTY SATURDAY
Miami and West Palm Beach hokee High School a few years ago. .' : ; :"
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Wednesday. He attended the Hol- HELP ELECT -.' : _-. f;: 7..N :
He later spent some time at Furman Mrs. 0. C. Landon entertainedwith 'i .- >.::.." :,, .
land rally and speaking in West University before enlisting in the in ': ..
Palm Beach. a swimming party recently <<.: :
Marines eighteen months ago. celebration of the twelfth birthday ,
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of her son, Leonard Moore. Mrs '
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Curry and PH 0 I". SPEER TALKS OX BULBS Landon took the boys to LaBelle \-!...."
children of Miami spent Sunday TO GARDEN CLUB MEMBERSH. for a swim in the pool and they "
visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Curry. returned for refreshments here. .
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: Their mother, Mrs. Curry of Key L. Speer, instructor in agri- Guests were Billy Perry, Ben Bol- 'i : i
West, accompanied them and remained culture of the Pahokee High School ton, Sherwood Hall, Gene Mills and. 1i
here till Wednesday.The spoke at the Clewiston Garden Club Nicky Schiffli.
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I yesterday afternoon on the topic, I A > :,
Rev. and 1\1rs. Kent Pendle- "Care of Bulbs". Mr. Speer discussed WilliamsGibbsMiss I -'.' -.",
ton left Monday for a few days' the best '-
time to dig the bulbs, ; ; ':. :-
visit in Jacksonville with their son, and the manner in which they I -.

Kent Pendleton, jr. and their should be cared for until the next Helen Gibbs of Fort Myers SCHOOLJOB M
daughter, Mrs. Jane Whiteman, and planting season. His talk covered 'and Loyce J. Williams of Clewistonwere SCHOOL .-:;
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their families.Mr. Easter lilies, gladioli, tuberoses, united in marriage Monday

callas, and amaryllis. night in LaBelle by Rev. B. E.
and Mrs. Ray Owens left this :The meeting was the last of the Russell, pastor of the Methodist ;
week for Starkeville, Miss., for a Club year, as no meetings are heldin church of that place. ,1.
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two weeks' vacation. Opon their June, July or August. Reportsof Mr. Williams has been employedfor MAN
-( return they expect to reside in West officers and standing committeeswere several months at the U. S.
:Palm Beach where Mr. Owens has made. Mrs. W. F. Simpson Engineer warehouse here and the ; gI4 ;/ttJ'
taken a position. : :
retired as president and Mrs Leah young couple will make Clewiston

their home. .
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friends from Fort Myers were the

I TO THE VOTERS i iI only attendants at the ceremony. B. E. HERRING


= Thomas V. Watson

I (- =:i:' Go to the polls and vote in the second pri- :_:: QUALIFIED BY TRAINING AND 10

:|_: mary next Tuesday, May 28. ::: Clewiston the death friends of Thomas regret V. to Watson learnof YEARS' EXPERIENCE IN SCHOOL

:|i: YOU should take part in electing YOUR 53 year old winter resident of ADMINISTRATION
Florida, which occurred' Friday
:|: United States senator, YOUR governor, as =::: night at the Lee Memorial Hospitalin

well as county officials in the run-off. It is a ::: I Fort Myers. Mr. Watson: and Compare the qualifications of the candidates'I I

:: most his wife spout several winters in and VOTE for the man '
important election. Don't be a slacker. ::i:: Clewiston, residing at the old you

Watanabe' Hotel and the first Clew- QUALIFIED to know and understand your I
J. VOTE i iston Inn. Mr. Watson was then
TUESDAY engaged in the produce buying school problems as well as properly SUPER- j

:: Hendry County Democratic ExecutiveCommittee. =i: business during and made the winter his headquartershere vegetable VISE the schools of the county.LETS I

season. Of recent he has
years
.4'.. 't.t' resided at the Bradford Hotel in ELECT A SCHOOL MAN FOR
:s: Fort Myers. I
I i: THIS SCHOOL JOB
\ + Mr. Watson member of the
was a
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two keys to a cabin Fur-Clad Island >


,Its name is Possession, and' it .

can, be 'found on the charts of I
South-West Africa. Seen from the
J BY LIDA LARRIMORE. I I sea it almost blinds you, becauseof

THE STORY THUS FAR together on the small secure islandof 1 through the two east windows lay it, but a hundred years ago a Cap-

the present. "I've 'wanted you over them, a promise, a seal of approval tain Morrell, who wrote a book,
Charming, wealthy GabrIella for short) Graham, engaged to Todd Janeway, so," he said in shaken phrases. "I've a benediction. "Narrative of Four Voyages,"
retuabta to the Maine woods'accompanied by a friend, Kate Oliver The Idea ached to hold you like this. said that when he arrived off Pos-
received to It following the deathof They were not aware of Kate
when she a key
to her
the cabin occurred '
cf a stay at session he found it clad in fur. The
her godfather. Uncle John Lawrence. The two girls notice that someone Is living standing in the doorway. Theirtfacesbent
in the cabin. Kate suspects that Gay knows the Identity of the mysterious occupant. CHAPTER V over their separate tasks were whole island was covered with the
/ He Is John Houghton. a young doctor whom Gay bad knownIn
The man returns bodies of fur-seals
mystery their skins still
he Is in the absorbed and ,
previous Immediately aggressive. Gay asks him by what right smiling. As she
6abln. His right years., she finds. Is greater than her own. He too. possesses a key. but more Kate roused, opened her eyes, watched, their glances lifted and on them. He believed the seals

than him that.and he Is heir states to courteously It from his that Uncle he John.will leave.Gay's godfather.Looking at Gay him Is In high the doorway handed,with her blinked at the light coming in met. They broke into soft laughter had been overwhelmed and suffocated -

old feelings return. She knows that he Is more necessary to her than Is Todd Janeway through the window beside her bed. though no word was exchanged. by one of the terrifically
the man she is to marry. Gay asks John to reconsider his decision to leave. The'next She had forgotten to draw the shade Leaning toward her, his lips brushed hot whirlwinds which sweep out to
morning brings a different feeling, and John decides to remain for his vacation-one when the ocean from the
she had retired she desert coast.
,more week. The night before Gay and Kate are to return home to New York John gets thought.She across her hair.
an urgent request to/call at a nearby farm. Gay accompanies him while he cares had forgotten to undress, too, The light caress, significant of a Hot winds blow from the land (.
for the patient. apparently, since she seemed to be new relationship, banished sympathy today and yet the seals do not

fully clothed. ,That was a little care- i and sentiment. Kate stiffened. meet a similar fate. Another of i t.,

CHAPTER IVContinued7 vented my,coming. But if I'd cared less, to'say the least. She stretched I "Well!" she said crisply. "For the sea's mysteries. '
enough for him I wouldn't have under the blankets, blinked again
two people who've been out all
"You should have gone back,"John needed to come. If he'd cared and remembered.Her night-"

said as he slipped in behind the enough for me he would have triedto eyes, wide awake now, flew "We didn't "
wheel. "They would have taken me keep me there with him. If-" she to Gay's bed at the opposite end of expect to be so long, CLASSIFIEDDEPARTMENT
Gay interrupted. "John
had
'or I could have stayed here all night. broke off, and added: "I meant to the room. The counterpane was took all a baby.It .
night.
Do you realize that it's nearly three correct the unfair impression of drawn smoothly over the pillows and "
o'clock?" He released the brake and Todd I'd given you. I'm not doing a Gay's white wool robe lay flung "What! Kate's'hands grasped the

the car moved out into the road. very good job." across it as it had lain since yesterday sides of the doorway."A .

"What do you suppose Kate is think- He ignored that. "Why did you 1 afternoon. Kate glanced at her Mrs. Whittaker had a baby,"
asked. watch. Nearly half-past seven. She John said. "Imerely: assisted."
ing? come, Gay? he, BABY CHICKS
"The worst, probably." Gay moved "I've wanted to tell you." Her threw back the blankets, sprang Kate drew a steadying breath. .
err
closer to him in the narrow" seat. voice was quiet, now, very thoughtful from the bed,- stood listening.She "And what did you do?" she asked' *f*UirlfCf I-I I\*I\O.ASSORTED No Cripples I HEAVIES No Culls I$ 3*P sO.rlOO .
"What is it, a boy or a girl? wholly sincere. "I've been afraidto glanced in the mirror above Gay."I. We Guarantee Live Delivery. Wt Pay Poitagi
"A boy." She was unconscious of try. It doesn't seem reasonable, the low chest of drawers. Her face, waited for John outside in the ATLAS CHICK CO. St. Louis. Mo.

having moved toward him, he even to me. I had no idea that you colorless from anxiety' and fatigue, car."
thought. Wonderful to have her here would be here." glared back at her in the morning "I'm surprised you didn'tassist. PHOTOGRAPHY

very close to ,him wearing his "I know that." John was uncon- light. What a fright she looked! ."

sweater, waiting for him to ride backto scious of the fact that he,had slack- Not that it mattered. She was gladshe'd "I wanted to. John wouldn't let .. DEVELOPED
the cabin. Not real of course, a I
done what she had. She'd"You've FILMS
ened the speed of the car. With his me.
of dream a part, of the l PRINTED
piece a ,
intimacy of this night they eyes still fixed on the road ahead, Kate felt her lips twitching in spiteof MY SIZE ROLL. 6 MB
strange he waited for her to continue. 3l the very real dismay that weighted ,\ EXPOSURES-HIGH GLOSS
had spent together."I PRINTS-POSTAGE PAID
heard it." Her voice was "I'm not afraid now," she wenton her spirits. "I'm glad he had SKYLAND STUDIOS
hushed. "It sounded like a furious after an interval of silence. "To that much sense," she said. "You land of Thrrj 77wrAcrr"ASHEVILLE. 'f",

kitten. I'd like to have seen it. night, while I was waiting for you, I couldn't have telephoned, I sup-. N.C.
"
thought of Uncle John." pose.
small.
I've never seen one so-
"They improve with age. He hada "Yes?" he said, bending toward "There wasn't a 'phone."

close shave. It's the first one and her."Do "I am sorry, Kate." John roused Where Is Happiness?

there were complications. I'd have you suppose that when you from the trance-like state so alarm- Happiness is to be found in the

given my soul for hospital equip- are-dying," she asked simply, likea ing to Kate. "You must have been world all about us, in the stillnessof

ment. ..ThatHe broke off abruptly child puzzling over a mystery be- frantic. I tried to send Gay back. a summer night, in the prideof

then added with brusqueness in- yond"its comprehension, "that some But you know how she is." a good thing done, in the flushof

duced by embarrassment and the especial wisdom is given to you?" I "Just a spoiled brat." Gay glancedup a summer dawn, the followingof

fear that his enthusiasm might bore Her phrasing of a: thought he'd at him, smiling. an ideal, the strong grip of a

her. "I shouldn't have let you in for had,'startled him with its similarity.He "The toast is burning," Kate said. friend, the perfect heart of,a rose,

this. I didn't know it was a baby. remained silent, his wearinessgone "Heavens, yes!" Gay snatched the or the wild sweetness of a song.It .

Why didn't you take the car backto every nerve in his body sud- rack up from the stove. is always very near.-Dame

the cabin hours ago?" denly tense and alert. ym "Can't you keep your mind on Nellie Melba. "" ,,
"I wouldn't have missed it," she "I thought of that tonight," she your work?" John took the rack ,..

said, still in that hushed and won- went on without waiting for a replyto from her. Their hands touched, reluctantly -
dering voice. "Nothing as real as her question, "while you were
II parted. Gay gave a laughing -
this ever happened to me. I should bringing that baby into the world. cry. LOST YOUR PEP?

think that doing what you did tonight When realities touch you, pride l
"Can't you? The bacon is burnedto Here Is Amazing Relief of
would make you feel like-God. seems unimportant. I'm not afraidto a crisp." Conditions Due to Sluggish Bowels

"Good Lord!". he said, trying to tell you now. I' wanted to come If you think"H laxatives
"Good Lord! The rueful smile llonitaJ.ltmm1j
conceal the pride and pleasure, her back to the cabin because I'd felt act alike> just try this
% widened into his -.d: : : ; ;:;; ,
engaging grin. : i *' '':-17 all vegetable laxative.So
comment gave him. "I didn't do intensely'here. I'd been both happy -4 4 "Will cook this breakfast mild thorough refreshing'invigorating. Dependable .I
anything she couldn't have done for and unhappy and not ashamed of "you relief from Bick headaches bilious spells)
Kate? when associated with constipation.
tired
,herself. Made it a little easier, pos- either, no hidden emotion beneath feeling NR from your
sibly. There's too much sentimen- mockery for fear I'd be thought sen- "I'll have to, I suppose," she said Without Risk druggisL: Make the test thenIf
concluded timental grumpily, "if I'm to have anythingfit not delighted, return the box to us. We will
talizing over doctors, he and naive.
refund the purchase::
"
to eat. She took the skillet
fromJohn's
"But That's fair .
severely. you were so young then, price.
hand Get NR Tablets today.
"Oh, John, don't!" she cried with Gay." John drew in at the side of unresisting and
marched to the sink. "After
soft vehemence. "Don't be ashamed the road and stopped the motor. you'vehad
made me feel that en- breakfast you'd better
of-enth siasm." "And have you-succeeded?" get some
thusiasm is-naive." sleep. We can't start for New York Waking Dream
admitted I "I was disappointed the night Kate
"I'm not actually, he ,
I today." You ask what hope is. He (Aris-
moved by the sincerity of her voice. and I arrived. I realized how fool- wondered, last night, how she would totle) it is a waking dream.
controlled ish I'd been. The cabin was as I A sudden hush fell upon the room. says
"Only you're always so feel about that this morning. Gay Laertius.
and-detached. You've made me remembered it, but I had no feeling would be furious. Let her. There Kate could not see their faces. She I
about it until-" was scraping burned bits of bacon .
feel that enthusiasm is-naive. I were limits to patience and toler- .
from the skillet into the sink. ,
"I know! I hate it!" she cried. Her voice which had been com- ance and being a good sport. Last SIMPLE

"We're all that way, my friends, I posed trembled to a faltering stop. night, at least, she hadn't let her "The Northfield garage couldn't I. NEURALGIAPENETRO
mean. We think it's smart to "be She glanced up at him and he saw, sympathies run away with her com- cope with the generator," she went

bored and disillusioned. We avoid in the,light from the dashboard, .the mon sense. on. "I left the car there and that I

any display of emotion as we would tears on her lashes, the uncertain How treacherous sympathies were! boy with the teeth brought me back I 1

avoid a plague. Even Todd and I-" half-smile on her lips, the melted Kate, brushing her long sandy, hair, here last night. They kindly offered
She paused. stars.in her eyes. His arms went felt hers stir beneath anxiety and to take the car in to Machias to- Nature's Touch

The roadster dipped down into a around her, drew her close. exasperation as she thought of Gay day. That means, I suppose, that it One touch of nature makes the
"Gay he said. i'love won't be ready before night. I'll.] whole world kin.-Shakespeare.
hollow where fog moved before the "Darling! and John. They were so obviouslyin
head-lights in wraith-like shapes. you. It's a relief to say it. I'm love with each other, romanti- be glad to get back to civilization

John felt his hands trembling on the not afraid either. Oh, Gay." cally in love which was more dan- again where it doesn't take foreverto

wheel. She turned so that her cheektouched gerous than a mere physical attrac- get something done." She turned.

"Don't talk about it. You needn't, his. Her arm v2nt up tion. Not that he wasn't physically "Where's the" rest of the bacon or

I mean. There's nothing you're around his neck. attractive. He had charm and good have you- ,
obliged to explain." "John! she cried softly. "Oh, I breeding. His characteristic gravity (TO BE CONTINUED) M

"But I want to," she said earnest- was afraid it wouldn't happen. I lit by flashes of humor, was ap

y "I could have gone away letting was afraid I'd go away without hav- pealing. He was sensitive, but Gay
you think what you pleased ofme ing really been with you. Or that couldn't dominate him, which for Liquid Helium Is PuzzleTo

but someone else is involved. you would. We're both so stubbornand her, must be unique and intriguing.In Scientific Observers Kills
hiS-yesterday morning when I proud and ridiculous." She that quality, call it strength of
pulled my act on the float' I must laughed, half sobbing. "John! character or stubbornness as you Liquid helium II, one of the most Many Insects

have given you a very unfair impression "I couldn't have gone while you please, lay, she supposed, his strong peculiar substances ever observedby
scientists acts if it defies the
as ON FLOWERS FRUITS
of Todd. I'm not being were here, he whispered againsther attraction.
forced into this marriage." cheek. What was that? Kate dropped her laws of gravitation that apply to all 4051 VEGETABLES & SHRUBS

.. John gave a short laugh. "I could Her arm tightened. Her hand brush on the top of the chest. They other substances. Entirely underits Demand original sealed

scarcely have that impression," he moved in gentleness from his temple 1 were here. They were laughing together own powers it can rise againstthe bottles,from your dealer
of gravity and flow into
said. down along the thin line of his somewhere, close at, hand. pull a
at'a than its
"None of the things you probably jaw. "I couldn't have either. It Her first reaction was a lightheaded vessel greater height

think are true," she went on. "We was always you. It was because you sense of relief. She opened the own solution. WNU-7 21-40 1-
didn't merely drift into an engage- had been there that I had to come bedroom door into the main por- This phenomenon was describedby i

ment. It wasn't propinquity or the back. I loved you awfully that sum- tion of .the cabin. Prof. H. Grayson Smith of the Use in Unity

fact that both families hoped and mer and have always since. I The sound of laughter reached her University of Toronto, at the Boston Things worthless singly are use

expected that we would marry. I thought just being here- But it more clearly. She smelled bacon meeting of the American Chem- ful collectively.-Ovid.
that would have put off wouldn't have been ical society. It was first ob-
suppose us any good. The frying. and toast and coffee. Relief
each other, if anything. We're neither night Kate and I came-the cabin sharpened into indignation. They served at Oxford university. If the

of us lambs which could be led was just as I had remembered it. were laughing, were they, having closed end of a test tube is dipped

to a sacrifice without a good deal of But I had no feeling about it until I breakfast, while she worried. Kate's into the liquid helium II it will, flow

bleating." found your sweater, this sweater, back stiffened. As she walked up the sides of the tube, over the

Presently she continued. "I like and knew it was you who was through the living-room, she glancedat opening at the top and fill the tube.It .
Todd better than anyone I've ever there." the telephone against he wall. will creep over any solid surface Help Them Cleanse the Bloodof

known," she said, as though she "That old sweater. It was new She was glad she had done it, she with which it comes in contact. It Harmful Body Waste

were explaining the situation to herself I the summer you were here. You, told herself, steeling her sympa- leaks readily through solid materials Your kidneys aro constantly filtering
as well as to him. "We remembered!" through which gas can be forcedin waste matter from the blood stream.But
enjoy thies, resentfully forcing from her kidneys sometimes lag in their workdonot
being together. We think the same "I remembered everything, how mind an unjustified feeling of guilt. small quantities only at very high act as Nature intended-fail to re-
move impurities that, it retained, may
things are amusing or sad or exciting you had your hair cut short so it But she wasn't so sure she was pressures. poison the system and upset the whole

." wouldn't wave, your hands-I could I glad when she came to the doorwayof This fluid has from 100 to 1,000 machinery.Symptoms may be nagging backache
"I should think that 'would be an have drawn them from memory- the kitchen. Sympathy, for a times the heat conductivity of sil persistent headache,attacks of dizziness,

excellent foundation for marriage," your crooked smile that disapprovesof sentimental moment, took prece- ver. Liquid helium II exists onlyat getting under the up eyes-a nights feeling swelling of puffiness nervous

John said as she paused. me, the way you walk, all the dence over indignation and anxiety. very low temperatures, near absolute anxiety and loss of pep and strength.
"But it isn't It's all zero. Helium at ordinary Other signs of kidney or bladder dis-
enough. too- things that make you-you. They had built a roaring fire in the order are sometimes burning scanty or
What were the words you used?- "Oh, Gay! You make me-I can't wood range and were cooking breakfast temperatures is a gas, well knownas too frequent urination.
controlled and detached. We hold love for her his the non-inflammable balloon filler.It There should be no doubt that prompt
sayHis so long held together. Gay, wearing treatment is wiser than neglect. Uso
things too lightly." Mounting pas- in check, broke through the restraints sweater, too large for her, the can be. changed to a liquid by Doan'i Pill Doan'i have been winning
'sion flamed in her voice. "Todd cooling. Further cooling should new friends for more than forty years.
her
he had set. Logic and com- sleeves rolled back to free They have"a nation-wide reputation.Are .
shouldn't have let me come here," mon sense were lost in a rushing hands, was toasting bread. John, change it to a solid as is the case recommended by grateful people the
she said. flood of tenderness, passion, relief. standing beside her, turned bacon in with other gases, but instead it country over. Ask your neighbor

"Let you?" They had this time together, now, the skillet. Steam rose from the changes to another liquid with prop- I. ,
"Oh, I know." She gave a low tonight. The past was blotted out coffee-pot, ,curled in a wreath above' erties that are baffling to the scien- I

,rueful laugh. "He couldn't have pre- and the future obscure.<< They were 1 their heads. Sunlight streaming in tists. r

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I is not such a mighty_ OUR COMIC SECTION sN HAT men" need_ today in

THERE as some men imagine this time of trouble is not
'a way out so much as a way
the and the
between poor of ,high, and manly living with-
rich-in pomp, show and opinion -
in.-Sir,
there is a great deal, but littleas Wilmott t. Lewis.
to the pleasures and satisfac- I The merit belongs to the be-

tions The of poor life.and the rich enjoy the D I Events in the Lives of Little Men I D ginner sor'do,better.-Arab should even the Proverb.A succes-.

same earth, and air, and heavens; word of kindness is a seed; oft \
dropped by, chance, it grows into a
hunger and'thirst make the poor flower.

man's meat and drink,as pleasantand 1 't' fHATTRASH'RGHT :: Do not anxiously hope for

relishing as all the varieties BAU4 To "THE ; what is not .yet come; do not
which cover a rich man's table; I \ tAw vainly regret, what is already
and the labor of a poor man is : MQrFIE2 fli5 gOBBISH HEARp 1SNFF past.-Chinese Proverb.Let .

I more healthful, and many times % ISAILUALUQBCE IT'S UTfE J = friendship creep gently to a

\, more pleasant, too, than the ease I (AN MAKE 'fHE HOOSE Wl1vENOV0H 1 height' ; if it rush to it, it may soon
run itself out of breath-Thomas
and softness of the rich.Dr.Sherlock. I $oMEININc OUT Fuller.

'y OF IT _
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As You See YourselfA I 1 Mexican Tea Towels

iii I tyil
photographer has discoveredthat a 1 1 ; For Colorful ,Kitchen
most of us don't recognize .n ( I
ourselves. He takes an ordinary

portrait of a sitter, and then 1 T LAXCALA, ''Hidalgo, Oaxaca,
makes two prints-one right, and i Sonora-all the romance of
. one wrong.' In the latter, left becomes i Mexico comes to mind as you em-
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PAGE TEN THE CLEWISTON, NEWS ... FRIDAY, MAY 24, 1040'

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Clewiston Baseball 120-170-164 plus 15 defeated in such a flood near the close of dent S. A. Graves presented the Leiter, Richard McCarthy Patterson -

Gratton George 131-146-153 plus the day that many times lettersare diplomas. As the Chorus sang Bert Wesley Schultz, Hector
15; J. Hollingsworth's 160147188plus compelled to wait over until Munselle Stone, Edward Rishard
Team Divides Two "God of Our Fathers-Goddard",
15 eliminated Jimmy Weaver the next day because it is impos- the group left the stage and marched Von Mach, and Walter Edward .t
151-145-119 plus 30; J. M., Couse sible to take caVe of it all. It wasa Zuhn, jr.LYONS .
Games Here Sunday through the center aisle of the
with 150-177-173 defeated Camp- silent movie and Mr. Abel explained -
audience to the floor below. The
bell Nail's 114-177-130; Ed Ward each phase of the picture. RAISES FINE
girls carried
arm bouquets
defeated Lee 160-134-153 to 106- Ken Williams of West Palm of CLOVER :
with OX STOCK FARM
Clewiston divided games flowers in shades of lavendar and .
doubleheaderhere 125-112 plus 45; Sandy Bell with Beach, a past district governor
in their
Lake Worth gold tied with tulle in the
the local 121-175-145 took care of A. E. will be the speaker at the ..meetingnext same (Moore
Sunday. afternoon, colors. The class waited Haven Democrat)
in line
Oliver with 155-119-132 plus 15 week. Ed Baker, head of the
team taking the first game by a in the downstairs hall where friends R. D. Lyons has an experimentalplot
Worth and J. F. Tippey defeated Dr. J. Harry-Anna home for crippled chil-
score of 7-6 and Lake extended their congratulations. of Persian clover on his place
W. Ezelle with 111-205-150 plus dren Umatilla, was expected to
in
coasting to an easy 6-1 victory the DeSoto
Stock
Farms
The which is
It the first 30 to 131-129-118 plus 45. be present but wired this week stage was beautifully dec-
the night-cap. was attracting
considerable
Stallions has the high individual that it would be impossible to come orated for the exercises. Two tall attention
baseball games of the season seen basket of gladioli and'calla among cattle raisers of the area. '
lillies
score for one game to date with 225 at this time.Fourteen
by: local fans. used the Pictures taken by County AgentF.
but still lost his match in the second were on table and at the
The local boys pounded out I bracket to Munselle. Stone. J. 'SeniorsContinued sides .in front, while purple petunias D. Yaun in the tract show that

eleven safe hits off the Lake Worth Hollingsworth has the highest formed a low fence across the frontof the clover has attained a height!
hurler Beady, but were erratic in the stage. of nearly a foot and a half in many
match total with 510 which score F
their fielding making a total of places, a greater growth without
included a 15 pin handicap. J. M. ( From Page 1) The graduates were:
Avant
nine errors during the game. cultivation and fertilization than
Couse had 500 pins this week with- chosen field of endeavor for Flori- Edythe Nell Cornette Charlotte ;!t
was in top form and refused to is attained in most sections of the
out a handicap.One da will give ample opportunities in Maxine Doty, Florence Elizabeth
of state
be disconcerted by the errors with thorough cultivation.The .
third-bracket match has any field. Graham, Lee Pridgen, Marie Louise
his team-mates. He held the visi- extremely dry weather of the
not yet been played and awaits Dick Patterson gave the valedic-I Robbins, Hervey Arthur Bourne,
scatteredand few
tors to four hits, widely past weeks has also retarded
the outcome of a second-bracket tory for the class, and Superinten- James Douglas Hooker, Louis Henry '
not a one of the runs made by I growth of the crop.
match' between Sidney Crochet and
them :was earned.
Bill Lanier. The winner of this I ----

Lefty Holstine's double in the match will meet Ed Von, Mach in -
last half of the ninth scored Bell c
the third bracket. The winner of

ahead of him with the winningrun this match will, in turn, be matched : DO YOU HAVE TROUBLE ON
HillS ?
breaking a six-six tie. There, with Ed Ward in the fourth
were none out when the winningrun
bracket. Other, fourth bracket opponents .
r.
crossed the plate.In will be Stone vs Brantley, __ hTi

the second game the pitchingof Couse vs Hollingsworth, and Bellvs _

Biesnecker for the visitors was I Tippey.
more effective and the Clewiston

sluggers were limited to four safe
Yearly Honor Roll
blows. The fielding improved but

little and six errors allowed several
Of Clewiston SchoolNick
Lake Worth runs to cross the plate.

Forbes, on the mound for Clewis-

ton in this game gave up only five Schiffli, Marianne Jones, \

hits. Elbert Hooker, Betty Berg, Gloria

Clewiston's lone tally came in McDuffie, 'Mary Johnson, Louise i

the sixth inning when Carletonhit Hollingsworth, Audrey McLaughlin,

a two-bagger and was advancedon Julianne Oglesby, Renee

the two successive outs by field- ton, Dick. Owen, June

ers' choices. ''I I Hodges, Edythe Nell Wething-I

Two bases on balls and a flock Maxine Doty, Florence

of errors gave Lake Worth mostof I Hervey Bourne, J. D. Hooker Louis

her runs in the sixth, four, after Leiter, Dick Patterson, Munselle
they had taken a two to nothing Stone.

lead In the second on a walk, two ;Elementary Grades: Wayne Shelf- n

hits and ,an error. er, Bevoly Flaniken, Eleanor Von

Line-ups were as follows: I Mach, Rachel Miner;, John' Robinson,

Clewiston, First Game Volney Robbins, John Williams,

Ward, 2b; Winn, 2b; Bell, rf; Caroline Berner, Mary: Bussell, Dick 3"I '

Calleja, Ib; Holstine, Ib; Roberts Schiffli, Kim Kolstad, Nora Oglesby, ..rr7 -

cf; Carlton, If; ,F. Hollingsworth, Jean Augur, Wanda Jean Shelter

3b; Bass, c; J. Hollingsworth, ss; and Joan Walker {' ; .i',: ". '.

Hare, ss; Avant, p. : q : ,;: ; ::,
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Lake Worth, First Game
Postal Movie Shown
Grimmett, ss; Arvis, Ib; Maloy, ft-1 \J ;:.S' ." ',.. .-

rf; Barman, cf; Kern, If; Otto, "

2b; McTavish, 3b; Brodbeck, c; At Kiwanis MeetingErnest tJ '

Beady, p.. .r .., ..
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Clewiston, Second Game Abel, of West Palm Beach, ir
Bell, rf; Hare, 3b;; Carlton, ''If; vice-president of the Florida division _

Roberts, cf; Calieja, Ib; F. of the National Federation of

Hollingsworth, ss; J. Hollings- Post-office Clerks presented a movie,
sLUBRICATES UPPER CYLINDER and VALVES
worth, c; Winn, 2b; Forbes, p. 0911 GUS
"Here Comes The Mail" at the 1NAS

;, Grimmett Lake Worth, ,Arvis Second Ib Game weekly meeting of the Kiwanis INCREASES POWER SAVES WEAR .
ss; ; Barman, Club at the Innn Wednesday evening. -
.l..; cf; Kern, If; Otto, 2b; McTavish, !

3b; Brodbeck, rf; Hooks, c;
The movie was concerned with a
Biesnecker, p.
behind-the-scenes account of handl-

ing the mail and showed a num-
t l'
ber of ways in which little thoughtless ., <. .
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s BowlingThe acts considerable by patrons trouble sometimescause to post Ijl.'tiiil' t k .jJ OUT IN FRONT I \

;. local elimination bowling office clerks. Notably among these ;' .$(:. .', ,' .0 & ,, @' ,. *
.I. @ "":<4 : 'U'l",
?.::: tourney advanced this week to the was the affixing of three one cent ( .: ii.$1:: *7,4::';>:I; ,t

'.:,', fourth bracket and semi-finalists stamps in. line to a letter. These the first primary, Holland
will be chosen from the next stamps cannot all be cancelled in rltf l _% ;:;<.A "' .' ' bracket to be played 'next week. It the machine and the letter must : W'';:' ':. w ';:> \: x:,. high man over his second
,r-I: is anticipated that the tournament be taken out and hand-cancelled. t5.<<>:-.s, ':'" "<' 'l.1f4\w.mr .: .i,

: may be closed out next week. Business men were urged also to 1'ff"I ""-'W c' -primary opponent 50 of the. 67counties .

"" ':: v In third bracket matches played have stenographers post mail at :: 4ft
; of the state. He polled 116-
[, this week J. B. Brantley with 172- noon instead of after hours to.as .. ,
y(>>:&wt%:>'w4t"'it if. !w.
' .: 139-151 eliminated Carr Settle with great an extent as possible. In f: fr* ;l f1l' ; 184 votes against 92,867 for his second -
f. 105-99-107; Munselle Stone with nearly every; office' the mail comes I ':/i r.yg ff. <,(.yr" -$A .
f4k W iJ1V'J lead: of r
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' : :/f1p'I i: \( ,? ": "" : : 23,317 votes. '

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",.",r. I'I'I .t&& .:, __ ":.'}.. $' ;tt{,' .:) Thousands more who lost favorite -
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) ff.';.t.,, ....: : .%*:;:r tl'",. :f'tw4.?:;: ii1 have wired and written that they are

<. ,; lr:: ''fiW0il with Holland in the second.





: I, 'Holland Has. The Stuff" ,



"Spessard L. Holland won because he has the stuff," says I
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_,- the Orlando Times. '"He' not only carried his home county of

J (PAID POLITICAL ADVERTISING) Eolk, but .he was first ,in Orange county, first in Hillsborough,

r. ;where he smashed -the machine to shreds, Lake county, our

immediate neighbor to the west, and. other counties vital to


f CHARLES CX Be-elect ANDREWS his triumph.


' j "Probably the very best reason for his 100,000 vote was because of his.hon .....
UNITED
I STATES'SENATOR esty, his integrity, his character, his standing a citizen, his abhorrence of rings,

Sen. Andrews has fought for and can be depended upon to machines and '?'corruption. Secondly, he knew Florida's government from actual
,
' ,:, continue fighting for:
experience. Being first in Tallahassee shows

L Keeping the United States out of war, except in defense of the what the people there, knowing public officials,
e Monroe Doctrine, and sufficient
filet Improbable. preparedness to make such a con- think of him. ,!His platform was sound. Con- Newspaper Endorsements

2. The protection and development % gratulations, Spessard Holland." Holland had first primary endorsements
of Florida's agricultural : i I over all other tenSHPESSAoRD
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products, particularly its win l r '. t' L. I candidates in the race from:
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ter fruits and vegetables, Sea 11 ;, .f' ) ')
Island cotton, and tobacco; the ', ''to ) THE TAMPA TRIBUNE
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THE MIAMI HERALD
removal of'all restrictions t".#" .
against the production of ( THE lIIAlNEWS
sugar LAD
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In the State. ( \, ") THE ST.PETERSBURG TIMES
1! "\ THE LAKELAND LEDGER
3. Permanent security for the r : .. .
.,,c aged -the blind, the disabled; < ", ; '. cl TIlE DAYTONA BEACH NEWS
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adequate provision for disabled k 1I'i;',; y l FOR GOVERNOR OF FLORIDA And Many Others

veterans their widows and de:1. :

petJdmts. "Deeds-Not Promises"i
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