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Title: The Clewiston news
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Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: July 5, 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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I VOLUME 14; NUMBER 30 CLEWISTON, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JULY 5, 1040 SUBSCRIPTION $2.00 PER YEAR '.1

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DRAINAGE BOARD IS Bridge To Be Built AGRICULTURE COURSETO Etherton Building LAWRENCE REPORTS '


Over Drainage CanalAt Two Tourist UnitsPaul

MEETING TODAY AT BE TAUGHT HERE TO KIWANIS CLUB _

the request of Clewiston farm-

INN TO PLAN ZONESThe ing Bowden Interests and ,others Including who expect W. to S. NEXT SCHOOL TERM construction Bussey of began two this new week tourist the 1 ON INTERNATIONALA.

I cabin units for Glen Etherton at
develop more than 2,000 acres of
his Sugarland Tourist Camp and
muck land the south side of -
on
Everglades Drainage Dis- The Hendry County Board of expect to have them ready for .
W. Lawrence
local Kiwanis
Island
the gravity canal in Diston
trict's board of supervisors is meet- Public Instruction, in regular occupancy In a couple of weeks. Club who
secretary; returned the
District during the coming fall sea-
ing in Clewiston today at the Clew- commissioners monthly session Tuesday at La- The new units are being built I past week-end from a vacation tripto
the board of
county -
son
... iston Inn in an attempt to arriveat of Glades county agreed at the Belle elected Joel P. King as teacher just west of the three units put his former home- in Minnesota
of vocational agriculture
some definite system of rezoningof meeting this week' to construct a I up last year and will be slightly and while there attended the Ki-
the district as outlined at a for the Clewiston school during larger than those now in use. The wanis International convention in
bridge across the canal to make this
series of meetings with landownersheld the 1940-41 term upon the recom- units built last 12'x24' and
land accessible.It year are Minneapolis gave an, account of the '
throughout the district during mendation of J. F. Williams, jr., the 14'x28'. .
In all
new are
ones convention to the club at its week-
is reported that the new bridge I
the past two weeks.In of Gainesville, state supervisor of other will be similar. I
respects they
ly meeting at the Inn Wednesdaynight.
will be built at a point near the education.The .
agricultural
establishing new zone lines the canal Each unit contains two rooms, .
junction of the No. 1 pump
will be according -
teacher paid, -
board will take into considerationthe
and the gravity canal. Some of the to the law governing this each room with private bath. The Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence were
amount of delinquent taxes
richest land in the district is saidto minimum ofilSO.OO buildings Ware of frame constructionwith among the group of eighty-five Ki-
the salary
course,
which be secured from each
may have laid idle for several :years metal roof, novelty siding and wanians and wives from Florida
is
$ and this salary on a
zone and the ability of the various
zones to pay taxes in'the future in ,because the canals cut off accessto twelve-month's basis.. Half of the concrete pier foundation. who were headquartered during the
it by tractor and truck. convention at the Radison Hotel.
the state the
salary is paid by and
' an effort to work out a plan which
remainder by the county school There each morning the group
I' will permit refinancing the $17-
, if 00,0,000 indebtedness of the district board. FORT MYERS YOUTHKILLED' breakfasted together before the con-
INJURY JINX LOSES vention
I began. The Floridianswere
should the RFC offer a loan The addition of a course in Vocational -

to the district. This loan is now agriculture has been recom- distinguished by blue arm

being reconsidered by RFC. mended for the past several years IN ACCIDENTAT bands with Florida lettered on
FIRST HALF FLAG
blue
but it is understood that there must them in gold, neckties with a
The last of the meetings with the
Florida in gold and their
be guaranteed at least forty boys scene con-
landowners took place Tuesday in for the classes, before the state LABELLE FRIDAY' vention badges with name and
FOR LOCAL NINEThe
West Palm Beach and W. Turner
will share in the salary of a teacher. recognition as a delegate.The .
Wallis, head of the landowners
This year there will be an enrollment convention opened on Sunday
committee, submitted a map to
J Clewiston baseball team large enough to make the (Hendry County News) June 20 but no business was transacted -
show how proposed rezoning, as Funeral services for' Grover C.
I"! : which played 'splendid ball duringthe course possible and civic groups are until Monday. The Sunday
outlined at the various meetings, Hackney Jr. 23-year old filling :I
'"' first games of the Lake-Coast cooperating to furnish land for evening I address was made by
I would differ from the former zon- station employee who lost his life
League and seemed sure winnersof cultivation and the necessary equip- Richard D. Raines, D. D., a.Methodist -

ing.L. the first-half flag with ten vic- ment for teaching the course Friday in an automobile accident, minister whose ability as a
W. Mashburn for held afternoon in the
appraiser Sunday
tories against one defeat, was over- Superintendent. S. A. Graves told were speaker is attested' to by the fact

Reconstruction Finance Cor- come by a jinx to lose' their last the board that he expected to're- chapel of Spooner and Englehartin that he is compelled to deliver two
poration, has been in Clewiston for Fort Myers, the Rev. W. E.
four This loss identical
games. four game ceive state'money sometime this sermons each Sunday

several days working' on a new to Pompano gave the first-half flagto month which would permit all Dance, pastor of the Christian morning because his church, one

survey of the district and says thatit Lake Worth. teachers' for the past term to be church officiating. Interment was of the largest in, Minneapolis is unable -
will require probably another J in Fort cemetery with the
Myers
First, breakdownJ in the well- paid in full.SUPREME. to accomodate the crowds who
week or ten days to complete his Elks in charge.
lodge
balanced ball club which started throng to hear him. Mr. Lawrence

investigations. The last appraisalof the season for Clewiston' was the The accident occurred at 2 a. m. said that after, listening,to him he

the district was made in 1938' loss of LeRoy Hare who went to Friday on the West Palm Beach couldn't blame anyone for wantingto
and the drainage district board and COURT UP-
; highway at Rope Bend a mile westof
Wisconsin to take a position and be present at every sermon.

the landowners contend that the Coburn Moore who left for a six LaBelle, ,as young Hackney and On Monday the Kiwanis President

district is much betteroff now weeks' ROTC camp Next was the HOLDS SENTENCE OF Sherman Luckey were returning Bennett O. Knudson of Albert

than it was then and has 'a greater game at Lake Worth on June 15 from Fort Myers where they spent Lea, Minn., formally opened the

tax-paying ability.It when Calleja, ,regular firstbaseman the evening before. They left La- convention and acted as 'master of

has been hoped that the indebtedness was injured. The following FORMER OFFICIALThe Belle early Thursday afternoon ceremonies: throughout all sessions.

might be settled for Sunday against :Pompano in the headed for the beach where they The Kiwaniang were welcomed both

about forty of forty-five cents'' on first disastrous double-header spent several hours. After dark by the mayor of Minneapolis and
:
the dollar which would permit fu- 'I Charles Roberts was out' with an state supreme court .Saturday they visited with Mr. and Mrs. of St. Paul and were then thrilledto

t..t;,. ,turc -taxes .,to, b...-reda %? ,jr\atc.rta.l- ) I Grover Hackney, the dead boy's
+ 1' infected,;Jhrqat.jUiA; ?,Clam: first upjield the verdict of vthe circuit hear the' dynamic :young governor

ly in some zones and'delinquent string, catcher, .was 'crjppled by a court and Judge 'George' W. White- parents. It was after 1 o'clock.' <- Harold: Stassen who left immediately '

. taxes to be'settled on a basis of pitched ball in the first half of the hurst's sentence 'of three years on when they started for LaBelle. after his talk:to make the key-

two years back on the 1937 assess- first inning of the first game caus- Frank A.. Dougherty, former Hendry Sheriff H. L., DeLaney said young note address at' the Republican Na-

ment. Federal court has held that ing his retirement from the game county tax collector; for' the ,em- Hackney, who was driving, had to tional Convention.

the 1925 Act, levying a high assess- i The 'shifts in the line-up causedby bezzlement of $969.38vhile\ he all appearances fallen asleep at One outstanding talk, Mr. Lawr-

ment, would hold and that all delinquent -, these injuries and sickness" failed the wheel as tire tracks approaching -
was in office. It is not known at ence said, was that of G. Howard
taxes would be due un-. to click. Roberts returned to the this time what move Dougherty'sattorneys' the wreck showed that the car Ferguson of Toronto, Canada, the

less some settlement of the 'debtis line-up in last Sunday's game but Judge W. D. Bell of had gradually bore to the left fora former premier of Ontario. Mr.

completed. was forced to retire when hit bya Arcadia and Louis 0. Gravely of distance of approximately 100 (Continued on page )'

I pitched ball.' Clark was ill in 1 LaBelle will make as they have 20 I yards to a point where it struck 8)i,
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Pompano Wins Two this game and was replaced by Ray I I days by law in which to take the edge of the shoulder where the .

Bass who had been behind the further action if they choose. dirt is soft, turned completely over Morans Return From'I

Games ,Here SundayPompano's bat but a few minutes when a The high court decided' that landing in the bottom of the ditch

fast ball ,hooked a, fingernail and Dougherty received a fair trial and upside down.Hackney South American Trip ,

out he went. The only other catcher that no harm was done when the was thrown out and the
baseball team
came left was Halson Avant who had not bailiff carried soft drinks into the car turned over on him. His chest r
to Clewiston, last Sunday and repeated Mrs W. Moran -
returned
attempted to catch in several Mr. and Jay
years. jury room the door closing behind was crushed and he suffered: bruises
their performance of the The team believes that this injury him: while ,deliberations were in .on the cheek and temple. Dr. C. E. Wednesday evening from' a
previous Sunday, defeating the local
jinx has done its worst, now progress. Weaver said he died instantly. vacation trip around South America -
team two, games, 13-0, and 5-2. which took them more than
and that the Clewiston team will The specific amount representsa Luckey, who was asleep on the h
Almost everything happened in return to its best form for' the check paid by the Standard Lumber back scat received a broken jaw sixteen thousand air miles by Pan-
the first game and it was weird American clipper and many other I
second half.Quiet
Corporation of Sears in pay- (Continued on page 8)) "
exhibition of baseball. The visitors
hundreds of miles on ,side trips by 11
ment of taxes
personal property
scored on almost anything and Fourth IsCelebrated auto, train and boat. Their plane
for the year 1937. Dougherty's removal -
Lobnitz held the local batters hitless Fred Commissioners Ask landed in Miami about six o'clock
from office Gov.
by
4 until the eighth inning when Wednesday afternoon and they arrived .
Bell and Clark smashed out singles Here Cone.March. 25, 1939 was later For RightOfWayThe in Clewiston that night about '

f but died on base. Avant was forcedto sustained by the senate. nine thirty.Mr. I J

give away on the mound to Thursday's observance of Inde- .
Moran stated this morning
Vaughn and Holstine ,was also call- pendence Day was a quiet one in Bill Johnson Lands board of county commis- the itinerary of the trip

ed in before the end of the game Clewiston and so far no accidents sioners Tuesday instructed their

but neither hurler was able to have been reported to mar the Big Black BassBill attorney, H. A. Rider to file con- was favorable followed weather very conditions closely, were very I.

silence the barrage of hits from the holiday for any resident. demnation proceedings to secure encountered and the trip was':1 I l'
Pompano bats. Practically everyone in the com- the right of way for a road approximately ;
most enjoyable one. (
The second game was played on munity' had the -day off or at leasta 'Johnson, manager of John- 25' miles long which will The trip took them first to the '

an even footing with the score portion of it and most of them son's Fish Camp here, leads in the lead Into the Indian Reservation.This Ecuador where
Canal Zone, then to
tied going into the seventh inning. seized the opportunity to visit the Western Auto Store's fishing con- stretch is to be built by
visited a point near Quito
they
Pompano pushed over three runs beaches, go picnicking in the woods, test with a nine and a half pound the Indian agency under the super- Equator then to
directly on the ,
in that inning to cinch the game. take that long-delayed fishing tripor bass which he registered last week. vision of Dwight, R. Gardin of
Chile Argentina, Uruguayand
Peru, ,
Hudnall pitched this game for the I spend the day quietly with rela- Mr. Johnson said that he saw Dania, superintendent' Indian Brazil. From there their route

visitors while Forbes took care of tives in other parts of the state. the big bass lying in the shallow affairs, who succeeded F. J. Scott. Trinidad and '
to Port Au Prince,
was
A the mound duties for Clewiston. Still others seized the opportunity water at the edge of the channel The ,road will start at the south

Bass and Avant were behind the I to mend the screen door paint the I and cast directly over him several I end of the Devil's Garden road then The home.couple encountered the South +

I?q chicken coop or just lie about the times before -the fish struck. the north end of which, six miles found it not ,
bat.S. American winter but "'
L. Crochet, manager of the I house being as lazy as we all wish Fishing has been constantly im- is being widened and resurfaced uncomfortably cold at any time. f-.:;

local team, stated this morning we could be at times during warm proving and most of those going :with marl as a WPA project under There were times however, Mr. I.,i
that he had received a telegram weather. out at this time are local fisher- local supervisor C. C.. House. It :'
Moran said, when 'the sun disappeared {(
from the secretary of the leagueto But it is quite'probable that no men. Some of the larger fish land- begins at a point two miles westof weather raw.- '
i and the was
" effect that Canal Point would matter how each spent the holi- ed were a five and a half pounderby the Lamoorton Club on state They also arrived In Montivideo the, ,j",!

play a double-header in Clewiston day he thought more earnestly con- J. D. Gann, five pounds, four highway 25 and runs in a south- bared
Nazi
day that the plot was j ,
Sunday which means that the cerning the real reason for the holi- ounces by M. F. Palmer and a six easterly direction into the reserva- there for the over-throw of the ;

4. second half of the league play, day observance than for many years and a half pounder brought in byJ. tion. Gardin asked last week that government but they saw no out- f

which had been expected to be de- past. A. McGehee and sons Pat and the right of' way be secured so ward display of 'alarm in the city. _!r

layed until about July, will get Wilbur. that construction could begin.

underway at that time. FLORIDA PAINTER WINS O. A. Clark and a companion The only expense to the county

SIGNAL RECOGNITION brought in' sixteen nice bass Sun- will be to furnish a dragline for Kiwanis To Sponsor

BUILDING PERMITS INCREASE day and Dick Taylor and Dick use in crossing low ponds in several \

Venice, July 4-FNS) Lois Crawford also brought in their 'places on the proposed route where Dance Next FridayThe

Jacksonville, July 4-FNS- Bartlett Tracy of this city was legal limit. Mr. McGehee and sons the Indian agency's equipment Is

Building permits issued by 39 cities signally honored by having a painting had one of the finest strings seen' inadequate. Plans for this road

', during the month of May showed a one of her most recent works, here in some time, each of them were drawn up two years ago and Kiwanis Club is making plans'r I\

gain of $1,750,000 over the same "Sorrowing Christ", placed on exhibition having taken their limit. since then efforts have beeu madeto for sponsoring a public dance next
; ".. month a year and Friday night, July 12, in the high
ago according to at the New York World's secure the necessary required :

,.; figures compiled by the Florida I Fair.. AMERICAN:: LEGION right of way. school auditorium to raise funds
''- State Chamber underprivileged children'swork ,
"r of Commerce. A radical departure from her for the
;:'::, The monthly review of business 4-FNS-The of the club. ,
.': ,;' : customary technique and subject Tallahassee, July
"t issued by the Federal Reserve Bank matter "Sorrowing' Christ" has American Legion, pleased with the 200 boys who spent a week here A West Palm Beach dance orches- .

:'- of Atlanta shows that only two been received as an outstanding success of Boy's State recently learning about government by tra will probably furnish the music- f i' \,

I' ";;'southern states, Georgia and Florida painting in development of Bibical held, is already making plans fora operating a make-believe state returned and a charge of '$1.00 per. couple" .

0';', J ,show building gains during May. themes. similar event in 1941, as nearly:' to their homes. 1 will be :made. .\ '-

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I QUESTIONS

SUNDAY L,csson

By HAROLD L. LUNDQUIST. D. D. Carving'knives, when not in use,
iR E ENMfU Dean of The of Moody Chicago.Bible Institute. always should be protected either

MI (Released by Western Newspaper Union.) in a box'or carefully wrapped so

that the edge does not come ,in
Washington, D. C. Lesson for July 7 contact with other cutlery.
HITLER AND U. S. *

From diplomatic information it is To avoid a_ scorched taste when
Lesson subjects and Scripture texts se
possible to get a general idea of n ; ;/H.. h v 1+ lected and copyrighted by International food sticks to the bottom of a
what the immediate future will bring permission Council of Religious Education: used by saucepan, remove contents immediately -

forth in Europe if Hitler takes Eng- to a clean pan and don't

land, as he seems sure to do in ,hA74 JOB TEMPTED TO DOUBT stir up any' of'the stuck portion.
the next month. ? 1 GOD'S GOODNESS *

,, FIRST, he will want to buy U. S. Carpets can be kept clean and

cotton and grain in large quantitiesin LESSON TEXT-Job 2113. their colors bright if they are 't
fact, he will be willing to take SXt GOLDEN TEXT-In all this Job sinned swept occasionally with a broom
most of our surplus-but he will Hot. nor charged God foolishly.-Job 1:22. dipped in hot water to which

want a huge loan from the United turpentine has been added.
r States government to do it. This Poetry has in all ages been the

will be called reconstruction financ- language of the soul. Feelings beyond EnibroideredPicture

ing, and it will be tempting bait to the reach,of the choicest prose

.-' farming and business groups. seem to pour forth unhindered Of Freedom's
w SECOND, it is more than likely ,through the poetic channel. That is Lady
' that Hitler will offer to freeze the one reason, why Christian people find

/ armaments of Europe and the Unit- such a response in their own soulsas

;, ed States on the basis of their pres- they read the magnificent poetryof r .r

ent armed strength. the Bible. For the next three

t..: This also will be tempting to a months we are to be privileged to
American public. The z :: z-
; tax-ridden carryon a study of the Bible poets.
,1r
:;' United States always has favored The book of Job deals with and

; disarmament, and several times has solves the fundamental problem,

c'', proposed freezing armaments. How- 'MOTHER'S DAY OUT' ',"What is the meaning of the .suffering : ::

((.. ever, this was when France and (See Recipes Below) of the righteous?" Our first lesson -, l \\ t
... England had an army and navy,and : presents Satan as ..the'great ad-
':;i when this country was protected by Was there ever a homemaker who versary and accuser' of man, and
r them in South America. didn't wish now and then that she While all the luscious, tempt- reveals 'that man may successfullyresist / / L L if&ATK \
': Today, Hitler's reported plant could '"play hookey" for one after- ing berries and fruits are avail- him by faith in God.I. ;,111
would leave the United States with noon without the dire consequencesof able, make use of them in as
Satanic Accusation .
(vv. 1-5)
;'"' less than 250,000 men, Germany with leaving her family to shift for itself many ways as you can.
h5-: about 3,000,000. In other words, Latin at meal time? It can be done In this column next week Elea- The lesson opens with a scene in i
heaven -
where :
America would be attack nor Howe will give some of the angelic beings '
open
t.
. : to. and it's a wise homemaker who arranges you i .r'wr ,II-
: at any time, and the United her schedule during'the her own practical, tested recipesfor present themselves to give an account -

, States would be powerless to pre- pleasant summer weather, to allow using summer fruits and ber- of their activities. Satan, too,
is there as the adversary and accuser 1 Y ;I,
vent it. ries. Be sure to read this column
/" for a few hours of leisure, here and
F. Nevertheless, Hitler's plans would there. next week. of men's1 souls. He had already,

have strong appeal in the United by God's permission and as a test I
i': if by Plan a meal, for "Mother's Day of Job's faith, destroyed all of Job's
States, especially accompanied without watch- 2 salt .GodBless merica F
Out, that will cook teaspoons property and taken from him his
1 the usual Nazi propaganda stating : while 2 cakes softened in '%
ing you're yeast
cup
':., that Hitler had only the kindliest' family (see Job 1:14-19), but he had
'.. ideas about the United States and I away; casserole lukewarm water not destroyed Job's trust in God Transfer No. Z9191
dishes that 2 (well beaten)
,. require eggs (1:21).
E for
cherished absolutely no designs
s': soil. long, slow 5 cups flour Now Satan had a new charge; TOWERING majestically over
; any part of her cooking are ideal. 2 cups whole wheat or graham namely,-that Job could'bear the loss harbor, "Miss Lib-
the
.', Note-This was propaganda With a simple flour erty" ,is an ever-impressive reminder o'
. from on of his children and his riches, but if
Germany before dropped the tanks airplanes It salad dessert and Pour scalded milk over honey, God would permit his own body to of our heritage as Ameri-
France
I'. told how France and Germany came.had beverage, you shortening and salt, in large mixing be afflicted, he would deny God. It cans. Holding aloft the glowing
can have a highlysatisfactory bowl. Cool to is the familiar refuge of those who torch of freedom, she represents
in
: basic could live -
, no quarrel, peace
dinner r lukewarm. Then democratic America. So
we
: ; would lie about the servants of God pauseto
:F 'I,, indefinitely. / add softened to say, "He is in it for what he gets pay her tribute in an embroi-
to, HITLER'S SECRET' GAS Or perhaps a menu that permits ? yeast and well- out of it." Those who use that lie dered picture that should stir every -
::' beforehand preparations will suit beaten Add American heart. As transfer
eggs. well
military fI0 do to .recognize the, originatorof
f. All the evidence gathered by -
you better. Select, for it, foods up/ about half the their calumny they are working Z9191, 15 cents, this stamps to
;
t: agents'' abroad now points to the that,can be made ready (except fora C:I( flour, beat well. with Satan when they thus hinder about 17, by.21inch. size. Send.order -
it: that Hitler's secret plan "
: probability few last-minute touches), hours fffr( Add remaining the Lord's"work to: -"*/ V" ; :
II
Britain l
for conquering poison
gas.
,:. ahead of time. :Make use of canned flour and mix until \...
:, It is significant'that so far Hitler II.' Spiritual Integrity (vv. 6-10).
and
; packaged foods, too, that will the dough is smooth. Place bat- I
<', has not used gas. Even more significant The trial of Job was most severe, AUNT MARTHA
., permit you to serve tempting eve- ter in greased 'bowl, grease dough
is the fact'that he has been Box 166-W Kansas City, Mo.
for only his life was spared. His
meal
..' ning with a minimum amountof generously ,and cover. Store in refrigerator -
storing it up in huge reserves. time and effort.Here's until needed then let affliction was evidently not only that Enclose 15 cents for each pattern
,.. French and British intelligence officers of boils on his skin (which would desired. Pattern No.............
dough to
warm room temperature
r.. have sent back reports that a menu that's quickly and have been bad enough), but a sys- Name ...............................
easily prepared yet delicious shape into rolls, and let rise until
s';: alarming quantities are now manufactured so light. Bake in hot temic condition which made his Address ....................:........
that it's a moderately
bound to please crit-
t and ready for use. Whether even a
whole body sick and made him so
ical family. ,oven (400 degrees) for about 20
.:' er any new and more deadly form of minutes.Six repulsive as to be unfit to live with
' : gas has been perfected, they do not Menu for a Quick Meal. other people (see Job 7:1-5, 14, 15; Switched Titles
know. Scrambled Eggs With Creole Sauce Layer Dinner That Cooks While 16:8; 19:17-20).

\ One reason Hitler did not use gas Mixed Green Salad You're: Away. Not only did hesuffer physically

R : in attacking France and Belgium Hot Rolls Strawberry Jam (Serves 6) within an inch of his life, but he was Sometimes the same book is

'tl was that his army was moving too Fresh Fruit Cookies 1 cup potatoes (sliced raw) subjected to the mental and spiritual published in separate Americanand

.,\<'' fast. His tanks and armored cars Beverage 1 cup uncooked rice torture of having the one who should British editions under sepa-

:;. were penetrating into the enemy The scrambled eggs with Creole 1 cup onion (raw and chopped) have stood by him-his wifeurgehim rate '''titles. A 'recent case is that

:". lines so rapidly that they would sauce are easily prepared and 2 cups round steak (ground) to renounce his faith in God and of a novel' that is known in Eng-

t have caught up' with their own gas. they're a delicious basis for a very 2] cups tomatoes (cooked) die. Many who have borne excruciating land as "Take Courage" and in

! It would have hampered Nazi opera- quick meal. To save precious timeat 1 cup green pepper (chopped) physical pain have broken the United States as "The Power

tions rather than aided them. the very last,moment, collect and 3 strips bacon down under spiritual cruelty, but and the Glory." Also those asking
But in England it will be different. for "The Power' and the Glory"in
t; measure ingredients beforehand, Butter a baking casserole and Job still maintained his integrity.
For the English channel lies be- and, if you like, prepare the sauce' place all above ingredients in order Why God permitted him to suffer England are handed a book'thathas

\ ::, tween Germany and her victim. ahead of time, to be kept in the refrigerator given, in layers, in the casserole. he did not yet understand, but he been published in America as
$. There will be of the Col
no danger gas "The Labyrinthine Ways.
and reheated just before Season layers ''with salt and pepper knew God and he was willing to take
: seeping back to Nazi invaders un- lier's.
,{, serving. while putting together. Cover cas- from. His hand evil ,as well as goodv.
til land
they actually troops.
And so far all evidence indicates Salad greens can be washed, serole and bake in a slow oven (300 ( 10) as long as His heavenly trIIND9GEST1ON

that before attempting to land picked over and carefully dried, degrees), for about 2 hours. Remove Father was in control. What a testimony -

' troops Hitler will subject England hours ahead of time, then stored in cover duringlast 20 minutes of bak- '

: to a rain of bombs such as the world the vegetable crisper in the refrig- ing time, cover with bacon strips, III. Sympathetic Friendship (vv. may affect,the Heart
has before. erator until you are ready to use and complete baking.Old 11-13). Gas trapped in the stomach or gullet may act like a
. never seen them. hair-trigger on the heart. At the first sign of distress
:: Only after Hitler has gassed and Fashioned Ginger Creams. His wife and neighbors had aban- smart men and women depend on Bell-ana Tablets to
aet free.. No laxative but made of the fastest-
gas
'.' bombed England to the verge of Rolls, from yesterday's baking, or (Makes 5 dozen) doned Job, and even the children of acting medicines known for acid J indigestion. If the
:, surrender will the Nazi attack by fresh from the bakery, can be but- % cup shortening the street despised him (19:18), but bottle FIRST to DOSE us and doesn't receive prove DOUBLE Bell-ana I Money better Back.return 2Sc.

sea begin. tered, and placed in a shallow pan 1 cup sugar he did have three friends. Thank
ready to be popped into the oven 1 egg God for friendship-not the fair

U. S. WAR PRODUCTIONOne for quick heating. (Be sure they're V4 cup molasses weather kind, but the type that World's Water Power

very real worry among some kept covered during the afternoon, 2J/4 cups all purpose flour stands by in the hour of trouble. The United States geological .
of Roosevelt's friends is that after to prevent drying out). 1 teaspoon soda These friends apparently came froma survey estimates the developed

all the hullabaloo over national de- For dessert why not serve fresh Vz teaspoon salt distance (vv. 11, 12) and at some water supply of the world at 454-,

fnse, October may come around pineapple, which is better by far 1 tablespoon ginger sacrifice of time, effort and money. 000,000 horse power.iN1WL7jJ.

with not many more airplanes or' when it's peeled and cut early, gen- 1 teaspoon cinnamon Friendship that doesn't cost anything -

tanks constructed. erously sprinkled with confectioners' Granulated sugar usually doesn't amount to ,p..

This, they know, would be disas- sugar, and allowed to mellow Cream the shortening thoroughly, anything.
trous to the but also froma and chill before '
country, serving. add the sugar gradually and blend Note the intelligent and sympa-
purely political viewpoint it would Creole Sauce. well. Beat in the egg and molasses.Sift thetic manner in which they shared
mean the defeat of President Roose- -s& QEZElOtEVti\\ t
1 No. 2 can tomatoes the ingredients together and add his sorrow. They were themselves
velt or any other Democratic candi- % cup celery (diced) to the creamed mixture. Chill the sorrowful (v. 12) and they sat with
date at the in November.This .
polls 2 tablespoons green pepper dough over night in your refrigerator. him, not saying a word. In the hour Undiscovered
possibility has caused shak- (minced) Shape it into small balls and :Df deepest need words are futile
ing of heads even among several 1 tablespoon onion (minced) roll each ball in granulated sugar. and often only add to the sorrow, Emerson said: "A weed is a

cabinet members who have seen 1 teaspoon salt Place 2J/fc inches apart on a greased but how much it means in such an plant whose virtues have not yet

how slowly other projects moved in Few grains cayenne cookie sheet and bake in a mod- hour to have someone who will silently been discovered!" ,....
pepper
the know that with the
past. They nation 2 tablespoons cornstarch erately hot oven (3751 degrees) for and yet sympathetically,
voting the biggest national defense 4 tablespoons water approximately 12 minutes.Let stand by. One could wish that his
budget in peacetime history, friends had continued'as they began checks

and with the its President himself emphasizing Ing Combine and cook vegetables for and- season- This Booklet Help You. and not later have spoiled their t MALARIA
the
urgency, countryis sound- 6' 6 6''
going to expect results and expect about 15 minutes, Eleanor Howe's booklet, "House- comfort by many important in 7 days and relieves
I
which the Lord
foolish words
them fast. or until the vege- hold Hints, is a handy practical ing but ,
tables are done. guide to easier' homemaking. You'll had to condemn in the serious words COEfBSLIQUIDCABLETS

CAPITAL CHAFF Mix cornstarch 7 find in it the answers to lots of found in Job 42:7, 8. SALVE.NOSB PROPS- symptoms first day

Summer heat has come to Wash- with water, and troublesome homemaking problems; We shall see the answer to the
ington, but not the new fiscal year. add to the sauce. and how to plan an efficient kitchen; question regarding suffering in our Try"Rnb-My-Tlsm"Wonderful Liniment

Result: No, electric fans for the I Cook for about 10 //\ /mfv-*&! \ what to do to protect the fingers lesson for July 21 as being that man'
state'department. The building has minutes, or until when painting; how to save time in might be brought to really know God
just had its wiring changed from di- sauce has thick- sewing. You'll find the answers to and to see himself in the light of i1l 1UEiJAl'TECIE

rect to alternating current, but the ened. these and many more questions in God's holiness. Thus, by victory M The buyer's assurance is the advertising

money for new fans is not available Graham Refrigerator Rolls. this useful, inexpensive book. through testing, man proves to him- he or she reads in the newspaper.
until the new fiscal year (Makes about 4 dozen) To get your copy now, send 10 self and to his fellow men that God U That is the buyer's guide. It tells the
cents in. coin to "Household ,Hints ,of our fullest confidence,
worthy
White House conferencesare is Ltt: the
press 2 cups milk (scalded) @ prices one must expect to pay.
drawing between 150 and 200 V4 cup strained honey care Eleanor Howe, 919 North Mich- that faith in Him will bring us seller who tries to charge more beware!
newsmen these days. I % shortening igan Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. through the deepest darkness and
cup Released by Western Newspaper Union.) the severest trial. Y'





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Role of Women and Children Buzzing Ears


fJ Behind the Lines of Battle n

And DizzinessBy + r .
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1 Back to First Love :
Night Came
(Women all over the world step out of character to meet the demandsof "
"Getting married I hear? "Whatever "
?
are you doing cried
For not all phases' of the Great War are fought in the front DR. JAMES W. BARTON :
war. "Yes, old man, to the very first father, as he saw Jimmy emptying a
battle lines. The vast organization that feeds, clothes and supplies the Released by Western Newspaper Union.) girl I fell in love with." bottle of ink into the goldfish bou.1.

fighting armies with the sinews of war plays a vital part in the general MOST cases of dizziness are "Well, I congratulate you onyour "I'm turning it to night Daddy, so th.
scheme of things. To meet this need the nations involved in the great to some disturbance of memory." fishes can sleep replied Jimmy.

struggle overseas have mobilized ,the women and boys to do their bit the ear or the liver. Maybe So .

behind the lines, as well as the men who are unable to serve at the front. What is known as Meniere's Love is ends just in a a game tie. which. frequently A teacher was trying to explainthe

word "widower" to a' little
disease of syndrome -
pupil.
has sudden at- Subject Material
TODAY'SHEALTH
"What would call
J
you a man
"Professor Smith is a famous
tacks of dizziness who had just lost 'his wife?" he
F f entomologist-an expert on para-
... as its outstanding sites." asked. i
f: symptoms, together COLUMN "Bring 'him around to meet my. "Very 'careless," replied the
youngster.
brother-in-law!"
1'7. with .nausea

and vomiting. "Deafnessand
AS DAD SEES IT
tinnitus (singing' the ear) a
I I I1
:.fiC may occur just before or just
,K J N O S- e t after the attack of dizziness, I .
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nausea and vomiting. I
pOhMD FREE!
"The attacks are so suddenly severe 3 CIRCUS

. \ : that patients are 'struck down' InEvtnjPackaatGame CUT-OUTS
and walking without aid is usually k

; 1 impossible:",It is this "suddenness"and ,. ., '
/ y : being struck down and unableto Animals
# walk without help that is the real "When your son has completedhis Foresters estimate game ani-
Meniere's disease studies what will he be?" mals
difference between totaling 1,600,000 are. roam-
and the ordinary feeling of "Oh, about" 78 years of, age, I ing the national forests. Deer,are

lightheadedness and dizziness.The should think. the most plentiful but all species

treatment of Meniere's disease Frozen There except mountain sheep, moose,
.in the department of inter- May-I can't bear that man. He and grizzly bears have increased
nal medicine,. Lahey always smiles to himself when- rapidly in numbers since 1924.

t" 4 clinic, Boston, re- ever I say anything silly.
l: Somewhere 'in England The corner ported in Medical Fay-I know, dear. A sort of FOR SHAVING COMFORT-PLUS SAVING USE
\ / of a shell-shed, showing women marking Clinics of North perpetual grin. 7 SINGLE EDGE OR
Kent t.Blades 10 S sdEI 1 0 C
e shell cases before the projectiles are filled : : America, may be ei- f1n..t St1
/Y & ther medical or sur- Not Safe
Y. with explosive. England has already issued
"And why won't let me take
gical. you you Florence Nightingale's Voice
a call for 1,000,000 women to work on muni'lions. ;yaY<'>' "The medical manN on the river in a nice boat?" asked the Florence Nightingale's voice,
Some three'million British women did this during the'World war. visitor
most
:: agement giving preserved in a record of a brief
Mona Fricdlander, beautiful 25-year-old British woman flyer, who s keep
can
was selected among the eight women pilots who will jerry new army use of a diet low in head above you water, and-and-/' can't your by the British Broadcasting sys
airdromes thus relieving male pilots sodium-apples, asparagus tem.
planes from factories to military swim, replied Tommy.
for combat duty. w cabbage,
Dr. Barton brussels sprouts, let-

tuce, grapes, lem-

ons, oranges, sugar, jelly, honey; /7KEEP
unsalted butter and bread, the I AW SMOKING ON
avoidance of table salt and the ad-

..... <. ide.ministration" of ammonium chlor- THE SLOW-BURNING SIDE


The Foods to Avoid. WITH CAMELS. THEY GIVE'
The foods that contain a large
amount of sodium and therefore
ME EXTRA MILDNESS AND
should be avoided are: ordinary

bread, salted butter, crackers, eggs, ,h
meat, milk, spinach, carrots, beets, yr a eXTRA COOLNESS
oatmeal and all, corned, pickled,.
smoked or salted foods.,

aM T If the above treatment does not
;v 30 Snhu A4n d.
give relief, the patient is referredto s' PATRICIA ENGLISH,
,tIn the surgeon who cuts nerve fibers noted lion trainer
supplying certain parts of the ear.

UIGHT YOU ARE, Patricia
this factory are made for Daughters of Britannia are here Eighteen patients were placed on .
caps the medical treatment above out- R English. Camels are more (
the rapidly growing British army. shown in a military clothing fac- lined (eight men and ten women). than mild. They give you the .
Wires are put in the brim for stif tory in ''London sewing on new uniforms Thirteen of the patients had ;,,.;.. .S, natural mildness of costlier to- ',
symp- 4 baccos-plus the extra mildness t
the warriors.
for ;
fening.
toms in both ears-buzzing, roaringand )
aT of a slower way of burning I
uu h'hm.uou ,_u. ___....._.........'h.... ___'___.._.._ w' 'm..m.............__ deafness. which means freedom from the ...f
Despite the fact' that these were irritating qualities excess 1

.' outpatients and could not be under heat.Andalongwithextramild- I
},.
/ %{ : complete control, 12 of the 18 pa- h Y >'.< s ness, extra coolness, and extra
tients obtained complete relief from ,flavor Camels also give youInrecentlaboratorytestsCAMELSburned25slcwer '.
the acute attacks, although two still extra smj&ing (see below).
'
L. ';;! >< had annoying ear noises.
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Worry Can Cause ....., i

than the average of the 15 other of the largest-
Organic Disease selling brands tested-slower than any of them.That

means, on the average, a smoking plus equal

THERE is no question but that to'r
have been slow in : r EXTRA SMOKES r at
recognizing the effect of the mind

: upon the working of the organs of 0 PER PACK !Si+H

the body-heart, stomach and diges- ..",".,
{ m.ww.'';i iuiGermany's tion, blood vessels and blood pres-

sure, and other organs and proc- FOR EXTRA MILDNESS,.
women are now mobilized to work in the factories and esses. Today, however, the physi-
fields while the fighting is going on far from home. After work the girls cian knows, as the old family doc- EXTRA COOLNESS, EXTRA FLAVOR ;

form in classes and study German history, all of which is temperedby tor learned years ago, that an unsettled -

the Nazi conception and interpretation of these subjects. German anxious mind can cause

.women are also playing an important part in keeping Germany aheadin actual organic disease. CAMELSWithout

the vital race for air supremacy. When a patient comes in for a
consultation today, most physicians
listen patiently to his whole story

r4 / //#, .Jr'/':/if/ H4%fylii k''h'2f w ai and, because parts of the story do COSTLIER TOBACCOS "rang'
/ / not fit into of
r /Ga a regular pattern
" i r f '? ryyyyyrN rN'/ lN'lyov4 r some disease, do not tell him thereis
nothing wrong with him. They
-q realize that the patient must be Without Purpose Led by the Heart
convinced about his ailment and so 'We do not lack ability, so much I The head is frequently the dupe
a complete examination is made. as we lack purpose." of the heart. ;
This may'include the X-rays, a visitto
the dentist or other specialist,
and complete consideration of all Get this FREEBIBIEY' \
the findings given. If no organic '
/ ii condition is found, the physician For over 70 years grateful people all over the South have trusted ';
/
,4 states this fact to the patient and Wintersmith's Tonic for the relief of Malaria. To convince '

lrg% r'. in most cases, with the mind relieved YOU,we are offering this complete,761-page Holy Bible,FREE. : ,
/ of anxiety the symptoms dis- Just mail the top from one large carton (or the tops from two

appear. small cartons)to Wintersmith Chemical Co.,Inc.,Louisville,Ky.THE .

How Difficult Cases Were Handled.A .
T T
number of years ago a Prot-
estant clergyman and a Catholic
priest were attached to one of the
hospital clinics in London. A patient, f

Important work is being done' after being thoroughly examinedand s,
no organic disease found which
by the women of the warring p could account for his symptoms,
:: countries in the fields these Y >s'.
handed to the
:;, was over clergymanor
days. Above is in \ ADVERTISER INVITES, YOUR ,
>:'> a scene an priest. In most cases by care-
: ; asparagus field in a Berlin sub ful and sympathetic questioning, the The advertiser assures us that his goods
I urb. (Right) This girl driller worry, fear, anxiety, obsession or COMPARISON are good.He invites us to compare them ,
is employed in one of the aircraft other emotional disturbance was with others.We do.Should he relax for a minute and let his standards drop, \
; where brought to light and suggestions giv- we discern it. We tell others. We cease buying his product.Therefore he
factories Britainturns en as to the best manner of han keeps up the high standard of his wares,and the prices as low as possible.
out her bombing planes. .
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PAGE FOUR THE CLEWISTON NEWS FRIDAY, JULY 5, 1040

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The Clewiston News at this time. The men who termed other equipment in any quantity, intrudes itself on the festive ban- Said certificate embraces the fallowIng -
Western North Carolina "the Flori- and if governmental leaders can quet, and like the detestable harpy, described property In tho Countyof
State of
Hendry Florida, to-wit:
da mountains" named them correctly. ever make up their minds and will pollutes the very viands of the E% Gov. Lot 3 and Lots 4 and 5,
Published every Friday In Clewiston We're looking longingly aheadto cut the red tape and regulation to table; which contaminates the refreshing Sec. 21, Twp. 43, S Rgre. 28 E.
The assessment of the said
Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS a few weeks there. permit industry to function. draught while it is being under the said certificate Issued property was
Inc. Henry Ford has been criticizedfor inhaled; which prompts the cow- In the name ,of Unknown. 'j.

o Carl Hanton called it the '"Willkie: refusing to make planes for the ardly assassin to launch his poisoned deemed Unless according said certificate to law, shall the property be re- .jI"\

KEATIELEY BOWDEN, Editor Way", and he wasn't wrong. This British, although he has agreed to arrows from behind the social described therein will be sold to the

week ho reprinted an editorial from produce all we need for home de board; and which renders the highest door on the bidder first at Monday the in court the month house

Entered as second class mall matter his own paper on April 23rd, before fense. Mr. Ford doesn't 'like the bottle, that boasted promoter of of August 1940 which Is the 5 day
February 1, 1927. at the Post. Office In Willkie under- of August, 1940
for
boom was thought of American planes being
any good fellowship and hilarity, an
Clewiston Florida, under the Act of Dated this 12 day of June, 1940.!
March 3, 1881.Sululcrfptlon. way. In it he frankly advised the used to destroy American cities and infernal engine charged, with dire- (Seal) WILLIAM T. HULL

Republicans to nominate Willkie, machine gun American women and ful combustion." Clerk Hendry of County Circuit, Florida Court of

whom he called "the best man to children-and he knows that two As manifested in modern times June 28. July 5-12-19, 1940
Year. ,
Rate $2.00 Per I
Roosevelt". Now Hantonis ,
succeed thousand of our best airplane politics might be more aptly defined d U u
Advertising Rates On Application.: an alternate delegate to the motors and two hundred of 'our as follows: NOTICE OF APPLICATION" FOR .
Democratic convention, and his only planes shipped to France a short TAX DEED
That powerful influence that
Devoted to the advancement and welfare alibi is, he didn't think the Republicans time ago are now In German hands
NOTICE IS
wreathes the frowning face in HEREBY GIVEN That
of Clewiston and Hendry County. would do it. and are being used against the Mrs. Annie Frierson holder of Tax
Allies. What assurance have we smiles; that causes the silent to Certificate No. 108-109, Issued the 6
become loquacious; that causes the day of June A. D. 1938, has filed
Political prognosticators should that a few thousand more planes same in my office and has made ap-
Next holiday-Labor Day. snob to become affable; that causes plication for a tax deed tcbe
subscribe to the Fort Myers News- and tanks shipped to England won'talso issued ;
the haughty to be humble; that thereon. Said certificate embraces "::
Press. fall into German hands?
I the following described property in (10.-'
At least we know now what's Mayor La Guardia, outspoken and causes the ingrate to grow grateful the County of Hendry, State of Florida -

going to happen to the French fiery, let it be known that although I ; that causes the inhospitableto to-wit:
Lots 2, 3, 4, 5,6, 7 Block 47 Court-

fleet.It. ,:N:NN. :M:N:N:N.N:N:N:..:..:..:N:M:..:..:NNIi.111. .:NI I:N:1 Italian, he has no use for either I the become aristocratic hospitable to act; that democratic causes house The square.assessment of the said property -
: Hitler or Mussolini, and served
under the said certificate issued
was a quiet Fourth of July in'i': notice on "fifth columnists" that .-what a pity it is that politics- I was in the name of 'Fannie Park
can't be with us always. But it I Unless said certificate shall
be
Clewiston. Most left town redeemed
everyone I' Too Late To ClassifyBy they wouldn't find New York a according to law, the property -
only two .
is like a second Mondayin comes every years.I
and today healthy place for their operations. described therein will be sold to
the week. RUSSELL KAY prefer to think of politics in the highest bidder at the court house
terms of this last definition. Used door on the first Monday in the month
of August, 1940 which is the 5 day

section, Every of high the school Everglades in the farming should INNNNMN:..:..:..:N:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:NN:: .. :w .. .. covers in this'not sense only, the the word efforts, politics of men, I of Dated August this, 1940.18 day of June. 1940.

teach a vocational agriculturecourse. to be elected to office and their (Seal) WILLIAM T. HULL.
In the nomination of Wendell L. Clerk of Circuit Court of
We're glad that Clewistonwill FULLER'S'FULMINATIONS doings in 'office, but also any and '' ,'
Willkie its standard bearer, the Hendry County, Florida.
as
by which and
have such a course next year every activity men No. 45 41 June 21-28, July 5-12, 1940 '.rJ
'Republican party has achieved whata women try to obtain an objective ,
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The Republicans put one over in few months ago appeared the .im- II by ingratiating ,themselves with the

the nomination of Wtendell Willkiefor possible. Until the magic name of By FULLEN WARREN public, by making themselves' agree- m t2 /zapp uL /T1ti/1.
that the Willkie came into the picture, there able and friendly.As .
President and proved was no one among the Republican ..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.<(..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: one who has viewed with
elephant still has a lot of life left
in him yet.Rumania. "white hopes" that had a ghostof sorrow the odium that has come
a chance against the strongly In this the sixth of a series of to be attached to the term, politics

is having her troublesbut entrenched Democratic ranks. weekly efforts to- disseminate a little it is my fervent hope that the time

seems less likely to be taken With the re-nomination of Frank- free learning, I am going to returnto may come when the word will be

over right now than any of the lin D. Roosevelt for a third term the originally charted 'course and thought of in this sense. Having

smaller European nations. Neither and the perpetuation of the "new "column" some about politics.At selected a suitable definition of

Germany or Russia will move in, deal" practically assured, the prob- the outset we should agreeon politics, we' now need to get a

each fearing a scrap from the other. lem of finding anyone strong enoughto the meaning of politics; we satisfactory definition of the chief

even make it a contest seemed should hit upon some satisfacory by-product of politics, a candidate.Just .
'
quite remote. Dewey, Taft, Van- definition of politics. As now used, what is a candidate? What

: .:+:.:.:+:..:..: ..:..:wo-w:..:..:..:..:..:..:..) denberg, Hoover and the rest would the term covers everything from a makes him act as he does? Whatare
r, have been "push overs" for FDR national campaign- to elect a presi- the component parts of a can-

and it is a question how far Willkiecan dent right down to the back-room didate? What is responsible for

: RAMBLINGS. get, but of all the contendershe finagling to a junto of "wardheelers. the strange antics and genuflecting 0yjVixGS

alone possesses the glamor and ." Used in this loose, superfi gyrations of a candidate?

(' By B. B. color and, punch the other so patently I cial sense, the term only describes I The ages furnish no answer to i

lacked. what might be inaptly called the these perplexing questions. Theseare

:,\" ....................'.-...........................................................'.!'...........JO..... Unknown, unhonored and unsung, phenomena of politics. I mysteries unsolved and insolu- ;'r'q

1- as far as the average run-of-the-: What the world needs is a defi- ble. The world is without a satis-

'' Well, the end of the fiscal year, mill man on the street was con- nition of politics in its basic, gen- factory definition of the strange O

<.:, as many people call June 30th, I cerned, this homespun Hoosier as- eric sense. Let us move back into specimen of homo sapiens, com- ;LOs

, has arrived. While we were mak pirant, attracting the public fancy the mists of antiquity for such a monly called a candidate. 9''N f COA4 J'

ing out the various and sundry over-night, swept the country likea definition. (Continued on page 8)
,
: reports incident to the date, we prairie fire to emerge with the Some time before the heroic 01N :

t'\' recalled the warning this column presidential nomination in hand and "three hundred" perished at the

: ; had issued the first of January regarding leaving even the leaders of the j pass of Thermopylae, a cynic philo- NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
.TAX DEED
leap year. And we wondered party that nominated him gaspingfor sopher by the name of Castoriaphus, (Senate Dill No. 163) Clewiston Federal

f. how the score was getting along, 'I breath and pinching themselves thrust upon an unresponsive world

t so we turned back thru the files and I in an effort to determine whetheror the following definition of politics. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That
Clyde Crawford, holder of Tax Certificate Savings and LoanAssociation
> counted. "Politics that baneful fiend ,
not it is really true.I No. 34, issued the 6 day' of
i So far, Dan Cupid has made an first became conscious of Will- which ,bewildereth every brain, and I June A. D. 1938, has -filed same in

r' excellent score for 1940. Mae Lily kie's real strength while attendingthe poisons ,every social feeling; which my for a office tax deed and has to be made issued application thereon.

::- and Clayton helped a ,little by National Editorial Association

,. slipping theirs in on June 30th. convention in New York a short .:..:.:NN:MNNIIN:..:NNNNNNNI.NNNNN/IN NNHNNNNN:.1:..:NNN:NNNNN:NN:N:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:N:NN.1:NINNNNN- - -:.-.:-N-:NNNNN-- :NNN1t
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\ dings in the first ,,,179 days of 1940; favored son in Manhattan I ..S.f yy

t that's almost one every ten days, was amazed by the interest on .:.'t'. .. 's"s'yy

( and I think it's a 'good showing the part of most everybody in this t yy

,.' for "our town". \ man "Willkie". Few believed that ;:::_: .4 '-, ::::
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he would win the nomination, buta : > ..," .ENJOY AN ;:'{ t
E If you think that isn't accurate, .. : ; ,:: -,'. ,'' :,; :,: ';',' .:....
: we'll jot down the names. There surprising number wanted him :: St1I:: ,' :. <} 11.
:: : t : :
r;': may be some omitted from the to, and as I talked with editors and =. ,,
i publishers from practically every .f. : ; ,; ..F ,<:; 'i'
: list, but there are none added: : ALL ELECTRIC :1:
rr t'' state in the Union, in ,attendanceat : ::" ..
!' Mrs. Sara Jo Crews-Joe Cato. : '
t the convention, I found that the ::3 i i

: Josephine Robinson-G. G. Cason, Willkie "boom" was pretty much .:.... ,: ,:. ," '.'
kf;' Jr. nationwide.And .f.r.HOM E ;
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1'1' Virginia Gallant-Jay W. Moran strange as it may seem, his ; l. ; >.,:

t". Alma Anglin-M. C. (Boe) Lolly. most ardent followers were not
ai Nettie Pearl Nelson-Carlisle I fx
anti-new-dealers or Roosevelt haters
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l: Surrency.Mrs. but rather folks not particularly :::.:. ;:
Mrs. Lucy Rice-O. A. Clark'
concerned with politics or parties 'i.): ,
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f.iit;", Gann.Anne Hudson John Dennis but very much concerned over the :.t1::i: Electricity is the modern servant; a servant that **
welfare of the
like i
country. They
"' Mrs. Elizabeth Schult-John' A. Willkie because he is not a poli- :;:+ takes care of both the work and the pleasures of the ::::::

--, Stone. tician; they have been captivatedby =:Ii:::::: home and one that will do everything quickly efficient- ::::
t.1 Mrs. Emma Ezell-J. H. Peeples, his personality and feel that his .. ,
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economically.
feet are on the ground and thatas ::::::
Mrs. Madeline Bell-W. N. Mar chief executive he would retain xx +f
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; those features of the "new deal" One will toast 26 slices of .
t I Adrienne Schuler-Don Plank. that are' sound and practical at ++ penny crunchy toast, or :::'i'
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l' : Helen Gibbs-Joyce' Ji: Williams. the time ::::: hours of safe
;, : Lola same eliminating a lot : gIve your eyes two readIng light or operate; :;:+
Gray Moore-P. R. Daniel.
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' Cora Mae Brantley Jackson- of de-rol bureaucratic now burdening red tape governmental and fol- :::j: your radio for most of a 'day-and-ELECTRICITY is :;::;:


'!k:: Louis Eloise Wethington.Marsh-R. E. Harris. operations.While dyed-in-the-wool old line :1.::_1:: one thing that gets cheaper the more of it that you use. *:!:

i' Mae Lily Stone.-Clayton Waters.I .1..1. y""?.
Democrats are inclined to scoff at t
r-., There are a few others who have Willkie and laugh him off, it is :1"::: That is why it is so easy to have and enjoy a home :;::;:

," disappointed us so far, but we're my personal opinion that the Demo- !::!: that is all electric and modern ; :.1.;:

still hoping that they'll manage it' crats have a .sure enough fight on ...._.. .1.::'s -

', before Leap Year is over. their hands, regardless of whom ..._. yy
yy:
' they'nominate, for this man "' ''ill-I ?f Xx
: These hot days make this busi kie has plenty on the ball. He has yy A
;': ness of menu-planning harder then made I y )
a tremendous
impression 't'
on
,-" usual. We rack our brains, look the average citizen and he'll get I :: ELECTRICITY ,IS YOUR CHEAPEST SERV.. :::

through all the old recipe books, plenty of votes from the rank and y

s,:- and wish we'd saved some of those file, for there are still a lot of y?

-' good-looking things that have appeared people in this country who will vote :::: ANT-USE IT EXTRA V AGANTL Y. ::::

, in magazines the'past year. for the man they like and believein yx

:, While scanning the grocery shelves regardless of party affiliations. .':'..+. .. ::.:.

:':.. we were amazed at the wonderful While in New York I listenedto .s.... ,:'," ..s.;..S....
collection of fruit juices: for in- addresses by La '
Mayor Guardia, t
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; stance-pineapple juice, apple Juice, Rear Admirial Woodward, Commander ', ,, *::
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orange, juice, grapefruit juice, of the Brooklyn Navy Yard, .:'' :'' AIV :::.:.

mixed citrus juice, 'grape juice, Kittering and Sloan of General .::').' ",;. ...:....:...

loganberry juice, kraut juice, prune Motors, and a number of others. I .

juice, cherry juice, papaya juice, All talked on the subject of
pre-
apricot nectar. paredness and our foreign policy, lades Power and Light Co.r jff
It's
all so good, and a can of it questions uppermost in the mindsof ,
fresh
from the ice-box. will drive all at the moment. 't'.' ....
the
heat away-at least tempor- In America it h
seems, as in the
arily! ?f, +
old world, we have ,wasted a lot .y. 1V
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\ of time. American industry is able 1..1 .... .. --,...... ...,.rte.. .. ............. ..... .,...
The North .s' .:.l.

picking,, up, as Carolina it does every travel. year Is and can willing furnish to planes supply: tanks our needs and (.t"+:?.:..:..;..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..::.!to.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: ..:..:..:..:..:..:..:........................................-....._...................... ;........-.............. .';NNNNNN.. .. .. .. .. ..........................-..............'.......?..
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!I Mrs. C. J.,. Lovvorn and Mrs. B. i WatersStoneMiss MRS. KING CELEBRATES WITH Friday evenings at 8 o'clock, followed -

B. :Wilson left Thursday for Gaines- PARTY; HUSBA D'S BIRTHDAY by Benediction of the Most

I ville where they were called by Blessed Sacrament.
l Personals ] the illness of their sister, Mrs. Mae Lily Stone and Clayton Mrs. W. D. King entertained witha Religious Instruction Class for
i Eddie Curry. S. Waters were married Sunday surprise party Tuesday evening, children Saturday morning at nine
afternoon at three o'clock In a quiet I celebrating her husband's birthday. here In Clewiston, and after Sunday
ceremony, performed in Titusville by Several quiz games were enjoyed, Mass in Pahokee. '
Jimmy Hall been spending
who has -
Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Wenzlo'rspent Rev. Marshall E. Mines, former and prizes awarded to'Mr.. and Mrs.E. .
,a two weeks' vacation here with The Mass schedule 01 Pahokee is
week-end in Okeechobee.Miss pastor of the First Baptist Church. W. Durst and Mrs H. R. Hall.
the his parents, Mr., and Mrs. H. R. 10:30 every Sunday, excepting the
Hall, leaves tomorrow for Atlantato The bride is the youngest daughter The guest list included Mr. and last Sunday of the month; when
Mary Markette and Mrs. re-enter Georgia Tech. of Mrs. Viola Stone and has : Mis. W. H. Lanier, Mr. and Mrs. R. Mass is at eight o'clockThe public
Virginia Jordon spent the week- resided in the Clewiston area for C. Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Hall, regardless of religious be'lief,
- end in West Palm Beach. I Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Schroeder spent many years. She is a graduate of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sallinger, Mr. is always welcom0 in this church.
the Fourth in Stuart with relatives.Joe the Clewiston High School and at- and Mrs. L. C. Miller, Mr. and
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Simpson jr., who has been visiting there tended business school in Lake Mrs Campbell Nail, Mr. and Mrs.C. PENTECOSTAL CHURCH
spent the week-end in Cocoa and for three weeks returned with land. She was employed, until I J. Lovvorn, Mr. and Mrs. E.
.\ Melbourne.Mrs. them. her resignation ast week, by the W. Durst, Miss Frances Morgan and 1 South Clewiston =- |
First National Bank of Lake Worth.Mr. Parker Wilson.FIRST Services Every Sunday:

H. A. Land Shari and Gene Mrs. J. E. Beardsley, her son Waters is the son of Mr. and Sunday school at 10:00 a. m.
Land, and Miss Marcia Avant spent Bruce and her neice Miss Marie Mrs. G. 11.Vaters of Clewiston, BAPTIST CHURCH Morning worship at 11 a. m. _
'. Thursday in West Pallor Beach. Robbins returned the first of the former resident of Moore Haven The Friendly Church Young Peoples meeting 6: '30 p.

jJ.. week from a three weeks' visit with and Ocala, where he received his REV. H.' G. McLeROY, Pastor m. Rev. M. M. Dudley, director.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Sample and relatives in Washington, D. C. I high school training. He is em- Evangelistic services, 7:45 p. m.
ployed by the local Gulf distributor.Mr. I Sunday school 9:45 a. m., B. >
daughter have returned from amonth's I Tuesday evening service 7.:30, p.
.
E. Herring, superintendent.
and Mrs. Waters are on a '
stay in Fort Myers. I Mrs. Carl Berner and Mrs. m.
Blanche Turner spent the weekendin I, wedding trip over the state and will Morning worship 11:00 a. m. I Friday evening service "7:30 p.
make their home in the Schult and 8:00 p. m. sermon by pastor-
Joe Doaks of West Palm Beach West Palm Beach. Jo Anne m.
visited several days this week with Crouch, who had been a patient in Apartments upon their return to Training Union worship meets The public is, cordially invited to
6:45 p.. m., Arch Hodges director
Bill Owen and Bob Beardsley. J the West Palm Beach hospital since Clewiston. attend all services.
Evening worship, 8:00
m.
p.
Friday, returned ,with them Sunday.
Miss: Evelyn Hare has returned MRS. JOHNSON USES PATRIOTIC sermon by pastor.
THEME AT BRIDGE PARTY The auxiliaries will hold ....
their
from a visit with her grandparents The Rev. and Mrs. Kent Pendle-
in Rock Hill S. C. ton, Miss Elizabeth Whiteman, accompanied regular meetings as follows:
: by Mrs. Stewart Pendle- Mrs. Carl E. Johnson, who entertained Intermediate G. A's. at the church

c-- Miss Vlrgie O'Bannon is ton of Fort Myers, spent a few members or'her bridge I I 2:30. ; Monday afternoon.
ing her vacation with spend-I days this week: with Mr.! and Mrs. club and a few ,guests, at bridge Sunbeams at the church at 4:00
relatives in West Palm Beach.- Dean Post in Tampa. Wednesday afternoon, used a red, p. m. Monday afternoon.
I white and blue color scheme in Junior G. A's. Wednesday at 3:30

Mrs. T. B. Shelley of Miami is I Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Hunt and her accessories. p. m. at the church.
spending a; few days in Clewiston daughters, Mrs. Warren Shaile ana High score prize, a gown printed Royal Ambassadors, Friday nightat
with Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Kelly. I Miss Henrietta Hunt and Mr. in light shades of red and blue, I 7:30 p. m.
'Shaile of 'Miami were here Sundayto was won by Mrs. G. B. Thomas, cut Woman's Missionary Society will
Mr. and Mrs. Jack O'Day and visit Mr. Hunt's sister, Mrs. E. prize a beauty cape, was won by have their regular monthly program
children spent the Fourth at Palm W. Durst and Mr.Durst.. Miss Ava Ezelle. Miss Ezelle and and business meeting on Tuesday at Is Your Subscription Paid
I Beach. Mrs. Ralph Howard were given 3:30 p. m. at the church.

..t. Mr. and Mis. E., C. Mills and guest remembrances. Regular mid-week prayer service
Mr. and Mrs. V. L. Springer and sons, Gene and Bub, left Saturdayfor Sandwiches and cantaloupe boats Wednesday evening at 8:00 p. m. GliisKC Scientifically Broken Len He"
family were visitors in West Palm I a two weeks' vacation. They with ice cream were served at the Fitted and Repaired' Duplicated
Beach Thursday. went first to Fort Myers, and had refreshment hour to Mrs. Thomas, ST. MARGARET'S CATHOLIC DR. F. D. GUDBAUR
tentative plans for a motor trip Miss Ezelle, Mrs. Howard, Mrs. Otto CHURCHRev. Optometrist
Mr. and Mis. M. W. \ Bigg haveas to several points of interest, in Flori- Larsen, Mrs. W. L. Lotto Mrs*( Lawrence J. Flynn, Pastor Phone IDS 5 Collier Arcade
their guest, a nephew, GeorgeJ. da and other' Southern states. Dave Alston, Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, I Successor Fort Myers to ,K., H.Florida Oakley
Bigg, of Los Angeles, Calif. Mrs. R. N. Swith Mrs. W. H. Mass each Sunday morning 'at
Dr. and Mrs J. W. Ezelle and Lanier, Mrs. H. R. Hall, Mrs. L. C'I 8 o'clock, excepting the last Sun-
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Jones, Clare daughter, Emma Jane, are leaving Miller and Mrs. K. Bowden. day of the month when the time is
and Sandra Jones, spent the Fourthat today for a vacation trip. They 10:30. MECHANICAL, STRUCTURAL
. West Palm Beach. will visit several points of intereston GARDEN CLUB 'OFFICERS I Confessions are heard every Saturday ARCHITECTURAL DESIGNS
: the )east coast and will spend MEET TO PLAX YEAR'S WORK evening from 7:30 until 8:30 Maps Estimates

t Miss Frances Morgan and Parker several days with Dr. Ezelle's relatives -I and before all the Masses. JOHN: II. DOTY
Wilson spent Thursday in West in Graceville.C. Officers and committee chairmenof Weekday Mass every morning at
Palm Beach. the Garden Club met at the 8:00 o'clock. r Engineering Consultant

E. Miner returned Sunday I home of Mrs. W.. H. Lanier Monday Devotions in honor of Our 'Lady _Hopkins Bldg. Clewiston, Fla. I

Mrs. Carl E. Johnson, Mrs. H. from North Carolina, where he accompanied evening, in response to the of Perpetual Help ,are conducted

R. Hall and Jimmie Johnson were' his family the week pre- I call of the president, Mrs. Leah I I ...
visitors in Fort Myers Monday after- : Spicer.
' noon. / vious.dren have Mrs.taken Miner a house and the at High-chil- The work of the club for the I '.;..'.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..':..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:...:..:..:..:..:..:..:...;:..

--. coming year discussed,. plans
-- lands for the remainder of the was -
{., J. E. Beardsley attended a drainage summer. for programs at the monthly meet-
d board meeting in Miami Friday ings were made and a committee 1_: AN OPPORTUNITY

-I and another in West Palm Beach Mrs. J. T. Dumas and J, T. assigned to begin drafting the '..

Tuesday. v I Dumas, jr. arrived ''Saturday for year-book. '
i
Mrs. R. H. Knight and sons, Richardand Attending the meeting' were Mrs. y .Y
Mr. and Mrs. George. : Crow left Jimmy, who accompanied them Spicer, Mrs. W. F. Simpson, Mrs.J. :!: One of oldest established farms in Ever- :!: ) :
yesterday for a visit with Mr. on their return, to Auburn, Ala- W. Ezelle, Mrs. R. M. Bishop, "
Crow's parents' Mr. and Mrs. G. bama, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. W, C. Owen, Mrs. ,,H. C. :: glades-25 acres A-i Muck 'land-6- :i: I 1
E.. Crow in Jefferson City, Missouri.. Kolstad, Mrs. E. L. Stewart, Mrs.
Dumas, sr., are celebrating their
35th wedding, anniversary, and Mrs. I Campbell Nail and Mrs. Lanier. :!: room house. Bearing, fruit'treesstock.. :: : \

Mrs: H. H. Turner and Mr. and Knight made the trip to be with y ,
Mrs. H: 1;. motored to LUNCHEON AT INN GIVEN IN \ .
DeLaney her parents on that occasion.Mr. :;i: REASONABLY PRICED- :::
the East Coast for the day Thurs- HONOR OF MRS. JARRETTMrs. (
,
, day. and Mrs. A. W. Lawrence .
returned Saturday from a vacation Sue Jarrett, of Pensacola, : this office for details ::
Apply at !
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Mr.. and' Mrs. G. T. Augur and trip through several Middle Western who is visiting her sister, Mrs. R. '.:..
Carol Augur are visiting friends States. They visited Mr. Y. Patterson, was complimentedwith J..
in West Palm Beach for several luncheon at the Clew- 9 "
Lawrence's parents, Mr. and Mrs.A. a given .
'
days. L. Lawrence in Reading, Minne- iston Inn Wednesday by Mrs. F. : I'i'}: .. -:. ':: ,
sota, and attended the Kiwanis In- Deane Duff.Following. -
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Nowling and ternational convention in Minne the luncheon bridge ,' : ,' > J. E. Beardsley : .

Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Whitaker'and apolis. ,They visited a few days was played on the upstairs porch. 'I ::: 1.. ," >, 1 : ,, ::: .
sons spent the Fourth on a picnicat with friends in Oklahoma on their Mrs. M. M. Prewitt won high prize, :!_: : ,.' REAL ESTATE '; .
Fisheating Creek. return trip. Mrs. W. F. Simpson, low and Mrs. y
W. C. Owen, cut. Mrs. Jarrett was .2. ..
Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Smith, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. R.- N. Smith and given a guest remembrance. ..;.. JIM BEARDSLEY \ ART LAWRENCE '. is

4 and Mrs. Ralph Howard and their sons, Bobby and Howard, returned Other guests were Mrs. J. W. .:. BETTY SPICEK MILDRED DURST '. _;
. children, spent Tuesday at Palm Saturday from a month's stay in Ezelle, Miss Ava Ezelle, Mrs. C. L. .2. ,' ::: '
Beach. Georgia and South Carolina. They Downs, Mrs. R. Y. Patterson, Mrs.E. .;.
visited Mrs. Smith's parents, Mr. L. Stewart, and Mrs. H. J. B. :..2 N:.N..N..M..N..N.N..N..N.N..N.N.N..N..N.N.N..N..N..N.N.N.N.N.M.N.N.M'.N..N.N.N.N..N/. ....N.N.N.N:1. ..N.N.N..N.N.N..N.N..H.:..N.1pVINGg I'
Miss Edna Schuler, of DeFuniak and Mrs. R, Howard, in Augusta, Scharnberg. w
Springs, is spending a few weeks and attended homecoming weekendat
here with her sister, Mrs. Clyde I Clemson College, South Carolina. BIRTHSMr.

Baker and family. I They also visited in Leesville, S. C. and Mrs. C. L. McLendonare Safety of SAFETY qy Q ..\.
and in Macon, Ga. Mr. and Mrs. parents of a son who arrivedat Q OF
Miss Ava Ezelle, who has been Each Account Q YOUR
Ralph Howard and son, Jack, of the Good Samaritan Hospital INVESTMENT
visiting her brother, Dr. J. W. Macon, Ga. returned with them and Saturday, June 29. The baby has .dividends Included.. W q
Ezelle, for several days left ''yester-
are visiting here for a week. been named Wallace Lamar. INSUREDUP !It< < 1
day for her home in Graceville.Mr. I

J. B. Brantley left Tuesday for Mr. and Airs. William Johnson, TO $5,000 1 1 i 1 y U P TOby o .
and Mrs. Glen E. Etherton Detroit to join Edward Von Mach Canal Point, are parents of a four an instrumentalityof
r* spent the Fourth at Miami Beach, and the two boys will spend the and one-half pound baby girl, who the
;l'. where they joined Mr. and Mrs. summer there working in the plantof was born In the Everglades Memorial StatesGoYernment CF COQUnited
: F. R. Maxwell for the day. the General Motor Corporation. Hospital Saturday, June 29th. i
Edward and his father JVI. E. Von The baby has been named Suzanne
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Stelnbough Mach have been in Detroit for a Gail. Mrs. Johnson, who has been
of Lakeland, Bob Tyson and Miss couple of weeks and Mr. Von Mach, very ill with malarial fever; for
Lula Tyson were guests Sunday off formerly associated with General several weeks, was at first reportedin
Mr, and Mrs. H. C. Avant. Under strict Federal
: Motors arranged for jobs for the a serious condition. She has
,\._ two boys both 'of whom graduatedfrom improved greatly, however, and her I Supervision. Offering
k4> ; ; Mrs. Christine Chapman Roberts, the local high school this condition is now considered'satis-
,.(.. who has been employed at the spring. factory. a safe investmentwith
Seminole for several months, left
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liberal dividends.No
:;.this week to reside with her pa- CLEWISTOX .
t rents in Miami. I I COMMUNITY CHURCH j. m. COUSE
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1-- KENT PENDLETON, Minister Counselor and Attorney at Law repurchase or ;
1I. .'
I.;' Joe Hall, of Henderson, Ky., ar- Bible School meets at 9:45 a. m., Hopkins Building r' withdrawal! fees 'I
, : rived Thursday for a visit with B. C. Flaniken, superintendent. Wednesdays and Saturdays I
: his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Worship hour is at 11:00 a. m. 0:80 to 4:00Johnson's charged. i.
H. R. Hall and his brother, Sher- J. E. Beardsley Is choir directorand .i i..i

,: .,wood Hall. Mrs. J. H. Doty, pianist.
'.'....., The sermon topic will. be: "The Fish CampNear
:- 1 The Rev. and Mrs. H. G. 'McLe- Kingdom of Christ". .
: : :roy' have returned from a two The Christian Endeavor will meeton ( Hurricane Gate) Clewiston Federal Savingsand

;weeks' vacation, which they spentin Monday at 7:30. Lee Pridgen is Clewiston, Fin. .
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I- and near .Trenton, Fla. Rev. president Boats and Motors-Guide Service ,
"\McLeroy conducted evangelistic ser- The junior choir will practice on Rates ReasonableW. Loan Association '

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a French have eaten frogs for

years, and so have we Americans. "
But the Chinese, who have been -
r I I BY LIDA LARRIMORE. frog eaters for centuries, are the
MACRAE SMITH CO. WNU SERVICE only nation in the world to wor-

CHAPTER VIIIContinued13 "At the moment, I mean. This of the King' to me when I was lit- As he watched, one of the figures ship frogs as well, for in their peculiar -
house. Swarming with relatives. No tle. I thought the king was very raised an arm in greeting and a symbolism the frog stands

"I expected that you'd either be wonder we're all on edge. Will you noble, but even thenHumor welcoming shout came ringing for'wealth.In .
(leading John through the art gallery. excuse us, Dad? John and I are shone fleetingly in the blue depthsof through the clear frosty air. Chekiang, which is the cen-
;[or that you'd be sitting here in utter going out and walk five miles." her eyes, "-that it was a little "There's Todd!" Gay's arm ter of the cult, special houses are
[silence. hard on the queen." slipped from his. She took a few devoted to the use of frog Theyare

"You underestimate the privilegelit CHAPTER IX "You make me feel-" running steps forward. "Let's coast taken there from temples and

is to me to be permitted to talkwithout "I have great respect for your with them," she called back over I allowed to hop merrily about the
being interrupted." The sun, dropping toward the ho- honor," she said steadily, "but I her shoulder, then stopped and I sunny gardens. When they are

"I suppose so." Gay was silent for rizon, laid a dazzling sheen on the resent your lack of confidence. Oh, turned. "Shall we?" she asked", hes tired, devotees carry them backto
a moment, then asked, "Have you snow, which covered the wide lawns I don't blame you," she went on as itantly. "Would you enjoy it? the temples. The Chinese wor-
I Itold John, Dad?" sloping away from the gray stone he made a sound of protest. "Now "If you would," he replied, conscious ship the green frog and it is only
John saw David Graham's expres- towers and turrets and Victorian em- that you've had a chance to lookus of the constraint in his voice, the common mud-colored variety .
sion alter. The diffidence he had bellishments of the house, but when over, you're probably justified. "and I-we aren't intruding." which appears as a delectable .
host while he had talked of John's they entered the grove the glow was Mother is a dear, generous and I She returned to him, slipped her morsel on their menu. I 0y.r

,i uncle returned. He glanced at John, dimmed by the foliage of. evergreens amusing, but not very reliable, I'' hand under his arm.

almost, he thought, watching, in striped and filigreed by the suppose, and Aunt Flora and Uncle i "Idiot!" she said. A half-smile
I apology, then up at Gay, consider- trunks and bare branches of trees. JamesIsn't Uncle James ridicu- I curved her lips. Her eyes, lifted to
ingly. "No," he said. "I haven't." Rabbit tracks printed the path be- lous? And Muriel and Elsa and Dirk his face, were very gentle. "John!

: "It's about getting a place for fore them, whorls, scalloped indenta- and Reggie Lancaster. Dad's the I Don't you know?"

[you in the research department at tions, like waves on sand, where the only one of us you could possibly "Of course I, know." He smiled, 9' 4
'Johns Hopkins," Gay said, eagerly. snow had been blown by the wind. admire-" and saw her half-smile widen and
: "That is what you want?". John They ploughed through, kicking up a "I do admire him. You're like deepen. "I'm rather good with a
;!heard the hesitancy in David Gra- fine white mist that sprayed their him-a little." toboggan. Let's go coasting." 1

;iham's voice, saw the considering faces with stinging cold. "You want to believe that, don't' ,
expression in his eyes. "It's like a Maine snow," John you? I am, a little, I guess. But I The sled sped down the runway

"I'd hoped that,I might work and said, as Gay became silent. I wouldn't be satisfied to shut my- glittering with a sheen that was 1
study there," he said slowly. "It's "Yes, isn't it?" she said brightly. self off from life as he does. There's faintly blue in cold moonlight. '/ '
,
.seemed pretty far in the future to "Dry and like powder. We don't something of Mother in me and a "Hold tight!" Todd shouted back <
often have them like this." deal Grandfather but noth-
make definite plans." great of over his shoulder.
"There will be an opening for you "Do you ski near here?" Whywou1dn't ing of Aunt Flora," humor shone "I'm holding!" Gay tightened her
she look at him? Her arm,
the first of the year. I'vebee in grip around his waist. The words SEAL IN GARDEN600DNES5WITH -
communication with the authorities. linked through his, was unrespon- seemed to be torn from her lips and ?E KO
Your training and ability will be sive beneath the thick fur coat ;,flung backward as the speed of the JAR RINGS !

investigated, of course, but that's sleeve. When he glanced sidewiseand : sled accelerated. Rushing cold stung BECAUSE PE-KO
down, he saw only tendrils of her face and half closed her
largely a matter of course. eyes. INSURES A PERFECT
red-brown hair curling out under her
"Grandfather had an operation It was freedom, it was exciting. SEAL.BUV NOW!
the curving line of her cheek
cap,
"Here's the camel's !" b
there. Gay's voice was excited and hump
had
half-buried in fur. He thought
"Considerate of him wasn'tit The sled and '
dipped. Gay
happy. rose .
that here, alone, out of doors, he
?" would find her again, but she had laughed, gasping. She leaned out
John looked directly at David Gra- around Todd's back and looked
ignored or deliberately misinterpreted
ham. ahead through squinting eyelids. The
his diffident attempts to effect a 1-.c
what done wall ahead of them the dark
"I appreciate you've reconciliation so that he no longer rose ,
he said, "but I couldn't accept a made an effort to break throughthe J hemlocks outlined in snow. She
place there the first of the year." brittle gaiety of her mood. closed her eyes as Todd made the

"Gay has told meDavid Gra- "We have," she replied. "On the slithering turn. The sled tilted,
ham's embarrassment visibly in- spilling them off into the snow. They
slope just beyond the grove, be- .
lay where they had fallen laughing .IU.S
,
creased. "But I-we-she seemedto tween the Janeway place and ours. ,
think that some arrangement It isn't .very exciting though. Coast- gasping, struggling for breath. Todd
might be made." ing there is more fun." scrambled up.
"Isn't it possible, John?" "The Janeway place is beyondthe "All right?" he asked and pulled R lP

"I'm afraid not." He saw a littleof grove?" John asked. Why shouldhe her to her feet. -

the brightness go out of her face apologize again? he asked him- IJI' "All right." He dropped her

but continued, "I've given Dr. Sar- self. Gay had known that he was hands. She stood brushing the snow
geant my promise to remain in Port- obligated to Dr. Sargeant until-the I Ii from her ski suit. "I've never got-

land until October. You see, Mr. i coming October. She shouldn't have ten over the feeling that sometime I ::. D s

Graham, I'm discharging an obliga- : made plans for him which she knew I II we're going to crash into that wall
tion. Dr. Sargeant made it possible' he would be unable to endorse She'd again."

for me to complete my medical always, been able to buy what she "Do you remember when we did?"

course and that was the stipulation." wanted. Well, in this instance, there I iti "I should. I still have the scar."

"But if it's only a question of 'was something:: more important than II "It was your fault. You jerked the
money." Gay's color deepened and money. It was his services the doc- rope." ..
her eyes were very bright. "Couldn'tyou Besides- ''
needed.
tor "It'wasn't.. You didn't make the Approved by Good Housekeeping Institute
-" She paused at a warning "Yes. 'Highcliff,' Gay said in turn in time." and the Household Searchlight.

glance from her father, looked downat reply to his question. "It was a "We. don't accept disappoint- They broke into laughter. If your dealer cannot supply you
her hand. show-place until 'Dunedin' was ments gracefully." send 20f with your dealer's name for
I "I suppose we'll be arguing that Trial Package of 48 genuine PE-KO
a
"It isn't I've been
entirely. working } built. Originally-I don't rememberbut i "
question when we're eighty, Todd Jar Rings sent prepaid.PEKO .
;
in her "if that's
with Dr. Sargeant since October. I've seen photographspeoplespoke eyes again, encour-
said. "Breath okay? Can make
He's leaving for a cruise,the first of of it as an Italian villa. It aging as it should be." you
the climb now?
the year. There wouldn't be time to looked like a steel-engraving with He laughed reluctantly. Her face
started back in the soft
break in another assistant even if-" terraces descending in a series to lifted to his, in the dimming glowof They snow EDGE
"-Even if you could swallow a lake and balustrades and urns and the sunset, was very grave. at the side of the run. Todd pulledthe

yourShe broke off, her eyes blaz- weeping conifers. Our family are "When we talked in Dad's study, I I sled. Gay linked her arm JAR RUBBERS
his. Figures moved aheadof
chin in with the through
ing, her held high. parvenus comparison you were thinking of your work.
them climbing the slope pull-
"Gently, Gay." David Graham'sface Janeways. The land was grantedto "Yes," he admitted, disconcertedby ,
Todd's in 1630.That's ing the toboggan. Other figureswere
of ancestors
was very troubled. "This is a one her penetration."You .
dark against the fire blazing at
why they live
decision which John must make. can simply "
are afraid for your work. the edge of the lake. ntt&efHe
were now, without observing all the silly '- '- '-" -" "" "
They staring at each other
She waited and then went on. "Don'tyou "Feeling better?" Todd asked,
conventions that Aunt Flora strug-
like strangers, John thought, antag- know I'll interfere with i
gles to maintain.." never after an interval of silence.
onism humming between the dim them in A hemlock branch, weighted with that, that it will be my pleasure to "Better? What do you mean?"
Vibrations across richly help ? Not that I am a noble I Advertising in Japan
furnished room. But he could not snow, cut across the path. you "You didn't look too happy this
and self-sacrificing character but," is not behind us in ad-
Japan
,
he would not yield. It was not, he "Duck! he cried and reached for- I afternoon, when you first came
told himself, entirely pride, not only ward, too late, to thrust it aside. her voice"faltered. "But because-I over." vertising at least. One manufac-
stubbornness. There was a deeper He caught her as she stumbled. love you. "It's been an awful day. Aunt turer advertises his necktie as "so
something he unable "Heavens!" she gasped and I"I love you." He caught her to Flora-" elegant as to naturally make the
: reason, was to
: analyze fully. It had 'to do with looked up at him, snow covering,. him. Their lips met. But thoughshe "I can imagine." wearers appear noble in their

all the other pressures being exerted her face like a mask. She blinked, clung to him, though her cheek, (TO BE CONTINUED) character." .

upon him by this life into then laughed, a gay laugh, free from cold and wet with snow, lay againsthis i .
which he had been plunged. constraint. "You look like a snow- and she whispered soft endear- flS

"I'm sorry," he said, conscious of man," she said. ments, he felt something lacking in Current Building TrendIs IMP lE Fast-working erful because, pow-ex-

David Graham's eyes fixed upon He blinked to clear his vision. the embrace. Each misunderstanding I Toward Small Home NEURALGIA tra-medicated. RubPENETRA
c him in compassion. "I can't break "You look like a snow-maiden." He each prolonged explanation
that laughed with her. "No, that's too blunted a little the sharp ecstasy There is every indication today
promise, Gay. Dr. Sargeant is
depending on me. I can't let him poetic. You look as though you'd they had felt at the cabin, when that the swing toward the smaller,
down." fallen head-first in a barrel of soap their lips met, when, her cheek less expensive home is a perma- By HonestyTo

.i'- There was silence for a moment. flakes. I can't see anything but the against his she whispered soft en- nent one, says the Plumbing and receive honestly is the best
Then Gay's expression softened. She tip of your nose. Here. Wait." dearments. She drew away from Heating Industries bureau. The thanks for a good thing.-Mac-,
gave a low shaken laugh. His arm held her while, with the him and he made no effort to hold preference today is for the com- Donald.

"I'm as bad as Aunt Flora," she other hand, he brushed the snow her. They walked on, breaking a pact type of servantless house, even
", said. "I've just been despising her from her face. As he bent toward path through the grove, closer now, ;. among the income group which in
:; because she very kindly offers to her, he saw the laughter dim in her but not united. When they spoke former years built larger houses.

" arrange your life for you. I'm doing eyes. A half-smile trembled across their voices were gentle, their Paralleling the trend toward the GOOD AT >>
:c' the same." Her breath caught on a her lips. glances meeting, separating, ques- small house incorporating the max- DRUGfTOAEf
.' sob. "Forgive me. I'm sorry." She "I've been-Can you forgive me?" tioned but received no answer. They imum compactness and conveniencein .j..
;. slipped from the arm of her fa- "Oh, darling- Yes!" His arms came out of the grove into the open its design and furnishings, is tho aonu ,
i.' ther's chair and came toward him. held her but did not draw her toward i again. I steady progress made by the plumbing t .K 1stso
; "I'll be patient. I can wait." him. "But,"' he said steadily I "That's the Janeway place." and heating industries in the development s rfas;

i' He looked down at her as she "you must understand." John looked across the sloping expanse of space-saving features.
stood beside him, lovely in this "I do. I've been despising my-' of snow to the white stone i Radiators have been redesigned in
. changed and softened mood. self for-I'm hateful to you becauseI house which stood on a rise overlooking I modern slenderized lines and have I BhusQs '' lassedRelc ,Q

"You do understand Gay?" he love you. That long stupid din- a series of terraces which lost 40 per cent of their bulk and
asked, wanting to. -take' her in his ner and then Aunt Flora. I told descended to a small irregular lake. size in the reducing process. Due to .

arms, to heal the hurt he had been i you that we Grahams don't accept "Not the Italian villa," he said. its handsome streamlined design,

., obliged to give her in the'only way disappointments gracefully. It wasa "Oh, no. Todd's father had the the new radiator looks smaller. A
:; at his command. Diffidence held disappointment." Patroon's house moved up on the The factors have made it possi-
': him motionless, self-conscious in the "But you knew' I was obligated." site of the original house." ble for heating contractors to design SPECIALBARGAIINS

"k f. presence of her father. She smiled ruefully. Her eyes "Patroon?" he questioned, only steam or hot-water heating
:' Her eyes fell away from his pleading were shy. "I wanted it so much," vaguely familiar with the word. plants with all essential parts suchas

t. glance. "Of course I under- she said. "When I was away from "The ancestor to whom the land radiators, boilers, and piping,
stand." She laughed too quickly, too you, I thought that when we were was granted," she explained but her considerably smaller than the sizesit
< brightly. "It's just that Grandfa- together again, you'd want it as voice was absent. "They're coast- was formerly necessary to use.
p-' ther's offspring have always had too much as I did, that being together ing," she said. The advent of insulation, for in- you see the specials of
V much of everything, I suppose. We would mean more" to you than keep- John's glance turned from the stance, has decreased the heating WHEN merchants announcedin
don't accept disappointments grace- ing a promise. rambling stone house, washed over load so that a smaller heating plant
"I do want it. You know that, the work. Better construc- the columns of this paper
r fully. Except you, Dad. You're the with faint pink light, standing se- will do
-' only one of us who doesn't snatch Gay." rene among evergreens and the bare tion, too, has had the effect of reducing -I I you can depend on them. They
"Yes, 1 know. But'I infiltration of cold air. mean bargains for
:... and grab. She linked her arm lofty branches of trees, toward the the you.

t.; through John's." ."Have you finished could not love you, dear, so well direction in which she was gazing. In the case of hot-water heating .They are offered by merchantswho
;' with John? Loved I not honor more-' Figures in bright colored ski suits plants, automatic heating with are not afraid to announce
! "I hope not." Davia Graham forced circulation and dependable
toiled up the slope which extended their prices or the quality
smiled but his eyes were grave. "I "You're making fun of me." from the lake' to the high wall, safety controls has made it possibleto offer.
hope; to have the pleasure of a prolonged "No, John, I'm not. Have I quoted planted with hemlocks which carry higher temperatures of wa- of'the "merchandisethey "iI
acquaintance." correctly? Dad read the 'Idyl1 marked the houndary of the estate. 'ter in the svstem.
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Gems of Thought THE CHEERFUL CHERUB

I- a

wo things command my 1 really like to be.
'{ veneration-the stary universe OUR COMIC SECTION quite ill

around me and the law
of,duty within.-Kant. And Ht-ve the doctorcome.

I hate three precious things which '- you .see .
1 hold fast and prize-compassion,
economy, humility.-Lao-Tse. I get to talk ,aboutmyself'

\ .enemies Number the among hawker your of worst mali D I Events in the Lives of Little Men I 0 .

And
cious rumors and unexplored that i is such 'a&

anecdote.-Lavater. .
for
treat: {
The mark must be made in "

youth.-Chinese Proverb.The ETSY W lK'S me.. a /

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last which a great mind acquires. ".: :.;.... NOW,
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China and IngenuityBy I ", / l f I I "

New, York

Horses in Morgue
RUTH WYETH SPEARS
Lap Pugilists
I with a thrill of pride that

TBetsy's mother looked over a New York has
C. city a theater
list of the nicest girls in Betsy's /1 that presents, without an admis-
class.. She had said, "yes," when sion such
charge, plays as thoseof
Betsy wanted to give a luncheonfor \ L dw I
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I liere and Ibsen; a park that is
about the shabby old dining room closed to children; rural free de-
with its veneered oak chairs
livery and star routes that serve
short faded curtains and bare
,
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SHORT SAME WINDOW Gargantua are the only animals

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bindings, and a'''set of green and in the world. His full nameis

yellow china was brought out to Mir Mahbub All Khan Bahadur

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stands in front of the windows. tz ::: ..) estimated at $50,000,000 a year,

The stands were made of empty J derived largely from prerogativesof
spools as described in the new his ancient Indian throne.-

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PAGE EXam THE CLEWISTOX NEWS FRIDAY, JULY 5, 1940


LaBelle Motor Company Hackney, of Fort Myers. goal of his ambition, he will soon the asylum his opponent spoke at to increase the appropriation for

Luckey is employed as a clerk feel the beak of the vulture in his Chattahoochee. In referring to his the asylum; yes, he has promisedto

Reports Theft Of Car at the nand B Cash Grocery at heart, and the fangs of the ser- opponent's plethora of promises the increase everything but the sup-
LaBelle. pent In his soul" ply of patients for the asylum. And
latter candidate said, "My undistin-
Now that you known what a can- guished opponent haspromised! to I if .he should become governor of ,...
(LaBelle News) Lawrence Reports- didate Is; now that you know of increase the facilities of the asylum; this state they would be increased,

SheriffH. the suffering, the travail, the an- too."
Blitz Wegman reported to he has promised to increase the

L. DeLaney Tuesday morningthat guish that a candidate must un- staff of nurses and doctors; he has Next week we will abondon this
sometime during the night his (Continued from Page 1)Ferguson's dergo, can you, will you ever again promised to Increase the salariesof frivolous fare and serve up some-

service station and garage had talk was rather brief speak unkindly of, or treat harshly all employees; he has promised thing heavy and hard .10 digest.

been broken into and a 1940 blue but very pointed as he described one of the hapless, harried
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Ford delux four door sedan stolen. European conditions from personal creatures? +

Also missing were two cases of high contacts. He said that no one And speaking of candidates, I. ;:\"OTICE

accessories, should underestimate the strengthof am reminded of a barb that one
grade motor oil and car
Notice Is hereby given that the following described lands, or so much
including a set of four new tire Adolph Hitler's Nazis and plead threw at an opponent in the late thereof as will be necessary to pay the amount due for taxes herein set
in Monday. that the United States would give and unlamented campaign for gov- opposite to the same, together with the costs of such<< sale and advertising,
which
came will be sold at public auction on the fifth day of August, 1940, beginningat
Wegman said a small pane of England all possible help lest we ernor. One of the candidates wasa twelve o'clock noon, at the City Hall of the City of Clewiston, Florida.

glass had been removed from a too be facing armies in a few man of much promise. In fact, Tax R. Y.Collector PATTERSON, City, of Clewiston.
months. he promised profusely. There was
rear window so that It would bs
possible to reach in and unlock aback Another talk which had a rather very little that he didn't promise.He Description 'Amount of
about everything but Owner Taxes and
door Into the garage. Two disquieting effect on the convention promised of Land Costs &tLot
cars had been moved out of the i was that of Hon. H. Jerry Voorhis, a the "promised land" and good
model weather, and he was right on the 6. Block 139-Alice G. Rothrock _..........__.._....._..__.__...___._.....:.___.___.._......... $ 6.00 ,
way so that the preferred member of the special House com- that when the Lot 11, Block 201-Alice G. Rothrock ..._._......__._....._..._-..._.........._.__.._...._.._ 5.05
might be removed. Afterwards the mittee to investigate un-American verge of promising Lot 34, 'Block 208-Carl O. Hare _.........._...__.__.....__.____.._._..___.__._.____......_.- 4.10
pushed back into few campaign ended. Lot 29, Block 354-Alice G. Rothrock .._.-............__..___..____.__..._.._._......._..... 5.05
two cars were activities as he enumerated a candidate made Lot 5, Block 358-David R. Larsen _...._._....I.......:__._ ._.._..._. 4.10
the service room, the door locked of the revelations of this committee. This promissary Lot 34, Block 358-T. K. 1Iarkdte'MM..__.__ MM_._.-__..w.--_-____ 5.05
and the window glass restored and I a speech at Chattahoochee, site or Lot 1C, Block 360-H. U. Walker. _.M_._._._...____._.........___..__.. 2.20
Roe Fulkerson of Hollywood was I the Florida state hospital for the Lot 17, Block 360-H. E. Walker ___-.______ -- ________.. 2.20
held in position with fresh putty. the only Florida speaker on the Lot 4, Block 361-Clewiston Motor Co. _._..._.__._....__ ,__.,.___._ 4.10
the insane. He promised the asylum I Lots 13, 14, Block 377-R. C. Nowling ..... -__.__.._...__.._;. .__.._.... _._...._...... 38.30
The theft occurred within program and his talk was human everything but protection from tor- Lot 17, Block 377-R. C. Nowling _........__..........__._______..._...__...._.___._.. 2.20
shadow of the courthouse and jail, and appealing and well received by Lot 14, Block 409-Gene Bailey ............_._..__.M....___.____.."" .:._._.......____.._... 6.00
the nadoes, such as struck it a few I Lot 8, Block 495J. W. Daughtry __._.._...___..__._..__?_....__.:...._...__.___._...._.. 9.80
the front of the station facing the great audience. weeks before he spoke there. Lot 22, Block 383-D. R. McUachron _....-__.._____...<..__.___-.___._.._._._._.. 4.89
courthouse on the east. Chief The Kiwanis International Presi- I Lot '23, Block 383-D. R. McUachron ....-.....___.._..._.__..,._.._.___:......_._......._....__.._.__ 4.89
Several days after his speech at 5t.
Deputy Sheriff and Mrs. Frank July 5-12-19-26, Aug. 2, 1940.
dent praised the Florida delegationon
Howard occupy an apartment on I I
their District Governor, Ed ,'
the third floor of the courthouse on .
Baker of Umatllla to whom was '. '. -
;:'"' v.o
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the southeast corner. DeputyHoward given the honor of seconding the ... .. :, .. : .' .,. ;.; ; ; ..
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until late Monday :: : :. :: :: : ';::.:.::: : :::::::.:::: :::::: ?: :::}:;=:
was up KIKE WHISKEY
nomination of Mark A. Smith of *
that the theft must have
night so
Atlanta as the new president. Smith SMOOTH MO LIGHT -
been staged in the early morning
,
was duly elected and the next convention -
hours, and the intruder or intruders .<; 50 WHAT'S>THE ANSWER QUICK /
will be held in Atlanta.Mr. .
operated quietly so as not to awaken '
Lawrence said that another (:
the officer. The car was missed
when the office opened, about 7 talk which made a tremendous impression S.

o'clock. The license number was upon him was that of
Darrel Brady, 22-year old news- :
49-63. Sheriff DeLaney immediately ) ,
and who .
notified the state patrol to be on paperman photographer ..,...
has travelled in every part of the : ;
the lookout for the auto.
world. Brady, an orphan, describedhow
Wegman said it thirteen
was '
he was wandering listlesslyabout tEssi ,
months to the day since his place Try It
the streets when he was
had been broken into before anda
picked up by a Kiwanian who

car stolen. questioned' him regarding his am- TodayJULIUS

bition to become a newspapermanand

staked $500 on his making y

Fort Myers Youth- good, sending him to school in t

England. Brady; was sent the following -

(Continued From Page 1) day on a special missionto

China. / \ /

and minor cuts and bruises, one Following his most interesting :

cut directly over the jugular vein talk Mr. Lawrence was compelledto '

which had It gone a little deeper answer many questions from fellow a / uo6 1, I II
would have proved fatal. He is Kiwanians concerning the con- r I beah

at Lee Memorial hospital in Fort vention and also with his trip to

Myers and is said to be slowly re- and from Minneapolis. He drove

covering. slightly more than 5,000 miles in .

After the crash he made his way his three weeks away from Clew-

to the home of Tillet Crawford on iston.

the Denaud road seeking help. *

Crawford realizing they two were FulminationsContinued r

unable ,to extricate the boy rushed. 1

to LaBelle to summon Sheriff DeLaney -
Chief Deputy Frank Howard ( From Page 4) .1 riri<,:A'y y:;.

and Dr. Weaver, but it was neces-
The nearest approach to such a
sary to call a wrecker before the
definition was made by the late,
body could be removed.
great, fiddle-playing governor of
Hackney was a native of north Tennessee, Honorable Robert L. <' KESSLER:v cwasc 4e OO
,- ,
v'
LaBelle and lived here a numberof Taylor, when he said, "To my way 3S f./-/ "#***O'f-jrear-via* ofDistiller*

years' before the family movedto of thinking, there is nothing so A*V %.V
I If
Fort Myers.; :. He was a grandsonof pathetic in all the world as a can-.' \ .;;,;;y;;

Homer and Mrs. Gertrude Hand, didate. He is like a mariner with- : ,( k5. i:,
and a nephew of Mrs. L. M. Jen- out a compass, drifting on the M1

nings and Mrs.' Joe T. Miller. .At tempest-tossed sea of uncertainty,

the time of his passing he was em- between smiling cliffs of hope on

ployed by Mr. Miller( who operatesthe the one hand, and frowning cragsof

Texaco service station on the despair on the other. He is a

highway opposite the courthouse. walking petition and a living prayer -

Close survivors besides his parents I ; he is a the pack-horse of public I .

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